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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1907)
"( II irn.tf C.hiiiI ,
llntimi mil i one ot
Hi' Inimi" in KaiMnrn
M OTrnt9fm-nn Sotenlro
' n ara of t'.,42,HOO ncrrt ol
land, .in,!t(M mrr. TH vn.ant xiiijcct I
i.i miry nniler Um pnlillr Inmt Uw ,l
II... Inll.-l Matea.
UIKNS. H,KK COUNTY, ORKCON. DKCKMRKR 2K IW
Rull Run reserve
with 142.080 acres
Maury Mountain and
have lieen absorbed
,,-,-rf ihHM i- ii
Mb for (i
I .. ..;,,;-
00 . ,'r
s up to Mile
lose of the
reserves during the past year.
Rlue Ml. Eagle.
H vskl I BAM. GAMES
A large crowd witnessed the
MM of bnsket ball at Locher's
hall last Monday night be'
the Mums Athletir t inn and the
Harney Athletic Club.
Then1 were two mimes the
is smallest. AN INCIDENT OF INDIAN WAR a bill to provide for gnvcrnmciT HI IS XDM'RTISIMi ORtH
Three old trol of vacant g razing land.
hesmi' i The principal provisions are .is
Wallow. junoR MN0 TELLS Pf l)l I Ti UN follows: author
IViTRFSTINO STOP ize1 to establish hy proclamation
Handml Srw hi (he lrrl Hani
grazing districts, to be in charge
of the secretary of agriculture,
Waaa Mi BmmmcU am a nVirtu ( sra who shall prescribe niles and ap-
lint officers for then- adminis
He -hall issue grazing
permits for partedl of not more
that 10 veers, giving preference
to home- and collect
rvjuMirinnic lees, nasen upon
grating value of land.
The bill also provide for an
During the recent session of
supreme court in this city Ifjggi
Will R. King told Major Ln
Moorhouse a story alout a Piute
Indian out in southern Malheur
scnwNn si i. mw
TOM NL RM1HT.
Flro CiMHrflhM ( RolHtkhu ri I .1.1.
Wv hi Bawtr? hinil"Uw
Wraft Vict Ttaa F.
If run ii
I m it
tmr.ln . n ii,.
low. f.rini-rh . Vtli.-. In in
It comet up in a collapsible
tulw- with a noetle, eeej I
to the soreness and inflammatii
for any form of Piles; it soothes
and heals, relieve" the pun, itch-
ing and tuiniun- Mae. .an I lie
same evening between the first -otint which is worth repeatini
and second teams of the respec- to the readers ..f th. -,- s,H-k r" ''" n '
tive clubs and resulted in a ietorv 'crnninn ''n,, a government officer in,
for the local teams. The score
The Right Reverend Charles
iiting. nisnop ol reir"iv
doing marvelous work through-' iU.m,Hh ,-. . . ,,
tee. Sold dy I
macy., Rurns. Ore i.
wan near i
of the second team irame stood i.,ml recent lv In. mot M U l.'.u.i
Haniey S. Hums It The first 'formerly of Silvies vallo. llai
team game stood Rurns IS. liar- m.y county, a lit t ! ran
n,, 1:; office in the far sou' cor-
Harney was well represented ner of the suite, who related the
with a stmmg Wppwl from that slor to him.
town and the PM MNWQ i:.".t said that during the Ran
interesting. It was clean sort ,Kk war of IM M was in the
and tie b. i of feelintrs prevail- st.K'k business in Harms cnuitv
ed throughout. A return game iiri,i ,, ,uri,w a r.ii.l Into the
will Ik- played at Harney In the Slll,thern part of the state the
out the 1-jist in presenting tin-
resource's of the Reaver State.
Reports of his illustrated lectures
come from various sections and
the newspapers everywhere have
, r, ,1,1-111 H"'lllllirill 'IIIVI II'
"mH"' , i.'iM'n Oreiron an immense imiounl
. i . ,v. in.-irvn u'tf n i ne ii-ii v i.i ii i! i ii,
iing sam mm w nen muaa- ; m cmplimentarv pmminenc.
lo individuals or commum- '" w"!'' ,
ri rrniiii oi ui- ivisni.ps wors.
ileiernune the numlH-r of ,, .
Mis oest enon is a letter just
Job pHnUejh tin. rum- HsraM
nnimula in fhn livttii.f rlnirl.
whether permits shall W issued ' ,,rin,,i !n ,h,:N.ow Vork Tribune
on er capita or acreage basis
rvee for gra.
sat- in wh"
i it be
te total of
i of forest
md roud :
i HI UUHiLI
PI ANNIMi LOAN FUND.
The I 'diversity j.s planning a
loan lund of at least $T. (KM) based
in the belut 1 1, .ii ;i loan is better
than an outright gift in Ihe form
of a scholarship. Some subscrip
tions have already been made to
the fund, and a number promin
ent men ,,:' the .state have agreed
to guarantee amounts up totfitlO.
President Campbell is using his
ol tiest ellorts to raise the entire
d $T),000 this year if possible.
In aim- Ugh HbMl
rraiiiiating class there are some
who do no! have the means for
a college education, but who
would last advantage of any fair
opportunity offered them
(lire one. The treasurer of the
loan fund, who is to be the High
School Inspector and will thus
have an opportunity to know per
sonally the members of iheckua
es, will work in conjunction with
the city suM-rinten, I high
school principals. II. will make
loans to such studen' as need
them each year at a low rate of
interest, with the agreement that
they are to repay as soon as they
are aide after leaving college
A small amount of life (new
will be taken out on each at the
expense of the fund. It
plui io haw n nion guarantee
the fund against loss p, tfi,.
amount of $."uo each.
The ITnivenit) has had a small
Piutes and Ranms-kskilled
head of his fat ln-ef s:.
the little valley where the post-
OtBea of Mule now
Aflei- si.iiiirhtelillg the sleers th
Piutes cut thi of the
carcasses and had a two or three
days feast upon this choic bill of
While Jndgc Kinf was in Har
iint rooenlb lookli
and adopt niles ( meet ImH
Tin- .i are to be
subject tohotnestead and minenil
entries and ImprovemenUi of a
former occupant shall In- aid for
- ". "imnilH'll "iil.lllllllK (il'Ollllv
i tins- p--r centum ol um land in
each disti I , set aside (oi
school purpooat . -tate and MWrt
buildil um of
i to till
. xpenditure by legislatun
counties coniainiri)' the grazing
WllltklNU I OK rvTIIOIIMIlLM STATION
the seen.-, of In youthful ''It
in tM sagebrush wil.iern. ,: '' "' stockm.-n
told. I: Mahon who no tohtVeestablish.HUtso.il,
n Mule. Ham. , I r'l polnl m r.
what Hoot hu.l t .i.i Mm in I t tM study
i about the slaughter of the of ouihn-al I seasee among
7 m head of cattle. Mahon knew
about tl,. laughter as he
was in the counts at it,
and thought I. learn more
about it from an old Putt. In
00 the Root place.
This old Indian worked faith
fully in buy harvest. Wood haul- t' si-cn-Uiry
tmr and sttK'lv Ciadini tinu.K nnv. ni-tvssity for
sheep, and horses
ugsecon.l. .1 ngon
Winl ' ; . hi l:.
solutions endorsing the BMT0
meat havi lieen adopted b the
i at ion and the secretary
has been instructed to urge upon
and n-ads as follows
Sir: Having just seen a cop
of sour issue of Sunday, Iecem
ber 8th. containing nn article on
Hishop With Ko Pixed AIhuI,.'
I desire t corrwl a false impn' -sion
which some aragraphs may
You pn-sent a very spectacu
lar picture of Mr. PaddiH-k. the
i u Bishop of Eastern On-gon.
but it is imaginary and based on
IgUOMMM of the conditions of
which the new Hishop is to U--comeapart
I a t.rn Dregon is
not like the wildest wilds of Wy
oming. It is iieithei populated
I., foreign immigrants, who form
the 'tenement ppiUeln' of our
gn-at cities, nor by ON
carry' lswie knie. m their teeth
poeketX ll is rapidl stlling
with stiinly. stalwart American
u no liave the courage to
' I last and Middle U I
tin- t a -tate w hich has
the greatest undeveloiied re
el m the Union.
The nillicking, drinking,
shoot-on-sight eowbo) Biiate only
in Bowery melodrama. His
place has been taken very largely
b the college graduate, who
Tow works a much on scientific
Ihe new Bishop will not le
Hunting la f.ir.i.i.n tihin ni
place adjoining Rurni TrvspeM
m a ill l.r pn..iil. ,1
13 II VOKH ll
Mothers with little children
netMl no longer fear i nsip, colds
or w -hooping cough. Res Iju
aiive t'ough Syrup la
It works off the cold thnnivh the
Is.wels, clears the head
ant.i-d. Sold bv Hi- Welcome
Pharmacy . Hums, tin I i, ,i
Haines . Hariiev . I
Brown's Satisfactory Store
FALL and WINTER OPENING
F wry thing to tempt feminine fancy
I m W0MTIM, VKMH'K SIITINQB
WOMTKO SI ITINt;s. FANCY HRtHM I.OTIIM
nUCOTE, TIIIHIT CLOTfla KERHKYH. WtHWTKIW
For Women and, Children
Rlankcls. Oiilin? Flannels, Embroideries
nrOMKN i mi w visis. DMMtM n n
HOMIS s aitU'l'lHM, oni.r I.I i Ks
NF1W WINTER CLOAKS
For I Mtiit'H nnd MiNne
To ho Shown in a Short Time
N. BROWN & SONS
Th ,i Ley Valley Brewing Co.
grei ai tne
Mahon related the WLory i the
old Piute, w hu-nit stohdlv through
the narrative without showing a
"I I'eeln. lining ig-
men aa well dn-Hsed and tin
women as well gowned as most
of tin- men and women with
whom he is accustomed to
Ml-'loan fund of aluiui WOO for
four years. During
Head Hank Umpuraril) Sawpcsrf
ing little heed to anything but "' '' -unau at once.
carcel ever speak- nil bpNpOJli to have the sta
ing to any one. Mahon supp.,..! lion fully eiuipHd ami the nee
that the Indian would natural!) oomtj labnitor apparatus and required Ui dnss like a ooyboy,
know all alsnii the . vetil or per- manned by iOUfficient :. umber of ,ut wj tu-! his evening clothe.
haps if he did not know alsiui it. exjierts to earn oi ul m,,,t immaculate Imen in i
of the story won!. I MOjfuly. In the communication wardroha, for he will find the
doubtleeB cauae surprise and re- that has just Ik-cii forwarded to
fearful deed of his the secretary of agriculture 11 u
set for that tin st.K-kmen gener-
'i oi.ii r to lia.. all diaaaa-
. among the different kind ol , iat,.. The Bishop wilHiml a far
animals studied and M I ,,W).r average of n. .,.,1
so that Hiu- and crime in hia new .liueoaotkan
. , .
noranoe of any of the di arded to mai fmk, Oregon stands
when Mai,' knkhed a moel W with clean bills of health, tlnril among th- state forth.
:i! recital .1' tn. event which will enable their owners uniall numlK-r of il. . rsons
which had shocked him with its to reoaive therefor the highest in iniortion to the population,
have ferocity, the PiuU limply looked , market vala wfiiu. New York ranks fo
It is also stated that proeUoa third
OOtnoWl 'und. Twenty thousand homes,.,. k
Btthet . secreury era aM into Oregon during the
lor the in." ..w ,hths. fr (he rno-i
of the pathological station, that , iiUrt M fine class of pgggfgaontl
attrai .. e,piable and sal-
beet, enabled to complete their ni' from his pija-and iiaid
it. .1.1 i;.i .1 !-...
college course Who otli.ru " '" i"ey jry
could not have done so. Only
one loan has I..
East Oregon ian.
ItllNkS KOAU Will. HI Bill I
1 he Central Oregon Ranking it
Trust CoinpaiiN. at Rend, -
. dOOn Monday, after a ountry for ear past,
so as to allow the (tank a short at the coinpan.. ';. hoadquarp r
lun. in which to iniM)rt curreni I urn to
and make ;i tew collections. when- the
Tin' haul eeurities ait? gilt- pane h head office. II-
edged and depi Mod have doet not latoW where he will t-
llo fear of liMi-ing liieir e, ,n, . Mnl OOXt Mr kuim.
It Even now the bank is honoring report of the Comtany's busin.
ai checks ot its depositors, hut the t. maae puiilic.
thought it uielean to keep that it was his
Uoi.hiuj.n .,n.nriuiw,,,i '. ongreoi, will becalled
' ' ' ' ,
ere of the o. K. I;. eur
crews that have been in
iiHn to assist in the paaeage of arul ti. fa(l that
a bill appropriating the fund de
Wet lei '- I ' . lhal hunl-
ing ami h.NtiiiK up.... ll..- ,iii'n,l
lau.l" of llif Amur Iran l.an.l I ivi
Htimk In Is Nttiith li.rii.l li n
V n i I M-rMi n I m I I.
in K or lrr.iii. anil i it) .1
... 1 1,, p. . ! if tl , .
Mil l I.
it. ii. t enable t v tonal
,11. nil n I., i h , . lii , Uoil ..I
.'Oiliil .In. ii-, th,- -mm. liny
laeed eitk Mr.l i i aneid A
y.ar having tin) lh ilia-
iiliilion of i .i pailn. rsbip a pr ii.pl
.liii. ol .l ll.
Mamih s 4 i i n
I o-i i I ii,,-' .. ,o-i II a n,
-uii.u i- , . I. Waal
....-Im rrt i, mar atartlaaj "'
Bui I" Mi Ml lo.rf
III Mi M.illn,'- -I...I, .
it. v a J Irwin will i
Ratraef ihe lad Neadef ef ssch
iiK.i th at 1 1 a. hi. mnl " "" p in
Hnhliaih m heel rwry Kiihhat
I I,.. II,.. .H.I muts
at 'I 'i I'M-k seek Hiu. -la.
cordial Invitation l aU-i di .1 In all
i... ' nn Meed i i eltk
Ai the PrseOjrteriae clou. I.
Iturna, IUv. A J Irerin i
Doetoe asrvioM the third tad bertk
Hundaya ..I ... h n,. mi hut II u, ,
and , St) p in .-ah'.aih IiimiI at
10 a. Ui. ev- ith inoriiiiiK
I mull, Iraik- SnlkllcU I'rc IMIvrrv
T. E. JVNKIN8. Manager
! leea, ceel Uleu tf letr al let
Hani- y Valley Brewery Saloon
t.iHHt hHlShS OK All. klls
( 'igurn of Hint Quality
hiSO If 7..V, Manager. Hunt-. :,..,,
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
I i:i ll v I-.iM-.i.AN, I. .prUlora.
LLsCcilco Xlxla Iioa.d.q.a.a.rtrgi
W i iL-s Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Club Rooms In Connection.
lui'f ol h
ear on Oregon apple whs tt'Mt
an au re, on cherries JfiiS an acre
an'l on prunee (gOU an arr.
IB) similar facts.
lb, problem for tie
' hnstmas si - ami derg) a ty.n t.xlay ia
.L l... tl..., ...I....I. La ...... I ,.. l I
rnau) n i no eiiurxn last nun.w.i n-'i umi noun in Buii-.i u, ii-
inoini' ng eeomed to long to a wild and ejejggf West,
be bighl) lU-d by the but the problem of trying U
eongroggtion in atUundanci the christian religion an. I
but he suie.l I he evening s as almost k1""' citiwnship kep pace with
U-li.f tttat th eej const of the remarkable enejuner cis I ! -
1 1 th) doon Open while tefuaingtO rend running north and iOUth Anthems,.. and two w loptneiits. 1 believe Oregon in
,,,v ..ju.Ii nnrl the l.j.i.U thre- throuirh Ijike ei.untv nnd son U hie- MuP- olos. t. -la tlie Strategic nl(i for the
upon temporarily euapended, but Ui Altut.i.-. in MmIm eounty, Ihe choir rial ad-
uot until 66 par oent oi erould be built ii i anceenent eeaier Um direetor
.-ii paid out. lonv it will be before to hip of sirs. J. L Uaull. Some
It i ht that the bank con, p.. could not Bay.
erul bo abto to Mfjksj m U g from 1 mi was
curitiea. consistintr most; he " ng ser-
timher lands, within a lew thouliht it would i. j Woodcraft will give a masked
ihe ia." that it i- tak- tU after the north ai I I b. n utlxk-r'k hall.
... of ius paiM-i-show.-, that ii ftniahad. at least. He aid he large enough tor such occasio. euiara will be given pgMtoV
it has no intention of abandon- believed the gff) in mo... time.-., - !ai,.r.
ing the held. What started thi rs would, insU.-ad of n l ''-el jus
run is nut known at Prineville. i.
b 1'ossibK the termination of the make mow feoail ' structui
Mali. '.'! I
Church and that now is the )
choloiical moment to advance."
I.1K.AI AM) fhSMlNM
local Circle Women of
MBAUS AI AbU HO JRS
Bakery in eonneetion
k Seuiall; sf bkarl kieir.
Tei'Ml f -iri.i.h. l ailh ' 1 1,'i.tf
tlia mark-1 .ilt.nl- V ur
Ill S aCmilll
lElCTlCALLlM k AIT
':-.::iv.i: X'''- W' ITOIE
0r BOO i ;!jf aawe fas-
aauiifui t. ' j Beva,i List
I. L LEW!
IB hi gtoJ to ftrek
Te Myeaa todrioi
( T THE BE 1
l..ti BmVt tn
hollidaya Prineville Ri
i in aso ova
barley from ao .-
at Harney, huildu, and
nt ciiaa. H. I .
From 1000 to 100,000 iKJunds1.4u bardto get, on account of high
per hundred. Oat.- from one to wage and strikes, that it has
20.000 pounds at li cents par been almost impassible to build
pound. Wheat $1.40 per 100.
Bring your money and get the
( hhsunaa exerdaas by
oneaat tin i'i
church we. . . ptionally good
and thoroughly enjoyed by a
i .-.,.. - -
...I.... -J , ... '"KC wir.
Umii lunoiu ,111-. eno i.-i owl in--
Uit P0slUUi A boxed kind caitod
likelv Mnielhinir will be' hour -14x16, almost new net of
duriigg tile comity year tu-
I lga'n BBflgr
.. bat itepe will U-
l nil) i ... -rgotf
a new church.
C. C. Lundy of Burns us in
Crook county hxiking altar the
intonotsoftbeW. V. &C. M. W.
Band Co. l'rineville Journal.
. Ily in couiitrie;
meni wag nnoeee
"dd be put calf
upon a paying basic;. Iakeview XX
MiW UKAI.NU LAND MLASUkh
Job printing The Time lleialtl
A Washington dispatch sayb:
Senator Burkett will introduce
Estrayed One roan h
(short yearling) biand. 1
u alxve on left hip,
no earmark, fn.fn F . M
ii table reward for
information or i the
B. W. Hamilton
i I. .
; harness, caooage ana sour sraut.
Also a desert relinquishm. ni
Inquire at this office.
L Woldenberg and family
were over frooi Canyon t'ity dur
ing the week to spend 'hri.itmaa 1 1
folks Mr Wolilen- J
berg found it necessary to return I
to Canyon Thursday to look after '
his stage business. Mrs. Wol
denberg and children remaining j
t. .. .
a C Mr.lvH.IAM
.ii, tiprlalUI4. H
The Bums Flouring Mil!
J )H STUTSVMT, P'Op
.iili!:K, HO' ' HI MILL PiUCESS IS I SO j
I'ully i iiitiHii in 11,1 if mill' U I "
,,, ,i radius of tOO miU tn I,.i,1 .siujt
! FLOUR, KOUiD BAKLEY, CHOP, AND i
til kiuuS of llll IccJ always m Haas
til H.st Mluubl MaRhtl nut rll HM MN MlLLINk latil
I Good Seed Wheat for Sale