The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, June 30, 1897, Image 3

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TIME8-HERAL1 > SUPPLÌ '.Al ENT—BURNS, OREGON,
GRAND CELEBRATION!
MASON & LONDON.
----- IN LOCHERS HALL-----
Burns, Oregon,
New Line of
Nainsooks,
Black Lawn,
White Lawn
Ribbons,
Valenciennes Lace,
Oriental Lace,
Insertion?.
Ladies’ and Gentlemens’
Furnishing Goods of all
descriptions, a t Bed-Rock
Prices.
Handkerchiefs — Black,
Plain, Colored, Linen and
Silk. Greatest variety in
Harney County.
A Specialty of all kinds
of Ties — Bows, Four • in­
Hand and Oxfords—made
up in all Styles and Colors.
Largest assortment of
SHOES
for ladies or gentlemen, at
Lowest Prices.
Sweaters for the Athletes,
and Goods to Suit all
People.
Monday, July 5th, 1897.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
■X-lie Burns Band
Procession forms at 9:30 o'clock al the First Presbyterian
Church and marches through the principal streets to Lochers Hall.
N. BROWN & SONS,
This, in short, is the plat­
form on which we ask and
receive business.
Best goods, lowest prices,
prompt attention, and an
earnest desire toplease.
Yours for business,
N. BRO irv £ SONS.
The Leading Merchants-
PRESIDENT........................................................ Mayor J. W. B iggs
ORATOR................................................................... M. F itz G erald
READER.............................................................. Miss G ay D ei . mas
MARSHAL........................................................... A.J. M c K innon
AIDS: Silver creek, T. J. Shields; Harnev, H. C. Brown; Drew-
sey, Willie Altnow; Crane Creek, David Cary; Poison Creek, W,
M. Stewart; Narrows, Simon Lewis; Lawen, z\. S. Swain: Dia­
mond. Geo. Smyth; Happy Valiev, O. B Dingle; Silvies. Frank
Metschan; Wild Horse, Peter Andrews; Alvord, W. E. Alberson;
Pueblo, Dell Deffenbaugh.
Program me:
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I Tug of war between io single and io married men..........
Egg race..............
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Potato race....
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Foot race, ioo yards, free for all Harney county residents
Boys foot race, 50 yards....
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Indian foot race, 200 yards, 2 in 3....
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Squaw foot ra<e. 100 yards....
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Fat men’s race, 30 yards....
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Sack race....
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Slow b\cicle race, 100 yards,
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Highjump....
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Standing single jump ....
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Greased pole..................
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Greased Pig....
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COMMITTEES AND JUDGES.
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Straw Hats of Every
Style, Shape and Price.
Best Goods at Cheapest
Prices. We Challenge Com­
petition.
Liberty Car—Mesdames W. L. Marsden, Thos. Jones, Geo. Shelley
Music—Mesdames II. C. Levens and J. W Biggs.
Judges of all Contests—Judge Rutherford, II. Kelly, Win. Waters
MASON à LONEON.
GRAND BALL, AT LOCHER’S HALL.
The Band Bovs will conduct everything in first-class style, and
assure all a GRAND I IME. The best of music has been secured
for the occasion, Supper at French Hotel.
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