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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1908)
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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY. (MM CON. JUNK 13. I
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Tit Rfrtnt ftnrnrg Comilrg
Oovara hii ww i 'i.i"f.H(M mm f
IiiikI. 4,i:il.fi nrn vi t vacant mil
irv nii'l.-r Un fnliiir In ml lawn Oi
tnt 1 State
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-) IU IIIIINd
OF THIS IMS-
ttroaodn Art Nat
diatc Actiaa la
lof The Timcs-
of Jaw M.
that divide thorn. The school LIVE
building might have to go back
from the busier part of town, '
luil even that would have its ad
vantages. Knough aaid. Let
us do the right thing right now:
and do it commensurate with the
intelligence and enterprise of the
citizens of Barns,
OPWRTUNITIES Idaho stockmen, and thus kept
in the Northwest, had it been
possible to secure the stock at
home. It is a fact that only I
verj small percentage of the
live stock at present needed can
le supplied by the home growers.
Naa Nat Rrrn Devrtofca Safftcteatty ta Care Shipping in stix-k from a distance
MONROE WRITFS OF INDUSTRV
IN OREOON COUNTRV
far Prticnt DriMit al The Ha
Market Orealer IkataH Naa.
Ini STRIAI. NOTES.
I he great
There are so many splendid
opportunities for the eastern
men of push and enthusiasm in
the needs of a Portland is now a matter of his-
Roae Festival of t10 livestock business in Oregon
ping in Hums.
timet v. Burns
a new public
IK m werni.
heat and van-
we must give
ss. tor with
pi rd, the pre-
torv. It was
that it is difficult to say just
what phase of the industry is the farmer's (xn-k.-t to raise hogs.
entails a great exjxmae to the
packer, and. what is a more ser
ious consideration, it semis moft
OUl of the country to the east
ern farmers, while the manufac
tured product is sold locally.
i with wheat at its pre
sent high price, it is money in
an get a new
uirh we begin
a school luiilri-
rty in the city
d building is
(1 tenet "f the
lding is to de
han to increase
rt. in Burns.
thing more at-
nt one is to
le among us
led by asking
id opinion. I
of the Bums
ieve that the
safe in struct-
g west wind.
hi tnis tear is
ere seems to be
MOST the car-
safety of the
' ne least
a tl'oid to take
collapse of the
can the tleat h
s a citizen of
Aesilaled to say
Ht things, for
Bl that the pub
Bh this appears
DtfbRT " those of
Hthc alxive with
ult finding or
y in the
with a :
that for th-
hich 1 wish to
not forget that
ys anu gins.
ool phis ground
k memories clus
ot many of us
H hour when
id e leuily in-
pl property be
H-T- and girls
Bi'xi!. and nappe
Hvi a hard tinii
Hall or to throw
started ai tin
Monday morning, dosing the day
with a dinner that was simplv
Admiral Swinburne and the
oi her officers of the Charleston,
the Yorktown and rix torpedo
boats participated in every event,
and had much to do with the suc
: the program. The para
des wen- all superior, the auto
mobfle races were remarkable,
ami the attendance loth of visi
i home Mople at each and
every feature, is conclusive proof
of the Pacific Northwest
The Western Master Printers
easily the most
Portland ever en-, mo vigorously calling for at- as these statistics show: A hog
mon. io department, imm can be raised by running on
Ad Men's League ""'ng to selling, has been tie- stubble and alfalfa to the
Commercial Club sloped in anything like the pro- where it will weigh 150 pounds
portion necessary to care for the
present demands of the home
PARADE AN ANNUAL FEATURE
NO i UKSI'ASSIM.
RFCFNT NORSF SHOW MEETS
illinium ia I"' bidden
kteea aiii'in lag Ratna
WITH ra will lip .rintilil
i II VOKU1 I t
' pott my
Mitaial Pat aa I aal la later! Every
stn,k aa la Haracy Caaaty Vary
CrealtaMt I iklaMaa al Slack.
Notiio la liinhv given that liuiii-
iim isd itjooMag asee tin MMtoSad
lanrla f tha Atiiirican I. ami ( .t v
Ht,,k (',, ia lrictlv fori. i. I I. i.
An) " i oi or 'oil? foo i i limit-
ing or tresseMliig will to ptesteatod
to lh fuM Ktf ni of tlic law
I H Hill.
at a cost
market, to say nothing of the expenses,
irreater demands that will follow
each advance of the great pack
ing industry, now centered in
Portland. The Union Meat Com
concerns on the Coast in its
plans for a great plant on the
peninsula, utilizing some 3.000
not to exceed H cent:
This covers lalx'
At this weight th
hog is Ix-.st adapted for fi
pMrfMM and we will thftwfore
start with the original invest
ment of 150 pounds, at 3 cents a
one of the oldest packing x)Und, or $4.50. With rensona-
nle care, a hog will take on one
pound of pirk to
wheat or corn, and therefore
By failing to make a note of it
The Times-Herald failed to men
tion the recent parade of tine
1 ne. This omission
d lv the management
for The Times- Herald is certainly
anxious to encourage the brood
bg of batter stock in thissec-l MOTI01
tion and is willing to do its part
toward accomplishing such sn Ning anahla to Rive earporteaal
nu. isllrtiii !! to 1I1- ioII.c lion of II
The parade had but Btttf d wSto dso as, lbs 110 bsfo 1
acres ot ground space, and erect- with UK) pumds of grain, he
ing buildings at an expenditure of should put on Sit pounds of pork.
batWROT three and four million Figuring the garin at 1 J cent., a
ia preparing for a future ,Mun,, tnjs makes an txpandi-
.market embracing two shores of ,. ()f 04, Tms i,rintfs th(. ,,,..,,
the Pacific the Orient, and
Association, composed of all the from Alaska to South America
rinters between the
1 Mountains and the Paci
fic Ocean, met in convention
a dream that will Ucome a real-
cost of a 230 pound hog to $10,60,
and on the mnrket today a hog
is worth b cents a pound deliver
ity long before Oregon growers in in p,)rtland, or$13.80 a m.u
and shippers are in shape to ben- rinof$a.30a head to cover th
it land last week. The are ,tit from the enorm.uis e)K'ndi- cost of shipping
-mg and therefor' but few
horses were in except those at
the fair ground nnd in the im
mediate 1c1n1ty. It was poasi- ami. n
to have had twice the number
from the close surrounding coun
try and many times that many
"" 1-J.. n . ..
live pound i m,,r MBU u" nn(" !,UCK inrougn-
oui me county in-en drought in
for exhibition. However, it was
I i rj 1 leditable luiratle and
some of the Iwst horse tlesh to
be seen in all Kastern Oregon
Those who did participate de
serve credit for their enterprise
and will be benefited by it. The
animals brought out most favor
able comment from people 1 ho
art- judges of good horses.
plaOfd aitb Mr. 0. II l.-oh .il. ,
Vfar liavii it fn-- it -io. . ilo ill.
miliiiioii ul co .Hrlnrriliip a prompt
f th aasao i Netatod.
M ahkhkn ,V QaSMY,
now thoroughly organized and
imiortant city on the
ited upon the
Executive Board. '
In the valley around Cove.
Oregon, there will be produced
this year two hundred tons of
cherries ane five hundred cars of
apple. The Mople there realize
that they will need from two
hundred and fifty b three hun
ted people in addition to their
local population to pick and pack
the cherry crop.
A special Portland excursion
party will attend the Commence
ment Kxcrcises of the Oregon
State University on June 24th.
Oregon Association of
Till.- Men. which will affiliate
with the National Association of
Title Men. was organized at
Portland un Saturday. Delega
tes from many sections of Oregon
;riven a banquet by the
itd fraternity Saturday
. tion overand the
assura . great cherry and
crop, th -f all Ore-
ture for livestock, unless some
prettv eneriotu action is taken.
The truth is that Oregm
men are not awake to the fact!
that their prosenty is linked
with that of the packing plants.
Tliey have not fully oomprehend
il what it means to have a great
about N percent of the cattle
used are obtainable in Oregon,
the test being sliipM'il from Mou
nia and Washington. A total .1
350,000 head of cattle is used ,11
'iiegonand Washington oaiiy,
The packer far prefers to buy
rinmi. aHii awl A 6 aal alt a . . t ll.it. . I '
...i "WKiwnin " uw.B niMivl M,(K.k M npar homes
ready to take their hogs, uv (. r
and cattle on the htxf. If tl. . . ...... . m? . ,
were fully aware of the enor
mous and constant demands for
live stock, and the growing de
mand as the market widens, and
if they realized the thousands of
dollars sent out of the state for
live stock, they would give the
matter instant and practical
:ng about at once
to arrange for supplying the de
mand. Another thing there are not
enongh stock growers to take
care of the work of supplying the
great packing plants. Should
farmer in the state give a
projier share of his attention to
hog raising, still there would not
le hogs enough. We need east
erners thousands of them
in transit. Witha sulhcient hoim-
market importations would cease.
Possibly in the whole length
and bredth of our country' then
is no state so ideally suited to
live stock as Oregon; pleasant,
open winters and fine grazing
rflaJce it unnecessary to figure aj
loss from the rigors common to
winters in the East. Health
radiates from Oregon's swift
flowing mountain streams it
sweeps down from her wooded
mountains, and blows in from
the ocean. Bvery health condi
tion favorable to man and beast
is present; transportation facili-
It is the intention to make Un
horse show a regular feature in
this city and next year premra
tions will be Ix-gun earlv in the
season so that all may have their
stock in ibapo for the exhibition.
Mrs. J. L Sit, and son. Iouis
Junior, of Drtwsoy an
relatives in Vale. Oriano.
Baas Laxative Cough Syrup for
yonng and old is prompt relief
for coughs, croup, hoarseness,
whooping cough. Gently laxa
tive. Guaranteed. Sold by The
me Pharmney, Horns. Ore.,
Fred Haines, Harney, Ore.
ISf A J Irwin will pn-mli al
Ibirni-v th Jiul Sunday of oaoR
iionth at 11 a. m. and 7 .10 p in
Habitat h lohoel awry sabbath si 'J
I'ln- Haraej Sunday achnoi
at 2 o'cliK-k i-rnli SuiiiIhv ami a
Oflfdlai inviiHiinii in . xtrii.b-il s all
aim MM "tl" -ml to t mill ll
At tin- rVooaytonas tbsrefe
liuriia. b'i-. A. J. Irwin paator.
AtotaRRWfteM th thinl in. I fourth
Huinlayp of eaeli inimlliiii II k in .
ami 7 .in p in raabath whROl al
10 a. in l .Hi iiiormiiK
NEW SPRING WAISTS
Juat ranhti a.lx-iintiful line of Indies'
waists in Kmhroideried, Ijicc nnd net
waists for Spring.
Swneihinc Very Stylish in Lawn and Silk
Our dresa good department will show a
VWJ Httrnrlivo display of Itwns, Silk
Mulls. Meneried Chambraya, (orrine
Suitings and Ingomars These goods are
the latest prirdiM-tion for this season.
New 1 mbroidenes and Lace and
a beautiful line of India Linontv
( ur shoe departmettt is
compete inevery waySnd
we can satisfy the most
Fastidious in loot wear.
Remember we ranry the
ROYAL WORCESTER CORSET
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
MMMit. iiili. " ii:umiltin::tiiif!!ii!
I ac Use Star
Clilna losirif.', I'r..i i. inr.
Cor. Main ami II -
MBWlt' RT ntiLi HOUR-
Bakery in aunnaetiori
A SpKialtj ul Stort Urfcr. .
TsMo furtilxliiil Hilli evn tiling
Ilia inatki t atr.inla Your patron
aga mil .lie. I
SELLS S.m Ml: AD OF SHEEP.
I'. J. Walsh, stock inspector
for Wasco county, was in town
Friday and Saturday. He
was on his way home from the
m & Keenan ranch, when-
You Must Sleep!
he had purchased l.r,fMMi he.nl of
ties, by land and water are ade- yearling sreUwrs, th.- price Ih-jhk
iron should 'get buay" and ad- with their thrift, enerjo' "d tfr
V.'ith its latest addition, the To
ledo Iievelupnu-nt League, the
Oreg pment Leau.
liider the new national bank
ing law, approved May :)th,
' a Lied quota of curretic;.
will he .J. 11 1,000.
Stale Sheep InsK-ctir W. H.
with headquarters at ren
dition, wa m Vale Friday just
return m the shearing
plant at load Canyon, where he
was inveatigatiii" the cat.
the dying "f f many sheep.
pern-nee. to come into the state,
-.ettle all up and down our lovely
Wiilamette, Rogue River and
Hood River Valleysyes, and
we have many
quate; land is plentiful and can
be gotten m tin- moat reasot-alile
terns, and. in short, every in.
ducement invites the stock raiser
to Oregon and cast in
bis lot where a perietual now-at-honie
head. The sheep will
In- delivered at Shaniko June 2.
i liought for S. Red
mond, a South Dakota buer
who has just bought ,000 head
ipmetit to South Dakota.
'1 he price was lower than last
other sections iBUran,,'''s tl"' hijfhest PriceB ' mjRROB'r price, but was consider
that will prove equally advanta
geous. The packers are demand
ing a better grade of hogg, and
more pf them right a long. And
what is true of the hotf is true of
cattle, sheep and veal. The en
lire livestock industry is handi
capped by sparseness of settle
ment. At ever. raising
all along the railway lines
should be established a stock
man who makes a business of
rounding up the live stock of I.. of prepar-
ion and shipping to Portland wny for the coining of
his product, and where the fu
tun- ramifications of this market
are as far reaching as the world's
water courses or transiortation
lines. A. S. Monroe in I'aciln
I aiacr O'Brtco Leave Today.
This morning Father O'l
will leave the city on a mission
ary tour to Bumpier, John Dsy.
Frame City, Canyon City and
..r one under present mar-
' conditions. Madras Pioneer.
A Snap in Rkal Kstatk M
acres at Crane Creek gap, ho
farm land, the other MO
pal lure, all fenced, growingcrop,
ai'leii all planted, small orchard,
of all kinds, 6-room house
with g-'-xl cellar, an abundance
oi line spring water. Can be
had for $1400. Also a desert r.--
.- ini -liiiu-iit, land all under
with a new house well lin-
neil ci liar and wells. 14 miles
I xC y V ii
' lK!' V
I 3AM AND CANT SUET
i HI li CI. .UJuMrnanMirtonrf kwhk.
I ll I. . I ra .. !..! I..l I lie i
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Sliiiti i ii U....a4ljy SaOii.M, Ckraal
AlaaltallM. IMMtiuN Trawiiaa. I ', ..t ... i.l
StawuM-a TrwUt .. l liaiiin.
Maart IlLaaaaRlnaJiMajlli ,, ..i. Naut ,
ailnaa. Brataria. faUaaa, Maaiii .
B-a..r KMjra ii natilii raaalaa
I, .la. i.
!... u Ukajtaa.
.. a faj a (J
l fa. I. Uun aaa
ll t isroMiaik io u.iatkiiiuii
ini Mtcts.il of iinr -oa
loan coatiHuio tuifittiaui
W LiaiLr io r-i.oouci tauanr
(iKiai.u.. i. . i .1 la iiaaaaaiaafaMBaat
i, . ., I., i. ...i. Miapalaa, CLualai at
..,-,. i. i,i ... ikaj ll s Hurari4
. koiai K. IMU.
In lartlar U.at , ,u may t. If tl. ma wall
l"ii ura.. .Jina ntmm
aj w will aanai .. ....
I I -.
iarMil vl (al .auU, '
The Harney Valley Brewing Co.
Mninilat turara il
ure Bcxla "VKT,tor
I'amlly I rail lollcHed-Fnw Delivery
T. E. Jff NKIN8rMt.nager
Bhti a (aad, caal (ilau af leer al Ika
Harney Valley Brewery Saloon
:, amvu im' all cmm
( . of IUt Quality
SM.SO A ulUhH. Vriprirora. Hurnm. Oregon
d play giiMi-d """ "' llelJ l,ein killed on his own account. This could the Franciscan Fathers who will ! diteh. all level and line farm
I paying business, and one
would benefit the grower,
that Hums about th- l.i.-tofAugi
and Tiny will come from St. I.
are the best in the Hocks. The be developed into a snl.-nditilv locate and found a monesterv in land. Some land cleared and
10 or lli acres in growing
Situated J mile east of
Lawen. Price $460.
Wai i ii'. Gray, lwen
cause oi me deatn is tin- ueatn
or poison camass. It lias a yel
low spur or spike. The laves the packer,
are wale like an onion, single
The Sleepine Co.'
The antidote io this xison is ,)Uitt.
as well as hi i
Wnat is every man's business is
no man's l.usiness; thus it is
potassium- is-rmangamate 8 amke
ii his .
m through tl.. vrains-s iium carbonate 5 grains aeedily. to gt-l iht
t told that he ammonia chlorid 5 grains. The neighborhood U
m, in. Thia will
Hollar. He goes
H of his trouble.
R . u. i
potassiuin in-rinanyanate alone
I in water will do the
it regularly to the i alive.
no doubt this
be received with
the Catholic people
tin- state. Ii r
from I r
Fanners can club to r. get !. inn, a full lot and thr..
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
Tit. i W l-r..;
-Vllalco Xlilo X3ZoQ,d.q.3,stxtoxo.
ines. I iqtiors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tabled.
Club Rooms in Connection.
M. I.. LEWIS
iliac (la. la faraiiR
Ta sajsst Raak iaf
i..u.-.JBT Wf BITTER AIT)
IkALTlCALLYBK"' W iKT
; Mm-ii HE; ITOIE
,...i H .
Ovar COO TV 't m 8mu tor
Saaotitul agl, ijl a ik Ua l A
g.il.Ki 9i IH iiWtllI a
- a ieMSi BH 1 1- 1 -
11 fl Wl'
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Judge Will K. King sient sev
eral days in Ontario this i
returning to Salem yesterda.s.
a car, and snip direct m carload
lots; bul if there were a man at
each stock center who Salmon,
Ins time to buying up
and shipping at intervals, the
farmers, interests would be bet
ter looi.nl afu-i, and the
Pineule.-; for the Kidneys, 30 ers would be more readily sup-
brick building on U 1
First street bet ween Tax !
tot- e46,Ob(. Th.
r) a Ini
jhI to be i..
good interest on the amount
paid Portland Telegram.
.1 il.OU. Cuaranteed
P directly on the Kid-
io his : v relief in the first
when he I dose to backache, weak back,
application of M
"' l;i.. u I.. .- n .
Union Meat , ,'' IO' a" ,u"", u
i-iic-s, srxjiries, reduce
C. C. Colt,
for fear lam
Its the entin
provide Wei. Burns, Ore.,
i-oora t'oi I re.
According to M.r.
(lulnnan . the tuickei ., nf
kid- Pacific Northwest imjor ted last tiufl- s'" iditch.i.e. I
in S6, uarantasd. Sold by
Sold by The hogs, at an approximate value of rl "dmcs' narny. "
$1 a head, making the total
amount paid to the farmers of
Ldder trouble. 1
purify I he blond and invigorate the neighborhood of I'J -. iXX live
Schenk Bros, wish you to come
m the middle West 1,500,000. This in and see what they ha-.
Kn four I No. 1 Boston team collars $3.75 enormous sum would have been ou may order a suit and be
Bnin the atrseta J. C. Welcomed Sons. paid to Oregon, Washington and ' ahead of the rest.
1 will hold regular auction sales
on the first and third Saturdays
of each month at iheC. A. Sweek
barn in Burns. Bring in any
thing you have for sale and get
your money for it. Special at
tention given to sales in the
W. T. Smith.
Hundreds of people who suffer
from backache, rheumatism, lame
back, lumbago and similar ail
ate not aware that these
rely symptom of kidney
trouble. 1'ineules for the Kid
neys, act directly on the kidneys,
bringing quick relief to hack
ache and other symptoms of kid
and bladder derangements. 30
days trial $1.00 and guaranteed,
or muney back. Sold by The
Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Ore. ,
Fred Haines, Harney, Ore.
i JK ' ; nf :
f:l A mm
aaH. . . . - r .-HBaai &
The Burns Flouring Mill
25.000 New Word
t.uottor of Iho World
. -1 la
.... 1.1 Ufla.
NatrrMcgr jplilcat lictlui,ry
. i.iuu lnloj
2360 Quarto Pago a
.j. lu.k kUaJlr,-
lir Every Home
. .Iw'aCaUagUla IMIlua y I
I. mi i
ruLllah.ra, Spr.-afiol... H.
j a ruTVfliNr. propt
.MOieNHlf'I.K JIII.I. I'R0U-.SMS I'.sLD I
uuftioieni itu ta tuftfdy tin
ra 1 '111 a l()l in ties lit brtHitl stujf't-
! r'LOliri, RIM LED BARLEY, CHOP, AND j
All Kinds of Mill Feed always oa Hand
lit URV MMahlM MAk.Li Kklll PAID ION 00D MILIINu SrTUT
CU8TOM WORK DONE
: Good Seed Wheat for Sale