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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1908)
Tha OH ! lltrn.M v'n'itv
h the Iarpt-st airrnlatinti an
tha IwM 4lvTtine mftlinma in Faatern
J Orfn. II
1 - - - ii II
U MrrnllMnriitu Cotntlru
m mi arra of fl,42,) arr.
Unrii I I nrtfii yet vaiai.l ntij.it
I'.i.nirv ...i.l.r th pnMIr Ian. I !aw ..(
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, Rl . FEBRUARY I, IK
SHORTHORN cattle for
irhter. With all MAINTENANCE EARTH ROADS mont; use a nw.l machine And
: l HON CONSl MED M NpRF.OS
. -ii - hmmj m hnm
atta' Ortal Raafr Wtrkt--Tat
Starts am Tafclaf Hl Itac.
I i '.lnous scientific anctrine
f !he linos'
"nft the lonjrhorns and the
rthorns. The struprjrlo hap
ir, the steps in the evo-
lines. According to the hio-
!hiioeophen, it took c
At T years to aciiuire the
. mtiil ornamental known
M horns. It ha taken fully
ns. hy steps still more re-
tahlo. to lose or mudify them.
M former case nature alone
1 thmuffh tl
I uid sexual selection.
i r case man became n
I ad ii was by a system of
t along the natural law.
nr horns pave place to
r entirely without or
I much diminished
rely aside, however irwnv
;re or characteris-
:i reasonr. were in op-
i b I ! be-
another day. the day
I, lonphorned animal,
.-.hort of baek. nar-
rump and deficient in
plains of northern Mi
i.lano Estacado of Texas,
lei Merra M..
srjr valley bagassea
and the Rocky moun
y were driven in
I ...unties, th'jusa-i
reds of miles to tl
ail industries needmK
ware .us fai
meat beinK ace.
MB the railroads invaded
range and built shipping
:ti lines tl
I K-ns at the ranch.
scute for in - propagation
longlioms was obliterated.
e this the longhorn was an
te necessity. When r.
Isory to drive cattle for
.'lUiidred of n
nearest shipping point.
rhorn was equal to the
the longhorn has no place in the
twentieth-century scheme. The rwfTO DRUMtil M OF THF .OST
present civilisation demands IMPORTANT POINTS,
meat, rather than speed in the
marketable production from the .. .
ranpe and the longhorn was not fmt , f - - .
a meat-producer. He was heal- lfciw m, seaui hhh.
thy. vigorous and pictures!
but never fat. His appetite was w0 may recognize the vain
prodigious and digestion perfect, arrj nurRWo nvtfa in nn
but he defied every lawot nature
split log drni: judiciously; follow
etftth in time" rule and
gjsaj .inearth roid the same earr
ful iHM-sisteiit attention you would
mr prize acre, factory or
and it will pay as large a
profit in proportion to your indi
MINISTERS WITH IH TOUTS.
in his persistent refusal to "take
on ment " He roijrht have been
to paraphrase a sentiment from
a certain western governor
"The rich, juicy meat in the nn-
A Baker t it press dispatch
says: A sensation such has not
WlMn point CHAMPION Hi n
Rl vii riro with n im
f NrraVr Taul Vct I c ai
I tact iHafl MM Oa.r
asaBBJ Tkra RaaaM a
parts of the country, but still
the fact remains that for a long -been enjoyed in eastern Oregon
tim- to come thenuioiitv of the ISBOI the assassination of !
HOMOs will W compose.! of earth, vey Brown was spruntWoi
furthermore, in nUnit nine terdny aftern,n when a dtxi
H..nnl iiMl-irh. " hiit the lono-- months out of the vear. theearth '" mminnsi saros-
hnrn simnlv would be nothing road, if prom rl cared for. is tion of this city was eimilutcil. those who ,;tv,
and muscle, reasonably satkfactory. For The circular charged Hake.
Hni., hi. ,.rii fiBi ihi. nMt.inl m.inv aorricultural districts, it is with being a "Stink Pot of Cor-
Stage and hence his replacement the only road at present avail
by the shorthorn or nohorn under able. Hence, these communities
the inexorable law of the surviv- should sot then eriously
al of the fittest The latter real- to wt.rl- to learn the Ix-st meth-
'hief mi. attledom ods of maintaining earth roads
by proving ideal furnishers of and of getting the maximum ser
in. -at and milk. Their very slug- ice from them. Prosperity
gishnees, inaptitude for storms comes to the country to a great
on the Oi
I land ' i uld
ICh adv. i ' i mi
Impose upon ini rd un
The shove the notice
the local land office bj ';
Bellinger, entnm of the
il I ind office.
Tlv . nt at Windy Petal
has l Iderabki mag-
no i ,- think we should i, i
ha union fnm the nt last 8a
I one In the neiwhb.vrho.al 0 M well knovMi h r- and
iusv nrenarimr the Kal t .i '" Bums, and hi -!
Among the specific charges are
these: that Judge Smith of the
circuit court and Mayor Johns
were seen drinking beer at a
saloon bar four ami one half
minutes prior to the ojienin.
the Har. Prown memorial
mourned oy mum inends I in
IMtll'l I VI -1 tl...'.. lill..,...l li.il, .lli.l
I , .1 ..,.!. ..... - . , I f ., . I.. I, ..(III
Peon clearing off mterred in the Ontario ,..,,,. i.tv
Mftbrusl ue Messrs. Maddux, Monday. He leavi
Filch.' insand sbndeofonlj last u irgue.
O. E. Thompson has completed
his dam. together with proier
litches and will be able to irri
o. his crops in future.
f.i Pi ha been doing his
duty in the waj of Mtarminat-
SO ! !!-! -:'...
i i i i. .
i.Ucr .i.ij n mil Hum
I., p.. .... ., i. ,
c II H .
I I .
m conjunction with
al in the la I few weeks,
We have . i 1 of the Wright's
i,-j ... u. i,.. .,., t,...,v. tk w,w,rit,- f service: that a prisoner in tn
luxun and tenderness acquired the farmers. This fact strongly ':" sWesfpe Smith thi n i of the sUte. He
tlw.s.bv nalii:u rfS.mfriMllv miito th ImMrtiian of riv. of Iviiig ir.toxic.i b d duruigtlie liM SUCCtH-.l.d in catching se er-
..vposite to vssessed by ing the trial: that bo
the creatur, s they d, ention in its location, and girls are allowed towandii
sea that entitle drainage, construction and main-,a,K,u tc city at all hours of tl .
them ,n an age B night; that the skating rinks re
ng for the best beef-prod uc- An earth nuid composed otU0& to q Sunday; I
eta, -Prineville Journal wnser holding soil hoesa be ex- "H'' "f taaimea
I posed to the sun and air as fmly PUV committee ones to.ind
.m..wlv. a n., s Mnmri.n he- POtWBSBBHI in a gamoimg
The dance g.vwn M Saturday read will eai
K for the lK-nefit of The indicate. Thai should be accom- ' lt 1,t hm! be"" H
; house.. d by clearing hinking and playing a i
Win.! ' tnvsandui
the road. It must be m' "
the winter. Sulendid music was rem' ' that ""." " ' ' " ' T
:.i....i :t l undv trrnvi-llv mutU r. ,. PI '" . . or WBS n
iitriusiifu ii ur inamvii uiviivi.- .,..,
tra and the large roomy dining-
. Judge Smith
I of being with
the ma batfreosi at the
time, bio .Mi.
Will IACI I OR S.'.in
ist fall there has been s
uuly." a racehorse
owned b) Meyer A: Krown of
Paulina. SI n." a
.. but the "l
was ealM. was famous
ir spoed and endun.
hodern rival was an iinpos-
y und r frontier condi
vrobletn of water supply
mother factor in the culture
ot the southwest the
men were forced to depend
tual supply of water and
are tew id them. That
sJsjM the day of the w ind-
Ed the artificial lake. Onlv
ghorn could hnd pasture
iiili.s many miles 1 1
streams and make daily
bessje U the water Witnoat
is physical condi
lis he Would (bat .
taxed the enduring quali-
tht hardy rnusiangs of
low punchers. Ii.. am-
I the longhorn to withstand
uards was wonderful, ad-
um peculiarly to the
riod. A Texai. ' " norther. "
would freeze a lender
rn to death, had no ter-
nardy lung-legs that
ile limitless plains.
i .! end
. . i . i . A Pi.t. ' of the in
rxvm mane a pieasam piuce io . ".-
j ri i i.i ....... Ilia in trnava in. Iw.nofi.i.l WOO WSS .
uaniz. i iio.-ti' wrio inn iiivi i-i -. ...v ...
...nee found a cosy card-room along rier har.ks and n steep
while . ;''K.
the merry chatters. At 11:45 a Drainage is DM of the i
lunch was served. After imjK.nai.t ! with
road The maj
lite tm-mury of tb aiajht would i Jirtb roads in all I .ou
.ten the coming days. A and hill. too much
neat little sum was collected and road
school house it will not be the thr. made by the
fault ..f Iw.r ..r.rr,.vviv.. nanr.lo i I'.V wheels
te present were: Mr. and tne : Beetioea earned by T. V.
Mrs. 'm. Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. All well c 1 garth Buchanan, pr. of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. roads arc supposed to have no 'Hamilton Stables. Backers of
iKash. Mr. and Mr- F. C. Eggle- more than two ditches, one on '"'in horses ha together
Mr. and M od- oaeh side of the trareied road- and a race for a purse of $2000
Mr. and M Black- wav- Keep the It of the 'ate is se
sW Mr ind Mm In klud.r middle of the road I ne ihounarid dollars
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. T : a crown .ion in the . bsesj pasted with dram die
Mrs. Harrnmen. Mr. and Mrs. t.-r of sevm and one-half iMsaal ' of the firm of f'iifton A
Isran. Misses Laura Dawson above the top oi tt dope, omen, ai -i ne oaiance oi me
Dog, :. . -f thcditcu for a 2i-foot
. Holder an.! Kl.mer Eiirlc. and where the hn! are a
Messrs Charles Reed. Ekl- eteansal . ten inches, horses are to run a uarterofa
With a crown of about one inch mile. Hugh Lister is hacking
j to the : ii the center to "Brandy." and M. Iluch-
11, Charles the sides, the ditches which are anan. BedeU and A. M. Z
a. J. Crowley, S. Miller. ften built across the road on w,ll put up the aou 01 "Patsy
,,een, J p grades V deflect the Prown."
.on. Frank P.lachmire. Col- water will not be needed. In- It has been suggested that a
ar, stea-i ..f ewrying wat.r across
r i . ; the road in open ditches, til.
vgleston. if POSSi-
. , .. i ,i ble, 1 provided The) should
A the tM-nelit o! ' .
. .. -m k- . "taai easm i fall
.-M.IHWJ, iiua:c in uc jsik ii '.ii
rse must be put up on or he-
e the day of the race. The
spring rac be held at the
tame bbj Klam
ath and Oram Pass would come
here at that tin..-. Prineville
February 8th at the home i
A candy pull was given on
Thursday evening at the school
house. Thus. . -ugli
ly enjoyed themselves
declaring that ii would lx- a plea
sant picture in nissaory's gallery.
tier l.nngle entertained fl linute. Fur': a culvert
friends on Monday evening. la;j ftat wj;
IS presnt having a good ine:
Farms worth, Haz. If clear.
dt. In the inaintenance of an earth
Mary K h tak ! .hang-
to carry the maximum amount of
through them at any one tin
increased in Most i hetehjr giveai (fegt Ihg
propori the fall or grad. ' sty Superii of llar-
pips !.. D bold the regular
a one per cent grade will carry examination of mts for
1,800 gale iiiute. wh.i. Uad S001 is at the
the Sat iaid on a 2 er courthou.se in Bun..-, an follows:
' gallon i' lous i 'its..
Harold Cawlfield. ludd K.
Wilbur Haines, Kaytn'
and Alfred Klliott.
Mr. Bard well was up from
Mr. arid Mr
son left for Burns on r
The Friday night dance
pleasant event, but tfa
.nance of J. I:
missed by every one.
ural oro hings.
Natut : is foi:
If thi i
tor th :' the J ,
soil b aiK,
id than ciay. I!
bed is lai'gely
.. . . ii...
it will !
Iaqi. .' kivrtuM -- ,.
i.j oiw..0 ntiv iin uiconum event, out me menial il win u' v. t,, . i utv umn
t;u u prowue sneiier ior eo . , of J. Henev was or SBBSB San 1 on too. A cover- (.,,,, iii UMlaaail.u V.
r..L Kut ,1,.. I.mah. ! J 1 ....
p.". ut tut luuK.iv-xu m.hsSeo ov evf-rvaa. imn i - in tan taaaaai.i . -, n - ... i. ...... .
' " " ' i ii .... iuuj ic, ai j uoi a. in. nit'.
--idling and sought. upon the continuing until Friday Februa. .
Q Shelter 111 tne hills. It comeK nn in a i..IImiwII.I.. l.i-oli.. i..i i,,.,.l... ..,.. il. ,.l. ii ... . . ...i. ,.i. .
r ... l...,,.,..,. ...o...... jy M -i u ll.M. 11. 111.
will be seen that the very tube with a nozzle, easy to apply will usu and Wvdueaday Penmansbij
of the longhorn were to the soreness and inflammation, if added, thi., tory. orthorami lin. uh
lasfnt to him, when we for an v form of Pi ! it .th,. ,-.v u. ill , . .. t., ,V,- .,,.., I If . ...
the prime object for and heals, relieves the uain. itch- niDOSed oi sand Thurhiv Written rithmi..-
tattle are raised. Kndur-1 inir and burning Man un Pil. it can Ije imuroved bv an mml ie;i- ihui ,J ,. ,,i.;.
" ... . -- -- ,.j vi - c,v i.inj.,, Diaiunitii,
lardiiiood, speed and ca- Remedy. Price 50 eta. Cuaran- tion of clay. niivsioWv
tee. Soldd. icomePhar- The rule f oi a de earth Frida raphy, school law '
f Burns, Ore. Fred Haines., road, then, is as follows: Make .civil gov English liters i
Harney, I diuhes on each side and keep ture. Yours truly,
. . ' a-lVwi nitiZiM1 1-viitil svkj4 n saSt unan w s. 1 MS .
mem oijcu, iuui iiaiiu ttiiu Kiaei i. jj. HAMILTON,
m Job printing f he 1 irues-Herakl upon sections needing this treat- County Superintendent.
for self-support w ere not
ilities that made good
at, not muscle, meat,
I. compactness, not agi-
the ipjalities sought
Point hen tl al laid .'." ce.,
vir. We Windy Pointers r.allv
don't want to brag or bo.
our thicken hul we have one hen
in thi- that reatt)
record. In fact its a BfkJ d.iv
when ' Tt lav two eggs.
She is a full Miaul leghorn own. .1
bj Mr Ski II r This hen is
or 1. . bothen-d as she
emery to gel u Ineahator of 2iki
pacit) snd lv thi tin
n th. I t . ; hand
PohM I" "pie to kill their hen. but
rot roasti i ( Mi sku.
tier and it is possible to jjol ..in.
:h while ii, the lay ii y
Thompson's sheephenli r
II the other day wilh
th m that it would be
i proi ide bun with
II I "f slle . if he
was t h .id his job as he
had lost all those entrusted to
b ! ' Joe
m. a younu man who
n ed here and took
uj . d hit i
atat. 'I he
di i .... bow he would
gi lb- accompanied Mr.
Ti the imp an.i
II. lost sheep were
found. The new herder v
lool it for tracts as
ai i iMissibiy other stray
sure enough the sec
ond da) he d red tracks
I..I lowed a short .b
i . . ajM upon some
hat look..! like stray
of a rathi r p.
col. i iv ere chased some
1. 1 ureive miles ovei the
l-.t i.ut at
last .v. brought into the
I i r ii. i In
ike them going down h.li
and bold them a agaal
Level vi ,ud, butth.'V arould gain
on him , .ing up hill. Later Mr.
i Went Up Uj S how he
wasget'iiig alonx wle-i. hewas
bdd b. he new bawdev thai
tray had heejj haft s long that
real wild and If the)
dn'l quiet down and feed with
.e others he aroulH mpl) run
. -in to death Mr Thomp
veatigaii l ai d found be had
i 1 i ,,
me Maboii the well known
llarrie Bounty ntiA-kinaii. wasan
iur yesterday BJ
m a wtekn
on m Portland, where
-ing gentleman was initiated
thai degree I
nry. 'Ontario l mocrat
ULSb UhHJKIS DfcMfcU
"There has been industriously
.dated by way of new spa
rtisements, and otherv. ,
r the nam. i 1 . P. Kolfe,
Ulements to the effect that
i ongressinan Towney, after a
.onference with the commission-;
. of the general land ollice, ad-J
v iaed hie son tliat persons filing
Mothers with little children
end no l up oolds
or whooping cough. H
ative Cough S.vr.'p '
It works olf the cold through the
ImiwcI-, deals the head, (oi.ir
I Sold bv 'I'd. . Lome
Pharmacy. Hurn, Ore. rYed
Ham. . Il.n'i. '
Brown's Satisfactory Store
FALMsad WINTER OPENING
Kver thing to tempt feminine funo
i wm wuhstkds. TOL0UR Hrm;s
WOMSTKD -! IIINliS. FNt V MHOIM loTim
IKlMin rillMIT (LOTUS, KKKSKYS, WOl
lor Women and, Children
Blankets. Outiof Fluids. Embroideries
WOMRN'N f III WAiam PHKlMirmi aAQt'BH
WiiVHN -. WM W - Ill il ov l
NEW WINTER CLOAKS
I or Ijidiew and Miaaea
To be Shown in a Short Time
N. siKOWN & SONS
g upon th
i . III v. I t .
S.i, Co. ii
i i H
i; .... ; M
(Wing ... i
sith Mr. i il l v
VI ii i , s ,v ... u
I ir.i . bun I. I '
! I , .. I. at
Il o... i
vary ssbhath at i
.tl -' ..'. I a i n ' lay an. I a
i oiviiali' ' i to all
al... . nn attesd I BH ' ilii 0"
At lb-- I'l- ihj on..
lares ' Irwia i-
"inula f of ...... In. ' . ' I !
, ii. ' .. .. at
lo a a. svm iMorning
' ' '
I be Lssc Star
MBAUS AT AUU HOURS
Bakery in tonntit
A Specially of Mart Oiders.
Ta.'la fui in. , lhlu
the sssrstt sgbrsli Vees saaies
ey Valley Brewing Co
Ma. i. .fa. lorara ..(
I ii.nilv I raikr SolkllcO m Drllvi-ry
T. E. JeTNKIN8, Manager
5C nts :
Us i a (eai. cssl ulau ( Ircr si Ike
Ham y Valley Brewery Saloon
i.nitlt imiShS OK ALL MMtS
( 'igorn of IUnt ijunlttu
ll a '. W.N. Uunayera. Iturn; thrgnn
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
lit I I II V DOMM V, l'....n..,fa
Burns, - Oregon,
vctlro Xl.la X3Coa.d.q.-u.euoxai.
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms In Connection
ki fcajtEira iium
iitm mm rn
' .......L.- J ITOIE
t)or UX V B . aw
UoSutlful l j WMca -l
l)iiia. & j ,' j I Clroulaia.
I. L LEWIS
Is. H lies' u farms.
Te msm estirisi
biai.a t.oo.ir Of
will U lua
Taa aUm nfrt to WKJUTMICS
j Tne Burns Flouring Mill
j iruHTdsyaNT, Piopt
I MOlrhetN IOU tn MILL PEOttSS IS USED
J'Ulljf ' , I ill I'M ((ill. I O
tiitu In .suiiiilu thf cuunliu
ini u nn) , 100 tuiUs in ' I
! I LOUR, K0I.LI I) BARLEY, CHOP, AND :
All kinds oi Mill hc4 ilwiys vu ttiud
j HI VIM. OKiOfcSI lAKItl PWCt PAiO LOR 0000 MILLIE ltAl
CUSTOM WORK DONE
6ET THE LATEST AMD BEST
G VC. MtHRIAM OO.i
Good Seed Wheat for Sate