The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, July 05, 1899, Image 2

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fimmi JCLY
qu« 1 os to tide vaquero saddles, tier and gave good eatisfactiod. i
and Spanish bits; purst $50,00 i The players were:
BU
Entered, Jim Hobson, Cummins; CANYON
Gowan,
Rocket, Baker; Dew ey, Weather- Wood, cap 1 catcher
Cate,
pitcher
ly; Sampson, Robertson. Jim Bt aslev,
Cochrane,
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G
Smith,
1st
base
Hobson first, Rocket second.
July 6, - Race No. 5, *•» mile ' A Smith. 2d base Triseh,
dash free for all; purse $175 00. Overholt, short stop Smyth,
! Flanders, 3d base Sagers, eap
Entries, Honest Dick. Cushman;
I Stephi ns, left field Ysung,
Bill Nye, Stephens; Butch, Buff­
I Cattnach. center field Deariis,
ington; Red Top, Montague. Nye 1
j Robbins, right field Kennedy.
1 first, Dick second, time, 51.
sr«RE.
Race No. 6, % mile dash for;
Harney County saddle horses that Innings, 1 23456789
never run for public money, I Canyon, 3 2 0 4 3 6 1 4 1 Total,
vaquero to ride with vaquero I Burnt), 1 3 4 0 2 0 5 3 1,Total,
The a .min str.it to ■
i not be
.'.'■tti; b the intelligent public
op r.i ,n of the country to dodge
behind Gert. Otis, in case of dis-
1 aster in the Philippines.
b
Mar '«•r.
/•LIA* BTKD
It w ill be just as w ell to find out
whether
there was a string tied to
A long felt want is at length
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Gen.
Wood
’s declination of «a $30,
about to be supplied. Burns is to
000
salary
to become president
Lave a Flouring Mill. There is
of
a
trust
before
throwing to many
nothing so conducive to the well
being of a community as a grist boquetsat him.
mill. Tl:e people of this county,
heretofore, have labored under
Although the firm of Pingree
great disadvantages by having to and Alger was formed to deal in
travel from 150 to 200 miles to politics only.it might appropri­
get their supply of flour; now all ately handle canned beef and po- saddle«; purse $50,00. Entries,'
Major, Mahon; Nellie, Robertson; '
this is about to be changed; N. tatoes as a side line.
Duncan, Cary; Nettie, Moffit;'
Brown and Joe Sturtevant have
Jim,
Bullington. Jim first, Dun-
entered into a co-partnership for
If the Rough Riders had
j
can
second,
time. 25.
the purpose of making tlour. First
say Gov .'“Teddy” would have no
class rooller mill machinery has
In the 1 mile dash for a purse
trouble about putting Mr. McKin­
been ordered; surveys have been
: of $200 the following have enter-
ley nose out of joint.
made, and the capacity of the
ie<l: Chess, Buffington; Honest
Brown ditch is to be enlarged,
Dick, Cushman; Scotty Hayes
For a man w ho claims to be Oscar Sheppard.
and before snow flies a complete
(louring mill plant will be in work­
ing order within a mile of our
town. Now all that is necessary,
is for the farmers to get in and
raise plenty of wheat. We con­
gratulate our citizens upon the
inception of this enterprise, and
think the gentlemen who have
undertaken it deserving of every
possible incouragement for their
praise-worthy efforts in the line
of progress.
Burns is making rapid strides
to the front, and we fell no hesi­
tation ip saying that she leads all'
other towns of equal population in 1
Oregon.
certain of renomination Mr. Me
Kinley does a lot of vote-making
—Tur TiMR» n«t*!.r> and Ore-
campaining.
joni»:t for 42 in advance.
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Notwithstanding
American
love for pies and cakes, the En­
glish consume more sugar per
capita than we do.
The Ccltbration.
F. 8. MILLES Preptietor,
OfPART
Fur
mail
11 21
a. ut.
3 26
p tn.
YOUR
THE RCÜI91LIK
Fro« Baker L’ity
Attrarr
From
Salt l,akc,D«-nver,
Ft. Worth, Oma
ha, Kansas City,
St. Lou:», Chica­
go and East.
Fast
j «nail
Î 25 p m
Wail: Walla,Spo
kanc, Portland,
San
Franeiico,
Miuticipolis, St.
Paul, Duluth,Mil­
waukee, Chicago
r n«i East.
••« Ottjn
Thi» Stabi» i» l»e*ted on thè eora»r ef Frst md B, Streati ib |’ l
end graia ei haid
Il«s competcnt help, Bua» » Job Wteeg T.i
• > A****|U|(|.
jer» to »ey pari of thè Country.
OEM
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UN l'ERTA KER. ,
<THE CAPITAL SALOON’S
TRISCII i DONEGAN, Prtprittort.
Oregon.
The “STAR" Sal
11:23
a. ni.
R. C. ANGEVINE, Propheten
The celebration of the nation’s t
birthilay in Burns was somewhat |
Creai Sttameie
I of a disappointment to many.
Fron; Portland.
4 p. li
For San Francii-
Although the majority of our guests ® P *
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND ClO.tfl.
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were please«! they expected tnotei
Every 5 days.
FINE
BILLIARD
AND
rOOI. TABLES.
1 anil slioul 1 have l.s'l it.
lolacibia River
The usual sunrise snl.ita was 8 p. n.
steamer«
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOM!
Normal Term.
4 p. tn.
; omitted and thete acre no fireworks . Ex Sun
Except
To Astoria and
1 day.
inti.» evening. The progrim in 1 Saturd'y
waylabdiugs.
| bundaj.
The reader» of Tur. T imes H ekald furenann was good with the t xc«'p
10 p. m.
' remember a short piece from lie pub­ tion of there being : a vocal music
Willamette Bivar.
There i- . movement on foot lish« <1, probably, three weeks since
mil the Lail not being Ititpeet auglt ! 6 a rn
Oregon City, New 4:30 pm
t » h rd . ournament here some treating upon the benefit«« our teachers,
Ex er pt
to nccomtr.odato the largo crowd | Except berg, Salt in and
time this fall in which Canyon advanced pupils and school» Would re - I ¡'he oration of R. M Turner was ' Sunday.
Sunday.
Waylanding».
City, Prinevill and Burns will ceive ficin 11 »bort term of normal pronounced good by all and the
Willamette % TeiahJI 1 3:30 p tn
7p m
hirer.
participate. It is suggested that training by au «dicatnr entirely profi- 1 Burris Band »as highly praised for , Tciisd.iv
Mondxy
ci»
nt
in
every
particular
to
give
such
purses be hung to the amount of
Wedo e-
P. G SMITH, Prept.,
its music.
T’lbr'd v Oregon ^Gity,Day
Birci, Ortgu.
uMtrutioas. Prof Kittndga of whom !
day and
ton
A
\\
ay
land
s.
1
and
$iooo for a series of base ball
Notonlv f.as this county well
I wrote a*, that time, will be I k F j th« {
Friday
Saturd’y
gamps, foot races, high jumping,
represented, but a large nutwber
third Monday in thia month to teach a 1
4:30 p m j
attended from Canyon and other 6 a. in.
hose team contest, etc., the meet­ «liort term i f four or more weeks.
WlUamette Hirer.
Tuesday
Tuesday
ing to last for a week or ten days
Thurs- j
1 have written to all the sebo'I [duct «. We are unable to give the Thurand Portland o Cor-
T iik T imks -H eiiai . d is heartily clerks in the county apprising them nnn.es of our visitors on account
Sat. | vallis and Way- div and
, ''...... conti
” , ibu-
, ’ ioflnekof space
there being over
Sa'.urd'y
landings.
in favoi of such a meeting anil of his coming »nd so! belting
1
tl>e Uarc ball ground Leave
will do what it can to make the | tions from each district to help 1 iv 1 1
Leave
j in the 'afternoon.
Reste Rtver.
Hiparia.
Lewist’n
affair a success. More will be' Mr. Kittredge for Lis »etvices.
The ball in the evening was a daily ex
Now he d ies not want big pay for
Riparia to Lew- daily ex
sai/| of this matter later.
I this work and considering the oaatcria) • access and again the hall was , c .. 1
cept
iat»a.
balu d y |
Friday
¡crowded
for
jKople
to
dance.
We
I b, rtefit our teach, rs will derive from
training cncli uistrict wib 1 1 ero.romend that a stock company he
The grain crop in this section , such
rtesti taef fail c:c. ir. any quartity desired« eafl Chee*
c. J M ill :«, General Age»t,
will not comejup to the average, j rceeive trn fold ndvanlngc for the formed and put’up a large hall
¡that «¡11 r.ccomir.odr.te the crowd
Iluntimtcr, Oregcn
Hail the farmers known a gtisti «mount paid for the work
Ec’cgca ard
cf all kinds always on tab
This money e.«n be paid to roc »nd I | on such occasions, which we think j
milUvvould be in operation this
W. H IirtLBUtT,
will receipt for it or th* county tiens would bo t: pood irive«t»ient.
fall ptore wheat would Lave been I
G»n. P» m Ap nt, Portland, Or.
urer or nt the bank and if more tha’i
BASE BALI. GAME.
sown; as it is there will not be
hiifti.iiBl to jay Mr. Kittredge, t><
A
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«OItI.tR, Vic* Pi»»id»»t.
«nough to keep the mill running
The base ball game in the after- i
ecutribuled it will be addtd to the
ipn^. Bouie, on the Martin Bros eouuty institute fund and used for a J noon bet we sn Canvon and Burns
place‘js th«- only one in this im- like purpose next yeai
•va» hstly conte.«-ted.
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nieiliatp vicinity who will have art • It is unnecessary for me to dwell up
Both teams made some ey­
average crop.
on the importance of this kind ol train ¡itllent plays, as well as several
Cali and see sample» of our work
j
iu«2 nil of our citixeus are iutelllgetit , '«ad ones, but taken all was a good '
tx.
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J. W. BUCBANON, Fr.pt.
—
—
H a RNRT, O.TtJON.
and get Prices.
and know the actual bcm til accruing 'game for ani'tteurs. Burns was j
Inasmuch as the vvat in the 1 from methods taught in lias »oil nl not a favorite by any means in the
Tahiti Supplied with thi f!ril thi Varlrt Afferdl
1' lippine» is costing V. S. more ,t.hov|lt
betting, the Canyon bickers giving
il«..ti <1 million dollars a day, the
1 »ineercly hope« every district tn odds for a while. At the beginning
i csi' enf the people to have it I the couutv will assist in supporting of the last half of the'Jilt inning
—Term» for Board by the J»y, wsrk or uosth an App’icati»»——
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hurried t«» a close is perfectly nat *'*’* ' *Y°rl
seed « n» or mure ad the tally sheets showed : a tie. 21
• • but there is nothing
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vanced pupils who may become teach­
each. Burns made one run and
Transient Trade viven Special Attention.
lit al;
in sight
ers.
W
o
want
«lull
attvndanca
ul
the
game
was
over,
the
boys
not
mi
.
•
¡¡a,;
-
.
to indicate that it will be gratified
, »ar teachers.
caring t<> finish the inning although
soon.
W. C. B yrp .
there were no outs’
j
t o. Supt
In the nth inning W k Triseh of
t
Alger s.ty » he sees no reason
the Burnt nine was .«lightly dis.tbl
cd nhile trying to make home bore
for his resignation from the Cab­
The Races
In sliding in he struck hi« face
inet in his deal with Pingree and
«gainst the I'.itcher's knee, cutting
candidacy for the Senate, but
BURNS,
We give below the result of the
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OREGON.
In.«
eye slightly wh'cli. from '.lie
Seator McMillan will doubtless be • races up to time of going to pre.-.«.
iti»
liloiwl. prove:.toil him from taking
Tbe New York Life, Norwich Union am) English A®»rican Un'frr-
able to make Mr. McKinley see The dei isions in all races have
any mote part in the grtne. “Baby”
arile i, F.re, and Fidelity A Casualty, Preferred of New York Aeci-
pne or two strong reason«.
given satisfaction with the excep­ Angevine vv • substitoti«! in hi.:
detnd the swell known companies represented
tion of the halt mile dash tor the place. G Smith 1st b::-»inan in th»
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Residences, business property and vacant iots in a” parts cf th*
With ail due respect to Major $175 purse, winch was given to Canyon nine colltdr.l with a man
city for sale on easy terms; also some goed laud near Narrcwn **f
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Sam Jones, who ins the day of Bill Nyc on a foul .ti.d has caused who was running ard slightly
La wen.
,-praie.rd hi« knee but he kept oti
political parties is passing, we beg much hard feeling:
Lots 2 and 3, block 44, and lots 4 and 5 in block 43, near Narrow*
July J— Race No. 1,
mile playing Necthir acci<lri«:.<
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1 he W I sec 3«, T 24 S R 32j E. The SEi sec 36 T 24 S R 22j I,
to remark that when there are no
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Robt. Ilsrtin. tl.c umpire, nr.Jc •l je
SWi sec 16 T 23 S R 33 E. This at a sacrifice.
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r» w-v.
longer political parties there vvi’l dish free for all; purse $150,00
Vee Ye- fc
-r < t I 'Vi
all decisions in an 1.14.11;! a. man
Ent«
nd,
Paddy,
Wm.
Cushman;
t t'y property we 1 ave lot 2 in bl <k 6, on Main St knewn a* th»
po longer be a republic.
Sturtevant property. 35 foot front on C 8t in block 4. The Mcrr.io*
Bay Rum, Rob;. Mollit; Bill Nye,
lots near the brow» ry and a number of splendid resider.co lots near th*
Thos. Stephens; Dutch Mollie, H.
court house and gchool building If you need anything in .<*« cst*t*
There is one «ure reason W hv Bcird. I’addy tir.’t, Dutch Mollie
call on u* and g® price* No trauble to show property.
the democratic Nation! convention I second, 'ime 2 2 *-r •
pt next year will not be held in
Race No. 2.
mile dash for
New York City the party al llarnry county horses, owned in
largr will not have it.
Harney c'otmty priorto April 1st,
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It was because Kentuckey dem­
ocrats were so certain of earn ing
the state convention on took so
long to nominate a ticket.
S/’kVÆrt Class.
AT HOME
Old Robinson Building.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Our
Prices are
RIGHT
Your patronage solicited.
HARffiY HOTEL,
Comfortable Lodgings,
Everything First-Class
M. L:. T E'VSTIJS,
Real Estate & Instance.
n.
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Mi FURNITURE IS HERE.
A 1 Hirdwoo
potile person* take a lot of
t.ouble to t) 11 ether person’ tn a
roundabout wav that then pres
ence 1* not agreeable, when a
plain word or look would accom.
plish the result much van er.
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111
, ..v.
The anti-llaan* Ohio ri pub
Iqaip would accomplish mote if
they wrul’d tight harder when
I fauna i* on hand and talk leas
ayl.e.) be •»
a) •
that never won • first m«>nev :
I ini n< w in j p
m to
pur«e $175.00.
Evtvred. Red
Cheik, McClain; Butch, Bulling­
ton; l.u ’ati« . btepl’in». Lunat’c
tint. Knl Chr. k tc -nd. tune 50
My «teck <« ■■« ct <>f v I amber Suits, extension tables, h.iil trees
July 5.
Race No 3- 3 8 ch.i s of ill de‘Ciiption.«, w. a, ..n.l wire mattresses, window .«hades.
mill dash fi ec to *11; punte 175 • «enter table« ard everythin. can d 1:1 a firji clas» fumitme-'or
Eetrio», Dutch Mollie. II. Bead;
A ou in invited to call and
nn »lock .mJget pii«ex
Bili Nye. Stephens, Paddy , Cu«h-
Furniture «nd Sewing Machines R pairrd.
man. Bill Nye first, Dut« h Mol­
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( I I. LINE OF CA-’CETS. GENERAL UNDERTAKING
lie ««•comi, time, 36.
Race No ;. \ mile dash for
H ne' County -.uid'e h :««•
U-v «1 run f ir pr|l I <
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FURNISH A HOUSE COMPLETE
CALDWELL, IDAHO
A Cenerai Banking Susine» Trcaj acted
CORRESPONDENCE 5SVTT1D
C. S. BIGGS
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