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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1910)
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Farmers Dcscnc IIIrU Price.
Farmers in tho country feci
little sympathy with workers
who swarm cities and fight and
boycott and strike for h.Rhcr
wages in order that thoy may
keep pace with "higher cost of
living." In tho bucolic county
of Yamhill a Newberg editor
prints tho follewing:
Farmers complain that they
arc simply compelled to got
along with tho work thev can
perform alone, as thoy say it is
utterly impossible to employ de
pendable help that will remain
with them and be contented.
It doesn't require much of a
stretch of tho memory to recall
tho days of 16 to 1, when thnre
were 1G men ready and waiting
for every job offered. Too much
Farmers could produce cheaper
pork, mutton and milk if they
had tho necessary help, but thoy
can't get it, so tho best of them
keep toiling 1G hours a day
twice as long as tho eight-hour
workers in tho city -in order
that thev mav cct their work
done. Meanwhile thoy hear
howls from tho city eaters who
like the fruits of the chickens,
tho pigs and the sowing, yet not
the labor nor tho price.
If the farmer does the work of
two or more men, as every suc
cessful one nowadays must, is he
not entitled to high prices for
his products on tho city workers
doctrine of extra pay for extra
work, if on no other? Let it bo
known that tho farmers lot is no
"snap" even in these days of
The farmhand will have more
to show for a year's work than
will his average eight-hour bro
ther in the city who must spend
all he makes and then feel that
he has not enough of tho world's
or his own labor's product. Orc
gonian. INDUSTRIAL NOTES.
The sale of the big land grant
of the Williamette Valley & Cas
cade Mountain Road company
during the past week to capital
ists said to represent the Hill
interests indicate to many that
the reported Pacific Coast outlet
for the Burlington will become a
reality. It is believed Hill will
build west from Billings, the
present terminus, to Boise and
thence westward through On
tario and across Oregon to Coos
Bay. The purchase price of this
big land grant will run up into
the millions. If its purchase by
Hill can be confirmed, and this
railway is built, it will mean a
great development for Oregon
for it will open up the most iso
lated sections to settlement
It is expected to complete the
jetty at the mouth of the Colum
bia River this season. Work
starts today on extending it "fur
ther and the dredge Chinook will
operate on the bar during tho
Summer. By the time tho work
stops in November, it is expected
to have a depth of 30 feet on the
bar at low tide.
One of the big wheat farms of
the state was sold the past week
when the lands of the J. A.
Woolery estate, in Morrow coun
ty, passed to a syndicate of
North Dakota bankers. The
sale included 19,000 acres and
the price paid was $150,000. It
will be cut up into small farms.
The purchase of a big tract of
timber land on tho Siuslaw River
during tho past week by Porter
Bros., believed to represent J. J.
Hill, strengthens the belief that
The management of the Oregon Railroad
& Navigation Co. lakes great pleasure in
announcing that the low rate from East
ern cities, which have done so much in
past seasons to stimulate travel to and
settlement in Oregon, will prevail again
this Spring DAILY from March 1 to April
PEOPLE OF OZESlE-GrOIET
The railroads havo dono their part; now
it's up to you. The colonist rate is tho
greatest of all home-builders. Do all you
can to let Eastern people know about it,
and encourage them to como here, where
land is cheap and home-building easy and
Fares can be Prepayed at homo if desired
Any agent of tho road named is authoriz
to receive tho required deposit and tele
graph ticket to any point in tho East.
Remember the Rates From Chicago $33;
from St. Louis, $32; from Omaho and Kan
sas City, $25. This reduction is propor
tionate from all other cities.
WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent,
tho east and west lino across
Oregon will bo built.
Th6 biggest shipment of spray
ing materials over sent to any
fruit district in Oregon was re
ceived during tho past week at
Medford. when 00,000 poun Isnr
rived. It will bo used to fight
fruit pests in tho Rogue. IUver
Tho tax statement of Umatilla
County for 1909 almost reaches
Mm lmlf ii million mark. Tho
county has no bonded indebted
An Open River and Freight
Rate convention will bo held at
Allmnv on Atiril 14. It will bo
Work will soon bo begun on
tho now Federal building at Pen
dleton, which will cost $50,000.
Onlv four votes were recorded
against tho proposed $10,000
bond issue to erect a high school
About a quarter million will bo
unnnHiv tho Coos Bay Gas
Electric company in now equip
tnent and extensions.
A I'nnnl will bo becun soon to
drain and reclaim 19,000 acres in
the Wood River Valloy, Klamath
Tho O. R. & N. farming dem
onstration tram that was run
through Eastern Oregon and
Washington, returning the past
woek. was tho most successful
over operated in this state.
WILL COLONIZE LAND
Opening up of the immense
holdings of the Willamette Val
Ipv & Cnscade Mountains Mili
tary Road company to colpniza
tion by tho Minnesota syndicate,
which has become owner, is ox
nccted to result in cxtensivo ad
vertising of the state of Oregon.
The supposition is that tho ac
tual consummation of tho trans
fer of the land will bo followed
by a rapid opening up of tho
vnsf stretches of vircin soil to
settlers on attractive terms and
that thousands upon thousands
of homeseekers will pour into the
state in response to flattering in
ducements. That tho Hill in
terests will bo in tho field to han
dle this immense traffic is taken
for granted, and thcreforo the
actual transfer of the land is
considered identical to an an
nouncement to the effect that
Hill will stretch a lino across the
state from east to west Jour
nal. This rifle is built
for settled districts.
where good range nnd killing
power arc desired, with safety
to the neighborhood.
The ZZzrr2 .25-20 1 a light, quick
handling, finely-balanced repeater,
with the solid top, closed-In breech
and side- ejection features which make
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It Is made to ute the powerful new high
velocity amokeleie load with lacktttd
bullete well u the well-known black
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,, for woodchucka. seeee.
hawks, fosa, etc., up
Thla ilfle and ammu
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for 3 atampa pottage.
Willow Street.' NEW HAVEN. CONN.
Job prinlingTho Times-Herald
Cottrill & Clomcns linvo put in
a first class saw mill 1J miles
west of Cold Springs is near tho
valley with good road. In first
class timber picked trees from
tho government. Prepared to do
custom work. Seo them about
your government permit nt once.
Estraykd Cnmo to my place
one black maro about 9 years old,
three white foot and star in foro
head, branded an open chain link
with bar above on right stifle,
scar on right hind leg. Ono sor
rel maro, throo whito foot, white
face, about ten years old, brand
ed TL connected with quarter
circlo bar over on right 'shoulder.
Owners may have same by prov
ing property nnd paying chnrges.
Any lady render of this paper
will receive, on request, a clover
"No-Drip" Coffco Strainer Cou
pon privilege, from Dr. Shoop,
Racino, Wis. It is silver-plated,
very pretty, and positively pre
vents all dripping of tea or coffco.
Tho Doctor sond3 it, with his
now free book on "Health Coffco"
simply to introduce this clover
substitute for real cofTeo. Dr.
Shoop's Health Coffee is gaining
its great popularity becauso ef:
first, its exquisite tasto and fla
vor; second, its nbsoluto health
fulness; third, its economy li
lb 25c: fourth, its convenience.
No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boil
ing. "Mado in a minuto" says
Dr. Shoop. Try it nt your gro
cer's for a pleasant surprise.
Sold by Reed Bros.
Any and all persons owing the
Tirnt of Hngey, Fcnwick & Jnck
son, either on account or note,
are hereby notified that all such
accounts nnd notes are now in
tho hands of C. H. Leonnrd for
collection. Such persons are
hereby requested to'mako imme
diate settlement of the same.
Dated Aug. 6th, 1909.
IlAGHY, FENW1CK & JACKSON.
Hunting ia forbidden upon my
placo mijoininc Itiirne. TrespusH
rH will bu prosecuted.
C. II. VOEOTLY.
NOTIOK QV 8ALK.
In tlio County Court nl llio State of Oro
con for Harney County.
In tlio matter of thoKsUtoot Wllllum
I), Ilucliannu, diseased.
llascd Uxjn tlio vuilllod petition of
(icorgo I., llucliannn, tlio qimllflwl mil
acting administrator of tlio ettatu of
William I). Ilticlianan, deceased, tiled
herein, from v, lilch it appears to bo to tho
beat Interest of. tlio mid citato and alt
parties Interested therein, that tlio roal
cstato of Bald cstato sltuato in tlio snld
count) nnd atato bo sold, an a wliolu nnd
described as follews: K NWJt KJ
8WJ4 and Sl'M J Section 0, Tp. 2'.', It 82
B. W. M.
Notlco Id hereby ilyon In pursuant
to an order of said Court duly
mado and entered on tlio 7th day of
March, 1010, to All porioin interested In
the laid catate; and particularly Kllen
J. Iluchauaii widow, Joseplilno Spencer,
William T. Ilticlianan, Harriett J. liar
rlton, Joseph W. llucliannn, Amanda
.Martin, Kllzn Martin, George I,, llucli
annn, and Monroe Uuclianan, lielrn of
tho snld William I) Uuclianan, de
cerned; to appear beforo tlio County
Court of aaid County and State, at tho
Court-room thereof, In said county and
lato, on tlio 2nd day of May, 11)10, at 10
o'dock In tho forenoon of ia!d day,
then and there to show cause, If any
they havo why an order as prayed for in
tho petition should not bo granted to
l be said administrator to soil all of the
real estato of the said cstato at either
public or prl vli salo for tho purposes
mentioned in said petition, as bo shall
judgo to bu for the best interests of said
uBtato and all parties Intorcslod therein:
This notlco Is ordered published onco
a week for Tour succes Ivo weeks In Tho
Timet-Hcrnld, a nowspapir printed and
published at Hums, Oregon, In said
County tho first publication thereof Sat
urday, Murch ID, 1010, tho last publics'
tion April 0,1010.
Dated this 7th day of March, 1010.
(inoiiaiJ L. HUCHANAN,
Stock Inspector, Uarner Coaaty,
beautif ully illuitialad, good itorlas
and artkUt about CaUorala sad
all lb Far Wui.
darotad each morili la lbs ar
tulia itproducrioa at uSa beat
work f araataui ui ft efeulooaj
KOAD 07 A THOUsUHD WOHDSSS
a book si pagea, tontauung
120 colared pholognfii ot
plcturatqua SMti la CaUersla
Total . . , $3,35
All for , . . . $2.50
AJJxui all oroVi la
Flood BulMIng Saa FiaacUM
NEW CLUimiNQ PROPOSITION
Wo have arranged to oiTor in
connection with this paper, tho
now monthly farm magnzino Just
started at Lincoln, Nebraska) by
Prof. II. W. Campbell and dovol
cd to tho subject of how to farm
in tho dry country nnd how to
got best results from soil llllugo
under normal conditions. This
Paper is Campbell's Scientific
Farmer nnd we olfcr it clubbed
with Tho Timcs-Torald both for
$2.G0 per year cash. Prof. Camp
bolls' now paper is a monthly,
chock full of good things, tho
only paper of its kind in tho
world, and it embodies tho re
sults of tho editor's many years
of painstaking investigation of
tho soil tillago proposition.
Tho following aro Rev. A. J.
Irwin's regular preaching ap
pointments for the year 1910.
Burns tho third and fourth
Sundays of each month nt 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunset School IIouso at 10:30
a. in. tho first Sunday of each
Narrows at 3 p. m. and 7:30
p. m. tho first Sunday of each
Wnverly at 10 a. m. tho second
Sunday of each month.
Lawcn at 3:30 p. in. nnd 7:30
p. m. tho second Sunday of each
Dcnstcnd School IIouso at 3 p.
m. tho third Sunday of each
Sundny School at Burns every
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock n.
Services at tho Baptist Church
first and second Sundays in each
month. Sunday School at 10 n.
m. every Sunday. Prayer meet
ing Thursday evening.
The Lone Star
China George, Proprietor,
Cor. Main nnd 11 Streets,
fVienus at aliu nouns
Bakcny In Gonncation.
A Specialty of Short Orders.
Tnblo ftirniHliotl with ovorytlilnj;
tho market nfTonlri Your patron-
ago ttolioi toil.
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lluht Hull 11
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A. K. Itlclianliou
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Couiity Court mrtta the flint Wvlnraday In
January, Marcli, Ma?. Jutjr, Helciabor and
UAiiNxr v. s. i.aki) orrics.
Mayor, Ham Mull nrthoad
llsrorder, .. . . ,1'. T. Itaudall
rrvaaumr J.U UoiiisJr
Marahal, . M. r. Wllllama
fiv. u. nrowu
A, (J. W oleoma
Mcclluxa ol the Council uwrr Second and
;c en mc nm
Oat nf town ,poiila
uk suit or MrctU
crown for $3.6
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LATEST TYPE FACES
and a very Complete Line
Blue mountain Rapid Transit Line
Operating from Austin via Prairie City, John Day, Canyon City to BuriHOrcgon
Yi lii)8 from U.ikcr City t Munis, Oregon.
Four and six horse Block and covered coaches
the entire distance Kailroad to Hums 105 miles
For rates ask
L. WOLDENBERG, Manager.
Osiri-3rorL OIt3r, Oxegori.
Main St., - -
I f SjBBK3ftl f I
BURNS MILLING CO.
HORTON ii SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
THE ANDERSON HOTEL
A1U. and MRS. CMAS..ANI)UKSON,Slropts.
Wo tiro pleased to annoiinco to.our old-timo friends
and customers Hint wo havo again taken cliargo of
our hotel. Wo Just completed renovating the on
tiro buildiiiK and you will find tho old-timo homo
comforta when you call. Wo hope to seo you soon.
The old favorite Family Hotel where guests receive
Special Attention and Good Service.
SOU i II BURNS, OREGON Near Fair Grounds.
- Burns, Oregon,
ATTOIINKY AT LAW. '
Itootns 5 snd 0 Odd Follow Building
C A. REMBOLD
OluiH. H. .Leonard,
Onroful nltontion friyon to Oolloo-
tlonn nnd Ronl Kstnte mnttcrs.
Collection, Lnd business, snd Ileal
Katste lustier promrlUattsndsd to.
CHflRuES W. ELLIS
Burns, , - Oregon
l'rnctlco In tlio Btato Courts and bo
foro tlio U.S. Land Offlco.
A. W. GOWAN
Stnto Courts nnd United States
Land Office Practice
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Bank
J. LU. CBARY
rhstclan and Surgeon,
HtirriB, - - - Oregon.
Offlco In now building south of Weloomo
harness shop, Main Bt.
DENM1N & DEfiMHN,
Physicians and Sargeons
Calls (towered promptly night or day
plARSPEN & GRIFFITH
Physicians aud Burgeons.
b. E. HIBBARD
OlIIco first door east photo uallory
W. C. HROWN,
Olllcu In new land office building, neit
door north of ot office.
.- ' 'HLL.l.1. 'I , IHBB gj
HAKNKV 1X)UUK, NO. 77, I. O O T.
Me.ta ersry Sturday In Odd Fellow Hall
at 7:8U pin. r, A. Cole,
Ariur II or ton, Bacrttary. N.O.
IIUUN8I.UI)(IKN0,7, A r. A U
MMftaotvry Drit aud third Valurday lu aaali
inoo'li J. K. Iniiau. W. M.
Tliua Btgcra, Bcratary.
IIAKNKY VALLEY CAMP No Ml, W.ol W.
klteta emry (Int and laoonilTutaday.
W. A. Qowan, Clerk.
u. n. aici.
IIUItNg CIU1TKK NO. 40, O. K. B.
Meets every second and foarth Mondays, lu
Ma.on o Hall. K, Byrd, W. kl,
lionet Uuwan, Beoretary.
dYLVIA KKIIKKAII JJKOHKK No.O.
Meetaerery latandsd Wedneesay.
Delta Dillard Reo Hee'y. T ''
rULK CIHin.K No. 1U, W. ol w.
Meets every fourth Tueaday.
.. . . . . Maud llortun, O.
Ileilor Good ra an, clerk.
The Oregon Call
forula and Nevada
Live (Stock I'rotee
lion Association, ol
which lbs under
eliined Is a member
will live 11.000 00
leading to th ar
rut and conviction
olany parly or par
ties aleallna horiea.
cattle or uults be
longing to any of Its
In addition lothe above, the undersigned ol
lera on tho eahie condition 1500.00 for all horees
branded hone ahoo bar ou both or either Jaw
llraud reconled;in eight countlea. Range Har
ney, Lake and Crook rountles, llortts tented
None but grown horaeaiold, and only In large
W, W. IlllOU N, rite, Oregon.
Wo collect uvorywlioro and make u
vliarKO unliss collection Is iiiiile. We
pluasu our clittnts
A U dross
Moiiuan Mihoahtils Co.,
Kontoii li!d., Portland, Oro.
The Harney Valley Brewing Co.
Family Trad Solicited FrtselDcllvery
T. E. JVNKIN8. Manasor
5umpter Valley .
TIMB TAIlf-i: NO. 3(1 IN Kl Ki;
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10:04 ' Locltlmrti " t
10:07 " "Thompson? " i
10tl7 " Stoddard Jnnctlonr "
10:22" WJntorTnnkt "
10:32" Dean'd Sour "4
10:30 " McKwont "
10:65 " JUNCTION! " 4
11:10" Bumpier "4
11:16" "JUNCTION?1 "J
11 M0" Summit? "J
12:00" OliCittnpt "3
18:05 ' Wlillntijt "
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Slop on slunnln only No nnont
Tickets Issued only for stations wl
trains nrw scheduled to mnku rtgt
stops. I'tisacnuer must purclmr-c II
la where agents cxlnt lxjforo enter!
trains or 20 renin in addition lo (he
gular faro Will bo charged.
JOSKl'II A. Vl:ST, Supl,
ailANTaKDDER, At. Sapt.
mc for tale by all progressive
Hardware and Sporting
DJLN UEAIiD'S tpltndi rfort
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