The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, July 16, 1910, Image 2

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Such weather and seasons as
wo are now experiencing empha
sizes the necessity of tlio conser
vation and proper handling of
our water supply. We need a
Moses right now and the sooner
the matter is taken up the better
for all concerned.
While the work of securing a
creditable exhibit of Harney
county products for the fair and
Mr. Hill is rather a hard task
our people are going to do the
.very best possible and The
Times-Herald hopes all will co
operate. Thin has been a very
bad season not alone in this sec
tion, but all over the middle and
western states, so there is no
occasion for getting discouraged.
Some very encouraging reports
are now coming in regarding
crops in various parts of the
county. The season has been
the most unfavorable for many
years and prospects were rather
discouraging. The short crops
are not confined to this section
alone, however, as they are
short all ovef the country. One
man who has land holdings here
has just returned from Alberta
where he had a large acreage
seeded and reports it an entire
failure.
A perfect town is that in which
you see the farmers all patronize
the home merchants, the mer
chants all patronize their neigh
bors for goods they do not handle
themselves, the laborers spend
ing their money they earn with
their tradesmen, and all animat
ed by a spirit that they will not
purchase articles abroad if they
can be bought at home. The
spirit of reciprocity between
merchants and mechanics, trades
men and manufacturers, results
in time in makiug the town a
perfect one to do business in.
Blue Mountain Eagle.
coast will bo built is tho state
ment ma lo by W. P. Davidson,
president of the Oregon and
Western Colonization Company,
who was in Ontario last Kriday
and Saturday with a party of
colonization agents who will act
in conjunction with tho company
to bring settlers upon tho road
hnds throughout this state, says
tho Optimist. Davidson and his
company bought tho road lands
last spring only after the express
assurance of tho Hills that thoy
would build their road to parallel
the land grant across the slate,
and although Mr. Davidson ad
mits that tho time of construc
tion has not been settled, ho is
very positive in staling that
there is no doubt about tho ulti
mate building of the road.
ItUILIMMl COUNTY ROADS.
W. L. Gibson, county' road
master for Malheur county, was
in Ontario Saturday on his way
to Vale for a conference with the
county court. Mr. Gibson and
tho road commissioners aro busy
this summer building the line
graded county road leading west
ward toward Hums, which road
the county authorized this spring.
This road is 2S miles in length,
and extends from Ontario
through Vale and the Malheur
canyon to the west boundaries
of the county.
The workmen are using a mod
ern road grader, requiring four
teen horses and three men to
operate it. A heavy plow is fix
ed in the center of the machine
with an elevator 18 feet long at
tached to the plow. With this
machine 1000yds of the hnrdest
kind of dirt can be lifted in
ten hours. All the dirt loosened
by the monster plow is automat
ically carried up the elevator and
distributed in the center of tho
road. With this machine it is
found it costs only about 5 cents
to lift a yard of earth, where
with the use of the Fresno or
other road device it costs 12 to
21 cents to move a yard of dirt,
diirerence in tho cost of the
latter being duo to the condition
of the soil being moved. Onta
rio Optimist.
Well, Well! The Prairie City
Miner says the Burns boys re-
f,it.rl f rtlnt? nnnfl-im (rnmn U'ltll
jj, luacu il"J ....w....... -
" the Prairie ball team "which is
. proof enough of their fears."
That's strange. The writer per
sonally offered the boys $75 to
stay and play a third game but
they refused. Let's not get
touchy about these little matters
Bro. Miner. You have eaten
some John Day Valley green
apples or something that doesn't
agree with you. Ask your boys
if they wern't offered $75 by the
secretary of the Fair Association
to play another game in Burns.
Autos Help (loud Koads Cause
To espouse the cause of good
roads is popular because good
roads benefit everybody. Motor
clubs that put forth their efforts
to the building and maintenance
of roads will strike a popular
cord and should and will receive
the support of the general public.
Time was, not so many years
ago, when the motorist dared
not advocate good roads; in fact
he hardly dared advocate any
thing, for whatever he was for
the rest of the people were
against. The motorist was an
Ishmacl. Every man's hand
was against him, and tho ini-
Tho Home Hotel is tho comfor
table place lo board.
I. Foster and son Frank aro
over from thoir Silver Creek
homo.
Toulouso -gooso for sale $1.50
each. -Mrs. I Alio Parker, Hums,
Oregon.
Regular preaching service at
tho Haptisl church tomorrow
mornning and evening.
Harry McClure, Hailoy Hayes
and Lloyd Johnson were in tho
city tho first of tho week on land
buslni'sa.
Seventy five conUs buys one
'dollars worth of white goods,
MUKU RAILROADS.
A news dispatch from Boise
says:
Articles of incorporation of
the Butto Boise & San Francisco
Railroad Company havo been
filed in Butto by State Senator
W. II. llavilaud, whom tho ar
ticles namo as president of the
company, according to informa
tion received in Loiso railroad
circles. Tho capitalization of tho
company is given as $25,000,000.
The route of this now road
places its terminals at Butte in
tho northeast and San Francisco
in the Southwest, tho lino to
n n u.i.Konm.y uirouu n .mm,.., , ,,.. ,,,,,, GUKVP MID-SUM-Idaho.
Oregon and California. M.... wm3 gA,K (ll ,,0
The avrage cost of construction, r .
per mile is estimated at $10.000. ' Lmim bl0,u , , , ,
and from Butto to Boise the Foil Sai.k Several head of
route is practically parallel horses , '1 and 5 years old,
with tho Boise road, for which weighing from 1050 to 1250 each,
articles of Incorporation were Call at the Tiinett-Horald office,
filed six months ago. Mr. Rue- If you want to make a trade,
lens, the foreign representee, is sell your relinquishment or other
authorized to award contracts to property tho Inland EmpiroRcal
a construction company recently ty Co. will be of great assistance
organized in Philadelphia and a to you. They havo sold others
subsidiary of the Butte, Boise and can Bell yours.
& San Francisco mid. within if you want (mod Candy ko to
the next two months so that ,ho m.naKlimly Kitchen. Home
actual construction work can be ,o caiu,Vt frcah ovory (lay
taken up within a short li'-, McGeo building on street leading
There is considerable specula-, (o c(Url hmlg( WlK Wcbei
tion among railroad men in this ,(
section as to who is financing the ' ,,..,
new Butte, Boise & San Francisco, Dr. and Mra. W. L. Marsden
Railroad, for its appearance as a Ml today in the Dibble auto for
possible active builder in thej - Bear Valley Ranch enrouto
Northwest at this time and in : to California. They will bo join
the face of Harriman and Hill jl nt the ranch by their son
activity, is taken by them to in- Uoowe "(1 will take the tram
dicato that neither of the two tomorrow at Prairie. They go
systems are connected with it by the wny of Portland.
but that tho company is an in
dependent one. The large capi
talization will make it possible,
they believe, for tho new road to
take up active construction work
anil build a greater part of it
line before additional capital is
needed.
The movement lo strike San
Francisco is believed to be the
following of a program laid some
time ago by foreign capitalists
who arc aware of the North
western railroad conditions and
believe that a road virtually from
Canada to San Francisco will
open up a heretofore unparalled
field, in that it will tap the great
belt of the Northwest and the
Canadian territories.
pression was that he returned! A. C. Welcome has put
High New York banking au
thorities do not despise the pre
diction that the new postal sav
ings bank law will add millions
to the amount of money in circu
lation. A recent treasury re
port shows that in one year peo
ple took out over $8,000,000 in
money orders payable to them
selveswere willing to do with
out interest and even to pay out
a little to get the government to
take care of their surplus money.
Where one did this, many, per
haps 50, perhaps 100, will deposit
their savings in tho postal banks,
the money to be in large part
65 per cent turned over to
local banks.
A circular of the New York
City bank says that this money
constitutes a new source of bank
ing deposits, which will quickly
be put to work. For some
months the treasury has been
sailing close to tho wind, and
considering the issuance of bonds,
tho Panama canal causing tfie
chief strain; and the postal sav
ings bank law, this circular says,
affords a source of relief, as 30
per cent of the postal banks' de
posits can be used to buy bonds
A material and practical means
of relieving the treasury.
This is the banker's and the
government's point of view, but
a far greater benefit will come
from the postal savings banks.
They will keep a great amount
of money in tho country that
would other wiso have been sent
abroad; and better still, thoy will
encourage thrift and the Baving
habit, and will make millions of
people more responsible and bet
ter citizens. Yet it has taken
some 40 yearn to get this good
measure through congress.
the compliment in like measure
The farmer was his worst enemy,
for as he pursued his troubled
way through the country he
scared the farmer's horses,
frightened his children and kill
ed his chickens, spreading ruin
and desolation in his path, ac
cording to the heated idea of the
"wrathful farmer against tho
mortorist."
The American Automobile
Association, with its quarter of
a million members, is tho great
power now working for federal
aid in building roads. Tho trans
continental highways which will
be built within tho next few
years may be directly attributed
to tho work of tho force at the
national capital. The larger this
organization becomos tho sooner
will its objects bo attained.
There is nothing incongruous in
a farmer belonging to the Amer
ican Automobile Association.
His duty is to affiliate with the
organization. It is the prime
mover in the good roads cause,
and no farmer will disputo that
good roads are a benefit to him.
The motor club offers the farmer
an opportunity to become a mem
ber of the American Assiciation,
and thus aid in its work. Tho
club becomes a member of the
state association, and this in turn
becomes a pari, of the national
body. This offer.. the quickest
and most efficient molhod of
reaching the good roads problem.
Motor Age.
John Thomas, the young man
reported last week suffering from
a chicken bono in his throat, died
in this city Tuesday afternoon.
Ho had been advised to go to
Portland but failed to do so.
John was quito well known here
where he had rosided sinco boy
hood. Ho was at one timo city
marshal of Burns and had work
ed at the variouH ranches in this
section for soveral vnurs. His
brother Ed. is now in Seattle,
That the Hill rot.d from Onta-iTho remains were buried in the
rio across central Oregon to tho ' Burns cemetery Wednesday. '
LOCAL ovi:ki low.
Rev. A. J. Irwin left Tuesday
for Iowa on a visit.
A new ad for the C. M. Kel-
loir Stairc Co. appears in thit
issue.
Dr. J. W. Geary has been ab
sent attending a meeting of the
medical men at Pendleton.
Two dollar white shirt waists
for $1.50 during THE GREAT
MID-SUMMER WHITE SALE
at the Busy Corner Store
in a
now gasoline engine at his resi
dence to pump water for irriga
tion. Look out for a big garden
now if his wife will do the work.
Miss Hazel Cozad was a passen
ger out on tho auto Wednesday
returning to her Canyon City
home after a visit with relatives
and friends in this city.
Foil Sam: 100 acres of land
with 1,000,000 feet of standing
timber. 50 acres tillable and
can be irrigated. Adjoining for
est reserve and controls large
range. Call at this office.
A large number of wilnessoB
are being examined in the water
suit now being heard before the
U. S. referee at the court
house.
You may look and you may lis
ten, but you will eventually call
on Irving Miller and take advant
age of some of his bargains in
real estate. Also the man wish
ing to sell can not do better tlinn
to list with him. Room (5, Odd
Fellow building.
Joseph Leonard, a photogra
pher in the employ of thu O. It.
& N Railroad, arrived here Mon
day for the purpose of obtaining
views to bo used by hid road in
advertising this section. In
company with Assessor Donegan
and Archie McGowan in tho hit
ter's car ho Iuih visited several
places and secured some excel
lent views, among them being
one of Judge Levens' through
bred herd of Red Polled cattle,
as well as a largo herd of the
Hanley Herefords. They secur
ed some good pictures at the Is
land ranch, the Sod House and
branding scones and other in
terorting views at the P ranch.
Mr. Leonard will havo a fine lot
of voiws from over the country
including several of this city,
the flour mill etc.
Those having relinquishments
or real estnto for sale Hliould
consult E. W. VnnValkenburg,
tho rcnl estate man, at his office
in Burns.
The Horticultural Fire Relief
of Salem saved policy-holders
$10,000.00 last year in premiums.
Let us tell you more about it.
Randall Passenger & Maloney,
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RANDALL, PASSENGER & MALONEY
(idViTiiinciil l,nnd l.iicnliirH mid ilcnlcrn In
HARNEY COUNTY LANDS
ROOMS l-SWI 01)1) FELLOW BLI)(J., I1UKNH, OREGON
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Closing Out Sale of Full Blood Merino Flocks
Having decided lo close out our ontiro holding of fine sheep
wo have the following looll'cr for sale without reservation.
1 -100 Registered Merino owes with lambs, of the A and B classes.
I5(0 Select full blood Itumbouilletowos with lambs, strictly true
to typo and of beautiful covering. ,
1500 Full blood Ranibouillet ewes with lambs, .strictly first claw
and good enough for any stud flock.
1500 Select full blood Delaine owes with lambs, heavy shearers,
heavy bone and very large size.
1500 Full blood Delaine ewes with lambs, good enough lo go
into any stud flock.
1200 Full blood Spanish Merino owes, with lambs. These arc
strong typo of the B class, vory heavy shearers and dense
covering. These aro exceptionally largo for thoir type.
tiiksk nvi: n.ocKH aim: am. younc hiikui'.
5000 One and two year old ewes, not bred, of the above classes.
3700 High class Merino ewes, witli lambs.
27(10 One and two year old high class Merino owes, not bred.
2700 Yearling range rams, and
100 Registered rams of the above classes.
Al' ewes with lambs havo been bred to rogislored rams in
their respective classes. The initio incronio will bo raised
as ram lambs, except those from tho i.700 head of high
class Merino ewes.
For price and particulars, address
TII2 BALDWIN SHEEP & LAND Co.
liny Creek, Crook Counlii, Oregon
Thin wvalher will make iou feci
like muking pirtlen. We have the
BEST STOCK OF PLOWS
on hand anil the Ileal and most
COMPLETE STOCK OF SEEDS
SEEDS IN BULK AT ONE-HALF PRICE
of packitfe hcciIh. Full slock of
XXOJESJS and JE&lJESLDEiSf
Jh'fin to fjel read for yardeniny
QEER & CUMMINS
Burns, Oregon.
Burns Meat IHarket
NcwJSIiopOppoile llic lirsl Nnliuiml Hank Main St.
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Pork, Vi(M)aii,-ged
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Your patronage solicited
Qnmt,i!,y.
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ifftal Univ.rnlira of tnt Writ.
I'uII collrfialf court Irajinf
lo tl't-ir. I!n(ran anJ ilraJuiliqn rrquifrmtnl.
ouivaknl .j ihM ol ininl.irj anj Umvrraity
of Cahlornu. Training f .luj.nl. lot IracKiiii
nKular lino ol nntUaiK wo, I, anj DnVri aprcial
aJvanltjfn lor dim, ail, litrarv aluJy anj
noimi mtHWi, Wtll ro,uiftl lahoralmira fir
Kwncr. 3ral atunlmn In hrallli ol tludcnil.
MoJrn irymnaatum tWouglily quinrJ. Out
Joor iilaaJamumtnta mihciilral California tlh
malt. Alunnaa in cvriy.ilyunllia I'aciCa Cot,
roi Gataimuk ADDaaaa
PflrainitNT LurLlA CLAr CunaOH LL. D.
MILL COLLKOK I'. O . CALIFORNIA
Young's Meat Market l Grocery
We sell everything that
everybody wants to eat
GENERAL MERCHANDISE1
Hardware. Implements,
Groceries, Meats, Shoes
Rubber Goods, Ice
Meats from 5c. to 12 l-2c.
Heat Loin Steak 12ic
HoilB 6c. to 7c.
Hoast , Oc. toSc,
Sausage 124c.
Pork lfc.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
CORTES E. ELLIOTT, Propt. :
&-' allrilioi given
lo Iranscicnl custom, and
freight teams.
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NOTICE KOlt I'UHLICATION.
I'XITKI. HTATK 1,1 Ii OmCK
Hum., ilri'ltmi, Jimo'Si, 1910.
S.. I , In li.r.l.r !." Hut' r'rnlil Ailrlall.
nt (irhlii, nrcKiMi, who. mi July I. i:m7.
londi' tlrrt Uuil tulry No f.ill,Hvrfal No,
Oln,lnr Nt.1, Ml', mill N', NKii'.Hrrllnn I.
Tiin!il.l H , llano w y " IIUuii'llo Mrrl
linn. hft Hlmltintlr' l( Ink. linn to iiinlto fltml
l.riHii lo vaialiliah lUlm lo Urn lulu! aUnoilo
ai'Mlwl o(oi 3 inoiuior.lt H. Coininla
loner, al lila odlcc n( lifiilu, liiviloii, on tho
Mil llnv of AlWUat. IVIO,
Clniinniit iihiawms wltliibnt!
Mm. Ii 1 lh'aiiuiih, Flancla N II rove,
I'oliiiiilnu liiovu, tWaini ir'elilntili, nllol
iirma MiiPKun.
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luriia Mat Mo. M. Najrinl No. 0I7M.
NOI'ICH KOlt I'lJIILICATION
I'NlTKHIITAIKill.ANIIOKFK'K, I
Hum, uieiion, May v lHO.
Soil. . la haraby ulvvll Hint tho Nur'liurli
I in HI.' lUtluny t'omin) , nlio.o xit omm
no.ii i la lit l'niil, Mliiiiaanln, haa IlilaUllli
.In, "I Hay lulu illwl In llila ofllro Ha ap
I'lliullon lumlarl umlur the i.ruvlalotiaolthv
Ii t of i onicri.i,i!iriii'i July I, last. .Hi Mat
ov. nwj
After May 15 we will
away Jb"JHL3BE3
ONE $25.00 STANDARD TALKING MACHINE
for Cash purchases amount
intf to $75.00. Save your
coupons--when they total
$75.00 bring them in and
get your machine.
REED BUILDING OPPOSITE, POST OFFICE
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luim 1 ir- I'rlnrl.al Mcil llah.
.I1) ii"(l all lasiMina 1'JaliulHK ailwraoiy II
IniMl.ilgai'lllMKl, or iltllllllf to uliji'ct ,r( nolo
of Hif iiilneial elmrartur of lliu laml, or for
itu.i in liar rodtoli. In Ilia OI.I'OMl to pilUnnl,
aim 1.1 lilo tliolr Blllilutila of protfal III thla
iiiiiiu. 011 or iiuiora inu iuii uuy 01 Jill), miu.
Hm Fa unit, limUtcr
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Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
K, .1, McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
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Special AUention Given
lo Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HA. SCALES -
I.N CONNECTION WITH IIAKN,
Horses kept by the day,
ireek or month.
ITKST CLASS LIVERY TURNOUTS.
II ay and grain alirays
on hand
Vour it r riiui(' t-olici oil.
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PROGR :: S S
Trial 2:20
ill stand season of ! 9 I 0
ELLIOTT
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l.y I).lno. 1UU1 ; ln,l by Mr Albert S n:H. . 's, jZV i"i: .V.. .ST ChOT
Mnbolltn L':Hi4 I'otliBta in Iuhn llianl' 10, im.l U ,,11,,, l.rf.-i Unit, '.' j. DB ling
llniiii'iiibur Slw. by Wulilstcin, li'StlT. "H
. . Ilt'rtiin, Kiniiilinolbcr of 'ruKrh. n iin hm.'Ii.t , i i-i ,.it,, ,li i ti... i, ti, V
1.111111, lior liltlu-oli m oM ih it rffii i.ti.vr nt tln.iHKl In I is tlinvxcir oU eirrefl
inrin ho iniiilo ii tfiMrl of 3 10. )n 1
terms: $15,20, 25
GEO. D. HACEY, Burns, Ore.
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C. M. KELLOGG STAGE CO.
Four well cqnipiicd linos. Excellent faeilities
for trnnHporlution of mail, oxiucsb, jiaaHongera
Prairie City to Mums. Vnlo to Burns
Hums to Dlatiionil Hums to Venn I or
E. B. WATERS, Agent.
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References:
FirHl National Hank
Harney County National Hanlc
.'11 Caere liomcHtcadH
All (illalile unci the
Very llni'Ht grain land
The Inland Empire Realty Co,
Soil and buy on cniniiiinHioii till kiiulH of property,
Oeedud lmnlH, Serip, JiiHiinuico. Niirnory hIooIc,
Your business respectfully solicited
3STJLTTia, Oregon
E. B. REED &, SON
Complete line of
Fancy & Staple Groceries
ICE CREAM SEASON
We wish to mimuiuce to tlie public that we will
soon have an Ice Crcniu AliiiitifiictiirliiK Plant In
operation anil prepared In furnish It In any iiiant
Ity on short notice to families or entertainments.
WR STILL TAKE ORDERS FOR
TAILOR MADE CLOTHING
ft.i
Twelfth Night. No. 41906
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us in the future. Our stock in complete and our
DltUGS arc the best. Wvwill not handle oi other
kind and our prices are right.
We have, the best line of
Cigars, Candies, Post Cards and Stationery
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