The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, January 06, 1912, Image 4

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    MCN I HAVE SKETCHED.
Jfllhl, Itll, Homer Davenport rnaiCHc)
ma before I came to New
rk In 1893 1 had heard much
Pilchard Crocker and had seen
ny of tho cartoons of him, es-
bially one by TI103. Nast,
DUgh it was after Nnst's great
fa yet 1b cartoon of Crokcr's
i as a type was n powerful
cc of "work. Thus I was very
tious to see Mr. Crokcr and to
! out if it was really true that
features furnished such strik-
Lopportunities.
Ic evening in the Hoffman
Esc I saw him, instantly rec
zed him for his is a face rare-
ycr to bo mistaken for any
leise. xno way tne stripes 01
i showed through the black
lis beard made it most fas
ting face to draw. He was
culiar man in a general way.
fceemed to be pondering over
ethingatall times. During
mayoralty campaign the year
I Henry George made his last
1 1 drew a very vicious car
of Mr. Croker taken from
celebrated Salon statue by
lict of the gorilla carrying
ae woman. The only change
lie was tnat i inoeiieu tne
"Democracy" and put
broker's features, and espe-l-his
striped beard on the
He was a huge and hor-
Booking thing in the cartoon.
Med tho rock that the gor-
fcld in his left hand "Boss-
i
Croker had long been an
of the cartoon, but this one
to increase his venom
is that particular class of
very close friend told
it it had a very peculiar
on the Tammany boss. He
rays claimed that cartoons
bothered him, "But I can
Bu one thing," said his
"I firmly believe that
ace your gorilla cartoon of
has always kept a light
in his room at night."
rithtanding this cartoon
Iker afterwards sent for
pome to see him at the
itic Club. For what pur-
Inever knew. He had me
to his private apart-
iuietly as he said it was
for us to talk there
be seen together by the
Intent upon getting back some
of the money they lost during the
recent pressure and downfall of
cattle prices shippers are holding
back their supplies and arc giv
ing tho butchers a taste of their
own strong medicine. While
cattle could scarcely be given
away a short time ago, they arc
so scarce at this time that killers
are compelled to bow every time
they sec a shipper.
Tho firmness in the situation
hero is however, but a reflection
of what is expected to happen all
over the country in the immedi
ate future. Already an im
proved tone is beginning to show
at some of the eastern centers
and this causes shippers to hold
aloft more than ever. It is the
custom for shippers to hold back
cattle when they are wanted and
ship whenever the wants of kil
lers were fully supplied. Thurs
day's Journal.
When you want n reliable midi
cine for a cough or cold take
Chamberlain's Cough ' Remedy.
It can always be depended upon
and is pleasant and safe to take.
For sale by all dealers.
NOTICE KOK I'UHLICATION.
(ltolate.1 Tract 1
runuci.vNUSMK.
Umtkd 8ttp- 1 m OiFire
llurin, Utrcii iK'icmbcr 1, 1911. 1
Notice I hereby trlvfti tliat, ai illreoteil Iiy
the CoinmlaalotiiTtil the llf neral 1-Alul Ottlco,
mulct the rul9lnii iif the At tot ('micro
pprouil June 27, I'M! 34 Stat , ,t Iiluniant
in the ai'iilleatlon ( ChnrlrK H rt-terian, uf
Venator. Oregon, mortal o UMM. we vlll
oiler at miblle tle to the hlalieit hhMrr, at
lOo'eloeVa m , nn the l.Mli ilur nl Januarv,
191.1, next, the lolloMtiK tract of 'ami
Sr'.Mi4, !c . 'l NK'e.NW1 See 85,
T 'Jt S It. K . M
In) anil all ier.on ctaltnltifC aihersely the
atioveeileaerlhexl lamia areadtlaiM to flle their
claim or ' ictlniis ou or before (ho tlim
ilcMguiiUi! In a.le.
Wm. Kauiik, Register
Frank Ihtm, Keielver
SURVEYORS AT LAMONTA.
pwn stairs. He talked
tame cocks and horses,
told me of an idea he
fa cartoon concerning
and his acceptance of
Presidential nomination
lit was a gruesome idea.
suggest that I should
Pcartoon as of course no
would publish it, but
to me that it was just
know that sometimes,
! often, a citizen really
in his mind greater
ban the cartoonist.
Crokor's face always
to me one great char-
besides the coloring of
the droop to the cor-
Imouth and that was a
efinable kind of power,
Eat seemed to compel
come unsolicited and
he wished him to
3R Danenport.
JTAQE NOW IA1PENDINQ.
it of tho firmness in
luation is easily shown
killers are beating
supplies. Butchers
full of cattle a short
It they cried for re-
came until they be-
rely cut prices, are
ig loudest for ofTer-
i only small supplies
oday, a total of 170
I received compared
it head last Thurs-
of one load was
weighed off the
really means ?G on
Bamo price as yes-
kvero produced by S.
but were immedi-
thc Union Meat
r.25. This really
unco of ten cents
Hi point of yester-
(m entirely new ro-
rcsent Eeason,
The four "mysterious" railroad
surveyors that have been work
ing out of Madras, Metolius and
Culver recenly are now encamp
ed at Lamonta. Lines have been
run from each of the above towns
to the gap. As these men are
not advertising their business the
public is left to make as many
guessess as it sees fit
The surveyors pitched their
tent last Saturday at Lamonta.
according to J. W. Boone who
came over from Metolius to spend
Christmas at his home in Prine
ville. He says that each of the
towns mentioned feels certain
that it will be selected as the
junction point for a Prineville
road, Speed the work. Prine
ville Journal.
The above is believed to be the
Hill line from the Deschutes into
Burns. By coming up to Prine
ville it will bring thevroad north
of the Oregon & Eastern road
the entire distance, thus giving
the line patronage that will not
conflict as would be the case if
the lines paralleled as was done
in the Deschutes canyon.
Should this be as anticipated
and the Harriman system build
from the east to meet the Hill
system at Burns the north part
of the valley will be well served.
The north lines will have an ad
vantage of a vast amount of tim
ber the entire distance to the
west
The Times-Herald does not give
this as authentic but such is the
general impression and the facts
will be forthcoming in a short
time.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
t'OI.ATKD TKACT-rUUl.U' LANiVSAI.E
1'SI1FI1STATKSI.VNI0KF1CK
Uiirna Oregon December 1 1S11 I
Notice l hereby elver that aa directed bj
tlieConiinlasIoncrof the dcucral IjiihI office
under the pro Liana ol the Act of I'onirn a ai
provel June S7, 1'HJii S4 Mates. M7 imr
niatit to the application of Charles U 1'iterson,
Venator Oregon Serial So. OMK we will offer
oiler at puNte sale to the highest bidder at 10
o'clock a m u the 15th day of Januarv, 1912,
next, the following tract of laud
Iota I. J .li.n.U, Sec. M, T.25!., R 85 K.
M.
Anv and all oersotia claiming adversely the
alot e desert ted lands are advised to file their
clalinaorotiieeiionsiin or before thq lime deslg
nated for sale
Wv Frrk Kcclster
r'RVNk l vhv, Keeeler i
NOTION KOK I'UULICATION.
ISO .ATKliTKACT-runi.lC I.ANDSALK
l'wninTTr ? afnOrrti. I
but lis. Oregon, December IV, 1911. (
Notice Is hereby olvcn thai, as directed b)
the Commlsloner ol tho General I.anil Office-,
tinder hc provisions of Act of Congress ap
proved June 27, !' SlStala., SI7, pntinant
to the application of Da id 9, UraMi, of Ijiaren,
Oregon, serial No. UVil.V we will offer at public
sale to the highest bidder, at 10 o'clock
A, M. on the :vth day of Januarv, nent, at
this office, the following tract of land:
H SW i, Fee. 27 and Lot 4, 8ec 85, T. 8 , K
K .., W. M
Any persons claiming adversely the abote
dcscrlbcd land are advised to fllo their alattna,
or objections, on or lefore the time ileslguatcd
for sale
Wm. Fairk, Uealster.
Frams 1vy, Kerehfi.
$1500 Reward!
Tho Oregon, t'al
Ifornlaaud Nevada
l.lvo toek l'rotee
Hon Association of
which the under
signed is memtier.
will glo li.UKl (U
reward or el
deuce leading to
tne arrest and con
viction of mi) par
IT or parties steal
tug horses, cattl
or mules tieiougtng
to any of lis mem
bers
In addition to the alie, tho undersigned
offera the same condition VW0 for all horses
branded horse shod bar on both or either Jaw.
llrand recorded In eight countira Hauge
llamc), Lake mid Orook ctiuntlca. Horses
vented when sold
None but grown horses sold ami only lu
arge bunches,
W IIKOWN. Fife. Oregon.
SOCIKTIKS.
IIAKNEY LODOK, NO. 77, 1. O O F.
Mccti every 8turilay In Odil Fellow Hall
,t7.50pm. , 1'r.J." "ear,
Arthur llorton, Secretary. N. O.
IVgrco work as fo'lowat First Saturday lnl
tlalory second Saturday, First .Hgrcel third
s-ainrday, fecoiul Degree! fourth Saturday,
Third Degree.
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Mcete every first aud third SatnMay In each
month, J. M. Dallou, M
"am Molherihead, Secretary.
M1HKHN WOOllMKNOFAMKUlCA
Meets every second and fourth Friday even
ing at l.O. () F. Halls all lu Ighhors Invited,
New applicants will reecho courteous treat
inen'. M.A IllgkS, V (!.
v T Lester. Clerk.
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BESSIE SEAWEARD DEAD.
The death of Miss Bessie Sea
weard is reported in the Ontario
Optimist Miss Seaweard spent
last winter in this city at the
home of Mrs. Tom Allen and had
quite a large acquaintance in
Burns. The Optimist says:
Sunday morning at the Baptist
church occurred the funeral of
Bessie Seaweard, who died here
Thursday of last week, following
a serious illness of several weeks.
The cause of her illness was
found to be cancer, and though
only 17 years of age, the young
lady suffered greatly for many
weeks, and two difficult opera
tions were performed with the
hope of saving her life. Her
death occured at the home of her
uncle, J. H. Seaweard, where
she was taken after the first oper
ation. She was visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Anderson, when taken
ill. Her father, L. L. Seaweard
of Cord, is a prosperous ranch
man of the interior, and is post
master at the Cord postoffice.
Miss Bessie was born in Cana
dian county, Oklahoma, June 17.
1894. She came to Oregon with
her parents while still a little
girl, and she had many acquain
tances and friends throughout
the county, where her family is
well known. She became a
member of the Baptist church
several weeks ago, and Rev. L.
A. Meyers of that church had
charge of the funeral services.
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
Our neighboring city of Lake-
view are certainly to be congratu
lated in their having the hust
ling little city connected with the
outside world with a railroad.
Regular train service is sched
uled to begin Sunday, January
7, It is proposed to make this
a red letter day in Lake county's
capital by a proper celebration of
tho event The new line con
nects them with Reno coming up
through Alturas. To the enter
prise of the Lakeview Commer
cial Club and her progressive
citizens this has been made pos
sible. Their papers have al
ready commenced building more
railroads connecting them with
the east and west line through
the Harney country.
We do job printin-right kind.
Columbia River Bridge
AT CELILO - - - OPENED JANUARY 7th
From January 7th, 1912, the wonderful bridge of the OREGON
TRUNK RAILWAY., across the Columbia river at Celilo Falls
will be in service and
Trains Run Through via
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WMSm
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CENTRAL OREGON AND PORTLAND
Paster Txtti o
Train leaving Bend G:30 a. m Redmond 7:21 a. m.. will arrive
at Portland 5:30 p. m., instead of 6:00 p. m. -direct connection at
1-alibndge with through train for Spokane, St. Paul and Chicago.
Leaving Portland 9:55 a. m., train will arrive Redmond 7:25 p.
m., instead of 7M5; Bend 8:15 p, m., instead of 8:35 p. m.
Tickets will be sold through to points in the East, Northwest
and California. Details will be furnished on request.
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n f c u j d a . Benu- Oregon.
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ATTOUNKY AT LAV.
llttriin, Oregon,
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Bu )s, Oregon,
BURNS miLLO GO.
HORTOIM & SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Finishing Lumber.
Nearest Sawmill to Burns, rftood Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
CfllKIiES w. ELLIS
LAWYER
Munis, - - Ori'Kou
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A'lTOKNIOY-AT-LAW
Stato Courts nml United Stntn
L'inil Olllco l'rnctico
Throo (lmirs South of the
Harney County National Hank
Hurn.'i, Oregon.
d. UU. CeflRY
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HiiniM, - - - Orison.
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liirin-H' almp, Main Si,
Tliomi Maln.Vi.
DEf,MflN & DENMifJ,
Physicians and nrtjeom
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Ticketo issued only (or stations wlirrt;
trains are scheduled to inako regular
slops, rassengera must purchase lick
t'ts where iiguntH exiat Iwtoru entering
trains or 25 renlfi in addition to the re
gular fare will be charged.
JOSKI'H A. WKST. Supt
OUANT.GKDDKS, Asst. Sopt.
Stoy's Restaurant
and Bakery
1 hlrd doorsoutli aide IINsncr lliilldliijc
J. IJ. SIOY.ll'roprlctor
Lunches, short order, pies, bread,
cakes, etc. etc.
FAMILY 5 TRADRl SOI.ICI'I HI).
The Harney Valley Brewing Co.
.MatmfnUuri-rH of
siricl
JEjjlitg Soda "Water
Family Trade Solicited I 'rec Delivery
T. E. JENKINS.anaer
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dionifting
THE
INDUSTRIES"
Thli la tba tltla of a beautiful 6.paja book, which
will ibovr any boy or girl bow to SUCCEED. Drop a
poitil In tne mall TODAY and It will be tent fBEE.
Tbe aim of tbo College ti to dtcnMjr and popularlia
tbe tnduttrlet, and to ierv ALL tbe peopla. ItoSari
couriat In Agriculture, Civil Engineering, Electrical
Engineering, Mecbanlcal Engineering, Mining En gin.
eerlng, Forettry, Dotnestlo-Science and An, Corn
merce, Pharmacy and Muilc. The College opani
8eptenK "4 Catrjog fre.
Ad H .iiluart ir.i.''.'! A.".ir C"AL
OOLLLu .,(,,. ,,u jr oj .
Harnky Valllcy Bkewlr-' !ai oon
JENKINS & KAISER, Proprietors
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Best and most popular brancL
LOCAL BEER ON TAP
Courteous and obliging bar tenders
CH AS. KAISER. Mr- Burns, Oregon
teLT A
THE TIMES-HERALD
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his rifle is built
for settled district
where good range and killing
power are desired, with safety
to the neighborhood.
The ZZmr2, .25-20 ! a light, quick
handling, fineljr-balanced repeater,
with the eo!M top, doeMn hreech
m V, eiec,lor' features which make
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