V) A 1 IT V UulyO' fiHffell Tie e piii ' . ....... . , fw-Uwjatf. Tho American tiCKlou' tiolM , Tlio prosperity of ifanwnr Valley Uepoiid 011 inritfv4itt t every M'iyiji nihil. Every W' tiro man imhhIh U'lus AwoHcmv ,. ,. Legion, .foln Harriett Comity T" , r,t Vtimbcr Hlxty-Thrre NOW. , YtV VIIM3 "3 IWV' JOR lllJ KKMn Hon of ilio district f tfWh ruary JO. Director. smX emw mlKHloitprx ulllbo nomfrl .Wfc , It mas nKMitlnar'Jauiirtrr XT. Write the. rMH-'rcinry at uurnH.v , p, (). llox SW1. '' " , VOL. XXXIH BUHNS, HARNEY COUNTY; OREGON JANUARY 31, 1920 NO. I FLU SITUATION WELL IN HAND LOCAL OPINION HE'S BIT ANOTHER THINK COMING Nominate Irrigation District Directors i.. ..i ....... , .... . 4 TTV ' 'WHEW'! ' , SJ' names ui xseii, namey, ana juage Thompson on Ballot. FIVE ADVISORS WILL ALSO BE CHOSEN AT ELECTION Tuesday Mass Meeting at Burns Commercial CluW Fwfther Perfects Organization; Additional Name May Placed on Ballot on Petition of Ten or More Landowners.1 most Important move tbward devel optaent, started and should have the unanimous support o( the land own- 'ors directly interested, and' the mor al support of every public Spirited Individual In Harney'county. "'O- NEW .lttM TAKK8 jttVJKIl ' WltAY'M AUTO KtAUK LINK (Contributed) The machinery of the llnrnoy Val ley Irrigation Dtatrlct, comprising almost 100.00P acres, has been run ning very smoothly. Last Tuuaday afternoon, subject to a call of land owners In the district nnd to nu-8t tho kinks or tbu irrigation 1hv of Ore gon, n li'.rgc- crowd assembled at the Uurns Commercial club room to fur ther porfect tho organization. J. W. ill...... ..ultrw. ln ninntlni' In npilur anil upon motion was made chairman of V. P. Wrny tame over trom nond . - t I a I i . . a, a.- a a-v the meeting; County AMCttar Jonn,uus wees: accompanied ny ji. . Caldwell was chosen sccrotary. Schanno, Wesley Hill and 0. fl, Peter- After Chairman Illggs hnil fully on. TIiobo three men have recently explained tho objoct of tho meotliiK purchased the Wrny AUt6 StaRe and Secretary Caldwell failed the roll equipment and are maklnc prepare of those who had Blsned tho petition atlonB to conduct It during t)y rem and a number of tho landowner of Inn awn. The trip over 'at thla tho district who had not alined the tlmo wai for the purpose of kcuAlalnl potltlon had enrolled, those preseHt'lntc the, nuelven with the torrltory and proceeded to nolect nomlnecH for the metlnic, the buHiiew men of lluniH, three directors to be elected at the All three of then Kontleroen are election advertised for February 10. 1 experienced automobile" men and two Upon unanimous voto the follow- of them have had provlotu experience hiB gentlemen woro placed In noml- l coHducthifct auto atage lines. They nation: A It, Olren, local maunger or will devpte their peraonal attotitlon tho Pucllle Llvo Stock Company; to five, hutilnew and state It Is their William llanley, of the William Han- jOMl .tytentleH )p continue tho ley Company, of IluniH, and Judgo WfUl. t,,Rt Mr WrHy (Iraul Thompson, of Lawen. It wiwjws K'TWVlji Mist. They have the opinion expressed that thwe men hovh their flplllea Into lloud and woro eminently fitted to carry tho will make tha town their headrjuar matter through to a successful Issuo '"'"j; . . . . as they are men of large affairs, hav- INnd-Burga Auto Stage Mne Ing the Interest of Harney county at i will UjgJM "4r which the heart. I new "wljl operate a successors Kor the flv irotMl vhKir..la.1 wfy' Awt? ?Z Tk9r hew tho directorate u nUmWbr of mm rlt the s-wwrt of the people of were presented for semination and 'Is cewwHlty aad no Jongaa they all will be place VfHin.the lkt for 5lr , "alflt.?,1 tho consideration -vif 'lhe vatem. but " hfdle they ar entitled to .'for becoming lirlph'KN mh1 pcriHnucnt. kUKW lnll IK Aril T. Uy bedridden In $100 as amended. LAWPR0VISI0N the ImpalrmentH niontoned In (b) shall be deenit'd to bo total, perma nent itlsablllty. I In addition the new law provides that oompensauou ror tlio Ionh or one fiWVi wad onvi hand, or onn foot and CLAUDE BRITT1NGHAM DIES AT MERIDIAN, IDA. Mrs. A. Dunn and her son, C. A. llrlttlngham, were called to Valo laHt List of Beneficiaries Covers tho nktfit of m rye, or onn hand nnd ,iweek tuHttond the funeral of Claude mo nwn or ono eye, mum uo iuu. Bt urlttlngham, son nnd brother, re- (c) The new law provldos for npectlvely, who had died from heart double total, iHTwanent dlsalilllty trouble. Deceased formerly resided ine raie or compensnuou snail nn ;in this dty and was fjulto woll known Broader Range. MSAEIL1TY COMPENSATION INCREASED fotUlkvuts at Optiei sf Usml, Ret1 Crsts (NrWs AmI. to tho older population. Later he went oyer to tjio Drowsey neighbor hood where ho watt married to a sister of Albert and Will Altnow In $200. Tlui compensation rights aro entire ly separate from Insurance rlghtn and It Is not essential that a man bn USWaiCe mij le faM IHLMI otSl ST tlon. Howover, an Insured man whoto vale whore they lived until recent- by any causa becomes totally ami -y w!lon no jm,i ,0ught a farm over permanently disabled Is In addition 'Mt wilder, Idaho. Accordng to In to any rlghtn he may have under com- iformatlon given this paper deceased pensatiqu regulations untitled to tli retired the night before his do- Through tho efforts of the Araerl- mlsh In apparent good health, and during tho night wan taken with a coughing spell which was followed that support. Mr. Wray establkriied the line In a hi i j Insurance payments as hln bun- eflclarkif would he In case of his death. TBe HOmO HerVICO SeCllOn Of tlie nnn Uv UU lalli lllu mnll..r unit can Legion h, new bill relative to war I Tar Hey, County Chapter American brother returned homo the fore part risk insurance anil compensation ror "wi wtwis, wim giauiy assist ex-sor- 0f tits week. service men uiwtoien uunng or an a tv "T1 kowiikjh- 0 rMtiU of ' fr'vir In tli late war has Mtleitnd Itrsurnnce Tghtsv Secret fm cengreM nnd became effective tary DeH Mi TaylWftM htnatMtv ef I CLii.L lfnM DMember 34th. 1819. Under the all necessary; application fornw nnd sMMllkA. niHC LVGM maHaJana nt fLU BBlaniiaiHU t' to the till In keenlltK lit eORStant toUCh With War Risk Insurance Act the jut or ur k iwurance omciais. eligible beneflclnrkM that may "'be 1 Hawed by the insured bns:fln;great 1S13 aiMiilt neeri giving ftw-vlr,y br0MdMHH ko that a serrlce mfM Kmm RyMtfi 1M Sfti every season since under his dlrec- i- ..i n M,natatiB kia inanr: mwm invtrti mi uwm A: tlon. It is the meet convenient and . direct route of travel to and from the relative by blood, marrUgo or adopftl' KHlTI iTMI Calif( western part of the atale and Is ven't(on or tuy ona who jIHH Btood In tho nM"" v"' prttierreo y wany wno nwiiru to Kw, ruHtlon of a parent to the Insured for i 8npt. Shattuck of the .Experiment SteUoh 'sotuls greeting to this olllco force from Wnshlncton, I). C, a here v . . ... .. . Hon llrownand hlssonNaihan arW10 am omuuuck wero gom to only fivo ere to. do i?ec4. - TSje fl lowing were propoel:,C T. Miller, Tel Hayes, V. Mce. Dr. U'U Ilrb bard, J. T. Daker, I. O. Smith, ,F. T. Matney, Sam Mothershead, J. C. Wel come. Any Ave of the men named would glvo the district efficient ser vlcij and bo of great aiwlstanco to the directors In considering the project. These rivo not provided for by law Ionization has planned till ns ii is in lj in lit in u ii lii mau ini k vsjvi. deliberations of tho directors. r.y,way f. "8. ,OV.e.!L. .. "I,,,i,,u 1,1 R ,UIDl, "uw or 1,1 Ilrown of tho Harney County Nation-the route As an additional precaution and to,"' "r , ' " .T.! ...fJ n,ent ttt Poetically any rate wnicii u iluilK (l HiBO w. K. Huston, who Wyoming. le msureu rnqweaimi. waa in charge of tho N. Ilrown Moon In Vo a no f ct i nn wf aw ' niiiiH Hiiirii wiirii iiiiim viiiiniH ni iii- porary ami permanent loiai nisaiim- nuoata at the same time, they deold Aaa aaa mm . mm l tr i aa mm w n aa aiaai a l nill l r nil - a . - - . , the affairs or V ,i.BT h, X ;. IR Per,0,, or onM year or morM .l',or . "v"1 'r trom Berkeley,, California lond tho month of January. Hu advisors are out of Por tland. by- t tlme of enlistment, or to their lawful yesterday. They had , not content- writes thev bad a verv .,i....tt trio but the or.t"Vori ... VT" IHtilra. Furthermore at the request plated returning to this oily until tho ' . ,..:.' A " ... .7 h addition- penoi oi me. yar yriiBii inn ru.. of tne ,Burei ,myment or insurance close of tho school year but upon be-!.. . "v.m. suiieiiuie is khiiv iiii u vnjuyn m. kuuu tn hnnuilnlarv at iluulli niav now bu i... inn.......i i... ...i... .i.... r u I no onHflrveti a IUCK () snow ail II 10 II ir ' " ilia, iiiiui i iimi is v n ii ri i iiml a ieii l jh . i Prices Are RetstuUe Outside' Medical. Aetata ace Arrives ioo new Cases in ieec further follow 'tho provisions of tho 0UH.","'. ... i . ..I J .Ve Insured irrigation law. a petition ban been ' ' f f S prepared with the signature of more b,f kf Ytl!Jnn IS iLn tul Jh! than ten of tho land owners which I. aarvS i 2 wSl died with the county clerk M-klnK?!," that the names proposed at the mass,"" 1"J 2 ".hi. t... ..t a.AH U Karaite Attorneys present stated that ad- V"' h : - . MM)n. iinmii nf.m mirtit hn tha nronof iwnd, Uking eut a inwr itrsi paseen- through drcgon, Idaho and Scarcely any muow was Nebraska where they Vero en- Hospital Supplies Wired fer Last Week Received; Arc . Fortunate in Havis A. R. C. Chapter. Although over ono hrnidnsA iwarV canes of Influenza wore repBtMi dar-N Jng th week. It la the conptf wwii C local opinion that. the KitMjtfJani Bn well In hand. Tho arrival C jmUK tlonal medical assistance- from fat outsido, together with, the mrt.ltlmg efforts of local people, la lnrm4y je sponslblo for getting the dtummn wi der control. Dr. Q. O. Carl, of John IUbx. -"arlrv by the way, was at ono tlaw? , tlctng physician of this city- mm4 many friends here, uuswunnf this mona of Dr. 11. F. Smith to comv. ttver nnd nsfllst In caring for patnmte. 1st W. Klk and his wlfo, who In endue nurse, nnd Miss Decker. ucMtUwr trained nurse form tho Red Crewe have also nrrlvcd to augnitnit thv&t fenslonal forco combatttnr: tfet tM caso. A second cmergoncy hospffJ mis opened during tho week ut tJw? tlst church parsonage, bur wm -imkmI only a few days. Several of iha aw vnloMceut patlontn at the. I'rrvbjaec iaii church hospital were nbfo 1a bo moved out, nid Jie one vtftca warn round adequate to care roc Ia itv (lontM presented. A more restricted nuarautrrn Tng: iilatlnu wan Issued by thu Itriatru Health, but tho dlseaso In no -arMe-spread It will likely have Mifo cC fect. CltltonH seem dluposerf tn e onerato with the auUiorllfcH in rvwr way possible that will agist Im brkic rellef. Hospital supplies wired ror mat. week have been received nsMC miM tloual Iffids have been equippvaUMIi- er ueroAsary materials have Itnm tiiT- BUhed for the comfort or pmwsvsIa. Dr. W. f:ik, who hacf bfr afcMv erlng a series of leetnrev oiv iutmrnn z. nt fhe college In Caltfwef ysa, hn learned of the epidemic ftrvt-MBM active with the government. Jm batting thu disease In northern fUli fornla last year. Tho docrwr jVn took a rromlmnt 'part lir tlh- fJht'.tis Loan driven during tho eairifrnfpaa. He saw seivlce in the- nnry furifr the recent war, as well hit fycft4f and wears a button proclnnufrrn wewt berhlp In thu American Legfo;. It Is Indeed fortuuatu that UumX peoiile Insisted on keeping fi ttni KanUatiou of the Hod Cimwc. us St Is the means by which tho work aared In tlireshlni! wlui.t mid hui ty has been greatly .Increased and a ed to come up and take a hand In tho voting corn. John Martin, formor ?Jr? e,,tTS f,, 1?. 172 nnmiurlmn nt (hn rnrni.il rata w lh it i. - t Lrf ...i........ ... ... ... . . rorWUrd. TIlO continuation IM ............. ...... UHOlr,UM lt IL nutreoai j. i nvy inuiuriiueuuuill Hi lliu HinilOII lioru, "Pnimtv f'liuiil.ip minnu aiutimwl I1MH '1 . nt. ..... ..1... . I . I . I tl . . . . dltlonul names might be thns propos ed and placed on the ballot by pe tition or ten or more land owners and also that a voter had the privi lege ot writing in the name of any On account of the prevalenee of.euw v,,eJr Influenza t was feared the warm -mewl-1 ' Ing would not bring out a sufficient Mr. .and Mr a. A. O,. Welcome ar number of land owners, but more rived home tho first df this' week from gers Comity Commissioners Hass and McKinnou, and Miss Eugenia Hlb brd,;the hitter going out for a visit ft a few weeka with relatives nnd rrlenoa in rortiana ana tne wiuam- the present amounts allowed is given will remain tor, an Induflnlte time nrt,i th flhnt'm-n ...... .ri iTJ ... . ara " ,tAhy 1 h"e' " Nftt.hit their destination and aided them itn iiioi nu. nayii u huh uroaen lino nis sonooi'ln aecurlnar rnmfnrlnhln nnnpti.ru fnp aoriv vrantiui . 1111(1111. thu War . .n. i " Be-uring comioruioio quartern tor formerly grant . under the War yettr to ,uch m kxi6ttl that he wll ' - stay In the ell? aSaUutTfc m BUli lauuMuiKo Art anil tlin last hv .., . ..:. i,.,M3,r ." e cuy, cinuiiucK saj 8 rnTnew lawi ' 'neU .r? Therfh nJ'law'o" W,f8 "r C,,d, 0 X" 'ort.bl, domicilii 'JrtJ;: X cSSo! ! vartoS nerJW!...l8A - ...... ,llJ "!,lJf ,l,ll,l wm ot commodities Durnn Is quite reason- wiiii wiim uul ii u LHiiiit eiiii ssitv rMinrn nniii vnnaiinr nniu i than 25 nnnwered to roll call. From their vacation trip to QUffhlp points, dron, $75: $100, . a a ..,Aal.hMt,. nl.lMl. lf I It XLtlttt "With wife and ono child, $55; $95,1 With wife and two children, $C5; $100. With who and three -or more cnu- expressions heard slnco It annoarn Al took sick on their wAy home which . tho nomimtlonn mudo meet wth gen- dolayod thorn In Portland fpr a short $00, eral approval of thone who were tin- tlmo but ho In about sully recovered able to bo present. and botli are again at invir- runpecuve i Interest In tlila organization should postH or duty nt the f irst National With no wire but ono child, $40; able In prices. Ho writes wo should congratulate ourselves upon being ..hi... si. . . MRS. DORA OLIVE (MIJ)IN'"" .iwKr" plnce.i a Died Friday mornlhg, Jantmry 30,iwon,0 of tlro country. They With no wife but two children, $50 ut t,lu Klreovwl hospital. Dora Coul- U.0"'?. hr0 ?f tho 00 ,a"uh Willi no who out iwo oiiiiureii, uv , ln( wJfo of JjMry Qmm of tliaVUIIsu Hanley company for with no wlro but three children. $(10 s,rrt' Moulclln was rttrickeu everal yea'-'i, whore Mrs. (Jouhlln Willi HO WHO oiu inruo miiiuiuh, l"V, ,,,., . ,, .... , Iwaa nurflmiluHv I low llmu.. with not bo allowed to lag an it in tho Dank. OMAHAN SETS RECORD) WITH FOR Hftfr V.tra atom ;.:v:iH f'''flBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB &iWmWmm J-Xj-MLw J ' Mi 'mim $100. With no wife but four children, (Under the new law there In an allow with lumioiiza lust weoK and wan taken to the Flreoved hospital, hi she wan soon to become u mother. ance to a man temporarily totally Tu0B,,,fty morning Hhe gave birth disabled, and with no wife living, of I o twin balden, a boy nnd a girl, the 5 additional for each child In ex- lr MuK ttt K,.rth' Tl, " .1 ana r It nai mt a am a1 a anltlMa, mu a. cesf of onewithout limit as to s".'"a number) $60; 115. Bxtra allowance for dependent mother or dependent father or bo th, $10 each; same, Under the War Klsk insuranceiAct the name scale applied for total and permanent disability as for temporary total disability. A distinction Ii made between the two in the noW law. Under the latter thu compensa well until just oftm the birth of the babies, when she took a turn for the worse, developing' pneumonia, frem which she died at three e'clock Fri day morning, The funeral waa held thin afternoon, Interment belug made in the Hums cemetery. Mrs, Oouldln waa the daughter of Oeorge MucLaren and was horn in Jackson county on March 19, 1888, She moved with her parents to this tlon monthly for total and permanent?"8' wim ner parenis to mis fiiHutiiiltv in lioo Section In 1898, and was married to Note: (a) Under the new amend, "w JV.ary 8, 18Q. mailt if the disabled porson Is m?" 'r ' w "H ' helplesn an to be In, constant need of it ohjldwn, I lllle, aged IS; W It- nurse or attendant, an additions! uN jUe. Aged 11, and George, the survlv iu,a..n . nrnvbin.i. iii th..' ,iiH(.p. iK twin bom Tuesday mornlnr; . . . . .. .....i.AUari iiv n n. "nimlirner." ft 000-nound boar . "Ul", !" " r; LonerS'of Omaha, nX tor ?30,OoUtho jfl gost a iinir. Mr. Lonergnn liuH Insured "DculK.ner fpr tijrtt Wir0' itcduclng it to n housewlfo'u vlewpolntthnt or pwroiiiiBo io v mi ItOI UC UK H 10 I1UUBUWUUJJ vv" ' . n it Wne Designer" would hnvo to bring some fancy prices to j y out. 1'or instance. 10 a jjourtd fpr ham, $8.75 per pound for loins, eldq poilc and $7.00 a pound for, shonldor, ' V; y ' ' : 1 .i. , . " tlon or tho Director, not exceeding . ' cireuniHiances HHrnH iaing 2Qf 'the death of Mrrf. (louldlii were vary llnliip tlw. Vt'nt IHuli liiuiirniiiMi Aitt 'will, a Iter husband wuu down with Hw Humn provision was uffoctlvoj. ,!x-("1,,,zwI , t,'u emersoiicy Iilltnl copt Mint u man rocolving $100 per 'ul lm 1UV. (,,uiB,,tl?r w'18, ,m fron 'month (ns outlined In (b) boloW)i ,1,HB""?; I,or 'other nnd 'could not bo given an uddltoiiul al-j0"0 hrotlior. Will, eurnn pvor from low nido Juutura to attoiul the funoral. JJo.th (1) Hoth under-tho w, u. I, Ant i " uvvvmu . ihh.ij was particularly liked by those with whom she came in contact. Kffortft to secure a coamuauRr nurse, If only for a period of itsmtx atratlon, must bo renoweiU o Tho nun of progress is loowtHK lAc on the horizon of tho develojiannnt Harney valley. Kach day B fcrfar and one of theso days it vrfM iHsral forth In unoqualed splendor; OnM and the world will ruuirvur taaaverHi of her riches for she will.- pruvialia in necessities of life for thousands vjm thousands. Thu country iKwd tVr water to transform' It from ft jmut eiit ntatu of unproductiveness tv ne a laud of plenty. Thu dnsiaa r itm old settlor Is about to become TtuA Izod und Harney county will (KluiMr place among tho foroinosL cohhUo of Oregon, BACHELOR TELLS OUR WOMEN HOW TO COOK tud under tlio now jaw, compensation "Worn roHldo In this tine Up and I a,l for (ho loi( of boll, .feet or Imtli "T0 ,lJ Kh,y V08,0?,1'1 tlzells. Mw.. i .hn Lu-ht or iw.ii. v.h. 'hp ..Oouldln was ono of the .bust hearted!.'' A niun tells American housowlves how to run thotr kltchts: And uioiiisi) ho 18 a baoUelor Put ho n doing such a good Jol. or It that ven Jhu biwl bousnwtv.a In the land thuso In rural d.i6 trktK ure oyer doinaudtng his hew Idoaa. It la C F. Laugworlby. who for mora than -5 years ha rmiduutcA the ollko of home nomlcu In tho Department of Agrleuiturd. Photo showa Lanaworlhs ,.yl ,in)rt oone of tjiu laboratory tdtchemi, MM'l B aW ytaa,.- - " ? " - I ' ' '