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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1911)
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MEN I HAVE SKETCHED.
at first he seemed to feci that ho
had discovered in me (to his lior-
(oepnUht. ltH. Homer Drcnpott siniici ror) n queerer animal than ho
During the lonjr experience of had Cvcr found in Africa
Major J. B. Pond as the most
famous of all men who ever di
rected international lecture tours,
it was quite natural that his
friendships and acquaintances
were very extensive, as the
Major himself was in m.iny re
spects more interesting by quite
a largo margin than any man he
gave letters of introduction to
people in any part of the world it
was dollars to doughnuts that
Lord Salisbury looked like a
composite picture of all the Lords.
He was ponderous and heavy as
to face, particularly on the upper
eyelids, and when ho spoke every
thing ho said sounded final and
true. There was only one thing
we had in common in our social
intercourse, and that was that
everything ho seemed interested
in regarding America I had never
heard of or had heard almost no
thing about, and everything that
these letters would do you more
good and make you feel more at
ease on your trips abroad than
those of almost any other man.
I asked him about regarding
England seemed, strangely
enough, to have been neglected
in his school days.
But I was doubly fortunate, as' Lord balisoury naa one neciuea
Major Pond's letters were 0t vantage over many of the
all that I carried on my trip to ". . , ,
but you will bo sure to get a
The wise man does not let his
wife hear him boast that he is a
good manager; she knows better.
"It is a pleasure to toll you
that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy is the best cough medicine
I have ever used," writes Mrs.
Hugh Campbell, of Lnvonin, Ga.
"I have used it wuli all my child
ren and the results have been
by all dealers.
Always ready for job printing.
England in 1S96. I had besides
many letters of introduction from
the sessions and you could never
tell whether he was awake or
I .1 . . 1 ! I .-... nHnll.l 1st It
anoUier man, famous in the liter- fp u u .m - . .
ary and political history of our ' Ho was like the late Judge Cu
country, Murat Halsted. I be- -Jeraon, of Texas i, m that respect,
lieve, therefore, what luck I had He even rca,thed asJie"7 awnke
in meeting distinguished people m he did asleep. But there was
in England durinc that winter I one thing that never left him
Wnnnr sri.n.M hick-, hut on th I dozinjr or wide awake, and that
contrary was due to the influence
I was Iiis resemblance to what you
of the letters that 1 carried from ' thought the typical big land-own-
ing ijora wouia iook uku. cjvuii
his little cat-naps, that were evi
dently taken deliberately to avoid
these two eminent Americans.
Both Major Pond and Murat
Halsted had given mo letters to
I r-..- f flin -rrtrt1irter rroVrt Mtm
Henry M. Stanley, and it seemed I au"iC U1 l "" "T " ""','""
-u oi . ...a more thoughtful expression.
lZZf? ? help along hi.
i-w- , ; vL ,. ., fnnnA ' Lordship's air of gout and d.gni-
letters than on the day he found
Livingston. Before he stopped
rushing me about and settled into
a dignified calm, he had present
ed me to most all of the distin
guished Lords and members of
dot " ("(
He told me he had never been
much of a traveler because it was
a horrible waste of time to be
always traveling. Mr. Stanley
got rattled for a moment at this
and, as if fearing that my object
would be discovered, he frankly
told Lord Salisbury that I made
caricatures. Whereupon the lat-
'ter criticised those that I had
drawn of him, but praised those
I had made of Joseph Chamber
lain Harcourt and others. This
(attitude of men who are carica
tured is not confined to the Eng
lish, is I have found during my
experience in drawing celebrities
of almost every country. An ex
agerated picture of the other fel
low is always funny, but one of
the person who is most concerned
is usually bad art. Salisbury
was not alone in his failure to see
the joke. Homer Davenport
Out of the Ginger Jar
Parliament that it was possible
to meet in a half day spent in
the Houses of the British Parlia
ment I feel guilty now and find my
self blushing when I remember
the expression that I frequently I table than corn on the foot
caused to come over air. aianiey s , Thpr no :mnPOnrietv in us-
Most rat holes will bear look
Isn't the lover who braves the
storm a rain-beau?
It doesn't require an axe to
cut an acquaintance.
Corn on the cob is more accep-
face, after the introductions and
the hand-shakes, when he saw
me deliberately draw from my
pocket a pad and pencil and be
gin sketching aristocracy as it
ing a spring wagon in the fall
It isn't very long before the
"good fellow" is a poor fellow.
Women are vain, but men are
ambled here and there over the much more so and with far less
hard floors of the House. Many reason.
of their strides and pace were, Many a man is in great fear
far from natural, owing to the that he wil, t a1 that js com
effect of many plum puddings jng to h;m
ana otner nxings wnicn consti
tuted their diet, so that when I
made what seemed now a decid
edly raw remark to the effect
that many of his friends seemed
NOTItK FOK PUBLICATION.
llurns, lUvgoii.OclAlwr U. MU.I
Nolle Is hereby ln tbat Kudora V AmUr
fon.ot litevKli Oregon, who, on lfcjcwmber 1,
IWft. mnile IVsert lau.l Kntrr No. T17, StUl
No. MX lot . S SKVi, S0. II a0
Ntt'j NKVi ctloii H, Townahlp ll.. Ran
.JH Kst. Willamette Meridian. ha HltHl
1101V0 ol intention to rkie rinl Prool. to
eHnhl sh claim to In In ml atv. tttwctibwl,
before the Kefftotar unit Kecelvvr, at Hums, Or
egon, on the JOIh dajr ot S .nam Mr 1911
Claimant names a nltnM
llc oion, r retl Robertson, Uecur New), .
II HaVer, nil ol l.rewser, Oreiroti.
M. (xkrk, keKltter
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
ISOLUKUTRVCl -l'l'llUf I.XNliSM.X
Burns. Orvmni, OcioUr a, ml. I
V..llrw i h.rnhv elren. that A tlirtfCtcd br
the ConmlMloner of theOenentl IjiuI ODIee,
nnder the pro laioui ol the act of t onren p
uroteil June .T, !- (J !tat SIT). Mirtnant io
the amplication ot Jame l FelloHi, of HiiriK
oreiion, Serial No. IMll, e Mill otler at public
sale to the hlihest bMi'er. at 10 o clock a m ,
on the inh day ol lecec tier, lll, lie it the fol
lonlnic tract of land.
WSK'o amlSK'-4',xec 1ST ., I! !J
An an.l all turnout cialmlnK artvrel the
abore-leerlll lautli are ml v I sett to lie their
elatms or objection! on or before the lime le
ilftmtevl fur iale.
Wm. KaRKk, Keaiiter
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
l"MTKD STATBd IIND OrrilB-
llurnn, Ori'icoti September Jf, 1 it:
Notice ii hereby Rlteti thai OUnali Kan
ninften, of lluchanau, Orexon, who, on Jantt
aryj?., U10, made llomenead K-ry No mm.
lor NX1,, vrctlou 34 township i . Range i
I... ilamette Meridian, hats tiled notkeof
intention to u ake Kioal t'omniutatlon 1 roof
to establish aim to the land abote deaerilfil,
before the Keiiiater and tlaoelter, at Hum,
Oregon, on tnc 7th di) of Noremtier 1911
Claintant names tn ultneenei.
L. 11 McPhall, Harold u. Johaimen, SUkkI'
Hilton, allot Buchanan, Oregon Wllliani II
Hobinr, of jien, Oregon.
W Faaaa. Reirliter
NOTItK K(K I'UULICATION.
I Nil Kl sTATBS L.VXD iiFHi-E, i
liii'ii. Oniton, Ociotx-r 17, 1911 i
Notice i lunhy Kiin that i h" x hir
mann of Ntrrowv, treK'n. rho tu March IS
Win, made Houieticad Knti No oUll, for NB'4
of sectiou 17. Tonhlp ae . Itanire 30 Kaf
VMlUmette Meridian ban flle.1 nolke of lnien
lion to make Final i ommntatlou pntof.toeetab
llfh claim to the land above ilrn rill, before
the Kegiiter and Keceleer at linrnt. uregou
on the JOIh day of November, lull.
Claimant nanus as witottftts
O I'ruton, H leate If. B Marke. J It
Merlcle allot Narrow., Oregon
W m t ukr Ketfuter
NOTICK FOH 1'UIH.ICATION.
l mtd TTr 1 axi Orrlrg
liiuns, orck-on, Notcmbcr i, mil.
N'ollicliilieretii glMti that Itpiirr Ilolsl.of
ol Narnnta, Oieiron who, on Pccunbor J7, IWJ,
male Homestead entry No ouvsn, lor Ki9
It. s h , lllainetle Meridian has filed notlceof
inlenllon Io make Final t oniin malum 1'rmif, to
establish claim to the land above described,
1. ton- the lieeuier ami HeceUer, at Hums.
tirenn, on the Tih day ol Uecetnber, 1911.
Olalmaut nnmea as nltnesrs:
W Scott Haley, Charles Snj.ler, It U llsis,
William K loUlns.allot Narrows, Oregon,
NOTICE FOR lU ..LIGATION
lltirna, Oregon, aeptembcr , 191
N'otltv It heteh glu'ti that Mice 8. Hay
tnotid, of Uuchanail. Oregon who, on Juno I.
110 made Homestead Knlr , No. UWVt, for H i
-ectlou Al.tonushlpjaB , flange !t K Wlllam
elle Merluian, baa filed notice of lutcnllonto
make Final Cominittatlon Proof, In establish
claim to the land ahotc tlcsirltied, before the
Register ami Deceiver, at Hums, Oregon, on
the Tth dayof November, lull
Claimant natreaas witnesses
Mllo Raymond, Harold O. Johansctt both of
llnehanan, Oregon. William II Koblns, ot
I swan, Oregon t'o Hhaer,ot llmna.Orcgon
Wm, FAhiiR, lirglsler.
NOTICH, FOU PUHI.IGATION
llnrns, Oregon, iplomlr la, lull.
Notice Is honb) ghon that Prank. Stopleray,
ol Ilroweee, Oregon, who, on Vttgiist at, IHM,
made Hometed hntry NotMVv for W)j SJWJJ.
Range K K, Wtllametle Meridian, baa tiled
uotleeot dual Hveear PrtHif, toestabllih
claim Io the land aboo descrllie.1, K'forolhe
Register and Receler, al llurua, Oregon, on
the ISth dav of Notember, Wll
Claimant names as wltneaece
Thomas Keune, Isaac M luv Is, Pains r U
llenle, Stephen Miller all of llreiMo), Orrs.in.
Wm Pakmsi, Regiabr.
NOTICH FOU PUHI.IGATION.
t'MTKKSTVTMB t.NI OFUCh,
Hums Otgoti, Hep'embei 'a, 1911 I
Notice la hereb) given that M Y Carter, ot
l.nwen, Oregon, who, on October . "V$. mada
llninestead Eutry No MT. for UK , ee. l,
TownshlpWS. Range 4 K,. Wlllai cite Ver
Idlan. has flle.1 notice ill tutoutlon In make
Final Commutation Proof, to eatabllsli claim to
the land above ilewrlbeil, before the Keat-trr
and liecelver, at Horns Oregon, ou tl ' )th day
of November, 1011.
t lalmant names as wltnevaee
Francis M Martin. Ilenrv r. Itnniu. John
Hottendlti Chas. Ingitaut all or lawen,
Ww ra, hivister
I ho itrgon Csl
n ruiaaiid Nevada
LI' -t, k I'rotar
tu . ft,,nof
whlcb Hi, it .
signe.1 Is intthiU. ,
will give I',i'J 00
rtwam lor evi
deuce leading to
the arrest and con
viction of niiy par
ly nr parties Heat
ing horses, eattl.
or mute belonging
to any of lis mem
In addition to the ahotc, the undersigned
offers the same condition 1.4)0.00 for all horse
bratnle.1 horse liod bar on both er either ).
Hrand recimlit in eight counties Rang
Harney, Lake Mid l rook counties Horses
ventcU w bee sold
None but grown horeea sold a' i only In
W W I K11WN HI, 'iri-gon
.miiMJI.onilK.NO.M. A.K. V M.i
M MiFKN WOORMKNOPAMKNIOA
Veelserery-sewml and Imitth rtlday oB
in.T 1. 00 p, 8,,lL1lJri!SglJl.
Niwappltcanls will Meel jffiVJf
T tester, clerk
UPHNHPHUTKR NO 10, O. R, ?.
Medsetery secoml and '". !,,;.n'f' "
Matoule Hall. ol Wlmo, W . M.
SVI.V1A RK1IKK VII It Ml It KH S. .
MeetsetcryUtandM ,'j",',M' ,.
Mr King, J. tl.
Nina W Iscmatt. Ree Hco'v.
1PI K CIROI.K Mi. 1W.
Meets ct cry ttiuHIt Till
Heeler UtkMmati, t'htrk,
.,.., . .. .....Kit. r.(Alrtv.
MceisviVij h'ui.m . .itc'w. .. ft v
,.iami iimnm, u, .v.
V 8 "cnaliits I
(leo. K. Olulwbcflatn
iW R atlll
jjw Han ley
A. M. Crawford
r W Koaeou
I. R, Alderman
iRobl UU .
T A. Mettrtdc
Oeo H rturnMI
K S Bean
IF A Monro
NINTH JUHH.I.V1. IHtrTRICT
ceerctaty ol Wale
lieasurer . .
gupt. Publlo Instturllon.
Deputy Hist Ally
J W Met 1 lloeh
Circuit Court meets lb tlret Monday In
April and first Monday In Otlober
W II Brooke
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. AlcKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
We notice that most people
who are consumed by curiosity t
If our mistakes teach us no-
480 1.1000 Gallons Per Hour b
Plenty of Water Vhenever and Wherever You Vant It W !
No trouble! No work! No pumping in the freezing
coldl The Farm Pump Engine will provide nil the water
you need for the house, dairy, barn, feed lot, pasture
anywhere you want it.
Works right outdoors in zero weather. Provides water at the
right temperature no ice-packed tanks or bothersome tank
heaters. Costs less than a good windmill. Does ten times as
much work. Saves two men's wages every day it runs and never i
grumoies bdeu: long noars or ' loafs" on tne job
Attaches to Any Pump In 5 Minutes
a little pavement sore owing to I thing it were hardly worth the
the gout, I think he was worried. ' while to make them.
He seemed especially uneasy A horse ig not of any use until
after we finished a brief inter- it is broken but it is different
view with Lord Salisbury, who wjtb a pjow
even showed gout in his attitude,
either sitting or standing, let I inoun we m" nKVU,r "vu
alone when he took the hurdles, L08 a"'' osti us are looking
lor money just tne same.
of hurrying from one part of the
enclosure to the other,
But later when the distin
guished African explorer discov-
tvaA fVinf rruirn whq n nmv lfin1 1
,n.nnn.n.M.nn.'nrrln Amgrin. IIerC 'S a K00d Question for
,m AomanAA Bnh nr.iiii. b'coums to discus this winter
A hen will spend a whole day
getting up an egg that a hungry
man can eat in a minute.
ties, being a philosopher as well
I "How much is enough?"
as a traveler, he seemed to be ' When you buy a balky horse
reconciled to me. But for a time you may not pay for any harness,
Oregon Trunk Railway Service
.K!a,nsa,s CIt3r and
Leave Bend al 6:30 aim, Redmond 7:21 a m,
Opal City 8 a m, Culver 8:13 a m, Alctolius
8:30 a in, and Madras 8:3J a in, arriving Porlland 6 p m.
Direct connection at FallbridKe for Spokane and points east. Ar
rive Spokane 9:15 p m. 'Ilirough tickets sold to Eastern points,
Puget Sound and other Western points. Deposits for west-bound
tickets to be furnished persons in the Hast. Details will be fur
nished on request.
Ample Power fcr Small Machinery
Has pulley (or rurmn; any hand or f xt
lower matiiiccry Htlf3 the wumen f 3
by turning tHe cream srarat)r acJ c' rn,
the washing machine and wring' r.tti.. Rj 3
the corn sheiler, fanning mill, feed r i I,
grindstone. Does most all the drud," ry
chores in half usual tim. All ready for hotIc
no extras to bor. Comes on its own 1) e.
No foundations or platforms need) d Four
small bolts fasten It to any pump. No belts,
shafts, arm s.walknjr beams or anch' ''prnts.
Easily moved any here it a vlv cl j irryw.
See tlie Engine at Work .
We have a Farm Pump Kn r e on exbll-1-tion
In oi r show rooms. It is at work div'
all d..y d i y t':e kind of smk tliat ii i
irc'i'inie ' th fjrm'.r Ilrini; in t rn
lu ..jwyju ..ji t' kut:, I'uin,.i;i ,, .,. i (J jyuur hardest winter wor nt stn-n'i. si
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F7m mzm. i
ItKTH-ti sili' T i. i
COUHTk ll1(T t
Hmun 1 n-ii
A. K. Htcliarilaun
.J aha KuMuhui
Ife. I. tmvtai.r
I tl A Hmyth
OoUHty Court m!i Ui lit oddela) In
January, Matili. Mar. July. SsjpUwntwr an I
iiahmky V. a. I vx orrus-
is allniiw most imrium'u
to its Milmcribvrs at present
One icar with the
Portland Weekly Orcgonian
Portland Semi-Weekly Journal
S. R Weekly Examiner
Thrice-a-Week N. Y. World
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rfultslnir)t "' 6 0t)
l.ockliarit " I M
Tliotiipeont " I 6i
Sloildard Jniictkiiit " 1. 16
Water Tunkt " 4 In
Deaii'HStmrt ' I , ?
McKnu.t " 4 aft
JUNITION1 " I 10
Mimi'tur " I ft'.
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10 21' "
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11 10 "
12 00 '
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1 10 Ar
Hums, . SSLS
SUito Courts a' .-Wf
O I. C0IH.f
W. T. SMITH, Agent
Sin i i n .-in hW i nlj tNoa(iit.
'luki'tt item! only for tttatliiuii wlieru
trituiH u ic sclKxltilwl to nmke regular
Ktopi. l'aHuli;iiri tntial (itirolmse liik
oti) wliertt K(!iitM uxist Imfirw i'litsrlilK
triilii" nr J.i reins In nilililioii to tin. re
gular furu will tin chnrKt'il
JOl.l'II Vl S s,,t
GUAM t.l.DDl.S, Ast 'nit
HORTOW 6l SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic. Flooring, IVloulding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
Hitrncy County AH
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'I'liuna llitdisi itedji
Illltl.Ud. . itSll
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OlTiot lust Jeor.t W6f((
The Harney ValJey Brewing Co.
Mniiul i tun rt of
Stjlx-o S3oclsi, Water
l-'iiiullj Irntlc Solkitctl I n-c DclUcry
T. E. JENKINSManaer
w. c. be &
Offlw rwtus S aM kiifiii"'
Civil and Hyd j:r
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It. tl tuna
lltrniB ,ll f
2tj- -Ji- ;
TMs Is tbo title of a buauttlul el -ct, ' oak w -.L,
will stow asy fcoy or slrl bow to CbCChLU Vi i a
lta. tu iuo uiau 1UUA1 Aha K Will Da Sent I 1 EC
The aim of the College Is to dlg-airy anil pjpul .r i
tbo Industries, and to ive ALL th pc.pU It. --rs
coursas In Agrlculturo OWI1 Cctrln'orl.iff Lin ,cal
Lnjlnerlr Utbnlct: Eurlri' '1 i Junius Etjin
earlne, rui.stry, Doniei.o. Si. .- and Art, tea
r."--!"). Pharmacy aa4 Murle Tbe College opaas
1 1 ,iemlier 2J'l CataJoK ir-.a
Add-. -i ntaiBTH. OKEO&1I AaitlCULTlliU
CJLLLti. ' .rv&llls. Or. gun
E. XV, TiriBB. AKoi't. Up Oily Hre,
B. R, Kejii, Agtfnt Culver, Ore.
II. IUckol, A tout, Ilcdmond, oro
'J. A diiAiiAM, Ayent, Mctollus, Ore.
J.J HowiAit, Agent, Jlmlras, Ore.
J II C wiltt, Agent, Uend, Ore
Harnky Vallky Hkevvicky Saloon
JENKINS & KAISER, Proprietors
WINES, LIQTJOES AND CIGAES
Best and most popular brands
LOCAL BEER ON TAP
Courteous and oblierinp' bar tender?
auAo i,rr, .. Main's Tablets. For siilo by nil
wno. rvMiocrc, iwiefr- - a ur MS. Urefionldealera.
This rifle is built
The HARNEY VALLEY MEAT MARKET
II. .Iiislielc, Proprietor
of all kinds
always ready y
Your Patronage Solicited
J Corner A.i. .mil U Streets l.t.thvr HiilMIng
where good rariKc and killint' I
power arc desired, with safety I
io uic iieiunDornooa.
The Martin .25-20 la a llf;ht, quli k-
iiauuiuiK. ."iciy-uaianceu repr irr
with the golld top, closeil-ln l,rrcrh
and side election features ulii, I, ... .t.
MarttA Runs safe and agreeable to
ujm. una ..ciiuin in action.
vtlacltjr smoWltss loads vlih laclmtd
U .r l"sui iKiini tail
rWgss, and ! the iJ.al rlile I.r tarurt w, ,
nr woodcliucks, uctsr
hawks, lots, etc, uii
This rills and aininu
fully dncrllir.t In our
l36-toet catalog ',s
bbss lur J stamps iiostava
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been permanently cured of nlom-
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E A. SHAFrrR
U.S. Mineral SunejorK Cml I njeinrvr
IrriKaliun and Water Supply. I'n
gluecrioK. Tonnsile, Land and
Mineral Land Palenl Sur.eys.
UMfliiif,', Ilebiainfr. Blue iVinl
lnj, bllnialci, Lit.
The Lone Slar Restaurant
All TOY, Propriflor
iiiiniiii-r Mitln hi. ntnlour
l" llr..iiliii ,, IlioliM ,,,1,,,
WBAU8 HT flUU HOORtS
Bakony In oonneotlon
A Specially or Short Orders.
'I'hIiIu funiiHht.il ttitli tivory thing
U mnrki't nUbrilH Vcmr patron.
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