The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, September 14, 1907, Image 1

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I Matre.
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY. OR 'II R 1 I
NO. 43
an
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TITCWS.
wm New
FAIR the W0 cash prize for the best CITY
; exhibit i m n sin-
gc irrijratnd pardon, while Wal-
COIINTV BW Campbell and J. F. Dr.
mu, each won prizes of
160 for the r ipective exhibits of
"rlcv and sheaf oats en
aM Caere tfJNd by tliem. these last three
ah- w
veareai
At this is a stru'l
I or the Im'iic-
ipwi nnil other
action ami diver-
named baimj part of the Klamath
I exhibit
I. A. Lo ntario. re-
d $1IH rash prize lor the
libit of 00010,
and A. A. Brown, of Ontario, the
1100 for the l.esi , ),ibit of alfalfa.
WATER IS POSSIBLE Never heard of him." It was
not until a complete answer had
Ibeen mailed to Mr. Puter that an
MILLER SPRINOS IS SUFFICIENT FOR official asked a newspaper convs
FIRE PROTECTION. jpondent if he had ever heard of
Pater, "S. A. D. were his ini
tials." said the official,
sack i the opieien i civil i f iikct Fetter ; "I remember them because of
who vhnted the . Wetwtay j the queer combination. That
.-,, eah nM,. name r bj( fam.ljar m
n, .M-ii on "Ul ' can i unn ruier in me nine
U II THEY Bl'l KM W enough to
r
that wouhi I
HfirfaTWri ARE PASSIWl BY SOME reasonable time. I: is to he hop
iim puani
ORF X OI'TORTIMITIES.
SCH(0I.S OPFNRI) MONDAY.
Chas. M. I
Kineer of Baker county, is in this
section doinji some work for the
Pacific Live Stock Co.. and on
Wednesday he accompanied M.
L Lewis up to the Miller Springs.
Mr. Foster was called here a few
book (which has the names of
all government employes) and I
can't find any previous corre
spondence with him here. Stranjre
I can't place him, for certainly
Material for Haet f,
Awilttat Mm Cwnfat KlfM Maa
-Oprmmnltki foikee.
ad that th there
will not conclude thai the build
ing of a rnilrvi
Httt in time that it will not p
to stay upon theirranel
ye that is jual tlu conclueJen
they would reach if they had the
I Mr. Han n
to ha
Big Reductions in Prices
The public school nf Burns
opened las! Monday undermost
favorable nivunistances with an
I'M -optionally week at
tendance. The entil'
teaehirs were on hand and the
various (Trades have been proper
ject an daaaad and aatefMd, Th-
lay in receiving the new bookl
If the hundred! of anxious
iMBieeeekors who are paaaiiw
through Pendleton. dailv . on their
wa 10 I'mlland. 0NJ RMU Of
the ajkrhma, inviting freedom George ii ved
u-hi, 1 ',., -Loin to them from the a letter from hw son Pick who is
we must have had some dealings hisi,,, anii vnKys oi i at I'm,,, lhck u r,v thai
With A PlIPl un fnmilif.r ti-itli i.itK- -a. . l. . 1 ,
vears airo bv the citv authorities j , i "eastern ureiron county wmen nan a ugm un mi -ngie mm
years ago dj cm m wnorraeo u. lands and foreft mtt. tun,u thl,v killed it with r,.,l l ha eaerai
would gladl ttle. p down on the boj
tlr newsimiwr mnn hmk thi .... . . i i .... I I... I. . i :.
r .u .,.,...;.. -;. o. --- , i ne mav IIOI IIIUl larms ai- "" on mm imi un- nvmi. in
" ' T r. i rut n its gently as possible, but
JUirns tor tire protection. At .hn a-.n:n fll1f fi.u u
that time Mr Foster could find .. . . . ..... , juiy ft,r them to nap
to make surveys and give an es
timate on the possibilities of some
may not
. i . i i . . i . .......
M - it ailv euuipiHI lUUI cnips piaitliil mm M-rn nei inmi up o-
vim mi i.ii m-ii mi iimiiikii ne oi- ,.,.,, I,. ., iv,..,,, ,. ,-.,., T ,,,. tin oi wunrs anil (.en. slat he
11 llll I III! llll Ml 1W ( . . - - I -,-.- --...
fared to treat.
S. A.
nothing encouraging and so re
pattad to the council. Now. how-
neum m waier wnrK.s nor iv(, hj, (.oTect address,
possible. When d.scuss.ng the ., ,. , . ... piin.
mi ii, ,t linil vmiwith lutiliM-uvs would not take anvtb the
IV Pater evidently dm ImmI to feetum w hi. b tin - are eagles claw lu aon -nt bun.
not use vrivernment stationery. ,, mmmm ui,K.. ,. i(r.,ri Th..v He will send it to Portland to
may not bnd high priced lands mounted. m.
. . , i
""" k. i ...! .k- ,;n; . iH'girinir mem to uuy ior a swiir.
adopted has caused some con fu- ": " ' IT, IT owld explained that , W. wh Hm fortune, in ee I Walter and Walla,, Cappe,
sion but this will xin be arrung- ' . " neittier i ommissiuner Ballmger
Od when the bookl arrive and fUrnWl fH"V V nr Forester Pinchot wen- in
chanaee are made. p. in- cwuon l" WK ,Mn K,ruun U1 Washington when the Puter let
a of the products
tock,
ual fail opened
y to th'
BBHar11'1'1' "'
twltlor T"". Il.-ri.l.l tll-rt-nr.- 14D lu.ib k"'h""' '". 'f" "" ,.''"' ll""h"
'onili- tii!iti.riulk- inrriMw,.,! hv "-"vl l,li"1 "' "v
....... ....,,1. matter of throwing up a higher
: Raymond informs Th(. the 'ity but would be rather ter wa in circulation
lodt; of
ind of
, up '
IAve
tophlA) . in-
niauy of
a edLi iiii-r.H-.i
HilKI
H nl I In nn needed in
iiiMs C9JM AT LAST
Have I
ir wen
imens I
mi. 1;
ether
jria'A.', i
will l
eighbo
ithing
re. Tl
Tin .oi begun the year
with .Mi enrolled, the largest
number in Thh
number will In
a. ihe ha and llir-
season J now
will enter.
Tin- Ii
shown in
thing
Aft, r 11 ,,.. .!.., L...
WlM tn five an abundance nf ......
.. mucn aimut mis uregon of mir-
.. f . ,. At the fair in Sacramento, held
b.-n told of the ) reposition , , .
,. in connection with the National
-.wan well ma. lrrn:iiUnv ., ., Maht,ir Iin,,
Chine to sink the spring Klai! premium-
coiirnged it and said he f-lt ,
which . all irrigatwl
the !' i.-l Si.,',
. . .ii-egonha ight them Fiank Landing and -I P
OUl of the Crude materials w Inch, hitrl weii- oer from lalan.it nn
found I business Tues.la Mr
Theae homeeeekera will find Gearhail has pui l new
ir t-s-k nf
Muslin Underwear
Shirt Waists
Kimonas and
Summer Dress Goods
New Lfoi of SoroHtH Skirts just in
We have so and Ihe sole agency for the aale nf
C ARH A RTTS CLOTH ING
If en wnnl
GOOD GOODS
We can Supply you
N. BROWN & SON!
inn with
1. Don'l
la are m-
thut nn
i and redo.
he othei pier, of mail
long aa matter pan : he local
olhce i- request
nil liti'N i-iisi OFFICE
confident an ii
padty to
id possibly l for
domestic purp mes.
ii in, nt coming
should be
tnaltel push
ed to some definite end It- im-
in
,'portance in pu: d when we
i counted L
SUI II lippill I lillllll-S HI UUI
old ha taken ad
lage of. The main pipe line
fjfnn h lint nvrnarl A enila aanf Mtm
. '.'ix.'iiiiaii4i'i'iiv
. : nas maue
Khat will a
Is i8 part- atood I ej gi.
ruiL 1 lettor
mitt tal .ii, but puck-
half and ir. certainly within the
M of nur ci;
Pedcral Court Order In Water Suit
And D iivgon
! I CIllll II, !
b o ft he stale
at I worth
mentioning. One of Hmm
Khun ..::. Hood
Piw i. Willami ! alley and
Rngu, . aim run for suj-
rem: utesta over
fruit produetBi
that Klamath and
Multn ea adjoin
ling proouee KM
l stock-rustlera must
be abandoned. Irrigation has
made fruit
materials of main a
fortHM here awaiting the
ing nf the right man. The will
I rich opportuail zoning
to them everywhere if tat) will
but Uiki- up th hammer and
mngs and gn t i
If Ii tin wnlild
co nn furlhi r Tin", would not
cast Inn, . . :
.leated
c adHa of im-lagee. In there
inatrati
lnanppn
ces while
conclu- I- Id lie leas, as
of the
colul,-
AVANUS ill II IHIV HKIrlll
Mr I'.ubb
and lam
the North rn Idaho
when- tnral was
i
i etiurae the
"boas" or rather he caught
s fish. It waa Polls ar
den irout meiisuring :7 1-2 1n
chea und tipping the beam at
8 3-4 pow nay that Ml
t . .k. Frame proud but faintly ex-
taven a1'" nil i
King machine anil snyscmiia
01 i 1 1;, pa are turning mi:
I '.I o linil
l.ei.iur Hi- ill f,mnl
window! mul
il lllllf llHt Wlll-
dowa fmiiinrlx c -' l.lt.- 1,1111
t I. II. II
so i i:i BPASSINfl
Hontina
l ,
Id N ll I I
. Mil .i
.
aajaBegaBwjannxsn
in Rauwii
J. W. BROWN & SON
Contractors and Builders
Call ii' I I stlmntra, l'lan nrnl Prlcea
I have work in our Mm
I turn, Hum, 1 1
aeaeaaaBeBeanaaaeawejaojaBi
if
itet-
;.-.. i
m
sagebrush covered the land
rt years ago. The
de
MB
Lite mn
with ',
at stock
Oper in-
Ali echo nl nie famous wator
'( VVO TW till. I
Tin- ' figurea an
I I
class.. laaea, 026; giv-
:: :
. carr-
j ,., :i and waa lought until xyoi. Many be excelled any where
but
en-
re eoulc
n the
in will
opWtunity to ii.-., da
ttoek a ir. I1,-, -i.-v.-d in-st class
tl bn- of 140; i.tin ''"' DrP
1 1 struts the
stn , ,, ii., i,..'. ( it) with a
riirhl suit which WHS bilterlv n.n.rl. of nt. intulliirunt nnil on. " '''4l ' L "'
fnutrht bv tin Pacific i.ivMtock r..t -.,... i,. vt ill -- ,h.n The atory aa told by Mr. Frame
- - . , '
company again I W I' Mauley, fruit industry tn immense paja
F. L. Mace and alsait 30 other isirtinns. Plenty of sunli
defend ;. numlerofyear8an t f aucceaaful fruit
In the United B raaitaaart, produi ion, and of sunshine the
was heard yeeterday when Judge, whole ri n-gon country
W'illin iaaued an ord- has an abundance. Sui'
niitting t- t.4ke certain aur- supp! r a thirsty noil
veVb on l!ani ": nrniM-rt mukes conrlil ions favorable for
aae waa startAnl in 1899 production nf fruit that cannot UUl1 li,e faauaaaan meauon
tioiu nn ih-ii aa ine cnampiou
ratilihiiake eradicator of the
Pacific Coast, having entered a
dot) of rattlesnakes near Hum -
inimitable way is simply
immenae and it at once caught
the ear of the of tin
Anaiii.,- i lub who , resulted him
with tin Miinoth bona" the
emblem of the club an a
Uketi o appn nation.
It will bo remembered also
,. II, nl Inn, l- t
li, If anil li. -.in, n ii..-i. in.' - '
, nrl a
M..I Ii in m -In, in forbl
n, n or t ,11 I- ,
i.i He full lU at "t ih. lee
i it. Ilii i
Han. I, M .,
THE BREWERY SALOON
I
I an 0
.
.1 In li "M lour . iiUar aatl ka
iti. II. lnat !" at l,-illli
MM
I
attroi .
aeanta dea u(
I Willi Mr I II I..
yai Ii
Mai
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
WINtS, LIQUORS, CICAR8
U , .. k i iiii,lr id iiianagvUMnI 4 umm aa4
. It'll , la
Your Patronage 8o'icited.
imiNiy mi.iv bbewihc coir.M.
T. E. Jenkins. Manager
ll !,.
luoue.
recogi
Viile-I,irn-.
wjww niHJ beat known lawyers in All Ore; ratulates Kla-
B state reread in the math and Malheur upon th
acluding the late John H. aJng of premiums for fruit exhi--.t.
Milt-hell. bus at Sacramento. All Oregon
-M-miM-rs nt the livestock com- uumirea uie apiru oi me poafae
pany originated the suit against who prepared the exhibit and
owners to obtain demonstrated what can be done
eociution I i,y , waier rignis on suviea river m ne ana regions m uie uuiie.
Burna-Venator. From oilier lut'h were oHftfed to belong egonian.
k and it tirs. elu her classes 387: the cnmn.y. Allegations in the ;
it of lln I lust class, complaint were to the effect that LOCAL AlSU HLHS0NA1..
230; other claaatJ 1 collected u" l"li" ownen, nau con-
strucieu uams and ilitches which
ingtnii and killed iA) of theptjela
in two hours.
A swan MJ OJ the
board I . Harm v
Latkes a six horse
coach fully equipped for the oc
casion ia engaged and many of
it wing shots will parti-
lac Loec Mar
RESTAURANT
ri.i,
MBAbS AT AUU HOURs
Bekry in e'.nneeti
A Sauull; afbaerl MM
i ajala i
ll. inarki-l all
ual fah airier, Is
fit of all
county
c 'Jera-
PKIl:S
Bun ille.
Col. ' 'ack froat
i the natural flow of wat- his outing at i.. 1' fm
k ias.-, 182; other claaaea, i;i
canii .cei ved first class,
32; other claaaea, 42: OoOoet
17.
WOVk I'N AKtfcMAN WELL SLOW
nn 111 a I
made ni W'i d from th
i. Kl.
le numiier tnai pu
eipuU in ihin linal hunt of the
trip will combine busineae
wilh pleaaun I. II liarrin
Chip Smith came in Tuebday and a i" will be
from his Cn.' ranch on on hand to gra.
a visit to huiamiiy. and the possibilities of imiiitiiig
A L Hunu-r has writU-n tnt: P01 l Huntiiigton will be
tb Mt-t. in r-iM ..-o, tha lt friends iiere that he baa aaamad niawiaawii wiui ouier amau iu.-ui-
.l.iHin. H.uii.w... .t..,.;,ii ,., f.w.r in. a hamaa and aeddte buairi. " l'"'""'
B- - vv ...... ... .-.. -. - . .
in U.1,1 J i no num. ui atiiL-Uiieij u nccui
h of next month
er and (I it from the com-
Afi. 1 1 years of legal
wrangling which baa been sel
dun. in the history of
of the livestock i
land Journal.
Port-
IAMI K bMOkr LIVED
i by ii
littMl
ive h
nis,
..
red b.
nr ft
I'.yruea baa taken a (swition
aa l Ifl ,IMAUIUlll m ill'" ,ie
Ubli
noiei uai jubi viji-mvu u ivu-
moiidson iJi W ood.
nort lived, says a j H H
m dispatch.
Oni ago a
ivea atthe lorestservici ,u .- ,.f ,i. ,,,,
i, i i from the
11 n-,e ami
g foi
on rtiatardiaarl
it tern
ii ,i.-'-
hie v
iath ai
i 1 1 , f '- '
y wt i
Morrii
e is ver; this
IVed the .'.Hi. u loriuanuii
trophj v'
.
exhibit tieceeaarj to mo -nid-
but as in thia
ha work is ex- int., of n
ivntiiuuii v. .. - - o --- - ..
itein bull ' ,l 8 "Pe public, the state r. wwui. in itum auiruM
e : . -. .m i .. . .L. n bnneh of beef cattle from i '
Ha I omo "... nnu a nrin'.i .oimauun n. ui oiun. ine leiier oore me
A D. Puter." to w mnemucca ior smpmenia.
ingle ui. section are The qui leading ones. jOK 0 the road between
qui iod How will and indicated ihui the writer this place and Harney, a doubk-
UatPaJbat be '"' lut) waa not dealing withanuofai Pindar please
i the : curse Uaraub r that he was notify thif ofl I 1 . Mahon.
ii. an oiu nana ai ii. come oi ine
questions could not be answ
n . .... A, i.l, . ms on his bv the for-oaf anaiiiaa w,. it.., !.a.
f, lltll I-H.v... ........ .. - ...- .... .. . m. , v v.. . v
hv will be wav to Bead la erred to the general wnere Y'e f" hllt'
of beets with a party ot teamsters who land office, and came back with
U inelutk aking 12 more taama to the this notation:
MIU...... Il,,v,.i.,il,iv ri..l' to Klin ill the "VViii, ia iln uiniM I'ufur''
..UUlll 111 wo..v..v... ...... --- --- ,. ,.v . fc.,o ni.uv, ww .
of the Oregon Trunk VVe never heard of him." If you plant but oim fruit trci
Lane. let) were oi ine ihe lorest service was no more huvt, it the U-at the beat i noin
Malheur impression that the road would acquaiiiled with the man or name too good. You can procure the boat
Won for be puahed rapidly through to than the general land office, and for ibis altitude from Adam (isorg.
r. fardee , completion, lieiui uuueiin. wnen ruier s letter was passtsu Hut couupany lakea an reapoiiaiuiu-
l fioin one official to another, it ty and will replace. All treea war-
..(ll Job printing--The Times-Herald was always with the remark. ' rsuied Uue to uauie.
.
ui address It. VV. 1
who will ciioerfully aup
from de.,
I
ml m wi i-wMf . ,. I
WrM Wat thing !.. -
l. m ijt
Lfcl tS ALL HOPr.
Mr. Harrinuui thinl
ii not et thickly m
BMg - ''
.uifii.tf uaMuaaaf
ae.lONlui.i i.i iium.
MAM im
' , V
iat.M I all Ma.. a A
.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
I III -i II A iHiNKi.AN, I'n.prlatoca.
Burns, - - Oregon.
HVEcac Xjn.io Hoetd.q.-vj.axtoxa.
Wiies Littiors and CiKrs.
Billiard and Pool Table.
Club Rooms in Connection.
I. L LEWIS
illbt bw la (areial
PARTICULARS
and PRICES
Ta aajfeat aadriag
INFORMATION.
Sa.au
5 .-
..r.il JLcifQTIil
.ICaUTlfe H 0
iitemm 1 itoik
,iBiMBBiaBB Pi eMBMMaaM
BWsutiiut Blrtc Lll a
OMian. M ' I "
ial :it-
MOaejM
COM' AMY.
DESIGNS.
J. M'Daltoii and wife expect
to leave tomorrow for &i
fair and also visit relatives in
Polk county. They expect to be
absent two or three weeks.
ST. FJr ANCIS ACADEMY
Boarding and Day School
CoiiUucUU by Ihe Slater ol St. t ram la
liAKfiK CITY, OkliOON
'I Uia iii.liliili ,i, oduia uiiar ailvaulagta l, yi.uug lfc.hu-. !.' ili
Ifa a aotfal. eaalel. anil ralnarl artm ailnn laawetlkai I ia ia
all Uuuriit-a belonniiig Ui a thorough Kugll.li otluialin, Uoi.l
viuhu. guilar, Isujo, ami uianJolii. , ihe language" ; jiaiiilKig
in oil, poattil, vtat.:i aotora, aa4erayoa; ah aiedi al n" Bad eraa
ii. i ii tal needlework , .luiltiaud, lypewriiing uud iHxjkkueping
under lulvc year of age arc admitted
Mudit-a Hill be maniad Tueaday, Se I. A. 1UU7.
For particular aeuu li proapcclu or apply at the Academy
The Burns Flouring Mill
:
J Jc!
8TUR raVHNT. Prop.
UOIIEIN K0 I IK MILL PiOCESS IS I'SiiO
A in ry particular "'" '
' ' 'ii''iiJ '"'' i"imty
fa U i mi. in bi '
I LOUR, ROLLED BARLEY, CHOP, AND!
All kinds of Mill heed always on liaoii
Tat Vtat. UlUllkM MARkEI PRItt PAIM IOR HOOD MILL LIU WIUT
CUSTOM WORK DONE
Good Seed Wheat for Sale