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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1910)
BURNS, OREGON, DECEMBER 31, 1910.
OREOON'S SHAKO SLIM.
At the scliool meeting hold the
15th a 5 mill tax was voted for
the purpose of putting a stone
fmimlntinn iniflir till! School
Out of that allotted by Prcsi-' house, painting and fencing and
dent Taft for carrying on Gov- j making other important improve-
ernment irrigation work during ments.
the next five years, Oregon re- ...
The following is taken from
tho Oregonian's special from
Washington showing how the re
clamation funds were distributed
Lam a Dawson had a
school children the afternoon of
ceived a meager $925,000, winch J)IcasinK )roaram Kivon by the
was about 2 nor cent of the total. ....,.,., ..,. ,., ,.
Six hundred thousand dollars of
this goes to complete approved
and accepted portions of tho Kla-
i the 2.1th
The dance at the Sunset school
house Friday evening was well
attended' and a good time was
had by all present.
The annual ball given by the
fire department last night was a
very pleasant affair and attended
by a large crowd of young peo
ple. Tho supper given by the
Ladies' Auxiliary was a feature
much appreciated by those in
attendance. It was good and
the ladies cleared a neat sum to
apply to the town clock.
A Bahrain 0-10 acres of level
sagebrush land, good soil. For
sale at $10.00 per acre on any
reasonable terms if sold before
January 1st. 1911. If you are
i interested and mean business
'address: L. II. W., Box 11,
Robert Settlemeycr has just; Burns, Oregon.
finished a substantial addition
to his house.
j R. D. Stahl has been buildini
'an addition to his house am
math projects, and ?325,000 to
complete a fourth small unit of
the present Umatilla project, be
ing lands lying between these
now under irrigation and the
The west side extension of tho
Umatilla project, which would
71 : r SS doing other improvements.
Armv Entrincers and by the Pre-' Ara Stahl of Entcrprise.Oregon
sident, and having been turned is visiting his brother Roy btahl.
down again, cannot now bo ap- !
proved or built until 1915 or later, I M0LIHAY SOCIAL EVENTS. I
inasmuch as all funds now avail-
nMn nml nil in conteninlation I The biir house warming ball
before that time are distributed, 'given in the new
The (Ircatcr Youth's Companion.
Riiwn its enliirirniont b.V tho
addition of an amount of reading !j
in the year equal to four hundred
ordinary magazine pages, The
Youth's Companion can offer
oven a wider range of wholesome
nntnrtuinmcnt than over befere:
. ... .... .., . t ii il
mil me cimracicr oi mu ki
warming ball ,.ntlimits remains the same, and
Masonic build- (iu Siihscrintion nrice. SI. 75. is
I -- i ....
iw Y-n xy? a tj'
suue musi an ujriauuuL uv uiuiiuo muauui, mv. ior ine lamny m general, nim'j
unds used in states largest crowd ever seen at a ball i for tj,e profitable occupation of
mtributed far less in Burns, and the affair was well ' w;nt0I. evenings, for the happi
itably are entitled to managed. The lloor was not in 'nesg an,i comfort of the house-
' l.,-ni n.wl!tinn Mifimi t r i In tl ntlltau i i i
Among the New Things arc
. T-r A nnilClM1
.1 III I A V lr I V I '. I B !
celebrated J - ri,'V' " -"-".
iic unequaled During the week we have re- Complete Dinner Sets
valuable doc- ccivcd a supply of New and up-
?rso notes on l0.dute Hand-Pmntcd China
!1 !l lilt t
IX1CWIIMS. DIN1N0 CM AIRS, AIORRI
CM AIRS, COlJCtll-S. DININU TAHI.13S
UIHRARY TAIlU'S, CHII.DRUNS'
I'URNIUJRK, RUI1S, IIUDSTKAIIS
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TJn.i iiiio wnut oirli ovti'tminn inir l-mt iilius(l:iv cvoninir was ......1.., .,.,,!
nuu tiiio .-v .,..-..-. f, - ...... --- ,, t uiHiiluitKi.
been approved, Oregon's benefits one of the most enjoyable events Every boy will eagerly look for
from the reclamation fund would of the season. The large build- ii10 .irtJclfa on skill in sports and
have been reasonably common- ing was crowded with gay j ,,aHtimes and how to develop it. !
surate with its contributions to dancers who were all in spirit The girls will find many novel
that fund, but with this project with the holiday season and cer-!nn(j practical suggestions which
left out. Oregon remains "the tainly enjoyed it. There wero w;n i,c )Gpfiil in their daily life.
goat." The state must sit by 1 about 200 couples present, tho j p0r the family in general, hints
and see its funds
that have con
nnrl flint nmilt
far less. ' ' best condition owing to dampness noi,j
Other states that have contri-jfrom the plastering but this wasl 'p,is reading is all in addition
buted little to the reclamation ' overcome as much as possible by 1 10 ln0 ordinary treasury of
fund have been royally treated floor preparations. I ho music stor;,,s articles by celc
by the President in his Christ-' was exceptionally good. ,nen an(j womer)i the unequaled
mas distribution of funds. Mon-, A delightful whist party wasgcoH-my, the inv
tana receives approximately ,- KjVen at the home of Mr. and tor's article, the tor
000,000; Idaho gets more than ' jjrSi j, l. Gaiilt in which they what is troini? on in all fields of
57 nnn nnn- Wvnmintr over S(i.- ...r, ininml Uv Mr nnil Mrs. A. il .,., .,i;,.;m.
000,000; Colorado, $5,000,000,and o. Faulkner. A large number! it will cost you nothing to send Something that is always appro
the Rio Grande project, partly in of their friends were present and fr Uu-bnautiful Announcement ciated
Mexico and partly in Texas, gets spont a most enjoyable evening. '0f The Companion for 1911, and
nearly S7, 000, 000, yet Texas and' 'j'niJ highest score in point of wo will send with it sample
Mexico contsibuted nothing to progression with the ladies was copics 0f tho paper,
the reclamation fund. Inncu by Miss Josephine Locher. ' j)0 nat forget that the early
All states named, taken con- jjrs. Levens, Mrs. McConnell ' BUhscriber for 1911 receives free
junctively, have contributed little
000.000 irrigation bill, which
passed at the last session, and in
repealing section 9 of the recla
matian act, which was a protec
tion to Oregon, but which stood
between these states and the big
allotments they now receive.
Had section 9 not been repeal
ed, it would have been incumbent
and binding upon both the Presi
dent and Army Engineers' Board
to adopt tho west side extension
of the Umatilla project, for un
der that section it would have
been necessary to give back to
Oregon a major portion of its
contribution to tho reclamation
fund, and in this way alone could
that have been done. Oregon's
contribution is $9,062,735.
Wo guarantee Quality and Workmanship. Tailor
Made is done in Our Burns Shop.
We Carry a Full Line of the Newest, Most Up-to-
Date Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps.
Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty.
SCHEWK BROS. Burns, Ore
Cleavenger's Furniture Store
Call and ask about it.
. . .
and Mrs. Remhold tied lor second all the remaining issues of 1910, TIinA,,,,M-JoT.;7p MllWlltllYP cHTflVP
to the reclamation land highest score and cut cards for including those containing the, UlXtlVIVJ C o m. m t,wm
l.on riroimn filnno. But n -:.. ,..1,:.,1, M..a Pnmluilil : ..i i r r'...,,.. ninl. I .
-""" v-n" "illiu lin.u wim.ii im. "-'"""" oneillllU Ullillliern ui uuu: iui.ii- ,
were very active, iSC(.ure,l. Chas. Ellis received' m0n(l's serial story, "Five Miles, .. " "....... ti::::i:t:tu:r.:t::i:u::u:ur.mi::x:
nushing through the $20,-Ul,n nrize for the hiirhcst score n,it" ,ir.iH.-n......"--
prize for the Highest score Out,
of the gentlemen, Dr. Gnllith 'fho new subscriber receives
and Cal Clemens cutting tliejaK0 'nc Companion's Art Calen
cardsfor second place with tho idar for 1911, lithographed in
l.itlm. lt'lVlllir llll 1W( IlK'lr TIlO l..,l,in nnlnra .. 1 1 .rillll
refreshments wero dainty and, the YOUTH'S COMPANION, '
delightfully served. The rooms , 144 Berkcly St., Boston Mass. ;j
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New Subscriptions received
at this Office.
-Horses to pasture
Call on or address,
The HARNEY VALLEY MEAT MARKET
Kaiser & Bushele, Proprietors
of all kinds
Your Patronage Solicited
Corner AUIn and B Streets Loclicr Building
The OVERLAND HOTE
Under new management
Having leased this popular house we extend an
Invitation to our friends to como and stop with us
First Class Accommodations
in every respectGood table service
ORA HILL, Prop., Burns, Oregon
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W. L. BLOTT & CO.,
Tost Office Building.
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