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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1920)
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lOf 9u)plor OlofkBoJnoi V
2,U &ut1luH 'for Olorfca omen.
n.OQ,. Eight Qrndo Kxaminon
8.00 Maps for County Court lloom.
7.50 Rantrtftuoohi tor Rodent Pol
Too J. K 0111 Co.
Mr. Knld Gnwau
ClittH M Fuulkiier
fltmon LwIh y
( . T Cary
W. y. Kin
j S. Ueor ami Co.
.iohn H Could
Tiobbs Morrill Co.
Hoy 0 Moullln
l'heube Lack man
toclen' Control fund
Koilon' Control Fund
K A DIokoUHon ,
v heater Dalton
W 0 L" key
W M Ttl and Tol Co.
i ,irr 1 Minty Nowh
V. A . od man
Earn U imKC
V A Goodman"
J J Patterson
H. L. Haines
1 8. Gr , .T
K. H. Col
Ltland Fry ,
IJ. U. Patterson
J J PattorHon
f. L, Halnen
N A Dibble "
J J LamnMiIro
J nu-ii tillhert
A bort Swain
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U Fow! r -:
It F Meriuin
J s rot k 4
A Wei erne
J J P.l!TBOn
J J pMrnon
J J Ff-riton
Krno Sr.w Mill
IMh'h Finer Co. ,
y"m i irr
1 5 (. - and Co.
C-st Culvert Flunio Co.
Hidno" VoniiiiKltty Co.
ift A Vouni;
tLKh I TlH
J V tell
i.,r.'ii".i Imlioii and Co.
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f'-nm. .ui.i Otloy
H.rn. ir ty Nhwh
4.00 Urand Inapoctor.
U00 Hui)j)lje;for CoUrt IIouho.
'.GG atntrtpB tor TroanurorH olllco.
10.00 ,illor focH for July.
6.G0 SuniMoB for Att'y.
C.G0 ItopnlrliiK KiikIiio at Court Houno.
122. GO Caro o( Qounty Poor . July lUth to
.. .11.71 Supplies, for Clorka olllco.
1850.00 1000 o. Strychnine for Polaon.
570.80 3G0 0, Slryohnlnu and 28 oz. Baeuh
nrlno. G.00 Hauling nnd I)eHtrnylnir Coyoto root,
22.4G Stamps for Clorka olllco.
1.25 KopnlrH on Court Houho KiikIiic.
172.50 Dopnty Watorinnator.
4.00 Dulldlnir Coal Din at (!otirt IIouhp.
Cl. GO Rental & ToIIh for Juno July.
50,00 Hoard of PrtmiuorH.
10.00 Uodont Publication.
27.150 Ouh and Oil for Traveling.
212.20 Suppllvn for Sheriff s Car.
lOti.70 Huiipllea ror Sherlff'a Car.
140.55 TravellUR KxpenaoK.
G.G5 JtiHtli'o Fooh,' Stnto vh. Dtint.
1.70 Countable Keen, State vs. Dent.
1.70 Juror Koch, State vh. Dent.
1.70 Juror Keoa, State vh. Dont.
1.70 Juror Fberu SUt) . Dent.
1.70 Juror Fees, Stnto va. Dont.
1.70 Juror Foa, Stato vh. Dont.
1.70 Juror Foea Stato vh. Dont.
.1.50 Wltnoflft Koeti Stato vh. Dent.
3.60 Wltftens FclTS Stato vh. Dont.
3.G0 WltueH Foe Stato vu. Dont.
1.70 Wltuiwrt Foor Stnto vh. Dont,
13. 15 JiiHtlce Fees Stnto vh. Dont.
8.80 Countable Feoa Stato vh. Dent.
1.70 Juror Fooh Stato vh. Dont.
1.70 Juror. Fees Stnto Vn. Dont.
1.70 Juror Fooh State vh. Dent.
1.70 Juror Foea State vh. Dont.
1.70 Juror Fouh Statu vh. Dent.
1.70 Juror Feoa State vh. Dont.
4.30 WltiloHH Fei'H State vh. Dent.
3.30 WltiK'HH Feca Stato vh. Dent.
3.70 WltncHH Fooh Stute va. Dont.
4.50 WltncHH Fooh Stnto va. Dent.
3.50 Wltntmo Fees State va. Dent.
3.50 WltueHH Fooh Stnto vh. Dent.
3.50 Wltiii-HH Kut'S Tintu vh. Dent.
1.70 WJtnoHH Fooh Stnto va. Dent.
1.70 WltneHH Kim Stnto vh. Dont.
1.70 WltneHH Foea Stato va. Dont.
1.70 WltuoHH Fooh Stato vh. Dont.
3.20 JtiMtk'o MM- Stnto vh. Dont.
3.05 JuHtli-e Feen Stnto vh. Dent.
3.20 JiiHtlce Fooh State vh. Dent.
37.12 Lumber for roada.
.90 IIuuIIiir for roudH.
5.07 Freight & ForwurdliiK road SupplhjH.
17. GO JiiHpectliiK County road work. .
85.00 HuppllvH for rond Work.
1G.2G Suppllea for rond Work.
34.80 Suppllea for road Work.
2G.50 HaulliiK for road work.
5.00 Labor on road.
130.00 Labor on road.
3.00 Suppllea for road.
183.00 SorvlcoH um (Jpunty Surveyor.
G.00 Supplies for road Work.
2.50 Labor on Itoad.
1)7. GO Oruvol for Honda.
4.00 Supplies for Honda.
3.20 PrlntliiK for ronil Munter.
10.00 2 daya liiHpoetliiR Cruno-Well Hill
eop! View Crops at ,
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upon the Irrigated cropa at tho nlai nblo f(ay foH'AlFWhri AUendod. It 1h
tlon with li limited Hupply of water' confidentially ejected that noxt
nnd pointed out the Importance of yonr will rco a Kroalor Intorent tak
tho proper application of water, Ho on In thin duy and tnoro fiirmors nt
ifald that we wottld a I way h bo nhort. tondlnK.
ol water to properly cover tho llll- o
able hoII of thla big valley and for "u" Kakhl and Corduroy
.,.. i.. . t i -, ........ "' mio 1115 Tiinur nun lor . ....... ...... vw
obtained trom Mr, Shattuck later, tUut m 1)h(mU, UHU on,.y TrounerH. N. Drown & Sons.
but ho wan kept very buH nnd tho
writer hurfr not hoou hltn hIiico.
Mnny vlaltorH were there from a
dlHtunco and they Hurely profited by
It. Furmurs living in tho Immedlnto
drop an oopuolulcally uh pohhIIjIo.
Prof. Poworrt Huld that with tho com
pletion ol tho proHont Irrigation din'
trlct project Iho Importance of Irrl
gallon would bu further demoiiHtrnt-
Thos. Cluvoland w
town ViHltjbrH during tho waok. Tom
II von ovorln that favored npot called
"Calamity" whoro Uoy ralao every
thing they put In tho ground and
.Iota of lt( Including' jtood fruit, apudij
CPA HAS QHIOAN TO
vicinity would have Hocurod tho Hamti Ht1, ?' called attention to certain
benofltH but hoiuo failed to attend. Pnniphleta which ho and othera had
That lan't n very good way to In- Prepared and. put out Hhowlng tho
creaHO production or bo as auccoHaful ndvantagea of cultivated cropa over
iih 0110 might. However, It Iiiih ul- 1,10 nuturnl meadowH along tho river,
wayn been the ciiho. I where by actual toHt they demon-
The picnic lunch ut noon wiih u ,,lrn,,!(1 ,hlU 11 cultivated crop roqulr-
featuro of tho day that proved popu- 0,1 im w,lt,'r thu" 1,10 ",lt,vo Br"
lnr and wnn u duclded help in tho nlul lho ',oUl WUM coiiHlderubly gront-
Hoclablllty of tho peojilo. or' w,lh t,HJH0 ,Kur8 loforo our
Following tho luiiuh Homo oxcollont tm 11 W0M,,, 1,0 fo,,y u oitlJio
talkH were made. J, T. Jardlno, dl-
liniler preHont inethodH.
rector of lOxnerlniont StntloiiH or tlm ; 1 rof' Powers further advocated
Htuto, wiih tho llrat Hpeuker. Mr. Jar- P'ltiipltiB plantH nnd gave tho work
dine wiih paying IiIh llrnl vllt to HiIh or tm' i,1,l,lt ,tl ,m Hlatlon iih iiii In-
Htntlon following IiIh uHHUinlug the
position with thu Oregon Agricultural
College. Tho gentleman gave u
very practical talk In connection with
the work nod uHHtired the people of
his hearty cooperation in making thin
Hlatlon all that It nhould bu to thu
pooplo of Harney county. Ho en
larged upon Hh Importance to the
community nnd showod how It wan
working to tho IntorenU and advan
tage of tho farmers who profited by
what it domonHtrnted. Mr. Jardlno
pointed out that tho ntntlon nhould
not bo expected to beHolf supporting,
Htituce of the aucccHH.of iiuch a irtolli
od or Irrigation. Ho mild that with
the development of tho country power
lilies would ho uttrncted to tho coun
try nnd thla would furnliili a cheaper
moans of raising thu Witter for Irri
gation where J ho gravity HyHtom watt
unablo to supply water.
Wuldo Goer favored the company
with n reading following Prof. Pow
Judge Will It. King was another
spoaker who gave noiac Interesting
llguro on tho development of a coun
try through Irrigation, Jtldgo King
in fact thnt it was not Ita purpoHo wna connected with tho U. 8. Heclam-
nor wnH It beat for the community
that It bu so. It Hhould not bo in
competition with the farmers of thu
comiduulty, according to Mr. Jardlno.
The fact that the station la lining Its
beat efforts to produce the bent Heed
atlon Service for seven years nnd
aaw mnny changes under tho mnglc
touch of water. Ho la more or lens
familiar with thla vnlley and Its poa
nlbilltlea. Ho has hnd datu ttofora
him on tho present Irrigation pro-
0erg Wklte, ferar eogfdn
man, MarletU, Ohio, U tke mum
Mlc(4 to 1m4 11m DtMMtrtlt
ifckl to 9i toVM-lM- OMttaO
lMlraM M tk DMWOTstte M
ItoMl CraHtM whm M Mutm
C T wtow wlto wtHtotf
Omt UU tor U
viImM M m
Often It In only a few 'cents
spout for Homo simple but effective
remedy that keeps sickness away.
Wo sell thorn, many kinds and
for many purposes.
A dliih of cream.
A box of stationery.
A plpu or cigars.
A comb or brush.
for uho In the community, thnt Its'ject uiuler formulutlng stages of con-1
demonstrations are for tho purpose ntrtictlon nnd hu did not liosltuto to
of ascertaining what Is host In tho give It his entire approval. Ho urg-
way of seed, methods of culture, etc I curly completion and unluimper-
essentially makes It a place whoro tlm ed support of the undertaking,
farmor turns for Infprmntloii. The Judge King promised tho cltlzoiiH
failure of tho station nru just us that he would make It a personal
Important to the country as Its sue- business upon his arrival at Washing-
coshcs, therefore it should not bo ex- ton I). ('. to look Into tho present
pected to be self sustaining, Mr.
Jnrdliie said ho might hu temporary,
that Supt. Shattuuk might bu tem
porary but that thu people should see
to It thnt thu Kxperlmeiit Station
was a permanent flxturu. ;
Prof. W. L. Powers followed Mr.
Jnrdlne with an Instructive talk 011
soils nud Irrigation He made soinu
pointed remarks In connection witu ,
the duty of water and what couM
unsatisfactory mall service and seo
what ho could do to help. He re
marked that we should not blame
others as much as ourselves for pren
eut conditions, for ho said hud wo
taken advantage of our resourced
and given thenr. proper support w6
would have been much farther ad
vanced In tho development of thu
country, hud many more people,!
railroad service and mall service In
nnd nhould be 'accomplished by th keeping with n live country.
pooplo of this country. Hu enlarged Taken In nil It wna u very prollt-
LATEST AUTUMN FUR STYLES
1 S. (5cr and Co.
I Jatnn H. Shepard
Harney Vnlluy Transportation
B A. Dleltnsni!
99.70 Suppllea for High School.
27.25 Hauling for High School,
3.00 Repairing Chimney nt High School,
Hauling Supplies to High School.
Hunting trash from High school
70.00 llalapce duo for Digging Toilet at
Work on High School Ilulldlug.
Work on High School Ilulldlug. .
Work on High School Ilulldlug.
Work on High School liulldlng.
2.25 Supplies & Ropalrs for High school
C.75 Printing and Supplies for High school
1. Chester Dalton, County Clork In and for Unrnoy County, do horoby
lfy that tho forogolng Is a true II st of all Illlls allowed by tho County
"ourt ut the August Term 1 020.
August 9, 1920.
ChoHtor Dalton County Clerk.
Hy Floronco Dalton, Deputy.
B, A Dickenson
IT. J. McDonald
Huney County Now
s of black skunk and IBn
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