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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1913)
CITY OF BURNS
COUNTY OF HARNEY
The Biggest County In The State j
The Biggest City In The Biggest
County In The State Of Oregon I
Of Oregon, Best In The West
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OKEHON. APRIL 26, il13
OREGON TO ATTRACT
State Immigration Commission Plans to
Secure Widest Benefit From Legis
lation to Attract Settlers to State.
Other Notes of General Interest to
Educators and the Public.
U'rumOur Portland OomtpondciKj Conference on Human Life, its
In order to get the widest no- Waste and Conservation, to be
sible benefit from the legislation held at Reed College, Portland, i
recently passed to attract settlors May 9 to 11. Officers of the Con-
to this state, the State Immigra- ference are in touch with over
tion Commission is inviting sug- ioq different institutions that
restions as to the best method of p.-obahly will be represented. '
mticing new citizens from Interest in thia gathering is wide-1
ibroad. By resolution, this of- spread and the attendance prom-
rort is to be directed to securing jses to be large.
.esirable immigrants from the
agricultural districts of Northern
Surope. The Commission plans
to hold a series of conferences to
rhich representatives of Ger
i8ii and Scandinavian colonies in
)regon, clergymen, editors, com
mercial club officials, etc., will
New School Laws
Effective June 3.
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Apri' cZtsZ'. "La.. SEEDING ACTIVITIES AT
Apporlionement of County
school fund April I, 1118,
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1. Districts may, by a maion-
invited and a general scheme ty vote, at a regularly called
be followes will be outlined. meeting, authorize the School
No definite program has yet Board to purchase books and
?n adopted, but it is probable furnish them free of-charge to
that the first of the hearings will all pupils attending school in the
about May 15 and will be giv- district
en up to the representatives of 2. After September 1, 1915,
erman speaking races. Later all persons applying for teachers
inferences will take up Swedish, certificates must have completed
Norwegian, f innish and uamsh two years work in an accredited
Immigration. By this means not high school and attended a teach-
nly can successful methods In- en training class at least six
Whin A linllil til lll.'ll'kfril Imll'ili H licirn
Glacier Nun. -hi I liil. rttnblixiii'il llinr
tepw' villiiKc iimii I he roof of tin- McAlpin
hotel, 34Ui Ht . and llrutulwuy, New York
City, Manager Doomcr of eourixi Im.l to
I nave Uiem regiitter. 1 he brnvm were
New laws pertaining to schools ' unD'e to write llieir umm only in the
j 114.1. i t . ti I picture langunse of (lie rrdman. Thie
pa.sseti at me last IH-Kisiwwpw; tby did after Jiunc Shmn.uk.r, who h:i.
used in attracting colonists from
tmong foreign speaking people,
tut on the arrival of the immi-
ints here they can be welcom-
and given assistance in gel
ling started on Oregon soil.
Distinguished educators have
weeks. This act will not apply
to teachers who have had six
months experience prior to Sep
t ember, 1916.
3. Provision is made for sub
stituting u three week summer
school for the annual institute.
n secured for the Summer The County Superitcndent shall.
esion of the University of Ore- upon the petition often teachers,
n this year which will open submit to the teachers of his
hortly after Commencement and county the question of whether
t for 6 weeks. These educa- or not such school shall be held.
rs are from various parts of -H teachers in the county must
is country as well as from attend unless they have had at
broad; manv are famous lectur- least twenty seven months teach
rs while others are noted scien- ing experience, eight of which
shall have been in Oregon, or
are graduates of an accredited
the Indiana in oluirire, explained to them
that they could not pitch their ti
upon the roof top until
Thia unique village of tepeea waa the
firat ever pitched upon the roof topa of
New York I'ltv. Thev were in fact the
firat tcpei-a pitched on Manhattan liland
in 1 in yeara, according to the record of
tlie Aiiii'i-ieiin 1 1 mtorioal aoctet
The Indiana (pent two wee
ka in Nea
York a the gueaul of Ixiuit W. Mill,
rim irinun of the hoard of directors of the
(in nt Northern It v. who took them In
New York to attend the Travel and
Yaeation ahow, an rcprcacntativea of
OUeto Nntmnid I'urk, which waa repm-
in- 'I in iIhh ahow with a minaturc
reiuixluction of Uncle Sum' newcat play-Kriiuuii.
shall be held in lieu of the annual
4. Provision was made where
by graduates of non-standard
colleges can take an examination
for high school certificates.
5. Provides a penalty for
Nevada Man Sees Big
many millions are invested in the
M :- u l I extraction of chemicals from
7 ' hard wood by dry distillation,
and they pay $f a cord for the
According to a Nevada man, raw material.
who has recently been investigat- "The Middle States furnish
ing the possibilities of sagebrush most of the staples which can be
persons refusing to give the name the people of this section mav be extracted from sagebrush, and
and age of all their children to burning up one of the most pro- the Western States pay the
the census taker. fitable commodities we have at freight on the commodities when
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6. Hereafter all schools must J"1" wmm tm awa in- tney couin manuiaciure tnem at
have reenlnr lire drills and suit- we bott,'r ivc our sagebrush home for much less cost.
able instruction relative to the nie attention along with our oil
Janger from fires.
7? Hereafter all school dis
tricts may provide for night
sjhools. There were several
other laws of minor importance
passed during the session of the
Legislature, but they will In
printed in the new School Laws
and distributed before they go
its. Many special courses will
i offered for teachers, advanced
tudents and others.
A comprehensive showing of
exhibits by many societies and
rganizations, highly instructive
In character, will be seen at the
normal school, or the teachers
training class in an accredited
high school. When the teachers
have once voted for the summer
school thereafter such school
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prospect and other resources.
The following appeared in a re
cent issue of the San Francisco
Call and had evidently been pre
ceded by details which escaped
this paper, but this is sufficient
to give us something to speculate
"Kdi tor Call: Editorially tnis
Flood Waters of Silvie
River Going to Waste.
W. L Blott
c. vv. Loggan
L N. Stallai.l
Mrs Kiank Dibble
Mrs Root Crant
Jennie I. Itrown
Mrs Tod Newell
A. Venati r
G. 0. Hendricks
Mrs Kay llarren
J. H. Anderson
W. E. Gray
C. H. Smyth
C. L. Austin
Geo. A. Smyth .lr.
Mrs. Ewd. Catlow
W. A. Capps
J. 0. Alberson
Mrs Fred Holloway
W. A. Weity
Mrs. Ed. Howard
M. J. O'Conner
L C, MePhall
$1348 ( Supt. Breithaupt Visits Sub-Stations and
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Makes Observations. Suggestions
As to Seeding and General Spring
Work. Subdividing the Dry Farm
to Keep Record of Experiments.
108. 00 1
76. 00 1
Ewd. C. Tullock
The oresent waste of water is
another object lesson to the eo
ple of this section as to proper
storaire and use No two have
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Burns Meat Market
H. J. HANSEN, Proprietor
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton,
Headcheese and Weinerworst, Etc.
Wholesale and Retail
Prompt and Satisfactory Service
Your Patronge Solicited and
Orders Given Quick Attention
will go into ell'ect before June
3rd, and any action taken by a
district, or by the teachers of the
county, will not be legal and any
action taken before that time
will have to be taken again.
As 1 am moving my saw mill
I have four or live old buildings
at the old site that I will dispose
of at a bargain, Any one need
ing such material should see me
at once Clay Clemens. UUf
that $23 worth of chemicals
could be extracted from a ton of
sagebrush at a cost of $1 per ton.
This is an error. An estimate of
cost of handling a large amount
of sagebrush (33,000 tons), made
at the University of Nevada,
shows the cost to be $3.25 a ton
and the net profit of $20.56 a ton.
"German scientists are already
under the present system and
the man who wants Hooded land
has no consideration for the one
who really desires to irrigate in a
projier and economical manner,
therefore the crops that really
pay and bring best returns are
not given consideration. There
must be some method by which
(Signed) L. M
County School Superintend.
Begin Work Monday
The railroad surveyors will be
gin work next Monday on the
right-of-way between Princville
and Metolius. llnforseen delays
prevented them from reaching
here ea lier. The work of secur
ing the riht-of-way will be
pushed at once. If the farmers
BYL. R. BftMTHAUFT. Shipments of seeds to all the!
April fj-lt) spent in driving to Sub Stations have lx- n made
and from Catlow Valley during Harrowing Winter whe.
which time the sub-station on the ments started. Abo rate of seed
0. C. Belcher place was visit d. ing experiments on wheat (Wint
Plans made for planting afUr er and Spring) emmt r, rye, bar
making a moisture survey of the ley. "ats, peas alfalfa, etc and
place. On account of a very date of seeding on the same,
small amount of precipitation Also experiments to determine
during the past winter and the proper rotations of ere ps and the
fact that this Sub Station was results to be had by the use of
not put inder mmmer fall w S( me of the commercial fcrtili
Until late last summer, there is Before this reaches t he public,
not enough m isture in the seeding of wheat will be done,
ground to warrant the expec a There will be some forty varieti-
tion of any particular success in f of Siring wheat planted,
growing crops this summer. There are twenty of Winter
Planting will be done on a limited wheat, most of which are doing
scale. very well now. The wheat will
A considerable part of Catlow i be fowed with rats, emnur.
Valley was gone over and mois- oarW. rape, grasses tic on
tui; determinations made at vnri. down the list, all in sufficient
ous points. On the homestead of jvariety t0 show which are the
C. E. Tulloch, a small patch of best for Harney County condi-
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40 00' ihiiow iana was round
58.00 ' wnich had very good supply of "
l()()l) moisture stored in it. Arrange- Team Takes Fright and
' melits were mttilo u-illi M- Tnl 1M....-.1.. " c .
"- . - iicauy causes omasnup.
loch for a one acre demonstration
firm for this summer, on which w. H. Robins and 'lias. Miller
will be planted quite a variety of came in from the Crow Camp
the most promising crops for I Motion Tuesday afternoon. They
Catlow Vadey. Arrangements narrowly escaped a bad run-away
I wm' al8 ma,le Wlth Mr. 1 ulloch J as they came up the grade at the
$-1844.00 !f,)r faring of five acres of! north of town. Just as they
Hamiltor j . pUt ln 8ummer fallow , were starting up an auto came
..., v.on,,,,K. tut- name lu oerjown the grade on UK lower
ihi lirst hve of a ten acre Sub :street and fnghtned the horses
Station. and they made a lunge, breaking
From April 11-22 preparation a breast-strap. Mr. Robins jump
it the land for planting and forjed out with the intention of
ummer tallow together with the ; catching them by the bits but
seeding ol ab. nt thirty acres of 1 they whirled in such a mannor
field peas including about sixty as to prevent his catching them,
live varieties planted in quantities The tongue of the rig was caught
of from one double row to fifteen ; in the banister at one side of the
m-ira " ot-cn ine oiuer. i ne irrane. nowevr'iv :ithi ik
the water of Silvies River mav will co-ouerate with the railroad
investigating the proposition ef be used to best advantage and committee it will not be Ion;,- be-
extracting money from sage- the sootier this is accomplished fore the work of construction
DrU8r1, the better it will be for the will begin in earnest- Prineville
'In the State of Michigan country and its development. Journal.
Rexall Drug Store
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Reed Bros. Props.
Ileiiiv Ford baa built mora Auto
mobile tliun any other BUM who
ever lived. He knowH how.
That's the reuHon he can build
"The Universal Car," at a wond
erfully low prico. HetbiT get
your nowif you want a Ford
1 his season.
Our great factory has produced near
ly a quarter of a million Model T's.
Prices: Runabout $654; Touring Car,
$725; with all equipment delivered to
your home anywhere in Harney Co.
For particulars get "Ford Times."
an interesting automobile magazine.
It's free from Detroit factory. Ford
Motor Company, 1444 Michigan Ave.,
Chicago, or Bums Garage, Gen. Agts.
Hums, Harney County, Oregon.
Pictures tonight and tomorrow night
at Tonawama See Mid-week Features
Meats, Flour, Salt, Sugar, Gasoline,
Landplaster, Blacksmith Coal,
Auto Oils and Greases
- WE PAY -
TOP PRICES FOR
Hides and Pelts
Thos. W. Stephens, Aft., Burns, Ore.
Finest Hog Conditioner On Earth
place was surveyed off into acre
I lots. F,ach of there acre plois
is subdivided into tenth acre
plots. Each tenth acre has a
number and a record is kept
from year to year of everything
in the wny of crops, cultivation,
etc in regard to it.
vented the horses gettir. : away
or doing serious damage before
they cpuld be gotten under control.
LADIES HOSPITAL, Private
and comfortable care, Mrs, Y. T.
Lester, Burns. Oregon.
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JOHN R WALKUP, Prop.
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All Orders Given Us Will Receive
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10 - PER CENT - 10
E. C. EKgleston, the popular Life Insurance and
Real Estate Agent of Burns, representing the
Will donate to the building; fund of the Presby
terian church 10 per cent of all commissions he
makes during- the time of business from
March 15, to May 1st
INLAND EMPIRE REALTY COMPANY
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What Have You To Offer In Exchange!
We have several splendid ranches in California and Washington 167 acres well im
proved home, large umount of fruit, level laud and hog tight, 6 miles from Thayer,
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" Offers You The Very Best Of Facilities t
For filling prescription. We have a large and
well assorted stock of prescription drugs and
competent Pharmacist to compound them.
We have the agency for the well known line
of Nyal Family Medicines, Eastman Kodaks
and Supplies. Come and visit us at any time.
J. C. Welcome, Jr. Prop.