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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1918)
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 19 IS
(Continued ftro iik one)
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i't wrrr llul'Ill him i iiurRni ccwv
,i, utile difficulty were orercome
! .,,rn Field a Button Was reach-
and Jack McCarthy mated tin-
, , h no was entrusted with the
. (it pnU ant for thi- Andrews
lUntr) w 1 1 1 1 1 1 m io uf nsnru on
return and th' party noon sailed
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III er I lie leniie ncc nwwww vni-
l with Us f'ii' roads on the lust
lii el the trip to Denlo which was
kched tliut evening and where a
(arty welcome uwuueu. i en
nice uiul supper was to come oft
nt night and the people came for
miy tulles to take part and add
L.r "bit" as It wus a lted Cross
riiciit The wriier lounu so many
lil time friends at Denlo that his
line was fully occupied In (reelings
litil the dunce started. There were
lany others to meet and at an oppor
int' time Mr. Jeau Hathrlck, chalr
lan of Hie Hed Cross Auxiliary at
vino, usked attention and lntrodnc-
ll the visitors who addressed the
leople briefly on their mission. After
,j. the dance was resumed and the
eople enjoyed a soetul afTatr such
I these people can. It was like a bin
Mnlly. Kverhody knew everybody
ltd the best of fellDC prevailed. It
::i inspiring to note the earnest in-
r, and concern or the people
the success, of the bin; war
:h! their sincere desire to help. The
, gnd chicken siipper resulted
inn ni 1186.60 for the ked
the tOtl expense was $1.70
t-ii though one of the musicians
illicit I. lillodeuu. came 37 miles to
0 In- part toward the success uf the
rtair The chicken supper was do-
tlted bj the people Of the vicinity
ml provisions were brouKht for
diet In the ladies who hud been
Isknl in contribute. Mr. and Mrs.
.lie UUlOn. .MI. anil nir.i. j. iiaiu
., k. Mr. and Mrs. Dell DefeubauKh.
III-.- Eunice fallow, who it teaching
igether with Mrs. Jess Alberson who
eneroosly gave her dining room
ml the hall was also donated by the
Llbersons, were among the active
lommlttee ill charge of the entertain-
int. There were other good help
H hut the writer did not get the
bstlow had churge of the floor and
anus of the committee. Kdw. J.
ut "pp" Into the crowd.
I be following duy the party re-
srned in Andrews where a meeting,
as held following a nice supper pre-
ired b) Mrs ;" A. Smyth ut the
; Hotel which they lire now
inducting themselYes. Following
tile meeting tjic bunch drove back
own to Fields a distance of 17 mil--.
in order to get thut far on the
mriii v the following day us Catlow
as the destination for noon with u
blcken dinner prepared and It
usn't the intention to be late. Mr.
knd Mrs Illalr took care of the party
n tbs night and gave them a good
breakfast before tearing the follow-
The Benson school house was
cached at 12: 20 and a fine crowd
;i- at lured there for a meeting of
Its North Callow Progressive Club
Qd dinner. The vlsltois were mude
eli 'Mice and Immediately the meet-
was called to order by the acting
In Ident, Mr. Kochensparger. After
lli'- minutes and routine work of the
I'lub bad been attended to the visi
tors were invited to address the
neeting and the purposes of the visit
(re briefly explained and while a
lafetera luncheon of chicken, salad.
iffee and ull kinds of good things
mii dished out the local people got
together and named the committee
This wus one of the big surprises-
is of the trip at the Benson school
louse; a more Intelligent gathering
!f fine men and women could not
found anywhere. The school
louse Is modern with late innova
tion.- in the line of heat and ventila
tion. And the Club, Its objects and
purposes was another revelation.
rids community Is given mention In
pother story uslde from this article.
Diamond was the next objective
coin! and !y coming down through
hi P Ranch and along the canal to
lie drain Camp the distance was
ihortened hy going through the
1 lid . although Donegal! earned his
lassage by opening gates. At Dla-
lond tbs party found most, comfort
bifl quarters at the Diamond Hotel
'hlcli i. conducted by Mr. and Mrs.
lias Moore. This Is a fine hotel
r the Interior and the ut comoda-
iire . vccplloniil, Here ci'Veral
cnnie ill and discussed Hie war met
lures mid a commit tee we i appoint
may readily understand thai tin 0
ed tO look after the urgent thlnijs.
The following morning the bunch
embarked for Narrows and tit noon
niel a number or people of Hint vici
nity and the Warm Springs section
and a strong committee appointed to
take care of that vicinity.
On the trip the members of the
party acted In every capacity within
their power. Consulted with people
not only along war measures but
ndlsed on Hed Cross, holped with
registering the Indies, talked com
munity Interests, schools, assisted In
making out Income tax returns, con
ferred with Interested parties on
food conservation and many other
things Of common and mutual Inter
est. The men are glad to have been
of service to their neighbors and lire
also glad of having the opportunity
to meet some of the blg-heiirled, loy
al eltll -us and find them true blue.
It was a mutter of favorable com
ment during the entire tour of the
hospitality shown and consideration
given the visitors and the earnest de
sire of all to help In the work of
winning the war lu any manner with
in their power.
The committees appointed In the
several communities are:
Denlo- -James Dillon, chairman;
Jean Hathrlck, J. K. Hounseville. M.
M. Doan, John Beatty.
Andrews Geo. A. Smyth, Jr.
chairman; Oliver McCarthy, Peter
Kgoscue. Prank Clerf, Solomon Al
berson. Catlow --Claud Solomon, chair
man; Hoy Klphart, Will Newton,
Cecil Huffman, Perry Lowe.
Diamond Mrs. Oeo. A. Smyth,
chairman, I). II. Smyth Jr. Marlon
Norton, B. B. Clark. J. H Jenkins.
Narrows und Warm Springs Joe
Morriii. chairman; B, J. Slzetnore.
Qeo, Cuwlfleld, Alva Springer, Harry
The organization for the county
so fur completed on the war me a
sures in addition to the foregoing
committees ure announced by Mana
ger DOW gan as follows;
Executive Committee C. P. Me
Kinney, chairman; Win. Purre.
James I, iiauit. Sam nfothershead,
('has. W. Kills.
Publicity Julian llyrd, chairman;
Hert Wheolon, C. A. llyrd. K L
lleede, Drewsey. (ieo. Carter. Crane.
Card Index W. W. Could, chair
man; Chester Dalton, John Caldwell.
P. T. Handall, W. Y. King.
Speakers and Kntertalners Er
nest Mustek, chairman; Drusa Dod
sou, Mr. Walker. Mrs. CiauU, Mrs.
The following chairmen have bee n
appointed for the respective districts
named und u permanent orguuizution
will be perfected lu those localities
P Hunch Mrs. Tom Allen.
Crane. Princeton, AndereOB, Vena-
tor Halph Weaver.
Silver Creek Jamss C. Cecil.
Law en Albert Swain.
Drewsey. Otis, Van Clarence
Harney Iru Muhon.
Bllrles Dave Craddook.
COMMIHSIONKHH KBCOftD ll
IN THE MATT ! It OP TDK BBLBC
TION Of A NSWfPAPBR FOB
ini: PUBLICATION OF THE
PKOCBBDINOI OF THB coun
ty COURT AND CLAIMS AH
PHOVIDLD HY LAW.
Now on this day this being the
time prescribed by law, for the sel
ection of u newspaper for the publi
cation of the proceedings of the
County Court, and claims, us provid
ed by law, Julian llyrd appearing und
presenting to the 'ouii a list of till
subscribers of his paper, to-wit:
"THB TIMIOS HKHALD" printed and
published by Julian Hyrd, In Burns,
Harney County, Oregon, and It ap
pearing to the Court by the suld list,
thill the said paper has the lurgt st
Circulation Ot any paper In this
IT is CONBIDBRBD, ORDBRBD
AND ADJUDQBD that the Time ,
lie raid has the largest Circulation in
this County and that the publication
of said proceedings and claims lie
and they are hereby awarded to the
said Julian llyrd, on behalf of the
Tlines-llersld. ' und the compensa
tion for such publication In said
newspaper, be, und the same Is here
by fixed at the sum of 2G cents per
STATIC OP OHKOON.
County of Harney.
1 Chester Dalton, County Clerk
and Clerk of the County Court of
the County and State aforesaid, do
hereby certify that the foregoing
copy of the selection of a newspaper
for the publication of the proceed
ings of the County Court and claims
as provided by law, for the year
11)16, has been by me compured with
the original, und thut It Is u correct
transcript therefrom, and of the
whole of Hitch original County Court
proceedings us the sumo uppcurs of
record at my office ami in my cut
tody. IN TKSTIMONY Wl I Pit HOP. I
have hereunto set my hand and el
fixed the seal of said Court tills
ISrd day f February, 11) 1 s.
By ROB BUCHANAN, Deputy.
COMMIMNIOiS'KIlM HKCOHH 11)17.
Had the County Court paid the
suiiie rate tor publication of the
schedule of expenditures: and delin
quent tux list In l'Jlti as they did lu
1017. The Times-Herald would huve
hud Just twice as much for the pub
lication In 1916.
IN TUP KATTBfl OF THB AP
I'ointmp.nt OF THB COUNTY
OFFICIAL NBWSPAPBB pop
MARNBY county, ORBOON,
Now nt this ting Hils mailer com
lug on for consideration and II up
peering to the Court that the Har
ney County Tribune filed Its list of
subscribers and showing thereby that
It had the largest circulation of any
newspaper lu Harney County and the
Court being advised by the District
Attorney that It was Incumbent and
compulsory under Section 2902, L.
O. L. for the said Court to designate
the said Harney County Tribune as
the official paper for the sulci 'Coun
ty and motion being made by it. L,
lluss thai '"id newspaper be appoint
cil us the official paper for the snld
County and It further appearing to
the Court thut the editor or the suld
Harney County Tribune was usked to
meet with the County Court for the
purpose of establishing the rate per
in. in- for the County printing; and
It further appearing to the Court
that the editor, being fully advised
and Informed that the said Court
had paid the sum of 25c a square of
ten lines, Informed the Court that he
would expect the statutory limit of
fiOc a square of ten Hues, and It be
ing compulsory upon the said Court
to designate the said Harney County
Tribune as the official Paper for
Harney County, Oregon, at a rate of
.Mil- per square of ten lines.
IT is THBRBFORB CON8IDKK
i:d. ORDBRBD AND AOJUDOBD
that the Haruey County Tribune be,
and It hereby Is designated as the
official paper for Harney County,
Oregon, and It Is further considered
und adjudged thut the sum of fide
per square of ten lines be paid to
the said Harney County Tribune as
the official paper for the County
BTATB op ORBOON,)
County f Harney,
I Chester Dalton. County Clerk
and Clerk of the County Court of
the County and Stule aforesaid, do
hereby certify that the foregoing
copy of the selection of u newspuper
i for the publication of the proceed-
I lugs of the County Court und claims
' us provided by law, for the year
I 1917. has been by me compared with
the original, und It Is u correct
j transcript therefrom, and of the
1 whole or such original County Court
proceedings as the same appears of
record ut my Office und In my cus
tody. IN TKSTIMONY WHBRBOF, I
huve hereunto set my hand and uf
fixed the seal of said Court this
ISrel Jay of Pcbruary. 1818.
Hy HOP BUCHANAN. Deputy.
The people of the Denlo seel Ion
are pleased with the prospect for n
Hire e times n uccli mall service ron-
niciiiig it with this portion of the
county. Advertisements are out for
bids for such a service from Crane.
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson came over
from Diamond yesterday In company
with 'Mr. and Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Pat
lerson was slightly hurt while corn
lug lu by being thrown forward when
the cur struck a chuck hole and
bruised her fuce somewhat but It Is
Iliiins defeated Hnrnev at n basket
ball game In this city Wednesday
James Muhon Informs the manag
er of this paper thai he had the plea
sure of a visit with John (Jib rent at
his home In California recently and
was delighted to find him ho well
situated and enjoying better health.
Mr. Qllcrest has a fine bearing vine
yard, a beautiful home and every
thing one might ask for comfort. He
has recently constructed a reservoir
on his land and Is devoting a portion
of the fertile soil to alfalfa.
FRANK A. BLUB PA8SKD A WAV
0. K Thompson Is in town today
If, S. Duvlcs enjoyed the P. P. P
W. H. Grant Is up from his ranch
Plder D. Quler Is a business visit
or to our city today.
J. M. McDade is up from his home
near Denlo on business,
Tom Allen was over from the P
Ranch to take part In the P. P. P.
A large number of people were up
from Crane to take part lu the P. P.
P. dance last night.
m. i). Fleming, Optometrist, win
be at the Hotel Levcim on Friday.
Saturday and Sunday, .Man ii 1, t, '
Mr. and MrB. Chas. Moore were
among those from a distance to be
present at the P. P. P. dance last
Frank Fowler, who resides on one
of the N. Brown & Son places near
town, donated two sacks of potatoes
to the Red Cross last night and at
the dance they were disposed of by
people taking chalices. Numbers
were sold at 10 cents each and
Morris Schwartz won one sack but
the writer did not leurn who held
the other lucky number. The pota
toes brought $13.06.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lampshlre and
Mrs. Mrs. Hoy Moullen and her little
sou arrived home last night. The
ladles had been absent since the fore
part of last month visiting with Ibeir
mother In Kugene und relatives and
friends In Portland. Mr. Lampshlre
had been down to Portland for u
couple of weeks taking In the auto
show. Hoy Moullen met I hem ut
Crane und brought them In.
The death or Prank A. Pills on lust
Uoaday afternoon brought relief to
I man who had suffered much for
years. He had been 111 for a long
time and his death was not unexpect
ed. Deceased was born Jan. 1. lltl
ut Madison, Wis. He grew to man
hood In that slate and wus married
In 1886, his wire dying In 18S9.
He followed farming for the curly
part of his life, later being u travel
Ing salesman for eight years. Four
teen years ugo he cume to Hums and
had since resided here, first engaged
III real estate but later taking up his
residence on bis ranch. Ills daugh
ter, Miss Peurl Kills, Joined him sev
eral years ugo und hud been his com
puuloii since except when eitguged In
teaching school. Hesldes this daugh
ter be Is survived by two sisters and
one brother, none of whom reside in
BecaUM of an expressed desire
upon his part to be laid to rest be
side his wife in Wisconsin, the fun
eral wus delayed pending the arrival
of a metal casket. The body will be
Interred temporarily In the 1. O. O.
P. cemetery here, the service being
conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock
by Harney Lodge No. 77, deceased
having been an Odd FellOW In good
standing, Rot. shields of the Pree-
bvierian church will usslst In the
Mr. Kills wus widely known in this
section and was a man of strict In
tegrity and an upright citizen. Ills
sorrowing daughter has the deep
j sympathy of many friends.
The following poem Is one writ
ten by Miss Pearl Kills:
No more suffering, no more pain
Struggle and turmoil ended;
Peacefully be fell asleep
Homeward his wuy he wended.
Oently we lay him to rest
Whispering, "Cod knoweth best."
The Hurney County High School
Hed Cross Auxiliary will give a mas
querade In this city on March 16.
W. T. LESTER
A. A. TRAUGOTT
Inland Empire Realty Co.
Building and Farm Loans Made Direct
Farms and Ranches
Fire Insurance Life insurance
Oflice Phone B-l IO
Hrsldcnt Phones G-&8 and G-48
Members Burns Commercial Club
DR. GRAY, Dental Specialist,
Now at Burns, Oregon,
Office at Parlor Burns Hotel
Dr. Gray Extracts Teeth Absolutely
A .specialty made of poreelaiu lilling and
porcelain and gold frown ami bridgework.
Prices are reasonable and till work abwolute
Dr. dray does not use cocaine or other local
anaesthesia) any of srhloh may poison the gums,
This Is an opportunity to have dental work
done by a xiieolalfsl without going to a citv.
Just arrived, in all the latest
colors. Call and see them.
Wool is still going, so you
had better come right away.
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
to Please You
WE NEVER allow anyone to
" give better service than we
give... Mighty few can touch us in
this respect... We want to KEEP fe
every one 01 our customers, hence
we give them service-together
with prices-that does keep them
...It's a great combination-goods,
prices and service-and it is so
satisfactory to our customers that
it keeps us moving all of the time
...But we're here to move.
A. Ottlnger, Proprietor, Nate Franklin, Mgr.
Bring That job to The iimet-Heiald Office