The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, August 22, 1908, Image 1

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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, j M'iH ST 22. . us
NO. 40
STERN Governor Chamberlain's atti- TIE TRUTH ABOUT ORKUON
hide OR the Central Orepron
I transportation question is well
i.i i'.'WT mrn Known nmnniy lomr. nam man mi ur-.u.rin.n nrct..-im iu ic
mihv I but to the people of the state, noon shiiwinu
TlMre is no uncertainty, therc-
for. M to what course of action
rteu at nrt I be urged by him in the din- hi torn B-swtaiaiif a ,. s.
hc from
r ' '
Bt to tin
Taa MaStttP raal Wlio Caaw
Frrr R-ara I.t in lirt.
In the effort to secure new in-
Stanley, h
h u ten Irrigi
and nn
road
i of the niilroad situation
during bis stay at Pelican Bay.
It h "t the known at-
fifiwt.i flT nil tlii'rwi tf Mr Hnr.
.- -,j habitants and to induce Eastern
nnian ive guests and
the added official connection of capitalists to invest their money
Mr. O'Bri'-n with Mr. Harriman hcrr. Oregon occupies a strong
m& not I and the O. R A N. thai the in- po-toon, beoaui ptioti has
Bthi this thnc i nfter been resorted to for this
n ring a deep purpose and none is necessary in
Is wrii-MUn,iM.lkl,,.(, It is believed to be "r,'," I" make a pood
II within the range f probabi- One may look Imtnigra-
nit of rhe con- tJon lite
J will be the commence- irhoii! the United S
kd: , wrk on the years 1(0, Mid tin.! in subsequent
kilt. ad .lI)(i much hoped developments a fulfillment of all
I :il I, the Cascades the MMfftfaM that wei
'on thmui i. the central part regarding the ISSIUISSS of the
.tincture with country and the Opportunity for
main Una of the 0. R. A N. new enterprises. In main re
spects the representations that
county v '' iu
PS. In
i-ed with
city and estnbli
first newspaper in this
Harney Valley Items.
Since 1SW he hfcS folio
. i . I.. . ,1 1 .-,. !
leacning exclusive. mm '
i employed almost eontinua'
ly in ; He had held a
tiori in the Harney con
high school its establish
ment and wa i contra
the Mini institution for the com- I
ing year. He was one of '
best instructors to engage in the i
i in this count
was very satisfacior
Although he had stiff red i
stantiy for many
d did
implain of cal mlirnisi-
COURSES IN SCHOOLS
iv i rmEimRY n mm
Sti i t i
.
Ill II .
tm a I
Pi
iKi I I
at)
'.,;.'..
NO I'RlCftlMHHlM.
Orrtoii Capita laa l'a I alp fw TraiMnt
"iltioul Icavlaf Hilt -F t lhK
f art tacraaa.
numler of important
have been made in the
N.'i i. ill ii It ii nl-
ing i ! I Hug iiwii. i .1
Imi'l nf th--
-'
I Iniiit-
mm of study tr the "Nl
I ,v o.i.l Kir.), a-l.1- ,.f U thtl ft'll V
, , : , nil.
i pn-immi uy .-"luperiiiienn-l'ublic
Instruction Arker-
H mi h M
A teachers' training class
is svurvrested ai sti option
se for the tenth, eleinth
and twelfth-year pupils in the
hifrh schools of the first elasV
tives. H' our lines work are prescrilwd
Hi of his
I
am-
lian
i
near Ontario.
were made were too modest,
owing to the fact that our own
people did not realize the future
that awaited this state. Th--lumlK'ring
industry has develop
1 nan
i 'eliean
mun-
MK. IUKRIMAN AMI (IPtdON.
Journal has the
I 1 1! Ii iw i nir ... 1 1 1 nt'iiil .'. mllrwit.t lir
1. V.II-'II.H 'llllll. IIL V. J.' j,
the visit of ",d ,M'v,mi I"'- eJ?
loose who nun "i our loresi
day,
n an;
Kl
1 . lain and party to
It .tiably surmised
though i' OM hi-only a surmise
of Mr. Ilar-
rnor, Mr.
S'-.nley indi-
wealth and the value ol timln-r
land has increased n.any fohi
more than anyone i..lieved it
would.
aan who came
and invested judiciously in tim
ber land has failed
by the citizens of this commi
ty and many of our younu piOple
deplore his death and IMOl j
sant MKMittlOM w-ith him in the
scho.il nKilBi.
The funeral services were
ed Tuesday morning at
Baptist church of which doosaaed
was n niemlier. l!e , '. W, Ho
man conducting tin
ind the A. I v
of the body and interment
made with the ritual wervict
Art of teaching. 14 weeks; ob
tion work seven weeks;
practice in teaching, hvm weeks;
state cotirsi ot study, four weeks;
practical school problems, four
Pupils completing this work
be given certificates which
will U honored at any Oregon
state normal school in lieu of the
pmcribod in poigog m
leshman year. A detailed
tutline of the work to be at-
l,i
m.
Ik"
As
Ht
r ' '
Pr
r'
"
f rttt I !. . . Li iiiiH (n
' "" n,,u. ,.w .
i i i amiosi uiiiiimuoii- inoiu vm mn
nruuu inniugn ,.,.
I he
Industry n I'.: item Oregon has
sloped more rapidly and ton
much lai tent than the
most oil' hu ' i"'- I"
am crops
iicoil annually uti
then
not
d
n claims
pat
saye, what i
ii
' mnmH
lh'ii 1 1 in t!
Cham
C
tnplution.
' H.irriman
lin rlgh
lit from I lw
fc
tioi. in that region, pro --- """ -"
.....;. .i,.,, i... ,!.,-., ii, tried in sell twenty years ago.
illui ii u 'in mil.
with .'. iley. h is to be
hoped that the great railroad
magn: not be able to se-
i'roni the
.. i,e has Dron the south
.:ivi mude fortunes on Buch
land. This state has always
been advertised as a tny fruit
growing region, but m who
trieil to indues inmit'nii..i !
K.. '!. I..I.1 kit. If ill., l..n ..I I 1...
.ntrul Oregon. weaUhourorchaKlN
Utile S
tme
II I .
I
fPn
Be
biMpi'
'"'
Hhut
Hill
I
u iNWiuvv curuuiyi, ,. . , .-.
UUVti SIM IIU n g'M .'Hi' tii'i
not then una:
ui-on p"iui-. t.-iuui.! i.
ui.it ne win immeuuuriy ouuu u
I . Ii . . iiiii
liJUIi "i UUUn iiK'uii -"wisv
ii i ...u would
ii money win nuy uiiv uin
. ,. , itory of I'ortlund WW u p
1 ha Mr i linen hhoul I Ik .. ' , , ,
.nt. for
M has boOO
... i. ., bed lij guud 01 -
chard land. Never in tin- his-
lion mude that fully mea
t . . U. pm. . i. i L, . T n I ! eaw
vi, , u , .' :"' - ('"' " '
, ,.. ,, city property, such
ienced here in the last
ee '" : i,llt ,i , .-.
MIIVT CUID. IW II. .Ill 111.' 1.1...
rt-
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i-jcuw
in.
,l
..
it.'r '
itjad and
Wrl
.
s
m. liar-
b
I i
r, with hi:, well-
be invi;.
be qv
take I
ign.
will "turn
bttfld needed roods'
' in Oregon,
nd t'"i'K
;.tit They will noi comptala
hi;.:h high
.ild good big in-
UlHIlt. If
lOOl l bat
. help de.
in
people, Is nurturing a wioo not.
and i!.. et him half v
jieopK- of O
. feel, and their
:i tell Mr. Harriman
: nhi.u to
inn
; will not continue much long-
reprsseed and half
ii for lack cad roads
nod Mr. Harn
n build, i-.i;
m ..
P '
i
i)00 u '
to Portland and invi d n
on the ivpmtenUit.'
sihle tin ii
large praAi on hw nt.
Very f.w p
here fntm tin E
MToOl OVSJt reluriied I . I
mer homes to liv-. r
nuently they sent back rspOTtl
which brought tn.u ' i.
friends to join th- m In
of opportunity. I boj found, a.
reuidence in this
nUlte, that tin- description- ol th
climate and oth r natuial cond
were well within the iruth
and that tl Ln000fM
l'tii .-.lat. in ,s hid to li.
aat of the Rocky Moun
i !. ibsence ol
heat and cold, the prosiflaity of
mounlaiii and svusbore resorts,
the freedom from cycl
thunder htormi. and blizzards,
all appealed strongly (to
new miners and ha- made them
contented in their new surround
ings. then) have
disappointed in fulfillment of
Nowhere in
gone thai
.-
tbes
would find. :.
that order. Prof. Dillard wa a tempted in the observation work
niemlKT of the local lodge in and also in the problems to lie
v.i.a-h ho carried an insi food It worked out in the course
Many former pupil und of sti
BOigMOn attended the lutn ral The toachi is' training course
and paid their last tnl design. 1 to be of assistant-., to
.1 educa' high school students who intend
ilece.ised leav. I I : I Ui lea-ii but tsol thev ..innot
Iren. Als ReolKMMtoii th.-tnselves for
1 1 :.nd (harle that work.
Sup nt Aikerman is of
MtllDINU BE StAUi low SCIKNM !, , students
el rss will in
W, P lb - in:. . it that they will
crew of . eniu..llv t X- up inon- advanc-
the i.
build i.
g is made a half
puirs. Bo rapod I tbo work pn i ih It will Im- taken m
i half of the ninth, and
ne work citii- botnnj is made a mandatory sub-
iiinn' of i ui the last half of the ninth
ride. A two-year commercial
IQgiltg the partition designed lor the eleventh
i- en- an i .Mill grsjds pupils in the
trances to all . i ' '
the luiildii!;. and This course practical v
old foundation. When th the eh'mentary commer-
is completed ; the a Ticultund
,:.....!, -i
i at present w 'he . MM
Will be addeil - of the st;ile will
to the oorpo ng I .-urses
and the iuiiiiIm r of
'R UIUB. ''' '"' ll"
high
Ihe clansifica-
lolli.w.s A IiikIi
, i urstclass one liav-
He earn ly p " ' "--v.-ar courses.
i .0. ompanied by :i" three teachers dv-
n. whole of their tun.- to
Ii will take 60" -rk; second class -
or tin three-year courses
.ii two teachers, third
,, He w ':' ' Of "re tw.. .ear
and at least on.- teacher;
i-s one-year courM-
acher.
;dl the Imef j
bipmenl M 1 lrn has tinihel put
h lb Una up his hay crop and has it
stai. purchased a . Mr Higgs has be-
lot of beef stuff in tl 160 aai Mi tons of eboici
and Pn . hay from his Ochoco
'ing in. I' H besides llllllMo
Bull will ilfu 'it. r farms up
i. I.
Hllllitl ' III. i.
Cllll. I . ' II . I. i i ' l l
ll M I Mill, tl I II 1 Oil. ,
I III lll-
, I. I. I I
I'lll. III. Ill
m i ; . ..
Rrllfiiiiin mlir
It- v .1 Invei mil pr. iirli nt
tbo -nd Handel f nsrh
i. mill '. 1 1 it. in im. I J .ID p ii.
siii Hiii wheel sesry nniitmih I
p. in
Ih" lli.i iiev - Ii.miI inr-U
I 2 o'cIih'Ii r.i h i im In v sad ft
snrdlal lavitailu I d to all
in nil. ml i -. . ' itli a
i tin. I'r. -' - n ii. . buret)
Hu r ii- Itrv. J Irwin p.ir
l.- in hlrtl ui. I l. until
Sini'liiv . ol Nltb.it II
Slid 7 ;i e in tool nt
10 a. n i " - "i'n
I be Lose Star
RE8TAURANT
i i Ina 'tr' . I'nii
IMB'W-- n r ALU HO ih
Bnk ey i . e mneeti
A Specially of Sbnrl Orders.
Tft'.li. fun ihIk .1 .
Ih mark.
M(. Mil
ii. ,
i i' i
You Must Sleep!
3A4anV on wt.tr
mSm to kMh m.Wi . W
rfirn .-"- ' n Ha at
rnU. ImI f III Hi
StSBPtoati
liiimiM m
ikat mot aafi
MKt kHM fc b
SwImh. d- Uwt r niea
t
. OiiSiiiViii Sc VteS D-mgHw.
. i . . aaH ...-.. ii
ii it mrotiiaii to ovuituaail
imi oectt-iir ot titif. tos
loss ceaiiNuio tuinitMus
it iitin TO rtoooci lotMit
SLEEPINE t-TTft1
uMVUi llMl W '
. OhpH '"
It la gvoisiiUevl .Us lbs 0 M lufs Fuui
1a (Hssj Uubt g w iitfijr Up It. w mitimmA
ABSOLUTELY FREE
mni im-. m will mu4 i-auhr ttm
aattaa . ianH ' M taU, iu i
IM--1
NEW SPRING WAISTS
Jtint rOCVJlMl I hriiiitiful line of ladies'
waist in Kmhroideried, (4ire and net
wainta for Spring.
Something Very Stylish in Lawn and Silk
Our dreaa goods department will show a
very attractive display of Ijiwns. Silk
Mn IN. Merceried Chnmhrayi, Corrine
Suitings and Ingomars These gmtdsare
the latest pndurtion for this season.
New timbroidenes and Lace aad
a neautifnl line of India Linons.
( nr Shoe department is
ctitiplite inevery waj and
we ( n satisfy the most
fastidious in foot wear
Iteniemner we carry the
ROYAL WORCFSTEK OORSBT
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
n!t.tmuui:i:ii.ui:m.i!iim:usiuMR
The Hartley Valley Brewing Co.
re a
r
lai'lururt .1
I9M
ainlU I racW SeHcttvtl li IWh
T. E. Jt NKINS, Minuter
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
I 1(1 i II ,V 1'iiMi. W, I'-.prli.i
Burns, Oregon.
Wi its I Iquort aiul Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Woms in Connectl'm,
... . utL.J IT
1'JliNTIfflll
hkACTlClUT
K. w
W BITTER AND
CEIPCITHII
U Ii m
lUntTKU-U M,' ,T0IE
Ovar OOO Bfy M Sand ir
Saautiful ':jLf ' !:'
Osslaws. .1 Olroulfa.
. t. VIS
Will be clal in lira tk
PARTICUUBS
and I'HK
Is ssyssc i.tlnsj
INFORMATION.
hi Mi
DESIGNS.
MOMUMtNTAl. SN0M2C COMSANT,
- of rail
roads in . Oraoon. aad strong as
'"" . : .. Ol iiimii
r. .,, iu. iiiii
ui ol on is good
. bat
ration - ...:ii v.;.. i.:j-... vu:. wrt-uoiimn.
llll-
t ... .
hi. a
' Ii..
inn-
MB,
y lit AIM QPffjnf ttUUKU A 1)11.1 4KU
iii this Thii i"vi-
be wi II intarpraisd a eii Kauo Mmttm ':s a4
made
the
v
movement
nl if th Hi of tin-
mid hm ', all
would ivjoiee, and tx-
. f ! iendship to
Harriman.
Lat Swaday Frnslsf
tract lelivary,
A HIKIHlM. i'AKI.
Liti
I
in I
KM ..
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i I
.' esfclilb 1 1
the gv . ..'. .
-i j l.ave dont an vll ,r U't
iiaii Mr. lliiftfii, and stack
afu r ntack tinn-u the vision of
.im-i l. ..ii tfcf i 'i.inly ratd
Tlie bm.ii lia ban 'inuauall)
ful lliib u to -tar' ili
riKiii. a ..
hu . ..in
...
I ..i.. n itiick-
I the lea I sn there in al-
O's this danger to fear.
Hi Revii
pie wl uffer
lame
lumbayo and Himilar ail-
nU are not aware that these
The Slccpine Co
i
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a
The Burns Flouring Mill
j
i
k..m.. i . . au . eta VtLAHD
ail!
4TU . rilVAKT, Piopt
MOllkHN HO' 1 1:11 Mill l'Kl)ll: l
i (H THE BEST
Full II I -in,
, k .a , nl,
tu i tin
li . ,i,
v.rnniT.n'1
of tile
III
Prof. H. A. Uillaid diet! at th
family home in tliU city lastSun-
.'iiinv. at Mr.
Dillard liad Iouk .-uiFeied from
rheumatism and recent I
in Baker County, disea.se and droj land
spent ,:; planning a "Uarvesl Home forsev.-ial weeks his condition
the 3rd and 4th of had been quite
, whole county Prof. Dillard was burn J u!
ii-ri-iwill join in the holiday the very 1854 ; Missouri and cam
tand!"a.. rantMf Oragon in an aariy day. Hs re-
latruc-:l'n.i"'""i. .'.-iv.d liih education at faemc
University iu this state and in
' Job printing -The Tim ,ry '80' came to Crook
seodii ,. Dire ,,r ki.li,.-
en tea eu. a truqfck. J'i,n,ules for the Kid
1
.. !
liry Ass' i
Ed. II
' ' ( of Dairy
ion, I 1 1, 0i
cullu.. templating a tri
to the Pacific .
e in th" of th.
m Association Deoembei
.nd nth.
tt directly on tin-kidneys,
xing cuick relief to bMh
" and .-iher symptoms of kid.
I iu'.k incuts. ;)
I trial $1 00 . I guaranteed,
money back. Sold by The
iacy. Burns, On
Kame Ore,
u & Nichols base
loners for rcliiiuiishments.
them if you want to buy or
i v 1 1 rikni i ik1!!! i
Kecaull Ealarfatf
25.000 New Word
N . i oaxatlaar ot tha Warld
' -4 MIM) I.Una, UimI ou tka
1 1 LOU:., ItOLLkO BARLtV, UIOI, M) :
All hu.tf ui Hiil Iced alwd)i on tlaod
j lUr UH NUMbl SI lit I MU HU IUK UtWIMlLDU Hltl J
CUB OM WOKK DONE
j Good Ui ed Wheat for Sale j
ii
sitMry
I.4.1MI I...IM1
3JS0 Quarto fag a
m i'uu-. mm ii twit. . aba
Needed In EfsrrHoms
ruurrcacicrr
nu i . .. u i...
I aagala SaMt-a tsMita m t
. - -.ii-0H,Hl .'!. MMIna
I tumt tUtm. m kiM t i fllftl Mti
. nwlitoWrt-i--"lll .....,., i
O.ACMCMUAMCO.,
l-)il.liifi, SH(taM. Miw.
uiiiiu:iiuuu'.n-i . iiuimmi
TheOVR! AND HO L
Afford Ihe 1'st Accommodniioi
to he h: tl in Hurm tount
Ct.EHN l" 'M I "Ii tit, PALiTMBl. l
The pal) oiiagf of ull uu-i.l under the old maaagesieat
(Mpeciall) aylidted.
J me A. Punning, Manac.
MDUMUUUII
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