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iifcli nrmH" ""WUK'JRHUWMJJl1 ' li afi,M ?p S mil t EMM 1 On Year.... 'T'ttlM ? Blz Month!... B QM , Throe Month! V ( n ' W t : 1 I v r ! ' iji I 1 he Sinwi-pmf A. SATURDAY, MA110H . 1 BUHBOIUITIOH RATES! (X00 .1.00 . .15 juhan livnn - - hi Hon. Will R. King hns made good as n member of the supreme court and wo understand will bo n candidate at the November election. The bar of tho state aro particularly pleased with Iris work and ho will have an almost undivided support of tho law yers. C. A. Brittinghnm this week circulated a petition calling for tho orginazation of a hnmanc so ciety for tho prevention of cruel ty to animals. The petition was signed by a largo number and Mr. Brittingham. lias asked Tho Times-Herald to nnnounco that a meeting will be held on next Thursday evening, March 17, at the Commercial Club rooms to perfect an organization, elect officers and attend to such busi ness as would properly come be fore the meeting. TUB CITY ELECTION. The election Tuesday was ra ther quiet and a light vote was polled. The result shows that the conservative people desire lnw nnfnrromont and is nuito .,. . satisfactory. Tho successful candidates were: u. w. vjicvuii- ( o-er. maver: G. W. Young and ijc4, mujui, . ... - - W. 0. White, councilmen; W: C. m,.l wuvmvW .T. C. Welcome Bvrd. recerder: J. C. Welcome Jr., treasurer; R. L. Haines, marshal. ' There was never any question ns to the result except on Record er. There were three candidates on the ballot for this office and it had all the voters guessing. Mr. Clevenger and Mr. Wel come were the only names on the ballot for mayor and treas urer, all the others had a contest Leon M. Brown, the popular cashier of the Harney County National Bank, received quite a complimentary vote for mayor by friends writing his name on the ballot The vote stoed: MAYOH G. W. Clevenger 112 COUNCILMEN N. A. Dibble 80 W. O. White 117 1 G. W. Young 131 RECOKDER W. C. Byrd 73 M. L. Lewis 51 P. T. Randall 50 TREASURER J. C. Welcome Jr. ... .7 15-1 MARSHAL R.L. Haines 98 Harry Spry 75 1II0II SCHOOL LITERARY. The H. C. High School Literary Society met in tho high school building Friday, March 11, 1910. Tho meeting was called to order by President Lilian Hendricks, and the minutes of last meeting were read and approved. The roll call found all present. This being election day the fol lowing elections were made: Lenore Sizfimore, President; Viola Richardson, vice president, George Marsden, secretary. The president appointed Miss Godfrey as critic and the follow ing program was rendered: Song by school . Love at Home Essay Ora Dickenson New Spring Samples A Magnificent Line to Choose from Remember we are exclusive dealers in Ladies and Gents Furnishings and have the latest and best styles in stock Call and look over our fine display SCHENK BROS. THE MERCHANT TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Burns, Oregon Odd Fellows' Building Solo Myrtle Irving Current Events. Harry Williams Reading .... Lenoro Sb'.cmoro Delmta: Resolved. That freo institutions in tho United 1 States aro in danger. Affirmative Negative Roy Clark Cecil Irving Emma Johnson Lolla Egli Edgar Williams Cyrus Sweok Tho judges Nina Raker, Darius Smyth and Ina Torrill decided in favor of tho negative. Duet Bessio Swain, Nina Wiseman Bioirrnnhy Lou Davoy Essay Alice Hurlburt Solo Dorcas Sweok Reading Mary Fry Comical Reading . . . Beatrice Ilolchkiss Song by School Juanila High School Notes, Merle Bennett Biography Richard Ausmus Song by school Rocked in tho Cradlo of tho Deep. Tho president appointed Juliet King, Lyle Dawson and Cecil Irving as program committee. Tho visitors were: Gladys Byrd, Agnes Cawlfield, Enid Cawlficld, Mabel Savage, Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. Bowers, Mrs. Bardwcll, Mrs. M. J. Baker, Mrs. Robt Baker, Miss Ruby Burrow, Miss Rcna Biggs, Miss Mary Croxton, Earl Wallace. NOTES FROM SUNSET. Ananias Leo Carpenter and his mother made a trip to Burns Saturday. Van -Embrce went to Burns QUIIUiiy 11UU Wil3 1IV.V.UI ut Momiay by his motl Sunday and was accompanied lor and sister Mrs. Sellars and her little i son. They came out from Dallas ison. iney cjmiu out iroiii ua j expect to visit imtil JulVf W. R. Dawson went to Crow Camp Friday to bring his daugh- REMOVAL SALE HERE, YOU CASH BUYERS NOW IS YOUR CHANCE! Everything In my store except beef, pork, flour, sugar, tobacco 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH Bacon and Lard 20c. YOUNG'S MliAT MARKET & GROCERY tcr Laura home. She has fin- of the bridge has collapsed and ished a six months term of school now the road is practically im at that nlace. passable causing great inconven- tim,c!m:.uf Ti,.n0 rv,00n,i li t. i. ...,ii.. t.i.. .. UiroujJ'l I"- Viiiiuy mummy "",,,. ,, .... ., n 1 his way to the oil fields near the fields in the vicinity of the Ruh lakes The stage driver informed us that he wa3 unable to carry all the passengers who wished to come out, on account of the bad roads. Dalton Gibbs of Harney, who has been looking after Allen , Jones' cattle on Dog Mountain, returned homo Saturday. Mr. Moss, from Lawen is now taking care of the cattle. J. R. and Will Gould have been working on tho Wrights' Point grade. They havo got it in shapo so that some heavy traffic has been able to got over. Schuyler Whiting took his horses back to his ranch above Burns last week. Ho has had Joo Fine herding them on Dog Moun tain for the past three week. N. Heney will soon commence the construction of a windmill tower for Bob Scttlemyro. Job printing Tho Times-Herald SAI.U 01' HASTliR FAVORS. Tho Presbyterian choir has do piilnd nn mi Easter salo to ralso funds for a now lot of hymnals. 'Tho sae w consist ot Home made candy, cut (lowers and Easier favors and will bo hold on Saturday, March 20. Tho Har noy County Hnrdwaro & Imple ment Co. has kindly placed ono of tho largo windows at tho dis posal or tho choir for tho pur pose MM... mil H,Mi.ni.a Milll pnnilfll of Carnations, Eastor Lilies, Daffo dils, etc.. and as tho supply will bo limited those desiring flowers should, order early. Tho ladles of tho choir may mnko this an unmmMiffnir if it proves popu lar. "WAR TIMH" CONCERT. At a business mooting of tho Ladies' Afternoon Club hold at tho homo of Mrs. Egli last Sat urday afternoon, Mrs. Tom Allen was elected president for this year; Mrs. A. Egli, vice-president; Mrs. M. L. Lewis, secre tary; Mrs. II. E. Thompson, treasurer: and Mrs. Win. Miller, librarian. We understand it has been decided by tho Indies to give a "Wartime" concert in tho near future. This will consist of old war songs, negro melodies of that time, etc and should bo a most interesting and entertain ing affair. -NOTES PROM THE LAKE. The sudden freshet in Silvies river has placed tho bridge on I lu Ijiwon-Nnrrows road in a bad condition. Tho ico caused tho center of tho bridge to raise up and almost draw tho sleepers off. Tho culvert a fow rods east ienceto travel. In fact peoplo have to make their way through nlace in water 4 to 5 feet deep Tho road is unfortunately situat ed in the first place. It is built north of a Inch ridcro which is on deeded land and the owners tako advantage of this ridge to hold the water by means of dams, thus backing it up as high as tho grade will permit. This is causing the grade to wash. The writer believes wo should have more road masters so our high ways could rcciove particular at tention during such seasons ns what work has been done would be safeguarded and obstructions looked after. The time is hero when Harney county should have permanent bridges and roads In 21 years your correspondent has never seen tho feed grounds around this portion of tho lako keep so hard and m fino condi tion oven after tho stock has been turned out. Snow covered tho grounds during the entire feeding period. water ducks and treeso nro quite plentiful, but tho swan nro moro numerous great flocks. Wo havo read tho request of Game Warden Hibbard as to requirements of Sec. 39. Will Mr. Hibbard kindly enlighten in tho matter of how many hunters and tranners from other states aro within tho meander lines of Malheur lako without a licenso or even ono of his permits. Ho will find somofrom another stato on what would bo section 0, township 20, range 32i if ho will take tho troublo to go thero. Coons aro about extinct very fow being caught this winter. Mr. Blnckwell will havo to got around soon after tho steers ho purchased in this section as tho water is gotting so high all stock will havo lo bo turned out in a fow days. Tho loss of stock in this locali ty will bo extremely light. No loss whatever in young stock up to this date. Some havo lost 2 nercent one man 10 percent- others only about l of 1 porcent. This is about tho finest feeding locality in tho county and I von rn-n in ontr tlinf .Q nnrfonf will nnvn fl,n fnrnl lnoq nnrl tliosn kUiW fc. UUJ ktlMV wvwi !? chiefly old cowa that should bo Many families will move from tho lako to tho summer homes in tho hills this week to begin pre parations for a good display at tho county fair this fall. Our neighbors, tho Lawoniles, aro practically over their siego of smallpox. Mrs. Potior is re covering rapidly and no now cases developed. Thero nro many would bo pur chasers and loasors of gas and oil land wading sloughs hero these days. Pcoplo who havo power, heat anil light on uieir ranches think twice before sell ing. From present Indications moro than two-thirds of the deeded land in this vicinity will change owners this year if present own ers don't get too wild in their demand for prices. Wkhkoot II0ISB & WESTERN RWIIT OF WAY. Tho filing for record of tho right of way over tho W. V. & C. M. W. R. Co. lands of the Boiso & Western shows that with a fow oxcoptions that rail road has secured its right of way throughout tho Malheur Canyon. Thero aro a fow places where tho right has not been secured but theso will bo adjusted some by condemnation proceedings. Interesting developments may bo expected in tho railroad build ing lino within a short time. Persistent rumors of tho award ing of contracts for grading west from Vale continue, but no authority for them. Notice I'nr Hid. Sealed proposals for the con struction of a two story stone building annroximately 50x100 feet will bo received until Wed nesday the 20th day of April, 1910 to bo ononed at 1 o'clock P. M. on said day at the Masonic hall in Burns, Oregon, by tho un dersigned; all-bids to ho accom- nanicd with a certified check for at least five per cent of bid; plans and specifications may bo seen at First National Bank, Burns, Oregon. J. L. Gault J. M. DAL.TON Trustees, Burns Lodge No. 97 A. F. & A. M. Burns, Oregon. LOCAL OVLKII.OW. Lakeview has just voted ?10, 000 bonds for a new school build ing. Will Burns do as woll? Tickets on salo for reserved seats for "Brookdnlo Farm" at both drug stores. Production March 25. Mrs. II. Kelly has ill during tho week, norted bettor by Dr. been, qui to but is re Geary, we are pleased to announce She has been suffering from n deep seated colli. "Brookdalo Farm" a comedy ilramn in four acts, will bo play ed at tho Commercial Club hall on Friday, March 25, by local talent. This is a benefit for tho Firo Department and Indies' Anxillinry. Mesdames C. F. McKinney and E. E. Purington were hostesses at a Five Hundred party Wednes day afternoon at tho McKinney homo at which time they enter tained a gathering of ladies. They again entertained Thursday evening when Mrs. Schwartz was Iho successful lady to got tho highest score and Mrs. G. A. Rembold second. Hon. Frank Davey received the first prize for tho gentlemen with Dr. Marsden second. Dninty re freshments were served follow ing tho games. Kilames F. Million arrived yes terday from a trip to Portland and othor points. Ho witnessed tho remarkablo feals of Aviator Hamilton at Portland tho first of tho week and says it was remark able. So favorably impressed was Jim that ho says ho has or dered ono and will uso it to catch swan near tho lakes. Ho says ho wants to bo up to date and contemplated securing an auto but after seeing tho flying ma- chlno hop nil mound tho nuto in n snood contest ho "cut out tho chug wagon" for a moro up to date machine. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Mnrsdon, assisted by Mrs. II. C. Lovcns, entertained at tho homo of tho former last Saturday evening. "Fivo Hundred" was played and at tho closo of tho hands it wns found tho hiuhoat scoro among tho ladies was mado by Mrs. Joo Thompson, tho next highest by Mrs. Sam Molhershead and tho lowest scoro by Mrs. I. S. Gccr. John Gemborling stood ldghest for tho gentlemen, Judgo Miller, bv MrS. Miller (IS his proxy, BCfr - - Ond and I. S. GCCl' tllO IOWC8U Luncheon was served following NOTICE. Clms. Wilson having retired from tho blacksmith business, has placed nil unpaid accounts In tho hnnds of tho undersigned for collection and settlement. All parties indebted to him will pleaso call and Bottle without delay. , Ji S. COOK, Attorney at Law, Room 7, Odd Fellow Building. Burns, Oregon. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UnitchhtatkbI.anii nriK. Ilium, Ori'Kon, Mnrcli t, lulo. I Nollco It liorcliy ulycii that Nolllti l. Ttrwll llucr, lurincrlr Niilllu K, llllliort, of llarnur Ou'Kon, wlin, on Junto 1, ItniH, innilu hmiicatcail entry Nn.UMn, HoiUl Nn. WW, liir NKU, Hon II on SI Townalilp W South, ItatiKO Hi Kant, Wlll'iticlto Moililian. !' Mm iinllri) of lutim Hun to mnko Final ('omninliiilon I'limf, luti raUtilUh claim to tlia luiiil ahovfl ili'arrlliivl, 1,1'fnrn ilia llPiiUlur and Iterclvrr at Iltiriia, UlrKOii) on mo jut uajr ui Apm, iviu. William Mnrtlaon, Jamra (lllhott, William Kulaio, John II. I.i'KKan, all of Iliirnuy.Oii'uon V. KaiuiK, lti'Klator. CONTEST NOTICE. CONTHMT No. IDS. UMITKIlHTATta I.AMIl (IfrllR lluriia, Ori'iton, Fabniar In. 1910. 1 A iimeli'iitronUttHmtlavltliitvliiKl'Ci'ii tllo'l In tlili olIUo hy C. I.. I.iup. I'onlcialaiit, nioiliut llnniMlrnit Kntry, No SIH7, mailo Ucci'iiiborai, 1OT, Hi-rlal No, irJiw, for KK' Hcoilon a, Town lilpWHoiitli, llaniiu SA Kail, WllUinrtln Motl illaii.liTjoluvW. rUfon,Conlleo In whltli Itlaalli'Kfil that aadl Inlui W. I'Hlleraon haa wholly aliamlunml aaM entry for morn than Umonlha laat at ami l.aa chaiiuvil lilt rf hloiiru Iherufroni i-nnUiinonnly fur a lonuur 1 o r I ( . 1 of tlmn, ami hl ircant wlivrealmuti la In air.anl link nown.aahlnnrlH'aarn borvhyiinll lluil to H'inr, raH)inl, ami ollar ovldencu touililimatlil alienation at 10 o'clock a. m on Alirlln, IDIII, IK'IOIO IIIO lICKiaifr aim ivivuit or at Ilia lliillod Htalca I.ainl (inico III lltirnt, 'Clio all rontcatant lmvliiK ill a I'rolyr aftl ilavlt, llloil KoUruary ID, 1VI0, act lorih fail; which ahow that aflvrilno iIIIIiii'Iicd jieraonal avrvlro of Ihla notice cannot ho mailo, It la lirrdiy orilvivil ami illrretil that aurli tiollco hu Kit on hy lii anil jiropar iuhllrallon. Wm. rimir, lU'iilitcr ttMntmnnMiuntj:Mmnimimi::si::w-K:: The OVERLAND HOTEL Burns, Oregon AGAIN UNDER OLD MANAGEMENT Afford the Best Accommodations to be had in Harney County ci.Enn rooms, cuEnri linnen, palatable victuals We are ngain in charge and will be pleased lo see oiir old time friends and customers Come and ncc uh. FRANK A. COLE AMD WIFE :mmt::mmmtx:m;:mmmmnmi:mium::mm:m:!mmti.i::m.ut.tmn THE CAPITAL SALOON, BEDELL & KICIIAKDSON, Proprietors. Bums, - - Oregon. Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Billiard and Poo! Tables, Club Rooms in Connection. COLE & BYRD Proprietors Harney County Implement & Hardware Co. Doors, Windows, Locks, Etc. AGENTS FOE THE MYERS PUMP Now Is The Time Buy that New Suit or Overcoat while We are giving a REDUCTION OF $2.00 to $8.00 on Each. Please Remember that We Guarantee Satisfaction. Complete line of Fancy &. Staple Groceries E. B. REED & SON Go To The White Front Livery Stable NEW RIGS AND TEAMS 'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls. R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor. i TCEXai&JXnESLfS ' a Wc want to thank you for your patronage. We 5 believe Ion will find it to goitr intercut to trade with t i its in the future. Our stock in complete and our i 5 DRUGS arc the bent. We will not handle any other 9 kind and our prices are right. $ Wc have the best line of Cigars, Candies, Post Cards and Siaiionery In the city. Agents for DB. SHOOP'S FAMILY MEDICINES and SECURITY STOCK REMEDIES We Sullcil your Prescription work The City Drug Store REED BROS.. Proprietors ESTRAY NOTICE. Tho following described ani mal has been taken up on Stcen's Meuntain: Ono bay horso about six years old, ono white hind foot, star in forehead, brand ND connected on left shoulder. Owner can havo same by paying charges. . A. II. Sl'ANOLER, Diamond, Oregon. NOTlGIi KOIt I'lniiMOATION. llNITlll-TATItal,ANIlOrrl(K, I llnrna, OrrRon, Kohruary 1,1910.1 Notli o fa hpi'uliy Klon tlml Tho Hlalo of Oro kiiii haa nio,l in una mucn nn niiiiiaiion Horal No Ollflllto roloct, iimlor tho ri)Vlaloim of tho Art of CoimrMa, Alroysil AiiK"t II. IMH, and ai la aiiloniciilal anil amendatory thereto, the HH'iNKH, HW'ill'.'i Hoe. jilt. an w., ami in 10, Hei 8.Y. S7H., It. liO It,. W. M., Routlinf Hal hour l.ako. Any and all i.oramia claiming adieraely Iho landadiacrltio'l.or dualrliiir lo object lirraiiau Ui II1V lllll, Villi I ,1 l". .,... ..' " -- any other ruaion, to tho 1UiNitt tnill niit, niionin nio inoir nin,inTiiai iNinri. m mi nlllro, mi or before tho exliallon of tho period of publication, VM l'Aliitt, lU'iilalcr. f'lrat pnbUcalloti, l'rbruary 12, 1910. 1 aat publication, March IV, IUIU, CONTEST NOTICE. (,'O.NTKHT NO. 77. tlNITKUHTATK IiANIl Or-( , llurna, Orridin, February lu, 1910. a nnifiHiti I'lmfiat anidnvlt havliiir been fllu.1 luthUonlco by A. M Ntlaon ronlcalaiit aiialiiallleaorl lai iiiiir.ui rv Mil OtlfMl. IMMilll llCf ember 10, Iww, for HKJj Hccllon 17 Inwnalilp Jti Foulli, HaiiBoDl Kait, Wlllaniclln Merldliin, by i:,lward M. rial tl-oulealec, III which It llallcit ed that aalil l'.dward M. Flalt ha failed lo makn ally linproyemeut on aald lml ami haa failed to make annual proof of eiwiidllurot any amount for Improvement anil reclamation of aald land, and the aamu ha been wholly -l ...Inn.... l.u 1.1... ..alii ..aril,. .,n linri'lil notinedto aiipcar, rcpond, and olTorovldcnio lOlieillllK pniu HiirKniinu .tivuimi.. " March 2u, lull), before tho lleiilalor ami llecelv er at tho United blutea Uud (Hike lu lliirna, Iho aald couteilaut havliin In I roper alTlda Tit, Hi ed February 'J, 1910, ret forth facia whb h ahow that after duo dllllifenco ronat aervlce of tlila notlco cannot bo inai'o, It la hereby or ,,,.. I .ml iiirericd that aurh not co bo ulvlil Lhy duo and proper publication. wm. rAMK, ueitmer. Thin weather will make you feci like making garden. We have the BEST STOCK OF PLOWS on hand and the Bent and monl COMPLETE STOCK OF SEEDS SEEDS IN BULK AT ONE-IIALI' PRICE of package needs. Full slock of 3E3:C3E!JS and lEte-iESJiSS Begin to get ready for gardening GEER & CUMMINS Burns, Oregon. Burns Meat Market New Shop Opposite the first National Bank Main St. f' "f , Your patronage solicited. tiS3332; BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE. COItTES E. .ff '&' WJa .- JSAIT. Special Attention Given to Conducting Funerals NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES IN CONNECTION WITIIiBARN. .lrr-Jj'L'I MTVTJ Tt7 !:::itt:::m:::tmi wmKnj:tnm:;mtn::m:mt::n:t:;:::::i::iatnr:r:iti 7 and beery SHOES, SOX, TIES, SUSPENDERS, j ROOFING PAPER, LA'NTERNS, WASH f BOARDS, BROOMS j Rubber Shoes and Boots ! Brushes of all kinds We also sell EVERYTHING THAT EVERYBODY WANTS TO EAT j : .!:mttn:tt:nnmttitm:itnmni:t!nt:tmt::::::r.'.::i.::::ii:i:::::::i:j:::::::;: COLONIST RATES to OREGON ssalfe Great Northwest Tho irmnngement of tho Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co. takes great pleasure in announcing that tho low rato from East ern cities, which havodono so much in past seasons to stimulate travel to and sottloment in Oregon, will prevail again this Spring DAILY from March 1 to April 15, inclusivo. FEOFBE OF1 OIESIEGrQSSr Tho railroads havo dono their part; now it's up to you. Tho colonist rate is tho greatest of all homo-builders. Do all you can to let Eastern peoplo know about it, and encourage them to como here, where land is cheap and home-building easy and attractive. Fares can be Prepayed nt homo if desired Any agent of tho road named is nulhoriz to rcceivo tho required doposit and tolo graph ticket to any point in tho East. Remember the Rates From Chicago $38; from St. Louis, $32; from Omaho and Kan sas City, $25. This reduction is propor tionate from all other cities. WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon Pork, Vionan, Jiololia .iihI Liver jSausagi'S Beef in any Quantity. H. J HANSEN, Propl ELLIOTT, Propt. , Special attention given to transcicnt custom andt freight tennis. Horses kcjt by the day, week or month. FIHST CLASS LIVERY Tl'kMUJTS. Hay and grain always on hand. Your pntroiingx soliciiod. South MninSl., HutnH, Oiogtn ha I aaaHOaRtat ' JUdA'J BA f Jfl -Xjp-gcvMwH'' V ,y I MI MARKET w a a: S a li f off tio range. tho hands. wvm'av'