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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1903)
Make a Good Showing at The Harney
Notice of Final Settlement.
A fresh assortment of candies In the County Court, for
County Fair This Year
HATI'KbA Y. M '.I -I
Job printing—The Times H ra.
County, State of Oregon.
the Matter of the Estate
If you want a good pair oi Thues,
try a pair «f Asbestos. I
hand-made.—Schwartz -- : lludle- Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that
Thomas F. Arnold, executor, un-l
der the will, of the estate of Arthur
Blanckley Paton, deceased, having
Potent Pill Pleasure.
The pills that are potent in there Gled his final account as executor
I of said estate and that Tuesday
action and pleasant in effect are
I the 8th day of Sep. 1903, at 10
DeWitt’s Little Early Riser-. w.
o’clock A. M. at the Court House,
S. Philpot of Albany, •■ • •
■ During a bilious attack 11 ->k one. in Burns, Harney County, Oregon]
Is with us and we have everything you need iu the wav
plies during that period. Bring or send in your orf«,*
just received at Horton s.
Editor Times-Herald:—The liar-
: County Fair will soon be here,
md in view uf the necessity of a
. rc ditable exhibit of farm and gar
paid to den produce at the fair this full. I
It’1.1 A N It A 1Í H
think the peoph should be urged tu
m tk.- the best possible exhibit
The Times I lerald most hearti
alung these lines. 1 emphasize the
ly agrees with “< i'i/an” who has
ni TT-sity this year for several rea
a communication in ;-nothi i c i
son» The most important, how-
uinn in regard to the coming
. v-r. being the fact that the eyes of
Small as it was it did me more iias been set as the time for hear-
County Fail’. If ever there was
the Government experts and out-, good than calomel blue-mas ir any , ¡ng of objections to said final ac-
a time for making special efforts
| -id'- world are upon us.
other pills I ever took and at the coullt allj the settlement of said
in the way of displaying produc ts
Tin Government agents are mak-
same time it effected me pleasantly. estate.
it is this fall. The smallness
I ing surveys, gathering data and in
All heirs, devisees, or parties in
Little Early Risers are certainly an
the premiums should be no
formation regarding our valley.
ideal pill.” Sold by Burns Drug terested in said estate will appear
They are making special investiga
Clise for not displaying. It is not
and file their objections to said
tions about the possibilities of fu
the object of a fair to make mon
final accounton or before said date.
ture’ productions in the valley.'
ey. It is gotten up espec ially for
Thomas F. Arnold,
FAIR WEEK SPORT PROtiRAW
1'ln-y want to know about the ftuit,
the benefit of the farming and
on an olii- Vegetables, grains, grasses and other
stca kraising industries of ll.irnev
First day—Maiden race for Har
produc ts that ’are now, . and can
County and should be appreciated
Notice to Creditors.
hereafter be raised. And undoubt ney county saddle horses that never
and taken advantage of by the
edly the exhibits , at. the. coming
people. It should lie remembered
• lining Home
All persons having claims against
One-quarter mile dash, free for
Fair will be taken as an. indication
Ilia’. these premiums are given by
W. Kelso deceased are notified
of what we can raise. We should all, 1100.
Harney County and its c itizens
by order of the Honorable
ti ll them in noyincertaiiilanguage.
alone and c annot be expec ted to
Court in Probate for Har
wii ami i on
While this has been an unfavora
equal other sections that are
ney County. State of Oregon, dated
gone to the
ble year in some respects, yet if hores that never run for
the 2fith day of March 1903, the
favored bv state appropriation.
everyone would take an interest in money, $50.
undersigned was appointed Admin
' -how ing the products of their gar
istrator of the estate of J. \\ . Kelso
tJNLI R Illi: GASLIGHT
Three-fourth mile heats, 2 in 3, di-<-< risi-d and qualified on the 5th
: liibit would be a credit to any
We are interested in the trot or pace, for 2-year-olds, free for d iv of August 19O.">. and to present
Under the Gaslight was product <1
claims either to him in person
; proponed Government Reservoir, al), $75.
81111 • 1 'tv ni Ji» i
mill din-i ted to h im in the
, and th»‘ '
a II iirp i CoinpHny. mid
Ins a' t.ui nev. Th irnton
pipa f i
• of the larypsl hot
Three-fourths mile heat, trot o, \\ il iams. I- irnsOre. properly veil-
, -h'.w that wt can rais. little that
1» thl* pl
of tl <
fled .uni v-itii Ii- I f ■
i- f v dim it will certainly influence pace, for horses tired in Hart
mid G eon
1 a ' 1
II i rper 1 H seei ic iirtist is to Le ’Olí-
expiration of the public-»tu wi of this
Ropin ' contest.
against us. The Fair com
gratulili <1 Oil the renliMtic <11 pe »
Fourth Day—Base ball, t oti v .■ notici
mittee h-re advertised premiums
v II • ■ r iil' »id Hiiil pie-
vs. Burns, for cup. Ba.-k'-t
First pu .!i.- .ti ii date 1 A
Hf'ii -, ( ¡
i Harper gay» a
for a 1'ieat many
1903, in Th • Tim- - Herald 4
Btrong p • rt r«yi 1 of Laura <’o
Hon C W I'- rr -Ii and G A.
chance to make a display of them, $25. (inn club shoot $511.
weeks. 5 'usertions. Lust ptlbli-
L iik I, in th » fur th ad bhe ha<l tlie 1 Ih uh .1
and a meager or discreditable dis-
Fifth Day—One-half mile heat-. ca lion Sept 5, 1903.
inisf.ii t ii nr to < tit a deep gacli in Cn-i-k last. W.-du -day
.1. 11 Gard,
3, free for all, $125
I i » t lout w itli nharp ax who t sed !
isli Iris invi- gon- 1 i thi* mountains i
I my County's interests
Three-fourths mile heats, trot r
in diopi tin U he r way out of the sta
Mis Lainp'hii • • Iris Riven up her I in other parts of the state, while pace, free to all, $125.
Estate of .1. W. Kelso di
lion, in tini'’ to o si ih Simrky from
oo l'ois i. <’r«' k and will admitting, practically, our natural
Sixth Dav—Three-fourths mile
the Irai f Imi phiekilv finished ilo
The local talent gave soon take h»-r d-j i.irtire for Engine ! advantages for the proposed Gov dash free for all $150.
Friedrich the tailor will be ready
Relay race $100.
splendili assistance. Miss Clare where she will t pend the winter t ernment Irrigation works the howl-:
next week to take orders for suits
, er- are crying us down because we
Seventh Day-consolation purses.
Swain as Pearl Courtland, had a with ln-r motín r. Mr- Linton.
A tit assured. No charge for al
can tuise little" or nothing here
Conditions—All the above events
excellent appearance and played
Earl Dorman has returned from i
Shall we admit the correctness of are free for all unless otherwi-
the put in a faultless manner 1 ndiann w h- i
w ut a few mouths ì
their claims by making a display stated. In all races, five to en
Julian llyril g ive a typical picture ago to com - V ' !
r< imiitis of bis'
of a New York neivs-hov who was father h-nu'- 1 i «urial- Lari svili , that does no credit to us or our pro ter and three to start, hut the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, j
ductions? I hope not, and I be Association reserves the right to
ever r- ell Io help his friends, Pea make 11 irney • ’> uiitv his bolliti.
l NITEIl STATES I AXIKlFFli E..
lieve not if the importance of this hold a less number than five to fill,
nuts a It liuii.: h a nail part was pre
Hurns, Oregon. June 26, l'.KKL »
hereby given that the following
sented Io its fullest extent while on
by reducing the purse in propor
filed noHee of hia intention
-1 ■ài, are homo troni oftlie people
And why should we tion to the horses entered, All en- to make linal proof in support of hia claim, ami
• »tiler Bros . John
the stage Io M'lvin Horton
Unit stti'l proof will be made before the Register
not have a eieditable display? The ' tries to close at 8 o'clock sharp the t ml Receiver nt Burns,Oregon, on August 27th,
minor roles were well played by 1 heir trip t i tlie
I'.'o::. viz Hd. Entry No. 1237 of William .1.
They a Il look well and The Fair committee here ottered evening before the race. Cali fer George,
Jake Blank and Chester farter chutes
for Loti 2, 3 and : mid NEJ4
.».. Ip. 2.-.S . R. . 2 E \\ M.
more liberal premiums this year uia Jocky Club rules to govern all
The news boys qilartete was Well fat und report a iootl lime.
lie names the following witnesses toprove
his continuous residence upon mid cultivation
received ami < aeh member of the
All aged of said Jami, viz: Adam George. Horman Ruh
S. B. Riddle, vvho w.is a r<‘«ident than ever fiefore: The people here races, except weights
and < linrles Johnson, all of l.awen, Oregon, and
company appeared with credit.
have plenty to exhibit' the expense horses to carry not less than 12.5 Simon Lewis of Burns, Oregon.
of tlm Harney c. unirv in 1870 and
W m . F arre , Register.
exhibiting is almost nothing; the pounds, Troting or pacing races
who wa« the owner of the famous
Riddle ranch in Happy Valley, is only cost is a little time and atten will be governed according to Na-
Mr Riddle is tion. Perhaps some consider the ■ tional Troting Association rules. NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
here buying hors *
premiums as small. 1 can’t believe ' The relay race is five times around
Notice of Appointment )
now locateli in \\ yoiiiing.
ENITEI»-TATES LAND OFFK EJ
BERNS, Oregon, Juue 17,1903.1
that this is an excuse
Harney the track; five horses: change
of Ad mimst rator of t he I
hereby given that in compliance
Estate of Ellie MSv me ’
E A Erase! manager of the county people are not so sorbid as 1 horses each time around: rider to with tlu'i»roviBi»'t'8
<>i thf act of t ongreHB oi
Ks, entitled “An act for the sale of j
well k now n Mb i nr Mercanzie Co. that. We certainly cannot expect : change own rig: saddle mi l blanket June:'..
timber latnU in the Suites of < nlif...
fornhi, Oregon ,
Nevada, mol Wiishington Territory.
N "i ie. i - I o i < 1 a given that the of • lutali". ■ |> -lit a f .v days in our to make money out of a fair. It is 1 seperatc; saddle eii.died with lati- ed to n'l tb.' Pnblit Land States bj >y act
net of Augtdt
I. is1.'-’. Roudolph R. sltz.
•Itz. of l.awen, county of |
undersigned lias beili appointed city this wi ek i l.il< on a tour of not a money making institution go; choice of bits. Entrance fee Hartley. State of Oregon,
on. has this <lay
»lay tiled in i
this <»tiit e his sworn statement
tatement No. 201, for the I
administrator of the above named i this section in (lie interest of his and was never intended to be. Al ten per cent of purse, Money in pm chase of tin w 1 . X W , . W m ' s\V'
- w | ■ ot
■ i Section
'■ it i> >n I
I.« in Township No. 21 S, Range No.
7... 34 .
that such appointment is
though the premiums this year are races to be divided as follows : ' " M.fitid
will otler proof
to sln»w ■ that
•' - . ...........
Jt • ’ ' for - - iln ----
bv virtue of ui .oder of the Honor
more liberal than ever and intended First money 70 per eent. second atone than f»»r
tnblish his claim to said laud before Register
able, the t u itv Court of the State
money 30 jier cent. The \ssocia- pi ll Rcteiwr
vr of this otlice
.... nt Burns. Oregon,
E V Dalton, co intv treasurer of
on Wc'IneBday. i . the 2»'
2». day of August. 1903.
of t »reg.m tortile County of Har
mittees command to eompense for tion reserves the right to change
lie names as is wituessvL
witnesses: _ Joaepli
__ ,_ _ I ______
’. Rector, _
.<>1,11 I . *i’z. Philander
H. Gray and John
ney. dull m.lúe and entered in that
tin littleexpense of making the ex- any of the above races in the event Grav all of Law u. Harney < o.. Oregon.
A iij and all pt rsons claiming a<iversely the
that the date of said order
(- liibil Some of the most creditable of their not filling, also to postpone abov< dvseribed lauds arc requested to tile
their lai ms on or l»efort' suid2t» day of August
is the I'.’tli dav August 1903 and
display* last year, were made with any and all of the program on ac t'.'HB.
W m . F a i: n e . Keg ist e r.
that the undersigned has qualified
out regard to whether a premium count of inclement weather
ami is now tip' duly
wa“ - IT red for the products dis-
appointed ■ piahlii d and actli.g ail
pl.ivei'. but solely to show what
ininistrator of said estáte
could be donewith a little care and
all persons h.iiing chume agaiust
said estate, sliullld pre-enl the same
riiis is the proper spirit. Tiie only ■
to me, the umlersigm d. hv malí,
v. u«e that ean I t offered is a lac
If you buy an article at the City Drug Store and find it
addressed at I. i w en P -t < »fliee.
interest, and this is no excuse. Let
in any way unsatisfactory. bin _ .: back and get \ ur money
Harm i Count!, >r through inv
in interest. Look to the
back. I do not. at any time, want vour money unless
attorney. a' his office in Burns.—
tuture interests of vour county.
that such < i'laiin* shoulil be dulv
are satisfied. 1 am not sentiment
l out it; I kn >w it
' | ri le in our home products.
Verified i- bi
I m rcipiired. aeeom-
pay me to treat you well.
i 4 in displaying them
panied bi voncher» if anv exist in tin
wi. interest and our county's
HEREFORE if you .ire wanting anything in
slid lie handl'd III within six month
ii ti *t. don t let us stand back
line of drugs, medicine -. toilet artic'es. perfumes, nuts
from the expiration of tIn«
ai d wait until other« make their
candies, books, periodicals, • anv'nng usually carried bv a
i xhibits and then sav "I could I
vi» four weeks
after tin dale u
first closs pharmacy, give me a call and be convinced. To
have doh’' l> tier than that." That
wetted in I'liv I
living out of town, «ill be glad for you to m ike the
* us in the das* uf knockers." •
Drug Store head-quarters while m the city. Leave
have no rightful place and
Bum to W It
your bundles until you are readv to 1. oe town and they will
mi useful purpose in Harnev
day of Aug
tjr at present
be taken care of.
Let us make
long pull, one strong pull and
X-T. M. Z-XOZSTOZST, Z’zop
together and show what we
iln if we trv
I hope Mr Edi
that you will urge thia mattar
ention of the public
■< TUITION KATES
He's not after
C urv T
liminary examination of
»* - m last Monday barg-
•ssault with a deadly
suited in the latter plead-
g'ulty to »«fault and i was fined
l.ater J I Wood
on arraigned on 1 a charge
liquor without I license
H< waiv.d examination and was
i iced under $150 bonds to a ptwar
I’t-retba circuit court
We are prepared to fill them in every detail with the ver
of everything. Also a new lot of the latest styles and fj,,’
IDx-y Groods, Clothir
TU10 CARbOADS JUST
Complete line on hand.
Dain and Acme Bucks.
Deering Howers and Binders
Buckeye and Osborne Mow«
fDaehine Oil, Binding Tutine, Wire Rett
Pure JVIanilla Rope.
New Stock of Bicycles
guaranteed by the manufacturers
Call and get pt ices on our new stock.
GEER & CUMMINS, Burns, IF,*.
----- RESERVED FOR-----
Ml I.LEK & THOMPSC
They will have
thing to say next week )ever
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLHÍ!
Affords the people of East ami Central Oregon a
first class modern Husineas College. It is a home instit»1^ nd J
every course involved in Business College work Its
as charged elsewhere ami the methods are the »au»
nt any time, instruction at the College nr bv mil
months the College will conduct a
S ummer N ormal S chv *
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BURNS LIVERY AND FEED ST1 Z
A- DIBBLE. Prop«1
, to tra it.icicnf
freight t<'>,,ti' urti
Horses ^<7^ •
FUST CUSS LPtf
W. E. HUSTON
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