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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1908)
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HARNEY i on. SEPTEMBER
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"h ff rvnt ftnrnsu Couiurg
r.ivara an an-a of S,42S.HOn in in r
Irniil, 4,m:m,iWi inn tsl rarmtt anl
Inanity SSftSf Ilia (nlillr land laa nl
ih rnit. iI.hui.
t CfiNT. Okli()N
Tho pMHHm of tho wild ani
iti.'.I has boon known for two
THE CASE STILI. UNSETTLED tho roots nrd thus check the rar-
Last month we told
Ml SI Cl'T SHIPPINO RATES
TH AFTER years, hut only during the pre- WASHINGTON SHFFPMFN RFFUSE TO .. .. ,ht hlackcftp raapberri
sent summer has he been feared.
He does not soem like a cougar;
his traits indicate otherwise, for
no win noi tree, keeps away i
from pens and trap and never
shows himself b) day He haa
been seen at night however, hut
never within easy range, and is
of a tawny color. Ranchers are
inclined to think the animal is a
ron of the lion or tiger escaped from some
led with traveling show. nrid are prepar
ing to organize a hunt for him as
soon as harvest is over.
fcf the con-
PIP THFIR STOCK.
Smtfkt in Rrrtrara Ortfaa Otflclalt
Fafarcrai Orefaa Law4re Naw
I laatr In Crtariaal
in,l f. mit nil tl-i.. 11M Wttnd thl'
is fruited. Not too 1st.
this now. Hlackherrie. tfc
should have the old wood cutoat
look out for frost late US
month. Tomato vines, etc . !'
NIIClSSfON THAT WH L
Br M FIT m ii i-
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Cnntmlliin OrStr RaflraaSa
CaarfM aa Raaft Came
! afNMt fwC
When Circuit Judge Rean re- bo protected cold nights
turns to the city he will be asked covering of straw, newspaper
to rescind the Washington sheep- cloths, etc On large fleW
mens injunction which Judge smudge nres win otien ssve aicarrio,! into effect by Octvi !.'..
(iilliland recently granted, so it crop from frost damage. Imwl in an order issued by
is intimated, says the East Ore- Winter onion sets should go Interstate Commerce Com-
gonian. ,,, ,he ground early this month jgjfo" I" the case of the Cattle
That there is no proper basis xhy are quite hardy, but .
an injunction is freely deelar- mulch of leaves, straw asralaa the Missouri. Kansas and
local! fori Hy Dan r Smytho. wr'sry w.in't hurt them In the Norsh: irw..v other common earners.
ladwars, Adam George left hero Tues- f the sheep rommission. for he they'll le ready for use ear
nown on day mornins for a new gold holds that Dr. Lytle. state shin-p the spring.
Portland ! strike iust across tho line from inspector, had done nothing to
HO : i.i i i.
N t ; - ft Tan lin luini-
ins aid -InHiMna ui...n ha
I n i ' ! tin I ii I A I i.
A sweeping reduction of from i'n - sttteih
cents per hundred pound-: i .1 Inni-
" range cattle shipment, to bo in .- I
In Hip '"ill . i.l I in
I H. Hill.
(HWt TO NE
Denio when- ho has had a man
Ctivity to- named Tracv nrostwH-tinn-for sev-
the state ..ral months Mr Trncv u-ritoa
railroad most encouragingly of tho new
regard of! gtrike and insisted that Mr.
Masai for Qastga boom at once.
"n:i- SaVe r: 1 1 imod vninq hiivo lxi-n
Ti-I found and the assays run high
imni ..vis Mr Tmcv has
HiU'i -ral claims and there
ing nun i iiNMDMton MR who
i n"; will be absent two or
thriH? wot'ks and may lay out a
" ' re.
warrant the order made by Judge
Under the terms of a ruling
made by the sheep commission
all sheep brought into the state
from Washington and from some,
other states must be dipped un
der tho direction of the shoes
Pears are best when ripened
indoors instead of on the
The time to pick pears is deter
mined, first, by their known sea
son of ripening; and. second, by
the ease with which the stem
parts from the branch when tho
fruit is slightly lifted.
DsM your neighbor know that
The reduction carries out the
commission's condemnation last
spring of the railroad advances
Iti'inH ui. : tu if.vV ..in setwnoi
aiiiiiii'-n In i h I-. I i ..in i if in at
Max 'a iliif ii", llir saSM havr bran
. .r .1 Willi Mil II It i.iaiil. A
r htv. vi.sii
n Trunk i
im Ungon" is the
oage in "Printers' Ink"
..f I ho most
circulating the attractive litera-
: hat burdorn. the mails of
Oregon everj day in the year.
This year the Washington the strawh. if) plants are now
men i :p and in their forming dormant fruit buds for
stand they were aided by Ranger next year's cnp. and Hint tho
Schmitz. of the forestry service, crop then dejiends largo I uion
who issued an order that the tho care now?
sheep should not be dipped on i. ;a ;mrvrtAnt tn nick v nia
However, the for ,,,, , riKl.t time. II ed'n -"'ture College
ouresu reversed schmitr in whiIe ln1 sun js at i(H ,,lv,ht
i In.-matter. ii,.... ., ,..k. ujii.
wiv ass 1 1 i'i i i i i .11 ni
do not kiip o well I'll - d
ply to baana n
in ratis. The rates ordered cut saapasa1 siaes lbs dm-
an on range cattle from points
in Texas. Now Mexico and Okla
hama to Northern ranges in Wyo
ming, Nebraska. South Dakota
and Montana, and on cattle in
'carloads from the Southwest to
Ch i cago. East St Louis. Kansas
Cit New Orleans and Omaha.
A few weeks ago H. C. Adams,
of Walla Walla. MSMjfct suit for
an order restraining In I.vtle m
John P.ryant. state and county
:nsiM-i Inis fur HoiTinor ahaan
dvertishM' ,i.,., i,...i i ,i:...i i
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ing to regulations. The order
was grunted by Judg Gilliland
in the absence of i ircuil
Hut regardless ol the injunc
tion the Washington sheepmen
aie iiulile in a criminal way for
PM M l"V IIMIKN ilHI.ni
There is good news for east-
Oregon in the announcement
that Pivsiilfiit Kerr of the ( Ire-
convsiondence with the agricul
tural Krt.H at Washington in
an effort to enlist the co-opera-
the government in a svs-
nl o of en pa . i of ralit a prompt
fiii. in. nl "f lbs ism m fipii-ni. .I
M issom I I ll mi
Krv A J Irwin will prrach ai
lUrnry i ha Jml Su ndar of each
iniiilh at Its. in. and ' .till) in
Sadlmlli Sthool nvary aadballi al
I'lir II .... Hundsy sebsel M '
at 2 o'oliHk i li leeaWf and a
i'li'IikI invilali.Hi i- . ti. mini lo all
who ran allrnd I in i Oh u
Al lliH rYesbj irri in . Iniu'li
llurna In v A J Irwin pai..r
Hrvilii' aorvioaa tin. Hnr.l hi.. I fonrtl
MMMMaMaMSISSMsl " aMMMJSMMSI MSIsaSftBsaMaMMaMeM
NEW SPRING WAISTS
Just received a beautiful line of ladles'
waists in Kmhrnideried, lce and net
waists for Spring.
Something Verv Mvlish in lawn and Silk
Our dress goods department will show a
very attractive display of lawn. Silk
Mulls, Merreried rhamhrayx. (orrine
Suitings and Ingomars These goods are
the latest production for this season.
New Embroideries and Lace and
a beautiful line of India. Liuona
Our shoe department
complete inevery waj and
we can satisfy the most
fastidious in loot wear.
Remember we carry the
ROYAL WORCESTER CORSET
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
The Harney Valley Brewing Co.
Mniiiilai lunn nl
never Ih- handled wl
thi y will ru t Nearly ;ill.ge
tablos are jui.
! lefon' they are i
Mas of agricultural exMrimonts ' Mu,"'"v "f I. esMil II a. in
a l .. m
n ut mm
o, : I
in an auto
rkni tl... ,kktiait tu n su at . ... .a.
", .'" ;""."." , r nsvingnruugm their sheep into and Mr- s
.... , uiiwn u. aa. tu. MtaU. wllnou( dljiping. SO it ,l,.n ,hrl
. . 1 . . .1 I 1 . 1 Cm .a .1 aS ! sl I t .
"l" " is now churned. Accordingly the thoir sun
t iiri iri ittc iiit' i.iri in n h iMrrauiiiiL i . .. i m i .
bwBl:-M... i firTr",inaB!muuro-- !
for the eastern rt of the state,
CMnaiic and soil eonditioM in
that ms rarj wide-
ly in i liffereal districts K
of value i
iplicable or rasevaai to oth
er districl I'he chief i ieri-
mentation up to the present lias
been in the htsie experiment
ration ut l Mim. in which tho
M 1..: i-.m :ji..
S Williuma to glad- " u """Jm,,,, ",nt'r wiueiy irom
nd nri,,, "' "i tin-other districts, and
in wluvh the results are of little
I. on I
me to the
.. a little
homo of Mr.
- - trill IuiTiiSu f hit irmtwl mn. - a a a
" '"' :i.i .. u.. :i r . : :. " " ' - irioum wms cast over meir nnii.'
y after-'"""""" ' ,m',m' '"'..'" t i cal ed in Septemlx-r in which when ittl. ,;wriri. Ai...n wn
Bkd by fTr"V" ,r' case that body will have troubles tak,.., ,,, them. 11 ...
.... i 10 increase me Mini s aipuiution. ib.:j fw,m (hw.. ..; .u.i r .
aside trum thoae unsmg out of drowned in a nearby irrigatine
tracton., , Portland is to act as host to prohibition law violations. ditch which be had attempt.
h of the the American Har Asao. ..twn croM on a f(ot bridge.
to that iuuu, aiiwieBw"u- i cum Nts Of ACTKl ssi.s No more will his
flea of a "' ' Mll"n Mt Jseattie mis
past saaek say that many mem-:
... luru of llw AuiiiMiitiiin nliin
. ..... -'- t
b Oregon before re-
more will his pm
which has gladdened the heart:
The following special dispatch of his parents for 17 short month..
: from Marshtteld appeared in a ! I
I recent issue of the Portland Jour- While wo know it is hard fm
t thst the
i re based
turning io meir esswrn names. inaj. Fumncial dt.pivjalion u( v then to give up their loved .,.
id Chambers of Com- genuine sort struck the Georgia let us not forvp-t tbat Jesus hat!
some of fierce of Japan have extended an Harper theatrical company, which Mid, "Suffer tin bttle ones to
men in mvr. representative played lust season in Portland come unto me lor of such is tin
d J business men oi the cities along and later went touring for vaca- kingdom
th the Pacit'u? Coast to uarticiuate , Hon monev. In Marshtield laxt The funeral services were held
in an excursion which will leave week the pay uf the players st the home Monday aften
San Francisco on September 25th. stopped and tin . ere forced to and the little Imdy was laid '
M preferring to go by anoth- spend a short vacation on Coos rest in the cemetery at Drewsey
er route, huwevei. will join the . Bay. toauait llic n- uno i m, mon.
be buil: ,Kirty in Japan the entin tnp The late actors and actresses mg.
MM will consume about three months , exemplified the traditional veras- -
isitors will see the tilitj of their kind. Some of the J. M. Mcdade of Wild Horse.
famous chrysantbi mums at their male members of the company a sheepman f Harney counts
bait COD verted themselve.-. into walk- was in the city the first of ttw
i iicationofa nK advertisement, roaming the week. He had .'to.OOO p., .
mention on the "I costumes, wool stored in the M. M. Ct.
f the commercial bodies of wu" Ptacaros nung on weir warenouses. una manager rnwt
und Ua.siiington in ad- "ttckh adviainf all the people disposed of tb- ittcJefii
th intjtmata nl thp wnere lo go lo buy siroes, oecx- mm uezore ae K-uirned to hi
tin i. -
and ill other i
haVMg purpose l!.
li.i S .
i female horn
members g4 least two of them
set up in business as clairvoy- Te Hiooc afflicted with 1..
M ..;,. anu and fortune tellers m teMs and bladd. - a.-l.u. i
An ev.dciio. oil! district fair rheum;.' Pim ' brigp
recent interchange by and street carnival proved a God- UM m the first dose. Jiurui-
..mercial end for the'c' lat ! ' l"
-..I lun. I s....-ti.. Tu. Judging from the harvest of healing and teak
turds. I North western dime and quarters the standard proper-tie 10 days' trial
,nit. exponents of dramatic art will 'I I fy the li
hi be irom tin I ... ...
rough their ' ... id there wu
BWU' uihiim , ut. I Iwu.rinn.i r uiti. it.. ' .' ' .
Mat Mseting I I I ' -
horses fn. stables of to l
Ufa value to other and more arid reg
plan of President Kerr is
to secure provision for sub-sts-if
possible, in every dis
li. li liw. condiliofia pecul
iarly its own. st least in such ss
present sny prospect for agricul
.iral development by irrigation
or otherwise. A survey of the
liferent districts is to be made,
U I with this end in view, Pre
K -n- is endeavoring to se
the services oi Professur
inline, snd fsrm
iH-rt, of the bureau of plant fa
. at Washington. i aid in
-estigation. An irrigation
I is also to be secured, if
bis, and after an inspection
: the various district, the find
ing will be embodied in a report
to the board of control of the
agricultural college, with rec
ndation. The results to follow President
plan should be of meal
value to eastern Oregon
m particular, and to all Oregon
in general. The further -l.- . 1
opments in the movement will be
I with interest. 1 1.
ruing railroad developm. nt in
eastern Oregon makes this plan
fur promoting agricultural
growth most timely. Journal.
AKI fjf THANKS.
hereby express our appre
cia'.ion and extend thanks to
Boss who so kindly assisted u
during our recent bereavement.
Mil AMI Mil All HAMS
Ibc Last M.ir
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Mnl.i an.l II HiHM(a,
IHB'Ui AT ALL HOUR
Bakory q c nneetio'
A Setcuillv ol ssstl Urstr.
Ts'ili" fii'i.inlii il nli ... i ii. o, i
lb uiaikri nffuriU Yi.or palioo
ure Boda !LV.vtoir
Family TSM SolkKesV l:rw IVh
T. E. JENKIN8, M..nar
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lYou Must ! ktp
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ilufcua. . -iul awf
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THE CAPITAL SALOON,
rttlMOH -v DON MA I i-Mi-'
Burns, - - Owgon.
31vn.3co Xllo I3Zoetd.q.a.a.xtoxa.
Wlie. l-iquors and Cigars.
HHIiard and Pool Tables
Club Rooms in Cotllttct- n.
L. f . I iai
tMa4 iMust A
Ilfl III. I a.
I. I . wis
wilt he ilss is (vsiM
It asrasH stsbisg
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The SJeepinc Co.
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GET THI .-r
The Burns Flouring Mill
JOB STUxraVANT, Prop
MOUtKN KU!EK MILL PKUtk l Li.l I
i tt ' ;
ii Hut. J
planned for iat
on and Idaho
.. li- book
.!h-d on Oregon ii in uru
cess of preparation b; a MM
. . class b
UKthAKU AND UtkUi H
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MS of ft-
1 out UK i
m and dva
country will partici- calling inU aasM and Me mountains to M
Ui- iai I
a liin- into ci utral Otago
uiie.s ui . such .
boe and cult.va'.i A 1
the all uw heii ji bmt, bat do i, - Vt'-
let the runner set too thickly. tlir,"ifh .
i .i Treat all surulu hIhui.s iut if w in h only awalU a ru
nave euiioieu lire ' - " . i . l. t
A Gifford, of thl- ere . "
, hnest spot in the no
..a i idled Currants and gooseberry buh-
uicn.icest VMS tna. use. es ma , , the fall, if di sir-
Mr. Gift- ion of Col- j aiKj w
umbia River ph which
adorn H nthtt Hall of the Save the best shaped and co!-
Portland Commercial Club have ored tnmalnM fa eod every
for many tour- ear- aM tlie 8t-rii'1 will be much
If the cabbage heads siiow
tiiirriK of liiiiutinv i .11 II maoIi li.u.1 u . .. ., ...
.,... B, ,... .. .. ouins. ure., rea name
a little so as to break a few of ney, Ore.
heme in lui
J form l 1 malaria, chill and
regulate the liver, kld
MBTS sod bladder, brings uuick
to biliiouniiess, sick-headache,
conciliation. Pleasant to
lfc.L,. 1 . .1 1. I.....I.. ....l
. . ih-i..ijw i.iv coiiutiilfe
ti times quantity of the 50c MM
f st do.- brings relief. Hold b
e welcome fharmacy, Burns,
Ore I n I Haines, Harney
iai "UaBv 1
ntijaf mkA I - vfil -
a-OBiaSWBIf aikhw fssa1 1
ill , I , 1
ILOUSi, ROLLLO BARLtl, lilOR, AND
All kiuds of Mill Feed always 00 Haad
mt veil Mlfbi aAKtci ritia rni nut ullimi siur
CUSTOM WORK DONE
Good Seed Wheat for bale
Painting . r hanging
lieeo laxative Cugh S i al
ways bring quick relief
gas, aseW. hixirbenes, wh
cough and all Moachial ami
ially raeeoMSMMj it for childrea,
Pkasant to tafai geaU:
, i. ( aiison, a prominent
sheep and cattleman of Wild
Horse, Harney county, brought
in :Ki,(J0U pounds of wool thi
week and kit the same in charge
of the M. M. Co Ontario Argu.
King Little Liver Pills for
biliousness, sickheadache. They
keep you well. 25c. Try them.
Sold by The Welcome Pharmacy,
Hums, Ore., Fred Haines, Har
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lea-teo pox 3.&3r, t5i,2S
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