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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1908)
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J OL XXI
BURNS, tURNEI OOUNT1 ON IANUAM M
IIKPRMSING IN ORHiON
FORECAST AND RtvilW 01
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'he following excellent article
tat ion and arc shipped to all nor- HARRIMAN
tions of the west.
In western Oregon the on.ii-
thk tions are altogether different, will.
The climate of the Willamette
valley Is peCoUarty'adapted '" the
eoarw w ool i v: here the
Merino is seldom found. Much
success has resulted then in the
braiding of the Lincoln. Shorp.
Hampshiredown and Con!
on seems In U- well adapt
NOT ST NO
N4 Prflt TW Yeir
I rr Ynm The tanMni
kNOCKS. of the land -dice 24.469
snaCS oi lO I adfe! "' the "'. the
SDts investigated and disposed
EOR OMOMSt "'" '-' 1M ' ' ' s- am' '
nuuned for examination on July
1. If hen the numler
has largely increased.
"Of the aline 24,469 eases,
10. 14J1 arose uj" I oov
citizens living near the lands, 5,
532 were originated by ag-
while making investigations in
H0s 10 Ml THI- COYOTE.
A vote that is being taken by
wire by the Transcontinental the tieid. and 8.778 originated
-.1 ..... a . M
was written for the New ,d to the Lincoln, and from pre- Passenger association will deter- upon general orders 01 mispen-
, sdttfal of the Portland Ore- sent appearances this is to le the mjno whether a colonist rate will """ ' "u' department and the
: i a. .........,! ii..,, . .. . ii.. !...,; ireneral land utile.
nian bv Kdgar T. Averill of mnim ..,.. i-. ,,.., wpmm n. r ... ....- - ,
ton, and is worthy of re-
are more registered Lincoln bucks nrthwest b) th. .-ntinen- "A short .-innmar M
I KIT TOP ON It ATI'OKM
M I'KK HIM
Omh Cratk uiixt WW)
e.,v en tt
I iM l.l
in this state than in all the other taj railroads. It is said that in
the results of the
Thenrticle i a-- fob , r iv,. !;,.., ..unhinod .....mi.., iA shows: 2. J b't land i
nutiun im urc , , ............ ... HIr ,. , Ju lMl- ,.ii,- viim .. nirn.M
vs: Thenumlier here is nhotit eoiial r relm. pushed :;lt.r the case was
Snl.itnan in writing his Fift- ,() tnn, in (-anada and it was Rumor says the Harriman lines in the hand of In. agent
Psidm had referred to sheep (.)n) r.m.ja that this breed was are determined that the ..Id rate for m. i: .r. patented
of cattle, and the state- in.i.ie.Kl int.. the Lnited States, shall b d. and that if land entries were reconveyed to
theshvpon a thousand x orient! Imhm of the UiKtn tbci nwrlstton Ttif wflmmiWT llu' r" ' h,Um' suil WH!-
mine, nao aponrcci in tt.nu i.in,.,,ihi-.. I'.nHand th. t the Inion racittc onuignt ci niort oi tne special
Orgon newspaper today, indication thai the Lin- 0 fan notice agent; 862 entries were cam
tld have OMSed i lir q(m. ,.,. coarse-wool under tht' intei ed after heaiinf had uxn
There is more tlian one ww fii ,. .,, ,,,,,; rnntrr .1W and nut in the old mte not-' sin-cial agent; ?.";: . ntrii
Oregon who eould mak. shtv( nj. (. tigan, H-ist withstanding, eane.l!.l ifler bearings
merit and still be within ri(((, th,it in t)i, s;irjnr , A premature report from Losihadupoi eharges.
I- . t truth. an nvprnm. nf 1?A lumrids was Anirelts vosterdav stated ' 'There . unlawful en- mar a deer lick from which the
tnnr,. well up in the f ..ntiri' band of lb nmmTnd increase had Ikh-d closures t' luiblie lands removisl. i.Msusnectinu animals are shid
.,k- of wool-growing njf.twei , ted down. The result of the as to the oaily. This plan has been
'.:i' ..wing to me maccui- ,,,1,1 211 wntsn iiiuind. Year- vote ia not vol known, and mil- oiK-n r. indietitl. -uct'ssfuK followeil h Mr Hill
porta on theindutU-y In iim, gold on the range fori siting an of-1 of whii S ought to trial, in killing coyoti
it is unpossihlo 1 ,d and weighed 105 pounds ficial am.. th 27 con and t.:ie- "A Cjsorote never looks up. but
ics. I r"te theotliee . ,.,.,, i i.i....' ;,, i 'hicur.. Pi,..!: the uLile.inie ..f this fiirht .niittals: 4 nn- to lie tried: 72 alwnv on a level with tin-
ml of sheep con hangs the greater p miti fencing eases oovoring 511.076 rround Mr. Hill, "and I
. nowever it is aseer- . Smvth. s half-bnitl Lin- ..f all the i-ivmoti.-n ami publu-ily I acres were re I erred to the de
Ins t.M.k si-ven nHass. includitiL' w.nk that n the i. . but
ed in On ngand ,, ,l. international I. d Ih- I on up to Jul) 1.
Tin killing campaign
inau, iirated by the sheepmen of
Oregon has stimulated the gin-
if the eastern Oregon
ni. 1 : the highest tnd
novel devices for killing
Loon adopt -N
In it claimed to be the
1 successful methml for o
ing with the sly little beast that
he bane of the sheep ranges!
is that adopted bj H. T. Hill.
inii iheepman of Starkey
ne. aboul f0 miles east of
P.ndleton in the Bluemountail
Having hunted deer in tin
in. ..i! talni Mr Hill is fam
iliar with the immemorial scheme
uilding a platform in a u
Of Kmmett. '
af ii..w,. trouble Bhe
a husband, t w . small children
and main friends to mourn her
demi 1 I ' . a .1 ! a
The funeral II occur Ion
row. utnier Hie auspio i the
The deceased was well knouu
in llarnev cunt. and a u
daughter of M Sb. ilT (Jiltings.
IIimoimr i furhiildri
rs i 1 1 1 1 . I
lip ., mi
in 1 irom mose m
;. Inspector Lytl and
P Smyths, secretary of the
m .f sheep commissi.
VVoolgrowers Assoc. 1' ion,
k Sh..w interest of 0 . tresiaas cases in
;n com- om tin
n with sheep from alltl O.G8 was paid ntotli.
doubtedh the tin est ranee she ad i depart m.
t 1 1 n main
.astern Oregon. Wallowa
lation and only in four
rd. The tlocks in
l.t by secreting myself in
were tnv I would I from de
1997. ti.m M heme
I was right
n ben I shot "ue Of a I'iiir that
kit, the reinainiiu'
mnl looked '
tioti on the It-vel with his
ti height, but altb uh I he
. oke from 1 almost
Mothers with Im.e children
need no longer fear croup, colds
or whooping cough. L
stive Cough Syrup Uist.s i-.i
It Works off the old through th
bowels, clears the brad, (ilia
antecd. Sold h The WeU"om
I'liarina. rj . Hums. On I
Milt.. Il.irn. Ore.
.i Mil -.
Brown's Satisfactory Store
PALL and WINTER OPENING
Everything to tempt feminine fancy
l Vt WOltSTKIH VKMHK SITTINGS
WOR8TKU SI ITIN;S, FANCY HKOIM LOTUS
TKKOII rillHIT t LOTUS, KERSEYS, HOKSTEDH
Kor Women and .Children
Blankets. Oulin? Flannels. Embroideries
WINMN'f 'i.n w wtm. OKRaMiNi; xAgi'W
KiiMINS HKUTKNM, MII.F I.I.OVKN
NEW WINTER CLOAKS
Kor I .adieu and Miaaea
To bo Shown in a Short Time
:' k B
- - . kl
numlier 01 dued in astern Oregon, lairing on the homcseeker
at between ! mi nav,. topped the market in
Chicago for these oeeeasive the old colon judgon-.. treand m
Iron i' ttuilM 1 ,y (,. aninuil. it ncv-
The largest indiudual owner Chiei I urged the, treaspa- ..I up at tin tret at .11.
aeon m e.t-' people to coom t-. Oregi audio but after whirlimr ouiekly around
akhria Sheep & Land com- spring on thees r.
pany, which has Hfi.ooo head. It i. feared that should
to Bee if itsaKsadant was ii'
ran fur I .er.
I 1. 111. 1. i in the tree lor It
ib. and 62 cases not brought to trial.
..unties 111 tin western Ti Malheur I .and Livestock i Hi In rmmtwl nnd hiirhi r rntm "Fur cons. , I .. defraud t hi
kherefon od with substitui ted Btol oi public landn. iments after haring killed
''o-.i 10. .I.... iii.tMKJ. The average noca, now- movement will not matcralie. itnerc were 11. .nts, 00
.1'. ties Of eastern mv- ..,.,. mgmaitm of from to oi will !. muienullv reduced con initial, and
ml; band dipn-. Ak then, in no iiimii ranirc fmm its on .millions of last Var. ' 128 eases awaiting trial. In
n to be infecUni or in t ... . . . . ralle. the The,. ,1 mi n al caass,$88, I '--' in fines
i disease. averaire flocks contain from 100 in the furht is not vet autb
i same authorities estimate , njKI sheen. tiv..lv inv.-n out bul it has bean
ao.,i at Itetween; RsMOtd prises for leninl
(WO pounds, reached during ItQT. Starting
rage of .-,ght pound m tll, ..,..,.,., the
1 n sayinaiunuei gradually advanced until, when stated by U-al railnwd men that
ttu' '' -ed in the fall, year- P ts Craig
h hear an avenige 01 nine n the BTSai
It !. or from a wh. t.ers;f4.75 and. lambs $3.75. land of tie
Ad to a jtound ami a halt Thses prices compared will n favor of increasing the
li.-r than the sheep of any those of a few vears ago, i
... : ,u.. i'n;,.n Tk., . . . 1 .
Mine in m ..."... " a ewe ana ner iami. au.T near- 1
gf 1908-7 hoi K' ing were old tor $1.2(1 and wool credited with fa r.e abol-
I unfavorubl.- for t,rtlUKnt bi, a ponnd, ex- kdunent of the ' rates en-
The prtcedmg ,,iuin ,, increase in the tirely as a retaliatiatkxi for 2-
?r was much milder and fa regon sheepmen, cent passenger fate law in mid-
L906 some individu- The 0 x7 sold at die we-t states.
were leviisl. of which
total of nsonej
freed from fradulent
title, or relea ! from
"The sh bows
that tin-present force of agent
1 is large enough to hand), almut
iialf f the normal amount of
work requiring action in the field
e can pass opQn
1 Bnally adjudcitate all
rs received as high asiunaVerage of 17 cents for the i 1,1 .1... ,1,1 ,f l. in.. ! ing cases. In an endeavor in s
a fleece from over (WOO l(.avv Ui -gale, 22 fof Uii. ' measui rtake tb. ...
V H, 1VMUVIO' Ml' ' ,
light range and 27 BI ,, M. that the roads des-
outlook ! is most Valley product ,, ,-, reduced far-
u raging. Hie winter so lar Wliil- sheepmen have Dresner- lin. in 9Unt .
beta eery open and 1 ..have become wealthy
bare that Oregon '""' """ nTnansns haxi harms mi ' ' . mU;t.,i,. 'r, . ,.i,i ,.,,i.
m ; - '-- 1 ' ' vw vtm -
si quality and the output high prices forfheep and wool. oni ... ,j,-m,-i,
the figures given bj bore th. hmmm b. like the ueoule of
1 loners apply to the st. permitted to graae their ,
who. isil nul flocks without lei ,f si-lf-
contined to that isirtion of are found no longer. All wool- jn.er(,s. ; inciea.,i.n' the oouu-
011 that lies east of the ("as- growers now own or lease iirough which the
i-ange. Here in years past, winter range, and the summer 1.,.,., ,. I ii..- eulonist
01 range snee. nae ranire is either owned or renta .. ,.r .n, ,.. i.iLm long until tne leave.-, anu apsa
made up alinos. altog, 11..1 ,. United States gov- eff( .. will be ground into s meal and
Nrinos or tine wool si. nment for the iirivilege of ,; unii itimuUtin I- alfalfa bread will in a great
-ears, however, the old , .,, the f.
Merino has lieeu gtvinfi winch include nracticallv all th. Awnar. Iinc luut v..ur in a w. 1
and fall. I
ulating field work, hearing be-
m M-t or
. reach which Isjth BV
UKIVU lUUM KiJFMJA
'"Al! it feed." says
arian ol oi. "It will not be
: in.- pair anu soon 11.
i. caulioul I.M.king in
direction hut at the same
h in which I was hiding.
within 60 yards of my
am hot the second animal.
whi h fell beside the carcass of
the first. Its last act before
sinkm, down dead was to 1
apparent constet nation in
four day.i I kilbil i fall
and h . t to contin
,. 1 aign as long a
ill come to m bait, 1
use the carcass of a horse, sheep
BY Calf f ram which the so
have I . eating, dragging it l.
in or 60 yards of a tree
in an opening In the morning
bef( light I take my siui-
1 1 1 1 IPn.i
.'inn ti . 1 1
Irtii.lx ..f id. .'I ind e
V i. ht,..i .r . 'I mill" I
ng or I . w.il 1 1 11I1 .1
1 . Hui
MH It I.
(Wing nnabls to u
..I. nil I. Q 1 ! ( ft hi II
ininl .In 11-, I hi' Nii,i I 1
silk Mi ' H 1 "i A
.1 having i'Imimm i Ii
...inn. .11 1.1 ... partnership ir-aspi
-I'llli ln nl of 11. 1 1
. 1 ey Valley Brewing Co.
Malmlm linn. ..1
I atsyfy Irmlo NolkllrU Irw IVIUrry
T. E. JENKINS, Munaer
Krllr "'- s.i.
I .ii h ' 1 ..- 1 1 . in
1 w . a
llrxl itilillin 11.. 1 l.l. j
1. Mi N'
1 I. Irwin rill preach 1
1 . Hi .'ml I In
Hi' n.lli at II a. Hi. Hint V ft) o.
'. si i
Itlll I." i ' I I IIH " I
si t o'ti.K-k sash su.i.biy sad
SWdial inviuin I lii all
li . sn 11101..I t 11.' . 1 with u
Al Hi. 'r. -nyi. nun 1 linn I.
Isjraj Iti-v. a J Irwin aastaf.
Ilrvini mr. ! u.-l I. .ml!.
Ii u.i.iillial 1 1 a in..
11.. I 7 .lo 1. 11. .'. j , ' at
pl an I1101 liilig
lsi s (smI. m llsu s( leer si tat
Harnfiy Valley Brewery Saloon
utmn imishs ok all kinds
( 'igurn of IUt Quality
klso A r;7..V. Mnnaurr: Hun:
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
I BJ IMINKIIAN, I'rupHotora
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection
1 giving winch include nracticallv
1 high grade Delanes and mountains.
'ouillet The coyote has inert
the French Iter . to such alarming 1
f 'Ju emoval of the
ly in tl
ht thiough the ''""" ou'
hi ajii a sea 1
I be Lssc Mar
MBflUS AT AUU HOURS
Bakery in aorx.eeti
A Spcuslly i bssrl Utoiri.
1 , 1 1 1 ii. inn
'! mark' ' rour I
iitly son . . ago that it in call
ing the Linchi and I mated I -.ijouand 00-
!iiodern ratiK. annually to
i lei results. to those animal-- II
Smythe and'Wilham Smith - coy-
have been crobsing nte ntoaf losMSl OJMl OQRPsB.
ooo Lincoln aaBBB Willi It now costs twice as niiieh to
- ..- ,'. . . . ILUl w t- -1 - -
and haveuecurwi a yuar- lamb a band of ewesa, wiien tb. thai UM
thai ahaars from a bounti orevailed It wa . '" failure
and a half more wool than euetoma atter small band I and 01 1 fcfi0 tOM me.
Merino. For mutton the 0f ewes over the hills in lanibinu .uld not i
rose SJ OWin to surpass any time. Now the an not allowed u,,o., ,.. --t would be too lich for
IT W)Ulili I1 " ii'uw A "
other crosdbreed, not ex outside of the coyote-proof cor- j, , lO.iJOO notch. He would
ig tne bnrojj. nereuuore . ,-als. unless guarded by armed .,.r, ...mallv iL ,-, ' a maae
lered the best range cross herders. flDsaetimes the covotes .. I'roin n the stem
utton. Th several enter the corrab at niirht and ..... ..,,1.1;,. ,i,..n,,, ,i...-i., and the leaves that will be used."
enpntlationi of Lincoln slaughter both old and young. ,,. d vr." the land Kx-
A last fall, for the range of Ue-enactment of the bounty
, . - UVIIIlll.-TIO'.' .;', ... w fcvi,,v
hi Oregon and then law would cost the state main .1 u u . .... ;., .iiu...ii.i..
a growing tendency to thousands ot dollars and u .s, ahowing that ti real tube with a noasle. easy to appl)
therefore, hoped that the poison- j thul thi, ,.,, ,,,,,),. ,, . he to the soreness and inflammation.
I RamhouilletS and Delano ing scheme that is to be I. any form of I'.les; it soothe.-,
.111 on tne mereaae ana are tin.-, montti tliroughout easier. ,(i Jlt,alai relieves the pain, itch-
with much success 1.1 all Oregon will prove successf. ing and burning. Man Zan Pile
Of Eastern Oregon. L'ma- it 01 believed tliat for less m lh(. a-asj year of PJ06 Remedy. Price 50 cts. Ouaran-
unty breeders not only sujv- the sUU- can get rid ot more coy- . ltK)7 tte wert; eneted of t.. gold dy The Welcome Pilar
,.li...wiir. Ol IM .1 111
II I I. Ii Lilt I ifl J
1 00 used
at the same
M platform about 'A) feet
from the ground among the
"I do not use acont of any kind
xi 11 as soles, as many hunt
ers d", bul go din Ctl) to n
ing pl. bj th. m every
:. . to wait bni a
time after daylight bef
ping through the
ananiciously ami hsuning in
"If I do notjwi h the eo
to eat ii bait during the night,
I : .,,: fated lantern near the
area ,.i d rio io,ot- vdl .en
tore near a light, although he
Hy having ditti nut platfoi in-
the openings in the ton- rur ! I
I am able io change my at j YlV. I- i
. picion wiiico migni
tj 1 lU-ally, n
metl i killing
have hoard of. and mav le SUC-
ully prsi I) one Ii.
re there timber
or brush larg. enough V hold
a platform from which the htm
y direct aia aim.
The main thing is to
-it when the coyote lift
stops at the bait, as 01.
ghtest movement. I have
my gun pointing al the bait and
haeonlyto take aim and pull
trigger when the animal stops
gj last time at the aaj
one coyote out of a pack
is killed the others will soon re
in in u see what is the matter
and thus it is possible to kill an
. n tire pack of a half a dozen or
mure in a short time. By Lula i
K. Lorenzo to the Journal
J aaft a.aaaBWW a el
. J LT p TTLK ASH
1 TACTICALLY in
: W w' STOVE
a 51B eaaeoaasaiBBBsBS
-..r iam B CwMl tar
UauOlul W BrU, l.'l
BIS". f " II pl Tiu,m,m-
s - - '
MONUMINtAi . rOMPAMY,
I. L LEWIS
W fas lies' is loraisk
ke ranges of the slate, but
nave a national n (Continued on page four.)
id for investigation on the macy., Burns, Ore. Fred Haines.,
neld dockets of the special agent Harney, Ore.
Alfalfa aaed for sals at Luna-1 I
burg & Oalton'a. -
e i .j
.ill; . .'G4
r ' '' :
4 1 1 ,
The Burns Flouring Mill
ru iraVANi'. P'opt.
I U0IH-.K.N HUM 1:11 MILL FROtkSS IS ISLII I
' ,;niir,l 111 -i t'l fnirtK nlm
utiieni i"i i" I'thi if"' .iuhu
for a ..mv.. lint units in band
FLOUR, ROLIB BARLEY, CHOP, AND;
All kinds of Mill Fed always on Hand j
nn m mm umstimatmim m iiuiwi huut j
CUSTOM WORK DONE
i Good Seed Wheat for Sale j
C C. MtCKRIAM CO
t.lir. SprladUIS. M.