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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1914)
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You like 'em don't you?
When you spend them you
like to get the best possible
values for your money
That's why you want to see the
we now offer befor you buy a
SNAPP NEW LINE
NOW ON DISPLAY
Come and see them You'll
be mighty glad you came
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building; - - Burns, Oregon
SATURDAY. JUNE 27 IBM
Ob. Y.ar $2.00
Sim Month. 1.00
Tkraa Month. ... .75
While considerable improve
ment is jyoinjr on in Burns at pre
sent it appears that there must
be certain steps taken toward
water works and a sewer system
before any great improvement
can be expected. This has been
a jrreat drawback for the past
few years and one that has been
considered many times. Hums
should have these improvements
but peculiar conditions have pre
vented their fulfillment up to this
time. Several estimates have
been made as to the cost of in
stalling water and sewer and it
has been estimated the most fea
sible and economic from the ini
tial cost of such an undertaking
is a pumping system. There has
never been a vote taken on the
proposition of bonding the city
for such improvement but it is
the opinion of many that now is
an opportune time for such an
election to be called, especially
as it is understood that there are
bonding houses who have signifi
ed their willingness to buy Burns
Needed business enterprises are
held up on account of lack of
water and sewer; the town will
not build as it would without such
and the business men and pro
perty owners seem willing to
vote bonds and undertake this
improvement. Why not do it?
Every man in town will admit it
is the most necessary thing to
the advancement of the city, yet
there is a disposition to wait.
What for? The railroad is not
rushing in at so rapid a rate as
lomaxe mat any hindrance, even
though we expect to have quite
an expense to bring the line to
this place. Every property own
er in Burns fully expects to do
his share toward the railroad
when the time comes but in the
meantime let us go ahead. Frank
Johnson of the Colonization Co.
has recently found a fine spring
within a reasonable distance of
Burns that will supply all the
water necessary for the city and
his company will gladly turn it
over to the town for this purpose
if the citizens of Burns find it
to their advantage to put in a
gravity system rather than a
pumping plant. U'ts get togeth
er with the councilmen and dis
cuss this matter. Let Burns be
a unit for once in the history of
the place and see what really
can be done under such circumstances.
two-year old wethers from Hep
pner to Seattle. W. E. Mudd of
of Ellenburg shipped 2000 yearl
ings. Prices at present are said
to be ranging as follows; Two
year old wethers, $3.60; mixed
yearlings, $3. 50, yearling wethers
$2.75 to $3; yearling ewes, $4.50.
Yearling ewes are notably high
er this year than last and shows
the demand on the part of grow
ers for breeding stuff.
To the Democratic Voters
A telegram Thursday forenoon
announced that it would be Im
possible for 1'rof. Hetzel to be in
Burns to deliver the oration on
the 4th and the committee wired
an invitation to Judge Dalton
Biggs to be orator. No answer
had been received at 1 o'clock.
although a second wire was sent
him this morning. However, if
ho cannot come a local speaker
will be pressed into service.
One of the pleasing features
of the celebration will be the
music furnished by Mrs. Dodge's
orchestra of little violin players
who will assist in the program at
the Tonawama. They will play
in connection with thobig chorus
choir that will sing the National
airs and also give selections alone
with the piano accompaniment,
A large number of Indians are
here from Fort Bidwell to take
part in the celebration, having a
lot of ponies besides an entire
baseball team of Indian boys who
have signified their willingness
to play the Burns team, but
since the game on the fourth has
been advertised single men vs.
married men it is likely the boys
will not want to change, es
pecially since the two teams have
have been practicing, but the
Indians are ready to give the
players a turn on most any con
ditions they might name. And
they're players too, having met
and defeated some good teams
I wish to thank the voters who
supported me at the late primary
election and ask that I may re
ceive the same consideration
from them at the general election
After a primary contest in the
Democratic Party which was
free from personalities 1 hope
and ask for the uddivided sup
port of the party at the polls.
To the voters of the county I
wish to say that I have no pro
mises to make other than the
following few. If I am elected
to the office of County Judge the
measure of county economy will
be that of personal economy and
proposed expenditures will be
made onjy after satisfying per
sonal business judgment; with 2(
precincts in our county and a
County Board of but three mem
bers the great part of our terri
tory is but inadequately repre
sented on the Board, and for that
reason every effort of the Board
should be to consult every sec
tion of the eounty-not on minor
matters, details or routine, but
on vital changes or methods
ana, u elected, it shall be my was voted,
endeavor to withhold the action
n. u. mam
BurtDunten was over
Drewsey during the week.
Features and comedy pictures
at Tonawama tomorrow night
Finest alfalfa, timothy and red
top hay baled may !hj had at the
Goodman feed barn is south Burns
Clarence Young will order ex
tras for Champion mowers, but
requires charges paid in advance.
E K I'lirlngLon has about 100
cords of slab wood at the mill
that he would be glad to give to
the farmers for threshing time.
It makes tfood fuel and gets up
Clarence McKinnon and Bert
Richardson, accompanied by
their families, have gone to the
Deschutes for an outing. Morris
Schwartz is assisting Joe Thomp
son in the Kihaidson store dur
ing Bert's absence.
W. F. HiUnw took his depar
ture yesterday by way of Band
for Stettin whore ho will join
Tomorrow, Sunday morning,
Dr. Benson's theme will be "The
Dawn of the Kingdom;" in the
evening, "Omnipotence, All Pow
er is Given unto Me In Heaven
and in Earth." The Presbyter
ian Synod, which embraces the
entire state, will convene at
Eugene, July 9th all Presbyter
ian ministers aro expected to at
tend. The Summer school of the Uni
versity of Oregon, convenes im
mediately at the close of the
Synod, so the clergy will have an
opportunity of attending both of
these important assembles.
The Presbyterian church has
granted their pastor a vacation
during the month of July to at
tend these assemblies and visit
his family. He leaves nent. Mon
day for his home. There will be
no preaching service during July
at the Presbyterian Church, but
the Sunday school will continue
1. On Sundays and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at i " a. m.
2. On week days Holy Mass
at 6:30 a. m.
Ail Other services, besides
those mentioned above will be
announced in church-
All Invited and welcome to the
Sick-calls promptly answered
at anytime. Religious informa
tion and instructions willingly
imparted at the Franciscan
Rev. Pius Niermann. (). F. M.
Pastor of The Church of the
Notl W Flasi hUlisMt
In Hi.' ('utility Court of thaHUta of Or-
Kon, for Harney Oountr.
In lli matter of ttie eatala of ttolwrt
Notts. i hereby glren that tht nntlrr
.iv nt-il hit filni hU final account herein,
iiml tlinl the .linl:r ol aaiil Court linn
llxetl the time for hearing objection to
iiml , i limit nt of tlic name for Thar
ilny, the '..'ml dny of July, ltd I. at the
hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of aaiil (lay, nt
the Court Houac in llurna, Oregon,
Dated Huron, Oregon, May 21, 11)14.
Ml. IAIN M. Ii IAN, Klecutorof
ihcBitateol Koliert )tmti,Ucd.
Hale of flrat publication, May 2.'), 1014.
I bile of laat publication, June 20, 1914.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
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Purlin, On-aon, who. mi August 17. IW07 mail
l. .. I.aml Knlry Nil limn. Hertal No. Ml. Mr
.-.', Hm-Holt 10, Tuwuthlp IM H Mange HI Kal,
VHIIamatlo Mnrlrllao, Nortbof Malheur lake
loot llleil nolle of Intention M mall Hual
Proof, lo ntabllh elalm to the l.ml abova ile
nilbi-il hefor the Iteglafer and Kerelvur at
im i im, Oregon, on tl 7th ilay of July, 1914.
t lallnant iiaitta a wllnaaao
Kilwaril II MiKiu.it Narrow. lrgon, Weal
lilt J Maker. I ... Wllami, Krau Havei, all ill
Wm. r, HoglaUr.
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Hum, dragon, May UK, ivuj
Nollen I harahy given that Ilia Surinam
Hi' Hallway i ntuiiaiiy. whoa iot ottlr
n.t.iiiM t mi. rani, M,i.::-ZL"a. haa ihu nth
.lay nt May mi. HI In thla orm-p It an
.lli-allon In lrt uudar lb. provision of the
...to! . niia-re, auvmtrwl July I. I.n (Ml Ntal ,
nK',NK',mi HI, T V H. H. WKill, W M.
Hartal No U7MB
Any ami all iM-raom i Uniting a.tvrly the
inn. I. .leaerilM.ii, or l.lri,g to olite.'l liri-atl
o the mineral iharartar of in Iii1, or lor any
it in-1 reaaou to lb diapoaal to j Irani. bonlil
HI their am,tai lis of jiroleat In thin ..(II. r, mm
M Intel the VVIh day of July, lull
w r.aa. Koglatxr.
Walter Hurmer is helping
Frank Tomlin to do the logging
at the Clemens saw mill.
The rain which fell here Wed
nesday was a great help to the
Sunset will celebrate the 4th
of July and expect to have a big
time. There will be a basket
dinner, sports and a big dance
in the evening.
At the school meeting Mrs.
0. V. Reed was elected clerk and
Mrs. (',. Perry was elected direc
tor. A special tax of ten mills
Notice I Contractor aft Bnlldrr.
Bids are hereby called for, for
the erection and eiiiipmeiit ol a
school-house at F.gli, OlSfOB.
Plans and specifications may he
seen at T. S. Hames, IgJI, Ore.
Bids to be accompanied with a
certified check or cash amounting
to 10 percent of bid. Lids will
close July l.'fth at t M. and tx
opened July 15th.:
F. G. Henson. T. K. Hames.
( "in Mn ill' nt lick, ilijnty, u.-i i.li-nl
tin. I ilnatli benefit protraction at mini
mum coal. 2,00.00 ili-alb Unellt;
tl.OUi.UO for loeeot limb or eyeabjhl;
(aotn So (jo i 1)6.00 world)' ink or ac
ri.li.nl Im in-lit; II ,00000 Kmergemy re-
ii. -i tii-nt-iii, i oi i in. im per year)
no othor 1.1(101 or nemmonti. In tbl
t iin r ! all men ami women am pin-nil
uit an equal baail, regent! of oecupa.
tion. Kvery perron makee the Mine
form of application, pay the lame
atnotinlof im iiiliim ami receive! tho
"'lie amount ol bom Hi. Men anil
W. mien between the agee of III ami .'.
lire aiveototl. No restriction! aa to oc
iiipalion, only Kg. 1 1 road men employed
rapid) on raar rln ur rounnd
houie, can not be accepted. Claim are
paid within ility daya anywhere in the
I '. S. Canada or Europe. Old reliabli
Inaurnucc C-jinpany. $100,000,110 uu
Stall. dealt aa a protection for I'olicy
Itulder and to guarantor) the payment
of clalma I"i furthor free infnrmaUon
lulilre iiietrive I!. Werner, oecrulary
hihI iii'iitirul Manager, llui lit, Ituffalo,
H. V. tair ago, eeg, occupation ami
no -till. ill Ihgpl. H. 17'.'.
We extend to all a special re
quest to call and examine our
NEW SPRING LINE OF GOODS
Dress goods, waists, dresses, skirts
new summer underwear in silk,
lisle, cambric in all styles, hosiery,
gloves, neckwear, new ribbons,
laces, embroideries, full line trim
ming, silks and buttons
BROWNS SATISFACTORY STORE
Quality Goods Only
Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera
Every family without excep
tion .should kop this preparation
at hand durinjr the hot weather
of the summer months. Cham
berlain's Chollc, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many
times ib cost when needed and
is almost certain to be Beaded
before the summer jh over. It
has no superior for the BQipoM
for which it is intended. Buy it
now. For sale by all dealers.
AT FACTORY PBICB8
SAVK IKDM 30 to SO I'KU CKNT
Md I 7.30
lOst 7. HO
MsIM id ho
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of the Board on any new or novel
policy until every section of the
county has been consulted, and
that when determination of the
Board is finally made it shall be
that of the Board; matters with
in the particular jurisdiction of
the County Judge will be expe
dited as intended by our laws.
Promising- the voters such an
administration as is above out
lined if I am elected I abide their
choice on the material issues
John R. Jenkins,
Democratic Nominee for County
Judge. (Paid Adv. )
Picture show tonight.
Christian Science services Sun
days 11 a m., Wednesdays at H
p m. Reading room open from 2
to 5 Wednesday and Saturday
afternoons. First door east of
stairway, Hissner Bldg. Cordia
invitation extended to all.
In Sheep Market
A despatch from Pendleton
says that there is considerable
activity in the Eastern Oregon
sheep market and the prices
continue Btrong. Within the
week McKay Bros, shipped li(MM)
yearlings from here to Seattle,
theBheepto be fed in transit
Bomewherein central Washing
ton. Five days ago Frye & Co.
of Seattle shipped out 20 loads of
Horses are worth more in this
county than they were ten years
ago. The prediction was freely
made that the universal use of
the automobile would effect the
horse market and consequently
have a depressing effect upon the
price. Such has not been the
case so far as this country is
concerned. There has been more
inquiry for horses in this country
the last few months than for
several years past. The price
is not quite bo good as it was two
years ago but the demand is
better if the demand can be de
termined by the number of buy
ers that have been in the field.
Chas. Parrish of Use recently
bought 1000 which were shipped
out and a number of smaller
bunches have been purchased.
Blue ML Eagle.
arid his brother
have returned from the railroad
with a load of freight for Burns
Clyde and Van B. Embree are
cutting wild hay on their ranches
and will have about seventy
acres of bunch grass and rye
grass to harvest.
Prof. Newell is teaching jn the
Dog Mountain district and has
a good school. Prof, Newell is
0M of the pioneer teachers of
Harney county and it seems like
old times to see him back in the
N. Henney has a good crop of
grain on his ranch this year
which goes to show what can be
done mostly on greese wood land
if a man keeps farming and
dtx;s not get discouraged.
The potatoes and other tender
garden truck were damaged by
the late frosts and coming out
aingni ana me potato crop in
Sunset will he a hummer this
Ernest Alton Shafer and Miss
Ermine Alice Owen, were marri
ed at Blue River Oregon June 10,
Mr. Shafer was raised in Harney
county and was county surveyor.
Several of the real estate men
of Burns have been in this local
ity lately looking over the coun
try. The drilling of the oil well
with bright prospects of its suc
cess makes the people here more
encourage to go ahead with the
improvement of their homes.
There never was better prospects
ror mis locality man mis year.
The rain has been plentiful when
needed to insure good crops and
the greatest regret is that we
haven't in more grain. The
real estate men and people look
ing for land all speak a
word for Sunset.
nay u1Krmr ' -nt i -iJ-T-ai
' VI J aafcyaaa-vi .e aT lrWaaU
Ail other aixee in itork. Nou Skid
lire U per cent additional, red tube!
ten per cent above the gray. All new.
clean, h-eah guaranteed Urea. Keel
lanilanl and independent makee. luy
direct from ui and vn money. 6 per
tlUcount if payment in full acoompaulei
iach order. C. O. I), on 10 per rent de
poit. Allowing eiaininallon
TIKK I -At TOHIKS SAI.KS CO.
A Dayton, Ohio
II. i.u.iori. I'r.,,,
Horsea Boarded by the
Pay, Week or Month
Good Feed and
Horace 25c per Head in Barn
Haled Hay and Grain for Kalr
Comfortable Camp Houne
With Cook Stove
Accural Hay and Slock Scales
I'rjee for weighing 20c.
Hi)ut Ham S., Hum.
OLLIE DARStV, Prap.
Comforts of Home
Clean Rooms and Beds
lest Table Service
GET READY FOR THE i
By coming in and looking
over my full line of
LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDRENS SHOE
I also have a new line ol
Percales. Flaxonm, Ginghams, Voiles, ctJ
Latest In Neckwear. Harrette, Side uij
Back Combs for Ladles. Just arrived, til
Latest in Tics, Collars, Suits, Caps, IlatiJ
Underwear and Shirts for Men.
SPECIAL CASH PRICE
On quantity orders for'
A. K. Richardson
Printed in accordance with legal
requiremtnto on thort notice at
TortoU Shell Auto Glaiica
NOTICK KOU PUBLICATION
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Nutler j! Iieraliyilveu Dial Milium I Ml
Muni,, of Ifliriia, lireauii. who, on July . w,
mail lloma.lvatl Kritry. No UKMA, for K'.HW.
anill.ol ri and 7. Ha. Hot, i. ruwB!bl. IM '
Kail,. M k. ttlllamnll,. Mnrlillall. I.n. I I
auilr of litti'iillou l maku final lit. wr
I roof, to uaialillnh . laltu loll,.- latnl iiu.t . .1.
nrlhvil. iMfim tin- it,.Kii..i an, I llccaltvr, at
Burin. irr i ihn l7,th tnv or Jul, nut
t'lalmaol na nidi at, im, tjaa
.Cl Hwe.lt. Karl n,.. Alio B II,
all MoKimii, all of Bora, Orogon
Wm I .mn taalitor,
The Burns Flour Milling Co.
Msnufsrturers of home products
HIGH GRADE FLOUR
"CREMO" THE FAMOUS BREAKFAST FOOD
Tho Cream of the Wheat, Fresh and Palatable
Bran and Other Rolled Mill Feeds
You Patronize Home when you deal here
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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land lHivi',latrliK).l, befor Haaili t..l H.
3l "i l" ""'"" '"l'"". "" K'lt .l,.y
laluatii naiiin a Itaamai
Krank Ht.alf. lion t, l.,i,, a It Han
urll li a Bvuuull, all of ttavt.rh tlr,Kon.
w. raaaa Si ilaMi
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ti i minor, ol lianio, Oral who, uubvull
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lion lo uiaka llnal thrt.f al uroal, to tatahllab
ttlaltii loth, latnl almvi' .l.-a. rl I..-I . I. .(,,,,. ,,.,.
rait a. Mutylh Jr. II H. founnlwl r, at hi.
oBlo, at Audruw. Orcifuu ,,n tl,, inibdavol
Jun. lull '
claimant uauu an wllnaiM
William tl. Milling,, anil 'I ho, una I in fit rruuu
both Of llrltlo, llti.goii Iriiiliirli I, I Ml, i, ,
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Wm. i ai.ii,. liofiiior.
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red lop Hay
Baled Hay For Sale
Free (amp House and Feeding Privily, s ,,, Corral
or Barn. Customers Care For Own Stock.
W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoining Fail (.rounds.
CLATSOP BEACH BEST
for FDN AND REST
TU. a Ba. ! ...
......,.. r ami h.Ura,i, braaa... th. .urf and warm .all
watar balhtng, will giva a new i.tt to Ufa.
' nd Ump Accommodations. Warm Sea
Water Natatorium at Seasida and Gearhart.
A DELIGHTFUL TRIP ALONG THE BEAUTIFUL COLUMBIA MVER
. .miiw KAIN9CARKY1N(; OBSERVATION PARLOR
CARS AND COMFORTABLE COACHES
SEASHORE SPECIAL S EVERY MORNING AND SATURDAY SPECIAL
r. m. rnuni ruKll.ANU TO CLATSOP BEACH RESORTS
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNIIKII HI A'l'KHl.AMl orrfci
Hill III, lliuaon, Inn. I ,, mn.
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f'laliuant naiQuaa wllinaia
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TICKBTB ULD DAILY
Practice. Par Ntoi,-
JBUM IS-Sa. Aalart M
ftta and Motoraoal Ract.
New Spring Goods
Have arrived and we ere now ready to
supply you with your requirements
Dress Goods. Wash Goods
Laces, Ribbons. Hosiery,
Gloves, Embroideries, etc.
CAUL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Store
Tickets and details furnished by agents
CENTRAL OREGON LINE i
J. H. CORBETT, Agent, Bend, Oregon
We do it right