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Tlio TintenMlterald worn r Ktitnrly to more htmics'lii liar ney County than nny other inf. If Villi wish lit Tlio Tlmcs-Hcrald In an old established friend of (ho pcopln of llirney Counly where It linn l)i!Oii u weekly visitor for thirty years, IV h Job department In equipped to hcrvo your need. rt'ltcll tllO H'01IO UNO tllC.NO col umn tuv J'm,r HortliKJiuout. VOL. XXXII BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON SEPTEMBER 27, 1919 NO. 48 - V- i 1 VALLEY IRRIGATION j: Local and Personal : INTERESTS BANKER Jesse Harrison, of Anglo London - Paris Nn ional, Buys Bonds. j, Ti tin. of tin Anglo Lon don I. hunk of Sou Frtui iisco. v i visitor hi our city hint Moinl i r oller, lio mid Uln party utopiit I hrt tlmo wlillo touring 1111 Morrison wait In town yenter day. Hurry Couldou Ih In from tlio 00 .rnnch. Frank nild Xolllo nibbfo itru umoiig our Hllvor Crook visitant. Alvu Stirlnatir wim n litiuliumn vi. Itor to our city yoatordtiy. Mro. Chnn. ltopor wan over from Itor lioma at I Inrnuy yotlertluy, Jack Craddock and wifo nro down Cordwood Now 'Stead of Humanw, Load on Sub-Infested Ocean ',.: iV Sr:w. sjaiS;'- "" " r i n the Warm Springs Irri gation I ,oje,t over In Malheur countv Mr. Wiley wan formerly rlth tlu government and took nn ((tiro imrt In tlio rotiHtructloii of bis storage reservoirs In tlio went during IiIm association. The gentle man Is now associated with Mr. Har rison's financial concern. Tlio bank represented hy Wr. Ilnr rlion financed the houdii of the Warm Springs Irrigation project nud also the Of hoco project over In Crook county. Tlio gentlumon of tlio party uVcil concerning the Irrigation pos ilMlltlos of this region, ana were given Koine Inforniatloii at which they showed considerable Interest and txprcH l a hope that tlio roMllctlug Iptertiln might ho harmonized In tlio iDiiuoill.ilu future nud tlio Sllvlcn pro jtu i' t throuKh. o Route to Buchanan Will Be Continued A letter wftH rncolovd Thursday hy B. II Conner, of the First National bank, from thu pontnt department which Mated thoru was no Intention of discontinuing tlio preiont mail route from Ilurns to Iluchanan. The sumo letter dlscunncn the pro potltlon of ro-ontubllnhlng Hurvlco ho tvevu HuriiH and Sllvlcn. Mr. Conner bad suggested that the route ho Main put In effect, pointing out to the ilopart moot the fact that many were without adequate mall norvlco. Tho Fourth Assistant Postmaster Oener.il replica that "the pout olllcos named are now provided with reason ably niU'iuatu mall fucllltleii, there would arpear to ho no poiital necessity (or (he proposed nddltloual norvlco except for the purpono of expcdltliiR Iho dullvt-ry and dispatch of local mail " What Ik a poMal route for If not for icrvlce' Why should thoso peo ple, tome 25 families, bo deprived of mall ncrvlce to savo a few dollars to the Kovtrnment? Tlio postal depart ment Ik for norvlco not to mnko money It never Iium pold expenses loca it wan ntarted, Does the do partmeit consider those people nro provided with "rennonably adequate mall facllltlen" when they have to go from five to 20 miles for their mall? When for 35 yearn, In Iho personal knowledge of the writer, they bad It at their doom three tlmoH n week? And dally for a part of that period? How doun thin "aduquato" aervlco compare with tho city dweller who Htm within walking dlntanco of his Pit olllre, and likely pnsson hy It once or more times a day, hut who hat his mail delivered on hit desk four linn;-, dally In that a paying propoiltlon for the pontal depart ment Junt hetauno IndivldualH will ro Into Isolated nectlonn to try to carvo out a liviiiR hrf eteenmlvnoHMScOallm nut a IIvIiik for thomnelves and fain Hlei, hrliiK their children up In tho Ik out of doom whero real men and onun ure reared; whero now dovol dued o M,f heriollt of tnankliid, Is q r or Hi ,( for ip i po-. r r l9al I'llt ' 1 'I Cntilaln Ilertram llnvon linn n i IlKhlor "loud" now IL'h Junt plain old cordwood on a Hqiionky wheelbarrow nt li In farm at New foundland, N J Captain II a yon commnuded tho Iiuro liner Intuit port, tho "Olympic," throtiRlinut the war period, mnkliiR hundredn of tilpH ncronn the milmmrlno In veHled Altnntlc. Ho linn been dec otated by Iho Ilrltlfth with the I) H 0 for runnlni; down and nluk Iiir a Qermnn HUbmnrlue. Thin la tho flrnt vacation ho linn had ilnce tho vfnr ntarted In 19H He carried thoiinandii of Holdlorn and nlllod lenders ncrosa without tho lonn of A life. 9 V YV7L iere to Find News Mrs. Hotirv Jennlni'n wun ilnl'-i soma Hliopplnc In our city yesterdii) Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Colo and family! weru In from tholr. homo near Warm j SprltiKH yoritorday. MIiim Kmma I'otornon In In from tier homentend In tho KrII country to ro 1 main for n few weeks. Mlnnert Phylllri nud Harriet Hill of Denlo, wer roRlntered tit tho Hotel I.evetiH tho foro part of the week. Mrn. Melllo l'arkor In recovorlnt; , from n delicate operation which watt, performed thin week hy Dr. Smith at tho KIiir hoiipltiil. Mrs. C. H. VooRtly In vlbltlim with relatlvon and frlendn In CHiiyou (Mtv over Sunday. Alio wan ncrumpnulcd over hy Mm. Hsthor Schwartz. Ono of tho boyn nt thin ofllco lost our pent nlllco key tho other day. If It In found nnd returned, wo'll mnko thu fellow who lout it treat tho finder. . . N iiiiiR HiiL-itiit. mm or mo roiurucd noldler boyn, who ban been confined nt tho KIiir hospital for tho pout two weeks, returned to his home yesterday. Mrs. Polor Chrlstonnen, nccompan led Mr. nnd Mm. Ilalloy Hayes up from Lawen yesterday. The latter cumo up to tnko their dnuRhtom, MlnnoN hula and Ituhy, down homo for tho weak end, while Mrs. Chris teiiHon came up to attend to nomo husilicmi In connection with her duties us clerk of the I.awen school district. Dr. and Mrs. L. I. Hlbbard and tholr ilauRhter, Minn KiiRonla, nr- lm..i.i ll'..ilii,uili.v iiviiitliii friMti n vlult in N'ninna. Idaho. Dr. Illh-ln,.. ,.,.,iinr- wn nun in linfnni tin ' nelioITl viiHterday af ternoou hard Havn it In corlnlnly a Rreal coun-! mi.ntliii: of the eltv council Wednon- ' OphiiIiir boiir, MIsswh Juno Dalton, try over there, and that the far mom day iiIrIiI. AccordliiR to Information Ada Johnson, llasel Hlbbard, Haxel aro all pronperoun, with IiIr crops of , Klvuii tho writer It Is tho Intention Owntoy. fruit, alfnlfa and oilier products. 110.(0 put up a Rood Iron foneo around; Address to i reMiimon, .en Miuur, Hi., ...m.iii.rv iiikinif iii 1 lut 11 (I il it to mil ores ileiil or tlio Htuueiu ooiiy. ..v.i.iiiil r.i.ii,illv lillPf.liflu.ul tl itiiiiiiiiiir itciiilliiL'. Jim Cook, tirelitont of Propose Using Town Clock Fund To Improve Cemetery i 1 t Tho proposition to uno the town c nnu rutin, u'liu-ii iiiih iiiuiii in iinii ' hitmlrt of Jiilhin Ilvrd. as tniMtco. for ered. Jy tho senior and nophomoro several yearn, to ushIhI In linpfovliii: ; HaSy In the assembly of the IiIrIi (2) WOOVWW PRWO0 High School j Pupils Give Program 1 'Chii followliiR proRram was rend- rirst PnK Capltalhitu show Intercut in valley IrrlRiitlon. Mull route to liucliunun will continue. Tciichoru' liiHtltutc. I'ropotfo iihIiir town clock fund to Im prove cemetery. HIrIi school proRiiriu. Bliot-lauo of loiichurs. Niimhur 1. Worthy Urand Matron comhiR. Htnto ehumber of uommarsu to ad- verthio OroROii. Carulvnl daiico. Local ami personal. Second I'iiro Attornny-aouerarn opinion tlellnltoly nottloH open iioaiiomi. riowliii;, not ro-BcedliiR, for poor nlfalfa sods. Water nil tliat'8 needed, nayn W. V. KIiir. N'umo of Do Mlllo bIriiIUch oIuhh In Hllqnt drama. Number, . Thlrtl 1'hkm IMctufVjdiow news. Ontario, business men visit. Number 3. Fourth I'iro. Number 4, Waku up, Unconscious! Fifth ratro , Local and Personal. Number C. Hltth Pako Drgo senulo to husten pence. Nineteen million women 00 own limine work. Homo town merchant mull askod for holt. Numbor 0. Kc.vcnth TflKfl Tho Green lllbbon. U-Rul notices. Kliihth rasa Local IlaDPonlurn. - Number 7. o thinks thin section ran bu Just as prosperous with proper use of water. Ira unit wini .iwui uni " ...li. . j ground, reniiuiy iiiri:uiintni itu jwiiiiiih viiiiur,, w.... . . . . .... .., i.fivho present enclosure, also to sink n'lhe Minlor ela. Oabrielson and family loftpr, ,iin, nnirleni How of I Souk. I.eroy sa.r at ii tlio , to hi iom 1 from Wednesday mornltif- for I'ortlnnd. Mr. nnhrininon snout nomo tlmo In this county InvestlRatlng tho rabbit post Am bend of tho IIIoIorIciiI sur vey in this state ho is roIhr to do nomo work of elimination durliiR thfo comliiR wlntor. Mrs. Clabrlolson and tho llttlo girl will remain In Portland, but Mr. OabrleUon In comliiR back next month to begin operations agulnst tho said pests. Mrs. May KgRloston, of tho Oregon Llfo. and Bchool Buporlntondont Frances Clark contomplatod a tour of tho Drowsey country during this woek, tho formor In tho Interest of her Insurance company and tho lattor to visit tho schools, but upon reach ing Iluchanan they found tholr car wan not working as It should and decided to postpone tho climb of tho mountain until nomo lator tlmo. Thoy roturnod to this city and lator mado a trip to Silver crcok Clark Whoolor, a formor resident of this soctlon, wns greeting his old tlmo frelnds In thin city tho first of the week. Mr. Whoolor now resides near Nnmon on a" 40-ncro Irrigated tract nnd says Unit Is too much farm for 0110 man. Ho still holds his and In this county and was hero to look after things and soo whut was boliiR done In tho way of duvelopuiont. Mr. Wheeler says whon wo strike oil and Rot cheap fuel ho will movo buck and farm his land., 1 ii- W01ITJIV (iltANI) M.VMON TO A coinuulcatlon from Iho Worthy Oranil Matron of tho Onler of tho linr-tuni Star, of Oregon, "i'',,,,rt!" hor lntentl.011 to mnko an of llclal vIhII to Ilurns chaptor on Thursday, Oclo bor 'i. 1......1 Mnlrnn U'llH Tlio wormy '! 1 ....iw..i..i.i in vUlL hero a short tlmoi nviiu-i 1 lui. w 1 ago, hut wna iinablo 10 . ee . uer well deeper Hint a HUlllclent How of water may bo obtained and stored for the purpose of heautirylug the grounds. Tho trustee of tho fund In perfectly agreeable to tho use of thu fund for whatever purpono the citizens desire, hut would llko an oxpresslon on the subject, lie does not rare to ansumo tho entlro respon sibility of diverting this fund from Its original purpose, therefore would ank thnt tho matter jio given consider ation and discussion. Song, I.eroy Johnroii and llollln Cowan. Senior History, Violet Terrlll. foil 11 Solo, Hazel Owsley. School Notes. Prances Donegati. Honu. .MarJorle llyrd and Juno Dalton, Prank Clerf was a pasHenger In Inst night on Wray'ri hIoro from Port-laud. ! .1. J. Donegun arrived homo lust IIIII mm tiiniiunntiMi, 1 - .. . , . , . Tho fund Is In tho possession of a night from Portland where he had . . . . . 1 1 I .......u.n.,i. tli'.i if Ihn lliirna fraternal order mid may no ouiainen t tii ......... upon demand, giving the order n Commercial club In he Inlerest of roasonablo time In which to pay tho h proposed iIuuiro In the highway amount out. 1 Lhwpii. 'o neglect them In Iho way 'rvlce What If It Is only My essential for, tlio pur- inditing thu delivery of 1 ' U the local mall loss ' the man who wants to 'i' ) i- taxes, or mal: iu ' i rlalu 'adjoining lauds I.niii olllco, or a commuu ' 'u hiH local hank ns to i'v of hlu Hueurlng a loan '' Uii-r milk cow or pay for than a franked pumphlot l ' I'dViTiimimt Lit 1 1 1 II lt It I 111 jp I'Ui u, extra quarter Into Savings BjniniM, or one containing tho speech ' H'niit' mlHgulded congressman "nalnct Die cxpondlturo or a fow dollar 1 1 aid a big country In got "'K llf giving water out to Irrigate "Ih huid ii, order to produce a llttlo tnorn i i 1..,, .1 ....i.... III (UVII 11 nun llllh nuilll. I . . . .... . ' ... I .tl .1 1 . .1111 1 "ii' ii iati(s are wearisome, it ih i"""""", '.j , " .ulH (.0ming "Ulv ridlcloiiH, In fact, and tho nro roquoa oil to "ooiur ih- people or this section res- visit 11 mind and bo present to ,rooi rrsn l it h i miv iil' of t in Into Moinbem or tho order nn' inn miyuig 01 mo iuvu J'biKcr Herman, that Harney valloy ' tho placet whero tho people "ralso "y. Hell, and Petitions," tho hotter (Iff 1L'..II 1.. ... . . 1. 1 1 - "u 11 III-. VYO HII0UK1 iioiiimmi 'hat hum Ii or Jnolllcient seat warmers w h iiiiitfoiiH and communications yitli word so hot thoy would scorch uiiv Ioiu-h. until thoy wako up and istvu u 11 ,. consideration wo desorvo. 0- 1 Mrs. drover Iludsiieiuli r iittio koii arrived over from 1. t ... - .- i...i ' riuv evening on muir way , .ui. w,... . . . - .b.ro they will reside for ."--rulo urover taking enargo oi 01 too u. . "" " nipv,,Ua,,lo 10 a ,11111 UllOIJllwi.tvu meellngl " Mr and ti.. mil to ( r Hip jr llt t rane Wholesalo company waro "ouho for 10 nuriis Casir Stdro; TKACUKIW IXHTITUTH School Superintendent Francos Chirk Informs thin paior Hint Hoveral of the toacliom liuvo wrltlon In us king for tho dale of tlio iinuuiu ,u'l " dnloti conuisv' 1 .... 1I...I. I. nil Hill the bouollt or any toacliorH pr pntroi h who may bo Intoroiited tho llaton iiio given again -October 7, 2b, and . Mru. Clark oxpeciu huhio - TOO FAST TO HANDLE 'EM ' HARNEY COUNTY NEEDS TEACHERS llarnev county needs moro school teachers. That was learned thu nilinr ninniliiir whoa a retirerieiitatlvo of thin pnper called upon the school superintendent. Sim was then trying to Rot In touch with more tenchom nn llmrn are flvo districts In the county unable to hold school hocauso of no instructors. Mrs. Clark wus reading a communication from a iimi'lium' niMinrv at the tlmo In which It wiiti stated they wore uuablo to llll thu demand. Oood sulnrlen are offered for teach itm In Hut countv- bettor than ever before but there In a lack of people who denlro to rollow 1110 protpssiou. o ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL T)i n RtHtnm nt St. Josonh. a Cutll olio organisation of Tipton, Indiana, have oponod a general nospuai in Durns. ' They nro located tempor arily In tho Tom Allen resldonce, which was recently remodelod and equipped ns 11 hospital, nnd conducted by Mrs. Allen for a few wooks prior to tho Slaters taking It over. Tho hospital will bo known as St. Joseph's, and is open to tho general public mid all practicing physicians throughout tho county for modlcal and surgical cases. Tho Tlmcn-Horuhl Is Informed that this Order contomplatod this movo Bomo tlmango, and tho Sisters came from Indiana for tho purposo of en gaging In tho work of caring for the sick of this section of tho country. NUMBER 1 'of Seven In Thlx Iimio, Not Cnttnllnu; ' Tho (Jrveu Klhbon,' Which AIm Kays a Little. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO ADVERTISE STATE Each County Will Have Two Pages Exploiting Advan tages In Pamphlet It was learned from V. S. Uramwell vlco president of tho Oregon Stnto Cliumbor of Commerce, during his recent visit to thin city, that that or ganization propones to net out a pamphlet exploiting thu resource of tho iituto In tho nenr future. Huch county hi to have two piii;en In thlu book nud It will be distributed In tho best manner possible to reach tho greutont numbor of people. Harney county Is going to have ltd plnco in this pumphlot. Tho county courts of each county are asked to contribute toward defraying the cx penso of publication, and nro also asked to proparo tho necessary cony. Tho latter rcqucitt is mado from a desire to obtain Information retire- uunttillvo of tho entlro county. Tho visiting gentleman mild wo have many things to attract peoplo to us, men of menus, who would nhl In the development of the country nnd hasten Irrigation. Ho says our simahluu Is an asset that IhousnmlH or people aro crying ror. It will bring us many people if they know or it. ADVESTiSING ISSUED FOR CARNIVAL DANCE Advertising has been Issued ror tho Carnival danre, to bu held on Satur day, October 4th. Tho management or thlu affair has promised to do ev erything posslhlo to mako II ono of tho biggest limes Ilurns has over had. Supplies have been received tho toy balloons and surpontlnu confetti nnd active work In preparing Ton uwamu Is going on. At tho request of sovoral friends, It wns decided to make this dance u contumn pirty, and old fashioned styles wero suggested. Tho nbsonco of a corttumu will not bar ono from admittance, however, nor Is It abso lutely Decennary to have the costumo or old styles. Miss Homo I'. Johnson, violinist, MIms l.vclyn llyrd, pianist, Minn Gladys llyrd, violinist, ami Itollln Cowan, drummer, will bu the musi cians for the evening. Ladles or the Mothers club will servo punch during thu entlro even lug, and a delicious lunch at eleven thirty. Additional balloons und con fetti will be on mlo to supplement tho supply received at tho door. Mr. Harry C Smith has consented to lead tho grand march, to bo held at 10 o'clock. This hour was cIioh .mi to permit tho picture fans to tako In thu show and still bu In time ror thu grand march. Thu music, how ever, will start promptly nt lilue, and thu hall will bu opened at eight thirty. Tickets ror the dance aro now on sale at Tho Times-Herald olllco, Heed Urethra drug store, Tho Welcomo Pharmacy, Holland's billiard parlor, nud Ilreutoii & Hicks. It Is suggest ed thnt tickets bu bought early, and save delay at thu door on the night or tho dance. The management announces thnt no gentleman can bo admitted with out a ticket. j "Whiit'n u tow million dollars 1 spent' by tho government to tho devel opment of a big country llko this," ronmrkdd a visitor to Ilarnoy valloy tho olltor day. That's Itl Why 'should tho government quibblo about la row paltry dollars whon tho entire , world Is crying ror production and 11 roductlon or tho cost of living? Hero is a country capable of supporting ns many pooplo us some of the Now Kugland Htntos nud It is hold buck ! simply hocauso of tho solflshnoss of I a fow individuals, and tho luck of roroslght In tho government not ap plying good buslnoss hoiiho In tho 'oxpondlturo or funds that would Hiring more homo and n greater out I put of tho necessities of llfo. What's tho use of throwing up our hiindH tnnfl Baying "It can't bo dono" whon an a matter or fact anyuiing uiai. ih rlRht nnd ror tho good of humanity CAN bo dono? This Ih Just as much an omorgoncy ns war work, It Is Just, iiH nocortHiiry to tho prosperity and bouoflt of tho pooplo. It moans ' . ...1.... Ik ..n..n li Doner government viiou i. kuuc right to tho soat of things and furn- hihQS relief. 0 : Itobort Drlnkwnter, Jr., was over from Crane yesterday. i 11 Boy Seoul Troop Suggested To Keep Them Busy A mother called (ho manager of this paper over tho phono yesterday morning and asked what could bo dono to keep tho boyn busy following the school period each afternoon. Thnt Is a problem that should havo. tho attention or the cltlzeim or thin town, ofcpoclnlly tho parents of tho boys. What are wo going lo do with them or for them? Perhaps Iho llrst suggestion In con sidering this question Ih that thoy should bu provided with somo good wholesome, nppelito-hulldlug work at home. That Is good, but doesn't llll tho hill, as "all work and no piny" Is only too ovldont Irom past exper ience not the proper way to bring up a boy. On tho other hand, it is not fnr litu IiohI IntnriislR to allow ill 111 unrestricted privllogoa or roaming tho streets choosing ills own companions and providing his own aniuseiiiouta or rocrontlon. Somo or tho younger boys havo Invited Llout. Fessler to become their Scout Muster and organize 11 Hoy Scout troop. This is nn undertnkluB that should bo glvon oncouragement and means something ror the boys betwoeu the ages or 12 and 21, which would includo all tho high school boys and somo of tho publlo school. Tho Tlmos-IIorald suggests that tho nmttor bo glvon consideration by tho younger members of the Com mercial club, to work In connection with tho principal of tho high school. John Craves nnd family woro'ln thu city yesterday on business.