The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, June 26, 1909, Image 2

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tfir nf Djtlcinrl 10 linfitvinrp w
ncial, says Col. Hofor in tho Cap-
t&l Journal.
ft n g uutsiao ot a low men oi prom
( nonce, Portland is not backing
sUio fight for the development of
Ul Oregon
The great campaign for a rail
road through Southern, Idaho,
icrosa Central Oregon to, Cooa
Bay, is not attracting, the ntton-
don it deserves in the Oregon
metropolis.
The Portland Journal hasfoapk
;d tlie fight for the doveloppiont
if Oregon and Idaho.
The Portland Chamber, qf Com
merce came to the rescue in the
':trmrofln hflforn tlio Orotron l01.rU.
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; Jatiire.
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1 I 1 I About twenty QfVtlwa.splid men
J 1 r 'hi that city, undoi;-tbe leadership
j J I i M President qMaster,, helped
H ; J ihe passage, of the railroad
ft . 1 """""". "1 " wi..w.M..i
That about completes, tlio reci
tal rt t.Vio urnrlr rlnno hv Port.
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B'HIUnd.
r'ltffi Neither the Portland Commer-
i 1 Iffi mini f"1i tim fViA rKnYilot rtf
W4l UtUU llUi VAtV UIKiUIUWl Ui
Commerce are paying any atten
$on to the Development Congress
to be held at Burns July 1, 2, 3.
i) inc L.namuer oi commerce
Pnllafin nnA TinifA nf Troln
f JrJournnl havo not a word for the
fr great struggle of the undeveloped
interior.
Thev are either indifferent or
i'Vthey do not represent the com
, , mercial interests of the metropo-
ifolia.
If they could attend one of
these great development coVlven-
uuns sucn us mivc ueen nciu in
Idaho and Oregon m the past
year, they would be' awakened
front- their somnolent toonnV-
dfenm nVd nrehans imbibe rt little
of "the Interior'ehthusiasni,
A irrrn ITiinn PHilntifl nimorpiQl
J .If publication tell about land ad-
i vancihgfrqm tiesage brush to
a t jsi,ana yy an acre,,
vTney tlfabpijj; great interior
hJsYalleys'' "being converted into
-JiKgreat alfalfa and fruit lands,
, u "Of Phey tell about settlers looking
' i for homes in the undeveloped
i rffJJt portions of Idaho and Oregon.
Jrf The Portland commercial clubs
i I have been vory busy with their
II'. rose show.
1 , They have been entertaining
1 1 Japanese visitors.
. They are very much interested
"? in the commerce of the Oriental
, countries.
They are struggling to keep
' ,f ,the army heahquarters from be-
; ing removed from Vancouver to
I f Seattle.
4. . They are worrying about the
.dumping of" refuse and 'the re-
f .' 'i ip.airingiof their bridges.
iBut the slogan' "Develop all
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freis id for the. Upbuilding of
Poland.
If this jtadifffcrfffiCo is contin
ued and the grnt undeveloped
interior onco goia nn outlet to
Coos Bay or Butto, Mont, Port
land will reap n harvest of neg
lect nt tho hands of tho territory
they now ignore.
If this writer could nrouso
Portland to its true interests,
oven nt tho risk of incurring per
sonal unpopularity, ho would bo
rendering that city and tho stnto
n great service
allows Oil children blwwm
tho ngc of 4 and 2Q"in the dis
trict, but if is estimated that
tho enrollment nt tliqoponingof
school this fall will bo 1C4, On
this cBlimotd, should tho board
add another teacher, tho pupils
would bo placed thus:
Koom 1
Eoom 2
Ttoom .')
Koom 4
Koom B
Room G
80
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32
C. H. Leonard and "Daddy"
Byrd loft this morning for tho
mountains to visit fie 6nvf mills
and spent u day or two ruflticnl
ing. rftTiTioN roil liquoh mc!j:nsi:
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rzsiv.ift hi
WILL SINK Y!!U DCCPER.
Jlossrs Smith&Swain havo sunk
tho well ni tho II. M. Horton
place ton depth of GO 1 feet and
used nil tho casing provided.
Thoy had to censo operations on
that account but Mr. Horton has
ordi'rod 400 feet more casing and
will prosecute tho work to n
depth of 1000 foot if un artesian
How is not struck bofore that
depth is reached.
This well is about two miles
east of tho one drilled by tho
county several years ago when
artesian water was found" and all
who havo studied tho lay of tho
country consider tho prospects
good for a How nt the present
well.
SUMI'TER VALLGV, C0MIN0.
"King'1 Uoyid. speaks through
his., authorized, representative
Grant Gcdde? and roilroadless
Grait responds in glnd acclaim,
says tlw Blue Mountain Eaglo.
David Eccles has given his sanc
tion to, tho oxtonsion of tho
Summer Valley railroad from its
Present terminus nt Austin to
Prairie City according to a wiro
received by tho Blue Mountain
Eaglo from Acting Goncrnl Sup
erindent Grant Geddcs Wednes
day morning. Mr. Geddes au
thorized tho Eaglo to make tho
statement tlmt the extention
would be mado to Prnirio City
this summer and fall and that
tho active work of construction ,
has already commenced. The ( Salisbury fixes wntches P.O. block
routo will be up Clear creek to ,
tho summit of Dixie mountain nt i
Hucklcbury Flat and then down
Dads creek and on to the beauti
ful and fertile valley of the John
Day and into Prairie City where
terminal grounds havo been se
cured. This is a distance of
about twenty-two miles.
Two hundred men will be put to
work, and Mr. Geddes states
that employment will bo given
to all who apply from Grant and
Harney counties and good wages
will be paid. There' will be no
temporizing and thework will be
pushed through" to nn early com
pletion.1 i
T6 Tlio Honornblo County Court nf
Hnrney County, Slotu of Orison.
o tho iimlcrnluncd lognl votor or!
I'uoblo I'reclnrt, llnrnuy County, Oro-1
Hon no rospeotfolly petition Your lion
or.Uila llojy (o uront to Dohnnn I). Oof-
unlmngli n retail I.liinor Dealer' llcetiru
lo roll Mqnors nt lil plneo of Imsliicm
at Doulo, Harney County, Orcuon (torn
tlm (llh Jy of Juno, 1000, until tlio (llli
day ot Deeombcr 10011, nml jour !llllon
or will over prny.
Nktuua Nxtnen
M J ()' Connor Cliai A Onrrot
VV Duchlcn A O liamont
(loo Denny W II FVuroni
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D W Dcfonrmugli Snm Hall
Jolnil.iibbliiKu Trunk Adrian
J. K. Wllllninton J 0 lienty
II WMoAlllitor Wllllniu Mirnon
Josopli Cntlow M Gnlvln,
(loo D Mntliowton h N Tlioiricix
UCIilham Julin O Trnvcrfe.
Ailiun Atlrlnn Trod llollawiyJ
lirnoit llollouny CcIiiihIjiih Gimo
U I. Ilollowny 8 DofyiVaiiKli
Wm Mnrpliy (icorgu OIohuIi
Adam Defonbougli O Aj'fhoiiiM'ii
Notice In hereby kIvou Hint oti HittunUy
tlio IMtb day of July, WO!) the mi
onlgnod will apply to.tlmCnunty Court
of tho Btatoof Oregon for Ilarnoy (.'easi
ly, for tbu llcoueu moutloneil in tlio
forcKoltiK ptitqn.
Dii.JfA.N D. DUKNIVMKIIt
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MICHAEL SCHENK
MERCHANT TAILOR
SatisfactionkCuaranteed
. CLUANINS.nHINS AND REPAIRING
rOKlLAWliS ANB GENTLEMEN
All- orders receive prompt and careful attention
The Necu Tailors, McGee Dldg , Burns, Oregon
' ON STREET LEADIN TO COURT IIOU8K
66:
At The Welcome Pharmacy
You cun Hud 11m boat Holcctod mid largCHt iih
sortinont of ovorythlng to bo found in an up-lo-duto
drug Btoro.
PRBSCRIPTION WORK
ia our spuciallty mid wo havo tho bowl ucjuipped
lubomtory in tliu intorior. If Wo iihu only th(
beBt and purest of drugH und clieuriculH, and
our prices are right. Yours for business
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon.
Adam I' II, (ItoiuiK
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' J," Oregon" falls upon eari that are
,' 1 deaf, anfl souls that are 'wooden,
ifV indeedf they do' not belong to
the bitulithic a-ge. ' '
tAbdut ten1 men in that city are
r . awakening to thd' galllhg '-ni'':
f efty for the detfeldptftehrj-'of Hm
vrt interior, n' " v '
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tip. 6295.
Hf port of tliii roncltllou u( I ho
FUST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS,
lnlhefcUle oT bttvm, i tho Horn of lmt
DM, Jane Dnt, 1W
Kttovkctt
Ixiint mt DUcouult W'o.niJX)
Orerilftfu. ocurcl nj uneuret uxa
V S HonftOMCure circulttlon M.CO00
V A llonJi to ccui U Dcpotltt SMmucu
Other llotnl to tecum 0 H. pepoUtt 10 000 of)
rremlumi on If. 8. llooJ J too W
Dondi, iceurltlti, eto StUMSO
IltnklDf hguio.futnilnte and ftittmn 0.000CO
Due from Ntlonl Dnk (not re
tcrte kienti)
Due from Slate and t'rlmte Iltn kt Ltl
Bankert Trnat Corapantre and 8ar
1d(i Ilanka
Due from approved reserve ageola
Checkt and other canh Itemi
Notei of other National Ilanka
Fractional paper currency, nlckelt,
and ceula.
Lxwri'L money Knmi in dihk
vli:
Specie IMJUU
Legal tender notea 30 00 l3(i
Itedemptlou fund with U. H. Treasur
er (S per cent of circulation . ., I.KflOO
Total
LIBILmi.
CapllU Hock paid In 13.000 00
'U'Plua S0.000(
undivided profit,, lot expentea and
taxrapatd J486 7J
National Hank Notta eulatandlui: 2i.WOW
Due to State and rrlvale Uanki1 and
llankere " -' ' T,awi
Indlvldnaldepoaltaiuhject to check HM,M7
0 daysRemo7al Sak-30 days
BeginningMonday, Jnne 14,'09
14-inch Sulky PIowb, Regular l?r.ice,
10-inch
jJO-tooth J-incli drag har,rows. "
d'aso dine harrows "
Ifoosior singlo djsc drUJs "
Spring tooth lywrowF, lf.tpotl,,
5-fout (Jhaitip. ipoveisi-twvy
9-fpot,
10foot
$ 00.00
0L00.
24.00
15.Q0
125,00
140,00
30.00
32.50
75. 0Q
Now, $ RO.OO
51.00
IG.0J
' 36.00
" 112,00
" 125.00
25.00
27.50
05.00
U7.00
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and
Open
11,411
H.VJO 74
116,771 HI
4,I4 7
119 00
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" " 43.00
Everything in Implements, Buggies,
Top Hacks at Reduced Prices
VURNEY COUNTY IMPLEMENT & HARDWARE. GO.
Be a Booster-Keep Things Moving
Wo can match you with nil kind of trades. Drop in and
let tm know what you havo to trado or sell. Wo will do
your Hurvoying or Bell you fruit treett, shrubory or seeds
to make the homo more beautiful ahd profitable.
If you havo any wan laconic to us. Wc have the yoods
Mild can deliver them.
Inland Empire Realty Co.
Bums, Oregon
HARDWARE
MACHINERY
Binders' Supplies
Full Line of
BUILDING PAPER and
ROOFING
CROCKERY. CHINA
AND OLASSWARI
GEER & CUMMINS
Burns, Oregon.
Burns Meat Nlmizet
New Shop Opposite Ibc First Naliooal Hani Mam M
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Agcats
Cigars
and
Smokers'
Articles
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Demand certlfkatea of depodt
Time Certificate! tot depoalt.
Caihler'acheckf Outitaudlhr
United Statea liepoalta
DepoaltaotU. 0. dlibuTilngofflcon
LUblllllci other than ibore itite.l:
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Total
STATE OF OREGON,!..
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Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS' AND TEAMS
'Phone toiYtefor Your Doctor Calls.
R. J..iVlcKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
I
Cut Glass
and
Slh ensure i
FISHING
TACKlXi
The City Brng Store
R6ED BROS., Proprietors
Sucrcsaors to H. M. Ilurtan
Our line ot DrugH, Patent Medicines and
TaiU't Articles arc Compute.
WE USE ONLY THE BEST OF DRUGS
IN OUR PRESCRIPTION WORK AND
WE NEVER SUBSTITUTE.
Yours for Accuracy and Lowest Prices
Agents f3r (be
SECURITY STOCK FOOD
Largest collection i'ost Cmis
and Albums in Ike City.
srttm'A'9b'sis9'v&
Sffilllsv vdSHIRlfe Pork
Yok patron age solicited. H. J MANSE"'
iSB"'ulul '-" g&a&
itsscieetc&Sf&tctsxittsssssstci
vei;
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BOOST HAPey COWTY
Mojjvoy. Ca
,,i givo you tho bent. vaiu? for your
'AW
& . CLEVENGEE'S. STORE
rieo what you Biivoon tliothingH onunioraled belew:
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bank, dd MmblrtMi.rtf
inentla tnfe toili ip
belief. '" ''
Corrects
. above named
it the above I'.tlo
.of my Vnowlciliio and
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B6ntitle(ito,'
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upon its
xor wnicn it
out as much credit
for runninpr down
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II, H, IIorioh
J. W.Oximy
Dlrectore.
Bubacrlbed and aworn to liefore rue thla 21th
dar ot June, 1W9
Fank Uivar,
(Seal) NitaryTubllo for Oregon
THE SCHOOL MCETINn.
cjo far no railroad lino or
steamship line to an Oregon port
bears the earmarks of Portland
paternity.
Of twenty men we could men
tion who have awakened out of
tho Rip Van Winkle sleep of the
Plethoric Portland Plutocracy so
far only one man has been will
ing to go out and attend develop
ment conventions who is not a
salary booster. Col. Charles Er
skino Scott Wood.
It has been impossible pry loose
from their idols any of the rest
of the big guns who are chasing
the almighty dollar in tho Ore
gon metropolis.
They are snlendid boosters for
Portland but there it Btops.
The president of this Develop
ment League did coax a steam
boat load of Portland commer
cialistsdown to Coos Bay to a
Developmeut CdngresB.
As a result of that trip foirr
flfths of the jobbing trade of
Coos Bay that formerly went to
San Francisco now goes to Port
land. Portland financiers are making
a great mistake in not meeting
the interior country half way in
their stauggle for development
Every dollar spent and every
Sewing Machines, Pi
anos, Building Paper,
Wall Paper, Carpets,
Rugs, Linoleum, Mat
ling, Art Squares,
Mattresses, Springs,
Roofing, Trunks and
Valices, Baby Car
riages, Pictures,- Por
tiers, Chamber Sets,
Upholstered Goods.
BURNS HOTEL BAR
DIBBLE & STEPHENS, Proprietors.
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
I Club Rooms in Connection
Courteous andjjObliging Bar Tenders
1 EVERYTHING. FIRST-CLASS DROP IK
Centrally Located and Connected with Hotel Uurns
i
The Most Popular House in Interior Ougo
NEATLYbFURNISU2D-aLL outside km is
T T 1 f Tt ft TV 7T 1 fl
ncaaquarters tor i raveling men and l ounsi
AgelarRacine Manager, L. Racine, Propt , B . '
VENIN
NocJUoo Shuttles nml Dobblno or
uo In All MM of Sowlnfl Machines.
Black Imported Percheron Stallion
Will stand nt the Fair Grounds, Season i9oo
Slnjjle Service - - $10, Season - - $15,
Return - $17.50 Insure - - $20.
Season, opens -A-pxll IB
-IIUNKY RIOIUIUISON, SwnwAin.
i-j.jx-iai.-j.-
Tho annual school meeting wiib
held last Monday and, as usual,
very few were in attendance.
Dr. J. W. Geary was elected
director and W. E. Huston was
elected school clerk.
It appeared from tho report of
tho clerk there are outstanding
warants to tho amount of $1800.
The matter of levying a special
tax for tho coming year was de
ferred to a later meeting as it
seems tho change in the manner
of assessments will increase tho
value of property in tho district
Thoso present voted in favor
of tho board employing ft sixth
teacher and provide and equip
another room.
The following is tho report of
tho nromotions from each room
in tho public school of Burns last
year as shown by Principal Kay-
mond who conducted all examina examina
teons: Grado 1 1?
Failurea 1
Grade2 W
Conditional . ... 1
GradeB 20
Grade 4 . 12
Conditional . . . H
Grado 5 22
GradeG lt
Grade7 17
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asr lAUi pi-ow
Tho Stati la ono of tho latest and best additions to tho famom
Doore Line of Riding Plows. Is light In weight, simple
nnd durable In construction full of genuine merit,' and has
shown Its mettlo nnd utility in every test it has been put to.
It has amply demonstrated by Us good work its right to be
classed as n strictly up-to-date, high-class farm tool, It la
certain to suit tho moat critical farmer and bo a money
maker and n labor-saver for hltn,
"If It's a Deere-Ifs Right"
and does Us work perfect euse to tho operator and team.
It la manufactured and sold as a tonguoless plow o tpnguo
not being necorsary to best results, but ono is supplied at
alight cost to thoso who perfer It that way. The Stag is tlio
simplest riding plow built, anyono who can hook up a toam
and drlvo 'cm straight can operate It successfully. It pos
sesses many superior features not found on other plows,
and it takes n whole book to Illustrate and dlscribo them.
Hotter write for it today and all the information you. want
about this superior implement.
C. H. VOEPTLY
The Standard Bred Stallion
Trial, 2:20
Will Stand the Season of 1909 at the
Elliott Barn, Burns, Oregon
Except on Sunday Afternoons nnd Mon
day Mornings when ho will be nt Lawen.
PROORUSS, No. 4U50, ii a mahogany bay atumlltiu HI hands IiIrIi. 8Irtl
by ninliln. INOIj slrooffilr Albert B 2 :03? ; SlrJJJohn H '.' 014, t'llpiwrS Ortj
Dlubolltn Ui84 Uotliory In Imn UianOtlO, and Uotliara buttfr tluui 'J:'J5. lam
Itcnivinbur Mo, by Waldnteln, 12607.
llcttbn, Kraiidmotbur of rropreae, Is tlie uiotliorol 10 ciiHh nil In tho lift. 'Iliu
I.lmlt, her ltUli colt uifi rold n tt reen pucur at 110,000 In hi thro-yeir-old
form ho mndo n roeoril dl'.MlO.
Terms: $15, $20, $25
QEO. D. HAQEY, Burns, Oregon.
ever
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TWELFTH NIGHT, No. 41906
Trial 3, 2:12 3-1
Sited hy Onward 9:85, tho lro ot 108ln Ihu lUt nuiro limn mi) other hro
fouled. Clrixnd 8iro. flwrgo Vllkw3t2J. Dam, MIh Ullu 8 0!iM i l'rln
r A.ti,n,i. .tr..l hv Alovone. ho hy. Ueoruo Wllkos, Klvlnu Tolllh Mght
it'dooble crow of Wllko ond onenf tho.trougo.t brod trollor- Ihlng.
IndUldually. ho I chutnut 16 8-10 hands lilKh, eluht 1200 llm. He lm
Ucun. Ilatllmbs and hU Rt shows well. A uumburot hla imduxoloiunl 3-joar.old
colts sold ut Auction In Ohlcago averaging 224 tach.
TWELFTH NIGHT will stand tho season of 196) at
TIk Fair Around la Burn, IKly, Twwlajs, Wednestfflys ami Thursdays
Lswwt m Frktays asj Saturdays
E3S3r3 j$255.00 to I3STSXJE3
For fitrtiwr jmrticwlRW call cm or Rtldresw
tt nTi5NMAN. Harrlmwi, Ore. J. L. CKAWFOliU, uurns ure.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
HENDERSON ELLIOTT, Proi.t
Special at I ' a
iu iraiiscienr
freight leant
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week ornumti-
IS
FIRST CLASS LIMR iiRViTSL
Hag and ami
on hand.
Vour patititnt.' ' -youth
Mnii J , Km
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
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NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES .l&SiBlW
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IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
BURNS MILLISC " 0
HORTON & SAYER, Propn
Kougn ana uressed Lu.al s
Rustic, Flooring, Mould n g.
Finishing Lumber.
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Ccou
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Lumber Yard in Burns,
LADIHS AM) li:NlLI:JMUN
CLGANINQ AND PIIUSSIN
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A. SCHENK
Alcrclmm Tailor
I have on hand atallTlmes'the most tip-to-date
line of Cloth In the city of Burnb
All NYork Guaranteed
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