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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1903)
SCOTT ELECTED PRESIDENT
THE PRE Mil M LIST HARNEY C(M*ITY FAIR
Following is a complete list of
premiums to b9 awarded at the
TSf 0REÜ0NUN EDITOR HEADS THE
Fair. September 1-1 to 20 inclusive:
LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR
All premiums will be divided as
•follows: .'■evenly per cent, first
PreaMeat Will Have (ieaeril Chart« «1 the premium. 30 p-T cent second pre
A cert iti-ate accompanies
Exgaslilaa a»d Direuor-tieneral
each premium slating the grade of
the prize awarded
Ten per cent
The uirecio.-s of the Lewis t a tul cent of premium will be charged on
dirk Fair have elected H. W. t all entries for prizes of $2. 5D or
S-sitt president am'» II. W. Goode | over.
niyisiox *— houses
d ii-«to! »general.
Draft Stnlli iii. $20
inlopltd by the board authorizes
Sweeimlake Stallion. $20^
tin- new director-gem-ral to visit
Jackass, and colls of his get, $20.
S in Francisco, Nashville, Atlanta
Mare and colt, draft. $20.
and New Orleans, where expositions
Mare am! colt, roadster, $20.
of practically the same size as that
Best team of draft horses
planned for Portland have been
hel l, ami consult with the officers mules, $25.
Double driving team $20.
wiio in-id:- these fairs a success
Single driver, $15.
Under the resolutions adapted by
Best reined saddle horse $10
tlieboard the director-general will
have charge of the business man
agement of the exposition
Bull, two years am] over, $20.
will give practically all of his time
Milch cow and calf. $20
lo the work and will be entirely
Beef cow ami calf. $20.
responsible for the administration
Iti VISION < —SHEEP
of affairs at the exposition grounds
Tin- president’s duties have l,eeu
Ram. one tear or over $25
lightened considerable. It was de
Ewes, ¡>en of three- lambii, wool,
clared that the president would be $20.
compelled to "sit on the safety!
Ewes, p hi of Ihr«* lamb**, for
valve” mid to consult with com mutton,
mittees, tieads pf depart inent,officers
lie4 tfreee, $10.
of the association ami in a general '
way keep in touch with Exposition!
Boar, on»* year or over. $7 50
Brooding mow and |»ig8.$5.
Other officers elected were: I N.
Fleisehner, first vice-president; W.
DIVISION E — Pot r.TKY.
3. Wheelwright, second vice-presi
Trio of Brahmas, $3 50
dent; Samuel Connell, third vice-
Ohnehin». $3 50
president; Henry Reed, secretary;
Hamburgs, $3 50
First National Rank, treasurer.
Leghorns, $3 50
Adolphe Wolfe has filled the
Domineckers, $3 50
position of eecon l viee-president
Plymouth Rocks, $3 50
and auditor uf the Lewis and Clark
Pair Turkeys, $3 50
Exposition. Had he been willing
DIVISION E — EARM PRODUCTS.
to accept the responsibilities of the
|>osition, the directors were inclined i
Display of sheaves of grains, all
to elect him first viee-president ’ kinds, not lees than five sheaves of
and ask him again to take up the each. $5
duties of auditor. Mr. Wolfe, how
lOOItis barley, $5
ever, was compelled to decline both
lOOIbs wheat $5
lOOtbs oats, $5
The board of directors did not
alfalfa, $2 50
elect an auditor
The question has
Timothy grass. $2 50
been considered several times and '
Natural meadow grass, $2 50
there seems to be a strong senti
Corn, $2 50.
ment in favor of selecting someone
DIVISION <• — IIORHcTI.TI RE.
who will accept the position of audi
Display 1 pk apples, $5
tor and devote his entire attention
1 pk peaches $5.
to the accounts of the Exposition
1 pk pears, $5
Company. It was decided to leave
1 pk plums, $5
the question with the finance com
mittee, which will consult with the
president and secretary, reporting
at the regular meeting of the board
on August 14. i
No successor was elected to W.
W. Cotton, who resigned as direc
tor of the Exposition Company.
Mr Cotton’s plans for the coming
year will take him cut of the city
most of the time, and he could not
devote the attention to '.lie work that
lie itelieves necessary. A special
committee a new member of a
member of the board.
A special committee of five had
lieen designated at a previous meet
ing to take up the question of th»-
organization of the hoard, and its
report upon the best plan of organi
zation was adopter). The commit*
tee recommend- >1 the election of Mr
HcoU a» preeid -nt. ai d defined his
duties as those prescribed in the
by-laws of the company. It was
explained that the president would
not he expected to give his attention
to the detail management of the
Exposition affairs, that this could
be better done by a director general.
A business m in selected from the
business wien of Portland, one
thoroughly in touch with local
affairs and able to give his alien-
to the busine«- management of the
Exposition, was urged
of $ 5»x> per month and expense«
rec »mmende-! H W Goode as
lera!. and the recoin-
tnendalioas were approved
Goode will assume the duties of
his office Ol S*ptrm»>er 1. but in
ie is authorized tn
vimt tboos >'dies which hav- hel<1
similar a>p tioas and «tudy the
plan o$ fce-r' .n they followed —
. I, prut, g at rrs* i,
DIX1SIOX It—GARDEN PRODUCE.
Bushel Onions $2 50
Turnips $2 50
Beets $2 50
Potatoes $2 50
Tomatoes $2 50
Cabbage 1 doz heads $2 50
Sugar Corn $2 50
Squash $2 50
Display of Kahlrabt, Carrot,
Kale, Cauliflower. Mangle-wertzel
etc , $2 50
DIVISI«»* I — DAIRY PRODCCTi.
Butter ♦ '»
DIVIATO* I — HANDIWORK.
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brother mol si- til of the above
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mnl lo Axii- nml Elizabeth, sisli is
ol the above oaim'd Allen T t'taik
deci ;n,i <1, win
real iiaiiieH are un
known, nml lo nil persons ii.t .ested
ill siiiil est'ib '
artist $ 1 1
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than ten p ’
feet in B i;
plants -Ÿ 1 ».
E x h i I lition ol
than 2" v i
Loaf su It ri
Hop rising 1 ■
Potato yea ( ■
Soda bi-, o'
Larg- - t ■
digests what you eat
and sweetens Ute stomach.
KODOL cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, and
---------------- all stomach and bowel troubles.
accelerates the action of the g»s-
---------------- tri. glands and gives tone to the
KODOL relieves an overworked stomach
---------------- of all nervous strain gives to
the heart a full, free and untrainmeled
action, nourishes the nervous system and
feeds the brain.
■ hing. gramar. l-ook-
' c vil government
I’l . .-i'llogy, geography ,1
'illilv Siipoi ¡i.li-iidinl.
$5.1)0 RI M ARI).
Special Accommodations for Traveling Men.
This hotel is c< ntrallv locateli nml under the management of an
The building let- been thoroughly renovated
'Mie nbove ri viri! will lie paid to experienced landlord.
B lany. plane geonu - anyoik who finds Korses un the imi is well furniahed
'I'he ilining room Is in charge of |H>lite. accom-
’i history, English litera- range ami will pince them at some modating waiters
The tables tiri fumi heil with tin- liest.
■ ■ i -ychology.
' con venie i)t place when* I can get
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them, br.ii ded as folloWr
I! E on
LONNEC I ION.
left stifle. or\‘upir- 5 I u’kwards on
_• \\ ednesday. August
$5^1, r h'" i I will bi- paid
k A. M , nml con-
\ <>.<». Dutcher,
'il I riday August 1 I. at
JOHN 0 HAM fl I •
FRANK K.COFFIN, \ t, , I'm*
Jim Dump» «suited, " We
On Summer day» »o clo»e
Build up • fire and »tew
•nd steam 1
A dish of Fore«,’«bowl
I»Ju»t the food to fit uor
And keep» u» cool,"
laughed " Sunny Ji
FAN« Y WuRK
Landscape painting in nil on
Marine painting in oil $5
Portrait on canvass $5
Largest display [-«rrtrait painting
in oil on canvas«, three specimens |
It is atra
Largest and beet display <»f por i th-1 • w
trait painting in oil by on*» pf-rsofi wat» r
‘ 15 frei
Best painting in Water Colon* i Gold g-
by the artist $-5.
Largest ami m at Crayon drawing I old riv.-r , •
five oj rm-re speeimena by one per which e. :.f
W<" I lisp:
Photographic views, two, large locate '
•iae by emo i-ermn $*2 50.
Pholographie view», largevt nntn- only i st> ■><
face lit I '
Iwr by one |-er»on $2 50
Largent •,,<) ticat display of Pho- of th-
Digraph- F-r one person $2.
Autumn leave« drawn in waler
color» $2 50.
Sea no*« in frame« $2
Sign painting, work by artici
In i li N mile of I h ■ Still, of t )ti - I KODOL ls th® wond®rfuI rirn°dy that is
- ■— making so many sick people well
gun, full lire hereby cili d In lie ami
and weak people strong by giving to their
pp' ar III I he < 'oliuly t'lor I of the bodies all of the nourishment that is con
State of Oregon, for the County of tained in the food they eat.
ll irm v, nt the Court ro in thereof, Buttles only. $1 00 Size holdinc 2’4 times the trial
i at his Home at Oyster Bay.
size, which sells for 50c.
t the city of Burns, in the County
Frcpar.d wily by E. C. DsWITT 4 CO.. CUICAOQ.
I llnrney, on Monday, the 7th dm
I lamination .
, FIRST, SECOND
>f Sept, mm r, A. D 1 !MI.',, nt |u
o’clock n III , of that day, then and
■ Il t by given that the
\\’>,lm'sd:iv pi ern 'i' hip. histo there to show cause, if volt or liny |
• mlent of Hartley ry, orthogrnpliv. rending.
of you have, why a uerlain instill-; ilfcWit*’-
j u Salve
Thursdav — Written mi limit tic,
I bold the regular ex-
inent in writing, presented to the'
For Piles, Burrs, Sore..
f applicants for state theory of ("icliing gr .mn.ar, phy
p ipers nt Burns, ns siology
Friday — (ieogr.ipliy
arithmetic, "bool law. civil govern-1
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
i/ Wednesday, Aug-
PRIM ARY « Eli I'll l< VI EM.
■ l ek A M . and coii -
Wednesday — l’- i.imiti hip or
iI 'Saturday, August 15,
thography. r< olir/, -iritiiiiietic,
■ cli i k.
MB”. A. J< >R !>A X, Proprietor. Bl ’ R X S. OREGON
Thursday—Ait ol <jt.< tinning,
. ■— Penmanship, liis-
. ng. algebra, reading. theory of t ichiiig, iii' tlmd- mid
.1 C. B ai : i i e i i
■ ■■ - Written aritlimt tic.'
Neatest piece of Mechanism in
Iron $3 50
In Brass $3 50
In Tin $3 50
In Wood $3 50
In Stone or Brick. $3 50
DIVISTO* k — ART AND
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W I I < « > V! i
A - I < a Mil I »
OF BURNS, ORECOW.
Auottnls of Corporalioti', l irtns and Indi» ¡duals Solicited.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
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V llaiii« -
<J7<r/<r and Conntt/ 'Warranta iontf^t at the mrvAtt pr.ct
I hi* bank is insured and will he reimbursed for an> loss by
or hold up day «>r night
not a blood heater
ot- ONIAHIO OREGON
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