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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1899)
t Livery& Sale
Race No. 4, U milt »dash for
from Burns to the mill
There scemato be as much best roads be
ney County saddle horàcs that
that can 1
anti-expansion feeling injleimany
as there is over here, if the com
ments of the German papers, on
lheKaiser’s purchase of Spain s
remaining Pacific islands repre-
and it is always kept in good repair never’rttn for public money, vo-|
Mr. Geer telephoned t> Portland j ueros to ride vaquero saddle»;
WZDNÏSDAT. JI NK It 1*.«
_ I belt
. . 1 4 4 to wo.rJurin
. • i
for a now
one and _ Spanish
bits; purst $5°’°° I
broke Inst week and it will arrive
July 5—Race No. 5, I mile
this w'o k when the mill will again
I sects public opinion.
be started up on full time and do dash free for all;
Race No. 6, % mile dash for
Soliciting for the 4th of July'
all kinds of work.
County saddle horses that
Col. Bryan was right when he
.fund is about completed.
[ never run for public money,
Subscriptions have not been said that the country must shake
A Summer Normal
jvaquero to ride with vaquero
nearly as liberal, save in only a off the control of the Mark Hanna
;saddles; purse $50,00.
.few cases, as was expected, rlill republicanism of today, which be-
July 6, - - - A\GVV
Race No. 7.
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, I JUiy
by great persistense on the part lit.ves ¡n the dollar first and the
his willingness to come here *«» J U,N tlash free for all ; purse $I75-O°-
of the canvassers, about $100 is. man afterwarps, if at all.
and August and conduct for our bene
Race 8,1 mile bicycle race for
assured to date.
fit a Normal litui ol school for four or
, Harney County men that never
Steps will at once be taken to ,
The deeper one studies the six weeks.
“ TU U acbcr» vf this county know bi» rode for pulbic money; purse
get up a program as vat led and
proposition for this country to
extensive as the means in hand bind itsell by an arbitation agree proficiency
ns it was l>e
he who eendueted
conducted I ! $25.00.
July 7,—Race No. 9,56 heats,
will admit of.
ment with European nations the our last teacher»' initilute.
All the teaches who expressed] 2 in 3, free for all; purse $200.00
In seems a pity that a town the more good reasons why it should
themselves in my preaeace, as well a>'
Race No. 10, 1 mile and re-
size of Burns could not raise more not do so will be found.
,.ll cit zens of our town who heard and
().(r 1|K|jan lace> free for
for the purpose of making tin
know Mr. Kittredge, .poke very highly |
Eagle scream. Some of our bus
How much it cost Boss Hanna of | is ability as m mslitute worker and
iness men complain about i*. and to escape humiliating defeat in the lecturer N“w the teacher» of thin •
say they have subscribed to much Ohio convention nobody wi.l ever canty sin uld <0 -md.r the.n«elve, very I 7" P<*rcent an<1 8eCOnd h°rSC 3°
already for the races and would know from him. but the verdict fortunate, ii.d el, in securing the ser- ] percent of purse.
fV,i <>i<>e a cent towards a celebra of the voters has yet to be vices of out so well qualitie.d, in every , Entrance fee to be 10 percent
particular, to impart the moat import- I j
, se, 5 to enter and 3 to start.
tion. Former years we havi rendered.
Entry must be recorded with the
raised twice and three times a-
-ary f -r Icachi rs, parent \ ¡Mvanced secratary . y8o clock of the day
much for the puipose and ourj
I lenderson say s he liasn t made
mess men were not in as good a single promise to get support pupil.s mid those cmitemplasing taking preceding the race.
ipun themselves the important calling
ion to give then as now. for the Speakership, but lie will
Pacific Jr ckey Club association1
of teaching. No temher should omit
old honestly lie ashamed hardly go so far as to say that no
any 11 Ip wliieli will bet er prepare him rules govern all races.
■he names on the sub- 1 promises have been made foi him. for tho work.
The board of directors reserve
,t and the amounts op-
No one interested iu the advance- I
I the right to declare off any and ]
inent of th; chihiien in th s county can
< • it names. Some have
Boss llanna made the republi
possibly overlook the imp< nance
--- , all races in case of failure to fill, ■
. n quite liberaly however, and
can convention do bis Nashing, i normal training of teaeliers ami d all | or other causes when it is not ad-
should be given a good/share of
but the Ohio voters have it
in his power 10 eocouiage teachers a: d vseable to run and to substitute
the public patronage on that day.
their power to make Hanna
advanced pupils to a'tend.
] other races within the means ad-
the gnashing election night.
Tliis ronual training i» of advantage ’ vjsa|)|ee \o purse paid without
The National Civil Service
not only to teachers but advanced l'u_ , a contest.
Reform League was a little hard
Bi ’er McKinley is wobbling on oil» who tintik of couiiug befurj the 1
on Mr. McKinley, when it de the question of more volunteers board for ceitiueatea. Dio«o who hufu ,
J. J. Donegan SeC.
clared his’recent civil service order for the Philippines as badly as he second or third grade c< rt:fie.ites cannot1
Frank Miller, W.
to have been “a long succession did on the question of war in the
a-<fi r d in a short tei .i of normal ] £, Trisch, Hugh Harris and Sam
of violations of both the spirit and early months of last year.
training, The tea he s of this county , Baj]eyt board of directors.
the literal terms of the law and
or peisons who think of becoming (
rules”. How else could the poor
At last Congressman l’.iyne.of teach rs, must know the actual necvs- ,
man throw down the bars to four N. ¥., realizes the sort of a game sity t f bring ‘ up to dat»*" in the mode*
or five thousand officers.''
he is up against. As a result he of presenting a subject to a class of.»
is on his way to Alaska, to try to cliilJrcn in older to got the beat result*. I
F. S. MILLER. Propiietcr,
This Stabh is laeated on the corner »f Fut »nd B. Streets, asUleephy
»nd grain on band- Has competent help. Ru»a a Job Wage», T«k»ijllM|.
jers to iny part of the Country.
TRISCH A DONEGAN, Proprietors.
R. C. ANGEVINE, Proprietor.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGABI.
FINE BILLIARD ANI) POOL TABLES.
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOMS
O!d Robinson Building
CI Y MEAT MARKET
r. C SMITH, Prep.,
They must fur.’mr understand that ]
negligence on their part to accept and |
a„ take advantags of every opportunity to ;
enlighten themselves in every way i
aL\. --...14. «ill fiiiul'y woik a hardship ' j Oltl'.VItT From Baker City
will gel the best schools and TiTgflef 1 1 1 I 1 *^.t
. Y 1
lia, ivmsas City, 3:23 p ir.
St. Louis, Chica
’1 he fait is, f. aclicrs who are dilatory
go and East.
If the American people were as in this respect, are bound to go to the
The reason given by the Co'-
\\ all 1 \\ a » I i,S 0 J
wall and teaeliers who me more worthy
Line, Portland, |
timbus, O., G. A. R. for refusing hysterical as they are represented
>111 Francisco, | 11:23
to be by the yellow journals, wi I be employ id.
the wreath tendered by the Ex
M Kiiiridgc cann t come here for
Minneapolis, St. | a. nj.
Confederates—that it contained
nothing and wc expect the teaeliers of
an Amdrican flag, suported by an I nation.
this county to j ay towards his expenses I
I ltd East.
arm in gray and an atm in bl.n,
anu salary at east five dollirs each,and i —
It doesn't 1 iok as though Bos..
as it actually was in tin war vv ill;
we solicit the help of onr citizens.
Platt would have much influence
Spain was more absurd Ilian th.
l’or San Franeis-
4 p. HI.
it’ the selection of the house easily raise, for this purpose, five dol
lar»; if each district will do so. it will 1
Œrery 5 day«.
not then require so n ucli from the I
1 I'oHmbla lîlrrr
' S p. m.
The New York Mazet investi
Call and see samples of our work
The ! S. Geer A Co Saw Mill 1 teach«re.
I y ni.
gating committee seems to ob-
Mr, Kittredge is Vice President <>!
day. I io Attoria ana
J. W. BUCIIANON, Pr.pt.
ject to having its lawyer inv.sti 1 Nineteen miles
HARN RY, ORtiîOM.
nt r uturd'y |
. . School,
northwest of the Eastern Oregon .............
W'caton; that of itsdf proves his worth 10 >’
gated, but th it will not prev eat th
Tablf, Supplied with th. Be,I th, Vartet Afford,
>' Burns in one of the best timber
the showing up of the obj cits of I'clt, m E,„tern Oregon is the site to all I have written in
a ™- I Willamette
1 expect to WIite
Bos» Platt’s committee. It isn’t
* Jregon City, New 1:30pm
1 >>f the saw mill of 1. S. G.ier »t Co to come and will give further no ice Except
. 1 . berg, ?al< m nod
the first republic.111 investigatin'1
-Term, fot Board by |he
I in: I’t vi i:; 11 er Ai ii man in com- through the papers. when I hear from y unday. | W aylanding!*.
which has proved to.’a! a boom
pin»V with severnl other picnieers him. what time his t< rm of school will
Willamette « Yamhill »»
o;J«’ _ p m
«•“Transient Trade ci von
erang for its originators.
from this eity, paid n visit to that begin.
" (' B yru
.Moi <1 >y
large plant Inst Sunday ami thor
T'lhi d y I Ort gen G ty.Day I U edn a.
<’ unty Superil.t ndent
| It n
tlaylands. I day and I
Better evidence than that of a oughly enjoyed it. We h.ul visited
detective employed by Chicago
diil not at that time think we would
The July Rit res
I 1:30 p ni
negroes will have to be presented
I'ue. il.iv | WilkmHU 3tlW I JueMlav
lind upon our next visit a large
Thurand | Portland o (’or- I Thuis'-’
befoie per.;.-tw of common sense
saw mill e>piip|wd with all the
The sum of $1,200 will be
>at. | , Vallin
anJ - Way- | day and
will believe that a Georgia rail-
modern machinery, running with a given in
fc.itl adiTtised an excursion to the | crew of lb men and turningout
■i nirg of Sam Hose, in advance lumber at the rate of 20,000 fe t
N.», i, I, mile ■'ally ex-
. per day.
1 v \'i
f nion and English American U d J»*
Ripari» to Low-- daily ex
Nor did wo expect to fl.id a great il . !'[L ee f< r all: porse if 150.00. , e
dHnPrefs'”d ^-York, Acci-
detnd the well known companies represented.
R.;ce No. 2, 'j mile d.isli f. r >.itn <1 y |
• igi.iv.iting in his im- rt .^vrvoir across the canyon below
some large springa and a pond Harney county horse », owned in
city ^17’ b"’inW pr,'p9r'-va^ vacant lots in all part, of th
n. stays away from
from 8 to 20 feet deep and large I Lu nev County prior to April i»t » 1
C. J Mliti«, General Ag»«t,
good ]and near Narrow
• .poll enough to let Mr
enough to hold 10(>,<k,>,(» feet of that never won ’ first monev ;
llnnl.njt ». Oregc«
Mi Kinlev see how much better
log*. We found 350,000 feet of purse $; 75.00.
The W;8.-/-« t • < - J4/ an<1 Iot’ 4 and 5 in block
M H. 1IUILBU1T,
the War Department would get logs in the pond and were informed
R rt2A E k A
July 4. — Race No .1. 3 8
SWi see HI T 23 S II ’3 F t • .
°6 T 24 b B “2’ ’
along without him, j>u| will not they had 100,000,000 feet cut in
Gen Pas». Agent, Portland, Or.
mde dash free to all; purse t 75-°°-
woods ready to he hauled in by the
A. I MOHLER, Vic« Pregi d«at.
Sturtevant p'o-!e7tw *33?"
2 in b!r‘.'k ?’on
St kr.swn aatb»
logging crew. J W. Sayer infer 11-
Thcrc is nothing romantic in "*
*'*'«’ lOO.lkxi f, et to p’*:n
|he career of the woman robbci i,nmediate|y *nd> «* ‘bey had had FURKTÏT
who held up .1 tage in Arizon... 'J”.',‘°
On »nd after June 2Dth I will have the
and is now locked up. She said
heavy work until a new one nrrir-
«lie divl it b< cause it w stlie <»nl.
c<l. they would run the plainer to
way m sight f raising .1 at.ike its full e.ipacitv
R F. WM1TI. VsiP»irW
We found M‘000 feel flu-nlier ever brought into Birney Connie. Mr stock will include everything
1 f.ndle.1 I-. n firm
f .. ,(uri. WorP( ¡nc|uJiog \Vjll p
Oh, of corn s«. the ndminiatra- on hmd in the yard and were par
and lk» C< !• brates!
lion had no hand in the Ik n.h r ticular i:> < xvri.intng the quality
There ia very 'ittle of the rough
son Speaker,!! p whirlwind. If
lumber knolv w bile all tl.c pl.ui ej
you don't b«!cve that it w.15
lumber i« clear The pattern« of
•jx’nt joeoiis, a*k Congressman
w.ndow frame«, stop« and mould
Sherman, of N. V.
ing ar* the ni«,| eunique and stvl-
iishde-gns Ina few days they fWFurciture
and Sexing Mathim R.
A GeaarAf Banicn^ Business T.vn^acted
deflator 1 «maker strike« mam will have shit glee on hand for the
aa the a or t bu »c> <1 man in Ohio benefit nf the*«» of their pafmn«
who ar» not n ar Burn« or the
p«>l t.C I
*'‘ingle ruill Wf found ore of the
»'»rei,..W...y «.at of Te.,a d to. rwc. -, H»'™.
Castellane, keep cool.
daughter of jlie late Jay Gould, is
not inspiring to Americans, as one
If the Canadians wish to
Helen, whose Anici icanFsm"*;md
v lsiting them,
patriotism was so strikingly ex who is now visiting
hibited during our war with Spain. keep him over there.
Fresh Beef Perk, etc. in iny quarfity desired. Head CteW
EoiOg.ta cD; ¿aijs*tre c’ all kinds always on haod-
out patronage solicited.
HAR m Y hotel ,
L argest S iock
C. S. BIGGS