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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, 04CKN M A Y 2t, iWAW''
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THE PRIMARY ELECTION
FORM Kit HAKNKY COUNTY
MAN HUVtt HTOIIK IN HMMKTT
able On Amendments;
Big vote ror cms.
A recent prean nolico appearing fn
tko Bolno ,Cnplta,l Nowh under an
Kinmott ilnfe.itne 't'oH tlikt M. Hor
ton, ionnorfy 6f thin city, fms pur
clmaoil a hardiVR Au K"cdry bul
ncflH In Knifh6iu tlici Block bolng Vulu
od nt ?30,000. l'ociuioii lu to )hj
Klvon July lfltt v
Mr. Ilortoit vrllda lli'fl uliop that
they lmvo nlno liOUKht them 11 real
duiico in Kiiimott Nt(iil oxpoot to muku
STOCKMEN'S lOdVliNTION HAKNtY COUNTY PW
IS PRONOUNtiii) SUCCESS NEER REUNION JUNE 12
Officers of ABfiociHtjon And Entire Dy DiVoiec1 To '1 he
Visitor PltiA3id: Beat' i Entertainment of Our
IfAHNBY CX)UNTY VVV11M WIIO
VAHHKU EIGHTH GKADK KXAM
olllclnl count linn boon com
of th prlnmry election in this thor )toW(J myv)itK llioru tho Int
. ... .rl t)m riMitillu nrn plvntl lm
Meeting Ever Held,
Evorv mnuiiutnont rocoivou u
v I . t Hfitnnn trtir
Till: AI KNDMKNTH .
Riti-ndtnir Eminent Domuls
No - 214
Per Out Hod IndcbtedMCH
No .. .,,....:w..;v....v34?
t I .. ..
' rmccuifor te . Gerumer
( Yf , .J; 2
IMBticr KdiicaUoiua Tux Act
Ym o 2 1
t No 301
nvmirm bjmoi ivoivnm' nut
llllud Hdiool Tax'
Ym 7 O
1 V9 Mf I MM
I No -.194
Mcatoa to tho Republican Nat
m Mprnmnnt . 191
S. Btowurt 142
1 noyd 213
R. Dutlcr 1 217
E. Compton 138
JL Carey -...OS
I. Harrison 146
M. Hlckey 74
K. Kollock - 65
Id Macdonald 214
C. Marls -...169
Defegntfti from eocond congresulon
J. Cooper 279
Z. Donnell IB2
II. Hrooko 448
CtDdldatei Tor republlcunnonili)-
HI U' Inliniinn tlT.
rd Wood 164
Idato for republican nomina
V.lMJl lAIUt I I
Orant Webater 143
C. Oeorso 256
t 0 Hondco 229
"CO It UOICI1K1BB a0
8- Iva'.b', .
Old l iijie Families.
' .. . ....
"In point of Interest uiul attend-' Tho unmml rounion of tho Harjioy
o-nco. tho convontlon JiibI clonud l;i County IMoncer "Annoclatlon will bo
I.. . . . ... . . I.. tt.l. ..It., . .1
tor purt of Juho, Ho wrltoa tho 1,10 "c''1 ' 1,10 "itory or tno ahroc- '" ' 1,1,8 ' u" ouiuruny, jun
latch Hiring wlIUlWyn o out to nny fnilon," said I'roaldont Win. I'ollman. . -.v
... . ... ..... . ......... Mnl It ntf I nlln urlilM.t 'n.tI.IAI.Y
wvunoBtiny muriuiiK noioro uikiiir w..T. .i, jiiuniwit.
his doparturo for hln hoind at Llukor, 0l 1,10 AwiocluUan, called a inoot.nK
followlriB tho wovonth annual conven- together at ThoTlmon-lIerald onico
Hon of tho Caltlo & Horao HalnorB " ThuwiUy Yenlng of thin wook
Assaclatlon of OreRon. "Tho pro- nd eltcled mm cowwltteea to nr-
gram was one of tho inoiit Initructlve "Bo for tkiMlHf rounion. ITtw-
and bonoflolal ovor given at any con- ,dont .KulkB,l the 'Coraaerclal
vontlon; tho delegate, were In Iholr C"'B M;Netiieraiica aa
Harnoy county frleml who mlht
como that way.
Mr. Horton's frlomlu lu thh sec
tion hope ho will find IiIh now ploeo
not only pluaaaut but prolltablo.
ANOT11BH riNKKH CIIOflHKH
THK GRKAT DIVIDK
home In thfa clly at i oclock oa laat
VVtHlnwday aaornlng following n
akrt tU: ' Mr.' Tonal waf appar
ently welt "Jttal aifew''aaya ago but
tok ;delr HI Monday arid rap
Idly grow worse, the Immediate catino
ot kte AtxHk, was cerebrlal , hemor
rkafl.aM: prlyal of tho res
piratory BHKlee which waa Mjlow
ed by pnetata. Upon hla phyal
clan being 'called It wan foad he wan
in a vory wY phyalcally, from
several implications and' waa not
able to wlthataad any dlaeaio.
Deceased had been a resident of
tkta county ataco 1884. Hu wiw
orn In the Province of Ontario,
261 Qlencary, CQMn,ty, Canada June 215,
1863. Tho family moved to canr
ornla while M waa an infant and
there heTfrew'0 tnanhoojU-. Ho wan
married In 1,881 In thfe city and In
Hurvlved -by Wwlfe and x ohlldron:
! Clarence, AVIltlam, Hani, Jamon Joo
!und George. Me U also aurvlvcd by
P. Ohton ,.110hlH mothar ant puobrptherkwho ro-
Rand 35ljs!do In Tayloravllle, Callforute.
Tho funeral will bo heiq, thin, ai
tornoon, Interment being juadaln Hie
Durna cemetery, Two of hi fonn,
William andJaniaa, wera away at tho
time ot hla doath, the fomer WlBar
in California and tho latter in, tho
O. A. C. at Corvallls. Hla daughter,
llkk llasel, waa also ln48aeraento,
California but they have alt arrived
home and will attand the funeral.
George Young waa an energetic
man and had boon actlvo In tho af
faire of this county ovor alnco ho wa
a" young man. Ho wan a candidate
for county assessor our yeara ago
and again at tho recent primary olc
tlon doing defeated . bpth tlpica 1'
John h. Caldwell. Jlr. Yotum was.
an aggroaalvo man and alw.ayB ready J
to Htnnd up for. wdut ho conslderca
right. Ho waa a member of (ho Har
ney County Pioneer Association and
waa ita necrotary at tho tlrao of bin
Hla bereaVed family bavo the.rtn
cere nympathy of tho ploaeer peo
ple of thla county -where they are
all well known. f,f , .
seats in greater number tkH over Jiia.ywaiMproftwutiTO to attend
l.i, f nrn utA T da1lv w .iMIMMihiJl thk00044orfj(to aOOOrUlH Whatrtti
moro real good" to the weaaherahlp loaoow , if alajt, thor way ofaW
than over before." operation, froW ho club. 1
Thin wan gratlfylnt to the reprea-" ftm M the program thla
entntlvo of thla paper with) whom Mr. - ,wlH )W time muale h
Pollman waa talking aa It meant that ploheor nlnger remfnlaceat Ulka by
Jlurna had made good In lta effort to ocral of the older ploiteera, aporta
(ako caro of the big atato organlaa- for tho old, and the children,-a
tlon and that It waa found even bet- Vlmle dinner on tho epurt house
ter BUlted for such a convontlon than lawon ',J tHe W wilh,
had been expected. .pioneer danceat Tonawama.
HecreUry Corroll exprossod him-! The commltteea appointed are:
self aa agreeably, nurprlsnd nt tho MualcMrs, Madge Loonard,
hiannor in which tho dolegntoH had Ju,la nyn, J- K LKgan. y
boon cared for during their nlay aiM BponkcrH fllraon Lewis, Leon M.
the hospitality of Durnn wan really I'rown.
frontlor In lta character. Mr. Corroll Hporta Julian Dyrd, Ella Luckoy.
also voiced hla appreciation of tho Heretofore the annual reunion ban
roHulta accompllHhod at tho meeting Wn0 t 4th ot July celebra
and pralsod the clntVac(or of enter- tlon tlmo but an thin divides tho at
tainment furnished tho visitors. tontlon -3f the cltlzonu of IluniH,
"Absolutely tho best mooting ovor there being aotnany visitors on Huch
hold by tho Association." waa tho occasions an, ot necessity a varloty
way Treasurer Duby oxprossed hlm-t oiitortaliioJent for diversion; for
aUlft ' that reason U'was nuggented last year
Fortunately tho town was enual tht a permanent dato for thu hold
to tho occaslpn of caring for tho vl- '"K of the annual rounlona bo fixed
Horn, having' furnished all cconsary a"1 at tt Uwo whn tho pioneers
houelng and food In a satisfactory niKht havo tho undlvldod attention
way. Tho storago portion of tho of I5ur1B cltlftono. Upon a voto tho
Burna Oarngo waa made Into a big "end Saturday In Juno wan mado
dining room and those who weto the, permanent date for holding these
served at that place report tho best Kather!ngn. - i . y
of aervlce and good, welt cooked -"vMatloaa are going to be Bent out
food. In fact some of the offlcenTof to ov,ry Plwwor who haa reglstereit
the Aaeoclatlqn stated that they had l C6B" to thla reunion ad n(o tell
aa(n ti.r- 'ilmo.l Mcluslvelv dilr- ochthat they are te Invito any oth-
Ing their atay In towri and Jhat thoy r wo ellglbk, to.memWshln
ntiver had better meals anywhern,
Tho charges were also reasonablo.
School Supt. Clark has furnished
us wltn tie following list of pupils
wso were successful In tho' eighth
grado examinations in this county:
Those Receiving Diplomas. ,
Kdward Urown Dint. 1
Adolph Hyrd " "
Hal Jtlbbarct " "
Fulton Miller " "
IJurhs McGownn " '
Tod Oltman " ' "
BJjoJby Peterson " "
Motllson ItlcliardBOii " "
Carroll Skfonn ' "
Herman Bperllng " ' "
Arthur Thornburg " "
Willie WlHoman " "
Jamos McCullock " "
Edgar Dent " "
Joeeph Young " "
Rhhy Comiibell " "
Graco LomVu ' , "
Iluhy Owalef .w," "
Nellie Parker "
Amy Randall "
little Good low '
Henry O. Hill
Anna Waddel Dlst. 60
STATE CHAMBER ASKS
AID OF BURNS CLUB
Representative Here Fom
Portland to Discuss Plans- -
For State Campaign.
Anuouncemont of a stnto vldo
campaign that will bo conducted by
tho Orogon Btato Chamber of Com
morco and tho part Uurna and Har
ney County Is to play In the state
wldo movomcnt will bo outlined llilo
ovonlng at a special mcetlni; of tho
Board of Dlrootorn and E.icculfvo
Commlttoes of tho Duma Commercial
Club at 8 o'clock at tbo club rooms
by Jumca 0. Stafford, repreMont
I n g tbo State Chamber w h o
visited Duma In connection' with a
survey or the nUte now In progn:
that will proceed the Intensive or
ganlzation work of next month.
The campaign, Its purposes and
alms, will be discussed at length by
Mr. Stafford, and the local' loaders,
several of whom, Interviewed earlier
in the day, having expressed much
Harnoy Interest In the plans of ''tho Bin to
" j Chamber. A local executive cominlt-
Crano tee, with a chairman will be selwlcd,
which will cooperate with other elites
Drewaey 1 the state In thla state-wide niovo-
DrewBey ment. Tho Oregon Stato Chamber
Durns of Commerce haa undertaken plotM
m to play an important part In tho fill-
Andrewn uro dovolopmont of tho State. Funds
Durns will bo raised to carry on an oxtonslvb
program of activities.
Baddlobuttta Irrigation and reclamation dovel-
Many of the homes In town were
who may not be registered. For
Instance, these who,' had; not readied
In Harnoy cuunty for a period of thlr-
opencd to tho visitors and because pf 'ourH ,al somoh may bo quail
expecting moro people thnn camo od UiIh year; Tho aame holds In ro
ihey wore nil provldod for In that ro- 8nuct thi children who woro born
anect most comforlably. Additional tH,n counly. Any who havo In
deda had deo arranged for lu tho 0010 thirty yonra of ago thla year JnnW! ,,,irrU i,yHoloRy
Lynn Dowera Dlat. 2 BurnB opment, tho improvement or hlKli-
Jamea Rethorford Dlat. 26 Princeton ways both main trua Hue sysb-mo,
Vera lletherford " " " county para)aW and, post roads wilt
Wesley Hamilton Dlat. 63 Denlo h o given afpejiai consideration,.
Dollvan Dorenbaugh " 45 " through tho establishment of ulmln
James McCollough Dlst. 5'l Dockloy Istrativo offlcos to promoto movo
Ooographyiand Pltyulology aro tho motitn, and loglalutlon looking lo
followlng: ,ward tho rapid dovolopment of ox-
Honry Baker (both) Diet. 1. Durnn Wing and proposed projects.
Dessol Tyler Physiology " " " An advertising campaign to ct
Ellen Reel " " " " I forth the opportunltlcn to bo rotimi
Ruth. Patterson (both) "
JoNie Qrinkwatef Geography".' ',
IJonnlo qrantnor Geo.
Dlst. 13 Drowsoy
' Dlst. 13 Drdwucy
Charles' Cra'ninor Qoo.
MA Grade Graduation
N. Stun f.' Id 258
Tho oxerjclttCH in connection with
3fi0 itho graduation of tho eighth .grado
-Wi 'qiaiw from tho public school worO
.Sfl&aSnViira tho' 'jit-boor K'udirorlu.m lra.;
i ovonlng and a largo number or tho
270 paionM and PHtropp.' of thomhoo'l
aro ontUlcd to niomhnrHhlPi
The liloneors aro also (o bring
thoir entire fanillles to thla gather
ing. Although tho children may not
bo ollglblo to inouihortfhlp, thoy aro
welcome to tho gathering and win bo
glvon entortalnmont. Tho plcnfc
dlnnor la to bo furnished bytho
poneora themselves, each family
hlnnn ttnll.rv fltlnil tin .ffimnv f.fllim
fit.vu uuiitt) ., w... . .
shlro in tho Fry building and thoro,
woro also nomo touts put up but It
was not necessary to occupy thorn.
Managor Charloa Faulkner has not
mado a report of tho financial end of
the entertalnmont but It Is under
stood there 'was amplo money provid
ed for tho entertainment of the
guests that is whon it is all collect
mi in. Mnul nt ttin huHlRAM dousna
r Hums contributed toward this f tttl old fashioned plchlo dinner.
fund but it Is rearotablo that Boma pioimer, business firm In
who prpntodfmost directly from th P1"" ' tturhlsh a prlao fr
MMrfntlon vjaltorn did not put up. a. v-,"v""
oai'f toward thin ontortalnmonL ocjM'nJ'M.t.tmy fja fo6t race, a pit)-jn-ovldo
for thoir comfort. Howovcioatlng contest, ganio - of marble,
that Is not now. Many of tho local' horsoshoos, -wortiiiQ Bport; Thpov
AlUin Ciunon Geo. Dlst. 4,
Stovn llakopanoa (both) " "
Louter Thompson Geo. " "
Annlo Craven '
Rpycoo Ofllcer t(both)
Truman Cheek Geo.
In Oregon and encourage land nnttte-
rment, and to encourage, tourist trav-
Barns el, also will be developed. Ad nil a-.
Istratlon methods to promoto tho ex
tension of rallroadn refund on tho re
clamation fund; cooperation with ni
rlcultural, lumbering and block raid
ing interestn, and nuraornuK other
proji'cts, the developraout of which
will bo of Incalculable value to tho
Mr.' Slanord was nwuroc! b'v local
loadirs with whom he talked today
, Uiul tho Commercial Club of Hums
: would respond to tho efforts of tho
Nnrrqwn Slnto Chamber of Commerce, nnd
Crauv 'hat burnt and Harnoy County
P jmii.u '.K ...sr.s
Shnjott .'. 299
I woro present to wltnosA tho oxor
lelHus. , ,
The program consisted of two'vlo
lln diiota by Hazel Owsley and Gladyu
'nvrd. a vocal solo by Mrs. Nolllo
- - wiuiuuiuiiu if Tinoi . n. DaYunnflBO HOIO DV llOWUr
i . '
"uuu " Reed and an auurea to jne ciaaa oy
r1 58 Rov B B( Hughes. Mr, Hughes gave
r' 3om - v l7) the chlldron a fine talk; CharleB M.
A. Kozer 167 VimlUnnr nt thn HP.hndl tiflard lire-
l-H-'kloy ...88 , I thn llnlnmnu 'fh'ri Vradun.tfla
Vprnnu ri an ..... . . .
-.uui. i uiguun viu,ii nh nna.infi itr unma vnrv fa n-
'Utlce of SuDrome Court. l ..i..n n.,oi vowioin
iui nnii tnuniiinir lnruieiiL or ise rriH
L. Honaon , fWrn that waa not down on the lint,
uiii"" I . iinrriu M'A'.z . ..ia.
, gau on uouaii oi me ciass a iokbii
awwu VfiiiiiuiiiiDiuMvii w nnniAA otinn r.i ti 1 naioflm in triiir
Hawlfiv 471 i .aU1
Public tjervlco Commlfialoncr. ,.,tu on0MVni wiri.
Mip Willi iiuua vbfvM
I'Upir , 171 T. T n.h VgxUwa nmTiUm
Cort t 39C nifnnlMliln T.nvn ntiri .Tfiilli.
M Jiurioy , ii
rt i.riiiiiiuii in
1 fipmo men nro bo nverso to recog-
v tanuuu , .....i. 7.i n,nf ,, f.,ta llml Ihnv nnnti
V EUIa 009 " f . , ".Ji ......
. (Continue' on page four.)
itockmoii Bubscrlbcd llbornlly to tho
Tho excursion train up from On-
ti.rlii tirmii'lit Homiithliiir nvnr sixty
of tho dolosatoa who wonjf mU atfor.tlilJ dance' yhatover, tho music li
Crane bv automodllea from thla city K"lg to bo donated tho Hamo aa tho
and brought to Hums that ovonlng., hall, among tho muaiclnna to con
Tho qommorclal Club wbh mado trlbuto thoir servlcoa aro .Ora Hill,
headquartera whoro tho aoveral com-Mtoht. Drlnkwajor, Gab Rush, Bhert
mlttoen had reprosonlatlvos nnd thol' aoodmnn, ' Mra. Goodman, Dell
vlsltora were takon thoro to register Wbblo, Loo Caldwoll, Julian llyrd.
and aaslgncd rooms. To privileges of the floor will bo
Monday morning found aeveral restricted to registered ploneera
i,...iwi lninjrAtoa roadv for thq wearing badgoa. No "hlfoolotln"
opening session at 9:30, tho conven
tion bolng called to order at that
hour by the president.
Several ontortalnlng numbers
were intersporsed In the business of
tho sessions during both days, thu
Syncopated Trio furnishing orchos
tra music; tho Ladies' Sextette, tho
high school girls' quartotto, male
quartette, and among othors Mrs. N.
V, Reod, and Waldo Ooor rendered
vocal solos; Mm, O. M, Faulkner
gavo a roadlpR both at tho conven-
bringing baskets of good things to M(,pJon McCoough (botU)
uuu Hilary wim muir iicimuor, ni(l ril wVvinv
Frances Doatty (both) Dlst, 53 Donlo
Jtalph Hat, Physiology 45 . "
Ruth Winn (both) Dlst. 20 Catlow
Jamea, MoLwod Goo.. " "
Mary'Wickort " " I' '.'
MaVoI Bwott Goo, Dlst. 1. . Duma
Mrtry Wolcemo " V, " ,.. .",
A$m Kr.ugor ' "
Itbsello Reod (both). " "
will bo ouuouucod later whnn.th?
program lias been mde up,
J'hcCdAueo Is to bo.(,rlctly a pion
eer affair. Thero Is to bo no chnrgc
could bo' rolled upon to do hor sliara
with other communities of Oregon.
Other representatives ot tho Stat)
Chamber will visit Durns later and
Princeton completo tho organisation work for
tho state wide movement, which it la
Princeton declared will benefit every section of
Hirney County National!
ThoHarnp,) Countjj'atlonal IlankV
has increuaod lta Capital and Surplus
to, ?100,.00Q..00 upder 'authority from
Htopa will "go" Fox trots and shim
mies bnrrod, U'b going to be ono of
those old tlmo dances with quadrllls,
polkas nnd tho like,
Tho Times-Herald will give, further
details of thla program next issue,
5 1U;KI ICIAL HAIN MONDAY
Tho rain utorm last Monday made
fit rather disagreeable to convention
i visitors and thoir hosts, but It was of
hugIi groat bonpllt that no ono wn
I l.nnril t(i rniniilnlii. Tt wna n trnnil
tlon rioaslon and at tho rocoptlon ()ftU ; rft,n thftt ho, , Ul0
given tho Visiting ladlOH during Mod-'uid rnnco Immensely. ' ' 1
L ... . 1 li .1 .......( --r.
(lay aiiorminn, jiv niu iiuncu kivuii
tho flrst ovonlng at Tonawama eov-
A wish gratiflod In no longer a
It haa .lost Its charm.
John,-Ulggn Physiology niBt. 1, burns ij,0 Comptroijor oi
navid. Fowior " " ,
John Mo()erhead " . " " ,
Slurt Randall " " " "
LooRoed " "
HcrherfWhltlng " " "
Wilford Racino "
Carol Jordan ' ' "
Ellen Ward (both) Dlat. 44 Drowsoy
Jesato MoMullon Goo. " " "
Ruby McMullen " " " "
Lola Dunten " " " "
Turen Dunten " '
Laur, Brooks " . " V . "
Vivian Gearhar,t " " " . "
Bmma KUsltiger Pbyatolegy
Dlst. 10 Suutox
Pat Taylor Physiology Dlst. 2. Burna
Ivan Lowe " " "
Leslie Culp Physiology Dlat 17 Lawon
Frank Otley (both) Dlst. 15 Lawon
Washington,,, received by tolegroph
tho twenty-fourth instant.
Tho action loolklug to an Incroaso
of Capital was takon at tho annual,
mooting ot tho Stockholders of tho
Bank In January, the incroaso to
tako placo at onco.
Application for tho proposed in
croaso was mado to tho Comptroller
and all preliminaries were completod
under direction of tho Board ot Di
rectors. Tbo present Stopkholdera
of tho financial Institution have sub
scribed for tho additional stock.
Deposits of tho Bank havo steadily
grown, and tho business warranted
and increase in Capital. Tho state
ment of May fourth sjiowed doposlta
ot ovor Bovon Hundrod Thousand,
Tho Offlcsra and Directors of tho
Othnlel HnyoB Goo. Dlst, 18 Lawon nnni nro Frod Haines, P. O. Toter-
ifGBBlQ iilllOy UOO, JJIHl. O UUIlia
Huael Taylor " , , " "
: O- . O-
( A,nd stl)l It is qtto Bafo for tho
mllljonalre to woar ovpralla, Thoro'a
always a lino of distinction botween
the'creaBe and the groase.
boii, J. 1. Rocior, uenry uauuu h
Loon M. Brown.
Yob, wo may llvo for years without
knowing tho truo hearts of our nqgh
bors, but thoir families and tho.tr
dogs and thoir cats' do,