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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1907)
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Kg miHliitmo in Eaulnrn
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Ch rtl Wwnq Cawttro
l WM arra nf fl,42S,l0O nrrrf of
Intnl. ,4,r:U,'M arrra yet MWl mibjrrt
in rntrv nmlrr lht nlli'Uiirl law of
tli CnUrd statra.
1WRNS. HARNEY COlNTY. OKKGON. DKCKMRKR 1 i r.M7
OREGON'S OREAT FORESTS
oss.nen ii n lit sTwniNn
TPFES IN STATF.
w Nat to tNt-
i i,-,v ,
' LHRS thr
I tic ClUJI
ILL think this unnecessarily rough.
Then one of the others threw off
the rope. Homer rode away,
RKL coiling the rope as he went.
"Hot hoar yll'Hl Hie bull
HojrKer. "Marker!" yolled the Ottaft
Immodintclv two MM ran for
ward. The hramier passed the
iron smoothly against the flank.
A smoke and the smell of, Re(.Ptlt,VPrnm(.ntv;irT,infrs
sniivhins: hair arose. Perhaps L. ...... .. .
. ... , ... .w.
I aaarh Tlmlwr to llnlM a Roan) Fract M
Part tMfli Araaaal the Vmhrt Stain
--SU HaaaVrt SawatflK
the calf hlatted a little I
heat score bed In a brief mom
ent it was over. The brand show-
IOCAI. AND PEtvmi
John Caldwell arrived home
the first f MM week from Cor
vallis. Frank Fister was among our
visitor-: from Crane Creek this
Km Hiichnnan is reported on
the sick list, but is improving- at
Miss lena Kriske was in the
I l I STOCK ML:N TO Ml I I
NATIONAL SSIKIUK.N TO HM l
CONY mOW IN Df.NVTO
l i ,.
hnrdw fit wo 1
.! f hint
oatu nf tht ' pntintrv "rmian littl
coneemin Oregon, which' has "'v Thursday on a shopping ex-
((Ml VM (UMI f,.,.t ,.f atnrnlincr'tim. l,0,,t10"-
led cherry, which is the proper , ' ' , hnn anv nthor ' a-uy rlork Huston of this
.,.., .-..-. .- --, ..t, ..-. "MVk. -
in the union, and one-sixth of (i ' M8 children of
fko'ontim'auntill- of 1 1 ll ITnilul Sl'hool WW.
I ., .... , " ..". .-..,',... -..- .-. III,.,,
in me meantime tne marker gt-
color to indicate due peeling and
a successful mark.
CS la4 (a AN Ihtftatli KlaHm far
Aaaaal HrrHat JtSBBf) lll. Ntft
-- ItfLfetkta Takra aa.
The secretary- of the American
National Livestock Association
ml ,f lo-
I h i
ni of the
ly wee reached
ulierlain. 9 Sfct.
II, StAt. MsVi:
injc the state.
idr far the
wns engagcnl in his work. First
with I sharp knife he cut off
slanting the upper quarter of one
ear. Then he nicked out a swal-
ow-tail in the other. The rn-ices
he thrust into his (MK-ket in order
that at the completion of, the
work he could thuscheck the cat
tleman's tally-board as to the
numltcr of calves branded. The
, bull-dogger let go, The calf
sprang up. was appropriated and
inellcd by his worried mother.
and the two deparled into the
herd to talk it NV,
It seems to me that a great
deal of unnecessary dwaddle is
I abroad as to the I cruelty
of branding. Undoubtedly it is
me extent painful, and could
M other method of really iden
tification be devised, i' might lx-
Well to ndonl it in iiriffrnnnn
BBBa. . r -. .,. -...-..
t P,ut "' th. circunintaiice if
"'"'. linear. Inextingiiishal.le laugh
l':'' lei followed III
At the present rate'of eon
sumption, not allowing' for any
new growth. (Inymi's timber
supply would last 160 years.
At $12 per HNN) f,Mt, the st.itcs
Umber is now worth tS,600,O0O,'
(MH). or more than the total amount
of money in circulation in the
F1 Springer and rlfe weir up
from Narrows a few day.; this
Week c.iicst-. at the home of Totll
Henry Trowbridge, one of the
old time residents of (Jrant Coun
ty, was in the city a few da
I I; Peterson wa in from
The most'productivc ar... In hh) Crane Creek home a few days
west of the Cascades, where the the firt of the week looking after
average of standing timber is business alfa
17.700 feet to the acre, but main ,.,in I,;m,lreth. former con
round that yield 50, tractor ,n, the Hums-Venator
ooo fee;, and fjingli . Eiri... has purchased the de
lta form fi d lumber are i,.r business in this city.
,i-..,-fli fn,ni ".tt I.. tlfWl ,,,.., .......
T...IVI, infill TV" v'' i v.fltl- lit
mis. .i. ii. iKK" wan
from Harney this week visititiK
her daughter and son, Mrs. ltert
It comes uj in a collar
tidv w Ith no. !.-. easy to
to the soreness and inflammation.
for any form of Piles, it Mthcs
and heals, relieves the pain, itch
mg and burning. Man .an Pile
has sent out a call to all livestock Remedy. I'm. ui
associations and all livestock pro- tee. 8oll l Tin W.l,.
r the annual convention macy Hums, i. lied Haiti
held at the Hroadwav Thea- Harney, Ore.
i ten in Denver. January 21 and 22.
190S. The call mentions the re
cent financial trouble, saying
that ovcrspeculation, nvkless fin
ing and wasteful cxtrani
gance are responsible for a con
dit ion that may result in
loss to all live stock interests.
U here there appeared a month
o to U-'fair profita.as a result
of losses and money shortages of
frenzied financiers of some large need no longer fear t roup,
overcapitalized conxtrat ions, who or whooping cough. lWs
have undertaken on short-turn
Brown's Satisfactory Store
FALL and WINTER OPENING
Everything to tempt feminine fnncy,
FAN V WOffTHW, VKLOI R Ml ITINQS
WOMTRD SI ITINOS. FANCY HROlM'MrTHH
IKK ll IIIIKM LOTUS. KKKSKV ""
.In!' prinling 'ltralil
1 1 ii 'i 1 1 n i forhlddan
t will bs prnssrati
i ll V'.l ..II N
Mothers with little children
. It Sv nip tastes goml.
Six hundred Ml mills, em
ploying lft.OOU men. bt "OP
men in the logging camps, ,
(hice two bi ion feet of urn mt
everv year, for which the world's
i" tii. instance -f a ... r ..,. .,
free range, thousands ol cat t ! . ,,, (IIM, f.... ..-..- .i ... ,.n
and hundreds of owners, any '
., ..! Ki.il, ..i .. r at. . i
'. """'"' , "' "'..l"1 iue"" Fede al withdrawal
(ton. i rememiier a New Bt
money to capture and control It works off the old through the
evety market and avenue of bowels, clear the In nl
transportation, livestock must lie antced. ,s.,!, Welcome
-..Id at srrnatlv reduceti nricaa. Pharmacy . Burns, On Fred
One subject that will Ih given Haines., Harney, Ore
mil i'ii iniiliu t iishii'i iti ioo it i ioe
Kor Women and. Children
Blankets, Outing Flannels, Embroideries
wiMt s I Ml W WTH. IIKKHJtlM. s gg
WttMl WIIU'I'IKI I. Ill I t. o rsi
NEW WINTER CLOAKS
For Ijidiea and Misses
To bo Shown in a Short Time
N. BROWN & SONS
land movement looking toward
small brass tags to be hung from
(I I lie spread ol this
1 "I " iliictriiu. tliriiiii'li Ariv.mii
,(l" i:u!,l"di But, as I have mtimat.,1 I
n : t2KK.it the inevitable branding and ear-
e oiminon iV'L markinir are not so nuiiiful as
Wy,M' one might supKise. The scorch -
tUff'flliei ;,, ,tl,i,. ,...,,,..., .. , wiaiuioiwiwi
BBBBBB1 III Mill ill . I" 'I'. 111'. in-llin till- . . - .
., , , , . tne entire t niled htates onlv
r outer tough skin only enough , ... , . , ,
to kill the roots of the hair lie- L ... ,.,
i,ii.u..i'vi, thtu i.quI fw..at t.'.tu Ml,
..,,.-,. iiit.i .-., ,.,. .-i ... ..iii.
sines which ii musi IK'
m. on ftfon
cuted by Kir
ii ,.. an
... I Ltitie
i' surrendered to
hood for aV
I in theMerci
:he Bt de-
usl - umwaflJ
h,.-, ml). :
o gay tin
of tTl K he
i!e on de Ht v
iraote & i
duiue Kb of
state (lie BtWr
7. , .
trruB Kit 1 1
Ht reserves and tin
staie s new laws ror tne protect- buildin taw most
ion of ta rorasts are depend' 1( ., witn ,j
Upon I" prolotlR IIKlelmitelV the
nee off irugon'l Umber sup
ply as its principal sou:.
fact thai there is enough
timber in Oregon to build a solid
board fence 60 feet high around
Walter Clark was over from
i i i ram i reek home the fore
f the week after some farm
machinery II. is still plowing
and will seed i on iilerahle ground.
Oarpont .it work on
i In-Harney County National Bank
In. n of the bij vault, the wall
and arched roof of which ar
till to Is. completed.
convention is the conservation of
natural resources. This, to
gether with the inland waterways
i of great importance to stock
nun, and in connection will conn
uurstions of public lands.
foreet reserves and gray. taj lands
The association is in favor of the
;t. atment of these suhje.
line with the camistign against
watte. The call quote from the
Keokuk speech of President
l;. ,..ii ref.rriiiK to these mat-
and gis-s on to -Lite that at
ntioii will U- consider
iii the legislation that will eO0
that cattle are not as sen
sitive as the higher nervous or
pniMMi A calf usually bellows
when the iron lute., hut as soon
I ased he almost invanahlv
gin'.-, to feeding or to looking
idl.v about. Indeed. I have never
seen one even take the trouble
to lick his wounds, which is cer
tainly not true in the case of in-
tlnv inflict on each other
in fighting, Besides which it
happens but once in a lifetime,
and i ii ten si
coml'oit denied ol u who have
our teeth filled.
IIVKKIMW LINES WILL Kl SI ML VVOKK
STATL IMI'IISIS CONDI I KIN
A Salen t the "r-
In authoriziiiK the Harney v. :i
ley Improvement Compans toap
IMial its irrigation case, MlUBorl
ed in The'Oregonian's dispatches
from liurtis the BtntS Iund
Hoard placed a condition upon
name of tin
Boy your seeti barley froi Congress, an. I . .inmif.e
('has. H. Davis at Harney, w ill Ik apiminted to to Wash
KHmto liNi.iMMHiundh$l. 10 inglon to look after the intensts
per hundr-d Oats from one to ol the stockmen
ii,(K)h (Miunds at li cents per The matter of the railroad ser-
P'Hind. Wheat $1.40 per 100. vice will also be taken up, and
Mag your money and 'et the steps will Is-taken li.king to the
IIS of MKislttiioo to 1. 1. OI.il
i- it Urvmt, tlw. Ii,mil lienaltkas for failure u. furnish
Valley sheepman, arrived tare
sday. He came over after
a load of gram. Mr. Hrown re-
k doing well in that
tion and th. have had
.. rj favorable weather up to the
Peter Carnier. farmer, was in
from his land holdings during the
us to get
Holies i I" '. i list limit
ing and IiimiImijj upon i'
lamia nf lli- i ... I in. I I
loel 0s i.
Anv . i .I. nr prsona I i I bunt
mi! or to -j. i- ling will I"
t.. id.- Mil ssii "' "' I
IUmih! iiiial.l. ' -atiiial
atti-iili 'ii t
I'oniii" .in. ii-, las - savt
ilao-il wild Mi i II I ..i.itt.l
rear bavtag elapsed si lbs h-
iiluiion of i'i-(.riii. rabtp u nipt
" III. Ill" lit nf ll. , I
M lo- ii n A ' .
The i iey Valley Brewing Co.
Mainilm tntvr of
JFviro 3odi "Water
I aillllv I t ml,- Hoik Had I rrtt IMlt i v
T. E. JFNKIN8, Manager
liveetock cars and for failur. to
move stock at a reasonable min
imum speea. ine cnunge inim
the 2H to the 36-hour law. says
the call, seems to have lieen a
fin- annual exhibition of the
Weatern Liveatock Show will be
held at the Hame tune as the con-
attorney for that electric railroad line through
the company and. was also auth- from the coast as he says it ta.
orixed i. represent the
which guve the company I Otav
tract for the reclamation of the
arid land The condition imoot-
, ,. - ,, ed c that if the company should
We shall resume work on the
win ii win enter into a new
too much ol his valuable
ui.' to town by i he Bjejejri
mode of travel
Hiirnmaii lines in Oregon just a
siHin as moiii", conditions will
H-rinit." J. P. (I'Hrien, vice
cut and ll manager
of the llariiinaii lines in ( ta
With practically a complcp r.
versa! of attitude on the question
of railroad construction in the
Northwest, J. P. O'liricn. ll.u
iiiiiati s rii'hi-liaiid man f or Oi"e
Kon, Mi'-ve out the foregoini
icial su.n men;. Only fourorhv,
days ago, in denying that order.,
liud been issued from Hariiman
headiuarters at Omaha, to go
ahead with tin completion of rail-
j road .work in this state, Mr.
O'Brien Mid ta did not
to receive any such orders in the
tract which will provide for tin-
lion of :.i ttiirs Th
tectum is deemed necessary he
cause then is serious .pestlon as
tothe water supply jand tin- title
theietn. The sad experieiii
the taaH VMth tin- Columhia
em Irrigating I
i a ted m tin- Daai
William L Upshawhas
tl lul atljuu.Ajl a n..Kti .-. -. M. -I
time J- ," "'' "
iiiifiuiK in urtwsey. ine ser
- held in the (Jdd Fel
low Hall a large chorus choir was
rayed one roan heifer organized and led in the music
arling) branded and from the very start the at
with bur above on left hip, t. inlance and interest was k -I
no ear mark, from F. S. Miller's guiU- a number of c..n,.i
home place. Suitable reward for -arc mnortsd and as a result of
informati the meetings a Congregational
the animal. church of twenty-five members I
he- bein ejmejM -i
u i.ili t.i ii i I ii aa .
...... ..umic .ulu. Nearly all the speedy ones that
Only one explanation can bt- , , '
B. W Hamilton
A. S. Swam left Tuesday for
alley, makes a more cautious in ta ru"li' w l" reiumo
granting contracts to other com opemtion with the well drilling
jMiiiea. maciiim II. .v.. a. .uiaiiied
out by an exerienced man wim
HOKSE KACINu. nargeof the drillm'.
ll g expi-l kfp wells
ii-n will be sunk for Mr. JenkJ
W. II. Morrison and wife were
down from tic near Har
ney Wednendh guests of
will leave Sunday
.mil), r of race tame
got Ui; her da and
i d to hold a moot at Priin
ville on January 1st and 'M.
offered for the change hi
tion, and that i the situation in
tin industrial world has improved
so .-.uhslatUially thai the above
.statement is warranted and tliat
ui people may soon expect
i genera resumption of
work on the many railroad pro
jects now unuer way, uui wnicii
l unity fair
.nd a lively time is e
! !. Beside Brandy," "Pal
rown," " "John
H," and "MaaUrs," th.
be some good ones Ir.m I ail.i .
ither jiart-. of the county.
There will be two raOM each
morn: I isit to
relatives and I n ' lalifor-
to thM li,
On the first day there will the murder of a rancher near
; L.ii. i... 'be a three -eiarhth mile and repeat Heppnei ... uptured in
the laving off of several thousand lW V , .' ' ' . " .'
I,,,., w, v. o.lu.r i t,v,,lt wlU bt' il half-mile .riff Kicliardbon and ( uy Mar-
w" ... for $100 ial Anderson were after the
A. M. Il-.id btJ taken char,, ,--. but he
of the French Hotel at Hum. " ih;
rPhi au.a . . 1. o III liu.illl..efl.,ll .if I .CalfAllAaW
and The Times-Herald hopes he V" .T .. c . w'" "" L" "T ? "7
will give his boardera
to eat "Brus"
eatables, as he is somewhat of
lice .ixt .
n. you I
The old time ranchman, Wm.
Kriske. was down from his home
fU- ,, T,,.,.-lul, ....i.tin..
' 'Ut John Caidner in making proof on
uliflil i i .il.. .Iiink .aa Vlkil
Honit'thinv ,-',i"," "'"l uaa" 1U' 1W
..., . i: ., uuarU'i'-mile aaddii
win ueuver ine , , , , , , , . ,
111..,. . ..!.. .J. .1.1 .. al., , .1..,,
uiao aeiieuuifo i n llliouoy.
ten per cent at entrance; five
to enter and lluve to start. Be
dell and Buchanan are manageis.
A I, ut It U..-IS f.iiiiwl Jil.r ll' li;u
.. ,i... i.u..b ..j, i.ov,;,.,He is doing very well
been at a wood camp north of :i'''y"--tai think he will soon U-
been secured and considerable
money raistid toward a
church building which will be
ereettsl m tin- near fut
Krow n Black, Jersey cow stray -ii
from Hickenson mill in July,
branded V on right hip no ear
marks. Anyoni bringing the
animal to town r furniabing U
fornuition will he suitably re-
B. A. iKCKkNHON,
ft is a well known
ns living in the Pine t
sutler from ki I
ea .-s. On, '!. of Pim-ules at
'unded if not satisfied.
I Tta Welcome Pharmacy. ,
I. rns, Ore. Fred Haines., Har
ney, i I
1 bompaon had hi should
ed broken last Tuesday by a
horse falling with him. The col-
bone is broken and the mus
of tiie shoulder torn loose.
I i r-t I i I. i I rta I it II a m.
siin.u, I rani n ns-
Ik-mIbV !. IIik 'Ii'-' in.K ai . " Sim
I.,, -, I,, m.I In a iii M. , linya ...
K.-v A J Irwi'i will .r. nli at
Hamaj mt lad Inadai sf sash
iiiiintli at 1 1 a. in. and 7 30 p in
HaliLalh aeli.Mil avory hhI.i.iiII
I I,. II ui,. v -in I , -.
at ' "' I", k -a h Beeday sad a
tot'lial innlati.il' la rlli
ln. . li nr. I ill, .
Al tin- l'rkl)lrrii ch'iiili
Iturna. Rev. A .1 I r wi.t i
lleviim aarrioas tba 'hif'l ami t'liilli
Hundsyi ul - i Ii tuunlbal II a. in.,
ai.'l i .Ht p iii - u' i .. .1 at
10 a u. i-V' .th iiioriiinj
The Leas Star
MBAU5 AT AUU HOUR
Bakery in sonnstti
A Sptusllv af bbsfl Uisers.
lii a tsae.'uMl ijlau si lcr al Ht
Harney Valley Brewery Saloon
.0(W 1PHIXKS OK ALL Kl.XIkS
('igaru of lUt Quality
.n.V UAI IIS. Manaurrm. Hurn:
THE CAPITAL SALOON
Mil-' II .v nuNKOAN, l'ro.riaUira.
HvCalco Xl-.lrs X-Cocxd.q."u.flaXti.
Wi ies Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Table.
Club Rooms In Connection.
I a'.ia fur i.i -
(I. a marki l all
agr In ii. i
OCT THE BEST r
T V ILTTtl.KD
TUTia JCKAf Ll THAI
:::.-.:: Xf,' "811
lej f-1?H " '"'
aWsotiful ' 1 1 Bfto lw
nalta. ft lWLl Qf.
. - - .-
M L LEWIS
tll st las is ferates
It Mtm etekiag
The Burns Flouring Mill
r, m mi era aa sm la'sias m
J )H HTUtTaVflNr. Pfopt
Hums. The man claims to have
killed in self defense, but SI
Kii-hariltion was shown a I
which wa.-. taki body
ol the murdered '"an and
Prio sue was over from the murderer asked another man
his Wav first ut to cash tare. Tta sheriff also
from here to has in his possession the pistol
I Lawen. ' that was used.
o K attain
National Bank Examiner
Claude Gatch arrived here Tuea
. ning and on Wednejda
and Thuruday made an examina
tion of each ol the local banks,
a yesterday morning for
outside points by way of Canyon
'V(i. .1 v
, ' -I.
i n wary
0. 6 C. MERH1AU CO .
rubliahara. Spr.a(lld, Mn .
.-,11Jii unt i Hftiirtti, ifl'lij '' "t'U
jm n i ml in , n I H) null in hi a I n
; FLOUR, ROLLED BARLEi, CHOP, AND
All Kinds of Hill Feed always on Hand
I hi VrJi HIjJLM lARfcfcf flltt PAID HM HM MILLINb MtAl
CUSTOM WORK DONE
i Good Seed Wheat for Sale j