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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1910)
THE TIMES-HERALD'S ABSTRACT OP ELECTION RETURNS UP TO DATE.
Crawford, S 22
Lnffcrty, R 178
Manning, D 105
Bowcrman, R IGOi
Enton, P (5
Richards. S 21
West, D 137
Secretary of State
Benson, R .. . 17fi
Davis, P..t 8
McDonald, S 29
Oliver, D 98,
Butler, P 32
Kay, R 210
Otten, S 40
Sunremo Court. 4-years
Bean. R 191
Brijrht, P 2G
McBride, RD .. 153
Myers. S 33
Ryan. S 21
Slater, D 77
Sunremo Court. G-years
Burnett, R 1G7
Jones, S ... 80
King. D 161
Moore, RD 187
Pnmn H 9.9
Brix, S 48
Crawford,. R .... 223
Alderman, R 16849,52
Hinsdale, S TJ
Godfrey, D .
McLain. D 131
Miller, R 171
Koob, S 43
Lewis, R . . . 236
Cochran, R JlGTj
Saxfon, D 135
Circuit Court !
BiKKs. D ;15857
Davis. R 1149,
Brooke. R ' . 161
Johnson, S 27
McKnight, D ... 117
Buchanan. D '128
Thompson, R . 197
Foster. D ,12-1
Sylvester. R :199
Mothershead, D 153
Waters, R 176!
Huehet, R 144
Richardson, D- . . . . 193
Lewis, D 155
Beery, D 143
Shafer. R 180
Denman. D. 953924
Geary, R 220'54'G2l
county, his homo by about 140
votes while Mr. BiggH carried
Malheur county by over 350 and
his majority in this county will
bo about 100.
W. IT. Brooko line been ro
olcctcd roprcsonlativo of tho dis
trict by a small majority.
It appears from information at
hand that prohibition 1ms lost in
this Btato and it is possiblo homo
rulo has carried, although tho
outlying districts may dofcat tho
measure when tho returns aro in.
Tho figures in tho tablo given
this issue aro all that could bo
obtained at tin's timo ns to tho re
sult in this county. Nono of tho
outsido precincts lmvo furnished
It is almost impossible at this
timo to ostlmato how much of
tho bIx billion feet which was de
stroyed can eventually bo sal
Got an Alfred Benjamin suit
at Sclionk Bros.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablots do not sicken or
ii, ii proves io do a toiai .,,!., ,i m i. it, ,m.
loss, and should its stumpago perfect safety by tho most doll
value bo placed a tho same figurocnto woman or lho t
at which national forest timber ch,M Tho oM and fJblo vni
wiw.iiiuijruui.ii.wumuiiii.-iiii nso flml lhcm a mmt suitable
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a monoy loss of about flf toon mil
This valuation docs not of
courso includo tho destruction of
tho many towns and villages and
tho loss of homos and life. It
proves, howovcr, tho advocacy of
a hotter force of men to look after
tho forests of tho country, and
better means of protection.
remedy for aiding and stronght
honing thoir weakened digestion
nnd for regulating tho bowels.
For sale by all good Dealers.
VALLIiY VIHW PERSONALS.
BATUBDAY. NOVEMBEtt 1J, 1910
1 returns from other precints show
I tho same all over tho county.
Voters were evidently voting for
the man and that is right
BU Monthi 1.00
Three Month!., , 75
JULIAN UYKI1 Mauffir
The weather on election day
portended the result on the liquor
Yes, there were several sur
prises on the result of the elec
tion, but you always find the "I
told you so."
Nebraska-C. A. Aldrich
(Rep.), governor by 16,000.
NewJersey Woodrow Wilson
(Dem.), governor by 15,000.
Kansan W. R. Stubbs (Rep.),
governor by 20,000.
Iowa Governor Carroll (Rep. ) ,
re-elected by 15,000.
Oswald West is elected in this
The daily papers of Portland
have certainly gone the limit in
the recent campaign in abusing
the leading candidates on both
sides. It was ridiculous and did j state by at least 3000.
not gain any votes for their can- Tho vote on governor in Idaho
didates nor any praise from their '3 vcrycloso with Hawloy (pern),
readers. I'" tho lead. It will take tho
I official count to decide it
LafTcrty and Hawloy, both re
publicans, havo safe majorities
for congress in this state.
"Teddy" was hit hard in New
York, but he is one of those that
can "come back." He's not in
Jeff's class, you know.
The man who offered to bet
potatoes on tho result of the
election was certainly a sport
The butter and egg man is in the
We'd hotter get busy now for
the advent of a big lot 'of now
people who are sure to, como in
the spring along with railroad
The Times-Herald is publish
ing portions of Prof. Shaw's
speech on dry farming recently
delivered at Spokane. Tins is a
repetition in some instances of
former utterances of that gentle
man, but they'll stand repeating.
The result of the elections
Harney county's election was
very closo in some offices. At
ono time it was thought it would
take tho official count to decide
tho voto on clerk but later tho
reports give tho election to E. B.
Watters by about 15 votes.
Sheriff Richardson has been
Tho next thing is Thanksgiv
ing turkey. The election will be
fought over for a short timo only
by those who know how it
The Oregon and Western Col
onization Co. issued some very
attractive descriptive pamphlets
of tho Interior of Oregon. They
aro yery good but tho population
given of Burns and Harney will
not bo fully verified by tho cen
The counting of the votes after
tho recent election shows that
party lines were not drawn by
TUff'UiaiJII. W lift straight
ballots were cast in Burns and
ine result or me elections r,.clected and Simon Lewis has
throughout tho United States j ,
Tuesday was decided democratic. '
Tho party has gained control of
the house bnt for present infor
mation at hand in scorns tho re
publicans will havo a small ma
jority in tho senate. Following
aresomoof the governors elected:
Connecticut Simeon II. Bald
win (Dem.) governor by 5000.
Colorado John II. Shafroth
(Dem.), governor by 1B;000.
California Hiram W. Johnson
(Rep.), governor by 30,000.
Minnesota C. H. Eberhart
(Rep.), governor by 30,000.
Massachusetts E. N. Foss
(Dem.). governor by 30,000.
New York-John A Dix (Dem),
governor by 30,000.
Ohio Judson Harmon (Dem.),
governor by 98,000.
New Hampshire R. P. Bass
(Rep.), governor by 6000,
Pennsylvania John K. Tener
(Rep.) governor by 80,000.
Rhode Island Governor Pot
hier (Rep.), re-elected by 8000.
Tennessoo B. W. Hooper
(Rep.), governor by 15,000.
Wisconsin P, E. McGovern
governor by 15,000.
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Congressman-Elect A. W.
tho voto on lho amendments or
lho socialist or prohibition candi
dates. The voto on these mea
sures for Burns precinct was:
Woman's suffrage, yes, 97; No
Eastern Oregon Insane nsylum,
yen, 147; no 81.
Constitutional convention, yes
81; no 120.
For Rcpamtu district for state
senators nnd representatives,
yes 52; no 82.
Taxation amendment yes 44;
Permitting state construction
of railroads, yes 58; no 76.
Changing methods of taxation,
yes 46; no 82.
liaising salary of circuit judge
of Baker county, yes 36; no 194.
Ncsmith county, yes, 31; no 187
Monmouth normal school, yes
145; no 101.
Otis county, yes 105; no 150.
Annexing portion of Clackamas
county to Multnomah yes 24; no
Williams county, yes 31; no 183.
Allowing each county to regu
late taxation, yes 111; no 118.
Home Ruler yes 133; no 121.
Protect persons in hazardous
employment and extending em
ployers' liability, yes 134; no 104.
Orchard county, yes 36; no 17G
Clark county, yes 41; no 176.
Weston Normal school, yes 131;
Annex portion of Washington
county to Multnomah, yes 17; no
Ashland Normal school, yes
11G; no 110.
Prohibition, yes 97; no 169.
Enforce prohibition, yes 103;
Create board of commissioners
to preparo employes' indemnity
yes 86: no 132,
Prohibit fishing in Roguo River
except angling, yes 121;. no 101.
Deschutes county yes 37; no 17G.
Creating of now towns, counties
nnd municipal districts, yes 99;
uoou roads amendment, yes
139; no 84.
Extend direct primary, yes 103;
Create board of people's inspec
tors of government, etc. 77; no
Increasing initiative, referen
dum and recall powers, etc., 75;
Changing jury and judicial
system, yes 99; no 120.
Mrs. Howard arrived homo
from her visit in Missouri and
tho family aro now moving to
tho Shaw placo nenr Burns.
Mr. Oswald is doing some
painting for Mr. Catterson in
Geo. Cobb started to tho road
Wednesday for supplies.
Tho Hallowe'en party nt How
ards was well attended. Evory
ono had n good timo which show's
that tho V. W. girls can enter
tain. Bertha Carter is spending a fow
days with Mrs. Rush.
Several around hero aro gotting
fruit trees to sot out in tho
spring. Then 80o them grow.
Mrs. LeMay received word of
her mother's death and has given
up her trip to Kansas.
Mr. Martin is getling some
ground ready for spring grain.
Ho raised n fino garden tin's year
and wants to try something more
Is Doing Spout by
on tho grontoitt fciitnro ovor l
toinptudliy n flltt'cn-cunt MitRailcr,
A torloa of lA'pnga nrtlclcn, tic
crlblnt; nnd picturing tho won
tlorful nttrnctloiiB of tho I'nclflc
Cont country. PKINTHD JN
Tlio Horloit begin In
Novumbori Ort'Kuii "Wlicro Roll tint
Docoittbor : Bitn Krnncleco "Tito City
Jftiinnry : I. on Aiii(li-i-"IIotiiulnii(l."
Many nllior Htronn fenttiron IticlinI
Inn n fiiNclunlliiK Morlal no vol of
Onllfornln, "Tho Sitcll," by O. N.
nint A. M. Williamson, Atttliorn of
"Tho MghtnliiK Conductor," Htc,
will contribute t mitko HIJNSHT
MAOAINK lho bunt vitluc of lho
Try It Three Months
31!) llnllory Btreut, San IVanolnco, Cnl
1'lcMO unit ina "HUNKRT" for Ihren liioutlii
In (renrdanen wllli jrour tpvcUl offer.
Kitrloinl flinl twnlr-nvocenla,iliinii or coin
The OVERLAND HOTEL
Under new management
llnving leased this popular house we extend an
Invitation to our friends to come and stop with us
First Class Accommodations
in every respect -Good table service
ORA HILL, Prop., Burns, Oregon
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Burns, Oregon. 2
Hardware and Crocker
Quns and Ammunitio
of all kinds
Get our prices before buyiS
M BURNS HOSPITAL
HK. AND MRS. B. W. HAMILTON, 1'ropls.
A Private Hospital Convently Arranged
Under the Care of Experienced Nurses...
PATIENTS RECEIVED ANY TIME, DAY OR NIGHT
Rates reasonableCall and get prices
Young's Meat Market &
Reduction in prices
for Cash nearly
everything in stock
will be sold at adis
count. Take ad
vantage of this pro
position and save
REED BUILDING OPPOSITE, POST Oif
Governor-Elect Oswald West
defeated E. N. Jameson for trcn
uuror. Theao nro tho only demo
crats elected, tho other ofilcea
will bo filled by republicans but
it seems with a less majority
than a.straiuht party voto.
Ono of tho big surprises was
tho election of Dalton Iiiggs by
n Inwrniiiitni-tht.iiD nin,ni in.l....
over Judge Davis, present incum
bent. Tho latter carried Grant
It has been estimated by tho
Forestry Bureau of tho Depart
ment of Agriculture that tho ro
cont forests conflagrations which
took placo in Montana and Idaho
in tho national forests havo
killed or destroyed ovor six bil
lion board feet of timber.
Of thin heavy loss tho heaviest
was probably in tho Idaho forests,
where ovor threo billion board
foot of timber has been reported
killed or destroyed, with a burned
over district of more than 450,000
At tho present rate of cutting
from tho national forests, tho Bix
billion fcot is equal to about
twolvo years' supply; butitis less
than onc-Bixth of a singlo year's
cut in tho wholo countrv, or
enough to keop all our lumber
mills busy for something like two
months. It is estimated that tho
lumber burned up or killed
qmtiinM In li hIiim whw ww
a ismfr j?$5jjj j
On account of the health of
my family I have decided on
my entire stock
Prevail on almost
everything in the
store come now
FRED HAINE5, Burns, Oregon
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
CORTES E. ELLIOTT, Propt.
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Horses kept by the it
week or m on lit.
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Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
Your pntromigo solicited.
Expert Repair Mnn
Autos Washed andS?
per cent of tho total stanu of
national forest timber,
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ontors into our prescription work is bought with
a view to purity and strength. Wo got business
by giving sorvico and our growing trado seems
to say that our sorvico is appreciated. Wecurrjfl
tho largest stock of Drugs in tho Interior.
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