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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1911)
MEN I HAVE SKETCHED.
taches invariably exhibit tho drop
niifVA nnrl thn itl-sliot Mid 010
(tniiki " nomt DTcnportBmdi(to)fnovcr sccn alone. They nro nl
T had an excellent chance to
itudy and sketch Mr. Harriman
when ho appeared at tho celebrat
ed hearing before the Interstate
Commerce Commission in 1907.
It waa amusing to note the au
dience at tho Harriman hearing,
half of which looked like tho kite
CornuliuB' Vanderbilt and the
other half was made up of pco
plo with long-legged cameras
that reminded me of tho oil wells
of Los Angles. One of my first
ihocka at this trial was to heal
"No, we got only ?1S0,000,000
It reminded me of the time 1
heard Collis P. Huntington testi
fy in an investigation at Wash
ington that he forgot a trifle like
Ave millions and never could
rtmomber fractions of a million.
At tho time of the Harriman
hearing he had gotten hold of so
many of the railroads that tho
few outside of his warm grasp
didn't worry him much, and he
probably had his plans preth
well made to get as many mere
aa he wanted whenever ho need
If as a boy you have ever
-ratched a crawfish handle his
prongs and feelers, you can im
agine Mr. Harriman on the wit
ness stand. The crawfish will
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tun - .jv -fzt rnr' irrr. si-Hr"- .--. '
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back up when he must, but only
in the direction to suit him. and
only toward one of his holes
where he can get away. Mr.
Harriman was not used to an
swering questions and showed a
desire all the time to put ques
tions instead of answering them
and, when questions were asked
that evidently he would like to
avoid his crawfish like feelers,
his mustache wings, would rise
and fall and some strands would
remain up in protest. All the
time his steam-gauge glasses
glittered and sparkled, and final
ly in 3 most enticing way he
ivntro nrrnmimnioa uy sum"
frightened-looking goatees. The
wrinkles around Harriman's
mouth were out of the ordinary
and all worked on tho double
track system. Expressions came
on one and went on another
track. The mustache and goatee
concealed any smile that might
lurk around when ho forgot a
transaction involving thirty or
Like all great railroad men,
Mr. Harriman dressed very plain
ly. In fact there was nothing
but simplicity about his make-up,
but it looked like the simplicity
of a "Gould coupler." It reveal
ed a certain strength. A small
early grass-green bow tie was al
most lost in the lay-down collar,
and his shoes, not new, didn't
look as if he ever walked on them
except where the Brussels was
real and thick. He "shot his
cuffs," like monologue artists
and clerks, but otherwise was
perfectly at ease on the witness
As a whole, he was a remark
able example of power and of
clear, crafty thinking. He
couldn't be caught with any trap
baited with cheese -it would have
to be with a mink trap with a
real live duck.
One of his right-hand men,
John C. Stubbs, sums up his
chief's personality when he says:
"Strance as it may seem, Mr.
Harriman never werried: but he
thought in bed. and this is what
killed him. He worked all day
and thought out his problems at
I made many cartoons of Mr.
I Harriman. One series showed
'him in company with H. H.
Rnrrpr. nntl I nictured them as
'minstrel men named Hen and
Ed. one with the tambourine and
the other with the banjo.
Just after one of these car-
1 !..!tnJ 4 UnnhiM r
j coons i was niviieu iu im"6-
ton bv Uncle Joe Cannon to a
dinner that he was giving to the
ririrlirnn r.liih in exchange for
favors and food rendered him.
Many of the railroad men and
cartoonists of the country were
there as invited guests, and it
seemed to be Uncle Joe's delight
to personally introduce people
that he thought were in different
business spheres. When he in
troduced me to Mr. Harriman,
saying we were to go into dinner
together. I remarked that I re
cognized Mr. Harriman from his
cartoon last week with Rogers.
Mr. Harriman evidently did not
catch my name at first, or if he
caught the name possibly did not
associate so striking a figure as
mine with the lowly cartoons of
the week before. He was notice
ably flushed at my remark that I
recognized him from his carica
tures, and he showed a little tem
per until someone evmenuy
"if 5a n ".leisure to tell you
that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy is tho host cough medicine
1 have ever used," writes Mrs.
Hugh Campbell, of LaVonia. Ga.
"I have used it with all my cnuu
rcn and the results have been
hiirhlv satisfactory." l'or saio
by all dealers.
Always ready for job work.
NOTKMC KOK rTHLIUATION.
Unit. ii srvrsa I ami Orrlt
luitii. im-kOti. NOMMiiLct , HI'
NAtlra Inhered hn llmt llonrjp ttoWM
l .N, trow. O. W !'." Sf"Af KUV ?;
it i UIa'. ill MrMIn !" nitanollfoyl
PIW ". ."'"" ,,,-1. v." .t lltmii.
Always ready for job printing.
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Scott llalar, l lif'y !'. ' "
William K lolllti". allot Narrows, uira.in.
VM FA HUH, KCglllvr.
In the Comity Cuurt ot Hnrnoy CVunty
Upon rvailliiK mul tiling tho Hml
uicouul of N'. I I'arkor tho iiuiy l-
pointed awl actitic ailinliililmtor ol llio
oftnto ot J.'lm Parker, .lettMnjl, ami
tli petition ot eUl luliulnlstnUor show
ing that It Is nccciwry to foil the ro.il
cstnto ot snkl estate to OiichnrRo tho
debts ot said estato ami for tho host In
terotof all nnrtiea Interested thorelii
and. to soil tho whole thereof In n lod),
to wit Wv Section (1, Tp 23 S., It. 32
15. V. M. I" "'Id Count and St.ito.
It is therefore ordered that all persons
interested in tho said os.ti.to of John
i,i.l.r ilM'txi-cd. tin near before me tho
Jmlpj of the County Court above nainod
lit the Cotjrt Hootn in mill County ai
thn l.nur of 10 o'clock on the forenoon of
thollrst Monda. (the 4 day of) Decern
ber 1011, then and there to snow cause,
Ham they hive, why an order should
not bo made prajed for In said pell
Ho,, in sell all of tho real estate of the
said etHte t either public or private
tale ai tho administrator may elect, a
fnr the best interest of the estate and all
persons inlurosted therein, and tor the
purpose iuentione.5 in tlio win peuuon
ubieet to the conflrmatloii of this Court
and aho to file objections to the taid
fin.il account-if any theiobo at said time
It U further erdered: that a copy of
this order lc published oiao a week for
four succerie, weeks in The Time
Herald a newsiwper published in f.inl
Count) and State at Hums.
Hatwl till illh da) of Nooniber, it'll.
NOT1CK KOK I-UHLICATION.
p Ml Kl HTATKS l. N 1) OKFICK,
Hums, iirefton, October IS, ltl l
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sJ4HltoJl. WtUnBiette MmWU'i. ! W
liiiOr ol Itilrntloii 10 " Hl .1 reel. '
"m'.H claim to " lml Isimi ilesetlbe.1.
won. on lh iwh J NvtBir. lilt.
Mli Olwn, r-re.1 K.vbeilseii, Osfr Kewnl, W
ll'llnler. nil ot lret-ir. Oregon.
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NOTICK FOU 1-UUUOATION
I'mtiii Stitbs t.Asii OrrirK
lliinis, Oreftin. SHii'teiuber . 1H
Xotlre li lierebi Liven llwt Ktank SfOhteMT,
el Drown" t)rvii. !. on Aiigiijl , lV.
m't llomi3 Mitty No WHS, for J SWV4
.-. . i tri virt iia A Tnwtikhln 9t H.
turn K AIUinl' MerLllnn. t W
uoUecof ImI HeMr Iraaf, lutstHMtok
cllai lolheUnil lHciti,rlbl, UforetM
Itatrletor und Meh, Burnt, Orcein on
the Ulh dy ol November, 111.
Clnlmnnt iumwiu IImm
Tliemitu Ketim, ImnoM, tlls, rWi!ir I
llfetlo, Meplien Mltlot nil ut lrer.OrnWI.
Wm Fmihr lietlslw-
lUIKUIltCI.K No. I,-. otW.
Mt.ev.rr fourth tW'Tj )H(1li M,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
mil VIHITUAIT-Pl BUrl.VN'I'SAtl'
lMtiDTtr.l.iv' limn i
Burn. nrefciiM Hi'iiin-r .1. I '
.NotKeiliereb nlven, tht s illrt-clcl
the CoiumlMl n.. ht inrl L1 "nt i
nn4r lh irovlton uf tl" ' ' "uren n
prowl Juti -7. ! i 'j "'-' '" '
lb application ( .team ! reiumt ol '
Oreeoii, serial No 0.ll e t I .t'iri iiil.llc
tale to tbe blxbeat bldrtcr i P i Iw k a m
ontblihdaro Dscen-ber ui. reit the fl
l..n1nr lru-t nl land:
SWH8'4,andl'45W'4Se l,T,8 n
i .11 -.- ,.ImIh ailvaNdlf tha
AnriDUMi pcrjn vmiwiiw ""' '"
abore-detcrlbed Uq.V are adTUd to dl ttwlr
clatmfl or oojeciioni on ur uriviv iuo :
Frank 1iv Kecetrtf
N0T10K KOK l'lUU.IC'ATION.
I'NITKI) 8T VTIta I.VNP orv It f. I
llurnf, Oregon, Oi'loorr I. I'll I
Notice Is herebr Btven that ha ) Mtliu
mann.ot Narrow", Oregon. "'.''" "J;
11C made Homeatead tfntiy No it ill. for N KM
of Section n, TViithlp ! '.anil, ' k-
UUmctte Meridian has Hle.1 n .Hip ol In Jen
lien touake Flnalroramiitaiton .r.i in. i-ta l
ll.l. elnlm lo the laud also !,' rilsMl bolero
theKcKliranil Kecelvnr ai Hum' Ofigon.
en me anil oa oi .iuiuwi .-..
riaimam namcB "i.uvwv- . .,
O S. I'tealon. II rca II Marke J .
Mettele, all ot Narrows, On gen
M Kaaax. Kigittsr
iir,i- ,. iof ma tU -rn nil urhienorprl in his ear. so when it
TTUll l. JUU Itifc- iw v-.i ju I . ...wx.. -.- .- .
about the Chicago and Alton?" j was time for us to march in to
He had about the best shaped I the feed he was most kindly, and
head I ever saw and his face was I knowing my failing for horses,
full of character. His forehead ' immediately began to bridge any
might fumble the ball, but the gap that had been widened Dy
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iion .' ef
wtitih Ih, u...
hI.mii I la nrniber,
will gir J' HO iJ
t,il lor !
,Untv Icalmg lo
ib arrtil and con
rl( Hon ol i.n) par.
tr or partlw teal
iii. ht,ri4. cattls
lonnyol Hi mem
In addition to thn ;. iho nn.Uulgned
offer the Mine condition DO for all bor
brauded borM-abod baron bmhorfiihcr a.
Brand reeortil In eight couutlM Kanirr
Itarna), Ula and Crook eonatlca llort
entd when wld
N'oue but ffrowa boracH aoM an t onl In
W HKOKN- Hlf. "rfgon
V S cnatora
i J,mlbB Bonnie Jr
ln ft. l)Kmbla!
tl U Kllla
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NINTH Jl'lllflAl. MWTKKT
t OlIRIf miu'u , .. .
Secretary ol Mai
Ireaturcr . .
gnpt. ruMio iBuuri"
J N i lloeh
C It imaid
lililrlcl attorney .
tlrrnlt IMwtJ HI "' 'IT '"
April ami flmt Monday la October
0 W rarrlah
V II Hriwk
COUNTY IIA Witt!
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County Court ti U irl Vrdn.ada
January, ilarrh. May. Jaly, Heplowlwr " '
. T & . 1 Ji
to ottcrimi wont attractive
to ih subscribe at prvHant
Portland Weekly Orcgonian
Portland Semi-Weekly Journal
S. F. Weekly Examiner
f hrice-a-Week N. Y. World
Semi-JKeekly St. Louis Republic
KK1SE (o every paid In advance Subscriber
(Jet one'or more of these rock, papcra in connec
tion itii The TimeK-Hornld for the lonf? win
tor evoninRS. Cull and uct ('lubbinjr Pricea
11,0 riiiM-H-rM I. I'rri'iwl tot!" H'o Very lie I ml
M.l Srttlaforlt.ry Work In IhU line Im H t'e
LATEST TYPE FACES
and i mtj Comphtc Line
Fl HST-CLASS STATIONERY
I bl ' Wrlm
, "I Iff ti?W
'f itroL xxv
t ' oi
- . H $m
GEO i 'jM
IIAUiKT U. . MB '" a
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKlNNON, Jr., Proprietor.
J, C airotn r
,.K 1. Hal .v
l, t) Mbllr
I KraliK l'atr
MrtllMH o( tb l ouucll arcr, c.
T1MIJ TAIII.K NO. IN
JUNK H. W.
I I H ( I
W W. DRBP
W w R " '
J. ms. -Tlte
llurni, . 'jstHbltalM
I Htrr. Men
f i eonjeii
No 1 I'bw- a
bick of the head would be back
ins up third base so that no one
would have a chance to score.
His features played team work.
If you ever caught a glimpse of
a weasel's eye peering out from
under a rail-pile or from under a
hoa house you know the kind of
harp eyes Harriman had, and,
though the lids were heavy and
the brows quite heavy, no one
worried about his overlooking
But his mustache and what,
telling me of his horse John R.
Gentry. Homer Davenport
.NOTICE KOU PUBLICATION
UMTED 6TATE3 I.A.SU OFt It E
Barm, Oregon, October SO 1311 i
.Notice 1 hereby tfven that Harry HoeII,t
Burna Oregon, who, on July a, 1 ") rial
llomeatea.1 eniry No S71i, erlal !.o dy I. lo
l.oui,2and3, hw. 2,Tp 2 ,Kaime31 1 ,i
lametto Meridian, bat Hied notice ol imenllo
to make Final FUe-Year 1'rool, to utai
liib claim to tbe land abore lefcritn.il
fore the ReKlater and itecelrer, at Huron Ore
goo, on the 4Mb da ol NoTetnbor, 1 Jll
Claimant nauita ai wltnenes
Clyde Lowing, K K Oualey, Oacar Lavender
I, a ftllllami, all of Burne. Oregon
191 rnnr., awit
IIama IHam yAniiy ft!
Plenty of Vater Whenever and wherever You Want It
No trouble! No work! No pumping in the freezing
cold! The Farm Pump Engine will provide all the water
you need for the house, dairy, barn, feed lot, pasture
anywhere you want it.
Works right outdoors in zero weather. ProvMcs water at the
right temperature no ice-packed taalcs or bothersome tank
heaters. Costa less than a cood windmill. Doci ten times as
much work. Saves two men's woges every day it runs and never
a. ... , - It, .,. .1 fl-
grumDies rdoui long noun or mais on mc jou
Atracnes xc Any rump in 3 itnnutus rj.
vas around it was the real fea
ture of the Harriman face, This
mustache was identical with that
of three classes of men -the
Forty-nine miner, the old soldier,
and the fellow in the orchestra
that plays the French horn. I
don't pretend to know why, but
all such Dersons have the same
mustache or goatee. These mus- Bon
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Umtid -htm I-imo Orrf e
Hurna, Oreiton, October ID, Ulll
Motlie la hereby clyeu thaMMHUm Kubn,
Hurua, Oregon, who, on .March -fl, llo made
homeatad entry No Oiaitf.lorNWliiV -t T..
UH . ItangeK E MllaraellMrldin hai nied
notice of intention to make final otninui.
lion Proof, to ettabliib flalm to tbe ',nn
aunie deLrlbd, before tbe Regiater and Ite
tlierat flurni, Oregon, ou the ."7th da ol
( lafmantnauea aa HltneiMii
Jauti (j11trt, William Morrlaon, Kcu'nn
Jobnaon, V, illlam Kriike, all of Harney, ore
M Fakki, Itegliler
Oregon Tnmk Railway Service
St. Fa-va.!, Ciiicag-o,
KansasCity and St. LovLis
Leave Bend at 6:30 ai, Redmond 7:21 a m,
Opal City 8 a in. Culver 8:13 a m, Mclollus
8:30 a nvand Madras 8:39 a m. arriving Portland 6 p in.
Direct connection at Fallbridge for Spokane and points east. Ar
rive Spokane 9:45 p in. Tlirough tickets sold to Eastern points,
Puget Sound and other Western points. Deposits for west-bound
tickets to be furnished persons in the East. Details will be fur
nished on request.
S. W. Twiss, Agent, Opal City Ore.
B. K. Nrs, Agent, C'uHcr, Oro.
H. Djiuxol, Agon Redmoml, jio.
T. A, (iiuiUM, Ayont, Jlotolius, Oro.
J. J. Hovimh, Agent, MnJras, Ore,
J II CoKDE-rr, Agent, IleuJ, Oro,
Amnln Pnwnr inr Small Machlnerv
Has pulley (or runni-g any hand or f ct
rower mach n ry II Vu the wumen f rt
by turning the crrara f rartor and c n,
the wasblnjr mar li.ne and wrinrcr, t tc. K
tbe corn sn.lltr, fanning mul, f. cj n I,
grindstone. Uoci most all the dru'1 'cr
chores in halt usual time. All ready Tor wont
-no eitra. to bar. Comes on its own tnse.
No foundations or platforms needed. Four
small bolts fasten it to any pump. No belts
shafts, arms, walking beams fjr.mcr, rp t
Easily moved anv, here on a wh 1
Sec tha Engine at Work
We hve a Farm Pump Lngm oa exr-iui-tion
in our b-iow rooms It is at worL .no t
11 rlau rif-ilnv th binrl of wr,rL tl it Ur n
lire omc 10 in laruur rriofinioer o uuuici
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i n alt till; tNoasjonl.
ruki t tssutxl onl) or tHliOf wtir
t . i.n nro HcliiiluKal lu maVii rogttlur
I 9 1'iisri ngora inilat liroli tlik
(ti ifro niienti1 nziat Iwlor ratering
irj':iirr2') iciiIh In iultlitiou lo Ilia r
K'l'ar f,iri w ill bo cliari;ol.
jorrn v i r snpt
til AN 1 (Jl II1 h --l i t
Burns, Oregon, ,oair,. . Sthf
1 m,- :' 9
! B. K
W. . HVCjOW
1 II Clem . W
IIM llV 1 .
HORTOW Sl SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
ustic. Flooring, fiVlouIdrng,
raa SI I
rr n sri ii v iu inucs . ,.. "w.
" o ' s-uurtiti)uribu
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good Road, civil and Ik w2'
Surtaj, (i- ,i3i
; burs? $Sk
-;.'. . , -i iu
Lumber Yard in Burns.
The Harney Valley Brewing Go.
Mnnuta, ttirora t
Fare Boda "US7',t:r
l:miill Irmle SilUllel I rec Delivery
T. E. JCNKINS.IManaor
i iiuijiriumtmitimiu I
.l a rkIuhH"1- )utsi
-ttntmtttr.mmufiiijmiuir j.jhh : - iiuuiriumtmiiiiuiu i n ....zfiS-,
h Eastern Orew-S
The IIARN Y YAlXfiY MEAT MARKET uM
. iishee. 'rnnr c or J,CITIL ami ia
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W. T. SMITH, Agent
&s k . . .
ThlJ Is tns title of a buautllul C4-pi o i jk inch
will stiow any boy or girl now to RUCC) l.D hmv a
postal In tn mall TODAY and It will basant IKCE
Tns aim of tha College Is to dignify aud popul vrtic
tbe Industries, and to serve ALL tbe people it oTara
courses In Agriculture Civil Engln rins- r' t.l
Lnglncerln Kccliaalcal Fnglne-Jrl.rj i I iinKliJSln
eerlDg Foiustry, Deineall Sclmee aud Art, Com
rnerce, Fbarrnacy and Music. Tue College opens
eti,icmber 32d CatTjonfree
Aldrci nEGISTIlAR, OKEO0II ACRICULTUHAL
CI.LLUt ( ivallls, 0ii,on
Haknky Valliiy Bkkwkry Saloon
JENKINS & KAISER, Proprietors
WINES, LiaiiORS AND CIGARS
Best and most popular .brands
LOCAL BEER ON TAP
Courteous and obliging bar tenders
OH AS-KAISER, W.gr- - Burns, Oregon
This rifle la built
. wv...wu uinilltlB,
where i!oou mnoi nmi t.-nt,.
power are desired, with bafcty
to the neighborhood.
hnndllnK, finely-balancej rcpcjtcr,
with the solid top, closed-ln 1 rrtch
artrl fit if J S)UillAtt fa. a.
larffji guns safe and ogrecabla o
1IIU1 nnrl rr1aln In A.I I
, -... , ...( ll Us.iiji(
of all kinds
Your Patronage Solicited
Cornur Mm' uiul FJ StrU l.ocliur Itiilltllni;
:i -:!"1!-bh!uji:j::i '-.n-:.'-m't:mimvitii3t:.'i:tm:m:t:itmmUimim
lot wooaclllirk. trt.r
nawas, I, , tli, un
This rifle and amrnu
'lon, and all ether
liutn hi .alira, .i.
fully drtcilbrd In tur
-.f., ..i.iuk rrc
lor 3 ttainp. po.taue
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. '-v-f" r - M,'Witttai.yi
Is your liUHband crosa? An
Irritable, fault findiiuc tlispoHition
Ih often duo to a disordered
Htomach. A man with ood di.
Kcstion m nearly alwayw jjood
natured. A reat many liavo
been permanently cured of Htom
ach trouble by taking Chamber
lain'a Tablctfl. Ior wtlo by all
E A. shafer ' The Lone Slar Restaurant
l!. S. Mineral Sunejor & Civil Ijijhucr AH TOY, Proprietor
Irrigation aud Wnler Supply In- " '"r'",r MhI k w'x.iWr
SiiieeriiiK, rnBltv, l.nnd and
Mineral l.nnd I'alenU Survej-s.
Hrafllng, Uenin);, lllue I'rlnl.
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