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' VOL. XXXII!
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON JUNE If, lt20
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(EER DAY PROVES
AN EN YOYABLE AFFAIR
ive Time of Their "Young
Live"; Ent, Drink, Dance
And t lay Games.
Boating rota , Tie pioneer people
bosun trri'v.ltiaf' eajly In the day and
tho registration1 bookswore the sceno
or activity from 10 d'clock until Into
In thu afternoon. U la estlmaod that
thoro wore 'between 2G0 and 300
r'oglatorod, although not nearly nil
tho signatures ot plohcors wore so,
President lonp. V,hltlnK culled tho;
meutlng to order li llttto lifter .11
o'cluok and a short program consist
WORK STARTS ON MORE ENGINEERS ON
WATER AND SEWER . IRRIGATION PROJECT
Preliminary Survey of Burns Additional Surveyors Put to
for Estimute on City
IfcTeral of tho older members of
Harncv County Pioneer Ahsoc-
n stnttd last Saturday tlmt thoy
not enjoyed a more delightful
In many years than thu reunion
(bal dny. Ono lady told hor
Uhter iihe "wouldn't change It for
ibfcjt Chautauqua day wo had on
i" program, and others were
jlr m nnro tbuy couldn't enjoy
ether gathering, nearly ee Much
tM annual gathering of thu Plon-
writer cannot fiat the euthue-
lato this story that the eccaalen
U, for It really was "wlthaat
the matt tajeyafele reneJ
rr held of the trat faaailiee' et
y couniy. iao oiaer npw
ibo cuutir of the atage 4urlag
fa and tui thoro waif h ethar
nttlon In Burn the pleneenr
mfa had everything thulr owe
fifortunately the nerettiry left
it with thu recerdn and It Is lm
WWe for us to glje tho names 6f
U registering as has been our
m In former years. Mrs,
btty waa acting secretary and
piper did not know she Intended
Immediately following the re
Ih for tho southera part of the
to bo gone for an Udelalte
K, olburwlKU wo would havo bo
f4 (be roittcr.
hi Goti'd, who ban cltnrgu of tho
art houo grounds, turned every
at orcr to tho visitors for tho en
dy, not evun putting In an ap
un, Thu children played on
lawn, tho men eat under'" the-
)k of tho troes on the grass and
ladles occupied the benches
faking thoeo out of the circuit
art room in order to aavo more
Work; State,. Geologist
K oi music unu Miiort tu ka waa In , s ,
order. Thu Liberty Theatro nlano ' M oush, an oiiKlncqr connect- Director A, It. Olson of thu Hnrnuy
had boon moved up to tho front pqrch wll tho IColoy Kiu:liioerlng Co., Vnlloy Irrigation Wstrlct has boon
of tho court houio and with Mrs., C. Iortlnml, Is at promint working on looking after tho necesary details
11. Loonnrd presiding tho ontlru com- 1,10 Preliminary stopn looking to tho of equipping and placing onglnoors
pany Joined In flinging America. iHutimltialou of plnno for water and In thu Held during, tho pnnt suvornl
Mrs. E. II. need followed with nn,Bowor ,n B"r"H- ''yH nd now has twelve mon,at
Invocation in which she asked tho1 Tho gentleman begun his work tho work on tho Irrigation project,
good graces of Deity' to rest upon the flrRt part ot tnlfl weok un(l devoted a J. 0. llaar in in charge of the field
pioneers gathered. Mrs. A. 0. Wei- vrt ot u, t,tna to running out for;m- work and haa, supervision. The
come then sang "When You and l'er urveyR to ascortaln whether it cruwa are at several different parts
Were Young Maggie," a Male quartet w"1 be, necessary or completo new of the project . bat the particular
Joining In the chores. l0Be or tke the figure of former n- work is being' eqniucted at the pro-
Mayor Leeaard was then Introduc K,necr"' Te object it at prosent to posed daaa, site heiew the mouth of
Bi"uw anu consider me nesi wraigrani cfeeKj BWie ueoiogisi
places to locate septic tanks. or drain- Williams f thiiHMktt of Mines, ar
age for the sewer and also to find the rived Wednesday a4 has gone up In
aaWst feaslhte .plaee for the slaking of the f.lte to make a. f eologlcal exam
weils fer puaaplng atatleas. la cob (nation for the dlettkt.
sieWtag theM teatttrs the eatab- The actlvUyal thia vBaertaaiag U
lkhateat ef 4 Hght and eower plant gratifylag4e tWysOle1 aa all are de
U U keyi 1" wind. slreas ef awhkesj' ue f eject to corn-
It will he several days before Mr. station as ratttty aa circumstances
Heaah will have anything to submit will permit. The details are heiag
o iae cuy autMOritlee. iwerked out wttfe these several sur
ed'mhd 1 grUt,et tw'aed ,the keya
of the town over to "Mother" Whit
ing and ''wUttaeaM well phoaea". re
mark. me;er tees', hum sWaa': la
character wet teased the pie freer. Be
yers ekNd a'th,, Mayer -xe44e K.
L. HalaeeYfo tM raara4 ptaeed
pioneer ortHarWi as chief bf'pellee
for the day. Mr. Hawser wae pre
sented with a hlg star thai catered
his breast more like a shield than an
ordinary star, but he were it with
dignity and' prorved' order during
the entire day even using' hfe
authority at the pioneer dance in the
evening at' Tonawama.
Following, this there was a piano
trio by Marjerle Oyrd, Kvelya Byrd
and Itayraend, Voegtly.
0. A. Hweek gave an Interesting
address upea live topics hut first
paid his irs'siijilj vta the grand old
lady, Julia 'Meye. w' k "Queen
Mother" of the ploncert.Mrj. Hayes
Ih past qlghty yoars anjl was too
fooblo to be present; Mr, Hweek else
felicitated "Mother" Whiting who
was president of-the A wMMSietlon; he
then dlMcuHsed tho development of
the country and (lie 'attitude Wo
should tako toward efforts to bring
veylng crewa la the field and as aeon
aa tho necessary data is available the
proposition of definite plans of stor
age, the place and all such will be
i i I.
Ity L. K. McDhmIcN County Agent
Plenty of Ornss.
Money In circulation.
Cloud times for everybody.
Ile.tter exlilbllH at County Fair this
Fall. ' '
,Ilg tlmo Kt-Cutlow Valley, Juno
10th Hotter bo there. '
Thu County Agent wlllithelp you
secure labor for harvest -phono
write or call.
Twenty head of pure brqd cattle
coming for Harney County boys and
Another car load snmo kind and
grado to bo dlHpoHed of at auction
Juno 20th at Uuniu.
Big parade of 1'uru llrod Cattle-
by boys and girlt) and others, Juno 23
-COine and hou Ilium.
Till? Ih JiiHt one club. If you nro
Interested see or wrlto tho County
Agonl. JIu wants to organlzo others.
Also. Hhubp and pig clubs among
boyu nil (I girls not InturoHtud in cat
tie. Dad miyn he liin't Interested, but
I'll bee that when "Fair Tlmo" cohioh
li ol I bo leaning over thu foncu pull
ing, heart, soul and boot straps, for
his boy or girl.
Aru you keeping closo, wutch for
tho new grasshopper colonies in or
der to swat them when thoy first
hatch out7 Speaking of grasshop
pers reminds us that there are only
three classes of men,affected by them
One m too intelligent to allow
thcra to exist Thu other, toe indiff
erent to rcallzo how much they dam
age himself or neighbors and the last
Is too dumfounded' lazy to do any
thing if ho did realize the necessity
ef action. What class are you In?
The county furbishes the poison at
cost and the services of tho County
Agent are yours for the asking..
Thin also reminds us that whilo
the great majority of farmers are us
ing every effort to got rid of the
squirrels thero aro few, who, un
aware, of the dcstructlveness of tho
pestV are somewhat lax in their ef
fort If you know a nolghbor that
Is neglecting this work to your det
riment Just notify tho County 'Agent
who will call thulr attention to the
State law making It compulsory to
dostroy all ground squirrels, etc., or
el so the county will do tho work un
der the supervision of tho County
Agon ond tho expense will bu nsHoss
d( against .tho land In thu form of
Tho poison can bu had at cost from
tho County Agent and by signing a
slip it will not bo, necessary to .pay
spot cash fpr It, thoruforo lots got rid
6'fUhu uqulrrols and show tho world
what blarney County soils can pro
duce It they have tho chance.
CREATES DEMAND FOR
PURE BRED STOCK
Additional Carload Shipped
With Consignment to
The Calf Club.
In addition to tho twoniy bond of
puro bred Shorthorns nnd Jloroforda
bought by tho Hnrnoy County Calf
Club, ten head of holfers and seven
head of bulls havo been uhlppod to
BuniB by Croon Brothers which thoy
.will put up at nn auction snlo on next
Theso anlmnls wcro shipped at tho
suggestion of County Agent McDan
iels because of thero being inn'uiry
for more pure bred stock. They wcro
brought over from Crano yosterday
and. are now being cared for together
with the animals consigned to tho
Calf Club pending the allotment to
tho boys and girls on the first day of
Mr. J. L. Allen, State Livestock
Club Leader, and Mr; Dawson of the
Shorthorn Breeders Association, wilt'
arrive here on the 22nd to take part
in the allotment of tho young stock:
to the boys and girls and one of these
men will Judge tho nnlmals at that
ANOTHER 1110 IRRIGATION
According to news dispatches from
Salem the Eastern Oregon Livestock:
Co. has made application with thu
stato engineer covering tho construc
tion of tho P BeVc reservoir for thu
storago of one hundred antl twohty
thouiand aero foot of water from thu
This project will covur some of
the tlucHt laud In thu mi tiro Harney
county nnd will bo a very attractive
project. Moro will bo said of thls
undertaking at Some future, tlmo'.
flaitt Haley was among our bust
ness vlsltora tho foru part of this
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Ward Waters Trio
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