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HURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OR EGON, JI LN S, 1905
ro INCREASE OUR DISPLAY
will produce, with and without ir-
THE CELEBRATION AT BURNS
by Modi, Butch by Buffington. WHAT A NEWSPAPER SAYS
There was considerable delav in
. Irwin has had an oportu-
A C. WELCOME, A mht . C asmib *.
C. CI MMINS. V ici I’ iiks
getting started; the horses acting |
samples of produce wanted BY nity to observe the effects of this
THREE DAYS OF HORSE RACING AND mean and Dandy and Butch ran PORTLAND PAPER MENTIONS OUR
display; he is a conscienteous and
through twice. Dandy« rider could
not control him and another rider
conservative man that has the
OF BURNS, OREGON.
put up. This was placing the horse
Ret. A. J. Irwla Discusaes the Merk tod confidence of every individual of
Sa>a it la Ma|«IHce«t Diaplai of Mount««
his acquaintance in Harney coun-
Posslbiliilea of the Exhibit With
Ski«a--Tkoae I« Charge of Booth
Prof»m-*No Serious AccMeat« to
rider not being acquainted with his
Court aid Association.
t) . he has the best interests of
Oily Moot Chance to Tolk.
Mir Pleasure ul (kcasiou.
mount and he therefore got a bad
A««yAZ •/ Mr market prit».
this magnificent section at heart,
»•The county court of Harney
start. The race between the other
The Portland Telegram says: It
The three days sport program ar-
and earnestly desires its develop
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
two horses was a pretty one and
county never had a better oppor ment. *'
Mr. Irwin considers this ran8eJ by the 4th of July commit- they came under the wire with is as a hunter's paradise that Har
mu vx nous
tunity to spend money for adver the opportunity of a life time to tee proved good cards and attracted
ney county l as chosen to ap|>eal to
N. U. Carpenter,
Casebeer halt neck in the lead.
John I* Daly,
tising purposes more advantage bring Harney county’s resources quite a crowd. It was a very quiet
H . M. Horton,
J. W. Geary,
C A. Haine«
; mile heats 2 in 3, trot or pace, the attention of the visitor at the
ously,” said A. J. Irwin at a joint prominently and advantageously 4th for the people of Burns, how- free for all Harney county horses,
Lewis and Clark Exposition. Not
meeting of the county court and before the world—an opinion thatiever ar>d quite unusual in that no purse $100 Entries: Lueille by that nothing but wild animals grow
the executive board of the local is shared by almost every man in exerciae8 of a literary or patriotic Biggs, Teiidj- by- Wilson, Ned by there, but as one of the committee
Lewis and Clark Fair Association the county who has given the sub- nalure were “iw" nnd the fore,,oon Claud McGee, Lucille took two in charge remarked. "What we
M A i . kxaxdkh , 1’ msuidknt .
E. II. Ttsr, ( ashler
held last Thursday
morning. ied sarir....
t - l
- of the 4th had no attraction for the straight heats in 2:3l> and 2:30, want is to get people into the booth
ject serious consideration. There-
\\ a. Joxm. Vl< s-l’HKsinsN r.
C. E. K bxyon , Asst, t ashler d
..... . little folk aside from shooting fire- Ned second. This proved a very and give us a chance to talk
“Our exhibit is the most attractive
toee it behooves every individual
crackers. Another unusual thins pretty race lietween the pacing mare get that, we can advertise the conn,
feature in agricultural hall, and is! ,, . ,
that honestly desnes the settle-i was the gilence of th(. 1)and The
and Ned Although not fast, they ty ” *
visited by seven out of every ten
ment o t is county to give every ; writer does not know why this was fought for first place almost the en
Therefore four and one-half mon
people who enter the building.”
assistance ton aid this end.
overlooked—whether the band boys tire distance around the track both 1 ths ago a committee appointed by
Rev. Irwin went over the work
were on a strike or the weather too heats. It is the general impression the Harney Valley Lewis and Clark
and explained the particular fea
E H 1EST RESIGNS AS CASHIER warn, or whether they were invited the mare can do much better, but Exhibit Association started out to
tures and advantages of the ex
she was held near the second horse ¡collect the display which graces the
lor offered anything to play.
Wc Solisit Your Banking Business.
hibit. In the first place. Harney C. E. keo)on Promoted to Cashiersbip
However, the surrounding coun- all through the race.
southwest corner of the agricultural
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander. Win. Jones, E II Feat, •
county’s space is one of the best
One of the fine blooded trotting | pavillion. In this short time they 1
1 try was quite well represented dur
First National Bank of Ontario
E. Kenyon, H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William 3
locations in the building; the dis
ing the three days and all seemed animals just brought up from Cali- visited the Harney Lake country.
Miller, Frank R. Coffin, Thon. Turnbull.
, fornia was driven around the track | shot the animals, mounted them. 'o oeo oeexAea.-
play is different from any other
At a meeting of the board of dir- b> enjoy themselves.
<-»•*.- <*•*>•> •
Harney and Drewsey had eouHt- a couple of times on the afternoon 1 transported them by stage 1.50 mil
county ; aside from a few decora- ectors of the First National Bank
tions and embellishments county j of Ontario, held Wednesday, E H. er attractions, therefore our partici- of the 4lh, much to the delight of es to Baker City, an-l brought them
exhibits are principally made up Test resigned as cashier and C. E. I P*111« ami visitors were correspond- the large crowd in ths grand stand. Ion to Portland, where they were
<>f grain, fruit and vegetables, that Kenyon, assistant cashier, was pro- bigly smaller and confined parti- She showed remarkable speed and ready soon after the Exposition
HOWARD SCBRCE. »RESIDENT
W. R SEBREt. VICE-PRESIDENT
continue with much monotonous
to cashier. (. YY, Platt was 1 uLirly to this xicinity, although gave an exhibition well worth see opened. And in all there are 155
R. A COWDEN, CASHIER
and from 15 to 20 other animals in
and frequency with no distinction e,acted a8sistailt c“hi”r
‘J.lere Wer** a,,,?"?ber fL0,m ['a*’n’ ing.
A match race was pulled off the the collection already on exihition,
Mr. Test has been cashier of the Narrows and Riley
between any o
e coun les.
bank since its establishment in June was fine and no serious accidents same afternoon between a sorrel about 20 more animals and as many
does not appeal to the majority of; ig01 anJ regjgnid on account „f occured to mar the pleasure of the mare belonging to Clemens and a birds are expected to arrive by the
fair visitors and therefore does not ( pergonal buginegg (ha( wi|, engagp occasion,
bay gelding belonging at the Island end of next week. In very few in-
ranch, which was woe. by the mare. I stances are there more than one or
give the people in charge an op- aH of hig time
spo HT i >R ogram
portunity to talk with prospective | Mr. Kenyon needs no introduc
Monday July 3_ , mile
horse | afternoon against a brown horse
A General Banking Business Transacted
“Bigger than Massachusetts, with
settlers or investors. The only | iion to the public, and his many I race for‘ Harney cour.lv saddle
also owned by Clemens, the gelding | a population of 5000!" runs the
drawback with Harney county’s friends will be pleased to hear of horses that never run for public
1 pamphlet distributed by the eusto-
booth is lack of enough people to! his promotion, while Mr Platt *>» ! inoneVi pur8e $.-,0 Ejve entries:
’ The dance on tire night of the 4th I dian of the exhibit, C. W Parrish,
answer questions and take care of
found as obliging as when he i I Kelley
by Tom Anderson, Missou
(counted gold over the counter ri ri Bill by John Culp, Overland Bess was largely attended, but the ini- of Burns, Or. Y et it is a peculiar
j prmnptu orchestra mad« up of log fact that [terhaps the largest collec
Five thousand attractive adver-:
B“nk of Ontario. -Argus.
by G. McGee, Baldv bv Henry-
cutters, farmers, stockmen, includ tion of relics to be found at the Ex
Welcome, Bart by Ben Caldwell.
tismg pamphlets have been print-1
ing the manager of this great relig position, telling the story of the ad-
CLIPPED FROM NEARBY EXCHANGES.
The last horse was run under pro
ed and placed at the disposal of
ions weekly, proved rather a trying .vent of the white man to the whole
test, it being claimed he hail run
the attendants at the booth. These |
1 mess, not having practiced together, Oregon country, enn ips from liar-
! Grant County New«:
TRISCH -V DONEGAN, Proprietor«.
I before. Bart won the race with
give general information about
and the dancers were led a merry i ne>- County.
Bill Barrow ,a well known citizen
Kelley second. The judges later
race a good portion of the evening
Harney county without any un- of Burns, is stopping in the city
Mr. Parrish also has 0:1 exhibit a
found the winning horse was not
before the “orkestry” got settled collection of curious geological spe
; for a few <lavs.
qualified to enter the race and gave
ZsJZalEe Tlxis ZZeacd.q.VLixxte)rs.
down to business Howeve’, musi cimens which tell the storv of the
Irwin’ s s report
g_ Brownton came down the
the purse to
Kelley, Missouri Bill
j country from the time w hen it was j
mgly gratifying to al! concerned | from Prairjft Cily ]ftgt Thuta<lay I taking second,
under the circumstances and there I but an island in the broad Pacific I
and the members of the court ex- an(j wj]] remajn until after the
Second race— i mile heats 2 in 3
were no casualties. A midnight I to the present
pressed their full approval of the Fourth, The doctor states that ’ trot or pace, Harney county horses
¡dance was enjoyed the following
Harney will bring later in the
work and their sincere apprecia- Prairie Citv now sports two auto- that never won a race, purse $75.
livening with different music.
| season an agricultural exhibit, to
mobiles, B. Downey having receiv- Three entries: Stelja by Ray Dick-
lion of Mr. Irwin’s services.
show what that country will come
¡enson, Teddy by Chas Wilson;
The local association is now ed his machine last week
(to In th-> near future, when railroad
making an energetic campaign to
C. W. Thompson, a Portland cap Helen B by John Biggs
REAL BARGAIN TO INDIAN I faeilties improve Tin- ex hi bit was ,
augment the agricultural display. italist and a member of the John took the first heat in 3 14 Teddy
\ prepared by an association of eiti-
Man’s Method of Securing
It is the intention to make month Day Fruit and produce company, took the next two in 2;4o and 2.49 WhlU
1 zens, mainly from Bui ns, < >r , foriu- 1
ly shipments of Harney county arrived in the city last Saturday
ed for the purpose. President Hil>- |
ment to Red Man,
Tuesday July 4— s mile dash for
products, and oftener if found ■ and in company with F. C. Potter ;
1 bard. John Gemberliui’. I S Geer
INCORPORA 11:1) |347.
Harney county saddle horses, purse
The author of "Canadian Savage
necessary or convenient and the »pent several days visiting the orc-
mwiibh al I forms uf sound life insurant « al the lowest rat»-
< hir policies
Respond by M Folk" has much to tell of Indian
guarantee after three payments are made
produce is gathered in sufficient hards throughout the valley, both
\utomatic extended insurance for the face of the contract
Wilson, Josh by Buffington. Bart by life and character la-fore the sav
quantity to justify. It is hoped to i
leavi-'8 for Portland
A paid up policy.
age had come in contact with civ collecting and forwarding the dis-,
I. I.oan or cash surrender value.
... Wednesday morning
1 hey ex Caldwell Kelley by Anderson. ilization. This information is of I play.
forward a consignment of wild!
. , | irecl to return in four or five weeks
the greatest interest because so
and tame grasses, together «.th ,
Before ruled off and did not start
/.VI E.STP/177-; HKFOHR »’OIF IXHI RI
few of the tribes are left w ho have
A Surprise I’ariy
100 yard foot raee for purs« $7 .501
bundles of gram,
an(I 1 Pot
R. H benedict,
, flour made leaving
not come under the influence of
from Harney county wheat by ll,eLer coiltracted for two car loads of vva;4 w')” r G JanisAon. Marvin white teaching and example.
A plesasnt surprise party may •»«
Joe Sturtevant mill, wool, etc., the pearRi and p[ace<[ or(|er„ for -JQ.OOO 1 MnU.ee
second ‘ plan ■ Jam-
Anxious to learn all I could
given to your stomach and liver, by
apple and 1700 pear boxes.
taking a tnedacine which will re
will re-! P,irBe $10, McGee second, 220 yd. the people, says the author, I
'l’lie association desires purlieu- ing the fruit season they 1.
asked one of my friends: “How lieve their pain ami discomfort, viz: c-
larly to secure some samples of: quire a large number of fruit pack
I>r King's New Life Pill« They
many wives have you?”
grain that is being grown without ers They desire to get local peo- McGee taking first place with Jaine-
a most wonderful remedy, af
j son second.
irrigation. Even though it may pie to do this work, if it can
"How did you get them?”
fording sure relief mi l cure, for
Th« baseball gam« for $25 puree
not compare with the irrigated found,
‘•Well, 1 gave a horse for the headache, dizziness a -J i-onstipn-
was won by the single tnen over the
first one. She was not very good tion 25c at City Drug Store
product, so long as it is an aver- Huntington Herald:
, married boys with a score of 13 to looking, so I got her for one horse
age growth, bring it in. Mr. Irwin
The Spring clippings
23 in their favor
Tin- second one was good looking
For Sale Italy al4
l»O YOl HAM LAND?
states that products raised without O " Porter s sheep was 90,-
It wasn’t much for fast but aflord- and a good cook, ho I paid two
irrigation are particularly altrac- 000 pound», and amounted to over ford the crowd much fun and was horses for her. The third was a
We have had many applications
live and will command attention.
Iki- S haarlz l-eauty. She was a good cook and in the past for scrip applicable t<>
catcher for the the in irried men had she had a fine disposition; I gave I'NSI'RY'EYED I.AM', mil the
The association desires to make a Ontario Argus:
third finger of his left hand three horses and a gun and a sad high prices of scrip having that
good showing with this class of
Staples is at
die for her. She was a beanty!
fluents, Burns, Ore
produce and Harney county has taking in the sights and doings at broke in » coup!« <>f |>la<« •«■ in the
I After narrating this in a busi [lower wen- prohibitive We can
some tine crops this season that I the Lewis & Clark fair.
nesslike fashion he turned to rue
» sham« to leav- his co-partners in
fflVRothri I Br- u Distrilmters, Portland, Oregon
and said: “A[ia-wakas, how many at a reasonable cost, c mpan d with
have not been irrigated. This
Tom Turnbull. the sheep king of
dietre«« in th* lurch at that stage hors»-s did you pay for lii-r?"
the prices of scrip generally, and
will not be confined to grain but Malheur County, arrived from Cord of the game, so h • finished the
"Apawakas" is the Indian name with al-solnte assure- • « a- to title.
also include dr)- land alfalfa and the first of the week on business game, and called to- surgeon after
of my wife. It means White Ante Good as Valentine
Many over- '
and pleasure combined.
wards. Ike is a tri. sport that can lope. 1 was rather taken abnek looked this o|ipriittiuil v when For- I
J. G. Staple« »nd family of Hen be depended upon Th* g ime was to have the tables turned upon
It is not necessary to bring large
e«t Reserve could have l-eei, used. 1
quantities for each sample, but as derson Kv , have arrived in Ontario very good na tu red ;• 1 the boys had me »0 qtii- kly. but determined to
This is another chain »-
great variety as possible is re to permanently reside, an-l will tie all the fun then W«i ill it. Th*
We also have Forest
I proceeded to tell th«- ludian the
a valuable acqnsition to onr rom- positions were-
scrip, for surveyed I »ml. protected
The Times-Herald hopes the
it. the Repeal a< t of Mmcli : 190.5.
farmers will take an interest tn
Forced to Starve.
Afterward the explanation was It will never l-eehesper than it is
W < «mid given of setting up hotisekeeping,
Reed and Wo» I P
this matter and assist in making
N Herd and I told him that tin- looth»-r in
THE COLLINS 1 AND CO.
our participation at the fair a prof
I Heed law pr-o I-I- -I pillow«, blankets,
itable investment. We have the • For 20 year»* I stiffen d agonie*.
with a sore on my upper lip. so
attracsion now and can get all the
J Gould for the lions»-.
painful that I could not eat. After Wool «»><1 R»- 1 3h
Hav'ng «<>l»i lb« furniture busi-
people that two men can handle
Tb'Mnpeon , Whin this [mint »at reached
vainly trying everytbn g «1st. I cur Geo Sm x l h
<’ A Bvrd will n-.w turn liis
at the booth every day of the lair; ed it. with P.urklen’o Arnica Suite
Horton the red tuen - -mid not restrain
painting ami |>a|«r
we have over 4.000.000 acres of It’« great for burns, cuts and
■hook with a tu h seme nt at th<- hanging and «».licit« a -hare of
vacant government land awaiting wounds Al City Drug Store Only Umpire Frank Bri Ili riff Ini in
strange cu-toin« of the white men your patronage
II« will «I m » • -.»n
Wednesday July 5—« mile dash After they were able to contro!
settlement. Let us show these 25c
duct a eabiret ami r» pair «l.-q-
free for all. p-iree |IOD. Entri«« (hematites, one of them «aid
people, whether from Missouri or
Alfalfa at Gers A Cummin«
by Anderson. Grav bandy -They paid you for taking her 7*
ana- other old state, what this land
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