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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1908)
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the rime rUrrilO
Official Caper of llariirr County
i Urt circulation and la one n
hVt ailvprtiaina OMxIinma in F.aatorn
Wt S..l . mmm 4f ...a.....
OoTtfl an I 'M.SOn arrat of
l:iiil, 4,i:W),tinl arma yit vacant anl.ji 1 1
loestrj BSCSt il..- pni. lif lamt lawa of
tiia r. it i Plata
BURNS. HARNT.Y COUNTY, ORKCON, MAY :. 11
WAS WILED BV
S DEFEATED lumber bill for the school house A
and work will ,ioon begin.
Mr. and Mrs. Kinar roused
throueh Sunset on their way
buck to Rurns.
Mr. and Mrs C. V. Reed were
hosineea visitors to Rurna this
N. Hency made a trip to Burns
irton dispatch on Thurada"
PROSPEWHiS COMMUNITY satisfactory, and that under ex
isting conditions the trend may
ho expedtd to lx Steadih dnvn-
M4v new Howes in the sunset ward, with the result that in a
MM C.ppo.H. n
V ALLEY SECTION.
TWlttr HaaJtaalMan Clan a( PMftt Wbo
Have Fall la flat Tuft at HartKy
Caaam-TV Nr OraaV.
leration of the
ins: i-i. howavar,
the reiHirt am
The many new homes that
have sorunjr up south of Wright's
Point are certainly a revelation
to those who have not visited
that section lately. Very sub
stantial improvements an I com-
1 Byron Smith ex- fortahle homes may be seen and
to leave the last of June for some of the moat hospitable peo
lYnilleton accompanied by J. B. pie ever met are among the resi
dents that will make gixnl socially,
financially and otherwise. The
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Porter leave
in a few weeks for Pendleton
for the summer. From Pendle-
the bill pro- ton m -will go to the
d homesteads Valley to visit with relative.
yea of Tennes-
led the report.
Mr Hamur Xr nnrl Wnlfnr
. , n,. -.,,.,-,.,., ,u c. .,., ,. iimes-rn'ra ti w certainty promt
course of his! Warmer are oi cr to Warm Spring .,.., '
for a few weeks. " " ' ,
there. They are thrift v and will
J. B. Hodder arrived home i. .v.- .- . ......
niaivv nniiriiniiK v, iii.ii -'ini'ii
seldom t rum Rculali on rnda. of ihn vllnv The mmrf now
Mr. and Mrs. Baron have re- cleared and in cultivation will
int. and I pro-
is oi inousanas
and they have
prated this re-
held that the
constitute a re-immber.
leu me ruling.
he heard other
(which at first!
turned home from Sage Hen
where they have been for the
past few month.
Mr md MkaV Koy Blackmer
A heavy rain fell Sunday which
was much needed by the gardens.
rge Simmons and George
Id of Narrows passed
through Sunset Sunday.
Mrs. Harmer has four hund
red little chickens the result of
Several of the chicken yards
have been visited by that un
welcoau i te.
make good crops even this sea
son under favorable conditions.
comparatively i'ew years the run
-almon in that stream will be
ivduced to such a degree that
thousands of fishermen may be
thrown out of employment and
much capital rendered idle. The
Federal liiueniment is without
any juri t in the
premises, and the duty of con
serving the salmon supply in
the Columbia devolves on the
States of Oregon. Washing'
and Idaho: but this 1 -pai-tnieM
has been charged bv Cong r
with important tiah-cultuinl op-
in the Columbia lai
and has felt impelled from bane
lo time to direct attention to the
necessity for giving adaoa.
protection to the various spe
of salmon frequenting that
stream. The Department i
vincod that the run of salmon in
the Columbia can be amply main
tained for an indefinite period if
OHIiUON INDUSTRIAL NOUS
W HOI I'siu: NTHUSEO OVF COM
MIRUM ClM H0WI
NO R (i
Mm. tiny .- i .-. t . I i i. ,i
.i i"u i TriiH-a-
ra wi 'I If i . .
C II VOKUTM
AnaaiMatal. IWraf rtofriM tar a rVmu
tm EiWWI at OrrtM PrwlMti
irt ifirinl i.roiifiLrnthin in Mini'K -
Although the present spnng mon, (v rn;1, protection
has been unfavorable to grow- mi rtifieial propagation alone
ing crops none of these new peo- rnnnrt 0h- with the situation,
pie are dlecouwsjed and con- ad. ,u, niattn of fact th,
tmue impmving their land. Sev- ,,., cxperionce of the Depart
eral have large areas cleared oi ,.! has show,, that its U-nHi-Bte
brush and considerable ond- (,.nt lalwrs are rendered ata
er cultivation. They have heard futi,. ,v tK. fniimi of t)
from former homes and found jn appreciate this fact.
that the season is not favorable The Wrp.utment sees no n..
anywhere and that Harney coun- , f a(lv,K-atinj the .lin,
I not an exception th. re- Um rf fllh irtmh fl If, Ihl riv
fore are just as enthusiasUc as er tlurt. ifl M trfcJsnce to
veer ana more actemunni to cie- huw thu( tnJH form of apjr,,,,,,, fmtn tlli
ii was ai
ci on tne suj-
lv fmate homs-
(Sviinl corresp 'iidince. )
Your correspondent hfj inside
information that there will !e all
kinds of nines for the gnnt fes
' huh begins June 1st and
I until the lith, with a pnv
fl am full of interest from the
ng moment until the clos
ing hour, with low rates from
Hint in Oregon.
All i ems to have been
! aroused and enthused over the
new Immof tne Portland t'om
mereial Club. At one luncheon
last week there were representa
tives from fifteen towns and cit
of the State. The conven
tion Hall on the sixth floor, in
which all Oregon's organized
iwxlics will be welcome, is a
tral figure. Kvery picture hung:
ujwn its walls is an Oregon scene
and in this room during the Mai
few years will l enacted much
( interest ami moment to ever
man. woman and child of Oregon.
Ashland is csecially pnper
ous and happ . Aline of shade
trees to the number of four hund
red hae been planted on either
side of the Imulevard leading
eft) to the Normal
new residences are
NO lltl m.
NottSS It licrrlo glfStl Ihsl lnoil-
ing ai'l -Immiiih( apan is
lamia nf ih An.f iem. I.oi.t I I
Ii ' ia -irnMi forbidden
" i 'i leii.t-
inn " Irsspas It g will I'liictl
lo lhi fu't i llattl of ili Ihw
I n. Mm.
Itcmu lira' I in t -. . .it .. renasl
alli'iei Ii lii I lii lull, , H , ,,f I hi Mr
eeoms dee i . iti- ssste inv I
l I will) Mr. ( . H I hmI.
! l'-l l -OH ill. id,..
minimi nf ( partneftMsj a penespt
-I'll, iin mi i.f ii' a.iui- i- n iiii'tnl.
S DBS A muii
s I port
Hg finally defeat-
Hrtion of Senatui
ftg upon them.
i ..!.. ...! 9 aaaata a hii1 In na . ...
...v.,. wi. .. laiuis '!"' i- p.o-ticularly destruetiv. to ScIhh.I and
possible in order to reap a rev- m.. .ondition that ia s . lu:..
A party from Pendleton pass- enue from their labors. un, .. .1
ed through Suns- eg for The writer returned home h llf suhnon nanitlv,
land. They reported wheat do- way of tl. .!. orer wal ,- renders the wheels un- A-im covered herself with
intr Kliii'llil III III thut ...Mil- I,. AViirlil' P.. ml TK! niiuu .,( ... sin ..lin.r ! ..iliiuna aiul
feateci T . ' serviceaDie and. on tne other "" V .. ..m
reasasj mi ntii m fJicocuu ivnu iuw iwwimii ii'iiMUl'muir hand tNTItMlM of i lV low V'i- r ,n,luri rriWTril mHlJ iu wiithhh
imentboth favorable and tn whan the flah are much n - passing ,.f the iwt
1 IljKf4ul t . .a 1 aa aBaKla k a ..... 1.1.. 1 . . I .. f S '- - - --
nimiiuni mi lani hiti.p lawimnii-. ni'inm i a now iiiiicn ,i :.. .i.;P mil.,im..ia . nl.. i .. u
Van Bmbrse and Gidden Mid- about road building and do doubt ,f. , ' .. " SteSk r "" '" 'T ,V',""
. . . iii j uniaonute tor the wheels, forma. a niigion and Idaho
dsugh were business rteston to li irrade could Ih improved. I(m.mt .i,,. Ills, .. ,. .,, ,. ,,...,,. u- "" ..
1.,,. , U.. . I. . ' : " .""" "'" " ""' lOllHB-V MIIK-lll-llllll-
w "-- '; sesMins the catch of salmon b)
grains maoe miner more iavor- ull,.(;
nine iiuiiiiiiinia, afci very c"n"ismal
venieni 10 mai new seuiemeni
and a great saving of miles be
ra and Narrows.
! A J. Irwin will fee. i
liarnay (ha 2nd Sumlav nf each
iiiiiiih at 1 1 a. in. ami T .'Ml p ui
Sabhalli ai IiihiI nvrry sabbath at 'i
TIik Barwsj lasdwy -rlm.il mi la
at 'I 'clock mih Siinilay anil a
i'itiJihI Invllalioi, i- , itrmlrd In all
w be I IS n ml ! in' I .lit
Al Ihf I'ri'aiivi-rian liiinli
Hiirna, Kv. A .1 Irwin iaatnr.
! iiii MTVlifa Um 'hinl mill l..iirlh
Hiiik1h r. .,f I'M. Ii lu.intlihi I I a. in.,
and 7:30 in halilialli wheal tt
10 a Hi SI .tl. iii'iriniiK
NEW SPRING WAISTS
Jusl rM eivrl ii beautiful line of ladies'
waists in Kmbroideried, Ijice and net
waists for Spring.
Something Very Stylish in Lawn aid Silk
Our dress good department will show a
very attractive display of Lawns, Silk
Mulls. Mercerized Chambrays. Conine
Suiting and IngomarM These good are
the latent production for this) eaaon.
New Embroideries and Lace and
a beautiful line of India Linons
( )ur Shoe department is
complete inevery way and
we can satisfy the most
fastidious in loot wear.
Mememher we carry the
ROTAL WORCESTER CORSET
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
Rums this week
Mr. Bar I Washintrlon
spent several days at the home
attempt to.,, rui 1- i lookint? at land with inten
tions of locating
VY. Dawson has returned after
a brief absence.
Plans an' now Iteinjr laid for
a unique Fourth of July celebra
tion; which will be m the form
of a camping party to Stein's
A SNA!". ESTATK III
acres at Crane Creek pi;
acres farm land, the oth
ii it were very
Isrp'- it would be a fact of no
special significance in the pre-.-nt
ml'ia Rir i.s. how
ever, made to yield a quantity of
salmon far greater than regard
i ,dl pointl in
1'mi daad during the
m fi -it-
Arrangements are being per-
I by the Executive Com-
i the I'nrtland ('ommcr-
lub to atsajre the corner,
graaad Moor room in the new
The Last Msr
ciiina Haorgp, ir...'iaasfi
Mam an. I II m
rnBALi AT ALU HOUR
Bmkaey la unnaatiot
A Specially ef Sheet Order..
i ii i ttiiiii
i oi. hi
The Haiuey Valley Brewing Co.
I amllv I rmle Sollillrd Free Dallvery
T. E. Jr-NKINS, Manager
for the future suuolv uermita. 'Mimercini i mo Muililmg for an
pasture, all fenced, growingcrop. and the drain is yearly lascomitiK ' vl"' ; "f Oraeasj iirwlucts und
garden all planted, small orchard. murt. s,.ri,)U8 No one familiar '" adquarters for the circuls-
bernes of all kinds. -room house with the situation can 'fail to ap
with good cellar, an abundance , nn-, ,a,i- to the nr.
: with a mixed of fint Hmng watt"r' ('a" U' lH ;
Hen Kighf, had for j.40U- Also a desert re- furnish. -1 by iii. .one.
iunday. The 'hnquwhment, land all under f u tremendous amount ea fixed
ump ubtlywas v. fence srltha new boose well in- ud noting sppar;.
a the business as he did not sue- hed. cellar and v .Ms. Ii miles lurt. j
osed in susarmu over his tricks. "' "- " ",,u '"'""' tie river, in.- apisiratus e..m
o.i young peo- "i ing in fact, the smallest
Hruise a fund
aassf buviiiir a town ; hc benefit of our Sunset
' Oreron advert isinif mat-
tor. This room is practically a
ric ears betwin-n the busi-
- ! lion and the I 'nion I U-doI
inily. Portland busi-
ii an- williiiK to ay the
TsMt fiirinli. .1 . nil
lliinaik.l ..ll .i,- Yuur
You Must Sleep I
s, but they want to be
cleared andprjesab. la nets or ind of a permanent ex
B told that i250jcorrsponoe:H in.- l imes-rlerakl
oflV tad v,li: :iml il wa8 not mixed
Mir, o that peayed. All were'
m .ed members of the II. A
riicient und lutve
fting prices and
Sn r than
1 a dance will be
the Narrows Jum l
."irleston and lrftd Huron
sting in some
ick. The cows are said to be
land. IsjJM land
about 10 or 12 acres in growing traps, ovi r W) long-sweep seines, 'lii''t wJthy of Oregon, and the
Situated i mile east of an(j more than 2,200 gill nets,' co-operation of tin- dilferent aec
Lawen. Price $450. lM(. abt having an aggregate ' the SUto is all that is
Walter Gray, Lawen. Or.-, approximate length of over .170 ' " ' "" to m th under-
rafles; and tfcece appliances cap- 'ngs success.
The New Windsor IJar. under ture moss than 96 per cent
the management of Loe Caldwell, fish taken in the Oregon and Manan Pile Remedy. Price
is one of the most impular reeorts Washington waters of the riv. i guaranteed. Put up ready
in Eastern Oregon. Ii ejej in the flgaraa tar 1S04 being nearly '" Oat application pronqit
when you have a thirst. 009,000 jiounds, or 'JH.7 psj torsi W piles. Xooih-
i of the total yield Undei "'"1 heahi. Bald by The
Htrike to In- heard
.:. to U'
B found that to
800 pound Lm.-U
in in Burns an-
HB75 more than
Ht hov. -
K money is on
he strike attach
tas been sugge.-.t-iness
homkn AtiHstAsg asa MOM
meat i he iple
of Oregon for the fourth tune on 'ur mone for it
day. Why should it be tention given to
I will hold regular auction sales
tirt ;.nd third Saturdays
of each month at theC. A. Sweek
barn in Burns. Bring in any
thing you have for sale and get
nsles in the
necessary to vote upon this ques- country.
tion every two years? The suf
fraarisUi know, as do all women. Auctioneer.
that when the majority of w oroen
want a thing done, that thing a MAT ABOi'T SALMON PROTECTION:' apparat
j win ut uone. I hen why have
.are been besieging That n t ..al fish of our State
resenting petitions, need batter protection than is
, working, arguing and, lately, now afforded is agreed,
their 'rights", as You have aire.
call them? Because a ma- will receive considers'
jority of women are not behind ture on no mat-
the movement. ter hov. attractive the argument.
ident Pharmacy, Burns, Qrs
that but eomparativaijf few fish '"" ''(I Haines, Harne.
are p ,aT
Watan where iu
grou ; seated.
.tils of the meii
ssary ft salmon
iiidu.-.try of the Columbie Id
on a permanent basis 'cam.ot 1m
elaborated by the Departsaaat at
onsiderabli- n rook asaa
ey has gone over into
ni county aa a result of tin
iiirh came to a close last
Ae.-k. The Officer boys and Joe
( o.-.ibs brought a couple of horses
this time, but in Kcneral it may l" 'be races which seemed to !
pe, but tin
Iepproa) of The
is our business
Kited with a
ibout . t i . weak
kl chit .1
a . .
fciaiely interested 'hat they want a vou ou Kisheries are the
f the dock and
it m .
be said that ihere should be
a restriction on the amoui
in a g
section; (2 an adequa
clo: - season covering ". ly
pn ferably at ttie i,. .
unifiers. Masters and Wade
Hampton, Grant county stock,
earned .000 for tlu-ir owners
.11 twi II .ral
.. beta. Last
Saturday it was eetainaied that
not less than $JO,ISi0 changed
hands as a result of all the races.
Monday, Wade Hampton was
Wf ' Jl
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It ltlMFMtutl.1 luuvltllllaUII
im neat ni or lucr. cos
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laaafxi ft hi-af
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f raa waai ami 4mm awl
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la aW ISal t" mar Up U. o will aflk
trial i urTi
. ' .1 Ml. I' -
. will .! a
5 Or n!s
lari irwd. timl dlsu sf leer al Iki
Hajney Valley Brewery Saloon
;m itli DRISKS OK ALL KINDS
( 'ifjarn of lltnt Quality
NELSON A Ol.lWK, lnprirt. Hun; Ortmm
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TBI II -V I'OM VN, r...,.ri...,r-
Burns. - Oregon.
V He. Liquors and Cigars
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club knoms in Connection.
The Sleepine Co.
aaaa-T.u.iSU, , ( LtVltl MU.U. j
The Pul'l sher's
UNI 1 SO aiATta COUNT Of ClAilaS
iiirtj&Ht S (
la . m
Price Ul a
Cli. HSj ..
1. 1. LEWIS
litis, ilsl is fersua
Te ureas acstVsjf
Hi ina. i
of the salmon run, and (I I
in honor of Mr.
kV. Reed. Mau
imsisnot a man s question; 8top '.sider how much it States, protect ivi
u is a woman s question. Let may tw colored by self-interest, urea may b
me uomen oi tne state detiuv The United States Bureau of
force it upon them. ( :omull the pert author the subject
women you know and vote as and have no ax to .rrind llead
natter, but vote, what they say:
or the measur- may slip through Hon. Charlea U. Fulton,
by the inattention of voters or I ' Senate,
uMsnees which will fol- Washington, D. d
low the '.urge number of proposi- Sir: The departmetit real-
lioris submitted. izes the importance of the var
ious questions auecung tne sai- luster the selhsh intereht
e comes the Spring Winds mon fishery in the Columbia single locality. It is again
to chap, tan and freckle. Use Kiwi brought up in yuur letter Government re
I BSMflKAva . l...i..L..l.J J A . I " I . J a t 1 i. 1. . .Ii ? SI 1 . ...
i mcoaivf eruoiizu, tActs iiKe oi tne loin ultimo, anu tiiu taken and will mean a heavy tax
(Sign- AKS. Slli.'.
should pass. It is a biju.ii 1
Vote No. m X Yes.
Bill No. :aa was fmn.
ntlaaJd lot A. liedell of tins city
I. ration of something
like M00. Wade will figure a
little in the races this fall
a jioult. ata, sores, burns, this opportunity to make a thor- the State to carry out its previa
committee at a
made out the
cnappeo sain. bolQ by the Wei- ough investigation of the matter, ions. It favor im.ni.iu.iv and is
', curns, uregon. there can be no question that unfair. It should not
arney Oregon. the status of the fishery is un- Vote No. 333 X No,
Don't i ough your head oil vkej
.11 get aguaranu
in Bats Laxative Cough Syrup.
i opeciaily recommended for
children as its pleasant to lake.
is a gentle laxative thus expelling
tin pibleum from the system,
mghs, colds, croup, whoop-ing-cough
hoarseness and all
bronchial trouble. Guaranteed.
Sold by The Welcome Hiarmacy
PafaU, Oregon. Fred Haines,
i o. 1 1
i a. lad la
The Bums Flouring Mill
j fiKnfir, mi
.io!il:i'k.i",l( Mli.1. rTOI-SS iStulli
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