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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1920)
llitrwy Oounty'n limber l ii
asset for immediate, explolta
Jon MIIIm HhcmM fee. .turning
It out to nkl inVthfr; rodmmc
tkn work otvVkm 'AHen.Iii
twtl(ta(c thin virgin M. ,"-
Harney oonnty'n rencoureen are
attract! iik the attention of tho
((ire. Went. Irrigation, ntork.
raising, mines, oil and Ran pro
spect , and agriculture ll
m waiting' derelopMeat.
BURNS. HARNfeY CO UNI Y, OREGON SEPTEMIER 4 120
EVERYBODY READY TO
HELP COUNTY FAIR
Work at Grounds on Monday
With Lunch Furnished
By Ladies at Noon.
Tho rcsti'l of ft (HhcufihIoh of the
f-ui ' fan .it tho noon luncheon of
tlti i onunt rclal Club yonlordny In
mo t p-uufying. Tho llnunco coui
ralt'tc rtjertoil Hiitllolont fundu In
light tc rrovldu for n good program
and th Jinmltteo In charge of tho
program mauo a tuntattvo roport
nubjoct to rovlHlon should It bo necon
rory. Tho proponed volunteer work at
tho grounds on noxt Monday, being
In tbu nature of a Lubor Pay celebra
tion, was most onthuRlnHtlcally back
cd. A coraialttoo of ladies with Mra
W M Sutton and Mm. E.F. Schwartz
At tho houtl, have takes hold of tho
proposed noon lunch on tho grounda
for all who take purl in tho work. It
Is tho Intention to auk the ladles qt
ilurnri to provide sandwiches and
rifeer things suitable for a picnic
lunch. Tho Furmrs Exchango la
donating tho coffee and sugar for
tho occasion and thu nowHpapor man
has volunteered to find coffeo pota
for tho ocaaslon. Everybody In ready
to help. Tho grounds committee
promises material to work with and
those who havo tools, nuch au axes,
hammers, Haws, grubbing hoeti, etc.,
arc requested to bring them and got
to work. If there are any teams that
can bo bad undor tho namo conditions
good will and tho satisfaction of
doing something for the advancement
of the community an pay thoy can
A It. Olson one of tho directors of
tho Harney Valley.- Irrigation Dis
trict, declared ho would plnco bit
entire corpn of engineers at tho dis
pell o f tho fair grounds committee
on Labor Day If they couhl bo used
io an advantage. TIiIh abowa tho
right HPlrlt and wo'ro going to get
Fotnewhoro when we follow up auch
Tho program committee' have ar-
ranged tho following npoed oventa for
each day of tho fair:
Quarter mile dash for aaddln
homes, purnu I 35.
I'otuto raco, to bo run each of
the throe daya of tho fair.... 100.
Three elghti mile dash, purno CO.
Hi lay raco to bo run each day
during tho three dayn 100.
l'ldun homo raco 15.
At r"on there la to bo a barbecue
dinner, one 'beef Hteer for thin oc
enwon ban already been donated by
A It, Oliten of tho P. I. S. Co. Thin
feature will be enlarged upon by
tbo fair committee later when do-
tall.i will bo worked out,
HulPmllo daHh, purno I 50.
Kecond potato race fer tho
Quarter mile dash for naddlo
ftoomd day relay raco for .reg
I'o' , raco ;
r ''ghtB mllo daHh, purno
'i'h r i day potato raco
' d y ruhiy raco
It ' mllo inula raco, purno ....
1 ' n . quaw raco
"U rules governing thoho ovnnla
w he given out and printed whon
tli'i roHtorn are issued, I
H'iv. WIchernon of tho Pronbytor-'
lau rhurch ban boon Interesting local ;
band men in tho organization of a
band and promlnon to havo mimic for ;
the fair. i
In connoctlon with tho fostlvltlcn
of the oncaalon it must bo remomber- j
ed that tho annual inntltuto for thn
that tho annual inntltuto for tho
teaohera of tho county will bo hold on
the threo days of tbo fair and in tho
absence of any deflnito program In
recognition of tho oducatonal In
stitutions It would bo well to con
sider tho matter and noo if nomo
thing cannot bo dono toward making
Ui educational ftfTalrn of tho county
a part of tho fair.
Mm Canalo Bmyth was ovor from
her homo at Diamond for a nhort
visit during tho week, coming in '
Tliuruday afternoon and rottirnlngj
homo yoatorday. I
Dr. C. C. drimthi A. 0,'Welcom
and H6nry W. Welcomo aro tho in
corporatora of Mho Homo Drug Co.,
ii nuw firm' which ban taken ovor tho
Wolcorao Pharmacy, conducted for ho
many yearn by J. C. Woleoinu. c. O.
Porronoiid, a roglntorcd phurmnclnt,
in miaocliitod with tho now llrm und
will havo nctlvo charge of tho store.
Thin la ono of tho old OHtnbllnhud
llUHlnOHH IHHtltUUoiJB of tiila city. J II It (I
Welcome, who htm run the ntoro for
yearn, ban olher Interests that tin
ntand bin peritubal attention to nueh
tin extent that ho could nut tako euro
of thn linn? liiiulnoHu nu ii uhnui.i i,,.
and for that reason ban wanted to
dlapoBO of It for aomo tlmo. Mr.
Perronoud was in a fow weokn ago
looking over tho field with a vlow of
taking the buslneiHi over and an u
rcMult of that visit tho above Incor
poration was forraod.
Mr. Perresasid Is an agreeable
young man (o .wet and comen to
Uurns full of enthuXanm and energy
to add new blood to the business en
terprise of our twon. Ho in wel
comed with an open hand. Now Ideas
aro wanted aad the younger mon aro
the ones who will bring huccoss and
renewed energy to our city. With the
pronpects before un for Irrigation.,
new Industries of other c'hifracters
which will bo brought to tbo atten
tion of the public in a nhort tlmo,
wo should advanco npldly and brintf I
more bunluesc to our city.
Tbo Tlmos-Hrald Is glad to soe
new people takiug an Interont In tbo
business Institutions of Hums.
L. K. McJDauivlN, County Agent
Pull together and for each other.
Oct out of tho "Whatlyu Olmmo"
A ntrong back Ih all right but
uno tho brains God gave you.
You can't strike your manhood
won't lot you. Tho world munt bo
fed by you NOW bh ALWAYB.
Through ORGANIZATION, how
ever, you can demand und RECEIVE
a living profit from your labor and
You pay 7f to $100 for a nhoddy
or cotton mixed ALL WOOL BUlt.
Whut profit did you mako on your
ou pay (in to U'O for n barrel
of Hour. What profit did you make
from your wheal?
You outer the dining room of a
hotel und pay from 7a comh up for a
ntrlngy piece of old owe cumouflageil
an "nprlng lamb" and $1.00 to $2.00
for a nl'ghtly larger, but no
tough, ploco of Jemey stag manqucr
itdliiK "I'rlmu Kantern' Iluby Iloof,"
What profit did you make from your
mutton or cattle?
You remember last winter after
the speculators bad galsed control
of tho potato iirket you cut them
off your bill of fare and later paid
as high an $16 per sack for a few to
plant. Well, they itru being shipped
nut of Idaho now for $2,10 per cwt.
(sacks thrown in.) What protlt will
vnu mako nnd where, Oh where, is
that other $13.00?
A fellow camo Into town tho oth
er day and traded 10 prime cqw hldon
tor a $23 pair of hoots, A tanned i
iildo (Junt one) coHtn the local bar-j
iohh maker sou plus, tho rrolgul
Mlowlng $.10 to tan that ono bldo
Vho gots tho other nlno7 A titrong
ack will nolthor niiHwer thin quoh
Ion or remedy tho condltlonn that
naltofl It poHslblo.
Ank yourself, not only who gotu
ho nurpluH hides, but who pockotH
lio dlfforonro all along tho Una be
tween tho starvation prlcon paid you
tho producer and those Charcot!
'ho conaumor nomo 400 per cent
jiroflt In many Instanced, Thnt'n,
right, fftllowB, ank yoursdvou that I
auostlon over und over and while)
doing no (ompnre your lot with that I
if tho producer In ottior linen fruit
proworn, for Instari
You reud the danif3 and patrin
zo tho fruit markotn, Havj you no-
Icod any lemon, orango, itrjpu, applo,
near, ponch, chorry.or any other
growor for that raattor, In tho
"Whatlyu Olmmo" class latoly?
Vot on your llfo. Tho Modford
Fruit HxchangQ (got that MX
CIIANGE) sold 70 cam of Hartlott
eura on tho Now York murkot lant
(Continued on page live)
TOURISTS REPORT OUR
i ROADS BEST IN STATE
East and West Auto Route
From Boise via Burns to
Ho many tlinon It in thn cane whore
wo don't appreciate what wo havo,
I. S. Ocer wan called upon at thu club
luncheon yontordny nt noon and ho
told Ihono nrcaoiit that wo had thai
bout ror.ilH Iii flrrirnn. Tlmt wnn L'olnir
1 omo whon wo hear no much com -
plaint, but ho told of mooting within 1C2C varltlon of American, Aun
tourlntn who have traveled other i tralllan and Indian wheatn on tho
routen acronn thin Htntu back and station to bo takon caro of and Mr
iorth and they roport ponltlvely that
tho bent road acromi Oregon ii ,by
way of Durnn from Uolrfo and out by
way of nond to tho went. Now what
aro we going to do about It? Let
every cuhs that coinen in tell us bet
ter whon ho lianu't traveled any of
them? (leer nayn to ndvertlnn the
fact. That'n what wo advocate but
it Is lato to ntnrt advortlnlng them for
thin year's tourist crop, but we can
at leant get It off our own client that
wo have poor rondn. With the com-1 on jhrcahod but In euro to go
plotlon of tho highway to Crane j uoavy."
aeroM thin valley, Hums. In tho con-1 Other crops are yielding In propor
tr of the Irritated nortlon of tho Hon according to Mr. Bhattuck and
country. In going to bo placed on thai
mnp with capital lettern. Wo aro
ntartliig on a constructive period of
rond building that should bo follow
ed out by tho Incoming admlnlntra
tlon of county affalrn and within thn
next roupln of years wo will bo
"hitched up" In a way that will bring
practically all tho onst and wont tour
ist travel through this way.
TKACHHRH' INHTITUTK IIF.IIK
.School Bupt. Clark gives out tho In-
lAmiillnn lltnt llm ,jll,mn1 InaMltllii
for teachorn ) this county will
held In Uurns on Sept. 210, Oct. 1-2
the namo dates as thn county
dates as thn county fair.
Btato Bupt. Churchill will bo prennnt
during tho Institute nnd among tho
..,.- n..t.l.l.. I.,.l.nln will I... Ilrnf
. . i . , . ,. ,
lirumbaugh and Miss Ilodeo. both of
. ......... .. ,i
u. A. yj Aiiruu i uwurn in iikt u. ui
O. and Mlns Iloven, thn primary In
structor who hnn been nt former In-
stltuten In thin county nnd Is so well
nuoct by tho tenchorn.
Rov. W. A. Amon, AnHlst, Bupt.
Homo MIkhIoiih of the Pronbyterlan
church, spent a couple of da'H In thin
city during tho week visiting with
ituv. John 11. WIchorHon, tho local
pastor. Rov. Amon wan hero looking
after tho condition of tho local church
und giving what asnlntauco ho could
to glvo It a wldor flold of operation.
As wo eractlce civic
flected In the OROWTH of our community a nuurtor
of a century hence,
Tho practice of civic prldo Is moro than tho more
boasting of our community's present assets. It In
mostly ln tho nctlvo support of tho public nnd UU.SI
NK3S Institutions now herothat thoy may develop
aud O HOW.
Popular subscriptions to nny worthy cause-
whother for charily or nomo big municipal Improve
ment B all mighty lino novor to bo frownod upon.
nut there Is a more stnblo method. That method
Is In the slmplo llttlo everyday act of buying ALL
our goods at homo patronizing our home merchants,
A community thrives and growa as its buslnew In
stitutions grow, No business man with vision enough
to build up a successful buslnoua, Is so solflah but
that he will throw his prosperity right back lato the
life aud development of his community,
It may be la the erection of a big buslneses struc
tureIt may be In helping finance soma new busi
ness enterprise which will afford labor for many
more workmon It may be In the enlargement and
development of his own bualnessofferlnK blggor
trading selection abreast the rest of the world.
If we send or take the monoy we earn here to some
other center for trading, pleasure, or Investment wo
cannot expect our community to grow we cannot ex
pect our owp aralns power HERB to In
C, Lot's an start training our c.
HOME-SPENT DOLLARS. Afl
DOLLARS. ' jM
CROP RECORDS BROKEN
AT EXPERIMENT STATION
Sup. Shattuck Pleased With
Results this Season; O. A.
C. Student Helping.
Bupt. Ohll Bbattuck of thu Experi
ment Btatlun wan in town Thu roil ay
uvonlug and roporln thlngn moving
rapidly out thoro In tho way of bar
venting. F. V.,Rycrafo, a Junior at
1 tho O, A, C, In hero to 'aanlnt Mr.
! Ubaltuck In thu wheat nursery. Thoro
Rycrafo In taking a lot of tho reapoim
iblllty off Mr. Hhattuck'a handn in
properly handllag this important
"Crops are going to nmanh records
at tho 8tatlon this season," said Mr,
Shattuck In dUclng the work of
this year. "The wheat and oats are
going to yield far greater than ever
expected. One tenth acre plot of
barley has Junt been harvested and
produced 112 big bundles; It has not
ho f,,0,M vur ,nuch uraged. Ho
and his asulntant, Mr. Richie, havo
had a hard tlmo during tho growing
season because of lack of bolp and
liner punins; in iu or ia nuurn a
for tho entlro summor thoy foel thoy
nro entitled to soma reward and tho
big yields compensate to some ex
tent tholr haftl work.
"Ono lilot (f Biinflowera wero har
vontod during thu week that wont
27.0 toun to tho acre and thoro aro
better yields Jf sunflowor on tho farm
that havo not yet boonjiarvustod,"
continued Mr. Bhattuck.
Whon asked about tho recout front
mnt It tt t1 iW rm t linr tmil nil
;"' ti V
" "'"" :.::V"V"
ing io nomu exieiu aim uro uui unui
l lluapnll u.kn will Ita a annlnr
. " " "
In his school during tho coming year,
. .t. ... -m
with Mr. Shattuck for
a tlmo an ho does not need to enter
school for a few weeks.
KPKCIAL HOOKH IN CONNKCTION
WITH I.IIIRARY CLUlt HTUDY
Mrs. Clark, president of tho Li
brary Club. Informs this otllco that
nho Itaii received nomo Interesting
hnoksfroin tho ntato Llbrnry on nub
JcrtHhbt nro to bo ntudled by tho
club during thu coming year and tho
nnvoral groupn nro asked to call at
her honfo and secure the books appll
cablo to tholr respective subjoctn.
town in 1945
this town and country iwemy
five years from now?
The aaswer is in your and my act of today,
nrlde today, so will It be re
u i. m
TO OHOA.VIZK FARM
BUREAU AT FIKLDH
County Agent McDunlelij loft
Thurtiday afternoon for another tour
of tho nouthorn part of tho county.
Ho wan nnrompanled by C. A. Ilyrd
but novcral other earn of pooplo al
no made up tbo party which wtll
tako In tho fontlvlltlen of thu com
munities. Mr. McDnnloln mot with
tho Farm llurouu at Catlow on Thum
day night and it in his Intention to
organize a llureait at Fluids tonight
on a former trip to thin locality It wan
found tho farmers woro too busy with'
tholr hay cropn to ntop. It wan then
arranged for a later data. Jack Mc
carty Is giving a big dance at Flolds
tonight and during this nftcrnoon It
In oxpoctod tho farmers will gather
In and tho Uuroan organized that
will norvo tho ontlro Trout Creek
country from Andrewn to Denlo.
It had boon the donlro of the mali
nger of thin paper to again meet with
tho good people of that sectioa but
I'urcumstancos prevented. Lack of
bolp in tho office and a rush of Job
work kept him at homo. However, he
i hopofl to visit them again at some
date in tho near future and tho moan
tlmo baa not forgotten the good hos
pitality shown him on former visits
nor tho noodod Improvements in
roads and other mattora that thin
paper can holp in bringing about.
They shall havo uttonllon at the
Among tho others going on tbo trip
wero J. B. Cook and wife, R. T.
Hughot, Mra. Francis Clark, C. K.
Dlllman and others.
HARD LINKH WIIKN
HARD LUCK RULF.H
It'n hard times for traveling theat
rical or mimical troups when old
Hard Luck gets In his lino licks nnd
strnudn them UQ the financial rocks.
That's what 1
j nllt0 known
huppnnod to an nggrc-
na tho Compton Mim
ical Company, which wont br.oko nt
Nllosburgh. Uut thu noquol Is really
Old Deacon Simpson, nno df'tho
most sanctimonious chaps In this vi
cinity, triad his bent to mako an Im
pression on tho fair Corlnno Mnlroo,
prima donna of the company, but got
scant encouragement till tho latter
went io llvo with Aunt Tiny Colvln.
Kvorybody known that Aunt Tlny'a
homo In mortgaged to Simpson. When
Corlnno learned ho wan about to faro
clown nho started In to "vamp" him,
In a ladylike way. Rontilt: he got no
tangled In tbo '.neshen of thu good j
hearted nlreu that he wan happy to
escrpo by relenting In tbo matter of j
the mortgage. Bo all's well that unda ,
Thin l.i thu story of "Hard Roll-'
oil," a now Paramount picture which I
In to bo scon at thn Liberty theatre ,
noxt Wednesday with lovely Dorothy
Dalfon rm ntar. It In a Tliomun II.
Iiico picture, directed by Victor L.
FRKK SCHOOL RENTAL RURIvAU
On the account of tho ncarclty of
houHon nnd tho necesntty of provid
ing places bo that thu children In tho
country can attend our good schools
I would thank you fo advertlno lt(
broadcast that wo will gladly offer
our norvlcos froo to all property own-'
am or othorn In tho routing of tholr j
hnunoH and rooms during thu school
lly writing or phoning thin oillcu
n memorandum will bo kept of all
appllcatautn ufforlug places for rout
aud also a record of nppllcuuta who
demand Iioubch or roomn.
Thin Borvlco will bo known an tho
"Froo School Rontal Huroau."
' rNLAND EMPIRE REALTY CO.
GOOD REPORT FROM
Mr. Olnon, director of the Irriga
tion District, reported Incldontally nt
tho Commercial Club luncheon yes
terday that tho Dralnago Engineer
whom the district bad employed to
investlgnto tho drainage problems of
tho projoct decided wo had no Burfaco
dralnago problems to contend with
and thoroforo had nothing to foar bo
fur an tho lllrd Rofugo in concerned.
Thrao pa'tlonts had tholr tonnlla
romovod by Dr. Smith In ono day at
tho King hospital tho foro part of tho
wook, Thoy woro W. T, Vandorvoor,
Mian Ilda Hayoo and Uartra Hopkins.
Yoatorday Dr, Smith romovod tho
tonatla of Ilazoll Hlbbard,
WATER, SEWER, LIGHT
DATA IS SUBMITTED
Citizens Express Themselves
Favorable to Installation;
Cltlzonn of Hums noom favorable
to thu Installation of water, sower
aud municipal light plant, oven
though tbo cent In qulto high. At
least thono attending u meeting with
tbo city council last night to dlncum
thu proportion following tbo nub
mission of estimates by Engineer I.
Mr. Kelsay's engineers bad recent
ly completed a preliminary survey for
the purpose of making uu untlmato on
the installation of water, sower nnd
electric lights. The gentleman made
tho estimates aad compiled data and'
details which were submitted to tho
city authorities yesterday. Tho. May-'
or called a at ass Meeting of citlxoua
daring the vealng at the Commercial
Club rooaae whore the natter wan
further discussed and Engineer Kel
nay answered ascli questions an woro
anked respecting tho plans.
Tho estimates mado upon thn In
ntnllaUon of all three projects wan
placed by Mr. Kelnay at $272,000, but
upon examining ais.map 11 wan rouna
ho had not included portions of tho
city toward the river nor tho x
tromo southwest portions. Sugges
tions wero also mado in regard to
other small details which will bring
tho cont of the Installation up to
approximately 1300,000. '
Dy covering jhe entire town with
tho water and newer mains and nerv
ing everybody thoro can bo no objec
tion In that respect nnd If the rcv
nnuo from thu nntnrprlso will comu
anywhoro near taking caro of oper
ating expensos and Ihtoront thoro
ran bo no objoctlon to Installing tho
plants. If wo aro to grow; If this
In to bo a homo town, a neb 00 1 town,
wo munt provldo modern ennvnn
luncon and Inducomonto to tbo family
man to Invost nnd bo one of un.
The estimate of tho cost of main
tenance together with tbo pomlblo
revenue will be nubmlttod within 11
.ihort tlmo nnd than tho cltltenn may
connldor It Intelligently and tbo mat
ter can bo brought to a voto follow
ing tbo adoption of u now charter or
amendlug tbo old ono.'
HARNEY COUNTY HIGH
KCHOOL PRINCIPAL MARRIED
D. M. .MoDnde and Mian Anmi Uor
nadotto Flanagan woro married Tmw
day morning, August 31, at Ontario,
by Itev. Father Stark. Tho bride wuh
attired In a blue travailing suit with
but to match and carried a bouquet
of cut roHon, Ropresontatlvo P. J.
Gallagher and hln wife attended tho
bridal couplo and aftorwurdn tender
ed n wedding breakfast to thorn and
a few friends.
Tho bride comes from Lewlnton,
Maine whpro nho ban resided all her
llfo. She In u charming young ludv,
nrid. han mado frlonda with thono
whom nho ban mot. Mr. McDadn ban
many frlondn in tbl3 community,
whom ho haH roalded for novoral
yearn. Ho taught in tho public
nchooln of tbo county previous to tbo
war, ulso 'teaching In Mulhour county.
Ho voluntoored for porvlco and wan In
tbo aviation department, Heolng nov
cral monthB aotlvo duty In tho war
Konon. Upon bolug muntorod out bo
again took up tho profosalon of
teaching In tho rural schools of thin
county and later wan called to fill a
vacancy an prlnclpnl of tho Hnrnoy
County High School. Tho. young man
iihowod mich marked ability that bo
wan olectod for tho coming yoar. Tho
many frlondn of 'Mr. McDado will ex
tend a hoarty wolcomo to hln brldo
nnd use tholr offorta to mako hor
fool at home.
Tho couplo havo takon ono of the
D. Jamonon cottageH for tho winter
whoro thoy will bo at homo after
Mrs. Lou. Stongor, a daughter of
Mr. and Mra. A, W. Howsor, tho to
epoctod old ptonoor pooplo llvinp,
near Hnrnoy, In horo on n visit with
hor parontn and othor rolatlvcs, Mm.
Btongor roaldoa in tho stato of Wasb
lUKton and makoa occaaloiml vIbUh.
Sbo in romomborod by -many of tbo
plonoor pooplo of this Boctlon. .