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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1908)
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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY nRKGON, JULY 96, I
IP )'? :
I Ul Sv
MIMO T(l SOCK
mark lUndlhii of
Hktrn by Hun
; Hfe it stwjt.
Bp:m nf School
Ht) I ho Sunday
Hb as-Horl Ihnt
! Kl important of
k has been io-
''Ur ines up-
n Pof fnrming to
Htli nrplus the
Biold over the
111. 1 1
H I nit is sup-
t" feociftv or the
priljHd loser. I'oor
of labor or
nil'ort. with n
KUfiei 10 oneh
nl. a wreieh-
it lamiiy, so-
In tho rapid
.1 in the
rill derive lil-
HUT HI K'XII
lnat. if in
HRe the not
I I horough un-
I i irer and
I ,.' . .Ill
fact, on the contrary, that SWIFTS COMMENCE BUlLDINfl around in our exchan
I nli-rlnlnmtnt" and (itatral .
tlvltlc Thrnafhaat Orcfon -finml
Raadii Caaltrencc art II
(Portland Correspondent i
Tho Cortelvnu Cluh of Brook-
"The best man we have in Oil
town for the general ro1 i
town is the one you will alwav
see on the front seat in th
jrreflsive hand wagon. He is the
fi-st one io extend an open ami
warm hand to greet the stranger & emmn
SIMM SM0O, flOT NOTHINU
it is almost wholly neglected
i so indispensable a guide to
correct business habits as a aim- COLONIST RATES SEPT. I TO OCT 1
jiio set oi accounts as almost en- WIDELY ADVERTISED
tirely lacking on the farm. The
farmer has been successful rath
er ii I ignorance and neg-1
in this respect than because
udoniv and careful manage-
But here also a change
in the right direction is noticea
l i i now generally recog
(hat there is a business
side km. Other
thinga being equal, the farmer
who conduct!1 his operation on
strict business orincinles is the
OM who forger, ahead and is week was a great success and and abroad and bolievi it to b
NO I l: I li.
Hmtllti i- l.rlnrlil.i.
and welcome him to the be
town in the state. He will r
sent an insult to our town qnicl
or than he would I slur at one I
his own fntnilv He verv polite
lyn. N. Y.. was represented in i lv invitps th(, chronic Crok.
Portland Sunday by a delegation 1V,. on He js ov,.r ready i
of one hundred and twenty-five rU( ,. JUR( proportion t,.
.I' its members. ,,,,., ., ,l)lhiir character.
The Cherry Fair at Salem last He talks up our town at
ore the greatest benefactor
mpted a num
ber nf higher institutions of
learning to in
courses into their schedules of
tudiaa. Thil la particularly
many were present from Pmt-
A contract far $75,000 for the
! construct ion of the foundation
of the main building for Swift &
Company, to be finished within
ih. Itost place on Itod
earth which to live and d
in In barfed hare when h
M m all try and be lik
man for one year and oui
city will take on new lif
tMltfilr si n aid liffii- I, t 1 n. 4 ta-n-lci if
true of the land grant or agricul-1 '
tural colli Nor is Oregon The Astoria Regatta, with
behind in the procession. This thirty splendid aquatic events, is
now tandencj In edaOldOfl was scheduled for August 27th, 28th.
bj the founders and 29th. and the rnilroa'l aojjl
PAKfUl 1 1ST Of NEW Bonks
Following is a continue
of the institution and a literary I made a rate of a fair and a third the list of new Iwioks to l
has been offer- fot the round trip from nil points (,n tl. IholvM of the public .
ed by ill Oregon Agricultural 'in the state. jbrary alnnii th- tirst ol
Oollei no 1!0. The schiM.I -- ......... .. . . month. Save the list f.n : ituro
of commerce has kept pace with
th" i niv, lb ol the institution.
The board of repents has rc
cgni7.eil that tM institution
should .serve all industrial classes
alike and Un courses have conse
iiui'nily been expanded so as to
mill the growing demands upon
it While the aMd of toejMM
emphnsizes work preparatory to
general In commen sal pursuits, the fact
ihat (MM i business sidi- to
. ocution has been rooo
ed by providing elementary
The Washington State pNM
association enjoyed one of I lieu
beat annual conventions at Van
couver during three days of last Itosalind at Bed (iate Nichol
week. A trin un the Columbia Croat Seen t .Oppei
River, a trolley ride kg Portland Mysterious Mr. Snbin
and a bancpict at Vancouei
were among the feature, of en- Avengat .Oppenl m
tortainment J Lane that Had no Tun
. , ..... .I'arkei
juuge ueorgai. tsaiuwin. i
Praaident of the Oregon develop- , nden
it league, and Mr. W. 0 pium Mary Smi(h
Smith edit.., ,, the Klamath Mrs. Keats Bradford..
Falls Evening Herald, were in ,..; , -,,,..
i oruunu rwiuniuy us bik-cih. ,. ,,, i,m,,t,,n nf JMn.-.r
Litrht Fingered C, in try
t i . if Avis
couice.s in business methods es
pecially adapted lor the fanner. committee from the Klamath
tonal man and Falls Chamber of Commerce
I) for the housekeeper' This to invito the Y. M. ('. A. excur-
an exceptionally sum imrt.v which goes to Crater A 0 ....
,.r ,1... ,i a - I'-t-TT. . ..... pinner in the Sun
is regarded m:
Strong feature of the (). A. C. Laike August 7th. to arrange th. .,
, , ... i In the Alamo
voiiiiiH'niiu wurn uiiu ii is e;n'i-i itinerary so as io inciuue u visit
ed il will make its sflf felt in to Klamuth Fulls
evirv phase of industrial activity
AREV ACT X'CLAIHATION COMPANV
MUST MAKE 00OD
Srtttrr Oaca Fkrt M T
(.oliimhi SmiMwra CfMir--Nl
Mr m IVMvr m4 THk.
Threatened with the loss of
his home and the improverm
ne nas made on a tract ol land
rook county, J. N. B I lerk
has U'gun suit in the circuit
iri against W. A. Ijddlaw for
ihni damages. Ijiidlaw is a
ncipal st(H'kholder and general
manager of the Columbia South
em Irrigation company, from
whom Cerklng purchased the
land but he says lidlaw is un
'able to deliver title without fraud
ii,niii tin Tinted States govern
ment and committing suborna
tion ol n nury in making proof
Gtrfcinfl paid f. 40() for the
land and water right, and he
Oyi that with the improvements
he has made the place is worth
00 today. He cleared 100
. I led 60 acres to alfalfa
I the remainder to
and vines, lb-
ran laterals for irrigation and
fenced the place, only to learn.
as he says, that the defendant is
not able to furnish a good title as
it agreed to do as soon as he had
d ig for the place.
I In 0 i the Columbia
leathern Irrigation company
have been under tire for some
time, and Cerking'ssuit illustra
tes tin DO nioti of settlers who
pH. faith H'ttled upon
the laud and made iminvcmcnts
on it. Portland Journal.
MM IMII.KlMU TO MOVE.
pliiei- Riljtiintng i
r m II In- iiii..,i hi il
i il MHiill.Y
.uiii'i- i- le hum girpn i li i
ing und iihiioting upon On'
Unil- nf h An itii hi I. mill l,i
l..r t.i.l )
Aii' i I
ing in Ut-i'.i- 'ii il
to th" full illiiil nf l(M lnw
K li. Hin.
PfniB ininiili- Vi Hi n nir parnoiml
Kit. nlinn In il ' il
rutin' n it in ii . Mi -i:ii. Im
pi .i I with Mr ('. II I A
having l:i'-' 'I -ii iin ih-
Milll'iili 'il H' llllTflllp H ir,i,it
- - I
M iinN A i.
Rrllftoan Srr !.
It.v A J Irwin will prcmli ii
ll.irnry tlir '2nd Miimlnv sf SSetl
..until t lis. in. mill D i' in
Salilmlli M li'Mil every Mlibsth nl 2
I in. 1 1., i ii. i Hunday sobool meHt
! Nt 'I o'clock "Il NllflllllV mill It.
conlul itivitmnm t i tlrniliil .. ill
wlin run ntli ml I t illi u
At tin- PreeO) lenan 1 suran I
Ibiiiin. Itfv. J Irwin geatni
DVinMrvti'r tin' ilni.l 111. 1 Imiitli
HUIHUVI Of em'll llllllllli.il II II. m
lid 7-.'H p in rwh' Nil -i liihil H
10 hi .ii, morning
" --..-" .''. ' .- .
NEW SPRING WAISTS
Just received n beautiful line of Indies'
waiata in Kmbroideried, tare and net
waiatx for Spring.
Something Very Stylish in Lawn and Silk
Our dress goods department will show a
very attractive display of dawns. Silk
Mulls, Mercerized (hambrnys, Corrine
Suitinga and Ingomars These goods are
the latest production for thia season.
New Embroideries and Lace and
a beautiful line of India Linons.
( )ur Shoe depai tment is
complete iip-v tv way and
we c in satisfy thr most
fastidious in loot wear.
Kcmciiihcr Hi carry (he
ROYAL WORCESTER CORSET
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
tbroinrlioiit tin? state.
Muman I Hume Liiiii,.anJon lor Aafanl.
"Tin A intrust issue of Woman's
Home ('oinp.inion is full of de
ttghtful storii's just the rurd
sort of mid :-niniiior reading.
k tti tito muiruziiu und
boh at the little Dutch boy and
tin windmill on thr cover makes
you feel cool und comfortable,
when yon ok'h the n unfa -.int.
iron "ine across enough
.me and Find Me. I
Magnet io N i th R ill
The colonist rates from all points Slots of the Cross Rowggi r
in the east to all points in dp A FofBkg Gtffo Viing.. m
gon commence Sent 1st and con- He Fell in Love with his Wife
tinue until Oct Bltt Kvery com
mercial organization and every
citizen of Oregon should begin to
make these rates the subject of lnd Ho
tafeffj letter that goes out of the ! A Modern Madonna.
state. The fare is $H0 from Mis- Postscript
souri Kiver KinUi. St. Paul, lul- Sonny
uth and Winniireir: SXJ from St. On tin-Fan of tl..
Iouis and &IH from Chicago, with
Dtoporl innate rates from every Affairs of State.
ix.int in the United States. Winsome WomanlnxMl
was to h
I him in the
to not !.
I tin technic
Uti, points out
K)'-ri of lai'tn
Bexces.. of all
kii that the
- i: lipfiMiiU'd, dur-
10 Hsi . into the
1 1 ofHir.ihi-' depoti-
Ht. Ho points
HaiKi more in-
han tlkv.'ia-e inor
i nana .
stories and entrancing illustra- No meeting was ever called in
donate enjormont for Oregon whiei, haa attnMBlod tha
month. universal I ian tluit has
Son i' authors are Temple bean created by the Oregon
Bailey, Juliet wHbor Topkins, Oood Roads Confaranoa, which
Tried for her Life Southwortli
mg away of Mrs. lack's
is to be held in the Coineation
Hall, (ith floor of the Portland
nercial Club on
His own People
TuJ- Black Bag
Aug. llth. An effort will be Koyal Manhood
made to call the meeting to order ( , . g
promptly at !:.0 a. m. so that
there ma bo a morningj un af-
On Life's Threshold.
.M:inon Hill. Kutb Wilson Har
Mas lsiibel Pfik, Clinton
rflald and Harvey J.
0'Higgina. And when ' tell
you thut thesi are illust
rated by Orson Lowell. Alice
r Stephana, Charlotte Woo-
t.lei and other famous ternoon and an evening mission.
I Will appreciate what The railroad.-, haw made g Mate
Nttt thai .summer magazine of a tare and a third for the
has in st. mi. round trip for this occasion.
1 here ai k and practical Delegations representing every ,.,.;,, pnt.iniwi wt.t
thiiij.' tOO Doctor Hale tulks grange. taW commercial bodies, inn
in Ipfully about "Sleep and Re- and the different counties to be sheuhei-d of the Hilln
ion." "The Garden in apiKanted b the county judges, I,.., ,- ,,... M. ..,,
.u- "i un- .ii.iiin.-.
nm- are u ivadv reportino; tbat they ,. , .. ... ., ...
unuiT i ne iv i"
not of Bbjo
Coming of Hill
Vanti .Van Uyk
Col. I R i'lace roorixeii I
telegram Wednoadaj front Port
land, Maine, stating 'hut the re-
1 MAMa ..! , I , . r ,.. ( li. . .... . ifirwi .. , ..
,, ''IH I. I,IIH. H' III. I 1 '"I feilili.U'
lion ot tin i .iiin.rnia, fMevuiia,
Idaho & Northern railway had
bean received and that the me't-
in board of directors had
adjourned until the 17th instant
it which time the officers will be
I and other important busi-
ransacted. The Western
tin e- will In-located at Caldwell.
hi' will lie a local treasurer
nd one local director will
be a reside m of Caldwell.
ire.ving outiit left yeater-
r Sbeaville for the purpose
oi miming a line to .Ionian Val-
li and I)e Ijunar, with a view
nt running a branch to those
tniin.l to lie prac-
t ii able. It is itoHsihlc that the
may extend no farther than
nar, but the result of the
will determiti" tlm xnn:
Vale ( iriano.
Tic Lsat Star
i 'l. In i laatgi . I '"i
iii mil i
MBmj- AT Abb HOUK
Bkwpy in a nnaatlo
A Sou.jll) sf Srt Orstrs
Tallin fiiriillii-it mill ..- . ii.lnit
lb iiiaikrl hIIii.Ii Vuur pal
The Sanity Valley Brewing Co.
I amll Irailo miIKIU'.I I i . I VIiv i-t
T. E. JFNKIN8, Manager
Ynu Must 5iecp!
Susan Clegg and her Friend
mersalad.s, m at :.ndsubsl:Mtes will be present l vary editor in
for gaaaOj b) Paanle Menu Far- the stale is a delegate at large,
nl Christine Tarhaaa Her- us is the mayor of every city,
rick, the Summer Fashions by und c. ety count) commissioner.
i !i"..i.i VI -i . . . i i .. ,i 1 1, 1 Baa ana A ., asai ,,, '. I . ....... .-.,... -..,!
; v.f ,::.,.. :rz .: z .. ":",,:.:: r.r:: : smiiin. -round thworid.w
uuj u ti. & ....., . , .. m t.uL .:-i. i nun n ill in: iiiouc mi.,. . ll'll
oi the Ihiaga that will in- et rid of long winded gpaechas ,, JBatt A- th W i''
I most every woman who and to get down to actual work y Acro8b ' .,. ' '
loads in the Am U ..man's that will produce results. ., , , . ,
jny jjosi uui'iiiwi
Mr. . J. H. Ann.
bare li.e.d.-. morning for
. County ranch.
NEAT TKIS11E TO Till I OWN HOOSIbK.
Thoro are always a men in
It) or town wi, :
for its advancement than all the
others combined, as leaders und
pathfinders in new movements
ul tuuaf Slrauitu
A oung man (v
I will hold iVKidaiaui ; acvuiu.t
liKikinj: to public improvements e'ly named
ii j . Burr has l--eo
.' 1 '-ranch n llar-
on the first and third Saturdayi Ofoouraatha rank and tile of i whowanbr". 'ht
of each inonib ai tlu-C. A.Swe-k the people are belimd maii.-i- of over fr01" Pluah Monda Aitb
Bring in any- this character but without those the editor, -in .1 in tlm .
thing you hi and get wm, lut. tu. ilUaliVt. U1i .,uu. aoaday morning, lb evi-
money for it. Special ul- .,Iv the steam and hot air. if oik dently in the !o t .,,. k
i ' I out tention gi. in the pieaseni (lW things an d consumption ur paaomonia
gHL .:.'; minor country. in the way of exploiting there- he assayed the trip from I
lerstam. w- L SMITH, tjourceb and opp,; tunities of any but us there was no pin
uul of ru-lors.
community. mere ne insisted or comiinj here
Some men are naturally built where he could obtain medical
!.a.uie Cough Syrup for on this plan und most of the attendance. The remain
the pi ing and old is prompt relief others ure looking to them for the bunds of Coroner Wallace,
rj Iuk'Ii for coughs, croup, hoarseness, udvice und guidance. They ure who is muking un effort to locute
. I whooping cough. Gently laxa- not only valuable in the growth his friends ur relatives. I.ake-
ie uu iiuaianteeu. ooui oy ine or a city, but ure invaluable. A VM5W xajuiner.
$ that phase Welcome I'liaiinacy, Burns, Ore., tribute to their class is thus paid
ItlKHfcH IMKftliV COUNTY M4N 00 NtO?
ucording to a news dispatch
from Marysville, California, a
i tin-name of William Sis-
is drowned there recent lv.
and it i-. thought by several peo-
in i that it was possibly the
Billy Sisaon who fonnerly lived
m hern art of thiheoun-
I lure he was in the stock
ass, later selling out to tin
mcricun Land & Live Stock (',.
i in- dispatch says:
"Two men ure held pending an
i nation following the
ning yesterday of William
i n in the Sacramento river at
in. Sisson was in a boat
with two companions, who gave
their norms as Cornelius and
Smith Tba boat capsized and
drowned, while the
.m ash"! neliue
had started to pack up his ba-
paratery Io starting
,ada, when the officers
compelled him to remain until
the inquest, as there waa
regarding the ex
act manner in which Sisaon was
Fok Sai.k Desert land claim.
320 acres in desirable location,
on which second annual proof
has boon made. Purchaser can
have option nf as.-iiKiiineiit or re
linquishment. Inquire at this
office within kSJ days.
Booting and building paper,
ist economical and up-to-date
material ever used for these
purposes. All these good things
to be hod at C. H. Voegtly'a.
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Nov a fwaj, csel tilau ( let r at lbs
: Harney Valley Brewery Saloon
nit ltKI.h.s nh Ml ANzs
( wmol Htxt (Quality
NKLSON ollM.ll. I'roinulurn. Hum. OrrgNM
AKSOLU1 ELY FREE
Tho Sleepine Co. '
Dm,.'! IJtVM AHU.O.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
l in- 1 1 I DON
Burns, - - Oregon.
3clo Xiiio Hoa.d.q.vuartox-9.
V ines Liquors and Cigars.
hilliard and Pool labks.
Club Rooms In Connection.
I. L LEWIS
will ba (lao to (iralah
To aartas otiirisf
Sot lis laiiMoa)
3 L7 &-'
K ;1 -gaa- Hill
.3 utitTicAi imjs V ; . i
"' Bautlful m-nu'ia
m-,. bbGb BBBB I rim.il
. MTI wiM..
Slion? No. i nl Haines. Harney, Ore.
in a jiaraKraph we timl floating' Job printing The Times-Herald
Wanted - Fifty or 76 head of
stock to pasture Chas. WlUION,
G. A C. MEKRIAM CO
. uMl.slicra, Sprlaa'Uia, M
The Burns flouring Mill
J , ) i iVNf, Propt
mm w ' i ii mii i. pkocess h i ti) i
b'ullij i -i
FIOLi, mm BARLEY, CHOP, AND
All kinds of Will Kd always on Hand
1.11- IP uHiiibl lAlaal PQOI paid ton dooo iillino WMlaT
CUSTOM WORK DONE
Good Seed Wheat for Sale