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Harney .comity's rc.vcourcffiWo '
attracting (Ho attcnUoii . of , tlio
cnttro Wt. hrigatlon, nt6cfc
valuing, mines, oil ami, gas pro
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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON JUNES, 1920
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m.i.kiii lit uniii
"STUNTS" AT REUNION
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Have Attention Forenoon
Spoils to Follow.
fct.nil anil modest wavs
.Thecoi mltteo In clinrgo of nrrau-
nnU . i tho Hnrnuv CouiUv Pit).
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r jis.t iiiiiuii to Jtuiiiiih iiiiiika
tine r a very ItM orjjHtlnK tlniu.
t a m fl Ml, 1 tf tt tat 4 It rt
ci iK hod will kIvo a prlio of
c traitor fop n "stunt" to bo
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.urn u'lll lift ten rU nil mita iliirlui
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il xsii him Jini'imri iu uiir
vv s 4 htiBbundt (V -pioneers
t If dame, -Ijpi the modern
.Uiu it nrn nnf cifnir .tn lin
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l. f .. m, . Ill M.f f 111. iiiaI . i
. f .i with lluvwn'V 1. Ililrnii nf
foro "bears" thoy
1 a ..a a at. ..a .1.. a..h
COIUSIUIIIUt'tl IU IlllUIIU I.I1UV liillll-J
to B.t on tho "bench" ami ht
to be nny "coro to the npplo"
' t . .
Other '' y'urc of tho uay will bi'
ifcort tir-Brim Just uroro uio lo-
dlnnfr which win consist or inu-
by th pl'incorj nnd tholr chll-
rcudmKi romlnlHccnt talkd'. bv
cUkr nicmbcrs who will tell of
Iodlnn war of 1870; ncbooi raoti-
i. . ii . . i
Will 00 U1HCUSHCU mill L'UUJjittlvtl
... . .
of KradlBg puplla; crops of
early days, attempts at agrlcul-
tho discouragements and con-
a banket -.of dinner wh'.ch will
ifrcau upon ia lawn ai inu couri
yard and all take part In. It
uderitood tho Burns Commercial
will auuraont this dinner by rur-
I m t. .t .1 I. t 1 M
i n f unmn nrim. iiriniii miiii iiullhi
coffoo, but othorwlBO tho tucm-
tbe nntlrn ilAtiills.
IflTitatloiiH .have boon sent,' out n'
KtlriK Bocretary tp all wno navi
Mice addrotig. and lhln lBTltatlon
who aro uliKlble for member-
mat thuv bn (intended an lnviui-
to join. The Association Ji
for the purpose of good fel-
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. a . m .. .. a a 1 . ..
HiMiaia .vara www.w
of lucldBRtabx f,Sfl-itl eaoh
far their own badge. These arai
peVruuutnt use of the Individual
bJon3 to thm after thoy aro I
10 Iftltii mull ' Vi ,
ANb" ENGLISH, TOO
Captain ImH at ChautMuaua Presents
Nonnnn Allub 'fmrle, staff lectnrcr
with the I'dncnUoiiijI 8Lrv(co,of thu Ca
nmllnn nrmy In franco and later at
tached, to tu AntOrlcan army of oc
iMipiitlnn as Kjicclnl. It'Cturor, la a man
lltted In ovory.n for tlio (ilscnsfm
of tho vital MihJnc't or'Il.;ltlh.Amorl
ouii ichitlonK. llH Icclurd at Chun-
SCHOOL REPORT HAS
Children Start and Finish the
Grade School Under the
BG STOCK, CONCERN
BUYS RANGE LANDS
Prtnclpnl Sutton'a atuutal report of
Irrigation PrcJect Responsible
For InvMtment' in Harney
County by Stanfiel'd.
"If wo aro goltiK'to continue In tho
SSSSSaSKKP " VulSBSSSSSSSSSSS
nmiua n tho xamo um tho ouo
Jollvi'icd to both artiilo abroad with
jirtYptlohal auccofS. "tfoiun I'olltlca
;'rohlviri icli'K t'nclo Sam and John
will." ThM firlllliiiit iounir oillcor has
i lo'ond otfoi)k on aillVSit!ou proh.
i'ntuo an d Ton H t ril t r) y,i v' ' T ,
tha Hchool yohr Just closod HhowJ!lcl biiHlnosn I roallzo wo nuifct own
tiomo IntorcHtltiK thlims. Kovonil 'of j"ir rauiro land." Is tho romark madu
thoso KraduatliiR from thu ulnlitli by II. N. tnnflold of tho aMalhuut'
grido this year Btartod thulr school Mvo- Stock & Land Co., rocunljy
liro at tho oppulitR pf tho pronuitt huii closing tho deal for noma 38,
school bulldliiB following Us erection 0 ncrort of rango land In tho vlcln-
in 1912. Mr, Sutton bogun his 1 " "f uck. Mountain from tho Ore-
ilnMnu mi nrlnrlnul nl Mint 1 1 ill it nnd kOU & Western Colonlfiitlnn f'n
Iihb been t tho head of tho school I Mr, Blanneld wired tho Colonlsa-
over ajneo. Several of those gradual-;1'0" Co. that he expected tobo In
Ing, theroforo, wero under his sup- th'U city fdr the etoclimen's tonvon-
urvlalon from tho Jeglnnlng, Wlth J'on when be woujd look over thoir
ono y'dar practWally."l04t 'ilurngranKo land. Jle did not coma hlm-
that period 1)co4iuho of Inlluefita , "ulf hut his brother waa hero to rop-
nuaraullno- laktlng almom an witlro rosont him and aTollowIng his InVoa
mhool yoa'r, 'thou pupils ImVo mtido ligation tho flffo cloned 'up for 8,
au enviable record. .- ucroh." Tills iu slgnincant and
. Another fca'turo.of tho report le j''l'uld bo considered by local stock
pile dleclosuro that Oil now volunion , '"", of this vicinity as It nilpoa.'a
!vor added to thu nchool library ilur-fn" outside stockmen aro coming In
ittiK ttio nchool yenr. During tho this territory and scouring thu
'year tho hoard jipoitt fionm JROO oiir,lBo lamia. It local mon aru to
'improving tlnj school groundlU and continue iu tho'bijBlnoim on (ho same
I'Uirr.juudlnKH and with, tho present I"'1"'0 " tho-past It Is up to thorn
budgi't provision -la mado for addl-Kot raggo land also.
Uonal play ground apparatus which aiannold Interests wero lit
will put -this school on an eiiuiiltractcd to thin section because of the
with any lu tho ontlro stnto. In every, organization or the Irrigation dln
renpect. Inoludliig tho play ground triet. They fool conlldont with tJ;o
pnrttpliornalla.- proper handling of tho wnter and (he
.Mr. Sutton also called .the attoii-Jm'(S,,l"K of 1,1(5 '"'n' to nlfairn ind
thjn of this papur'to thn omission otjo'hor tamo grastrs that thoro a 'a.
tho name of ono pupil frnnf his grad-, !Jeu hero for profitably engaging in
uatlng class on tho list published in i tho stock hiiKltit'fia on a largo scalo.
Hut last Insiio of Tho Thnes-Ilerabl: j'l'lioy want tho sumiuur range lamia
Harry laOggan's naniu failed to ap-l' V"1" ,,t'l,0'1 Ion tho Irrigated
poar as a graduitto. uir"' iu'k "ro o "u winter ihed
.Thu follnwliiir nuolls ranked llrsi, or uicir siock.
. AdLY PRESENTED
W. L. Melllnaer Talks on Moxlcan Sit.
uatlen at Chautauqua.
"Vi L. MeHlilKer nroHenfa at Chnu-
tnuqua oil iho Inst afternoon an nhlo
dlRciiHHn;i of Iho Mexican situation an
It has (misled for several years and an
It cxIstH today. Few mop In America
aro better obulppod for this talk than
W. it, aMclllnger. Ho haa spent many
years of his life on the potith shlo of
John .0, Cwlfkld. ,
ii mL ii
WATER, SEWER, LIGHTS
City Dads Employ Engineer
To Makd the Preliminary
Survey and Report.
In tholr rocioi!llvo gradus'-dtirlng the
lu'nddltlou (ho big tract sold lo
this oonourn tho Colonization Co. Jiao
Another Hnrncy county pioneer
dlod yesterday. John 0, Cawlnolfl
im'ued uYfy f.t his .home In tills city
about 10 o'clock after bn Illness
covering several weeks. 'Ha rtrTt
bad, ,aa attack of Infiuenra and thj
cfivcin with respunnioiD (or nil
.1 aa. ...a. L. 1 . ..'f
uvhiii br ho . taier roniraqiea me
bowel trouble that frequently follows
Induunsa. He felt, better on thu
primary election day than for some
1 1 mo previous and came out to vote.
This was followed by a relupso from
which ho never rallied. His condi
tion had boon desperate for several
days previous to his passing away.
John Owen C,awl(lold was born In
Missouri on November 261855. Ho
later camo with his parontM to Colo
rado whero In, 188.1 bo was' married
to Miss May Dyers and IraiaedlateRy
following they moved to Harney, .val
ley In company' with his. parents and
brothers and ulster,' there, being a big
family the father And mother, one
Bitter .and six boys. Mr.Cawllleld
first settled on a hnmesteadand tried , lnB matter of punctuality, wither
hi each grado
a am oh appear tho standing of thu
iiudHh wero both tho samo crudlts.
Neither absent nor tardy for Iho
ontlro year: Opal Simmons, Doris
MotrhklK mid Present Davis, Unit
grade; Charlotte l'aulluier, Cathrliiy
OlbbH, Loulso howls, Oeorgla Sim
mons, third, gradoj Lylo Could,
Ksther fihopard, tourth grado; Mar
garet Faulkner, Naomi Moon, fifth
grado; Carol Jordan John Mothen
head; Lucllo qpuld, sixth grade Itoy
Brown Kathrine Farre, sevenlb
Mr. Sutton'a report says: "QradBH
two and eight wero not bo fortunate
(Jrado Slumltutt IIhioiicI of othi-r rango and farm
la mm in thlsj-pnrt of tho country
during (he piint fw dltyn. J. C Cecil
of Silver crouk has purchased 046
acres; .W. 11. Johnson, also of tho
Silver creek section, Iiuh 'taken 1280;
,EDI roil HAH A HIG JOH i
Jhe r-n Who edits tho average
111111 t.wt . . I tn Artllf III.
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IT m 1,a lAtinnWiiil
7 iv V rklfUV 1W M W . weM
"i voi jiitnU'MionariauuroB PiUi
bo d ies not "pitch Into" every
that somebody thinks is wrong,
1 fflfil If V. annnbu nut Inn nlnlll
-ww. . aaaa wffcavaaa? w.aw v w ,
on public evils; ho must expect to
other people's axes and turn
Erludstono" hinjself. Still wo
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nn ktn nnptkt ikn Mt in urn n
earnoat man can do the moat
to Iiiu fftlln- man .nitlA Mnutl-
y M. Chumbers, a roprpsentatlvo
'be Put ho Film Exchange motion
Our offico devil has dollverod hlm-
of unother chunk of witless wli-
Ilo says tho way to reduco thu
high cost, " 4 "
farming for a number of years but
latferiBiMreri tmt fawn lu nrdap.that.ibla
chlUrwi'Bkht Ww", the a'ava(4e
6f,( bat, ter' schools. . During" ho years
that roiioweu no engaged in clerical
work more or less, being a deputy
in tho county clerk's 'olllco for alx
years, besides nlllng other places re
(Ulrlp'g tho services of. that charact
er. - Of Into ,yeiru Jiq had boon orn
ployed at variom ocoupatlgila,
'Mr. Cawlfleld is survived by htu
wife and soven rhihl roi: John Qwou,
Chnrles, David, iyjjp. ,nd aul
Cawlfleld aro tho" son's; Mrs. Erild
Oowan and Mrs. KjU Stallard aro
daughters. Ho tyJ.VhW survived by
four brothers: James, Jeff, QeoYgo
and Frank Cuwlfleld, all of whom
wero hero at tho tlmn off his death;
two sisters, Mrs. J, E, Reborts, well
known to the old time, residents, who
resldos at 'Vale, ard Mrs. CloUgh,
who resides at IIoou RlV.
Tho funeral was held "this morn
ing at 10 o'clock tho service being
conducted at the cemetery by Itov.
J. J. Tlcknor.
Harney county lost a good citizen
In the,' death . of John Cawlfleld and
his bereaved family ave (ha sym
pathy of. a wido clrclo of frlonds,
jl, V. Wolborn oTnd wife are ln'town
They fonnqrly rea(dod ;qnK Sljvor
eip,ek but have been' absoiii for tho
putfow yoara spondlng a part of
tho tiinn In. Calif oriiit, also lu Novailo.
TJie Woluorns visited llrltlsh .Col
umbia during tholr absoucc. .
having a pupil who was perfect lu
ttnilMc ,anjj' punctuality for the
year( i u--- .a.ua. w......
f'r the' amount of work done and tho
resujts that have been accomplished."
MOItK TltUCKaS COME
Sovo'ral haw trucks camo In from
Portland tho foro part of this week
to tako up work on tho highway be
ing constructed bqtwoon HuniH and
Lawen. Ono of tho drivers gavo out
tlm'lnformntlon that his machlno
registered Just 404 miles from Port
land to Burns. Thoy camo ovor tho
Columbia highway up by Tho DalloH,
Shaniko, Bond and then acrbsH to
Burns. Tho machine aro big 01103
bu.. bavo good speed as. thoy loft
Portland on Friday, spoilt Sunday
fishing on tho Doschutea noar Bond
nnd arrived In Burns on Monday
Murrlml VodliestbjyrJuo 2, at
tho Suramin hotol in this city, Frank
Matncy and Mrs. Ella Martin, Hor.
Tlckaer of tho Baptist church per
forming the coromony, . Both paruos
to, this marrlago contract aro woll
known to tho cltl-ona of tha com
munity whero thoy have riisldod for
many' years. Their .many friends
wish them u happy and contented
married Ufo, Thoy loft immediately
uftor the. coromony fpr thor moun
tain homo ,yhorp thoy will spond tho,
Hunjincr months. ' . .
Abqruuturl Aranburn, 2500 acres.
Thor' were 'other small acreage v.loa
but theo indloato the tread pf the
big tales, ;,.
COUNTY COUHT l'IKKJKEDI.VtiH
County court has been In session
since last Wednesday. During tho
week road matters bavo had partic
ular attention and thu court expects
to leave this afternoon for an luspce.
tfou trip of some of thu important
parts of tho road construction.
Among other matters disposed bf
Petition of J, II. Anderson for k
road was acted upon and the Toad
Petition for designation,, it the
road from Van to Drowsey and from
thatpolnt on; to tho Malheur county
line towara juniura as a market roan
ana asking for a survey and construe,
tlou as sepn 83 funds were, avallablp,
waft tllod and, the clerk instructed to
inform the petitioners rjhat tho mat
ter would bo taken euro of and con-
.Idc'red in thn. coming budget ' u
Tho principal of therhlgh 'school
was' Uuthorlzcd to omploy sklllnd
belli to make such repairs tind im
pvovetnonts as wore nOrossary'to tho
liilldlug and grounds during tfio va
Mrs. Lack man was given n contract
to caro for tho county poor until
Dccombor 31, 1020.
The district attornoy wns Instruct-c-d'
to tako such action as necessary
to protect tho county ' in recovorlng
thu costs of tho suit instituted' by
O. T. Miller against tho county judgo
and commissioners . IfL tho tirobor
William Hanloy topkr hls depart-
uro Wednosday afternoon for Salt
Lako. Ho contemplates going on to
Chicago later, no duubtNo tako in
tho rebubltcan national conveatlon
and then will go to San Francisco
where the democratic conventioa, is
to bo hold. Mr. Hanley takes a
doop intorest In politic, hut is not, a
"hidebound partisan, Ho was ah
nrdont supporter of President Wil
son thq last presidential oloctlon, al
though ho had alhllated with ho ro
publlcan party oarliui; In Ufo, Ills
improsslons will bo intorosting to
hoar upon his return. ,
(ho Hlo Grlinde and knows Mexico nnd
the MoxIcaiH thOrotd;hly. In tho prt-s-enfatlon
of tho problem Jti that ntormy
little republic he takes a broad and
tolorntit'vlv and will umiucMtlomibly
throw new light 011 It all for you. .
Mollluger tells lutfiiintt stqrles of
Corning!, Villa. hud miuiy oilmr out
standing M'-3:l(-iiiif with whom he bin
been lu - - ml contact.
i. K. Mclhiuicls County Agent
Do It now.
Save yourcropi. 1
This year and iiexf. ' " 1
J'olson -6 i)ound'for a dollir.
"cTet It from tho County' 'Agept.
Wrlto, tolephone, or cAlf for 'lt
oniy get It.
You can't got 'em. all this seasoit'--hav'o
tho pol'bbn on hand for siirlng".
CITY AUTHOHITIKH .AIOVE
'JOWAItD WATKIl AND SEWKIt
Louis C. Kelsoy civil nnd hydraullo
engineer, with oIUccb in Portland and.
Nampa, was a visitor to this city dur
ing tljo wook. Mr. Kelsoy whs bora
to meet with tho city authorities and'
dlscuBS wator and sower plans. '
P-urnu ban employed Mr. KolBoy 'to
make a preliminary survey for waJer
worksl sewer and electric light plant.
hack ixi)iWU to bo a sepurato unit
aMreperted' ett as a distinct iimlnct
to he' jakeVtV or discarded as tho
case mliy'-l1-'-' '
N contract- vaH made hut a ver
bal .understanding was given nnd Mr.
IColsoy Is to ,ub:nlt his contract at ,
onco. If tnls provoH substantially an
ho has ouMtnod to too couucllmon ho ,
Jo to bo omploycd and tho work Is to
begin at once.
Thoclty.iLU.thorltlus haVo boon In
vestigating tlif st mattor recoiitly anil
art ready to place the matter before .
' tlio property owners of tho town' ns
jMion as concroto uhins mny bo form
ulated and given to the public In (Fiji
right way. Thu city attorney U
Mirking on tho charter and this In
hoped to bo In shape for connldora- t
lion In connection with other Im
provements. Burns, jhas spent con
siderable moijey: .lihtljp past with a
view of votimr'bondio for imjfrovo
nuiutH that has hot been reallzed-uml'
the present plan Is to avoid any. pn
necCKsary expeadlturo but to maka
what Is spent count.
Tho'jiooplff' of Burns aro ready to
uup'por't tlls move for hotter sanitary
roiidltlnmrnhd if it, is foijud practical
plaiiH ttru mad.) and tho cant Is with
in .tho? moans of-the town IniiiieUlata
slept will follow the voting of Bomli
for such purpole.
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MODKIIN HUHINKHH I'laN.S
. .MOVE NCIU'LUH i'ltODUCH .
Lctjor-Hoad, Tpyc-Writer, Newnpapcc t
' ' ami IIIU Board Arii1 AM td
Farm Marketing .
..A uanio for tho farm, a trade. napsov r
for tho produce offered for sale. ,a.
In a conspicuous.
ull thu lint nlgnbimrd placed
Vou can't got 'em
lime keep it up, 'nhico adjacent to a nubile hlchway.
H you cut mix It chonpor than thonowspnpur advertising, luttor-hOHil s
county Is-selling It tell us we'll buy Htatlouery, and uso or tho typowrjiyr.
It from you and hiivo money, (ro udvooated aa a means of putting.
If you haven't any ono to put it Oregon faruis'on u business basis, by"
out let tho; County Agent know m prnu u Snow, profossor of Induj
ho has a hunch of good rollablo boya trial lourmiiiem nt o. A. c.
ready and wining to do tho work.
While you are busy with tho squir
rel poisoning Just look over the.nluco
an4 see you iiavu' that you can
bring to tho HAltNEY COUNTY
LIVESTOCK FAUt thla fall Suro
wo aro going to huvo one. I(
Anyone that thinks that Harnoy
"U lu taken for grantOd," ho sar,
"that up-to-dutu farmers are now us
ing farm account hooks which make
ft possible for them to kimw defin
itely at tha end of tho year whether
the farm is run nt a prollt or loss.
"Tho farm, namo, together' 'with
trade name for tho'pro'flucfs',' shouTd'
Jicufio -am muuinm Mil "ti... mt.
that o'K't juwui. iiiu juriuur,
.... of course, must deliver the goods.
ao'unt of. .bad year or pp or
good urops caa't be .gsown aro
titled to another "thhik;. wjyiVIntovei-ho offers for slo must b
. v- . -'is . . na runresontud.
have a surprise for youruext woo)t
and aomo good nuwri for th'Q(boys and
girls that llko livestock. (
- Will teud out 'the beet' seed tlils
xyook Iind also some sunflower seed,
That .reminds mo that If you arc
tired- of tho old system of wintering
stock ami aro luteresred 'lu crops
that will bo u suro winner of from
10 to 20 tona per aero then Jot tho
County Agent tell you about sun
A, Silo ia a hole, entirely surround
ed by a wall, for storing cow feod, or
sheep feed Or anything that neodH
good food. Somo(imca tho bolo
in tho ground. Sometimes It Is up
in the air. Sometimes it la both in
tho air, and iu tho ground. To build
a silo first select a nice spot for tho
hole, then build a wall around tho
hole if you want to build up, or in-
aide, if you want a pit alio. Either
kind is. good but you want to go
about it Afferent. If you can't put
up a Bilo put ono dowu only don't
put It off.
All kind of matorlal Is good fpr
silo building excopt hot air. Good
ones aro mado out of fir, plno, or
onk'stavos, coraont stavos or slabs,
cpneroto, holl6r tile, brick, stool and
"Peojile llko to purchaso.clothjpt;.
or uvon (arm, products fr.om those
who arc butducsg-liku in their deal
ingu. L'so of tho typnwrltor and "
lettur-head Htatlonory gives a. goo,t
ImprcHslon, and tho funner who
adopts thla moaiiH of showing hi '
business ability Is more .likely to
elouo deals than ono who uses any
kind of writing pnpor, or Is carolocs"
tn respect to hand writing, '
"Nowspapor advertising is proving:
Just as practical for tho averaga
fnrmor as for any business man
Scores of Oregon fanu6rs aro gottlns
good results from uso of both display
and classified advertising, Tho farm
bullotlu board is uu effective supplo
TO. VOTE ON UNION HIGH SCHOOL
1 ContTn"uedo"u page four. )
Petitions wero flledt with tho dis
trict boundary- board or this cbunty
tho foro part of this week abklng t
veto on consolidating soma thirty-
throo school districts, of Hnriey coun
ty into a" unlou high school dtstrlot.
Tho board haa not takon any actloa
upon thC80 petltlous as yet.
Our principal criticism of our mon
etary r.ystom la tho fact .that wa
haven't boon ablo to got' our share.