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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1912)
DENSTODT DISTRICT ECHOES.
The members and friends of
Rye Grass Grange held nn all
day session at the Denstedl
school house last Saturday. In
Btallntion of the officers elected
for tho ensurinp year was had.
Those conducted into office were:
Overseen- 0. L. Shineledecker.
Steward -Fred Denstedt.
Lecturer Mrs. Gage.
Chaplain -Mrs. Dan Varien.
Secretary -Mrs. Fred Denstedt.
Treasurer Mabel Howard.
C. D. Howard, assistant steward
and Miss Alice Sweek, assist
Problems pertaining to Grange
work for the coming year were
discussed; also the rancher and
his outlook were considered; the
coming of the railroads, the new
experiment station the jack rab
bit were prominent in the ex
changes of social intercourse. A
big dinner was served.
The Grange is about a year old
and has already a prominent
place not only in its immediate
neighborhood but in the county
for its progressiveness. Other
sections should follow their ex
ample. Mr. and Mrs. McPheeters re
ceived and initiated as new mem
bers. Tho school is closed for the
present on account of the sick
ness of the teacher, Miss Alice
There will be no Sunday School
until more suitable weather con
Fred Denstedt killed 150 jack
rabbits in one night recently.
Wm. Byram of Canyon City,
Oregon, was on the market New
Year's day with 75 head of high
srrade steers that were pronounc
ed the evenest, smoothest lot that
had been in he yards this sea
son. They were two and three
years old and after a long drive
and hard ship they averaged 1200
pounds and topped the market
that day. In the lot was one
four year old steer that in ordi
nary condition weighed a little
over 2200 pounds and Mr. Byram
said that if he was fed out to a
finish he should make a ton and
a half steer. He would have fit
ted him for the Fat Stock Show
at Portland except for the fact
that he is situated so far away
that it is almost impossible to
handle that sort of stufT. Mr.
Byram owns a herd of registered
Short-horns and he is the man
who bought Wapato II of Mr.
Dunn last year, with which he is
highly pleased. He says the bull
has done splendidly for him.
MEN' I HAVE SKETCHED.
(Copyright, 1911, Homtr Davenport Syndicate)
Senator Bill Mason of Illinois
was just as funny as he looked.
He was as short as he was stout
and.in beginning my first studies
of him from the Senate Press
Gallery, 1 conceived what I
thought was a humorous idea
without ever consulting Mason,
or even Fairbanks for that mat
ter. As Fairbanks was the tall
est and thinnest and Mason the
shortest and stoutest, I pictured
them always as hobnobbing, some
times with Mason in Fairbanks'
lap, but never further away than
walking at his side or standing
Fairbanks never objected to
this but Mason became furious
for it appears that he was not an
admirer of Fairbanks. So when
I discovered they were not really
friendly then of course there was
but one thing to do and that was
to show them from day to day
holding hands or admiring each
other as statesmen. Mason
threatened me with many things
but none of thorn came off, and
he and I finally bridged tho gap,
that had started to grow between
us. by a sort of copartnership.
He was to cut his own hair down
to tho standard measure, and
then I was to fall on Senator
Spooner of Wisconsin with re
There was n strange thing
about the hair of the statesmen
of Illinois. They either have a
fine mass or little at all. wri
mer has even finer hair than
Mason, yet Cullen and Cannon
seemed to have been overlooked.
Billy Mason was easy to make
sketches of. There was no way
to miss his features, and fat men
are so funny that it would seem
worth the while to carry the fat
just for the amusement it gives
to other people. Mason himseii
was an artist, or rather a carica
turist of some ability, as I re
member many of the letters i r
notes that he sent, threatening
inn if I showed him again in com
pany with Fairbanks, were illus
trated by the Senator. It is true
that while most of these draw
ings he exhibited to me were
sketches of blunt instruments
and stillettos, yet they all showed
the talent for drawing. Homer
NEW BRIDQE AT CELILO-
Last Sunday the Oregon Trunk
bridge across the Columbia at
Celilo was opened and though
train service was inaugurated,
that is so far as the big snow
storms would permit.
This bridge eliminates the
ferry transfer and gives through
train service between Portland
and Bend with continued connec
tions between the North Bank
road and trains for other points.
Such change also reduces the
time between Central Oregon
and outside points.
It is regretted that just as this
was arranged the heavy snows
put the regular schedule prepar
ed out of commission, but it will
no doubt prove a popular route
for central Oregon people who
have become so familiar with the
Columbia River scenery from this
side and will take the North Bank
in Dreference if for no other
reason than that it will give
them aviowof the grand scenery
from the opposide side of the
Mrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider.
Mo., had been troubled with sick
headache for about five years,
when she began taking Cham
berlain's Tablets. She has taken
two bottles of them and they
have cured her. Sick headache
is caused by a disordered stomach
for which these tablets are es
pecially intended. Try them, get
well and stay well. Sold by all
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed administratrix of the es
tate of Charles Williams, deceas
ed. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby
required to present the same to
me, properly verified at Riley.
Oregon, within six months from
the date thereof.
Dated this 23rd day of December,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICK, i
Burnv. Oregon. January 5, 1912
Notice 1 hereby given that Leiter C. Khoiles,
a( hrauad. nncrnn.uhn On A Tlfll '21. 1910. ID&1
.. ..."-.y.v"- "-:-'. ,--,-- ---a . ..
lloinetteaa Entry, m.m. raiuiimuj V.
twJJiec.S.towpiltlpillB , Uct'eA5h., Wll
lamette Meridian, Im filed noticed Intention
to make final Commutation I'roof, tucslabllib
claim to tbe land abote described, before the
Kegliter and Becelver. at Burni, Oregon un
tneuinaayoi reuruary, ,
Claimant nairetai wltneitei-
11. Dunlap, (I W. Galea, T h. JacVeon, J
E. lthodei, all of Drewiey, Oregon
Vt'u. Fabie, Kegltter
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LMTtt) Statu Usii Omcr
Iiurni, Orecon December A ml
K'ntire li hereby nlveu that William B
Aorkman, of liucbanan, Oregon, Mho, on
Inlv.v mid. m.rl. llnmeitead Entry ho Cl'Sit.
(orNKKi lection 2a townihlp a B , Hanue J3
K., vtiliamelte Meridian, baa filed notlie of
Intention to rraae nnai t ommutawnu rroui
to eslabllsh claim to tbe land aboi e described
Ufore the Kegliler and Keceiver, at Burnt
Oregon, on the JOth day ol January, 1913
I lalm.nr name! .. ultri-.eil
MIIoYV. Itaymond.AddaW Wheeler.Utchlori
II Mcrnall. auoi uucnanau, ureguu. .wuhl
Buyer, ol Burni, Oregon,
WM. Pabbc, Kegliter
In tbe Circuit Court of tho State ol 0m
goti, for Harney county
Carrie Hanks' I'lff.
Aelier Hanks, Deit
To Aelier Hauka, Defendant
In the name of the State of Oregon,
jou are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed againutjou
in the above entitled milt, on or before
tho I'm!, day of March 1912; eaid date
being tbe expiration of ix weeks from
the first publication of this summons
and if you fall to so appear or answer
said complaint, for want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to tbe Court for the
relief prayed for iu the complaint, tc
For a decree of tbe Court dissolving
tbe bonds' of matrimony now existing
belweeu plaintiff and defeiidaut, and for
the custody of the two minor ihildren
thelesueof said marriage.
This summons is published by order
of Pulton Uigge, judge of said Court,
made and enteied January 4th,, 1012,
and the time proscribed for tho publics
tion thereof is six weeks, beginning with
theissue of Beturday, January 13th,
191- and continuing each week there
fore to and including tho Issue of Murcb
the 2nd, 1012.
C. A, SWEgK,
Atty. for 1'laintliT,
When you want ft reliable midi-
cine lor a cougn or coin xaKu
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It can always bo depended upon
and is pleasant and safe to take.
For sale by all dealers.
NOTICH KOK I'UHUOATION
(Irolntrd Tract I
I'MTI.n'.TtTIW I iMiHIFIU I
Hum.. OrcKKii i" .ember 1, 1911 t
nilrpi. herein uhcli that, hi directed by
the comnil"liiiier of the Uenetal l-and tilth e
under the prmUlnna of tbe ct ol longren
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to the Ainil.ciitloti ol rimrlvK U IVli'mon, of
Vonntor, ortRtm, etlnl No "MM, wo IU
ntTor Ht jmbllp lo to tho h.a.ieit bltldrr, nt
10 Of KICK ft HI , On tv l till on "i jnii3,
tylJ, lint the (nllow iiis truct ut Uul
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About' iUd tllHil IhikIh nrc ntluil to Ulo lliflr
rlAllUd or iM iiniiM un or m-iim- uiv uni'
lleBlKUHt"il fin h lo
Wm. Kahkk UpRller
Frak vh, Ktrvltcr
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
ISOI.ATFD TKACT-rUHUO 1,N0&!V1.K
I'NITFt- STATFS I. VNl Of FICKf
Hurn Oregon l)eccutter 1 1911 (
Notice Is hereby utTon that an illrei tclbj
the Commissioner of the tieuerAl Iau.I Oftico
under the prmMonn of the .ct of Conttn Ap
prove! J mi e , I'M lii fifties. tij pur
mifttit to Hip AiiitliCMtionoTchArlea It I'ttrrMin
Venator Orison Serial No. QtvUS ne will otter
offer At public sale to the highest bidder At 10
o'clock a in on tho 15th iIat of January, 1912,
next, the follow his' tract of lAud
1 ots 1. X 3 And 4. bvc 30, T. 2S S., K 36 E W
.nt mill all tenons rlrttmlne derfeh tho
nbove rteerll"cd lands Hrondvlsetl to rile their
clfttn?nr objections on or before the time deMg
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Studio over The Times-Herald
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Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
Columbia River Bridge
From January 7th, 1912, the wonderful bridge of the OREGON
TRUNK RAILWAY., across the
will be in service and
Al Jlf llM'llllil
Train leaving Bend G:30 a. m., Redmond 7:21 a. tn., will arrive
at Poitland 5:30 p. m., instead of 0:00 p. m. direct connection at
Fallbridge 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 7:45; Bend 8:15 p, m., instead of 8:35 p. m.
sold through to points in the East, Northwest
and California. Details will be furnished on request.
W. E. COMAN, j. H. CORBETT, Act..
, , Bknd, Oregon.
General Frt. and Pass. Agt.n BAUK0Ii AoT
Poutland, Oregon. Rromond. Oregonr
Harnky Vallky Hrlcwkk Saloon
JENKINS & KAISER, Proprietors
WINES, LIQUORS MSB CIGARS
Best and most popular branch
LOCAL BEEE ON TAP
Courteous and obliging bar tenders
CH AS- KAISER, SV.gr- Burns, Oregon
NOTICK FOR PUIH.ICATION.
10 ,.UKH TRAlT-l'Olll.lC l.ANtl Al.E
tuniif. ox ion, 1 1 1 ember r, inn 1
Noll.elr. bcrtl) itlvili lltal, dlfilled by
tbe Commltloner of the. uenetal Land OMce,
under Ih liunlilnna of Act ol tonro ap;
!.roed June JT, I'a. (SI Stalf , I7, uutinaut
to Ihe annllratlnnol l'a Id ! OraM , ol I awcii,
OteKOii.ierlalNo ivvl we will oiler at i.ublle
rale to thr high. t bidder, nl 10 oVlocV
. M on tho ,Mh ila ol Jaiuiar), inxt.al
lliliofllro, the tolliiwlnir irelot land
ht. ' hee J7 and I ol i, Hoe M, T a , U
3-.' K M.
Any irina clalmliiK adicrnelv the aUie
.leetlbed land are adtlfed In tllo their elalinn.
or obieelloii. on or belore the lime ileiliiuaud
Wm KtaitK. Heatnler.
I-'rik HMi. Ilecclei
Tho Oreiron. Vn
1 lve.-toek I' rotor
xUiiclt the uinier-
stoned Ir m r in her,
will Kl l,WW
rewiiru tor vxi
delict leadlUK to
tbo Nrrctt and con
lrtion of .mi) par
ty or partlts steal
ing horsts. cattlj
or mules belonging
to any oi ns mem
In Addition to tho aImic. the uudeislgued
otlors the same condition f Mi 0U for alt hones
branded horse nhod bar on both or either Jaw
ltraud recorded In eight rotiuttet Hange
Ilnriiev, I aVe and i rook countUs Horses
veuted whvu sold
None but grown horses sold And only
V V HltOWN Hfe, Oregon
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