The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, March 06, 1909, Image 2

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Harney County is not iroinir to
fhve il all Ivor own way for the
ration oi the dry farm expon
ent station as other bastern
regon counties are preparing
) make a fight for it. T ho lat
st in the ranks is Lake county.
t Oregon has a now governor,
'ccretary of State Benson having
een sworn in Monday morning
nmodiatoly following the receipt
f Gov. Chamberlain's resigna
Jon. Mr. Benson was not sure
nether he would call a special
ession of the legislature or not.
The Commercial Club iscr
ainly accomplishing good results
nd receiving much encourage
lent from outside sources. There
i much work to do from this
ime forth of a nature that is of
onsidenible importance tojho
ntiro interior, therefore it should
iave the support of every public
piritcd citizen of Harney coun
y. One important matter is the
jcation of the experiment sta
ion and this should have the par
icular attention of the farmers.
This is reported by a Kansas
aper. Once upon a time this
(articular time was two weeks
eforo Christmas Issac Gaskins,
. Butler county farmer, shipped
i car of live chickens to New
fork. There were b'OOO in the
ar 5500 hens and 500 roosters,
hoy w ere provided with plenty
f sraw, water and feed and
vero eii,ht days on the road.
)urmj these eight days the hens
'A "li 200 etres which sold for
Oli 0, ihe car of chickens scll
r fu. C-l 16.72. When farmer
Jaskins arrived with his poultry
n New York he found that the
ggs laid by the hens on the way
ould be sold for enough money
o pa.v rhi- freight to New York,
md pa.s for the feed consumed
m the way and he had enough
eft over to pay for an automo
)ile which he bought and shipp
ed home."
Hnwnn1 lnttnra WOrO VOnd fl"01H
our congressional delegation in
Washington and others prctnin
ing tho artesian well experiment,
tho proposed amendment to the
desert law, dry farm station, otc,
which indicate a decided interest
in tho suggestions oi uiu nuu
and shows that the matters ad
vocated are of more than local
importance. It is very encour
aging to find tho club gaining
such attention and to know that
its work is so generally recog
nized. Mossrs. A. W. Gowan. I. S.
Geer and J. J. Donegan each
nmdo interesting remarks re
garding1 their recent trips to out
side points and each foil that this
section would find many new
people seeking homes and invest
ments here the Voming summer.
A resolution was adopted
thanking the Portland Journal
for its help in tho publicity ol
this section and for its interest
shown in legislation of particular
benefit to interior Oregon, and
another addressed to tho Port
land Chamber of Commorco for
its assistance in securing tho
passage of the joint resolution
providing for state aided railroads.
A. O. Faulkner asked to be re
lieved of his duties as chairman
of the athletic committee. His
resignation was accepted, Piatt
Randall made chairman and C.
W. Ellis appointed to fill the va
cancy in the committee.
Vice-nresident Rembold who
presided at the meeting, announ
ced the following standing com
mittees:
Transportation, Publicity and
Exhibits Wm. Miller, Archie
McGowan, J., J. Donegan, Dr.
Geary.
Irrigation Frank Davey. Rev.
A. J. Irwin, L. M. Brown, M. L.
Lewis.
Public Improvements and Irri
gation Wm. Farre, Wm. Ilan
ley, J. L. Gault, Dr. W. L. Mars
den, Sam Mothcrshead.
Acriculture, Horticulture and
ANOTIIUR 'I'llONU I.INIJ,
1 skins nro desired to bo kept in
tact for mounting. In this caso
Messrs. Fred Oakerman, W. the two front feet nt'o to bo
B, Johnson and W. L. Boat of tIo; .
Silver creek spont a fowdnysinl Section 2 says! Any poison
Uiis cly this wuok in tho inter-' kill ng any o the niondniU
est of a private telephone lino mnlB 1" order to obtain, ho
from that section to Burns. ! bounty provided for in , sec lion 1
They wont before the county of U . slml x y tl ! six
court and were grant 1 right of months of ho date of klHinR,
way for thoif li- along tlioWont to tho county cleric of
county road and ,i,ey will later the county , which Budnnlmnl
ask the privilege of coming Into or animals have bee n Kill 1, the
this city Thisno doubt will al?o I ontiro skin of each of said a -be
granted by the city nuthori-j innl, winch skin inc hides n
.. must havo ntlaclied thereto all
,'. ,. ,r i.i i- :..! i four imwH. tho tail, and the skin
bvonooT these gentlemen that ol the ) entire head, including both
. . . .. . . ....... l,r.nrr mm linlHU llllllRKin
thcyhn? mtenUon oi goinif "1W" v'v ,r 7 .,'
into tho telephone business fur-, John of nosoj nnd shall a.
tier than for the parUcular con- " ' "- """- """7 "' w .,,,,.
venienco of the ranchers and far- , county clerk k'
BOOST HARNEY COUNTY
And tho nutn thai, will tfivo you tho buHt ViiIiiom for your
Monoy. Cull n,t
G. W. CLEVENGER'S STOKE
Ami boo what you wive on (ho tiling onunionitod bolew:
Pinnos, Scwinir Machines, Building Paper,
Wall Paper, Window Shades, Carpet, rtiH,
Linoleum. Mulling, Art SqunrcH, Mnnkcta,
Quilts, Mattresses, Springs, Rooting, Mir
rors, Music Cabinets, Pictures, Trunks and
Valices, Baby Carriages, Couches, Couch
Covers, Upholstered Goods, Table Covers,
Portiers, Chamber Sets, Etc., Etc.
which shall be sworn to boforo
said officer and which said nfilda
mors interested. They wouiu
t .1V1111.U frt mil n In Mil IIV
change but arrange the line so' vll .Bhall slate:
that each may havo advantage of "u " u "l "" " "' """ " ""
the privileges without any fur- fro which said skin 01 skins
thor expense than keeping the wore taken and the number of
line in shane 1 skll,s ao I'lcacnle('-
It seems there is a .imilnr lino1 That tho county in which said
being run out of Prineville by annual or animals wore killed is
fanners and it is possible that tho county in which their sk ns
this independent line will finally presented for payment of a
connect with that thus giving bounty;
the farmers and ranchers be-' That said animal or animals
tweenthetwo pointspermane.it from which said skmsworetak
and economical service. f wero not bought or received,
It is a conveniunce that other dead or alive, from any other
farming communitios should on-, county m the state;
t ma ham uiiiiuuin wiu miivu
joy and no doubt this is but a
forerunner of other lines.
SCALP U0UNTY LAW.
The provisions of the scalp
bounty law passed by the legisla
ture arc as follews:
rmacy
You can Hud l ho best wlcotod ami largest us
Hortiuonl, ot ovory thing to bo found in an up-to-dutodrugHloro.
PRESCRIPTION WORK
'wour speciality and wo havo tho best equipped
laboratory in tho interior. 11 Wo use only tho
best and puroHtof drugs and ehoiuicals, and
our prices are right. Yours for business
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon.
HARDWARE
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Binders' Supplies
Full Line of
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ROOFING
CROCKERY. CHINA
AND GLASSWARE
GEER CUMMINS
Burns, Oregon.
Aiiam 1". II. (liioimir
W. T Lr-MTiu
Be a Booster -Keep Things Moving
on or after the first day of Feb
ruary. 1901) and within six
months of tho date of making
said allidavit. ,
That said animal or animals
wore killed by the person pre
senting audi skin or skins in such
. county ami 111 the state oi ure-1
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$1.50; for each gray wolfe, gray to 1iljntr thereof; and in addition
wolfe pup, black wolf, black thereto there shall be attached
wolfe pup, $2,150; for each bob 'and made a part thercoi ilu ""!
cat, wid cat or lynx, $2. 00 each cmw oi a rosii nt "i'y
' :.. n -.- ,, ! county, sotting forth that he
UlUUlllitlll liuii ifci w wuMn
Wo can match you with all kinds of trades. Drop in and
let us know what you have to trade or sell. We will do
your surveying or soli you fruit trees, shrubcry or seeds
to make the homo more beautiful alid profitable.
Ifyou havo any wants 'conic to us. We have the
and can deliver them.
Inland Empire Realty Co.
Iiuniif, Oregon
Burns Meat Market
New Shop Opposite lite I'lr&l National llank Main St.
J'oi'k, Vfcmirr,
Holoiia and
Liver Sausages
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Your patronage solicited.
Beet' in any
Quaiitil
H. J HANSEN. Propt
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$10.00
is a resident and taxpayer of said
county, giving his postofiico ad-
Tho scalp to be taken from the dress and stating that he is per
Mining-1. S. Geer, C. A. Sweek,
Adam George, H. C. Smith.
Entertainment A. W. Gowan,
I. Schwartz, C. F. McKinney,
G. W. Young.
Special Location of Experi
mental Farm -Dr. L. E. Hibbard
I. S. Geer, Wm. Farre, A. W.
Gowan, G. A. Smith, Wm 1 Ian
ley, J. J. Donegan.
skin by the clerk is the skin off
the ton of the head, including the
two ears. The exception to this
sonally acquainted with the ap
plicant; and that no nas reau me
affidavit of the applicant present
incr arid skin or skins: ami that
Nearly every year, during the
)ast thirty years, along in the
nontha of January and February
3regon has passed through a
short period of railroad building.
Ihisycaris no exception. Some
oeople do not realize that much
has bei-'n accomplished and think
that it has all just resulted in
talk. Ot course there has been
1 gnat doal of talk, but with the
talk there has been other things
lone. The railroads have got
oossesion of countless thousands
)f acn. of land in the state and
then sat down on it. The talk
now that Harriman will build up
the Deochutes just as soon as the
lepartm -nt approves the right of
way " ill result in Harriman ac
luiring a throttle hold on a new
listrict which is liable to invas
ion by othr fellows who are af
ter the same thing. More than
twenty years ago this same out
it of procraslinators acquired
;ome rights-of-way in Harney
ounty. These rights have serv
ed the purpose for which they
wccq acquired. There is no dis
o.ntion to throw cold witer at
Mr. Harriman, but twenty years'
xpt ric nee has taught the people
o look for some ulterior motive
rt'hen Mr. Harriman moves. We
lope he does build and if he does
tve will swell his bank roll by
mving him haul everything we
-at and wear. It is up to Har-
iman to make good and the bur
len of proof is on him. The pop
jlation of isolated Oregon is made
jp larp-lv of Missourians and
he more they see the more they
x'licve. Blue Ml. Eagle.
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rule is made in case of cougars, ' j10 believes the same to bo true
wild cats Rim woivos, wnose m ovory particular.
COMMERCIAL CLUK MCETINO.
The regular monthly meeting
if the Burns Commercial Club
wa held at the club rooms last
Tut .day evening. Tho attend
tni i was not so largo as at some
if the former meetings, but lack
if urn ' r was made up in en
hu .n.
1. matter of our anticipation
n t- Alaska-Yukon exposition
it attic was discussed at some
cn-th after tho committee, for
nuiy appointed to investigate,
lad midi- a roport suggesting
hit the taxidermy display be
miDPc'i 'ogoinor wun wnai pro-
'lucu viro available and that the
ounty court bo asked to appro
priate M000 to bo used for ad-
inf purposes in connection
itli Tlin punnrr wjih nflnnr-
.referred to the proper
NEW CITV OFPICtRS.
The city election Tuesday re
sulted in the election of Sam
Mothcrshead as mayer: Piatt
Randall, recorder; Dr. W. C.
Brown and A. C. Welcome, coun
cilmen; J. C. Welcome, treasurer
and M. F. Williams marshal.
No name appeared on the bal
lot for mayor owing to the inter
pretation of the law that a name
should not be placed upon the
ticket without first being accept
ed. Win. Farre's name had been
submitted together with others
on a petition but Mr. Farre be
ing absent his acceptance was
impossible even should he have
been willing. A petition was
circulated asking that Sam Moth
ershead's name be placed on the
ballot as a candidate for mayor
but Sam refused to accept. Thus
it was necessary that voters
write the name of their choice
for mayor which resulted in a
majority for Mr. Mothcrshead
Mr. Clevenjrer also refused to
accept and as a result but three
names for councilmen appeared.
Jake Welcome had no opposition
for treasurer.
The vote stood as follews:
IlECOKllEK
M. L. Lewis
P. T. Randall
COUNCILMEN
W. C. Brown . .
P. A. Cole . , ....
A. C. Welcome
JlAKSHAI
R. L. Haines
M. F. Williams
The ordinance referred regu
lating the salaries and duties of
the recorder, marshal and treas
urer was defeated and the new
council will have to regulate this
matter.
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The Up-lo-Dale Pharmacy
The place wlicte drtiiJH arc cheapest, parent and bent
WE WANT YOUR TRADE
Courtesy and Accuracy our Motto
Headquarters for School Supplies
Evcriilhinu ;" leant in the drau or bchoal
lineir ice haven't it on hand we'll be alad
to icl it for .
CXTIT JDTZTJ-Gr STOEE.
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
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Our Amateur Artistes Extravagant Anticipations Since the "lloss"
Mas been Appointed a Member of Slate Highways Commission
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Satisfaction Guaranteed
CLEANING, I'BliSSKiu AND HEI'AIHING
TOR LADIES AND (iENN.IMN
All orders receive prompt and careful attention
The New Tajlors, McGoe Bldg , Burns, Oregon
ON STHBKT LKADINf; TO COUUT HOUSE
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SPECIAL SESSION UKELV.
The following is a dispatch
from Salem published in the Ore
gonian received by tho latest
mail:
That a special session ol the
Legislature will bo held looks
much more probable today than
it did yesterday. A number of
the members of tho Legislature
were in communication with Gov
ernor Benson today, and most of
them informed him that if called
together for tho purposo of pass
ing the defective appropriation
bill they will undertake nothing
else. . , ,
It is almost certain that a spec
ial session will be called, but not
until Uenson feels assured that
general legislation will not bo
HA6EY & RICHARDSON
Hucct'Huorn to Ilagcy, IViiwick & Jackson
General Merchandise
Complete Line of Finest Groceries
Now in Stockr-Fill all Orders
Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars, Stationery, load pencils and
other school supplies, blank books, notions, etc.
Come see our Line-New Dry Goods soon to arrive
At the old stand, Burns, Oregon
TUP OKFOOWI MOTEL
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HOTEL
Mi . Hla Maxtln, Prupdoicess
Good, Comfort bBo Rooms
Excel'ent Table Servico
5 Tho houso lias been completely renovated and
ii patrons are assured most courteous attention.
Former pal oris and friends welcome
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BURNS HOTEL BAR
DIBBLE & STEPHENS, Proprietors.
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
Club Rooms in Connection
Courteous and Obliging Har Tenders
EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS DROP IN
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Centrally Located and Connected with Hotel Hums
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ROUGH RIDERS!
1 vili in oviilnin in a few lines in this imner how you may al
ways be well dressed, shoes, hats, etc. Come in and talk the mat
ter over with me you can leave your sun ai my piacu aa 10 ng iis
you want to. Leave your overalls heio whon you want your uress-
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nun, K" i" uiu 1111111.U nun iiiiiviiww - ,...--
er come in and change again and your suit may remain here until
you want it again.
Say, for instance, you ride a horse alter cows close to narney,
IVmvMiiv Vnlo Tjiwen. Diamond. Narrows, etc.. and something
would bo going on there. All you need to do is send a postal or
telephone if necessary and your clothes leave Hums by the next
stage. After your good time return it to me in tho same manner.
I will attend to any further lookout for it. Hoys, I will do this al
free of chargo'and I can give you suits and overcoats from $17 and
up. Trousers $l ami up. i.ome 111 aim iei wmv huuui u. i n.u
six of tho hoys already. No responsibility in case of lire.
A. SOHENK. Me chant Tailor.
The Most Popular House in Interior Oregon
1 NEATLY FURNISHED ALL OUlSiDf ROOMS
Headquarters for Traveling Men and Tourists
Agclar Racine Manager, L. RacJne, Propt., Burns, Ore.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
HLN PERSON ELLIOTT, Propt.
Special attention- uircn
. j, to tran.icient cmtorn and
J fi'iiti'fif ft'tfiiv
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Humes kept by the day,
Jo tveek or month.
riRST CLASS LIVERt" IURiNOUTS.
Hay and, grain, a In !.
on Imitd.
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Special Aflenliu'i Given
to CoiidiiCu, Funerals
NEW AND ACCURAI1; HAY SCALES.
IN CONNCCIION WITH IIARN.
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PLOW
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Tho Starf i'i ono of the latest and best additions to tho famous
Dooro Lino of Ridlntf Plows. Is light in weight, slmplo
mid durable In construction full of genuine merit, nnd 1ms
Bhown its mettle and utility in every test it has been put to.
It has nnmlv demonstrated bv its cood work its rlirht to bo
classed ns a strictly un-to-dato. hlirh-class fnrm tool. It is
certain to suit tlio most critical farmer and bo a money
maker and n labor-savor for him.
"If It's a Deere-It's Right"
and docs its work perfect easo to tho operator and team.
It Is manufactured and sold as a tongueless plow n tonguo
not being necessary to best results, but ono is Btippllcd at
alight cost to thoso who pcrfcr it that way. Tho Stntf is tho
simplest riding plow built, auyono who can hook up a team
and drivo 'am straight can operate it successfully. It poa
Bosses many superior featuros not found on othor plows,
and it takes a wliolo book to 'Illustrate and dlscribo thorn,
Better write for it today and all tho information you waul
about this superior Implement.
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HORTOW & SAYERT Prop
Rough and Dressed Lur nbery
Biustic, Flooring, NMOt!Mdmg
Finishing Lum,er.
Wearest Sawmill 10 Burns oood io.id.
Lumber Yard in F ,Urns.
THE ANDERSON HOTEL
Tlie old t
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AtcKINNON , Propt.
voritc Family iote' where guests rec iv
Special AiLentioii and U od Service.
HOrME COOKING. MEALS 25 Cents
Feed Barn in Connection
SOUI II liUKINb, OKUUUIN near i-air urouiuis.
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