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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1908)
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BURNS. HARNKY ( N SKPTEMRER l'J
'KBWIISI ' .as organized a FIX CENTRAL OREGON ROUTE the nrv into Mid-Oregon hlTLE OF PAST HISTORY
I niversuy (. lub with sixt
hree members. There are only
fir organizations (rpgirv aosiHt sn Rt c M I .os
on. aa lir. v.
' and km i
ist of an;
in the Pacific .v
THF HARNEl CEMETEt.
- Herald to pub-
serving credit for as
sisting ir .:nments: Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Hamilton, Mr.
and Mi-:.. EL S. Bower. Mrs.
Archie Millard. Mr. Welsch. Mrs.
Hugh Tudor. Misses Eva and
Fthel Russell. Master Wm
will bo made within the n
Tho o'Hrien party will make m stri on ntot'T crhk
- U 1 1 I IKST WSCOVEtV.
probably, at Laatrtew.
which ha? j loen looked
upon as one of the points toward
Ocvifiva I aaMiurd la a ! Day which the Columbia & Northeast -Kmt
INrt av Fly la HaWty em will le CXti . cntuall
W vwi Tata rue sm. also at Boma, Harnev cot
From there tl i -tnod tan
According to the Portland Tele part will continue its way over
gram we may expect a visit from ID Ontario, which is to lx the
unmrnfMr llnirlmon'. nfflala OAStem terminUB of the H
' ' ' ' ' -'.'.' -
TaS, TVa at Hw I ama "Hh ftacfcrl'
Ma.lat a r 4tu.m4
i pt 11 it
man system across the
surveys for which were
ears :i v .
Immediatelj following the
i aatfaa f tka route for t he
ii that our pr
' ' ;.- who
I'lHin the results of an
tigaling tour i lead
ing Harriman ni Ten-
Mrs. Wm. Rush. Measra. , TO Bna Mwrn Oregon wnnin into th. -field and secure th.
K. l: ( . H. Davis hv n,x w,!l depend property but th
W. Sheppard. lhe rout" i10801 ij' i HJ be a verv dittcult
low. Roy Ward. Syl- ion off territory hy the j matter, as the po; ai
uaii Mtxt-t vi74ira in the and all of the supyest. l
Linn ; Misses Edna mrt-v "'" " wnich f' t" art nl waiting- for a oka
m Moore. Pearl rnake the trip an- t.eneral Mana- tee the road conn- thn-in
;iis. Myrtle er J- P" O'Brien, Chief Knjrin- will probal-lv not throw a i
Ininp. Peari Ward. Valeria Lew- tHr ' O'lmmtm Ifl the way of M
in. i mchardaon, Vn-ia tTal WH-rintcmlont M. J. Bnck-1 negotiation far altho had
RichanK ''-v "' riman lines, w In
Thi i llowinn donated for the aro veiling the real purpose of Takii.g all thing.-, int.. o
... a u p;,i,. their nrtsent trio by n run over ernti ir. i notion u, rk
,.. j W. " Bg iBIipk tad -I ri.h. IVl.rClr.n, -, ta.ul
...l i. L.ru.1 which has in t ban omnleted. irunit,,l wiiiiin tho m! ::n ,I,vk ,h w',n J" when he found a
" tm iiiim ,'i i .'. i.- v laai n r r --"
1 at the festival. Mrs.
im; a. ! -I..H.iiiik- upon iii- i in kaatd
lain!- if tin I .n.l .V l.i.
"imty ix'rs say tlie , IbHikl
l'k'o has bm dis v i,,,. ,.
in the old ahandom-il u. raatrd
mines near Harney, llarnoy latkafall filx law
I i: llin
1 h Managai
soi I. I
RW, and. for a than, min-
I (fiJMr taking out $60 to $400
iay m nujnrets found at the
i I -..in. i
A lively little town sprang up altamihw
.-alloil blol. "IWause," said the wm ilaa s Ike mom In.
i'l i the nal idol i i a lib M- i II I v
of mank There was wild Kai i sa.
talk, wan, at that time, of the ttiHrhtp a prompt
ous "Blue Bucket" hainir - Imuni i i.. - m. i i i.,i.
teen pa dk)rove$d, so promisinc
was the oiitlNk.
Kfforts . iv made to find the
: loilgo. wkieh. old pros
DCCHtl insisted, must be some
where about and taual ba fahu-
Gaaaral Manajrer O'P 1 1 a jrofxl stai t mad' on I " toM ojunrtm p kit ektifn, p.
IN A I.I Ml
Ik I A J lrn will
Barao Ikfl bad Baadaf of -w,-ii
iii.iith at 1 1 . in. and 10 p in
SaMili .. ' m. i x.n -nl.l.iiil, ,
NEW SPRING WAISTS
Junt rereivinl a beautiful line of Indira'
waists in Kmhroiderietl. I,re and net
waist for Spring.
Something Very Stylish in Lawn and Silk
Our dreaa goods department will ahnw a
er nttrnrtive diaplay of IjtwnH. Silk
Mulla. Meneried ChamhrnyH, ( orrine
Suitinga and Ingnmnrn Thene goodanre
the Intent production for thin aeaaon.
New Embroideries and Lace and
a beautiful line of India Lin cms
( )ur Shoe department is
complete inevery aj and
we can atisi the most
fastidious in loot wen.
Remember we carry the
ROTAL WOKCIXI'KK 008SEI
Browns Satisfactory Store.
Hii"'dd is j'
but wr have.
air to be a
( heif l.i.irin .... left for fore the l.;..i winter wat
the iuilt. t Grand in Mr. O'Brkm'l pri- in
' night and picked
i-.i. mient Huok. tmf. nhii aesetT.
5 (Kl L-y. who has been in Eaat.-ni
W. 1 1
water was scarce after the
.-pring months and nuggets and
dust gn-w scarcer an. I
and ran into a heavy black sand
mil nl i Imt. Bryan was de
feated and there waa nothing in
Bttvar, lhe place was. finally.
But. ii seems, Jack I Hirst,
-.covarar. who. a paH
i er in Ii... ksrnithing with Harry
I'll.' l - , I . , .; ,,,, . i.
at J ... a Sunday ami a
onrdial lavilal U I to all
w Ii . ran ail. l.i . ith H
i Mm Pfaabj lansii bnreh
Mnriia. Rat, .1 Irwin i
I vii. k 'lur ii I I. noil.
Raadajrs v4 aaak aa I
an. I . .In . in J al.
10 a in
egon for several days. After The desert is the most i
1 " the trip o ti line to area I ii.-d States.
50 W... . prawn t term.' Ueivei in i
50 patara t Biggs Magazine. That und
Ik Ioiik ;nie. ..
trios aver made did the great (
lto the wilds of pjiatwrn r.,1 I .ill! v. m V ,. Km llroWl i I '..Ml. . had IxiUlldl
1 00 ( Mai ledge prolmluhty I Ik Lsac Sttnr
It will i' , I'ersia. Ai new mi. ami claims at la
1 fiO I. .,!,.. ,1 I. have folllld the l.xlir,. II,, r... I
iiKii. n.ivt mil wm i it UWII. .... niuia, iijv ii.miii v...."! i'l -- . .a. , ... .-
great Oraaoa etii- kfHea, were all arid land moad aome rock that had fallta ,,h" '"i
ii. the ' Itluleh. found ai,...;,ti
,i tn,.,r tyoffloat, w.nt to baaraakand mbhii bt all ho h
i 80 huii k at the :.ons ujwn deseat plat- '""', . iit.n-iinh ledge.
M around Madras, which would be eaux. The history of the Jewi tunneling into tka mounuin side
Mr n: .t in case tl,'
'' '1"r' ' Harriman line is orojaetad was w
lu0'eaawaH from the CorvatKe st'of th- saaarl that thev evotvod "l""' "trurtt a strong flow
and tl. As soon as the mach-
2 50 will continu down t ..f the ds ,nl for i!4 sUillel and
fn.m that jKimt ang all Mtlhlitkad, ha oqpaaH
mosem ' are the wat. ''"" B men al
The Haruey Valley Brewing Co.
Mil. i. f. I,...
u.r,o tSocicv "Water
t ..i.i.l I rack-Soil, lli.l I Cllvary
T. C. JENKINS. (VI inaffer
I j sell
!. rt folk It '' ineraaaad to four feet,
ug walls l "'K "" mgn as -ii.
) Mf uii
; . Bswaird
argely s eruene at ti.. f Moses.
to thetnaek during Th desert is most fertile be
ne trip, which will require cause it igs bank without
1 00 (about two weeks. Klamath. Ijike any withdrawals. Plants need
Harney and Malheur Counties potash, mav i
'.he moel ust as we need an i-
Is and plants. Now in the
W" 00 ai atandpoinU a.- to productivity humid lands, such as in our eaet-
.- I 1
imunity in C
Ul Walla a
county bav .
ana only te
nettin" nd a
band. $17. To
were turned over to Mr. H. S
of adjacent he rains have fa
construction:. fortensof thous nturi,
This trii i :" Mr. and th.. ha ii the
mi arid Ian. : g fallen
which Mr. Hairhaan huptJ to sparingly me not at all. Som.
uded In lesert land- of our weet I
state, hut mav mes as much potash.
able to because of the un u much lime. M
mands ujon his time in oth'-r hue ! of the east. The
plact-s. It is also stated that one dseert is an im
payed out lot of tk reasons why Mr. 11 foi Ik plants of
.1 to say which of the thousands of years to come, a
$41 0" i th routes, into the neglected storehouse to !,. drawn upon as
18 00 territory would he followed was MOa as the land is irrigated.
LI i that he wanted to have a com-
lation in ""U " 'i I'Koshkis
6 00 each case, based upon the sur
50 ire now being made Adam George I
fa ' ... acting a
$17 70 and 82 Mr. Harrirn - Dtanal repre- 1 i.i H? found the camp mora
ne feasi- proi and
biiity of tlie . .uts, and al brouj ok so".' mens
ine .ain. time Mr. O'Brym will thai will a.-ay lb-
be able fool of
act that the ow i
nl Idol ( ity Mill again be
like the Klondike,
h Powder Newa.
sill I I' Mils till K
In I ".
i the state and in Nev
. do ri..t In -:
are paid here. Dr.
I i ion. says that re-
M heal of lamb- 1 1 i .
lor $1 H0, while :;oiNMold
sold in one lot for the
f $87,000. The sheep were
rinot and were owned
i una ii named ratea,
deal of no slight con
a as made m that sec
long ago. It was the
big "Spam Ii Itanch,
ii.rly owned by the Altula
who are Spaniard -is
70 miles .viuare and
Id for a million dollars.
be big ranch is used for run-
r sheep, cattle and horses.
i.e present time at), 00"
i-p an- l iuj run ujton the
HI lafJal "1 ' a'lle and
I ) head of horses. Hwtl Ore-
Bskbry In annti'"
A Specially i Skitrt Orfcn
'I'al.lu furni-linl 4 uli .
thsujark'i affi.raa i.NSr i.h.i.
ngr mliciii .1
You Musi 'o:epl
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
mi . II A I" iNK. N, I' ...rl. I
Burns, - - Oregon.
3WC vm TTTn u XTaa.aViat, aum'iaaai '
VV'i'ifs liquors nl Cigars.
Billiard and Pool I abl
Club Rooms in Connection.
Mtai. '.a. Caiaalj
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Ov aoo a . ,i ,ur
a, jutKui Blnrio Liai a
P lana. M . ' " "' "
s -. "ssaaW .
1. 1 I wis
mill be (huJ is d
J " PARTICULARS
Is MWM sVslraaX
1 was to put up t: road will be th: xxi.
ing par I
.. lints 11 llu..
juld be !. minii
case t a east e
i west I nt u in- .
1 ii rlovj. i.re .struck .
daught. iliat is a.
nasaat ii. -. ltxati .
.king wa f
. led ' Shamko for gli
. a fea eat U is de- i all bronchi.
'ineulea brings re- eided Columbia tl Motln- -hoyls
i. -. lluiKlredc Souihfiii Kail way. ia!l receeaunefiu it for
t Flflaaant to take, pentlj I
ng and took . Sold by Tl
bed Burns, Ore., Fred Ha;
purify the blood. Sold by his inspection tour, so that it is ney
Pharmacy, Burn.s, nighly probable Umi the announ-
' or four gangs of recla-
riaU'ii bulterinskys have been
yophei irig along Deaehutsfl river
unk, ikov The Villa tin -
M like the stale old
saaa ' ke confusion of
lobaple raili The
pre of Central Oregon should
ay "gel out f the way" to
these reclamation dam fellows;
Ijecauae, without the railroads
lui.try isn't worth a dam.
The Slcepine Co.'
a.aa l.uHMI.l,fcLavaJUau,Mt j
j The Bums Flouring Mill
J ITU.t.aVANT, Pi opt
IMiti' ' I.K MILL PIIIHitSS IS liStl)
Full ii i qui ))
i vn and family w.
y from Watson thi., weak.
Mrs, Ivers left Sunday for
to visil h I ..nd ihe chlld-
n went to J base to attend
IlLOl.;, KOLLkl) BARLfci. 'HOP. AM)
411 Kinds oi Mill Feed always on Hind
IBI Vtal llsltil MAk-.U rslvL PAU m 100 IIUIMi BkAl
j CUblOM WOhK DONE
j Good be ed Wheat for Sale
M all ,
;e meat of the definite route of Job printing Tim Tunes-Herald ney, Ore.
llaymond arrived in
lie from Burns Saturday, she
ke a Moaition in the Vale
ttags Little liver i'ills for
bUaOuaoess, sickheadaclu.-. They
keep you well. 25c. Try them.
y The Welcome Pharmacy,
i, Ore., Fred Haiues. Har-
230. . ' i I
r ' i
O.AC Li' .ftlAM ( I
Tho OVER ANDHC L
AP ii iii Best Accommodations
to be h. , , . County
Ml AN R00H i. IN'IEN, PHUUsBuF VIOrUaliS
The oalioiiage ut all guests under Ihe old
25ats pex day, S1.39
J a men A. Funning, Monu
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