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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1912)
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Tliu Olllclitl I'iijut nl lliirimy Umuity
linn tliu InrKoal clrrulnllciii mid iminirul
liu limit iiitvurtlHlnx iniulimnn In Knnlnrn
TCh,c olrcnl Unniru Country
Cavort an nrcn ol (J.428,800 Hrrrt ol
land, I, (W 1 ,11 bitch yet vacant mlm t
to entry under lint public land laws ol
the UtilKtl Still..
KUKNS, HAUNEY COUNTV, OltLdON. MARCH HO, 1!)12
TEEL BRIDGES TO BE
Built in the Malheur Canyon for the
Oregon & Eastern Railroad.
, TAKE YEAR TO CONSTRUCT
EronjPorliil to Purlnl Chief Stradlcy and the Tovvn-
aite if "Lovult" A Local Camp of Hoy ScouIh to
he OiKunizt'd Funeral Services of D. S. Graves.
Construction work on tlio Ore- eluded in their contract.
Kon, Eastern railroad in tlie Mai- ThrotiKh the interview it was
heur.canyon, fifteen mill wust I J1'1 l,hnt llie co"tn,ctof riml'
iff& . .bed uradinK on the Oregon &
oLtlnfrcity, is progressing mosL ,, , e ,, , , M
', ' , , hastern from Vale to Dog moun-
RoUBfaclorily. All crows at the ,.,, wo(, 1)0 L.om)Itjte(1 tt year
varioua camps arc working most , f,m this coming fall. As to the
advanLnKi'uiiHly on nil the henv-1 stretch from Dor Mountain (o
jest" cuts and tunnels and a I Otlull where the Oregon & Hast
aplondjd showing has lieen made I i-rn will connect with thc-Kla-slnco'
work started the lirslof the math-Natron extension, no in
ycar. These were the stati'inents formation could he learned as that
made Saturday to an Enterprise part oi the work has been placed
representative by Assistant (Son- under the supervision of the
oral Manager Carl .Stradley of" the Oregon-Washington Railroad &
Oregon Short Line, who also as 'Navigation Co.. with olliccs in
chief cnKiiioer or that divisisn of Portland,
the Harriman system, has direct j Chief Stradley stated that he
SUDOrvision or the construction wn.i not in :i luwition to k;iv
of tho'Orogon Eastern, the now ! whether the contract had been
trans-Oregon lino begin con
slructcd from Vale, says the En
let for that part or the road, but
J said no work would be done on
! that end this year and that it
might have to wait until the Vale
Dog Mountain division was completed.
Chief Stradley rather smiled
Chlof Stradley accompanied by
Construction rJngineor Oshorn,
liadQust returned from a trip to
the Malheur canyon, and because
movement wore going on inauchiwhcn asked about his townsiteof
satisfactory condition and further
because they had progressed so
fast, was very willing toonlight
onEnterprise readers on the rail
On' account or lack of time,
however, Chief Stradley only
Lovott, near Dee; Mountain,
which it had been reported was
slated to become the ureal di
vision point of the' Central Ore
gon country. "1 have certainly
received a lot of free advertising.
It is true 1 have tKH) acres of line
yisltc'd the largo camp of the, fanning land way over there, but
ilShJConntruction Company at I have not taken any steps to
rrTilo post lfi, whore on': hundred 'make it a townsito. Such a body
men; booios or teams and much or farming land is a splendid in
maclilnory are excavating the! vestment anywhere and it pays
ijeayiest cut in the entire can-1 to take a chance sometimes
yon? running about 1000 feet in ahead of the railroad."
lenirtli and (58 feet deep. When asked whether it would
Concerning the work at mile
poatjll) where crews have started
boring the 2(500 foot tunnel Chief
Stradley said it was the one big
make a good townsito for a pro
bable division point, ho rather
evaded an answer but finally ac
knowledged that "of course it
jundortnking of the Malheur would make a good place on ac
cfnyon and that it would take a count of its splendid location."
yearto complete the job from lit was furlherlearned from Chief
portal to iMirtal. Small crows Stradley that there was nothing
i)nlyfcai. bo worked on each end to the report that location stir
ofjthiB loiur tunnel and the pro- voys had been ordered stopped
irresslsslow tm account of the 'and other work cut short. The
i-ocitv formation of the high calling in of several assistant
inountnin. Many times tunnel 'engineers and crows from the
work can be hurried by starling' final location survey near River
irevvs from a shaft sunk from the I side and elsewhere in the can-
,or$of a mountain to the middle
yon was duo to the fa t that it
tKusiennbling two crews to begin was deemed advisable to lot the
inanitions in each direction from construction department carry
iKSJmiddlo but hero this is out of 'on the work from now on. The
cKeteuestion on account of the special crows had been rushed in
ileight of the mountain. It is from the start to hurry that part
1 180'impo.ssiu e to muni a iem-,oi mo worn.
porafy roadbed around the rocky
diffjof other work, such as the
Trading of roadbed either this
Right-of-way Agent Harris,
who was in town the forepart of
the week stated that right-of
dJSfbr beyond this tunnel must way matters were proKressinjr
alonjr nicelp, and that the route
was all secured from Vale to
Riverside, with the exception of
the two strips near town on
which condemnation proceedings
have been started.
Till! HOY SCOUTS TOR IIUKNS.
Rev. Dr. Habbidn;e of the First
WJritAintil further progress,
ENo, the work is not stopping
nSbciiiK delayed. Nearly all
forces that can bo worked to ad
vantage are now centralized in
dffijMnlheur canyon and now
iamps are continually being lo
iateil and started on the road.
jPRvould bo useless or rather a
.vasto or lime and money to build
rSwlbed grades In thecanyon and i,.Mi,vtii-iiiii church and Carl
LhjM. take chances on having thorn Wt,IklM.,mvt.nrra 11K(1( t0 organize
jvwh away while waiting to get .
thTough the heavy work that will" company of l.oy Scouts m
ifiw n yoar to complete. If the'Riirns. The pro)osition meets
Juffl nl mile post IB and !50 woro! with the hearty approval or the
ibTiahod we could have tho road-1 boys and their parents and is
incompleted to the. tunnel at ono or the moat talked ol' events
infill post!l!) within three months among the boys.
BTtho rest or tho grade work is Tho Roy Scout movement was
.. i ...... i i... .. .1.... i.. n .....i
iggva" 'originated ny nmn-u-i wwuu linn
liSTwenly-threu steel bridges
111 be constructed in tho can
Jm," added Chior Stradley, in
nsirort to enthuse further the
reporter with oxtonaivoness of
LliJuiKlerlaking of Malheur can
m. Heyond tlio tunnel, opera
JSws are moving along as rapidly
SJcould bo expected but have
iMcn delayed somewhat by the
litour necessary in hauling ma
ifcAiery and outfits by tho way of
fmtura, many miles further.
!fm Hankes Bros, at mile post B(5
tho organization is world wide,
It is for boys from the ages of 10
to 18 years.
Tho Scout obligation embodies
three solemn premises: "To do
my duty to (Sod and my country
and to obey tho scout law; to help
other people at all limes; to keep
myself physically strong, men
ially strong, menially awaku and
morally straight." Tho scout
rules incltido 12 laws: Ho must
bo trustworthy, loyal, helpful.
friendly, courteous, kind, obed-
o made good headway on the i lent, thrifty, cheerful, brave.
foot tunnel and are pushing clean, reverent. A strict injunc
g on grado work also in- Hon enforced by the movement
is that ho may work for pay, but
he must not receive tips Tor cour
tesies or a good turn. Tho move
ment is non-military, although it
tries to instill into the boys the
military virtues, such as honor,
loyalty, obedience and patriotism.
Tho boys are taught scout crart,
which includes instructions in
first aid, lire-saving, tracking,
signaling, cycling, nature study,
seamanship, eampcraft, wood
craft and chivalry and patriotism.
All of which is accomplished in
games and team play.
I" Mr. Welker has had considera
ble experience in training boys
and will give them instructions
in all kinds of athletics, wireless
telegraphy, etc. It is the inten
tion to place a wireless instru
ment on the roof of Tho Times
Herald building Tor that purpose.
Among other features that at
tract the boys is a camping trip
of several days in the mountains.
Julian Ryrd's summer home 1(5
miles from Hums in the moun
tains has been tendered the boys
for this occasion. It is a pretty
place of 1120 acres covered with
pine and several fine springs
bubbling out (r the rocks. Quak
ingasp groves in the deep canyon
ror ideal camps besides the log
cabins. Dr. Rabbidge is to be
a companion or the boys on their
tramps and all sports and will
hold the position or chaphin. It
is also the intention to have a
doctor join tho Roy Scouts on
their various trips.
Tonawama Theatre has been
turned over to the boys ror head
quarters and they are to have
free use of the house under Mr.
Welkor's direction. Tho build
ing will be used to get the boys
started in variousdrills, etc.. etc.
which will be later used in their
It is an excellent move for the
boys of Rums and vicinity and
practically every boy of the age
should and likely will join.
l'IOM:f:K STOCKMAN llliAl).
David Samuel Craves, one of
the highly respected pioneer
stockmen of this county, died at
his home near Malheur Lake on
Monday March 2T. Mr. Craves
was ill but a short time, the
cause of his death being hemorr
hagica! purpura, a very unusual
disease and one that is generally
Tho body was brought to Hums
and the funeral was held Wed
nesday afternoon from the I. O.
O. K. lodge room, deceased hav
ing been a member or that ord"r
Tor many years. The services
were conducted by the lodge,
the Rev. Dr. Rahhidgc officiating
in the lodge room and the mem
bers participating at the ceme
tery. Deceased was born in Missouri
and was fifty-four years old on
March 7. He came to this valley
in 187i) has resided here since.
Mr. Graves was married to Miss
Ethel Carroll on .luneli, 11)10 and
is survived by his widow and an
infant daughter eight months j
old. Two brothers and two sis
tors also survive him, .1. E. of'
this county, and R. .1. who lives
in Missouri. The sisters are Mrs. ;
S. A. Carpenter, who resides j
near the lake, and Mrs. W. A. j
Hopkins, of Fowler, Colorado, i
Sam Graves was one of the
substantial and highly esteemed.)
citizens of the county whore his
honorable character had been
learned and appreciated by a
wide acquaintance. He had ae-j
cumulated considerable and
leaves his family comfortably
provided for. The bereaved ones
have the sympathy of numerous
NEW 1M2 SPRING GOODS.
Just received by stage at
Rrown's Satisfactory tore first
showing or New Spring Silks.
These goods are exclusive in de
sign. This beautiful line of Silks
consists of Foulards, Voiles, Silk
Ginghams, Chill'on Tall'etas,
Crepe Cliarmonse, Cropo Me
teors, Crepe do Chine and Na
soinas. You will find a stock or
goods in these items that have
the Stylo, Reauty and Quality.
N. RROWN & SONS.
You will look a good while be
fore you find a better medicine
for coughs and colds than Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It not
only gives relief it cures. Try
it when you have a cough or cold
and you are certain to be pleased
with the prompt cure which it
will ell'ect, For sale by all Dealers.
FARMERS AND ALFALFA
More Patience Applied, A Larger
Acreage, Enriches the Rancher
THE QUEEN OF LEGUMES UNDER
Discussion, and ItsMany Advantages To the Grower, ;
the Soil and the Stock-Oregon Not Up To Her
Possibilities in its (Jrowlh-JLadiesAfternoon Club.
The following is a portion of a than five feet or the Budace, ror
communication published in a re
cent issue or the Portland Jour-
alfalfa, will not grow and be
come a good stand where its feet
nal. Perhaps tho things told by , whcn ranchmen of Colorado
this writer about aiiaiia growing
has been told our readers before. they J)Ianle(1 0iem on ground ,y
but they will bear repeating:
In the interest of the farmer
.. -!ll . Kill '
win you K-aot mu .1 nine ww not succced - that the roots
to comment upon the condition of rcache(, the waU,r ,t wag then
agriculture, as I have observed ante(, on U)0 ,,. ,, ands an(
UIUIII uuiiiik lll xuui inuiitiin
through various sections of the
state? It has been with consid-
thingsand that was his, 'In Mcni
oriam'.one of the noblest tributes
to a friend.
"He was thoughtful, earnest,
sincere and refined. While his
thoughts were often melancholy,
they were full or raith's highest
assurances and in the conflict
with doubt no poet has more
keenly interpreted the mental
struggle of the thoughtful soul
or given the age a more assured
ground of faith while conserving
its highest and dearest hopes.
He was one of the most profound
thinkers and mighty musical
singers of his time. While he was
cultured and refined, while he
stood apart from the rrivolities
oChis-age, ho was yet of it and
became its best counsellor and
"He was a man or real faith
and died trusting in Loving
Omnipotense, an example or all
that was highest and best, ror
his lire was in accordance with
were putting in their first stands, 'proression."
Mrs. Farre sang. "Where is
Another Sweet" in her usual
Mrs. Whiting then read a selec
tion or criticism or "In Memor
iam. It is the greatest of Eng
lish elegies and differs from
others in the fulness and intima
cy with which it discloses the
personal relations and personal
ROY VAN WINKLE, ARCHIE M'GOWAN.
H Almtractrr. "The Land Mnn.'
Harney County Abstract Compaq
BURNS (iNCOlil'OIUTEI)) OREOOV
A Modern and Complete 5vt of Indexes and an Abstract Cor
Hvery Instrument nn Record In Harney County.
THE COMPANY THAT WILL EVENTUALLY DO YOUR . .
ing close to the streams.
In time they discovered it did
A Powerful 30 H.-P. Car, Two, Four
and Pive-Passenger, Semi-Float Axles,
Nickle Steel, Timken Bearings. Five
Passenger, Fully I quipped,$1275.00, F.
0.13. Portland Self Starter, 25.00 Extra.
FAMOUS APPERSON-JACK-RABBIT CARS
STEARNS CA R S-KNIGIIT-TYPE-HOT08
TPTF8 -Frg-rAynnTs-Fg -the quality car
immense crops of four cuttings
to the season were grown.
K!vrri'f liintr nn thi rnnnh prits
erable regret that I have noted. alfalfbut jal ad to.
me aimosi touti aosence oi aiiai- b,jty is aa a fo0( for(airy cows. loss and sorrow out of which it
fa rrom the Tanners' crops. Not Properiy curedi alfalfa does away .grew and in breadth and thor
only is the amount grown very ... ....:,, m:i, f.,,ia na it onirhness with which it eniers
is equal in protein to the best 'into the great questions of philo
tulinot linn Ao n cmlmrr nmn'snnhv .ind rplicrinn th.it nrisr nut
knowledge of the plant and its for j, sl0(,k) it win produce1 of experiences of his bereavement
requirements. Some few have mon an( b(?tter feed than any It is a giorlous monument to a
been found who have tried toes- olher pant 0ne acnj of weU , friend and is the great English
Utbbsh a stand, but admit set alfalfa, will furnish pasture 'classic on the immortality or love
their efforts extended only to a . , Hnn , ,, . nf . ml nn,l invn of immortalitv.
give one cutting of hay besides. In this piece may be found evi-
Tho hoirs taken off this nasture ! aences or nis great imagination.
J. C ROBINSON Madras Ore.
A;i:T FOR CROOK AND HARNEY COUNTIES.
limited, but there is a lack or in
terest in trying to acquire a
single trial. Had the airaira
growing districts to the east or
under new management
John R. Walkup, Proprietor
FirsiClass Well Appointed House
Sample Rooms Commercial Tra ' ;rs
Oregon limited their experiments . f , , , UnPiPV is power to put himself into his
to a mere trial, it is safe to say nAtLvW ''deal characters his picturesque
thy would never have succeeded I i . 1 J T y ness. variety of lyrical mea.ures.
in.j wouiu neernaythuccLCUt(i,foi. lhe most exactltlK market, exouisite modulation of harmon-
in growing tne immense crops A,f.llfn :a cmI nn-;i,or lining ips.md elevated h.ibits of Umiurht.
they now do of this most valuable i,,,,,,.,,,, ;. ,fi10Po 'i(rnirn It is in this poem that Tennson
orago plants, and which from t, air thro h the , f and relates his religious ; struggle with
any millions or dollars into ,1llin -lo it - f. K thrnntrh ,, doubt and where he records the
their noclcoti inninllv ITivimr, . "-" "-.nnai inumpn ol laiui. nope, anu
tiiur pockets annually. liav mj, ; exlonsive root system. Thus I love- where he comes to the con
liad many years experience with 'theru s constanty being stored 'elusion that love can never be in
this legume, and, thinking a few) f f use d of , vain that it is not destroyed,
simp e cultural suggestions might . r . . e While Hoi am s life seems to
lead some to attempt raising it ! I "f the most expensive fer- have bcen cut otr carlv yet lt
.VS?n0..lonUeD..l8nKIH1 tdizer. free of charge, through ...- not broken. Three-score
its agency. years and ten of earthly existence
could hardly have accomplished
i nnvfliincr (rrnnfor tlifin tha rnct
I I ' p,..... V...... V..X. ..Vl.k
mer who fails to have a Bood 1I,ICS' A RERNOON CLUB-TENNYSON! which his early death inspired
imrdcn. silHinmrh mnnv flWnirs Jn - , ana consecrated to lus memory
of all for
will give them with that hope in
It is seldom we hear or a far-
that garden are more difficult to
get started than airaira. The
two principal reasons ror this are
The Ladies' Afternoon Club , f.or e i,jf , a lou.er one uian
... ,, . , , the past could ever have reached
met with Mrs. A. . Gowan , before Krief ennobled him.
Saturday March 23, 1912. The, Mrs. Rembold read a paper up-
that ho plows carefully and i ladies decided to make a study, on Tennyson as a "Dramatic
thoroughly pulverizes the soil, lor the 19th Century and hostesses Poet."
and the seed he plants is tested .were chosen and groups formed SJis a DramHlwas
bororo planting. 'Iheso same J preparatory to taking up next a Sl,rprise and disappointment
precautions must be observed in year's work. because people were accustomed
seeding alfalfa- the seed must' The new members that were to think of him as a mastr of lyric
be clean and possess vitality and, admitted were Mrs. Holland, Mrs. and idyllic poetry and had labell-
.1 -if iii T!.,,,..., ...wi iioo vuia edliim as such. They did not wish
the soil as hue as garden plots. Bazaid and Ms hills. tQ thmk of him ag a thi eU(
Plow the ground, disk and bar- j After these things wore dispos- "After his first two dramas
row alternately, until a fine seed ed of, the meeting was turned over were received coldly, critics be
lied is secured. After this is ac- to the hostess and a most excel- came conscious stricken and be-
coniplishcd. put on a heavy, .lent program was rendered-upon . 'J"?e h,If.t,"nason
, i , , .. ..... n, j . , tlieu own merits. Mis best are
plank drag and go over it until it Tennyson and his works. 'Queen Mary'. 'Harol i and Bee-
is well packed down. At this i Mrs. Thompson read a paper ket They are full oi" tire and
time scatter over the land 1000 upon Tennyson, the man. Be- force and if they err it is on the
pounds of air slacked lime to the! sides giving a detailed account of side or exhuborance. They are
acre .lust befon, seeding the! the hfeof the t. M. Thomp- Zl?t$Z
alfalfa, put on n spike tooth har-, son dwelt upon the work of turbulent, harsh and incoherent,
row and loosen up two inches of i Tennyson, his stylo, and his yLt they have a clear and strong
the top soil. Sow the seed broad-! gen ions. Among other things, purpose which makes them wor-
"Tonnyson is noted ty oi caretui suuiy
Ilvpiiiiiiiig March 7 and Ending Apru i
- itrr Liiig tu give aw ay free a
$15.00 INLAID SILVER SET
lui". pa'-') Lining lhe most Piano Votfn
It don't makp any difference whether you are a contest
ant for the PIANO you have a chance to win this set.
THE SET IS OX D1SPLA Y A T OUR STORE.
THE CITY DRUG STOR
Reed Bros., Proprietor,-
Live while lou lire for you will be a long time dead. Try
our Hot ColTee and Lunches at the
Bums Home Bakery
Keep smiling as lhe Auto Truck people are doing all in
their power to bring our
COMPLETE BAKERY OUTFIT
rroin the Bend. When the outfit arrives we will be in a posi
tion to serve the public witheverything good to eat In the
cast and cover lightly prefer-1 she said,
iKIlf l,l!t h liuiinlt tin Huvtaas . ni.n Cil t ll " tinfnill IA A( hli!
.?.... ." , ,". " . . J"""1 ', l- '- r dies. They are a picture of the
wnen me niinua nas aiuuneo verse man nis memos, iur nib ,nUiIUT nf Fiu-nm
His plays are historical trage-
George , i
a height of five to seven inches, 'power ot construction, and son- Khott says thev run Shakes
run the mower over it and clip sibihty to the beauties or nature peare's plays a close second and
otV the tops, lotting the clippings which amounted to devotion, and van uyno says mey win become
lie on the ground. This sots the ror the charm or his descriptions gffilSare's B !
weeds back, giving the alfalfa a as well as their melody. "Speaking of liis Becket. J. R.
better chance, and the clippings "He was an Englishman of his Green, the historian, said that'
r. m ipi i nnn ctahp rt
in. i. aw a. 1. vy v- V- ' I ii.V- M-4 .
Four well equipped lines. Excellent facilities
for transportation of mail, express, passengers
Prairie City to Burns. Vale to Burns
Uurn to Diamond Burns to Venator
E. B. WATERS, Aent.
ic. VsVtMj "
servo as a mulch to retain the age. sympathizing with the joys nothing that he had read gavi
moisture. It mav be necessary and sorrows of humble lire which him such an insight into the
to do this several times during ho depicted in his works, rover- soV"s liecket l'i t hi! Teany "on"
the first year. Sow 20 pounds or onced law and freedom, yet was it.jpls character most graphi
seed to the acre, without nurse a representative of the highest eally and shows his deepor in
crop, and get it in s soon as the and best thought of his day. He sight into human nature. They
ground is warm in the spring. was typical of his ago in that ho are historica It raged, g vohrlnj
In selecting ground for alfalfa. ' was not passionate, but repose-1 JJJg l "lasI'i of
choose a piece that is well fid. calm, contemplative, yet ( society."
drained. Alfalfa roots penetrate varied. Ho shines best in his' The closing number was a trio
tlio nil in ii iri-r.ui ilrmth niwl it i idvlls. nod bis ballads and soims by Mrs. Alcllosi. Airs, rarreand
. '"-I - ... . K I .... If. ..,,!,.. I
...I..!... .1.1.. ... ..l i !i l.:.l. ......il.l 1. ...... imiil.1 li i tti r.imrilita .'1
llliVIMIIIIll IU IIIUIIL 1L Oil II 1111 1 HUlllll IIIIIV limiiv ............. ,
, ' ,. . , i ,i . ii lAiw, which whs Kenenuisiy ap-
ground, or, at least, on ground But ho gave much that was bet- v.mici ani n,SpoiHled to with
mat the water tahlo is not less nor aim oeyonu mese uwtumui an encore.
Rembold, Sweet and
which was generously ap-
J. C. DODSON
ijunt lor the
Anuounci's that he will take down and complete! v
overhaul all Dm us Cars cold by him once each
ear fin' of iliaige.
Mr. Dodsoii will be in Burns about April I
ot llmitfu Countu
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Empire Realty Company
V. '1'. l-KhTlMt. MmuiKiir
Wu ri'ir'Kint Unit wliii-li in rorti'il mill iiiliulilii. Wo liumlln all
klnilii of KimU lnlnttt inntloru Wiiln )imr liuul ttlint; piiporH or
olluir lc!ii hunt iapi mcorriu'tly unit iiiii'kly.. W'V. WANT YOl'K
nilH INSl'UANCIi IIUHINKSH; wo riui-ont two of tlio Btrongost
C(iiiiiiiilu4 lu AiiinrlCH Tlll'I AKTXA fi HAUTPOUD CO'S.
l.lHtyoiir proporty ultli u, (or eulu or truJo. IX VKSTIOATK Ol'U
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The HOTEL BURNS
H. A. DIBBLE, Propt.
GOOD, CLEAN MEALS,
Courteous treatment, rates reasor-ab!e--Cive
me a ca'l
A First Clans Bar in Connect?