The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, June 19, 1909, Image 2

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JULIAN IIVHIt - - - -
Every citizen of Burns should
put n shoulder to tho wheel and
help make tho Development Con
gress and celebration a success.
Lot each one do his part and wo
shall not bo found wanting in
any respect, Outsido delegates
should bo given a warm recep
tion ns they will all go out of tho
Harney country to do missionary
work and are coming to get bet
ter acquainted. They're all
boosters for us.
According to a Washington
press dispatch Secretary Hallin
ger has picked on R. II. Thom
son, a Seattle engineer, to suc
ceed F. H. Newell as head of tho
reclamation service. Tho secre
tary lias shown a disposition to
conduct the nfTairs of his depart
ment upon a business basis, there
fore it may be taken for granted
that Mr. Thompson is a good man
for the place.
Well, yes; we did have a back
ward spring with a lack of rain
fall, but things are improving in
tins respect and now crop pros
pects look brighter. Don't con
demn this country until you read
the news papers and see how
other sections are faring. We
do pretty well on an average,
PREPARATIONS FOR THE CONGRESS.
At a meeting of tho Commer
cial Club last Tuesday evening
plans were discussed for tho De
velopment Congress and various
heads of committees were given
an outline of what was expected.
Nothing definite was arrived at
however.
II. C. Smith, C. F. McKinney,
Dr. Brown, Sam Mothorshead
and I. Schwartz were appointed
a committee to canvas the town
and see what rooms were avail
able in private houses for those
who may not secure rooms at the
hotels.
A meeting of the executive
board, entertainment committee,
4th of July committee, etc., was
called last night- at A. W. Gow
an's office where further plans
were discussed. It seems only
Vice-President Rembold and Dr.
L. E. Hibbard were the only
members of the executive board
present, therefore other meetings
will be necessary for final arran
gements and a definite program.
It was decided to hold the con
gress in the Commercial Club
hall where seats will be provided.
The' matter of an open air meet
ing was considered not advisable
as tho weather may not permit
The club rooms on the first floor
will be headquarters for all dele
gates. It is the intention of the 4th of
July Committee to provide en
tertainment to a certain extent
and instead of a banquet the bar
becue dinner on the 3rd at the
fair grounds will be provided and
an especial invitation to visiting
dalegates will be extended to
this novel feed. The pavillion
will, be cleared and long tables
placed in there and spreads will
be prepared under the grand
stand in a similar manner.
TUB SUMPTER VALLEY EXTENSION.
Asks llakcr City Business Men lo Help
.Wilt dive $10,000 Donus.
FROM WAVERLV.
Oren Thompson has gone to
Ontario, after supplies.
Mrs. August Haarstrich has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Jim Paul.
D. A. Brakeman has been
hauling posts.
Carl Horseman has gone to
Ontario with freight.
Mr. Ringin has been very sick
the last week.
Tho following ones were at
Haarstnch's Sunday: Fred
Peters, Gray Kennedy and the
Folkstead brothers.
August Hraastrich was at Har
riman Friday.
D. A. Brakeman has been
painting his doors and windows.
Some trappers camped at Windy
Point, Saturday.
Jim Paul has been troubled
with his ears. Dr. II. Denman
was summoned, and now Mr.
Paul has recovered.
Mrs. O. W. Portor went to
Baker City tho first of tho week
to see her daughter, Mrs. F. H.
Goodman who has been in tho
hpspital for some time, but is
now convalescing, Mrs, Good
man accompanied her mother
hero where she will Btay for a
iovv weeks. -Huntington Herald, yesterday.
According to newspaper re
ports tho business mon of Baker
City will tako a hand in tho ex
tension of tho Sumpter Va'ley
Railroad and now proposo lo
raise a $10,000 bonus which will
bo paid to tho road nH soon us
trains aro run into tho John Day
Valley.
This is another step towaul
bringing tho Harney County near
er to tho outsido world and
should tho lino bo extended to
that point it would bo of consid
erable benefit to-this section. It
seems, however, that tho lino
will go by way of Susanville and
not ovor Huckleberry lint to
Prairie. In such an ovent it
would bo rather difficult to got
out and on over to this plueo as
it is understood Burns is tho ob
jective point to which tho road is
headed.
Of course tho writer knows
but little regarding tho physical
conditions and such a route may
bo feasible. Wo have always
hoped for an extension of this
road but have been more or loss
discouraged on account of the
roughness of tho country through
which it would havo to build, yet
it doesn't seem to bo any worse
than tho difficulties already over
come by tho lino in building ns
far up as Austin.
According to a report in tho
Canyon City Eagle $5000 of tho
amount has been raised on tho
proposed bonus. Tho following
from the Baker City Democrat
gives some informatien:
Mr. David Ecclos, president of
the Sumpter Valley Railroad, ar
rived in Baker City yesterday.
In tho afternoon ho had a con
ference with a number of Baker
City business men and they were
given to understand that if the
Sumpter Valley wo3 to bo ox
tended to John Day, then it was
necessary for Baker City to como
forward with a subsidy of
$10,000.
Last evening another confer
ence was held, Mr. Grant Geddos
acting ns Mr. Eccles' representa
tive at which meeting about a
dozen business men were pres
ent, Mr. F. II. Dean acting as
chairman.
Mr. Geddes repeated the abovo
statement regarding tho subsidy
Baker City was expected to raise
and said that was Mr. Eccles' ul
timatum. He further said that
John Day had pledged $20,000
and the Oregon Land Company,
owning tho Dalles Military road,
had pledged $10,000, these being
contingent upon Baker City pled
ging $10,000.
He said further that if this
monoy was raised and it must
be in a few days if at all work
would commence at once on the
extension and the road completed
to Prairie City by Thanksgiving
day. Until tho road is completed
to John Day, which will not bo
likely beforo next year, no money
is to be paid.
In the foregoing tho Democrat
gives the matter of thoS. V. Ry,.
extension just ns Mr. Geddes pre
sented it. It will bo seen that
Mr. Eccles is not quibbling. Un
less Baker City puts up $10,000
as a bonus, subsidy, or whatever
it is called, there will be no ex
tension of the Sumpter Valley
Railway.
It its up to tho Baker City peo
ple squarely and fairly and action
must be taken at once. However,
much bonuses aro cspised; hero is
a condition and not a theory that
presents itself to oar people and
one that must not bo overlooked
in the face of the vast benefit
that will accrue to tho commer
cial interests of Baker City.
Burns, Harney county, has
pledged to throw its trado by tho
signature of every business man
to Baker City in case tho roilroad
extension is mado and that the
whole of that Interior country
will bo turned this way is assured.
A failure to meet tho demand
mado upon it will place Baker
Uity in a very .embarrassing po-i
sition, financially and otherwise, 1
and our people cannot afford to
fluke at this critical period. And
let it bo undorstood, every prop
erty owner-in' tho city will bo ex
pected to put up his sharo in tho
raising of tho amount of mdney
asked from Baker City, Busi
ness men, those who mako prop
erty remunerative by paying high
rents for tho privilege of doing
business, ought not to bo expec
ted to carry nil the burden.
Once again, it is up to tho peo
ple of Baker City to put up
$10,000 or tho S. V. Ry. exten
sion will not bo built. Get in,
drill und don't grumble. It is
tho inevitable, Bo masters of
tho situation. Democrat.
Brad Mo38 was up from Lawdn
NOTES FROM SUNSET,
-ANANIAS-Mr.
Chas. Reed visited ovor
Sunday at homo, Mr. Reed has
boou working for Mr. Sid Como
gys on tho road near Andoroon,
Valley.
There woro a number of Sun
Bot sports attended tbbnll gnmo
at Burns Sunday.
Mr. Colin Dawson visited at
homo lust week a fow days, re
turning to Diamond Monday ac
companied by his sister, Miss
Laura, who will visit a week at
tho R. II. Brown home.
Mr. II". "nor will put up hay
for Mr. Louig this mimtnor.
Everybody is getting ready to
embark for tho hay fields.
Mrs. Beclc and children visited
friends at tho Narrows last week.
There are 8omo patches of grain
that aro looking fairly well hut
needing rain badly.
Wo think if tho "Boosters" of
the great Harney would only get
togothor and "boost" some of
tho clouds ovor this way bo wo
would got somo rain it would bo
one of tho greatest improvements
yet.
Wo understand wo nro soon to
havo a telephone in tho valley, it
will bo located at E. C. Eggles-
ton's a much needed Improve
ment
Rov, Irwin preached to a fair
Bized congregation Sunday.
N. Hcnnoy has a windmill of
his own make that is a success.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sovngo call
ed on friends nnd attended
church Sunday.
Geo. Hoddor is plowing 30
ncrcs, that ho lias cleared lor Mr.
Gardner of Pendleton.
A great many pcoplo from Sun
set will eclobrnto the 4th in
BurtiB.
Miss Nova Hoddor will soon
Icavo for Pendleton for n visit of
two months.
Joe Cnvandcr has purchased a
windmill which ho will erect on
his homestead wo understand ho
will build a house in tho near
future, this looks suspicious.
W. Rosebush, an unmarried
man is nt tho Hospital in a very
sorious condition. Ho is suffer
ing from heart troublo and
dropsy. Tho patient wns brought
up from the southorn part of tho
county. "
Bert Hibbard has just complet
ed a now residence for Jay Gould
Jr. on his homestead. Ho also
put up a windmill to be used for
irrigating pusposes.
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-mmi aaie-ou lays
Beginning Monday, June 145 '09
14-inch Sulky Plows, Regular Prico. $ 00.00 Now, $ 60.00
lG-inch
50-tooth 4-inch drag hnrrowa
Caeo disc harrows
I loonier single disc drills
G1.00
24.00
45.00
125.00
'.' 140.00
, " 30.00
32.50
75.00
Spring tooth harrows, 15 tooth,
II . II IfT M
5-foot Champ, mowers -Heavy
9-foot " rako, extra heavy wheels, 41.00
10-foot " 43.00
Every thinu in Implements, Buyyics, Open and
lop Hacks at Reduced Prices
HARNEY C0UNIY IMPLEMENT & HARDWARE. CO.
C1.00
1G.00
3G.O0
112,00
125.00
25.00
27.CO
G5.00
37.00
39.00
OARNEY (
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To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor!
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MICHAEL SCHENK
MERCHANT TAILORS
Satisfaction Guaranteed
CLIUNINO.fPHIiSSINO AND KEIMIIIINti
HM UDIliS AND GENTLEMEN
All orders receive prompt and careful attention
Tho New Tailors, McOoo Bidg , Uufns, Oregon
ON STIIKCT I.KADINfl TO COURT IIOUHB
?MMMeMMMMMd$$gr
At The Welcome Pharmacy
You can find tin bcHt Hoh'ctcd and largoHd uh
Horttuontof mvivthitig to bo found in an up-to-dato
drug atom.
PRESCRIPTION WORK
in our speciality and wo havo tho bowl oqulppfcd
laboratory in tho inUirior." IIWo hho only tho
boat and puroHt of drug and cliomiculH, and
our pricen arc right. Youth for biiBinesH
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon,
Adam V. Ij (Ibuihik
W T. I. wtn.it
Be a Booster -Keep Things Moving
Wo can match yon with all kinds of trade. Drop in and
let im know what yon havo to Inula or noil. Wo will do
your surveying or sell you fruit tree, hrtibcry or seeds
to mako tho homo mora baauUful ahd profitable.
If you havo nny want como lo us. We have the aoodn
and cun deliver litem.
Inland Empire Realty Co,
Hums, Oreyon
v,-.--a,Sfc-,'(tv,-v''a''0ft.'''iV'o -v vtw'
AT THE CITY DRUG STORE
'Jlw place whtire'iiaifireccivc pure
Drays and accurate ss.nicc.
WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF
Cigarr, 1)b(tccaon, Candle,
Postal Cards and Stathmaru.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
OIv t'e a Cull nnd be l'kaiwl.
RKEI) HUOS., SUCCKSSOIIS TO II. M. HOIttON.
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BOOST HARNEY COUNTY
And tho nmn that will givo you tho best values for your
Monoy., Call at
G. W. CLEVENGER'S STORE
And seo what you save on tho things onumorated belew:
Sewing Machines, Pi
anos, Building Paper.
Wnll Pnnrti- Pnrnnta
Rugs, Linoleum. Mat- f fa :
ting, Art Squares,
Mattresses, Springs,
Roofing, Trunks and
Vnlices, Baby Car
riages, Pictures, Por
tiere, Chamber Sets,
Upholstered Goods. f'oeJos, Shuttles and Bobbins for
use In All Makes of Sewing Machine.
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KS$S$$SSS$StS$i$$S$taiG799S&t&ii$iSt iSS&SSSSSS&ttttSV&l&Xtr'Z AVCiS
R1II?M; HDTPI RaR
DIBBLE & STEPHENS, Proprietors.
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
Club Rooms in Connection
Courteous andObliging Bar Tenders
EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS DROP IN
Centrally Located and Connected with Hotel Hums
WS5JWJ9SWeJW5S5iS
SJ
VENIN
PLOW
Tho Statf in ono of tho latest nnd best additions to tho famous
Dcore Lino of Riding Plows. Is light la weight, simple
and durable in construction full of genuine morlt,' and has
shown its mcttlo nnd utility In every test jf hns been put to.
It hns nmply demonstrated by Its ijood worlc its right to be
classed as n strictly up-to-date, higii-clas.a 'farm tooj. It is
certain to suit the most critical farmer and t B HiPnev
maker nnd a lnbor-savcr for him,
"I It's a DeereIf s Right"
and does its work perfect onso to the operator and team.
It Is manufactured nnd sold ns a tongueless plow a tonguo
not being necoesnry to best results, but ono is supplied nt
slight cost to those who perfer it that way. Tho Stag is tho
simplest riding plow built, nnyono who can hook up a team
and drive 'em strnight can operate It successfully. It pos
sesses mnny superior feutures not found on other plows,
and It takes a whole book to illustrate and dlscribe them.
Hatter write for it today and all the information you want
about this suporlor implomont,
C.H.V0EGTLY .
Black Imported Percheron Stallion
Will stand at the Fair Grounds, Season .1909
Single Service - - SIO, Season - - $15,
Return - - $17.50 Insure - - $20.
Season, opens .A-prll 15
IIUNItY UICIIAUnsON, Hkchctaiit.
The Standard Bred Stallion
Trial, 2:20
Will Stand the Season of 1909 at the
Elliott Barn, Burns, Oregon
Except on Sunday Afternoons and Mon
day Mornings when he will be at Lnwcn.
I'KOOItnSS, No. 41450 Ik u innlmunny Imy Blnmllnu 10 hnmln high. SIrivl
by Dlnliln. 11401 1 elto of Hlr AlUrlS B.OHJ, ; Hlr.'Jolm H 2:QHi: C'lliior 3:li
Dlnbollta 'J :H4 0 nthtirH In ltn itiau 3:10, und 11 others Mtur than 13 :'J5. li.im
Itoinvinlior Mo, ly WiilltU-iii, l'W7.
llerllm, (trniiclutotlH-r of l'n p,.8, In thti mother of 10 cnlU nil In tho lift. Tim
I.lmlt. Iivr lOtli rolt bn mid e a girun pitnir jtt tlO.OOO. In IiIh llirto-joar-oli)
form lio iniulo ti rvimril of 'J: 10.
Terms: $15, $20, $25
GEO. D. HAQEY, Burns, Oregon. '
HARDWARE
MACHINER-
Binders' Supplies
Full Line of
BUILDING PAPER and
ROOFING
CROCKERY. CHINA
AND GLASSWAkE
QEER & CUM
Burns, Oregon.
Burns Meat
New Shop Oprosile I lie first National Hank Main Si.
Pork, i)
K(iloi ' t
liivcr !tj i
Beef in
Qd.illt .
Vour patron age solicited. il. J HANMiV lJ'
PP-'9 . , 1
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The Most Popular House in Interior m
NEATLYcFl)RNISra-ALL OUTSIDE Kill
Headquarters for Traveling Men and! odi
Agelar.Rarinc Manager, L. Racine, Propt., Burr
Or!
"saagggsa: . "jjawitj a fagarsysw rgssssegg
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLb.
HEM-hRSON ELLIOTT, Propt.
Special altcvii''
to transcient cus i,
? .freight tcainn.
, ir i . . . . L
Jiorscs Kept Oy ti pa
wecvoi'VWilUi.
FIRST CLASS LIVERY TlhMiC
Hay and grain
on hand.
Vour imtrotini m
Smith Main i 11 r.
Special Meniiuu Given
lo Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES -J
ill vvritui'MUri 11 1 1 11 UAKrt. 'nil JSx'a HA
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TWELFTH NIGHT, No. 41906
Trial 3, 2:12 3-1
Slrcil liy Onwiinl Uii!A!4, (do mn-nf UlSIn llio Uttt inojo tlmii miy Qtlior linpo
J. J. Audubon, mini by Ali')mu, liu by.UeorKO Wllkiw, gU'liiu Twflllli Nitjlit
BUFMS MILLINC"
HORTOW & SAYER, Pr ,a
Rough and Dre&sed
Rustic, Flooring, w,...
Finishing Lum& c
Woarest Sawmill to Burns, Ui.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
I.AUIBS AND (IKNTI.UA1UN
CLIJANINfl AND PltUSSIMI
n
nvor fonlnl, (Irrtntl Hir, tlmi- WiIIium d .3. Daiii, MIhh llllu !).08i; lior iif
u double uroHM of Wllkon mid i)iu "f tlioBlronijMt lirod trottura Ih'lnn.
Indlvidtinlly, )i In ndiwiiiiui 161M0 IiiiimIk lilwli. wcluht 1-00 lli, lleluii
(Ivan, lliitllinliM hikI IiU ut sIiuun vh, A iiuinbi'rol tils unJov'lopol 2-jor-olil
colt told ut Auction In Ulitctip ii'Jutin'ji? (L''.M uicli.
TWELFTH NIGHT will sland the season of IW at
The Fair firoumls In Hums, Muuilay., Tuesdays, Wcdnrsilnys n?d Tlmrfdays
l.nwcn on Fridays nnd Saturdays
HIHIEB $25.00 to I3rS"CTISEI
Tor further inrtlciiliira call on or tulclrcss
II. DENMAN, Harriiimu, Ore. J, L. CltAWFOHI), Hums Ore.
A, SCHENK
Merchant Tnilor
I have on hand ataU,TJmes the most t.p-to-ilate.Ilne
of Clqth In the city of Bums
All Work Quiiraiiteeil
BURNS, o
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