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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1903)
Notice of Final settlement
I J. N. Rice, of Linn County, fath-l
siderable shrinkage from the hard THE TEACBEtS' ANNUAL MEETING. er of the unfortunate young man,
In the County Court, for Harney
la with ua and we have everything you need in the im
drive. By driving young stuff and
Mersey Ceesty lattMate te be Held •» Claud Rice, who was sent to the
County, State of Oregon.
plies during that period- Bring or send in your ordw.
allowing the stuff to recover from
Bares Sept 7-M.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 15, 1W8.
In the Matter of the Estate
the trip the following season they
vear ago, is in this city. Mr R»c®
Arthur Blanckley Patin
can be put into better condition
us his son died last June
To ths Tsschsrs of Harney Coun- informs
We are prepared to fill them in every detail with the vM
he is here to look after some^
and i£o direct to market as finished ty — I take ploasurs in presenting and
Notice is hereby given that
Hix Mont hi
to you this announcement of our property belonging to his estate.
Thomas F. Arnold, executor, un-
In this respect the P. L. S. Co. annual institute, bslieving that you
' der the will, of the estate of Arthur
JULIAN BYKI» - - — — MsBBfer is more fortunate than the small are deeply interested in whatever
Potent Pill Pleasure.
'Blanckley Paton, deceased, having LXT1TABEBG- de
stock men of this county—that will maintain and build up our The pills that are potent in there filed his final account as executor
By the call issued for the assem company has ranches along the American Institutions. No factor action and pleasant in effect are of said estate and that Tuesday
bling of the Eleventh National railroad where their stock can be ha« more to do with our beneficent DeWitt’s Little Early Risers. W. the Sth day of Sep. 1903, at 10
move on I > work
schools “In 8. Philpot of Albany, Ga, says
«u«n our jr».
Irrigation Congress at Ogden on finished. However, , this
I o’clock A. M. at the Court House,
r*. . to .L
the “During a bilious attack I took one
September 15 provision is made their part w ill be a
in Burns, Harney County, Oregon
for a large and thoroughly rep smaller men in this county, as it hope of the nation.” Progress de Small as it was it did me more has been set as the time for hear
resentative gathering. It is an relieves the range to some extent mands that you attend the annual good than calomel blue-mas or any ing of objections to said final ac
county institute The purpose is other pills I ever took and at the
nounced that each board of county giving the stock here a better
Ca.rxiag'es, IBu.g'gles. ding (
to prepare teachers for more same time it effected me pleasantly. count and the settlement of said
Commissioners,the Mayor of each show.
thorough and systematic work All
TCUO CARUOADS JUST ARRlVF,ygen
city, not over 25,000 population,
All heirs, devisees, or parties in
The Times-Herald assures Mr. who expect to teach in Harney Little Early Risers are certainly’ an
each Chamber of Commerce, ir Thompson it has no desire, what county this year, or at any future ideal pill.” Sold by Burns Drug terested in said estate will appear
Complete line on hand.
J and file their objections to said
rigation association, agriculture ever to create the impression that time, should attend. Old teacherB gists.
final accounton or before said date.
society, livestock association, so there are no fat cattle in this sec should attend to keep pace with the
Thomas F. Arnold,
ciety of engineers and agricultural tion. As for outside buyers com rapid advance of educational pro-1
FAIR WEEK SPORT PROORAM
college is entitled to send two ing in. The Times-Herald has on gross. Young teachers to get
delegates. Mayors of cities over more than one occasion, been in training for the practical work of First day—Maiden race for Har-1
Notice to Creditors.
25.000 population four delegates, strumental in getting cattle buyer» the school room. “No teacher has ney county saddle horses that never ,
and the Governors of each state here and can and will do it again.
machine Oil, Binding Tuitne, Wire Rope.
All persons having claims against
One-quarter mile dash, freo for
The Harney County Live teacher be can, and tbe institute
Pare Manilla Rope.
J. W. Kelso deceased are notified
Harney county should be rep Stock Association will also work will help you to become such ”
Graduates from the eight grade
resented in this convention by all on that line and at the proper
dash for Harrev county saddle County Court in Probate for Har
means. While it is possible each time see to it that buyers are here
pupils are hero offered a golden op hores that never run for public ney County, State of Oregon, dated
organization will not feel able to to recieve such stock as may be
the 26th day of March 1903, the
portunity /or review of the common money, $50.
send the number of delegates pro ready to go to market.
undersigned was appointed Admin
»ohool work. It will be time and
vided for, by working together
istrator of the estate of J. W. Kelso
money well spent whether you ex all, $125.
SUMPTER VALLEY COMINO.
several representative men may
Three-fourth mile heats, 2 in 3, deceased and qualified on the 5th
pect to teach or not. We certainly
be sent. The county court,board
appreciate the loyal support giv trot or pace, for 2-year-olds, free for day of August 1903, and to present
J. W. Ellsworth, a staff correspon en us in the past years and assure all, $75.
of trade, irrigation association,
such claims either to him in person
Third Day—One-half mile dash, or by mail directed to him in the
stock association and the city are dent of tiie Baker City Democrat, you that no pains will be spared
care of his attorney. Thornton
entitled to two delegates each, was in the city a day or two thia to make the coming session a most free for all, $150.
Three-fourths mile heat, trot or Williams, Burns Ore properly veri
making a total of ten. By work week Mr Ellsworth was here last profitable one
for horses bred in Harney fied and vouched for as required
ing together and making provis
and gave this section sotne good permitted to visit your schools and county, $75.
by iaw within 6 months from t <
ions, at least three and possibly
writeups. The gentleman informa note the work and good that you
Ropin ’ contest.
expiration of the publication of this
five delegates could be sent, Let us that the Sumpter Valley Rail
are doiug. Most of your number
Fourth Day—Base hall, Canyon notice.
this matter be taken up at once, road is certainly coming into Har have taken a very deep interest in
City vs. Burns, for cup. Basket
First publication daii-d Anjii-t
I iarney county must be repre- ney County. They now havs large your work and are striving hard to ball, C'ar.voii City vs. Burns. Purse
S, 1903, in The Tim' s Herald 4
contracts signed for extension and make tbe schools of Harney county $25. Gun club shoot $50.
weeks, 5 insertions. Last publi-
are pushing the work.
what they should be. You have
Fifth Dav—One-half mile heats, catiion Sept 5, 1903.
As Mr. Ellsworth came in he manifested a willingness to carry 2 in 3, free for all, $125
J. H Oard,
The Times-Herald- hopes the
found large crews of men at work out tbe plans as designated by this
Three-fourths mile heats, trot or
farmers of this valley realize the
building grades. The railroad peo office. In a largo measure you have pace, free to all, $125.
Estate of J. W. Kelso deceased.
importanceof making a display of
ple have increased the rolling stock proved you aptness to teach and
Sixth Day—Three-fourths mile
grain and vegetables at the com to more than double and have
These wheels are guaranteed by the manufacturers for
ability to govern. 1 have observed dash free for all $150.
ing fair. The government wants bought large shipments of rails
Friedrich the tailor will be ready
year. Call and get pt ices on our new stock.
with pleasure, these essentials, and
Relay race $100.
next week to take orders for suits
to know what can be raised in which are now being sent to the am more thoroughly convinced
Seventh Day—consolation purses.
A fit assured. N’o charge for al
this section and we should make front. He says they certainly than over that Harney County
I Conditions—All the above events
a special effort Io show it.
mean business and at the present possesses en ebls band of instruct are free for all unless otherwise terations.
rate will reach John Day Valley ors.
¡stated. In all races, five to en-
But while you have been mindful ; ter and three to start, but the
PLENTY OF BEEF
Mr Ellsworth did not know what of the beet interest! of the school, Association reserves the right to
Bonta was doing in regard while you heve ever been zealous I hold a less number than five to fill,
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. (
Lawen, Oregon, Aug ’J.
Burn«, Oregon, June 26, 1903.1
Editor Times-Herald—In the
iiHinetl gettler has tiled notice of his intention
youth of the county, and while you tion to the horses entered. All en- to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
Times-Herald of August 1 I noticed
DeWitt It Tbe Name.
that said proof will be made before the Register
have kept pace with all other for | tries to close at 8 o’clock sharp the »»nd Receiver at Burns,Oregon, on August 27th,
an article commenting on the out
1903» viz: Hd. Entry No. 1237 of William .1.
When you go to buy Witch Hazel ward movements, we would ask you evening before the race. Califor George,
for Lots 2. 3 and 4 and NE‘4 SW*. See.
look for cattle through the coining
36. Tp. 25 S.. R 32 E W. M.
winter and their present condition Salve look tor the name Dewitt on to give us and all school authorities nia Jocky Club rules to govern all He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
Whether or not it was intended to every box The pure unadulterated of thio county more earnest support I races, except weights All BgCCi of sail! land, viz: Adam George. Horman Ruh
and Charles Johnson, all of Lawen, Oregon, and
apply to the stock in Harney coun Witch H.izel Salve is used in mak and more efficient co-operation in | horses to carry not less than 12o Min on Lewis of Burnn, Oregon,
W m . F arre , Register.
Troting or pacing races
ty I do not know, but I can any
that from what I h ive seen from which in the best Halve in the world before. Weaek thio because more will be governed according to Na
working cattle on the range anil for cuts, burns, bruises, boils ec io expected of the teacher than ever tional Troting Association rules. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
different cattle men I have convers zema and piles The popularity of before. There oeems to be no stop ¡The relay race is five times around
I’NITED STATES LAND OFFICE.)
----- RESERVED FOR------
BI'RNs, Oregon, June 17.
the track; five horses; change
ed with 1 am satisfied that cattle DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, due ping piece.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
Do your duty and success will horses each time around; rider to with the provision r of the art of Congress of
are fully up to the average in con to its many cures, has caused num-
June3, 1*78, entitled “An act for the sale of
crown your efforts. Ever keep in change own rig; saddle and blanket timber lands in the States of California, Oregon
dition and that Harney will turn
Nevada, and Washington Territory.'' as extend
ofT her usual amount of beef stock placed on the market. The genu mind thet there is no “middle of ' seperate; saddle citched with lati- ' ed to a’l th? Public Land States L\ act of Augtst
They will have s um-thing to say next week.
4, 1892, Roudolph R. Sitz, of Lawen, count? of
You in school work.
go; choice of bits. Entrance fee Harney, State of Oregon, has thie day tiled in
this fall if we have the buyers to ine bears the name of E C. DeWitt tbs
this office his sworn statement No. 201, tor the
handle them, what we want is A Co, Chicago. Sold by Burns : ere either progressive or you are ten per cent of purse. Money in puichase of the w1» NW*4 W>a SW‘4 of Section
15 in Township No. 24.H, Range No. 34
races to be divided as follows: No.
buyers and by all means to prevent
E. U . M and will offer proof to show that the
i land sought is more valuable for its timber or
growing or decaying.
the impression going out that there
First money 70 per cent, second stone than for agricultural purpose, and to es
his claim to said land before Retrister
It io hoped that the same spirit money 30 per cent. The Associa , tablish
will be no tat cattle in Harney.
and Receiver of this office at Burns. Or tron.
the 26 day of August, r"'?’
of earnest devotion will lead you in tion reserves the right to change on He Wednesday,
You are no doubt well aware of
names as witnesses Joseph P. Rector.
The above reward will be paid to ¡the school work during the coming : any of the above races in the event Gray all of Lawen. Harney Co.. Oregon
the fact that certain men of our
Aiiv and all persons claiming adversely the
county do what they can to keep anyone who finds horses on the , year, that that has so greatly mark of their not filling, also to postpone above-described lands ar»- requested to’ tile
I their claims on or before said 26 davof August
outside buyers out anyway, and I range ami will place them at some 1 ad the year that ha» just closed any and all of the program on ac- ' 1908.
W m F arre . Register.
think it is certainly to every cattle convenient place where 1 can get Your attendance at the institute 1 count of inclement weather
man's interest who has cattle to them, branded as follows: R E on will ebow that you welcome the
sell to have as many outside buyers left stifle, or figure 5 backwards on new school year
As was our objset last year, the
turned this way as possible
left stifle $5 per head will be paid.
And as for the hay crop, I can
O. O. Dutcher,
speak for this section There will
Burns, Oregon of methods and inspiration. As
teachers you should make scholas
be sn average crop harvested this
Affords the people of last and Central Oregon all the opt
If you buy an article at the City Drug Store and find it
Fat lit Yau West.
tic preparation elsewhere and come
first class modern Business College. It is a home institut!
i in any way unsatisfactory, bring it back and get vour monev
every course involved in Business College work Its rates a-e the rork .
Persons troubled with indigos-.
' back. 1 do not, at any time, want vour monev iinle-- you
as chargetl elsewhere and the methods are the same. Students »1
lion or Dyspepsia can eat all they | devices. Il is earnestly desired
at any time. Instruction at the College or bv mail. During the
The runes-Herald is glad to want if thev take Kodol Dyspepsia that every teacher io the county, ae i are satisfied. 1 am not sentimental about it: I know it wi||
months the College will conduct a
get an expression upon the condi Cure Thu remedy prepares the'
tion of stock, the range and out stomach for the reception, retention, preeeut the flrat day and remain
HEREFORE if you are wanting anything in the
throuought the entire cession.
look for hay from such a reliable digestion and assimilation of all of I
line of drugs, medicines, toilet articles, perfumes, nuts
Your duty is required by law and
For teachers sod others who desire a reviewiog or prepara’
man as Mr. Thompson. The the wholesome food that may be
' candies, books, periodicals, or anything usually carried bv a
For specimens of pen work, and foil information on Rn«ine«.
article referred to in the above
makes it essential that you im i first closs phirmacy, give me a call and be convinced. To
was dipped from the Pendleton
the kind of blo<d that gives health prove every opportunity afforded ' tho>e living out of town, will be glad for you to make the
¡1 City Drag S- -e head-quartet r» while in the city. Leave
East Oregonian and was published
and strength. Sold by Burns Drug you for accomplis hi ng better work
by that paper on authority of a gists
State Superintendent J H Acker 1! 1 your bundles until you are ready to leave town and th< j will
cattle buyer who had not visited
man and Robert C. French, Presi , be taken care of.
this section at all.
From the local published in our dent of the Kaetern Oregon State
The article stated that the I’. last issue m regard to Chas John
L. S. c o. ate duving or piep.iritig son's arui. one might be led to be work of the institute
to duve all their beef stuff to lieve it was the fault of the physi Iu arranging for this institute I
California on account of lac k of cians that caused the trouble. have tried tn recognise the real
LEWIS * DIBBLE. Propts
teed. We learn that this is not This is not the case The fracture □cede of the teachers. Everv effort
true. That company is driving con was in fhe elbow and was quite com has been pat forth to make it the
beet and most instructive ever held
siderable y oung stoc k to the alfalfa
in Heroey county, end ell that re
fields of California, but not on the
tion was for the purpoee of Freeing main to be done is the regular and
lack of teed. By driving young
Horses kept b>j
up adhesions in the joint which bad prompt attendance of every teacher
stockout and allowing them to
io the county. This we hope lo
He is simply looking for
remain on good pasture in close
some of those good things
Dr H S Brownton and bride
proximity to transportation for a
FIIST CLASS LIMBI
I net ltule programs will be »ent
arrived home last Wednesday even
in the line of Grocene
time they realise more for the
to each teacher in the near future
ing after spending a month at Port Hcping to eee ycu at 3
Fruit. Feed and I’roduc
Hay and lirai
lanu and on the coast We are morning of September 7th. and
They have found that to drive glad to welcome them borne Dr. wishing tow oontinued success io
fat stexk to the railroad and ship and Mis Brownton will be at year work. I remain.
W. E. HUSTON
Your patronage *■
Yours vert truly
immediately to the maiket does b.une at the Presbyterian mar.ee
South Main St . F ’
not pay so well, as there is coo- neat week
Co. School Supt
Dry Goods, Clotty
Dain and Acme Bucks.
Deering Howers and
Buckeye and Osborne
New Stock of Bicycles
GEER & CUMMINS. Burns. Ore.
MILLER & THOMPSON
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