The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, April 27, 1912, Image 2

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SCHENK & WILLIAMS
Merchant Tailors-Leading Clothiers
J I. O- O- F. Building &
Burns
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Ihe frtmcs-licraCd.
JULIAN BYIIU
Manager
l,. TUItDAY. AI'KIL W. 1912.
H ORI1TION RATES-
One Year liOO
Biz Months .1.00
Three Months.,.. .73
THE SITUATION IN REALITY
"Among the thousands who seek
homes in Oregon, it is inevitable
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jan, eiuici iiuuuKiiUiiu JuuKiiiuii' ,
in choosing a location, neglect of ,m , s, ,
u..: ?..:- . i :i..,j 'if he had
uusmea cuuuuu in uuyuiK luiiu ui
unwillingness to work when they
have bought it. The last cause
is the most frequent, for such .
men on reading of large crops,
quently imagine that such land
can be bought for a song and can
be made to yield with little or
no work. When these men do
awaken to the truth that in Ore
gon as elsewhere, money cannot
be made without work, they be
"
come knockers and write to
the "folks back home" warning
nrmint nrn:n r., M
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The above paragraph is taken
Jnn .vl;i T- - . .v
A1UUI Ull bUIIUIICli 111 ti ictciu ia -
sue of the Oregonian and is ap
plicable to all portions of the
couniyand all along the lino
from whatever direction intend -
ing homeseekers may come to
the big Harney Country. We
have a class of men right in our
midst who make it a business to
"knock" and another class who)
"knock" and don't know it. I
Ihe man who is always caution
ing the newcomer to look out for
certain drawbacks in land loca
tion and climatic conditions is
conscientious but he doesn't al
ways go far enough in explain
ing . these conditions and fre
quently leaves a wrong impres
sion. We don't claim to grow
oranges in this country and the
man looking for such a location
will never come to the Northwest
to find such a location. He
ROY VAN WINKLE,
Abstracter.
Harney County Abstract Company
BURNS (INCOHPORATED) OREGON
A Hodern and Complete Set of Indexes and an Abstract Copy of
Every Instrument on Record In Harney County.
THE COMPANY THAT WILL EVENTUALLY DO YOUK WOBK
160
Located near Mandcr line of Malheur
Lake-all level and tillablesmall
house, close to post office and railroad
line. Price $1250. Terms, $750 cash,
and balance on time nt 7 percent
No better bargain offered anywhere.
JUST
ARRIVED
IHHWHMMMI
A FINE LINE ot Mens
I "I Tl '
and Boys ready-made
units.
These are very Snappy
Clothes, the Latest in
Make- Up and in Color
Combination for both
Spring and Summer
Style and Service.
Also some New Spring
Flats and Caps, in all
the Latest Shapes and
Shades in Vogue.
Call and Inspect Our
Nifty and Nobby Line
Oregon
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doesn't expect to find southern
California climate at an altitude
of -1000 feet
We should encourage every
concern and enterprise working
for the development of this
country and assist all legitimate
efforts in that direction. The
business men of Burns and ' pub
lie spirited citizens in every part
of the big Harney Country do
this, yet it is not always appre
ciated or heeded by those whom
it is desired to benefit The
"knocker" is given credit by
J some timid
seeker after invest
ments that wouldmake a success
more courage and a
keener observation.
Practically every acre of Har
ney Valley will be cultivated
within a few years and practi
cally every acre of the Valley
I ti ill nn n ilnii V. r . naastrl l,, .
i viii uiiu uu,y uiz tuvviiiu uy ti
system of irrigation. This is in
evitable. Why, then, should
'the neonle hesitate to invest in
, moderately priced land when the
conditions are an assurance in
the immediate future?
Dry farming methods should
, also be studied as this country
has a great future in this respect
.The bench lands are adapted to
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dry farming and will. produce
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viiuer wneai equal io uny K'Owh
Dry farm methods will also be
used in assisting to conserve the
I jnolsturo on the valley lands un-
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win ue covereu uy an uuetiuuio
system of irrigation.
New people should give heed
! to the advice and experiences of
the successful man who has tried
honestly to farm in the Harney
Country and whose practical ex
perience has demonstrated what
can be accomplised.
WATER AND SEWER.
The Times-Herald understands
the mayor of our city contem
plates submitting the proposition
of water works and a sewer sys
tem to tho voters in the near fu
ture and wo would urge serious
consideration by tho property
owners. Conservative estimates
ARCHIE M'GOWAN,
"The Land Man."
cresof
Fine Level Grass
TLaJkJSTJD
of tho cost hnvo boon mtido nnd
published, therefore voters nro
advised ns to this. Tho expense
is rather lnrgo to contemplate but
considering the need for llro pro
tection and necessity for tho
health of our people it is worth
while. Those who hnvo studied
tho matter feel that thoro will bo
practically no advancement in
tnxes as tho amount now spent
by individuals on priwito water
systems would pay tho interest
on the bonds nnd riinuiiiK ex
penses of tho two systems.
Tho Times-Herald asks free
discussion of this matter among
our people as with n thorough
knowledge of tho situation there
is no doubt but it will be favored.
ncDons-nnsT.
At tho home of the brldo on
Silver Creek on Wednesday,
April 21, Miss Ethel Host became
the bride of II. O. Hedges, Kov.
Dr. Bnbbidgo performing tho
ceremony in tho presenco of tho
relatives and a few intimate
friends. Miss Mamie Winters
was bridesmaid and Frank Foster
acted as best man. A sumptuous
wedding dinner followed the cer
emony nnd congratulations. Tho
bride is a daughter of W. L.
Best, -one of the substantial pio
neer stockmen of this county.
Mr. Hedges is in tho automobile
business and hns mnde many
friends in this section since com
ing here. The young couple will
make their home in this city
where they are heartily welcom
ed by n large circle of friends.
STONCR-SCIIAI'LR.
Robt. S. Stoner nnd Miss Anna
Schaper were married at the
home of Mr. and ' Mrs. Frank
Harrison on Inst Wednesday
morning, April 21, Kov. Dr. Bnb
bidgo of the Presbyterian church
officiating. Only the immediate
relatives were present. Mr.
Stoner has been associated with
Frank Harrison in the barber
business in this city for several
years His bride is tho eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Schaper of tho Diamond section
where she has been making her
home for some time. They left
immediately after the ceremony
by way of Bend for outside points
going first to Portland where
they will remain for an indefinite
time, later going to Linn county
where Mr. Stoner's mother lives.
They will be absent nil summer.
We join mnny friends in extend
ing congratulations and best
wishes.
SKEINS-KIDWEU..
' Rev. Dr. Babbidge performed
the ceremony Monday at tho
Presbyterian manse that joined
Walter F. Skiens and Miss Pearl
Kidwell in wedlock. Both are
popular young people of this
county, Mr. Skeins being a resi
dent of tho Silver creek section.
The Times-Herald joins friends
in wishing them a happy wedded
life.
ElflllT GRADE EXAMINATION.
Notice is hereby given that the
final eight grade examination
will be held in the different dis
tricts on May 9-10, and Septem
ber 5-G, 1912.
Teachers must send names of
the children that have completed
the eight grade work.
The program is as follews:
(a) Thursdays Physiology,
Geography, History and Civil
Government.
(2) Fridays Grammar. Spell
ing, Arithmetic and Writing.
L. M. Hamilton,
County School Superintendent.
Fine Jerseys For Sale
We have a choice lot of Jersey
Cows nnd Heifers, coming fresh
this spring nnd summer, at rea
sonable prices, at the Hackleman
Ranch, Inquire of Hackleman
& Engstrom, Crook Co., Barnes,
Crook Co. Oregon. 23-29c.
The Saw hill Transportation Co.
Will Haul
Heavy and Light Freight
Express and Baggage
At
LOWEST
And Willi
GREATEST CARE -
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVENTO RUSH ORDERS
See Us For Particulars us to Rates nnd Service.
LAMB LOSS NOT SO GREAT.
Mr. Jenkins Telephones In That Week's
Report was (Ireatly Exonerated.
Tho Times-Hornld hastens to
correct an error published in last
issue respecting tho honvy loss
of lambs in the Steens Mountain
section, It was reported that
.1. H. Jenkins had 'phoned his
brother Tom on Wednesday of
last week that ho hnd lost 1200
lambs but Mr. Jenkins called Tho
Tinics-IIorald Tuosdny nfternoon
over the 'phono from his Happy
Valley homo and said it was a
mistake. Tho fact is Mr. Jenkins
was not far enough along in tho
lambing period to hnvo that num
ber of lambs. He snys tho loss
hns been quito heavy compared
to former yenrs, yet it hns not
been to nny such extent a3 re
ported. Mr. Jenkins states it hns been
the worst lambing season ho has
experienced in twenty years on
tho ranges of Harney County but
the weather hnd changed now for
hotter nnd the season had not ad
vanced sufficient to make tho loss
so honvy, as with good weather
from now on a good per centage
of the lambs can be saved.
Many will be pleased to find
the former report exaggerated
and Tho Times-Herald certainly
does not wnnt the nrticlo of Inst
week to mislead in respect to the
severity of tho storms on the
sheepmen.
Indies of Burns are invited to
call at the home of Mrs. H. M.
Horton nnd see samples of the
Spirelln Corsets.
Fggs from leading varieties
standnrd bred poultry, express
prepaid, $2.00. Write for circu
lar. Simpson's Pheasant Farm,
Corvallis, Oregon.
FIRE! FIRE! FIREI
Your homo or barn may burn
before tomorrow. You can not
afford to take your own risk for
whnt little it costs $75.0 per
$1,000 one year; ?lfi.00 for three
years. Wrile us what you have
to insure. INLAND EMPIRE
REALTY COMPANY.
CU'AN.IJI DAY. MAV 3.
In accordance with the usual
custom 1 hereby proclaim Friday,
May !!, as a clean up day in the
city of Burns. All accumulations
on private premises, alleys and
adjoining streets shall be gather
ed up, burned or hauled outside
the city limits.
G. W. Clkvkngkr.
Mayor,
netici: rou m os kok htukijt
I Ml HOVKMBNT.
Ndllro In lii.Tiili) kUuii that ii'ulcil lUi
Kill lin riTulvnl liy tltn Coinninn Ciiilucll
of tint i'lly ul Ittirna, Ori'smi, u to 7:30
o'clock I. M on I he liliihy ul May,
HH'.1. nt wlin Ii Hmu n rwi'lul mi ulintf ul
sulil C'uiiiiikiii Oiiiincll linn tiewi rnllvil
fur tli(M'niiiil(li'ra'liiiiiilrili'Uliiilt, f.ir tint
luiiroiini('Mt ol tho lollciwliiit nlic.'l In
tcreiTliotiH in fnl.l city, to wit; 8. mini
ami A, Hrcoml ami Washington, Hivond
anil Ailsnin, Ki'ionl ami Julfrraou, 8oc
otnl iiml MhiIIkoii, HitoihI nml Munrou,
ulil ntreut liilnrM'cllinia to bolmpruvcil
In tliofellowIiiKinuMier: 1 nillrsf In tho
rninii tn nml In aicorilnm-o trllli tlio ea-tnlilislii-il
Krailc for n.ilil Interarotlona a
vRlnhllhlinl by iirilliianru No. HOol ailil
city, with n koiiI imlltyoI gravul,nhich
ahall Ik- flllcil In nml r r nil upon aald
InkThcftioriH In a ijoo.1 iftiil workman
Ilka ninniior, ami liu cninilittril on or ho-
foru tliu Ithilayof Juno. IIH'J, tlm aalJ
Coiiiuioii Ciiiini'll liuri'hy rinorvlni' Iho
rilit to rcjuct nny and all lililn.
Ily onlor ol tlm Cuiiiiiioii Council,
A. M, llvim, City Ilucordor.
ADMINISTHATOK'S N0TICL'.
In tho Kntuto of Punlul W. YoJer do-
Ci'ilt"l.
Nolii'o la Imrnhy kUcii that tho under
hIkiici! hmlng Ihuii uppolntetl adinlnla
trutor o( llni idliilii of Daniel W. Voder,
doccimeil, ull iuronn hiivlni; rlalinl
nunliiKt huIiI i-htulo iniml prosont the
huiiio iriiifily vnrilloil to mc at llio
Flirt Natloiuil Hunk, of lliirnu, Oregon,
nllhiii als inonlliB from tho dato huroof.
J. T.. Oaui.t,
Admlolatrator.
Oatod April J7, 1012.
Vour
The
RATES
The
" cle"nrrBoed'"oat8 for saTe np-
ply nt this office.
No. 6295.
Ileport u( the condition ul the
RUST NATIONAL UANK OF I.URNS,
In the Mate of Crtcoii, l Iks ilueo nfliusl
usss. April loth. lVl'J.
aisouiaai.
(.nana ami Discounts,.
Overdrafts, secured mil unsecured .
U. H, llunfs to secure circulation
It. . llouds to secure II H, lciills
I'roiiituins on 11 M. Ilunds
liunds, secuilllrs, eta
Hanking liiiiiio.diriillurej unit llitiiii'e
Oilier Ileal Ketato, owned
lu from Netloiisl Hanks (nut re
serve iinli)
Duo from Bute ml I'llnto Hanks
mil Hunker!, Truil Companies, ami
Havluis llenka
lnie Ironi approved reserve anenle .
Checks ihI oilier rli Home
Motes ul other Nellouel Hanks
Fractional paper currency, nickels,
and rent'.
l.iWFll. MllNir ItKStHVK IN IIAHK
Tl I
Specie il.B07 80
lialTemler nutri IM
Heileiunlliin (unit with U. tl, Tressnr-
er( per cent of circulation .,
Total
Miniums.
Capital slock palit In
Hurplm
Undivided prorlli, lfi eiwuses ami
tales psld 4SI3C7
National Hank Note outstanding Vn.tulUI
Individual depoells subject to check 1111,401 CO
Demand certificates of deposit
Time Certificate! ol deposit,
Caibler'a check! ouuUuUlm
Dulled States Deposits
DepvsltiolU. H. disbursing omrers
Total Ml.littll
HTATEOFOItKOOK.I ..
CoUHTTor lltXST, "
I, J, U (lault, Cashier n( Hie sliiyo named
hank, do solaiuuly swear that the elimo stall,
inenllilrue to the best ol nijr knuwMita and
bellel
1. 1 Usiilt, Cssliler.
Correct-Attesti
II. A. Bmvtii
II. M. IIOSTUN
O. A, IlilNss
liltei'lnrs
rlubscrlbed and sworn to Ixloia me lists) V.'lli
day ul April, HI?.
('. M. 1. soman,
Ideal) Nblary I'ubllc for Orexon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Uhitiii htatis I.snii orrit'K
Hums, Orrjmi. April 21, IvIV,
Notice Is herebjr fltenthat Van II. Kuibreenl
Hums, Ureeou, who, on Maf 3, ivoo, maile
Ilomeslrail Kulrr No. Bend. herlsl Ko.uiikk). (or
HW); UWff Hep. si, T. n f.. II 51 K., NU NHIt
SKJtNWjJ, detllou 4. Township ..IK, luiigoM
Y... Willamette Meridian, bus (IliM nolle, ul
Inienllou In make final ne)rcar I'multure
labllah claim to Ihe Uli'J above ilrscrlU'il, he
lore Ike Itedslar ami Iteeeiver, at rnirhs, Ore
ton, on tlie Haiti lar ol Majr, lw.
I laimanl names as wlluenes
tIHe Kinbree, John H. (loulJ, J".r.i lllll
ana Jobu Worlnw, all ol Hums, omton.
Wm. Ksmkic, lleitlsler
NOTICE KOK PUHLICATION
UNITED HTATIUI.ANllOr-KIIK, I
Hums, Oregon, A.tll J!, 191.'
Notice Is berebritlreu that I'ljril Kinbree, ol
lliifiis. Orrun, wlio, on NoenberT, lttiulti
UlUtfl' ..... C.'uul A .1 . . ' .. i .
iiomesieaii enirr no. w2ua. Hrii n., uimi in.
. twnii. n f nu UIMI.fur
7l"-,l HM l
& .. Hama II I
P... wtiiinietie Miri.ii.il. i..', I
nieu noiire ui iniatuion iitinakn ritiai v vm
Year I'ronr.ioratabllshrUliu tu the latui aixive
iloicllwd, Uloretbe Itrxlsler ami IUmcIvct,
al Hums, Oreiion, uu Ibn 7s Hi iter ol Mar, IVI'i
Claimant names as witnesses
Van II. Koibro. John It. (louhl. Jiaei.b lllll.
1 bn Worlow, all ol Hums, Orraou.
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In UooklHK For
Central Oregon Lands
Do not fail to see or communicate with
the undersigned agent for the
OREGON WESTERN
COLONIZATION CO.
A. E. GOWAN
Visitthe Old Home
VIA
0. S. L. and Union Pacific
LINES PROTECTED Y
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SICINAI.
llaltliuoro
lloston
Chicago
Denvor
107.60
110.00
7B.C0
65.00
Kitnti.iH City
Mfiuiunpulln
New York
Oinnlm
Dates
AI'KIL 26. SU, 27 toHt. l'nnl nml MlniionpullH only. '
TO ALLDKSTINATIONBi
MAY 1'. 3, 4,0, 10, 11,17, 18,21, !!.
JUNK 1, 0, 7,8. 13, U, IB, 17, 18, 111, SO, ill, '21, 95, 27, !
JULY a! 8. o, 7. li, l'J, in. in. no, v.".', aa. an, ai. ao, 31.
AUOUHT 1, a, 3,11, I, 13, H, III. - s.1,.1', .IU.-.H.
8EITKMUKIH, 6, 0.7, 8, 11,13,30.
Through Train Service to the East
Strictly HiRh-CIass
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Cull on or write nearest O.-W. H. & N. AKont nnd lot him assist.
you in outlining A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER OUTING, or address
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, Portland, Oregon
WHY NOT MAKE $200, A MONTH - - That's
50.00 a Vook, nlmost $10. a Day
b
HellliH! Victor Hafna ami rtro-iiront toira
to ititm'liaiiU, iliiotiirs, luurers, ilriillsla ami
well lu-Jiiliiriiidp'.ull nt wJiiiiii rrllau tlinlH'eil
olftaafe, lull Uu lmt knuiv liuwinny Ulatoown
oiju, Mlieii oi ularu nur iniasllun one ol
till, lil, I'll-HII I'Ul llllll-)f lllllklllK llMrllll
lies nvtr fm'clm.l iihoiit irutloua riin'rl
rni'B VOIJ win iluillrnl Hi" aucvrsa of oilier.
Our liuinlsiiiiirl; lllustrnli'il UvO-paue cataloK
will rnal'l" yon to pri aunt tlio sulijret toi'us
lu mo re In an liilereailnt: manner as though
vou were iillotlng tliem llirouuli our ruuliiry
iMuieiirecelyeadyloii ami liislruufloiia lor
.niivli o HiTtalalii polnle wliloli It la uiaielMti fur Irosircllvo customer to deny. Why
rtuVJl VOU ba the firsl to apply (rum your yliliilly Ulore boiiihoiib else nets the territory!
w. ean raYor ouiy olio attlosmau om o( each locality.
""' Th.Mlll IIIHlll.M.HAll.1..
pur HW Hem. Oepaolly S0,000 Sties
"wSmiEBKHKKH
I New t Brownsf-
DRESSES, KIMONAS,
ra
They Are All NEW SPUING MODELS Just
New Une Flnxoiis
Serpentine Crepes, and
Kimonas in
Materials.
the Lnto
Double Tipped Silk Gloves
Kid nnd Suedo Gloves
BROWNS
Satisfactory Sl
Wo do job printing -right kind
The Dillcrcncc. j
The live man of today can tnko
Life Insuranco but will not
Ho thinks he does not need it
until tomorrow. j
Tho dead man of yesterday
would take Life Insuranco todny ,
but can not.
He knows now tlmt he needed
it. yesterday. j
Today is, tomorrow may never ,
be.
Do it now, insure with
E. C. Egoleston,
in tho Oregon Life, i
H. N. McCOMB
General Repair Shop Rear W.
().wiiiteH Sliop, S. Main Street
Plumbing, Pump and Wind
.Mill Work a Specialty.
Burns Oregon
LOW FARES
EAST
Hound Trip tickets to principal
cities in Middle Western
and Eastern States.
(lolni! limit lllli'un duyn; Miml ri'hirn
limit (Vlolitr SI, IIU'J. I.IIIIUtAL
HTOI'OVIilt IMtlVILKOKH. Choice of
ronii'H.
I'roporllonn telly Reduced I'nrcs
to IHvny Other Points
f (10.00
UlOO
108.M
CO 00
Kt, Unile
tU. l'nnl
Toronto
WttahlliKton
$
70.00
OO.(X)
ot.r.o
107 CO
of Sale
!H, 811.
Hen amiointeil as
felling wrs, kIvIhk
The Mill anniversary of our
vreotlnn tlio most modern safe
liany was celebrated liy
laolory In the world. Wide
wake men who received our
spvolal aellliiK Inducement,
rendered Ituewaaary todouble
uuruuipui. wm are suenoinir
larirllig our aalee orKaulsatloii
luanT iiiuusaniia oi acinars en
ilea orKaulsatloii, ,
ill Particulars, It '
only ihe price ol ,
will cost vou
A oostel card
hi for Cililogug 1BT.
THE VICTOR
SAFE & LOCK GO.
C1KCINKATI, OHIO
Annually.
mmg
Beautiful Waists
In Mcssalino Silk Pongees
nnd Fancy Silkn
A Nico Lino of Lingerie,
Percale and Linen Houso
Dresses, New Stylish and
Well Mnde.
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Obtain Your Wants al
The Welcome Pharmacy
where
Satisfaction is Guaranteed. When you have your Pre
scription filled at our store you can rest assured that
they aro filled as they should be and' resulus which the
doctor desires will be secured.
USE OUR ROSE CRIiAIH
To counteract the effect of these March Winds.
J. C. Welcome, Jr Prop.
We Have Opened Offices
Building in Burns,
TO
Title
Furnish Accurate, Reliable
and Complete Abstracts of
Title to all Lands
tobl;
Buy and Sell
,arge and
Tfl rite ,re Insurance in the
"strongest Old Line Comp'ies
8,000 acre tract Jrrigated Iand-
best in Central Oregon-First-class
colonization project. TERMS
All Business Intrusted To Us Will
Prompt and Careful Attention.
MOTHERSHEAM DONEGAN
Rooms I and 5 Masonic Building.
Burns IVIeat IVIarket
II. J. HANSEN, Proprietor
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, Liver,
Headcheese, Weinerwurst,
and ovi'ryMiiu
uny iiani,ii,tv.
in u find,
Wholesale
Prompt and Satisfactory Service
Any and all the time.
. i''""a"''"""M " 1 1 . ii ii in i . i
B.WLES cS: McDONALD
General Contractors and Builders
BurnsP Ore. - - Vale, Ore
Located at tho Burns Hotel
THE OLD STAR SALOON
BRENTON & HICKS, Props. 4
0'd and neui patrons will find best brands JF
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