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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1918)
l.AY ll.XSKKT H.1U.
i; .- iii-i ggtns of basks! ball for
liis iiir win piayiMi nt I nun n mti
!.! nlghl bStWMtl it town ii'uin mill
In' IiIkIi hiIiooI (oiiiii. II was 11 kodiI
uiiio anil furnlslKMl (llvt'iKiini for n
arge number of people who tuke
,i. i- in.- In Hiu-li sports. It ws rather
hi.. i. i.ii as to tbe rHultw but this
bj the first experience for some of
he younger boys and they will give
I in'itiT account of themselves the
text time. The town team was made
ip of Home veterans who had played
The line up follews:
11 C 11 S Hurns
Fa J. liu inn iison
Km C. Pas
c c. roiajr
Q Kil (iooilniaii '
c n. HotehklHJ
Tho score was r4 to 1 1 In favor or
Ihe town team.
iircllnilnary Kami' between nilu
r ii ains preceded tbe regular Kami'.
onipoaed of public school boys und
, second team of the hlKh hcIiooI.
I'lic boys playlliK in this kuiiii' were:
i:roi k.;iu RKFOHTM
Oil. l U.S.
The Timet Herald Is Inl'oriuei by
pariics Interested tntt the easing naa
I n drawn from the oil well nl Hon
Moiinlain and Unit the men tire now
workliiK at Ihe cement, pieces of cast
ing and other foreign matter that
obstructed the hole to a depth of
300 or 400 feet below where the
casting reached. It is confidently be
lieved with good luck this will all
be cleaned up within a few days and
then It will be possible to pull the
drill that was lost In the bottom of
the hole some time ago. With this
removed It will be a matter of a
short time to sink the well lo a depth
that will tell the value of the oil
prosper! as experts are of the opinion
it will be found within a short depth
below the present bole.
U BUM To RBI TOM IttCOMH
Public School II. ('. II. s.
. ' Cowan Ks Iv Kggleston
T. Sprugue Fa H. Clark
w Welcome 0 it. Voegtty
l llibbard Gs It. llowtiu
M. Ulchardson ll.-t J. Cook
This game was called after 30
Iniiiutcs play and tho score stood :!
20 In favor of the public school
The boys expect to have more
anics during the next few weeks
iiii.l in fact hope to continue a ser
ies of contcMs during the reiiiulni:ig
Iniontlis oi I ne Hcuooi year.
h OOI'K.KATIVK titKAMKHY PAYS
The Junction City coopeatlve
reamery paid from ball a-cctit to a
ent-and-a-balf above Portland tio
i.itions lor butter tut through the to
ri Miir tndlM Ocl 20. It bus ills.)
paid off considerable part of stand
udebtedneai and bad none) on
iand for further Improvement, it Ii
one ol the u i eaaful cooperative
nstltutioni ol the State, i .
i Kxten in. i Now s.
LOCAL AND I'KltSOXAl,
l-'or Sib- I.V. aires of land ad-!
olnini the town of Crane. $2500. oo
lor tbe entire tract subject to mort
gage of $260.00, AIM acre tracts
within half mile of the depot 50.
per acre. lertns Jumes t ary,
i'or Bxcbange 320 a. res Inys to.
i alifornia, one-half mile to a small
'own. I mile to railroad Hair under
ultivatlon, fenced and crosH fenced,
.' barns, 1 small bouse 3 wells, 12
in flowing well, land nearly all level
part rolling sandy loam most of it
sub Irrigated to x ft to water. All
Hear of incumbrance. Price $ 1 1: r.
per ai re Will trade tor Harney Co
stoi k ram b. stock and Implements
and uill assume.
FRED K. CltAilTHKK
I. N. Hughet arrived in town to-
iay from his home near Warm
Bprlngl and report;, quite uu expi r
lence. lie wuh accompanied ly hit,
daughter, Miss Bather, and two sons.
Lewis ami Leo, and while coming
down the grade at the John Sevedge
place the car struck a stone thut had
roiled into the road und turned over
twice None of the occupants were
injured in the least but the car wus
somewhat damaged the wind shield
being broken, one wheel and the top.
An income tax Officer Of the Kov
eminent will he at the Court House
In this city from Juu. 25 to Feb. ii.
for the purpose of assisting ull who
may call upon him in filling out the
necessary forms covering their in
comes. This Is Important, as if one
falls to make return they subject
themselves to penalties and fine or
It Is to the interest of all concerned
The new Income tax law makes
many changes In the former law and
to have the forms properly filled out
and best advice given. The officer
will have an ample supply of forms
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wolter are In
the city from their home near Vug
onilre to consult a physician respect
ing Mr. Wolter's health, lit Informs
t lie writer b" Is not had off but
Is simply having a little trouble with
bis digestion which he hopes bis
doctor can correct and permit bis re
turning horns ami following bis usual
occupation, Mr, Woltsr has bosn
Industriously developing laud In thai
section for the past Mts rear under
adverse circumstance since ha bad to
drill 563 feel to get water, haul hl
machinery and provisions by team
for man) miles, etc. Ha baa i","
acres under cultivation and runs his
own threshing machine ami other
farm implements which show a
determination to win.
II. -I I I-., Hide Is ..--.
Mrs. Thomas H. Davis, Montgom
ery. Intl., ays that she had trouble
fwiMi tor bladdat anil had doctored
everal months without relief.
n Foley Kidney Fills wee recom
mended und she commenced using
in and got relief. They relieve
kaebs, rheumatic pains, stiff,!
alien Joints and kidney trouble
.1 by Heed Hros.
How to Cut Sypup
Bills in Half
Go to your grocer today and
buy a bottle pf Crescent Muple
ine With It. you will receive a
recipe for making syrup. Fol
low it make your syrup at hone
and realize a saving of :,u per
cent. No more effort Is required
for muklng the syrup than tor
brewing a pot of tea. And the
goodness, richness and paluta
bleness of the syrup, you'll find.
are unsurpassed by reudy-mudu
syrups which cost twice Its price.
A two-ounce bottle
of Muplelnc, suffl
flclent for muklng
two gallons of ht-
up, ran he had for
36c. Send 4 cents.
stamps, for the lar
ge Muplelnc Cook
Mfg. Co., Seattle,
The Syrup Maker
GO To iioihf to iumci MS n.Mi,- I'loMlF.lt Ittitilit HERB SUNDAY j COLD sAl- Of HiioitT DURATION
lto.il) CONTRACT on Kith.
Very Few People
!.... j.. .i.:.. . -.f ..ntiwlvr I lirniiih.
K'jvl an or uu 'try aiv.:ri,n .m m "'". ; -,
If I ,v ira abl i to writ i ;i fifty wrdad. that would
catch ao.l h-)U th attention of ninety per cent ol
the readers who glanced at it. I would not be toying
to make a livinj? in tho BraVff6 business.
If you have Rotten this far you may M well finish.
Your car may only need some slight adjustments
or it may need a thorough overhauling. At any.
rate vou can save time and money by having it
done NOW, while you. as well as ourselves, are
not very busy; also we can afford to do it much
cheaper thah later when we are rushed with spring
SEE U3 FOB il!AUANTKKI PRICKS
This also applies to broken farm machinery, and
oth r CMtini. We wt glai to Kiy you any in
f irmatlon you desire along those lines.
Jo hn McGuIre, Prop. HupmobUe Motor Car
Sam Mothersiiend, wim In one, of
the iii.n nelive In the rilllhond ev
teiiHlon BSttW and who Is one of the
committee on right of way. Informs
The TIiiioh Hornld that he has re
ceived word to come to Holse on next
Wednesday Jan. 16, to consult with
the men who are undertaking the
project. The contract recently out
lined by tbe city authorities here
and forwarded to Keeler llroa. at
Denver for drafting, has been made
up and suhmltted for consideration
by the Holse men. Next Wednesday
the contract will be signed If found
tigreeuble to both parties.
The following, taken from a recent
ksrae oi the Portland Journal, was
discussed with Mr. Mothorshsad und
lie expressed his heller Hint It would
not interfere In uny WSJ with the
project other than possibly delay it
und GAUSS considerable trouble and
explanation that might have been
avoided l not putting II up to the
Koveriiment until alter Hie negollii
lions were furl her along. The Jour
nal dispatch res ds:
Washington J miliary 8. Kdwurd
Chambers assistant director general
of railroads, asks Chamberlain lo
have the Hums Commercial Club
furnish details of a plan for u rail
road to connect with the O.-W. It. &
N. ut Crane, particularly a financial
plan, and uu estimate of Its benefits.
The club recently wired Chamberlain
uskiug consideration of the project.
Chamberlain says he will consider It
as soon us the details arrive.
I KDKIt.il, K.iltM LOAN TO
A telegram recently rerelveil by C
C. 1. uii.lv of this city says that up
propria! Ion1, have been made per
nit 1 1 ii k the lonllniioiiH operations or
the I'eileral Hank l.und Loans. It
Iiiih been reported that bSCBUSS or the
war condltloni it eras reared thi
brancb ol ssrrlcs would be dlspsn
ed wiiii However, tills telegram
Males thai nil loans will be conplel
ed as soon n approved und ths ni i
-an mortgage pspera prepared and
CARD Of TRANKB
Osorfs w. vVlsa died ui his home
in ur .'lelds Stntioli In the southern
pari of tbls COttnty on linl l'i -Iduv ,
Jan. 4 and the remains were brought
to this city for the funeral. The
body was accompunlcd over by mem
bers of the family and old tlmo
friends, the funeral service taking
place Sunday afternoon from the
Haptlsl church, Iter. W. L, Wilson
The cause of the desth was cancer
of the stomach and those who were
with him during his late Illness state
he suffered very much and lost
flesh until there was Utile left of
Ueorgo Walter Wise was born In
Clinton, Missouri and was til yeurs
old lit Hie time of his death, lie was
married on Nov. 22, I87fl and cunie
to California the following year
where lie remained for (wo and a half
years then moved to Oregon ami hud
since been u resident of the southern
part ol' the state. lie wus weHl
known In Klamalh, Lake und Har
ney county where he was re.ipeeted
by a wide circle of friends.
He Is survived by three sous and
three duughters, besides his wife.
The sons ure I'earl, Judd and llooz,
all of whom were present ut the fun
eral. Two daughters, Mrs. N. Curry,
and Mrs. Harvey I'ondexter were al
so present with the sorrowing
The writer had known Mr. Wise
for several years and also knows his
sous who are hard working young
men who have helped to tame this
big country since their childhood.
They have tho sympathy of many
friends In this vicinity as well as
their Immediate home
I'HKSHVTKItl AN III HI II
WestOll f. Shields, Pastor.
A change in the weather occurred
Wednesday night when the tfesroo-
DYSter went down some what und tho
road Iro.e up so thut traffic was DOS
slble for heavy loads. Thursday
thero was a cold wind and the people
of this section experienced Its first
taste of winter. On Thursday night
it moderated and rained with a light
anow fall In the mountains and tho
mud must be contended with again.
Notice Is hereby glvi ti thai lhel4
are sufficient funds on bund to pay
off all (ieiieral Fund warrants reg
Istered prior to Dei ember 20, 1917
and all KnM.it llounty warrants reg
Istered prior to September IS, 1917
Interest ceases on January IK, 191S
We will do your job printing.
W. T. UEHTKR
A. A. TRAUOOTT
Inland Empire Realty Co.
Ranch Loans Made Direct
Make application now
GENERAL LAND OFFICE PRACTICE
Barns. Oregon Crane, Oregon
BOOST FOR HARNEY COUNTY ALL THE TIME
Presetting el n a. m. Subject,
"The Brevity r Ufa "
Preaching at 7: IG P, II Bubjei t,
"Serviie Under Discouragement."
Bunds) Bchool ai 10 A. M. Bub
!' . "Jssui Begins Ills Work."
Christian Endsavor ol 8:0 P. M.
Subject, "Young christians Reach
Prayermeetlng ever) Thursda) at
7:30 P. m.
Tin- fntniiv of the late Osorgs W
Wis.- dSSlrS to thank the people of
this city und purtli iilurly the friends
und neighbors or their own home
section ror their kindness mid sym
pathy duriliK Hie reeenl Illness and
death or the husband und rather
The winter so rar has been the
mildest we have experienced In this
BOCtlOII sine.. hcKiiiiiiur, to keep a re
cord ot the weather. We have hud
warm spells hut the mild weather
has continued almost without a
breuk during the entire winter and
Fully appreciative of the part your
friendship and patronage has play
ed In our progress during the year
Just closing, we thank you. And we
extend to you and yours our sincere
well-wishes for a New Year of con
tinuous joy aud prosperity.
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
ALL MASONS AND THE GENERAL PUB
LIC ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
TO ATTEND THE
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL RALL
COUNCIL No. 8888, P.P.P.
Friday February Twenty-Second,
Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen
Boys Under Eighteen Years Not Allowed To Dance
TICKETS ai.OO No Formal Invitations Will Be Issued
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
FORD IS STILL MAKING CARS
Rumors to the contrary are untrue.
The ever increasing demand for Ford
Cars makes them hard to get.
Buyers of Ford Cars for the past year
have been compelled to wait their turn.
We are taking orders every day and if
you are wise you will see us at once about
No time to lose now if you are contem
plating the purchase of a car in the early
BURNS AND CRANE
A BIG CLEARANCE
Of all our
AT LESS THAN COST
We are going out of
these lines of goods
We are specializing in
Give us a call
A. Ottlnger, Proprietor, Nate Franklin, Mgr.
We do it right