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uriirv County's timber U mi. '.'
Harney county's roHcourcc's nr'
HtU-actlnk. iHe rtttentloii of tlw
entlro WeC; Irrigation, stock
raining, nalrta&AU, aaMljiaJ? fur.
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Hinu D1IDC1II CADMCn
rJUvni Dimcnu runniLi
IN CATLOW VALLEY
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Farmers; Test Well For .
Catlrw Valley with Its thouniiiuU
'11 arm ICrillH HOU W1UI1I1L' OIIIV
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SURNS. HARNEY COUNTY) OBEGplj MP Ugg
"r- -1 .r in T ' 1 '' '"" I
BURNS TO HAVE BIG HARPY YALLEY
CIRCUS JULY 3-4 LOOKS GOOD TO BEN
Harney Valley is
NOTf 2tO BAD, YET.
Jack Scarf Is b.ck from tho DoIho
valloy where, J)e, ad bequ for novoral i 1
wcokB. Jack iaci berjn over thoro Lew F. Cullins Dog and Pony Crops Here Compare Favor
loouing niieijpipo property mttl hiho
to observo Wlhtfitf, pdrlhg tho throo
inontliH no remained ho found that
llolso Ih a, jIhq, initio and thoy hnva.
Homo wonderful VfArms and ncrcngo
tracts In tIiat.tct,lon; J,tho Irrigation
la nil thai Wcf fluld deru and tho
Show The Big Attraction; '
ably Widi Other Places
Seen on Way.
NIZED AS VALUABLE.
Circus day coiiich but once a your Drown and family
...I.. . . .... . .. I I. ....... nn.lll nif ffrtlll
' or " " " ! 'I. . lwbk lit ll,t colr, l II. ,ly or enjoyment July 5 nml ill, " ' ."" "', ,'?, 'r mn.t l.vo Jown t loo,!
tranHportatlon,bH(. other thttiRH tond w
to make It rnthw tcdlouB," For fn- D
(Uy L. h. lJallurd, AbhI. County
Tho nunflowor 1b rocolvinc moro
rocoRtiltlon ovury day as n valuable
farm crop In Knnlcrn Orocon. It ban
heon brought furlhur Into thu llnio
lli;iit recently by IjoIiir listed among
tho Ntundard farm oronit In thu olllclal
arrived 'catalog of tho Wttllowa County Kalr.
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N.rtr. iviiiou ju itun iiru uuuruu or wuiuuru in
Some of Best Programs Next
Two Days; Lec ures and
ilat to i no Homu hunpori towani
progrc n It Ih pronounced an ur
Mlan in by government j;eolo-
I tills ami ineruiuru nuuum nnvu nn
'InTCstlKiition to uncertain the fcaaibll
of slnkiiiK wclln with which to
irrigate thu land and make It iro-doctlvt.
Uht Saturday tho Catlow Valloy
tlen wan oonorooa into r nrm uur-
..tbrouKh tho eftorU of CoURty
Hit MopHlel tfoi tlMjiiHrtHtreMrtv1
iiMtiK of Catlow at a juoatlrig held
it the Hen son nchool -Ihhkw. .TklS
bfauluttlon will have tho uctlvn up
kt of the peoplu of that Valley aad
alno bo Riven iuport. by ethers
tMorcd tho Bcrvlced of bin office is
toy effort to Kut reoultH. The HtAto
Emlnecr'H oOlco hu responded to the
miuo by announclnic It han funda
vlth which to cooperate with tho fed
ml govcrnmont In tho mutter of ar
twltn InvcdtlKatloa and will uo
(tads for that purpono when called
opn by thu government.
. JuJko Win. Farro waa ono of the
, fpeakerti at thu mooting whim the
1 Firm Uuroau waa organised and
vhllo ho waa npeaklng ua a citizen ho
. itatcd that ho considered it right that
inch an undertaking ahould havo fln
inclal support, to omo extent from
the county that It would bu money
Citizens of Catlow Valley aro ntl
(ltd to encouragement and help la an
effort to uncertain whether, artesian
vtlls may bu protltably used In aiding
la crop production. Tbut In one of
tho largest luvul bodies of land In
the wect and capable of making
hose for thousand of people It
Mlllclent molHturo can bo had for the
trowing of crops. Dry farm methods
are too uncertain because of ttoarclty
t rainfall. Borne yearn sufficient
rtln and snow fnllH to make cropn but
for three years this has not occurred
ud many of thu people who took up
homeHttudu havo loft. Several lmvo
reinnlmd and this year thoy will bu
rewanltd with nverago crops tin moro
ooUtur hasf fallen thin scuson.
A rpr-f!itatlvo of Xnu Tltnoa
Herald v...n jirlvilogcd to attend a
tathcru x i f thu citizens of Cutlow
Valley on the occasion when l he. or
ganization of tho Farm Dureau waa
perfected The party, consisting of
Mr. and Mra. McDanlols, Julian Ilyrd
aad his daughtor Gladys; In one car,
'SjVt. Obll Hbattuck of the 'experl
ent sta.'ion and his wife and Miss
Stre JIowoll, tho community nurso,
n.anothcr '.ar, loft HurnB on Friday
, afternoon and went out asfaraiythe
P-Ranrb hill where they, pinyl f'11
nUiht v,Vh Mr. and Mra. Madison,
bo nr fret-ting a flno little hotel
' Uiero f r the accommodation of tho
ravel l. party wub certainly well
taken t f von though tho hotel.
, as r, c mplotod; tho supper pro
r Pareu - i ua.i ono of tho very best
e liuM !i..d in many duVs. Tho
follow v morning tho party was cal-
. '?1 t( breakfast that couuled thu
Tbo i.arty reached F. G. Kelly's
. atore and noyt ofllcn at Catlow about
"too o" Jock that morning and tho
firt inquiry from tho county agent
'was "when do wo oat." Mr. Kelly
jWekomtd tho party and Invited us to
s!a horjf where wo rested for a short
'Ume M'a. Mrs. Kelly and tholr son
i n(l h .. going then to the Benson
athoo! h'uo whuro tho peoplo were
Wing to gather for tho meeting,
About noon many of the citizens
of Catiow Valloy bad gathered and
ot of thorn brought generously flU
6d baskets and a picnic dinned was
pread which was enjoyed by all.
About that time Judge Farro, Mr.
nl Mrs. J. 8. Cook and Mrs. Arthur
pflKo arrived from Burns and were
added o il0 visitors. Following din
ner tn wero made by aovoral
peaker includim? Judito Farro.
M1ko J. fl, Cook, Supt. Shattuek tho
California in Juno last year. Thoy ur m Hu.n.owers, an.i must
i.. . . 4un hv ''opt an nccuruto record of
nriivii mi in n ruiu muiii uiu uiiiivi- v
show-has moro performing V ... ,, ,,A ,,ln litentlnK dates, tillage and hnrvost-
, , , , , niiy iiiwii niiu tiijuuu .tu ui..iu i. ... ,
lion tho nmniiB Low F. GuIHiih
Dog and i'ony ClrcUH uxhlbltH hero.
statico, one hoa to apray frequently This
to make fruit crops any ways safo, ponies, dogs, mulen, monkles, nnd
tbon that country In not Immune gqata than any other show In tho
from frost tit tines which might play Northwest. It is u treat for the kid-
uheck." thes, f the crop Is good dies and grown-ups alike, carrying 75
and one is not able te get the necon people and animals, 15 nuto trucks
nnr hftln tn nicV it' at thn rlvht (Imn niuuanrv tn tunnnnrl uimlnmnnt nml
er the earaWre'lt'the lew Is dig- pedplu connected with "Tho Biggest ,n Harwy yalleer. . AH
miiniffiti. T..t. II,,. wow ti.in. .... u.i ui.nu. ti. nn r..n monto. ana ou through tho entire
as thoy found the roads good and tho
Mr. Brown teU a -representative
or this paper that he didn't see any
better erepe -anywhere tAan he saw
moyrr tlte'.WerM, .jtilsn't a plcnlo to start early and bring, the children Journey. M smo .intro-j wniw?
HiVMirMth .11 to town to aee this meritorious ex- t BtH1H .WV ;elUsr
Ita dlMdyaNttHrM, In not such a bad hlblilon. ,han lw ?. ,
eeaf'tlfln.' ' o Mr. Irewa wn a.t.fft Infer-
GOK8 TO WAJULA WAIJ.A
AM AHHWTAKT CAHIIIKK
FOKMKIl OMUNTV OrPICKK
I ' V1HITH HKHK
Frank 8. Iteidcr, one of tho plon-
m William C W;Klnney, well known . p UP(.olintBntH of lh,. ocon of lhu
young I'ohdleton man, leaves Bcndlo- ,,. v..,,, ,u.rlnr ,h., w.,u n
ton tho first of July to become assls- imn,m j(.r, Hpl(lur WU8 wlth ,,ot(,r
of Walla Walla. . .S?"." . 2 '1 .1" was somewhat fatigued upon arriving
matlon an te the' McrM? made en
the Irrlpatien dtatrlH-preleet. He has
seen ae Much' aecempMalied through
Irrigation during hta aejeurn In Cal
ifornia that he known what to expect
onco wo are undr a "proper system
of storage hnd, distribution of the
water of this vicinity. Mrs. Brown
Mu hla store In tho early '60s going
Mr. McKlnnny wan with the Amor- iatr j0 potor French at the 1 Hanch
lean National bank hero Tor 14 yearn ttH private secretary. Still later
and, at the time of his resignation Mr it,or wan a deputy In the coun
from tho staff of that Institution hold ty clerk'n olflco Htid thon county
tho position an awlsUnt cashier. Ho cork j0 jH known to tho older
han bcenactlVe In civic affairs and citizens of thin county and was most
was a dlrMter ef Happy Canyon. Mr. heartily welcomed by his former ac
and Mrn7le(lnney have a wide ,iuntances and friends,
circle of'frlendn and their departure Mf Kudur n n(m ,()CHtC(, ut 0n.
from Pendleton gUI brcgreted. .taro whoro h , omployw(l wIlll u
Tho bank to whloljVNr. McKinnoy bjc llimi concern' In an Important
gou is inn oioohx. nans: in jnu niino position.
homo but in fast recovering and en
joying home folks.
imiNGING THOUHANIM4 OK
HHKKV INTO T1IK COUNTJIV
of WaHhJijgton aad p?ie of the
known andtronges Inthe n
Mrt. M. Kundart Is over from Cat
Henry Huber, late of Seattle, Is a
member of Tho Times-Herald staff.
He arrived here tho fore of part this
week and la aiding In tho "mechanical
Ing methods. Tho exhibitor must
also display nunflowor heads, stalks
and sunflower ensilage. Tho content
will bo Judged upon both production
per acre, as certified by an impartial
qommlttee, and upon tho excellence
jit the crop exhibited.
A' largo number of farmers in
Wallowa County feel that tho dovel
opment ef suawers as a farm crop
la' the Most valuable agricultural de
velopment, no far an the far western
ttates are concerned, since the Intro
duction of alfalfa. Their opinions
are basod upon the experience of
fourteen of their own number, who
under the direction of the Wallowa
County Farm Bureau last year rain
ed, sunflowers for ensilage, which wan
fed to rango cattlo, sheep and dairy
stock, Tho results showed that sun
flower ensilage was an economical
feed. The farmers stated themselves
that two tonn of ensilage replaced a
ton 'of hay and that because of the
largo yields which could bo ralsod tho
sunflowers wero going a long way to
ward solving tholr winter feed prob
lem and also reduce the cost of live
stock production. Sunflowers aro e
Thu TlmoH-Herald learns that the
It. N. Stanfleld Interests which re
cently purnhaserl several thousand
acres of grazing -land from tho Oro-cdaiiy appreciated In that county an
gou & Westorn Colonization Co. lni,lflHVviaV5d question bus bean a
thin county mostly In tho Buck Creek IncrloWone ( tho county. The rango
country, is sniping ana iraning in,wlu .unbort approximately 65.000
some 14,000 head of sheep to placu
upon these recently acquired lands.
Some of the atock are being trail
ed In from Ironsides while more are
being shipped by train to Crane.
, . i. , rmmiaMaijj .JMJuW . X. ' ' " 4BnSngM'TWMgnar
head ef cattle together with two or
thrwj thousand head ef horsea during
the summer, but the hay supply In
very. frequently too 'short for winter
ing this amount ef llvestoo'k.and ship
ment to Idaho for feeding Is fre
quently necessary. This has been
found In many years au unprofitable
Deschutes County has also found
the sunflower a valuablo crop and
about 500 acres are being .grown
there this season for ensilage pur
poses. Smaller acreages of sunflowers
are being grown lu( Klamath, Union,
Wasco, Moro nnd I.akn counties as a
ptAi' of tbo program of tho Comity
F'irm Bureau of tho County Agricul
Thu third day of tho Mllls6n-Whlt
Chautauqua, program has been finish
ed at thu tlino this story Ih written.
From a flnanclnl standpoint thin huu-
Bon Ih n hucccss, us tho committed
completed Its gtutrantco tho first day.
Tho attendance1 has been flno and 'th
pooplo aro pleased wjth tho work O'i
tho entertainers. '
It in too aarly to make any state-
ment by way of comparison of laec
season as to tho class of program.
prcscntod. Soma havo expressed
themselves as favoring tho oponlng
numbers of last season better thaa
thin while others have considered thbi
year equally an good, although of a
different character. -
Of the three days .cloned tho Zcd-
eler Symphonic Quintet stand out an
decidedly the most popular muslcnl
number so far presented. Thu lec
tures have been exceptionally good
and tbo writer will not venturo an
opinion as to the merits of each br
way of comparison.
The next throo days promise to b
very popuUr an tho lecturers aro not
entirely strangers, being known per
sonally to some whllo others have
had the privilege of hearing them.
The play for tonight, "It Pays To
Advertise," has been witnessed by
several of our citizens and thoy aro
praising It and reaqmmtihdlng It to
tholr friends.' ;TfM mlcnl number
for tomorrow Is sure to be appreciat
ed and on tho lust nlpht tho Flsl:
Jubilee singers nru tho musical en-'
CALF CLUB KIDS
MNK1-: HAYH 1IB
WII.I i HTAY HKUi:
hmi me jew eanl I le fnim im
I wml le'intnctt y&i'm 'to ttUanty,' in nje
' (ottdaiity ef all the people of l!u csovaunay to die
tlx! that each one of ua tlull be more protpeiotu
. Up it the onrtvw the other if jy I ovetlward
cit fi OL'R FOIJS rtlitc with m-icli n-lf-Mtltfac.
i tion'tlie fkt i!ut Im hail jut recuved u pvcre of
g&oJ fiwn 4 big city ma'J oiclcf liotuc. wliich, he
dimed, cwt him few rSAtU ln$ jlun he tw!J
L jy it in IhkgAod old town of oura.
An eJitor'a aWJVi are hard earned, but I
have one to apare to Let that thU neJjhboe i
kut money if lie fkjaseA on lite char arid urft
.cct. He paid tfie freight. )luiem wy H wa
hififed. lie booftlit on fikli, and fai at dia
twee U not I tenuUe thing theae dayt of aheddy
frtHtal arid mownpvteal if high-piced, werlma
tp. U hid no cfin to iirtt tme me good
csaUndinfuaMaW. M the good are aWnatd.
kH AMtWalaU iiH..
daya aad Weab yhartai at name he weuU
urm U pkW dwi4 oc pow, eieW.
ful piece of ijoed.
f 4 to'iwy twJ ia ue awMiy. Emytlalar jrM
. tpMrid here bwLm the man y&jffA k wiih aw
more aUe to tfend money with yu (or the thiam
you ha ye to aefl, whether you aaB EveatockaVy
pood, potfttoea, butter or the labsr of hanea.
Sending money to die big city, eacepl where
it can't te avoided, it hrlpmy t!ie big oly nnd mak
in-j (he w hole pc-ople'of ll w lit city tlut rnudi more
j)(oiioiiti Lct'a keep llie money ki our own Uiwb
und nuke ouimIvm more ptotperou. The big
town never doea anything for our curumujuty uve
Tlui town and neighborhood u our heme.
Ilere we are biinfet up our (amaW and educaj
them. IUeuwheoijrhpTeMU. liereia
tlto where ow doty ter- duty to do evtrjlhisg
n ow power to advance (lie ialeieata of ow home
OMHawiy ia as better way mi lry wpag evwy
imb aad wemaa le patooniw mt nmckantaef fcla
town. TlMefe.-heiruwg today, thk rwwapapw
Wwr Wyalry to eumlm VVe Ujeve kW
ewy suUc wS fed iha kteWag, ww4
'Pflul Firfko, -who "'in company with
Mellle Parker made an extended tour
pf Alberta and. the "British Qolumbla
Veuijry to, the'wW of 'the' Itocky
touBtaiUH was in to seo us mo otner
day, Mr. Flnko says that Is really
u good country up thoro but It does
not have qnough advantages to In
duce him to dispose of lilii belongings
In Harney county and move up there.
Mr. Flnko Is looking for a stock
country and that does hot conto tup
toVhls expectations. In fact ho saya
hu (loubtH If such a placn can bo
.quncl . In. those days. Llko J., C.
JColeyi.Mr. Flnko lonjjs for tho form
er, days of Harney valley but this la!
dotjlikely to be found In this day as
tfWtJf)W (iavo rhnuged nnd the poo-
iii74ivu (igniiuii uui tuiu uiu ujiuu
c6untr'y,VTho old tlmo stock country
iH jUhg, the past.
Mrs. Chester Dalton arrived homo
the' lattor Dart of last week from a
Vacftiibit trip to Portland,
W. L. Nowton and family aro
spetiding the we.ek In town attondtng
tHraVQw! JcConnoll arrived homo
WednoHduy from Senttlo whoro sho
had been residing during tho school
.Emanuel Clark was horo yesterday
to consult a physician nn ho had
somo complications and disorder of
tho stomach. Ho was accompanied
by. Ufa sonx Frank,
iv6lllni!ton dnult arrived hero tho
)rp. of thlH wuk" to spend tho vacation
In, thin community, Ho has grown
considerable during tho past year;
Tho Calf Club stock arrived last
week an per schedule and at tho ap
pointed tlmo tho boys and glrta '
assembled at the Commercial club
rooms Wednesday forpnoon whom
tho animals wero allotted thorn, J.
L. Allen, Stato Livestock Club Leader'
ind Dr. Dawson, field man for tin)
Shorthorn Breeders Association, hav
'ng come In for the purpose of Ink
u ft active chargo of the affair.
Both gentlemen gave thu bnv and
ilrls (ivRemhlcd u ritro talk and told .
hem of tla honofttn to bo derlx'ed ..
'rout proppr caring for tho stork bnd
ho possibilities from a montitary
tandpolnt. Those men had previ
ously visited tho barn where tho.
Mock were quartorpd and placed u. -.
valuation on each, at tho samo tlmij ,
placing n number oii tho hip of onch.
When tho tlmo to draw tho num
bers' two little children woro placed -on
a table 'where one drew a number
from one hat and the other tho nuiuo
of one" of thd boys or glrlH who wnn
to havo the mnlmal, .Thlrtoon Short- .
horns wero nllotcd and eight Hero
fords. In each lot waa a bull. .
Tho following constltuto the Short
horn momberrt: Charles S. McPheet
ors, Juno Culp, Burns Mcflowa'n. Kl
wood McPheeterp. Adolph Byrd, Her
bert Whiting, Helen Gnrrott, John
Culp, Hilton Whiting, Amy Turner,
Sydney Hotchklss, Jack MoDaulols.
Wesley Wolcomo,, u.
Those securing Heroforda aro: Al
fred Welcomo, Kvelyn Brluglo, Billy
Oouldln, Ian Davis, Hnrloy Hotch.
kiss, Bosslu Hanson, RobQrta Rood.
It hud boon lntondod to have a pnr-
ado of tho stock but owing to tho fact
that several of tho children wero
rather small and thu nnlmals more or
1ob8 confused and not entirely gontlo.
thoy, wore merely brought up pn tho
streot whore thoy wero weighed nnd
turned ovor to tho respoctlvo ownora
This Club is tho beginning of what
will bo ono of tho best things ovor
started In Harney county. Croat In
trest will bo taken In tho competitive
exhibition of thoao animals this fall
at the fair and tho futuro disposition
of tho animals. Tho chlldron aro to
keep account of tho coa of carliiR
for tho unlmalB and havo full chargo
of tho handling of thorn. Tho lucronon
Is to bo takon lno consideration and
at tho .and of a year noto'a of com
parison ns to nny lncomb from-tho
tCoiiilmjod on pago four)'