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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1903)
H ATC Kl) A Y HEPTKM BEK 19, HMKJ.
81 • B8( J KI rr ION K A T Eh
JI IJAN BIRD
HARNEY COUNTY AT ST. LOUIS FAIR
Hon. Jefferson Myers, presi
dent of the Lewis and Clark cen
tennial exposition commission,
was a visitor to our city this week.
Mr. Myers is making a tour of
Southeastern Oregon in the inter
est of the Lewis and Clark and
for the purpose of gathering a
display of products for the Louis
iana Purchase exposition at St.
Louis. He was most agreeably
surprised at what he saw in this
valley and the fruit and vegetables
grown at this high altitude, lie-
arranged with a committee of tin-
fair association to send a nice col
lection of products of our section
to the Lewis and Clark commis
sion at Portland which will latei
be sent to St. Louis.
The following is a list of exhi
bits wanted from this county:
wood, wool, grain, grass (native,)
wild grass, hour vegetables, fruit,
hops, red sand stone, borax. This
collection the tot al committee will
get together by Dec. 1st in ordei
that the commission may have it
in place at St. Louis by Feb. I,
Mr Myers addressed the people
from the grand stand at the fair
grounds yesterday afternoon, lie-
stated that the outside had no idea
of what we have in Harney county
and that the business men of
Portland were ignorant of our
wonderful resources, lie also
stated that the display of our pro
ducts at the St. Louis fair would
be a revelation lo the people when
they learn of the great altitude in
which it was grown.
The gentleman informed the
Times Herald that Gov. Cham
berlain was much interested in
this particular section and had in
sisted on Myer* taking the trip.
IMKREI* STILI AT LARUE.
ADMINISTRATOR ' NOTICE
Garred’s mother was a witness
at the inqu »1. She testified that
Ad (i.iried, the murderer, had
two w eeks.
Thai In 1 son had been at U kiah
as) lum md had escaped.
She tc'liiicd that her sun had
id had carried a gun
He told her before he
stai 1 ’h.:
is going to see
his hr >tiu rs, Joe and Charles, in
, tin- witness testi
fied, In 1 -on li.ui complained that
In- had I . , d p.asoning and that
he ‘-was gone up.” She testified
that she did not know the de
ceased Bui h l heard of the Mc
T he lab t received here is to
the elfei t tiiat Garred had not yet
been captured, but the sheriff of
had gained clues
that had not been made public.
L a 1 eh
\ telegram received
today by -iherifl Allen states that
offn 1 1 ■ .f \ a. aville,Solano coun
ty i-wh.mg, I not- with Ad Gar
red I t night, (iarred escaped
but the officers captured a horse
and rig he had stolen on the ioth
Solano counts is south and east
of Sonoma county where the kill-
ing took plat e.
1’he i oiu i i t to be given by
Prof. \\ i i likul and his class
next Friday i veiling, Sept. 25th,
will be of unu-uial interest. The
will sing a number of
his best »< h etmns, a tine male
quartet is also drilling—also a
ladies’ chorus of 16 voices. A
number of humorous selections
will in ike it interesting for those
who enjoy a hearty laugh.
numbers over 50
voii es, anil 1 1 imposed of the best
vocal talent in the city. Such
choruses are 1 111 ly heard in a city
of 'his size their work will be
woi th the pi........ I admission.
I ii kets for sale by members of
the i l i- ii
uid tin I :i\ Drug Store. zXs it
is uh ,
curt mi num-
>1 table i Ii.in », ’the
h.1« de. ided to sell
se.it» ill oici the house at 50
cents, 1111I I11 n 25 cents.
The I inn s Ik-laid wishes the
people ol Burn» to remember that
50 pei lent I the receipts from
this concert is given to the town
It is hoped all will
for publication .'
C SITED STA
Xotlee 1» hereby i
Harney County’» Fourth Annual In the Matter of the Estate 1 A il- . aini
d Mltler hM nie 1 u i
t„ make final proof J® •UPV'
lars N. Jorgensen decease J.
Fair will not go down in history as
that nai-1 pr.Hil .vlll be
h . .| l’.e. elV'-r a' Burn
any great success as an agricultural
To all whom it m
i-Viz Hd. E No. •
W 3 »E1. and E',-
exposition. This is not altogether Notice is hereby given that ti un the
nam-'S the follow h -
through lack of products but of in dersigned, Jorgen Jorg<i.-"n li C'1* his He continuous
a,nl cut up to,
ofaald land ilz: ,?-dgar
terest. What vegetables, fruit and 9th day of Sept, P’"3
Oregon. William h - M‘»tntf
See us before
ir.an( Nf. I»at j *. all of Vai.
grain that was exhibited was good appointed by the Hon. IL * I v
and would compare favorably with County Judge of Harney ( unit
that grown in a lower altitude and State of Oregon, administrator ot
notice for publication
the Estateof Willard- N J rgen=en,
EXITED STATE- !.A Nil OFFICE.
Burns, Oregon, September 1 ,
The races and sports were all good deceased and all persons having
Notiee is herebv given tha' the f
numbers and enjoyed by a large claims against said Estate are hen- name«!
settler has filed iifxif-o. I
crowd. Each card has been very by required to present them. " tl‘ tn make final pruaif in support of nm 1 iuim. ni
LEVENS & MACE, ■» P,
1:. ,....|.. ■ nt Hur; ►. ■ ■ - ■
satisfactory and our visitors go the proper vouchers then.-Fr. w ';i-
home well pleased with the treat- in six months from th" dat-- ot thi:
hi, continuou, r. •i-l' i - • ups «"I '
notice, to me, the said administra ,.i
ment accorded them.
Mid luinl. viz: «...» l.irifl"I '
E'lgir L. Bi-e-le. Frn-.k N sl-'U Hll'i l-">
The field sports participated in tor, at my place of residence in ,11
of Urea »er, Oregon
by local athletes and teams from Burns, Harney County. Or- gon, or
Canyon City and John Day resulted at the otlice of Parrish <v R- ml -I
NOTICE F0R PUBLICATI0N.
in a victory for John Day team in in said Burns.
points. The baseball game Wed
Dated this Otli day ot Sept--mln 1
UNITED STATES LAND «>F1 H E.
Burns, Oregon, September 16, l'J0<M
nesday afternoon between John Day 1 1903.
1 aettler Ino- nled notti e ol Ma Intentlon
J orgen J orgensen .
and Burns was won by the latter,
lo mane linai pruni in aupi»'« ot hi» '
?nd Elegant Livery Turnouts Complete.
_ . . ...
I ! • »...
.1 zt.. li..I.i'il
.t* IL‘!! - 1STI
lf- , r r Nc ■
Administrator. t ihnt »ai, : 1 I _ proof
the score standing 29 to 5.
I t neJ Receiver »t Burns. Oregon,on October .1, |
game Thursday with Canyon City
Horses 1 • .tided by the day, wwU
f,„ the.-K', NW't.s\V'i Nt
• ■. - . I--" ’■
1 R. .31 E. W. M. North «>1 Mtilhuiu Lake
resulted in a victory for Burns, the
Special care given all stock
Administrator » Notice.
: He names the fo’lowiuK witnesses to pr'.’ve
his coutinuoufl resilience bpoii and ( ultnat ion
score being 19 to 5. The Canyon
i <if.»ai'l land, viz: W illiam Diinn,<>'raid Giiuin,
, Frank Dunu and 1’. I • Dutcher, all oi Narrows,
boys had not practiced any and was
W m . E a RRE, Region.
a picked up team. They decided i Notice of Appointment J
Cor. Main and B Sts., Bums. Orç
to come over just at last moment
Estate of Effie M Syme ;
and did not expect to take the game. : Deceased.
The team was composed of Jake
UNITED STATES 1. AND OFFICE.
Notice is hereby given that
BURNS, ore. .. Ainaist '.«.1.
Blank, A. J. Stephens, Antone Hup-
N oti« e is hereby given thfi it Mart linker, o
prich, Clyde Nunes, Denver Leedy, undersigned has been ap) int' 1 I Burtib, Harney (dunty, Ory-ion. bus 5 filed iiotlci
of intention to make proof on I ■»> desert-la lit
t luim No. 20x. for the N'j SI?,. ■ -w, \r.',
J. E. Marks, C. G. Guernsey, Har
' 4. Sec. 2::, T. 2*. S. R 2^ E, W. M., be
estate;—that such apt» ¡iitm'nt i N F. ,
old Clifford,Lynn George and James 'by virtue of an order of th- Honor - fore, tlie Register a tu I Receiver nt I 'inu. Ore.
mi Tuesday, tiie 2'.' «lay of St pieni
: He names tlie following witnt 1 ;-8« h to prove
ion 01 Raid
able, the County Court of th" Slat' ! the complete irrigation und r< < lu juat
The basketball game Friday af
1 lami. Joint C. Freeman, Juliun • i handler, Tom
1 Allen ahd Joseph N. Thomas, nil tif
« m Burns,
ternoon was only an exhibition of Oregon, for the County if Har
W. m J' • I’.r.E, I:
game by local teams. This was ney, duly made and entered i:i t! it
TCJUO CARLOADS JUSTflR:
behalf.—that the date of said i<
quite a drawing curd and the young .
Complete line on hand.
ladies were highly complimented is the 19th day Augu t 1- . ami
UNITED STATES LAND oFFIl E,(
on the excellent game.
Burns. Oregon, Julv
is hereby given that Joseph N. Thomtu
The racing cards rzsulted as fol thereunder and is now th" duly- of Notice
Burns, Harncv County, Ore
appointed, qualified and acting ml- notice
of intention to niiikv proo
land claim No. 323, for the SE’;
Sec. 20. Tp. 2». s„ K. 2.' E.. W. M.
isler and Receiver ut Burtie, Ore
all persons having claims against day
the 29th day ol September, 1!
H-mile dash, maiden race, purse
said estate, should present the same He names the following wittu
the complete irrigation ami i
Entries, King Castro by
CDaehine Oil, Binding Ttxiine, Wir-
lo me, the undersigned, by mail, said land: John C. Freeman, Ju
Tom Allen and Mart V. Baker.
Richardson, Monte Carlo, by F. S.
addressed at Lawen I’-ist Olli ■
Pure Manilla Rope.
W m F a rue
Miller, Sorrel Ben, by Wm Bulling
Harney County, or through my
ton. King Castro first, sorrel Ben
attorney, at his oflice in Burns —
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
that such claims should 1 duly
J j-miledash free for all,puree ♦100.
CNITED -T.VI ES I.ANU
verified as by law required, accom
Burns, Oregon, Sej>G tube
Red 8, P. C. Buffington. Gray
panied by voucher- if any exist, Notice is hereby given that tin
named settler Ima filed notii <-< 1 : 1»
Dandy, H. Richardson, Billy Mau
land be handed in within six mouths t<> make final proof in support
that said proof will be inaili- in
pin 11, C.E. Whitworth, John R.
from the expiration of this m,ii , , f iiutl Receiver at Burn«, ore ini,
, | P.03, viz: Hd. E. No. io.-, of
Ingersol ¿Weatherly. Gray Dandy
1 viz: four weeks full time from : lllld ’ v NU SWJ4, >E\ NW ,. -•
i: . W. M.
first, John R second.
! after the date of th" first imti - 1
She names the following witnesses tn
I d r continuums reflidencc upon and cultivati
Netted in The Titm s-IB raid. 1 1-- of said hind, viz: Charles Cronin, Fred Fine,
Hugh A. Martin, David W, Cox, all of Bur is,
j-mile dash for saddle horses, paper, printed and publish- 1
W m . F ar re , Ii
purse 150. Politi, Fred Fisk, John Burns, to-wit, Saturday tin 22n-l
L, Thos Anderson, Bird, J C. Cleui day of August and the cm 1-1 ■ -.o i vi-li
ens. John L first, Politi second
succeeding four regular in« ,-tious
|-mile dash free for all, purse thereafter, making in ill tivi- in
♦ 125. Little Henry, Frank Cum sertions and ending Saturilay the
mins, Gray Dandy, II Richardson 19th day of September 1903, from
John R, Al Weatherly. John R which last named date the said
first, Little Henery second
six months period commences tn
f-mile dash trot or pace for 2 run
year olds, puree $75 Esther, E
•1. 1’. Dickenson
P. Smith, Maude, Claude McGee, j Bv
Frank Rieder, J.jW. Biggs. Esther
first, Maude second.
( )[>t i<•inn
1 liese wheels are guaranteed by the manufai
year. Call and get pi ices on our nit" •
a 1-ine Watch Repairin.; A
j mile dash free for all, purse
♦ 150. John R., Al Weatherly, ♦3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen. manu- cialty.
IVIAMII I c
Little Henry, Frank Cummins; factured by Buckingham A Hecht
OI’I'OsITH itti I'.
Henrietta, Helsley Johu R. first Sold by Lunaburg A Dalton.
■ I £
Ci FY MEAT MAR)
Th White Front 1«
LEWIS & McHARGUEfi
Special accommodations for Comn?
New Stock of Bicyc
LftTtST STYLES AND FASHIONS
1 known here and had mam tr ends.
Fall and Winter Goods
ueit Friday evening.
Dain and Acme Bucks.
Deering Howers and Bine
Buckeye and OsborneN
1 lus otlice is in receipt of a let
ter from Miss Bonnie How.nd, a
step-daughter of the late A. J
McKinnon, giving the details of
his tragical death. Had’the letter
reached us earlier in the week we
would have been able to give full
details of the homicide, inquest,
I h. Georgia Harper to.
etc. As it is, the crowded condi
With tir « k the Georgia
tion of our columns this week pre
mpletes its engage
vents. Mi. AL Kinnon was a very Harper Co
ives Tuesday via
popular man in this county and it
Little Henry second.
seems was highly esteemed in his I’rini villi t. r tin railroad. During
} mile and repeat trot or pace,
late home from the exprssions of
thro m, th this company has for horses bred in Harney county,
Santa Rosa papers, from which
given nr 1 ph some excellent purse ♦75. Rowdy, C. Wilson:
several clippings were sent. Fol
Mias Harper is cer- Ned, J. W. Biggs; Daisy, E. I’
lowing are portions of the dip-
ol tin last emotional Smith; Maude, Wm. Corbell. Daisy-
Ww have just received a consignment of oar Fall it
pings descriptive of the shooting: Metti -
t ic it this time first. Maude second.
Goods. Linings. Trimmings, ready made Skirt». U lists. I -, i-
‘I he murder was committed in and lier \ I ut int rpretatiou of
natofv, Ooting Flannel I ’ -
-. 1 , - M .
front of the old Joost A Starrett Camille is hard I ■> equal. The
i mile and repeat, purse 1175
everything that is .
d in an
saloon, now run by Joost X Conn limes II:, if Is that it >-»nnot
Little Henry, Cummins; John R ,
up to date General Merchandise Store. We carrv the
alongside the railroad track. Mi. [irais, thi- X''lient company to Weatherly; Henrietta. G. Helsky
f aver visit Little Henry, drat; Henrietta, sec
McKinnon had come uptoGuern-
ville from Camp Vacation on the th - si , li.in 1.: un tiny will find a ond.
lie had been heart, wt home and crowed houses.
i mile and repeat trot or pace
purse 1125. Shag, J M. McKissick
working at (’amp vacation for
1 hank the People •( Burns
Daisy, E. P. Smith; Ned, J. W.
Lewis Cnopius of this city, lie
Ned first Shag second.
had crossed over to the saloon to
Of Drew Goods and Trimmings of any house in the county. This
rim John Dav track team re-
chat witli his old friend Jacob
is admitted by every dress-maker in town.
runts-Herald to ex-
ar. Aar. to pl.a,.<i anS to rat.r to a>ant,.
Joost, who was silting on the
pn-s tin r ti. - , io the people of
i mile dash, purse ♦ 150. Red S,
are of tAe
porch, lie took a chair beside Burt for -' r, >. roue treatment. Buffington, John R Weatherly
Mr. JcHMVt and the two were chat Tim I , «
tu- n h uue highly Henrietta, G. Helsky. Henrietta
ting pleasantly when Garred 1 .line I [' i i-- I «
tl ir ' iitertaiumer.t first, Red S. imai
along. He was carrying a rifle i lie- ih i I p l . arrange to enter
Relay Race, purse ♦100. John
Prices Uoaier Than Ever before
on his ami, and had passed along
iti their home Wooley, Tommy. Blora, Palameno.
Reno, I<ee Thornburg;
the road in front of where Mi I town again io-xt season.
Comet. Soloble, Roundo, John I. .
Joost and Mr Mi Kinnon were sit
P. C. Clemens; Cannon Ball, Frit».
liante' baiali • I loitio, it 41«.
ting on the porch, w lien he turned
Baldy. Riley, Lee. Frank Raker
suddenly and -aid to Mi M, Kin
1 II - v pr ili has charge of I^e Thornburg's string took first
non with the words of greeting
rs running a line money, Frank Raker's string sec
••llcw d<> Tom
h «• started at tide- ond
If you buy an article
The next moment, without re n.1 r I 1 11
- n iw working in
moving his ride from aero»« his th< v
Jake Ne«mat bartered
I do not, at am ti
arm, he sent a bullet crashing left Hiiv-.
m lust June and are
are «atistied. 1 am not s<
thro' Mi Kmn n’s breast. With >
A telegram w»e received I*et Sun
pay me to treat you will.
out saying another word he walk
. - t-r- I’lmee Herald day by Post Master Waters an
ed slowly down the track
:’ Harney valley nouncing that John I. Newman, a
HERl-.I-ORE if y< u are w.utting
1 I »long the former resident uf this section had
The suddenness of the aw fui
line of drugs, medicines, toilet artic.c
1135 to 4150 and been murdered in Mexico about <’>U
deed almost paraly zed Mr. L ost
candies, hooka, period:.
»’«. or anything usu
it 11 is about 4140. miles from IYouglas Bev Newman,
1 le raised the dvmg the tin-
first closs pharmacy, give me a call and be
man from the floor of the porch. I’h pi 1 p i..-.| an iron poet in a brother of the murdered man
those living out of town, w ill he glad tor
urt h v. - yard giving the was notified and in response to a
Dr.JCole was in-atntlv called, but
City Drug Store be Ail-mielate T9 while in I
elev at ion of this city. Main street telegram left Tuesday for the place
it was seen from the tiist that lite
bundle* until you ar<
lie just 4143 feet
I where hie brother was killed. N -
rave town .md 1
was fast ebbing away. The dy
be taken care of.
particulars of the affair ha« Fen
ing man addressed his last words
Lìt i your ticket for the concert j received here Deceased was well
to Mr. Joost:
GEER & CUMMINS. Burn-
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLI
\ llords the people of East and Central Oregon »11 H*
- ■ -- ( nlh'i;''. It
in li - 1 in Business <'olleire iv- - I[8r* panit
bs cliarg. l elsewhere and the methods are tlie same. S'5* ^ggg
atanytime. laatraction at t
■>’ nths the College will conduct a
S immer N ormal ScH£Mrl
tvacl ers and others who desire a reviewing of
hs of prm work, an«l full iniormnti n
. ’ t* address
S vlxxx S, Oxog'CT- *nd'
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED SI^
LEWIS A DIBBLE, Propl«.
Horses kepi ; soutk
week or month »nd
> FIRST CLASS Utf Thai
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