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The. Official Paper of;Hsrnn County,
ha the.lrg,H!trirrnlnti'ii n,l I one of ,
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8VRNS. HARNEY COUNTY, ORKOON, MARrll 10, 19.
NMOTtts op scheme saouine of
Two week spo upon Wni Han-
' YCm PlflWMMf JTSflMBVV WW
take ta Ftaai Fifty Mill.
THAT CAREY ACT SFXFXTION time it wM wiih.ir.wn from entry FEDERATION BONOS ISSUED
hy the- application of the Harney 1
Vallsy Improvement Co., it u not ;
DO THE PEOPLE WANT IT CANCLLED in dmand particnlorljr, M very
OR DO TIIEV NOT? little wa known of thu section a
an Agricultural district at that
time In fact very few if any suc-
Mr. Hl. l Tae Haraty Valky la.ror-! cesaful or profitable crop had ben
weal C.. Want- l.lt at raised here at that time without
Hare, ta Ilde Kaft.r. irrigation. t WM before the enact-
. n.ent of the soverment irrigation
Inw II wim mnilp nt a limp when
ley arrival home from an exte...i-1 . (f , rMerToir of 8Wiw
I .I visit to nut.idr points, a ropre-1 VIPT fr the purpose of reolaiin
HHntalivf of Tlio Tiines-Hi-rnld hud ing the entiro Harney Valley was
I tulle with him rpfritrditiR the. in- considered too gigantic a acbeme
lentiim of the Harney VhII-v Im- fur private capital, even though it
prov.111.nt Dt in going aheml with hid been pronounced feasible and
mi Himirniie situation lor sucn an
prise Since then the govern
ment hits invest igati-d the project
to nscerlaiu its feasibility under tin
government irrigation law This
brought the people to a realicetioti
' great possibilities of this val
l.'V. noil pnur- whs brought to
'tlio project lo radium tie tug segre
gation of land under the ('nrey Ml
i tin' lime Mr lliinl J XtMUU
.1 .1. iie to tniike 11 stst'in. nt
.through tliew rolii-nn and nsking
ir an expression rf lit" people up-
ku the merit- ol Mm project, ""it
through interruption w. I tiled to
leeure tliin M t'einsnt nt that lime
liear upon the loral people to have
.rrv selection cancelled, but
without success This caused some
ml ttMa b;iv- MM uniible lo get
ho iiiiiM.r in sIimin- for iiiIi.ii:hIioii
Mr Henley gnve The Tunes-ller-; OKeWI the llnnley t o with hav
ing ,-ituseil the iil'Siidonuienl 01 the
lid aonie insinuation as to the atti
ml. of hi eompiitii , nntl lift Hot
project by the government ami in
'is manner retarding the develop-
inlav evenine asked that a
InweliiiB he r.'lnl where lie mold ment of the country the
Inert the husiness men of t lit - cil)
nid i.thera In the vicinity who were , K'"l Hie Hanlev people taking
itsreste.l mid go over Mm situation from Hilvlee liver for Ibis Irrl-
.. - - - - -- - .1.1....- . a..la
i.vteiiiiti in, oner, Hint all , k"""" """. "'""""K "
right under a decision of the U. 8.
circuit court. This interference is
the real cause of the application of
the Haulev Hiople being held Up in
Thoae intereeted In the Co-Operm-tive
Christian Federation feel that
the enterprise boa taken auch de
finite shape that it la no longer a
project on paper. The faith of the
men wh. are associsted with the
federation is unshaken and they
firmly believe in its ultimate suc
ceea, eaya the Oregon iao. They
predict that within flee yeere tlie
Mid-Oregon Railway will have
been constructed, arid the model
city In the heart of the Willamette
Valley established along with sev
eral other smaller colonies in East
Ihiritig the laat few days arrange
menu have been made for the bond
issue of the federation Bonds ag
gregating (.SO 000,000 will he placed
on the market and the disposition
of them i the leaat of the troubles
TIMBER RH I KIM
whe it is softened up daring the MEW
dav and then at night it feeetes
bard again which gradually cane"
Ihia tidge to pile up higher all the n MOPE 0 ITS WVIVAL AT THIS
time Times SESSION
mv understand it.
The Time Herald protiii" il MM
pt-Mng, but wince Mi ll.mh't hnx
een called away on business and
rill be unable In attend eiicb no "I
ig for about two weeks However,
lie matter might be taken up and
liscussed ill the meantime in order will gel H in spile of the I' L. B.
utt l! may consider it ini.M.gent n thnt he can Iwal ihem in the
when brought Up courts
A Mr llnnley desire such a
H'- img nud ax it is a matter of
ttt trlfte llilMfliafa.il in IhaanUsnsiaa
nino Up. M ... .. r ...
let' aV fllMW rill avM set raa.lilt'
!ivo Slock Co h filed ft protit - . ....
- . . a , 1 , i , T ,,. I ..... i , a IB. a, . a ua i.l..
wn n,., .,, a,,- ..,.,,,. ,na, nnr tiaiiii
on the market for several. yeara.
The New York Financing 8yndi
oate will undertake to float the
bonds and the officials of the com
pany believe tbey will In-sold with
It is expected by those of the
there is sufficient surplus water In
reclaim this big tract and that he
i. II. ..I.- ..!.;..!
"" "T7 federation that the bonds will he
Mild mostly through the medium of
popular subsoritioo. Tbey will be
offered for aale in every pert of the
I'nile.l .States The firel step taken
to di-pose of the I hiii ds will he the
I ii. I imes-Herald dims not pre- ,j,ffuHiiig and the popularising of
I.....I to know anything about the, tnfy vim,p niJ lurlM,a-a (,r ik, f-d-
i. il interest to tlii- people ol the leenl pliime- of llei esse or Mr Han- -,...,,..
uiiiv.be shinilil lii given ii In ;ir ey'a ability to em a suit in oourt, ! This cumpoien of ail vertisii.e will
in oribir tint tie- uinU-i My hut if cli itctioii should delay the : fo, fmrrj.)j 0 uhli; the mnple ere
settled Hell Uleli .mil lliereov ,v,,rt lor mi linletlnlle tune II would thoronirhlv miiuihU .,il, .1,.
... .1. -a,...... -.... ....
cilitMte the iill'alr, bringing It to . a (.triio-iit lo the cutiutrv
lue at oiii-i Harney county's participetion at
The Times Herald bos no mcli il, Iewis and Clark fair, together
ition to .nticipnte Mr Hiiulev a, the descriptive print. il matter
Ruining i. be! Ihnt In tnnkebiHowii .,! j ooiinection, and the activity
item ol, but will state for th u railruud work in this section, has
knui.i of those intcre-ti I ih.n u is . widely advertised the (ireat Harney
tactically up to lb- bualuees men ( , l)tit uud htiudreds of boiue-
1 this section lo ileteruiine tin- nt.kers will tluck hem during this
Lai otiicome of this project it spring and summer. We must see I he arranged so that eeveral persona
111 he uilher pushed lo com piel ion nimii located aint this section pro- can cooperate in the tturohi
abandoned n' their suggestion perly and ipuickl) developed Wei them.
Mr 1 1 mil v m expressed u Re ehould luvestigaUi the merits of the Hackers of the federation
purposu of the federation and the
great benefit which will be derived
by the uonsuiualiou of this vast en
terprise. It is believed that tba
plans of the federation are so mani
festly feasible that the people will
be very anxious lo eubeonbe for
them. Mingle bunds will not be is
sued fur leas than $1,000 but it will
that some or the moat prominent
financier- in the country have in
vestigated the bonds to be issued
Ishes to submit bin plane, or rath- Harm y Valley Improvement Co.
He plan of the Harney Valley project look into tin- law and see
iprnveiiiHiit Co., to the btia.MM what privileges are vested in people
-n of Hum. nud if they -.m-nlei Hho contract to reclaim laud under : for the federation and that thev all
llu the hesl .lilcreel of the colli.- the Carey ucl Let Us give Mr. are unaiilm.mslv of tl il...
.ocel Ibis mmuo it eill Haitley s hearing uud settle the tbey offer an excellent opportunity
done within tweutv days Olh uiAllet. There are people here at for ti, nnnirntl . .
ise, if be onii convince IbosV at this lime and nmre coming that nitikiim fund will tie esuh'ishsd at
kit bis company can and will re rtI,..l some of ibis vast body of laud ,,rot4,ol , .ubeoriUrs from loee
and lrt tier cent of tbe money re-
iiliti their inor.il euppirl and
uso their inllueuce lo inli-i
ih the work.
Is a further proof of his ,
lii. h nt.tli il lh.it it the law would
reived from tbe aale of tbe bonds
will be turned over into the safe
keeping of the federation truet
This will be kept 60 years when it
i expected at compound iulereal
lo be sufficient to redeem the bonds
at their face value at maturity.
The bonds are to draw iatereet at
the rale of U per oeut and if tbe
federation proves to be a financial
success ibe holders uf tbe bonds
will receive au additional & per
asul on their investment
im this tract and put actual set that is tied up. There are mauy
rs upon it within a reasonable who would lake it up under the
gth ol lime, that they are act- public laud laws and nut loee any
in good faith with every inl.ui sleep over getting water for irriga-
n il implying wi'.lt tiie law; lion, for lliey are uouviuoad that
t the project is feasible and will crops can he raised without such
a iMMiulil to lie- coiiiilrv by bring- irrigation. On the oilier band there
in settlement and developing are people wliu would gladly pay
great tract, he will ask them to 7.10 an acre for the laud and oO
cents au auie fur water each year if
Mr. Hunley should succeed in secur
ing ins contract
1 be Harney Board of Trade held
a meeting last week at which time
nut it. tin- i' i(ni- could place Mr. Hauley addressed them but
number of settlers upon ibis with what result The Times-Herald
legation al lln- or any luluri- doesu I know, other than whst was
e ami lb it bis company would given by lie Hartley correspondent The remarkable recovery of Ken
ure Ihem protection o far f iaei issue Tins, however, haa uo nelh Mclver, of Vanueboro, Ms., is
y were concerned .v,. old put oranng upon the mailer al line be subject of much interest to the
a bond pledging tiie .-oinpiny . ,oio Mr Henley proposes thai medical fraternity and a wide cir-
tlispoite of tin- .ui -r-se.tioii of the bu.nu men of Burns decide ,e of friends. He say of his case
1 to the urn o tli. ig ' u;i and u noil tbej oliouid go inlu lite mat- "Uwinc lo severe intlamuialion of
proving il, i-i. o. ild 'i op . MiBcieuieously with ibe beet ije throat and congestion of the
coed in reclaim IUJ .. and -Imtuil lotereels of the country ae Hie first lunge three doctors gave aee up to
.......ul .. ...I.i.l t...l..r I 1... --. -' I'. ..ul la.u...l !.... , , 1 a ,
i ii ini, ii uii. ,' . .1. biiiiDiuuin.i'.n - ....Hi,, i . ,,.. e ii y uie rtleu Me a I I reirl I Was
Should h ii.-.ipi.- fail or animosity a hm. Ill uave no , .a ductd lo try lr Kiuf's New Iii-
uake good and lie- laud revert in deciding this luiporlunl iiueslion covery and I am hsppy to say. 11
h - goveriiiueut, III woo tiad I ;,e Tuner-11 raid feels ei.. in esved my life" Cure the worst
file such settlement would of staling foi tl this coughs nud cold-, hi un.hilis, weak
irse look to ibe goveriiui oil) lltal te await Mi Hauley' lung, hoarseuees and Jagrippe
fins looks like a fait prot-o.i pleasure. -are ready lo uiu-i al Guaranteed at The (,'ilv I iron Hlxttt,
i if it can he dm -e W oil Id any HUM I -igoiiuand give 6k- and l UO trial bottle free.
law permit riich a pr biu. ovei li We have
i the Harney Valley Ioii ove- giowu iircd ol lue waiuug and waul y HlttLlA rtftNOMtnOe)
lit Co eoler into such an agree- thai big u act ol lanJ v;cupidby
It? The Ittiul tl'i - nit be .l.g actual relt.. - e,. . Iioneal pur
hem uulll it lii" been reclaim- poses ...' t .ia eon s uud lii
Ih law c iitipl.- I . :h in e Vi I crejiac ! liai net utninly
Whether or not the farmer are
wiee in refusing to sell the wool ta
the sheep' back i a matter for
argument, the majority of dealers,
of course, believing that gwwtr
would consult their beet intereet
by selling ahead, but the market is
o strong now and the proapeota are
en good that the average woolraiser
mail willing lo take hie chance
eaya tbe Oregon i an.
In considering this phase of tie
iiueslion, tbe Hos'nn C-ommeirlal
Bulletin, a rec.Tgni.ed authonn
tbe trade, eaya:
' Kven admitting the strong posi
tion of the American as well a the
foreign market, sheepmen must re
member thai there is a limit at
which eastern wool dealers can op
erele profitably, and at which mii
ufsdurers are likely to buy do
mestic wools are near the import
ing point, and it would not be judi
cicu to force tbe later to become
too accustomed to foreign wools "
Home contracting is still being
done in Idaho, where in the I ida
Springs district il is said thnt a
I'hiladalplna firm lately picket! up
10.000 fleeces at !..' rents
to reported thai 10)1,000 pound of
Utah wool was cont-artrd for re
st THeesr St 1. 1 I .is
IsM ey PeMk Ue4s CetMasrivt
UlSrlll tlllll It.
i ii-l hes-'y
to any i
son v I o srll I r r living
If nol satisl money
lot, k ' p The
Hv a vole of tt to 4 Ih House i ,,. n
puhlie lands comanittee v..'
tame ine mil to repeal the limhei , trn. ,.,. ,i ,
niel stone set and substitnt. th. .,,,, ., .,,,,. Ul,do lo i.
for lsw.fcsulboriiing the sale ,,f ,,, , , , (l ,,.,
msuire public .Umber at It. ip ecres near Hs.bile Hulls with ore-
wild grass standing.
iis a h.n'-i and . I'i
pned value. Ths action ol the
eojnmillee i in line with II Mil i.
n the lat t'.inerees, siel it
kills Hie endiiii( bill,
which was inilored h ill. 'i
dent St.. I by the Public l.nno I
mission The committee's ai
maker, ii impossible to bring lie
hill up on the floor of the home,
even for ducussion
It i vihe that Chairman
tacev, who fstor the tipesl of lie-limlx-r
00 1, mav sk uosniinon
con, ni to discharge his ommithe
from consideration of this bill nn.l
in Ih it wiy hiingif into the H
hit single objection aill
Ihi" move, nnd there i- liula ,,r...
peel llnil the bill ceil be pniishieretl
Tbe siiion of the hoiiae committee
mean thai a similar bill, if passed
It is al ''"' ,'", oeeins probable.
would he likewise killed in the
house .- in-iiiii.T. because of lie
IIMIN 1 tl I
I ' I'se
-' I'. Av. Cj
OF BURNS. OREGON.
A tieicral Rank in Business Trafsactei
tmft at A mt pxtf.
WE WANT YOUR BUSlNBSi.
i i ic i i i i,
J.d.n l I'.
0 I llslne.
e -er -ee lrnciv
be iiuiauied t this I
RaKI'R COUNTY MIR
Th.- iiiemliers of l he linker (
csntly at 21 cent by a Ht Louisop-'""rw",m "" '"J"'T -lainei it
srsior In Arizona the Imiring of
the present clip continues with 'JO
cents the average price Doe lot of
aiiiin... I.-.. . .1.1 I.. i .L l ne iiicinii-irn ol Hi linker I oiiu
F,'e nt niiiius wbi ei iaj- -w-eev t
at 21 1-2 tienU and 22 cent wa. re- T r",r " MH "-" raewung
fused for ad,.. oftel.iHUIoou.ids "l "" """' ,f S""'"V.'
Th easier., in trkel- sre h.l.litm Tties.l.y nlgbtOrsf filed upon
upingootlalyleand the lie tlm., J ' ""
isbeliev.Ml io have riff Ill the lhs-
liottom .r price- tliifcl tri llllj '' i,. o i..,h. t,i ,. ...
ily beooiiitng smaller .t- the noils " Jl,1 -' ' s.,1 I ainht.l. lie i.
make libera! purcha-e. Aooonl- will Ih-one barii.. ,t ..,.., I, ,ly
ing to Ibe latest advices some small l,)" rNl "(lU" P'-ft'sin give,,
line of Oregon Valley wools Still ovet to the sprintes In conjoin
remaining in Hm ll.-ion market "" iHi ibe raoe cards there will
are being taken al 2M 'M cent, be a big vamUille fJMPMal each
Kaslern Oreeon slaobi and clothms Jay. Ibe deleil. ol which will
wools ale not to tie obtuiiied there
Even tainted money may makc
a tidy sum.
The nearer a man jjcts lo (an r
the smaller it looks.
(Jui itb-u ul u miserable man il
a unset who is in love.
Truth is stranger than fiction to
the average inained woman.
Time is niont-v, bui it's beltci
lo be in a hurry than broae.
Only one kind ol women tlo th i
care lor pi city iiuii.ea de-ut
Man hopes lot the best, but
woman intuits ho
th" detail of -.hid, Will I
norke.loiil Inter To look 'after the
taiious features of ibis program
i committee consisting of J It
Koger. M. I Bond and H (
rell, weie uailied
The regular esiMMilion and pro
gram is scliedul.il fi Heptenkw
Kol tlnse.eiit some early
cloaing slake will shortly be an
nounced Tbe date i pen U.r
I .-l. in Oregon. Hasten, Waal,
ington and Idaho circuit I. a
lirande, Walla Walls, laisnn
and Boise, following u, th.
ii, in ., I Huntington Herald
Kmi-I'ili. I Paai-r
An Uleetrsii . t .. this
l i irain.
Iowa "Tie II
. i .
i . I in to. I.
i In. .el
At at iim P., eh w
-i Cask lav at
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Illl I oil I IM,
W Solicit Vou" Banking Huainaci.
-im KIMI I" I
I'll 1 1 '
Miller. I rank It OaA
I a aerial I i . Ilki it VJ
bl aa;iii in t
1 ..I 'tie Mee
ef a emu (Ittln aoas initnlrt-ia ef
oillea as sini i wiM-t le
frt fWli I. el a '
Ure ti i t "
OM.ni In l.n '
estmeiNT w e
m a fowtt'i
lie Law Star
MBALii AT ABU HOHI
BsiWary in onnHon
A Satcially ( bawrt Irain.
a' ' fu ul, every thing
the m'. it M patron
Sge nln it. d
first national Bank
CAI I . IDAHO
A Ocncral llmikm - Itu , i 1 r.in-acted T
tltlil'!- ItK.i-lN'1 I V Ii
.tale to travel, poet signs, odverli.
e tx aii,,les of our good I
alsrv IT ' i-r uionth I'll''
suinellliu ,, ,l,v fl)f eipenoes. ItDVAI.
HUPPLY Co, Depl W Clilc.g
A woman is never satisfied uu
til hei liiisiiaod u rated in the Having sold the furniture hui
so. iety blue book. A Hyrtl will now turn hi
Some ivri.ple in, airuie th.,t ih. "enu.m io painting ami ,.,- i
are never talked shout
tbey ntver hear il Chuan
because Icnngiug and solicits a share
pBironsge Mr will -I-.. ,
duet a cabinet and repair simp
s i !
. -as- a,
i I e
I i IOOL Oft,
THri CARTI M HOUSE.
II ln s II IN
VI Wlo, OR! . N.
Plre-Proaf, AWcHlern, lileiant.
Watta Sj.iiu nnd $i go per day.
All Outside kooms Near Depot
This modern new Intel .s, mil ) open. I in ibe
publn ii i iti peopl. ijra wrlVwaM
,ml xlllllli.ll.l) .
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
B Hoaam Mi i...,m f
Napton &. Boyd
leal tslatc. Niecs end Mlilnf. i
W I-.,.. . Oat, 'laoeiis. A
B ., ..ti. . . j
A lively Tnaste
with thai o!d enemy of tbe rate
oonslipaleoii, often ends lu apian
dicili Tu avoid ,11 seiiou trot,
hie with stomach, l.ver and le.wel
Uke Dr King's New l.ifs Mb
They perfectly regulate tbeee or
gat,, without iu.ii, ur diseomfuri.
'I'm: at City lrug .U.re
A Sckat.fii wtalcr,
One of tbe peculiar phenomena of
oature can now ls aeeu along the
east ojig of While Lake. There is
a ridge of ioe thrown uo along lue
side of the lake from two to five
(eel high in the shape of the roof of
1 1 eland lo itn credit a house which resembles a dike
uiuke Buck, an, Arnica Halve a thrown up by the baud of turn.
tin) laud under the public bind sciunlilic wonder, it cured K K At the pier it is noticeable Tbe
is and take their own chances as Mulfoni. lecturer for ibe I'.ttrons of ice hoe lifted the piles out Of ibe
a- . . , . . .. . I .., . I. , J -J , J ..- ,
leciii inc sulhcieiii wilier lor irrl nusiianury, yy ity ncsuoro, ih. ui t grouuu anu uesveu ine pier uu
Ion purposes uisires-ing cnos ol piiue it tieals uignt teet in one piece until it is
fhis selection was made in I'.HJ-' Mum., Sores, I5o;Ib I iuera just the shape of a roof Tbe only
iiAS been u greut hindriuice tu cut", burn. , t'hilbiuius and salt expiaimliou of this phenomena is
I settlement ufthie vitlltiy as it is rheum Only 2c at The City that tbe action of the south wiud
tlcuUr and tor m. II v
the author Hi
upphui for patent. Gould, or
lid home seeker tnke such
Lnoaw, or would they put', r tak
are a aee w Ice.
E. N. NELSON
Mm a - 14 . .
Watchmaker and Optician.
Second door north of pout office.
The Finest of All .n
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
for bk aaJ ai
Hotel Burns Bar
Agents, Rums, Ore.
MasT'KollM.i I Hm.Im.h -
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
I RIM H
Wines liquors an. I Cigars.
Billiard and Pool .ablet.
Club Rooms in Connection.
six tsoaro.wusOM 4 s. i a
utuei avuilaiilu laud. At the Urng Store
crowd the ice toward this side
fJaaMs.ayfrtci ooey fce eelen
mlUftont Uceae I ae
even by perootw
EauUaVi J IT P KTm AM
MDTU11U JL l ia AIL-,....
Over boo f M 9m4
aeelfie. M 1 t-""'-
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T I W V
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OtUNUSit lT l eoti,t t i.tr'AN i
1. L UWIS
ftH tU.., laraaa
la atitat aWring
.-.. ae, Maint.
AtLrr?AoOAR THE TIMES-HERALD.
Burns, Oregon Job Printing.