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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1919)
Tin Tlinc-Hernld hoc
Igulnrh t' nun o liniuda fit IImc
pCr louuly than any other.
Tin) TlinojMlciVnM Is an old
. established frjoml of (ho pcofilo
if ilniiioy County Wlicro 1(. ha
Lu.ui.ii.iiHr. If you ultli to
ftneh (Ito people uso these, ml
boon ii weekly tailor for thirty
yearn. U'h Job department. Is
equipped In servo your need.
Iannis (or your advertisement.
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON JULY 5, VJID
-a ffl WWTO ntfvev. ..r m i m 4, av
ISSS WILLARD SHOWS
H!S YELLOW STREAK
0. A. V. liKKMNTri AMi
nt Pleasure of Ja k
in Brii 1 1 1 1 1 i a .i inni'A riitii niiiiisii
hrows up :Doncc in imra nouna. oav
Deoipsey Is Too Much
In hl. first real flKht since mooting
Jifk Joh"Min In l!M4, Jta Wlllnrd
satlo hlK tuatih against Jack Domp
yesterday n greater rinsco than
me iniamous jeiium-a-jonnnon name,
In n-hlch tho Mr (Hiiro won t hit bull
from tho broken ilown old wnrrlor.
Bat aportsnien tho country over con
ceded tho fait tliHt Jcffcrles tried,
hlle tin' tdoRrnphlc roporta of tho
trap yesterday show n wMu streak
of yellow In tho most recent erstwhile
iitpopiilur because of hla
r fusing to put on tin ox-
h with Dotnpsoy for the ,
lied Cross. Wlllanl ml- j p
n 'favor by his nrroguncoL i
A telegram received yoalor
day by Supt. Bhatliirk of tho
Kxporlmont Ktutloii minniiu
co that tin? committee of the
Hoard of llogontn of the Agri
cultural Collogc will vlult tho
million on July i t and in for
mi liiHiM'i'tlon of tho plnco.
President Kerr of I lit roUoR.i
and Coventor Oluotl will bo
uiombora of tho committee,
and Mr. Hhattuitk In ndvlsod
to provldo nlnu bods to aecom
odnto tho party.
m:v tiuciikkh ki.kctkd
in men school
Jul ' '
10 i: r
i- while training. Ito-
t ho "didn't need to train
, h LipRity." Ug consistently
. Job, with ho roault
,! knocked uud inauliMl
rP K nt tho plonHiiro of tho
art ir h mHiiian. until at tho itnd
of ihf h ir ' round IiIa kccouiIn throw
towel li rliiR In Indication that
fi wai ") much licked to rontluuo.
The ' ' mint told In tho Hpo
Ul I V 'llimtettoii rooluved by
I r.ild yotorday ttftor
v ":ird kworkt'd down
mil nlse wbtftt tho ldl
ee 1 111
TP r hi
uoana . iu rnioy onunwi vicioiim
iin r v ni.i inn wt 1 fin r 1111. ri 1 n.ui nil
. I il. .
11 inn 1111
j ma iiu ii mm II 1 ill ti in nvv '
WaicH that Mime ncrnp?
it 1 1-' 1.1 11 1 . m
4t)ltl),V VAU.KV IHFKINKXS
Ar ! tjowan wn up from
Maun IIUI 1 lit III lllll'illl I in." iihm:i
mi "i M r oiu-orH. .Mr. .Mouownn
f FMk t lilc li.rtk ! lint fill awMl
lit 11. r
' '1 v.
inM)!H brnuoli nt that
' .( tlin(r th bimiuotM
are working hnrmnu
iHitiarinont of tholr
'd imtWnctlnn In
" i J tnkliiR a grontor
- ' )iwmrc(iil.Ctiil) and
hipwl tlili iHtoriMit
i d thai tho oriianlza
fu.-nUk and co-opur-
' of Crane In fur
"rtrla that lit for tlm
i' .iMtwl that tho poo
. ;dodBd thttumulVOH
' iMi d J to build a Rood
it n-0 ft troronHW Hnr
' Or! oust of that town
' t 1 ho popl of Jor
1 a new Irrigation
' :t In. Till district
"jo acrc neoordliiR
.niil it requlroti many
'"inda of ainoiil and
'y oiuplat thu roagr
mi b aklppad to
poluU oil tlio
rullrotMl and alnco
"r Uuul for truokn,
OH go Into Jordan
crane. TlilH uioaiiH
"isineaa for that town
' ilorta to Houurw.
: - Juu TiO. Ht lila
MjriKiy, Kloyd Holly,
Mr. Holly bail boon.
11 uttaik of anpttiid
1 lobint man n ml lib
' 'ux to liU iiitQliy
I Ik' M lllu lllM WOfO
b (1. W. t'loven
1 f 'i hipmini Hi
moutliiR of tho IiIrIi kcIiooI board
wn hold In thin city on Inxt Wudnw
day nt which tlino action wna titknn
upon tlm roalRiiatlon of O. T. Btorll
na lirlitrlnal. .Mr. Siorll Ima Imh
ioetod to 11 riMponHlblo poKltlon )u
lh llPiiaon iMilyti'chnle acSimil of
ortUiml. which liidiruti that lila
blllty U npprui'latod. .Mrn. Italatou
haa also roalRund aa a lotielior na wall ,
an Ulmi HiikrIiim. tho lattar bnliiR
with tho (?hnutaiuiua at pruxunt.
C. K. JliiRhoa. of Ada. Ohio, waa
tonderod tho plaeo of prluclpnl. Mr.
IIUKhoM Im a brotbor to Huv. II. H.
HtiRhoa of tho I'renbytorlan rhurcb,
and ban bad charxo of a IiIrIi p1ioo!
In hla atntu for tbu paat ten year
with mivunteiin teachnra under liltn. I
II N woll reeonunonded for the ponl
tlou mid In ovhli'iitly (iiallflod to rill 1
It. Mbm lruur Mix tar baa haon olart
od aa totrltor of KiiRllab. Mlsa Mix-1
tor la a xrailuato of two unlvorallloa!
and baa hud ton yvara oxparlonrv In!
Lot un look nt the trallH that our fathom blnzod, .
Htnrdlly proaalnR on
In tho, valiant itiest for tho world of tho West
That Ilea In tho Hot o' tho miii.
Let iih look on tho truth that our fathom broiiRlit
And npnko onto you nod mo, .
WrotiRbt by their alroM from tho while, lajKli flroa
On tho forRON of llbnrly. ' '
Thin la tho trail and thla la tho Iriilli t
That romiiln for our eyea alway, 1 . '
ThotiRli falao tralla wind and IIiourIi hiViiiiro ll'Klita blind
To Rtildo ua at leiiRth natray;
TIioiirIi aophlHta apeak, In an alien tongue,
StraiiRo orders of other lands
Wo may seo nrlRbt by tho ateady Unlit
Of tho torch from our father's hamla.
CotneM, with his neck still aenrrod from tho yoke r
A prophet to you nod mo,
TeachliiR the way to frecdoni'a day f
To men who by birth aro frco7
Cornea there n slave, still red from tho knout '
Tho earliest worda to sow
Of freedom's creed, when our alroa Indeed,
llnvo known them from Iopr ago?
Who brltiKa it (into Unit ho loarniHl afar '
To plant In tho heart of ua;
And with Id I ml ed eye's half opeiiwl, cries:
"Look, you I TIn thus, and thtiiit'
Who brings Uie 'nigo of a benton serif''
Xow broko from bis galling bauds, .
With Jlro niid fnrc aa thw only cflurao ,
To frvodom ho uiideratauila7
Hut our good. ry alrtw am a 110 tig tl atlll,
Who luborml and minlo ua frot,
And Uialr apaerh la plain, to lh btihhlo -nln . ;
Of tho blind from over the ai.
Let ua look oiMlui truth that our fattigra brought
And apake unto you uud 1110.
drown atub ami clour In an hundred yenr
Th language of llborty. y
ANNUAL RE-UNION OF
Guests of City of Burns Meet on Court
VISITING ORDER OF DAY INSTEAD OF LONG PROGRAM '
Addrei of Welcome by Mayor Leonard Responded to by
George IVicUowan, "Daddy of Burns," in Remarkable
Summary of Pioneer History.
Tho annual reunion of thu Harney
County l'lonecr Association last
Thursday at tho court houso lawn
Ilaleii Anderson has boon Hlgga of tho Inter-Mountnln Tol. ft(
in Instruct In
Ultli). bhe la. a craduato of tlm IT
of 6. mid crime woll recommended.
Mr. Klolso Kodrlek will cotno to ua
agfiln nt tho head of tho commercial
department and Mra. Trlnka coiitln-
uea In her pordtlon In Kolencc mid Art.
The rimes'llernld la Informed by
Hcbool Hupt. Clark that so fur It hna
been Impossible to secure a manual
training teacher, but they may sno
red yet before tho opening of school.
However, leachora nro hard to find.
uii.i. i.mi-.m i iiii.Mj i u.-. irttMiiy closer to Han Francisco than
M'.t IIO.NS H) MUTII l.l thelrhwn dome people. This oxten
" alonSvlll meet with the approval of
rrimiiiMnt run hiiiiiii anil j. v. all.
History and j Tel. Co. were called to Crane nun dayj
nwniij- noere inej- HUM Willi It It HI- ,
nesa Jtion of that rlty to dlscnia th
poNslblllly of uxteiidlng tho Hues of
that company to a connection with
the Hue north from Wlnnemurca,
thus giving direct wlro service from
MINI. I.IIIHUTV I'ltTt'ltliS
A tnttfftlliiR rolllckliiR uoniedy feat
uring Kn Id llenuett at the Liberty
Theatre tomorrow, Hunday la
Dlt. KAI'K.MA.V OCCt'l'IKS
m:v ori'iCK itriun ;.
Naughty NaURhty!" a l'urmiiount
Ilurna to Denlo mill tho southern part I'l'uro written for Mlsa llenuett by
of this county. Thy found tho Crane C. Oardner Hulllvaii. Tho utorv la
Dr. J. Hholley Haurman moved Into
hut iimw olllrtt building thla week, up
on Ita completion at tho liauda of tho
ciirpflntera and flulHhera. The olllco
iu louiitoil near tho old quarters on
the I. II. Holland property.
Modariily equipped In every detail,
and furnished with the iHtoat eon-i
vunisiicea known to tho proMunt day'
practice of mvdlcluo. thu now quar
tern are ovldmieo of Or. fiaiiriiian's ,
falib In the progresN and dovolopniont
of Huriioy Cp 11 uty. Tho building eon-1
tains three largo rnoma, a laboratory
atid dark room, each oupeulally fitted I
for tliH purpoae for which It la Intend
ed. A hug room In the front of the
building la the reception room. Thla '
room la uo constructed that It can '
easily be eonvsrlod into Ad opernt-,
Opening from tho rsoepllou room, (
are two rooms for consultation and,
private olllcas. Tucked away In a,
corner of ouch of tlieau la a built-in 1
dust-proof cabinet for tho careful (
storing of luiiilorn surgical iiiatru-1
iilttnt. 'I'lieae rootna aro oneh eiUlp
pMl with tolephonus, lo snvo dulay in
cuaos of otnurgouey.
To tho rear of thoso la on one aide
a room uiiulppud for modern Inborn j
lory pur pones, ehomlcal work and j
mleroacoplenl examination, and on
thu othor sldo a apeclally built room
for oyo iud X-rny work. This Just.
riMHii will be usod pui'tlciilnrly lu tlisl
rofraetlon of eyea and fltllnu ofK
Klttfixufc, work which Or.. 8uur1ns.11.
aftT several ears oxperioHce, first j
(H I in thla country ua h partner of
pfopln wldo awake and ready Tor
thla Improvement. Crane asked what
they could do and what would bo ex
pected of them and upon being In
formed lay the telephone representa
tives the conditions upon which they
would extend the lino the people
promptly met these requirements and
now tho phone people nro gelling
I ...in.lt. ... !... .1... ..
vnwj in iiinnu 11111 uAiuiiniuii.
Thla baa long been desired, Hero
toforo It hna been almost Impossible
10 melt that portion of Harney conn- production; Hurl llodnoy, (ilorln Hope
ty by wfre from hero. They were and Andrew Arbuckle
that of a small town girl who visits
New York, romea back to her homo
town with tho firm Intention or
thoroly moilernUIng and melamor
phosltiK the old-rasliloiied iiialut
Picas or the natives especially her
rormor Hweothoarl, editor or tho local
newspaper. Miss llenuett la support
ed by a splendid cast. Including her
was not aa largo na in former yoara,
duo largely to tho fact that tho bay
log soason la much earlier than us
ual and tho further fnct that ninny
wore boro laat week attending tho
Chautauqua and could not neglect
their own affairs ncnln o soon to
return for tho reunion. However,
It wna 11 very satisfactory and enjoy
The registration shows who wore
present. The IiuhIiiom of tht Associ
ation waa disposed of rapidly and tho
balance of thu day devotod to soci
ability, Mir. Kunlce Thompson was on the
groumbi early ami began registering
the pioneers aa they arrlvod mid to
each waa given 11 handsome badge
which la to bo the ofbclal lualgnlu
of the Afloclatlon from this time on.
A committee waa appointed at the
provloua meeting to secure permanent
badges mid there were a atllllclent
number ordered to supply all tho
pioneers who had registered. Those
who were not at tho reunion Thurs
day may itcouro n badge by seeing or
writing tho'Hoerelary, 0. W. Young.
The colora designate the decado Iu
which tho wearer arrived in Harney
county: Itoyal purple la thu color for
those coming before 1880 and red
la the color for the 'SO'a.
I'lrulc Dinner 011 Uiueit.
In the absence of the preslilunt of
tho organisation (1. W. Young acted
aa master of cermonlea nt the request
of tho committee iu charge. At noon
a picnic dinner waa spread mid each
family placed their baskets on a big
table prepared by tho committee from '
the Comerclal Club and from which1
the plates were rilled. Tho grounda'
at Hie court house were Ideal for this
picnic dinner and the pioneers are'
certainly Rrnteful for the privilege or
Welcomed by Mayor
Following tho business session Muy
or C. H. Leonard cmne forward nnd
gavo tho pioneers a rormal welcomo
to the city. Ho said in tho course
of his remarks that it really did not
nppear neceasary that ho aa tho of
ficial head of tho city should extend
a welcomo lo tho pioneers na tho town
really beloiiRod to them In tho first
place mid bo appeared aa 11 younger
son welcoinliiR homo the parent. Thla
waa responded to by (Jeo. McOownu
on behalf of thu plonaera In 11 most
happy mnnnor. Mr. McOownn wna
tho rounder of Ilurna, and It was, In
deed, h pleasure for him to be proa-
ent mi this annual reunion or the
pioneers where bo met with many
of bla former frlouda. Mr. McQowan,
apoku or (he early struggled mid
hardships or the pioneers, thu fight
for a better condition for the prl-
vllegu oisecurliig homes lu thla Val
ley the fight to get Harney county
cut off from (Irani county, aeuuring
tho land district and tho location of
thu land olllco lu thla city, etc. Ills
entire address waa woll ehoxen mid
found a most attentive audience. Mr. .
McOownu said iu part::
"Not many of my old pioneer as
sociates of ItO or 40 years ngo nru
hero. Home nro nw,iy iu other landa
many have crimed the (treat Divided
"Thorn la a chungeyog, mimy
Voices and footsteps uml all things
(Jono nro the heads of the silvery hair
And the young who aro there have 11
brow or caro;
Naught looka the same, save the sky.
uud the nlr."
"There hnvo been many uhance
durliiR my 29 year's absence, but
cbangCH and Improvements nru lu
proportion to that lire Riving Huld
water. Where thla supply Is abund
ant there la wealth mid beauty. Out
III Hill lilirhxr ri.i'lm u-lior.. il.lu unit.
holding tholr meeting there and also .... u .,.',
expressed their appreciation of ' tho. ,,,, hn)10t( ntprtton(llK
thoughtful treatment accorded them
appointed hopesbroken rortunos.
. y..u..K.-,p Jl.,r. Mnrjrl J)n.i.,.l. who i;',V "'" ""Ti ';,;"r","il,1i No ul,l.r .lnM l IHo
GOT HIS PLACE IN THE SUN
'", ' lK-'i,Ir. Carl Ortffllb. but wltboul
i.iu body win lull (-auiffpiotit that be now uoiia'HHis.
1 vived by 1
.1 . 'I V, c.n
' v- 'Mi t. -iJdfs
ru !'l e ; ,muii
' 'I 11. .nn. Tlm i
K'.od c'lieii j
Ti. liiiiliiln hi mo .1 pI'msliiK in
' 1 ). thl'oiij'huljl ui'il 1 1 Hi.
... . "T 11 !' I . .!au uii-l C;.-i;i '.
!' ' 1 ' ' : 1 1 iluiji" IIt Jiu.---lor
h-'t.i i"i. 1 iii,)M.iff uml pui'tTin:;
C. U. .'.Id .wiu.'ll
j Thurdny from Holse
I 1( ii 0J1 ijUi.iiio...:.
where be Jiad
- . . k V In.' A
.r x .v . ' v
only did thla committee lake all Him
Jurdoii of serving tho giumta but
they furnished a quaiitliy of briaul,
some boiled hnniH, coffee, eream,
plcklua. chebso. fruit, etc. This addi
tion to tho bountiful basketa brought
to tlm grounds by tho plouoera made
u regular fiHial. After tho ploneora
bail boon aorved n bordo or Indians.
among whom wore mnnv who hud
emtio to Harnoy county many years
provloua to any wbllo purxou proseul,
wore given what wna Ion and thoy
Mr. Young called tho mestlug to
order luimodlatoly following tho din".
nor nnd the following olllcura we.ro
elected: I'resldout. Mra. Iono Whit
ing; vIck president, li. O. linker;
suorolnry, (loo. W. Young; tnmsuror.
h, M. Ilrown.
Tho tlmu of holding thu next an
nual mooting was tlmn dUuuased and
nftor llstuniug to tho auggiUHllona or
Hovural proHunt a motion wim made
to make a permaiiont dato for holding
tho rounloitH pjul the timo bo tho
third Hatilrday In Soptoniher. This
waa voted down aa many conalilerod
it not. tho time wboii moat of tho
plquuura could come. Tho dato waa
filially sot ror tjio aecond Saturday In
.Tuna. Tjbls gly he plouuuro n day
of t heir own wvUh mJHiIuiff Io,oJf u
public lmlurii Iq lulorforo mid when
j tlii' 1 itinens of Burns may devote
Uhuir mil ire pud nmilvldcd attention
(0 i.nUJ'lalilipK the old tlllHT.i.
A coimaitAte coiisiHt Iiir of (5eo. W.
'iiiu',. M. II. ilr. i.lon ;iud .Mim.
iVlinUelt Ucfld Vli.i ;u!i' Ir.l to nia...
..iTungtMiientP for the u.i.u lueeliioi.
hlimi'i I. wlii uud Julian Hl't Were
Mppo;it I a cpittlfl'Ittee td draft and
mi Inn it I'uitablo resolutiona unou the
.le.it b of pioneers who h:r.e puu'd
town dm lug the car just cloned.
"Old tbiuga hnvo passod away aud
all things have become new" In and
Around Iluriis. lint this Is only what
one vould oxtiert muslUeriug Ute
quality of the men who first settled
lu Ibis couutry. Thoy were of th .
best blood or the land. It waa tin
plnco for clialrwarmers or aleokore.
Of tlm various waves of Immigrants
only the choicest stood tho atrtilu.
A airting process went 011, thu obnff
was blown awny. tho grain remained.
"It was 110 Joke establishing a home
lu thla wlldoruosa itO or -10 years ago,
All tho powers or nature aud art
Mcomed combined nguiual tho sottlor.
Ho was tin tin welcomo guont. There
wore uo schools or- churches, no
buildliiR materials, uonu or tbu nooua
Horles of civilisation. Aud our own
Stale of Oregon whoas duty it wae
to foster settlement, had alrondy
Ulven away half of the domain to
build 11 road that never wau built.
Next hIio entered into collusion with
speculator permitting thorn to eloud
tho tltlou or the remainder. Thla
entailed on tho settler many JournoyH
aoroSH tho doaurt to tho laud olhco
1HQ mtloa dlHtnnt. TIiIh la not all.
Kvory 10 and 30 section wisely laid
asldo'for the education of (Mir child
ren was sold to lutoroatu hostile to
Kattlemuut for $1.25 per acre. These
hinds, many of them could, ltnya bjaou
Bold nt tho tlmo for from $10 to $20.
N'o'wouder our school Uvxes ore high
How tits transfer wna nooompllsliod
in a mailer of record and Ml effort In
liuliiK nmde to n-(mr uetliii.g for
t ar hihool ihildin' ".l what vim
I'ii- Fcder.tl iiivii.i'. n: lolll!" IlK
ihi-, time? Well, '..-!..',. oil V : ' .l
UiiiK dhdiuue from here, lmpi.-i :
for tl saltier but easy of lite 1,1
the millionaire. Connou.ii'". ".. tli
! land olllco mciimbenta wore m noii.t
(Contiutied ua paer ')