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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY’, OREGON, Al GVsT x>, 1905.
THE COUNTV FAIR PROGRAM
Hall-niile dadi, for ponici under 14‘,
'‘•»da high, ridden l,v boy, under 14 WOULD STOP INDIAN WHISKY
j cars of
Airain after Count) Seat of Orant W THE "OLD OREGON" COUNTRY
A, WELCOME, Assi ( asiiiek
The movement to transfer the |
county seat of Grant county from LARGER THAN NEW YORK, PENNSYL
Ihree quarter-mile dash, for llarnev
GREAT RELIGIOUS WEEKLY.
VANIA. NEW JERSEY.
Carvon City to Prairie City has been
county saddle horses. Purse, $50.
Four and a half furlongs, free for all
revived with some show of success
OF BURNS, ORECON.
Most Liberal Premium« for Livestock and Purse, |150.
A large business man and capitalist It »u Larger Than the Original Thirteen
Farm Products Ever Offered Here
One mile trot or pace, best 2 out of 3
of Prairie City who arrived here yes
Called to Maiter-"Manted Names oi
States and Is Capable of Supporting
•■Some of the Specials.
heats, free for all. Purse $150.
terday, is authority for this state
Much Larger Population.
Guilty Parties Published.
Half-mile dash, ladies race, free for
Warrant bought ai tho markotpricf
ment. He save that the effort they
The committee consisting of Jim all saddle horses. Purse, $40.
The old "Oregon Country" in
Capt. Louev the Piute sub-chief made at the last session of the state
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Donegon, J. P. Farra and Julian
spent -ome time at this office Wed legislature, failed because of mis cludes Washington, Oregon. Idaho
Byrd recently appointed by the Five-eighths-mile dash, free for all. nesday deploring the condition of management. Prairie City is mure ami a small portion of Montana and
N I'. Carpenter,
Fair Association to arrange the pro
One mile trot or pace, beat 2 out of 3 some of his noble brothers and ask ! in the center of the county and lies Wy rining.
Il. M Horton,
J W. Geary,
C. A. Haines.
gram for fair week, have met and heats, slow race, change drivers, ed The Times-Herald to assist him in the val'ey, while Canyon City,15
The state of Washington alone is
while the entire program has not Furse »25.
in stopping the selling of liquor to miles south, is at the bottom of a larger than the New England states
len-mile relay race, must use 5 saddle the Indians. He stated that Crip deep and narrow canyon or ravine together with the state of Delewart
yet been completed, sufficient has
been decidi d upon to assure the horses, change as please. Purse, *100. ple Dick, Jake and Big Dick were and has little immediately sur and the District of Columbia
O-■ouo-ouc*- vxo- rwc not
people of Harney County the best
all drinking and that the latter was rounding it in the way of agricul- j Oregon is larger than Nt w York
MILL INVEST NERE.
lbxaspek . P« k » ii » knt
C, E. Kssvos, t'ashier
program and most liberal premiums
Pennsylvania ami New Jersey to
ture or even mining recources.
W M. Jossa, V ick -P hksidkst .
P latt , Asst, Cashier
and purses ever offered in Harney
Louey stated that the Indians were
Added to all this ie the fact that gether.
B. E. Jacoba and |) C. Phister,
employed at one place where they within a few weeks the extension of
There will be seveal events for two gentlemen from Baker Citv ar were always given their pay in liq the Sumpter Y’alley railway, now in | in extent to the thirteen original
each day of the fair and each after rived in this city Tuesday night, uids instead of bard cash and operation between Baker City and states of the Union, which now sup
noon will be well filled. The speed taking their departure the follow- wished The Times-llerald to pub Tipton, some sixty miles will have port a population of more than 30,- :
cards will be handled in a manner log afternoon on their return Mr lish names.
Inteiwt I’aid on Timo Deponits.
reached Austin, about half way to (XlO.tXX) inhabitants.
that will prove satisfactory to the Jacobs is one of the proprietors of
Capt. Louey is really a very in- !
We Solieit Your Banking Business.
public in one respect at least. There | the Blue Mt. Springs near Prairie telligeal old man and is sincere in possibly be extended to Prairie City er with New York, Pennsylvania,
City and Mr Planter recently ois-
being a larger number of speed
not only means the changing of the
I posed of ----
bis * ' land holdings in M011- bis desire to belter the condition of
! C. E. Kenyon. H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William â
trials than formerly, there will be
I tana. Both gentlemen were favora- his fellows. He is an enthusiast on ;
Miller, Frank R. Coflin, Thos. Turnbull.
no aggravating delays in starting.
educating the younger ones and ; a big thing for all the people of I while Washington and Oregsu to
'o-OM>-oee> <*•*-- osvi-o*4«eo *--■ e
The speed program as now arrang bly impressed with this valley, but sees the advantages of schools. He Grant county both in the towns and | gether had but 931,639,
ed may be added to later, provided their time being limited they were spoke of the allotment of land by in the mining and ugricultral die-1 The combined area of England,
the Association sees its way clear . unable to look around to any great the government and feared that tin trials. Today, to reach those cities Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Denmark
to offering more money for purses.
less the Indians took advantage of and to reach the minesand ranches Holland and Belgium is 400 square
1 lie Times-Herald office received
HOWARD SEBREE. PRtSIOINT
W.R SEBREE. VlCE-PRUIOENT
In fact it is quite probable that the
the opportunity and went to work of that county, it is necessary to miles less than the area of Wash
a visit from the gentlemen and they
R. a. COWDEN, CASHIER
program may be arranged to fill
on their various allotments that
the entire week instead of five days were given considerable informa the government would finally take w here the duet is eighteen inches ries have a poulalion mors than 50,•
tion about this secton. They wish
as al first planned. This, however
the land away from them. A uuni-j deep and breathing is difficult 000,000.
to buy some land and expect to
France and Germany have each
will be considered later and nothing
her of these claims have been Traffic at any season of the year is
make another visit here the latter
definite can be said at this time
fenced by white men already and ■ difficult, but worse in mid-summer an area just two-third* as great ns
part of next month prepared to re
regarding the extension of the pro
Capt I.uoey resents the trespass than at any other time of the year the old ‘ Oregon Country,’' md they X
main a sufficient length of time to
A railroad to Prairie City will re- j support populations of 40,000,000 $
but does not know how to prevent
See the country.
respectfully — I
As formerly stated in these coi
the white men from taking advan lieve the situation to an immense and
A General Banking Business Transacted
“We have seen enougb to con
ning, the stock show will be made
tage of the situation except by get degree, not only so far as Grant World’s Work.
vince tie this is
a special feature and be one of the
ting the Indians to go out on the county is concerned, but will help
section.'s till M Jac bn, ‘ and as
the l>u iness situation i<r Harney I
most attractive days of the week
places arid work.
I am due at the Springs r’ridav
It is the intention of the Associa
The Times-Herald had learned county, more than 50 |wr cent. is often caused by sores, ulcers iiiu)
evening will not l ike the time to
tion to offer premiums for stock and
some time before that whites had Eventually it is the purpose of the cancers, that eat away your skin
look further this trip, tint will re
produce to the amount of between
trespassed upon the allotents and railroad to reach in- > Harney coun Win Bedell, of Flau Rock. Mich,
turn. Y'ou have the soil and that
$700 and $800 ar.d every industry
that several claims were fenced up ty, possibly with
says: "1 have used liucklyn's Arn
ie all that is neces- ry "
Burns or some
*"<*nv»Bi»iii I ica Salve, for Fleers Roves amt fui-
as well ns every particular breed of
AJe. Phierer wire—imp *T> Perri W1
point. This fine will of course in
Rtock will be given consideration
cere. It is the best healing dressing
the adaptability of the soil to sugar ment was 'called to this matter
tersect the proposed east and west
Poultry, dairying, etc., will be lib
I ever found.” Soothe- ami heals
beet culture am! i-lso spoke of the
erally dealt with. The total fine grain lie had seen growing in spector has come in to investigate. lines from Shaniko and Baker City cute, burns and scald*. 25e nt city
amount in premiums and purses
Capt. Louev states that the the metropolis of the Inland empire drug store; guaranteed.
this vicinitv. He was quick to see
will aggregate in the neighborhood the possibilities of diversified farm Ind ans get bad when under the in will have added to its traffic an im
portent tonnage, not to be under
If you wish to lie located on a
ing and remarked that our farmers fluence of liquor and terrorize the estimated — Baker City Democrat
Several special premiuns are off did not eeem to realize the great camps, whip the squaws and other
gond homestead, si c F M Jordan,
ered. some having been already opportunities here He stated that wise disturbed the peace and quiet
: the surveyor.
Slips of the Pen.
handed to the secretary while others the only present darwback was ude of their otherwise peaeful vil
who contemplate giving special transportation and added that we lage. He wanted The Times Her
would soon have that.
ald to appeal to the big chief of this
prizes are not yet fully decided but
Only recently this paper ran a t«:::r:::tut::::::t:::i ::::
They will keep in touch with this
will have them in readiness for the section through The Times-IIerald city to stop the liquor traffic with "lost” ad concerning a ‘ tan colored i
list. Among and hope on their next visit to find the Indians ami this paper would lady’s cape” nor has the editor I
some real estate for sale that will really do that very thing if within
those now in are:
them. They seem very ener its power. It is n disgrace to the been horse whipped as yet.
The company of local horsemen
getic and enterprising and will add city and will cau< ■ serious trouble
who own the imported Coach stal mors good citizens to this section
sooner or later unless it is stopped
lion give free service for the best
A local contemporary in |
mare and coll for general use on
SAI. I I.AK1. I I All.
THE BEST ONE \ET.
chronicling the event made the
Oregon Not Selfish.
CHICAGO. ILL, CALIDA ILL. IDAHO ::I
I I ountom NAFTON.
Frank Siler free service of his
After hunting Oregon all over
Payable al Par.
The East Oregonian cannot received serious injuries "at the
registered Percheron stallion Pol and spending considerable time
cnm than !*. (> ra'«
lox for the best three sheaves of and money for the government agree with the Portland Board of hands of the family cow.”
at any hour <>r vent by mail.
Exchanges are full of such jour
Trade in its effort to have con
in trying to find a piece of land
N. BROWN 4 SONS.
J. W. Biggs, $25 for the best to irrigate that would suit him. gress so change the reclamation
are again going the rounds.
colt sired by Dazzler foaled in 1905
law that the money derit ed from
Chief Engineer Newell of the re
The Ch'naman fell down and
first $17.50 second $7 50.
stale for the reclamation fund
clamation service thinks that he
broke his leg above the opium joint |
The Times-Herald puls up a
he expended in that state.
The steamer Mary Ellen was The Lone Star
has struck the right spot in Kla
handsome silver loving cup for the
While Oregon would be im burned to the water's edge this
l>esl double harness event on stock
measurably benefited by such a morning and every soul on board
But he hasn’t shouted “Eure
show day. This trophy will be
change in the law, yet Oregon drowned except the chati.her maid
Chinn George, I'mprietor.
P ayette , I daho .
| O ntario , O regon .
Umatilla county did
given for the roadster class and ka” yet.
Cor. Main an<i I’ She t <
cannot afford to take such a self- , who saved herself by swimming
must lie held by the winner this
some man with a cattle ranch ish stand. She cannot afford to a-hore Shu was loaded with pig MEAUS AT flub HOURS
season against all coiners at the
scared him away: in Malheur the go on record before the world in iron and insured for $4,(100.
1906 fair to become the absolute Military Road seemed too rough
Room for rent for a lady twelve Bakery in e nnection
saying that because she has been
property of the holder
for him to travel, and in Crook favored by large sales of public feet square
A Specialty of Short Orders.
The conditions of this event will the people were so busy doing
Bicycle for sale by a young man
furnish* .! with rverythi
l>e given in full in the official pre their own irrigation work that
with r leather seat.
aff.rd- N ur patri,
A piano for sale by a young lady age solicited.
The sliced propram follows which Won’t somebody give Mr Newell those sales.
TRISCH >V DONEGAN, Proprietors
with mahogany legs
something easy to get him start
Such a selfish polivi would hod
may be added to later:
YY'anted—Two young men who
hack Nevada, Wyoming, Utah will be treated as one of the family
The present generation would
and other states which have more
Rooms for rent by a family with
Quarter-mil« dash, Harney County like to see some ' f b- work
ZxzZctl’zo Tixic H©a,d.q_xxixrtcxo.
feasible rei Lunati, r project« than a southern exposure
»a.l.ile horses that never won public
u ■ ni v. Parse, $40
It wouii deny other
Shoes shined on the inside —
Quarter-mile dash, free for all I’tirw-
sections of Hie . >i
A MATTER OF HEALTH mate advancemei <
One mile trot or pace, l>e«t 2 out of 3
A Touching Story.
h-sls. for horse« bred and rained in
Harney county. I’urse. $10“
is the saving from death, of the baby
girl of Geo A Eyler, Cumberland.
Tliree-eigbllia mile da»h, for Harney
ntribntor to the f
should Md He writ«»
At the age of JI
county saddle horses. Purse, »->0.
a* The Finest of All
not show a m dish
Suc h month« our little girl wa* in declin-
Five-mile dash, for Harney County
action will aioli-* ,
saddle horaea. Purse $75.
g h iIth, wr !, »e-iou* Throat Tro
Three-eighth mile daah, free ¡»>r all
in the east-again*!
te and uble and two physician* gave her
n oditi- ip. YVe allBoat in deepair, when we
might work a I <1.110 i„
Three-mile novelty race; walk tir*’
b) resolved to try Dr King.« New Dis
mile, tnd second mile, run third mile.
Far Sale Daly at
covery for Consumption, Coughs,
I*u I-e $50.
the west, t
I suffi- and Cold». The first bottle gave re
lief after taking four IwAtlea die
Half-mile dash, for Harnav Coenty
was cured and is now in perfect
«addle hereto. Turae. $5*’
Half mile dash, free for all. Purse,
.V Liny are health, never fails to relieve and
■ ksn.tth nd > ure a cough Al the City Drug
Agents, Bunns, Ore
< Hr mil« trot or pa<-e. best - ««* °f •*
Store 5Oe and ♦ 1 00 guaranteed.
beats, 2 .50 claas. free for all Parw
Trial bottle free
Rotbci 1 Br s . Distributers. Portland, Oreg i>
fourth day .
First National Bank
A General Banking Business Transacted.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
? first national Bank
BANK 10NEY ORDERS I
Napton & Boyd*
Mines and Mining
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
mas ho svBsrmm
Hotel Burns Bar