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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1905)
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY.OREGON, SEPTEMBER to, 1905
HAVE BUILT A
not- :u 1 .,n in awarding the por A LIVE FIRE DEPARTMENT feasible pass through the moun
COMPULSORY SCHOOL LAW
tion so appropriated.
tain«, the actual construction will
N. V. CABPEN IrK. I ashiik ,
There is no rt *« *n why the fair
Cl VIMINS. Vil» Piras
be started. Portland railroad men
A. C. WELCOME, A h * t . C ashier
HARNEY CORNI Y FAIR GROUNDS IN
next month should not b- a success AN ESSENTIAL TO THE SAFETY OF say that while there have been sev
PARENTS SHOULD ASSIST
in every particular and a credit to
eral different parties in that section
the county who take an interest in
of the state at different times, seek
promoting the good of the country.
OF BURNS, ORECON.
ing a route, no actual surveys were
All Will be in Readiness for Fair ' Week The prizes offered are very liberal
Volunteers Should Hoc Encouragement of made from the vicinity of Eugene,
Which Begins October 16--Racing
Last Session of Legislature Made Radical
considering conditions and the peo
Ever) Business Man nnd Property
out rather the investigations as
Cards are Ver) Good.
Changes in School Law -Children
Owner In Burns.
ple should do their part to make
Must be in School.
sumed the form of reconnoiters.
óoujAt at tAa markat pnc».
Work ou the new race course at ■ the fair a success Every , ____
Consequently the details of a pro
The Times-Herald is proud of
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
The lust session of the legislature
per survey remain to be worked
the fair grounds has been practical dual in the county is interested in
this fair. It is for the people. It the volunteer fire department of out, and this is now being prosecut- made some radical changes in the
ly completed arid the horses will
compulsory education act of the
is for their benefit It is not a one Burns, notwithstanding the fact t.l.
•lohn 1> Dsl.v,
N. Ü. Carpenter,
begin training on it at once. It is man concern gotteu up for the
public school code* and parents
C \. Iluines,
II. M. Horton,
J. W. Geary,
that the equipment is not entirely
one of the fine-t half-mile regula financial benefit of any individual. ,
should familiarize theinselv, - with
complete or all that could be de
the provisions of the new law in
tion tracts in the state and men The stockholders of the association I aired.
F W Metcalf and daughters. order to co-operate with the school
familiar with speed courses predict 1 will not
. make one cent directly
J on I | Chief Y'oung and his assistants
it w ill be the fastest track in Ore- '‘,e,r >"'’estment-uot even interest,
Misses Alice and Edna, returned authorities in strictly enforcing it.
deserve credit for their faithfulness
Monday from a three weeks’ visit Following are some of the section«
enyon , Cashier
gon when it gels settled and the
‘h°Uld ulake 8n ^ffurl m
VI. ALKXANDEK. I’lltblDSXT
in drilling tegularly ar.d keeping
C. W. P latt , Asst. Cashier
W m . J onss . V ich -P krxidknt .
big fills at the turns become pro- '° C°'ltrl Ut® ,0
,ucoe8#- Bn"«¡ the apparatus in good condition to Portland and coast points. Mr of the new law which it would be
dnnb for — exhibit
— v.i..* and 1 1 ’
Metcalf speaks in the highest well to read.
ready for an emergency
Sec. 3—No child under the ag
of the exposition and says
Realizing that the speed evento
Last week an alarm was turned
it is advertising the wonders of of I I years shall be eu.ployed in
is me of the most interesting fea- *"d horticol,u'’«l products for dis
in which proved the efficiency of
any work or labor of any form, far
tures of the fair the association has play
the department although it had no
He informs us that the Co-opera wages or other compensation to
spared no expense to make the race !
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
The Argus is reliably informed ” actiye work to perform the fire hav tive Christian Federation has pur whomsoever pavable, during the
course the best possible «..«
without the as-
chased the French-Glenn tract in hours when the public schools of
*’y lH,er that 0,'p uf ‘**e en,er?rlB; ¡stance of the department
We Solicit Your Banking Business.
,. . is due
... for mg citizens of Burns has received I |
Harney county and made the first the town, district or citv in 1 which
of rubbish had been sat on fir in
—M. Alexander. Win. Jones, E II 1’est,
he or she resides, shall be in i ses-
tl • x -ellent piece of work, which an automobile at that place and the rear of the Geer A Cummins payment of $50,000 therefor.—
1 C. E. Kenyon. H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
Miller. Erank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
will certainly Le appreciated by will at once inaugurate an automo hardware store and was almost be Argus.
Sec I—Attendance at sceool
bile passenger service between yond control wheh an alarm was
the hor-> men.
shall be compulsory up*>n all chil
A BIG AUTOMOBILE COMISO.
The speed program lias been ! Bu\n8 snd ’hitario. . This will be turned in The boys were at their
dren between the agi s of e'gbt and
plinti d in poster form this week , ‘
. news to , the traveling public, I various occupations in different
Percy Megargel who recently par- 14 years, and all cities, towns mid
■ou.eumi p|lrt8 of l(JW|1 |,ut before people
and been mailed to various . points |
ticipated in the transcontinental villiage. in tile state of Oregon,
wl.-re horsemen have made inquiry “)en wt’° tw,ce a
niake trips C(lU|d r(1|) a diBtance of lW(J l>|(,ck<
HOWARO SEBREE, PRCSIOCNT
W.R SEBREE. VlCt-PHtslOCNT
automobile contest, driving "Old during the whole of the FC liool
regarding the racing features. The rom Ontario to interior points — the engines and hose cart were out
R. A COWDEN, CAWHItR
program is a good one and every *'r8U8
and almost a block awav toward this time in a larger car—a IB in which the child resides, and up
* u l will lie a fine exhibit of speed
on children in .such city, town or V
Attacked Py a Hob
(> 'e a number of horses are now
There is an ordinance against
Megargel's ear, which is known villiage« between the ages of 14 V
h r rtm’ many others in the count)
burning rubbish adjoining building ■ as the "Keo Mountaineer” is mak- mid 16 years who are now employ
■ and beaten, in a labor
not, until I , . , ,
• ing pul in shape for the meet i
which should be rigidly enforced ¡ mg this tour of the continent for a ed in some lawful labor
covei d with son -s, 11 Chicago street j as it is a dangerous work. Although
nil the indications point to main
purpose, and that is nothing more
Sec 11 — Any person or copora’ V
car conductor applied Bucklen’s
ouisi le horses coming in ia'er m
| such alarms are a benefit i.i that It nor lees than a double transconti tion who «hull employ a minor con V
Arnica Salvr ami was soon sound
A General Banking Business Transacted
calls out the fire boys and keeps nental tour of discovery, sent out trary to the provisions of this act,
and w 11. ’ I ii
o in my family,” i
1 be stalls are now in readiness'
them in fine practice, it is not at *v the American Motor League, in or who shall violate any of the
write- <1 J W>
for occupancy and as soon as this!
, ; all essential and might prove dis- order to learn more of the roads provisions thereof, sb .Il In* guilty
“and find it. perfect.”
becemes generally known several
connecting the Atlantic with the of a misdemeanor ami upon con
great for cuts and burns. Only
horsemen will come in and take up
Burns has been the most tortu- Pacific, the height of the various viction thereof shall be fined in a
at The i'ity Drug Store
their quarter there and take advan
; nate town in Oregon regarding fire mountain ranges necessary to cross, sum not Ives than $10 nor more
tage of the fine track to work their
Even within the bi.-torv of this the extent of the vast sand areas than $25 fur llio first offense, nor
Speed Program Pair Beginning Oet. 16
| place which is not an old town l*y that comprise tile Bitter Creek less than $25 nor more than $50
Work on the pavillion and grand
a,,y means, almost if not all the in mid Great American deserts, the for the second offense, mid be im
stand will not begin for a few days
Quart. mile da-b, Harney County ’“"d '‘>wrs of Eastern Oregon have facilities for securing easoline along prisoned for not less than 10 nor
owing to the urgent demand for saddle I *r . - that never won pu bile ’ 8ufl'-‘ri’d from big fires, some of them tin- line, the depth of the various | more than 30 days for the third
carpenters oil other new buildings money Purse, $10
almost entirely destroyed by streams that have to be forded, and and each succeeding otlen *■.
Quarter-mile dash, free for all. Purse flames, while Burns stands practi-
now being elected in this pity
Sec. 12—Any parent or guardian
the hundred and one other little
However, these buildings will be
cally as she was built so far as any bits of information of similar im who shall violate any of the pro
Rates $a.oo and $2 50 per day.
Half roilo das!i, tree for all maiden?, z?
completed in ample time and be in puree $100
con8equence is concerned. port to the automobilist, who con- : visions of this act or who -hall al-
readiness for the fair next month. < hie mile trot or paee, beat 2 out of 3
will not always be so. The time templates a cross-country tour. I low any child under their care or
It is hoped to make some very heats, for horses bred and raised in will come w hen the big wooden Transcontinental tours have been ; I control contrary to the provisions
This modem new hotel was only recently opened to the
structureswill be wiped out by
creditable -xbibits during the week Harney county. Purse, »100.
made before, but this is the first of this act shall be guilty of mis-
public. Harney County people will be always welcome
fire—that is the history of all such excursion that is to make continu- .demeanor
of the various products of Harney
and upon conviction
and courteously cared for. A first-class bar in connection.
i liree-eighths mile dash, for Harney •uwns We should therefore use otis journey by returning to the . thereof shall be fined not less than
every precaution to keep that time starting point, for Megargel will re $5 nor more than t” ■
Tire premium list has just been county saddle horses. Purse, $»0.
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
issued which i’ the most complete Tnree-eighth mile dash, free for all a8 fiir distant as possible. The main in Portland about three or
city marshal should attend to his four days, after which he will start
ever gotten out in the county. The
Like Flading Money.
Three-mile novelty race; walk first
total amount of premiums and milt*, trot second mile, run third mile. duties in this respect most unceas on the return trip, going via the
purses is $2360, exclusive of the Purse. $50,
ingly and demand that property southern route, down the coast to
Finding health is like finding
sugeial premiums given by various
keep their premises free San Franci co, which is «aid to be money—so think those who are
from combustible rubbish and not the first time this !*0O-mile journey sick. When you have a cough,
men and business firms. Of this
Half-mile dash, for Harney County
allow it to accumulate.
amount $600 is devoted to livestock saddle iiorses. Purse, $50.
H ouston N ahton .
has been attempted in this manner., cold, sore throat, or chest irritation,
H on C ahi . oh Horn
The safety of Burns depends This is also said to be an impossi better act promptly like W C Bar
ami poultry, and $250 to agricul Half mile dash, free for all. I’urse,
largely upon the efficiency of its ble journey for an automobile, but ber, of Sandy Level, Va lie says:
tural products, fruit, etc.
While some of the premiums are One mile trot or pace, best 2 out of 8 volunteer fire department, how Megargel intends to find a route.
“I had a terrible chest trouble,
beats, 2:50 class, free for all. Purse ever, and we should see that every
not as large ns the association de
According to his schedule be caused by smoke anil coal dust <11
sired. it was found necessary to
Half-mile dash, for ponies under 14)a reasonable demand of the active wj|| arrive in Burns tomorrow, but my lungs; but, after finding no re
department l ' it
._; is hardly '..„.'.j
.1” make the lief in other remedies, I was cured,
coy« r a wide scope in the list in bands high, ridden by boys under 14
careful con- ,
order that every industry should
— However, by Dr. King’s New Disc overy for fa
I represented and receive recogni
this machine is built higher than Consumption, Coughs ami Colds.”
I sidoration and should receive it
Don’t wait until too late before the ordinary one and otherwise (■reatest sale of any r ough or lung
Four and a half furlongs, free for all
taking precautions against fire but equipped for the rough country, medicine in the World At the
It should be remembered tha1 Purse, $150.
(O ntano , O moon .
the Harney county Fair Associa One mile trot or puce, (rest 2 out of 3 I be on the alert at all times. See and may come right along.
City Drug Store; 50<- and $1 DO; fa 1‘ aykttk , I daho .
that flues are safe before putting in
tion has just been organized and heats, free for all. Purse $150.
guaranteed Trial bottle free.
Five-mile dash, for Harney County heating stoves that have been idle WONDERFUL NARSEY COI ND PROCRESS
that it has been at a big expense
saddle horses. Purse $75.
all summer, clean up back yard«,
to arrange for the first fair under its
Having «old the furniture busi
.lead leaves, etc, then |*e**ple can
Harney county is making such
management, spending over $4.000
ness, C. A Byrd will now tum bis
in improving the grounds, erecting Five-eightlis-inile dash, free for all. -.eep well an I feel Safe to A lllUC b rapid progress in the development attention to painting ami p.ip*-r
of its internal resources, that its hinging ami solicits a share of
buildings, etc. One very commen Purse, $15u.
One nnle trot or pace, best 2 out of 3
most ardent friends of three years y *nr patronage IL* will al«o con
<1 ible feature of the undertaking is beats, slow race, change drivers.
This duct a cabinet ami repair shop
th- determination of the association Purse (25.
SAY THE NEW LINE WILL BE BOLT would not now rec gone it
TKISCH <V DON Eft AN, Proprietors
statement was marie last 11 gid to
to pay al’ it» bills promptly and
Teu-mile relay race, must use s-ddle
s—• that the fair is conducted on a horses, change as please. I’urs , $!U0. Mirrimiu» Agents Declare Migriate ilie Dem*e*rai fry R A Kuner the
we| known traveler of Wadham«
l>u*ine«s basis with every featnre a
♦•()■ the Square" With Oregon.
Job printing—The Times Herald
vCo , from Portlimd, who has just
cl m <>ne without graft or f»v r in
The Telegram says: That Har returned from a trip through th
any respect. The board of direc-
Kuner says tha
riman’« intention« with reference •<. interior. .Mr
t - will see that the
<• ri«’*ucri* g ’he i*ro|e*«-*d lio- f- *ii> three years ago there was nothing
ir- on th - srpi ir-
A MATTER OF HEALTH Nair n nn th' Noolbern Pni-ifi
boi erg*- irruab plains, there is now
j ■ *b-rv
mg wheat field between Harner
n every conteei
a« exclusively announced in b t'lty ami Burns The grain ha«
I ’*■• premium«
11 rai-*ri bv dr» farming a v str tn
Tel* K’»m I««’ Week.
e - ■ <■• I
etc . Will be
dm rarer! to I** *• true f>» l*M*al ffieial- a .d r ltrs aGoul 25 bushels to the
ev v case and pr
ofib-O K A N A dl-parch io acre The people all through the
tor may rest as-ured of -••»
The Finest of
The Tebgraiu I oda V from Rah
y a'** prosperous and happv
the * premiums immedi.-rteh
■ ne was not fully acquainted
Francraeo i slam« that A certificare
t . judges have awarded t
gograptlj b- Would think
"f this amount wui
s on th- broad plains of the
tv Clerk to th* effect that • b«* he
e i ip by the coun.y. bowe
Southern Pacific propose
>ui 1<1 Dakotas
a iii pri ruiums will not
for Sik Only at’
the road and the representatives of
A new tl >urir>g mill is to be erec
until the meeting of the
the «ystern at the Bay City are ted at once at Harney City and
tn >otb following the fair,
qu>*’ed »• reiterating that lb* pro- the Bums peop>e and those thia
been arranged with the
j*<-t will go through
side of B.irris are figuring ou attend
the appropriation Iras I
ing th- Baker county fair ami race»
1 he c mrt ami directors of the a
ed to Portland wher-
in the fie,d. -»eking * route through a .1 then p.
O lents, Burns, Ore
c .t m li ive a tli**r • .gh unJer-tai J-
the C«-cad-- arid it 1« raid that if they will visit the I-ewia and Clark
ing of the matter ar* I the hat has
Koth<-i 1 Jtr a . Distributers Portland, Or* g 11
they succeed in «bowing there is a expotition — Baker Democrat
b-*.*n so arrang-d that there will I*
First National Bank
A General Banking Business Transacted.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
THE CARTER HOUSE.
All Outside Rooms—Near Depot
Napton &. Boyd*
Mines and Minhs
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Hotel Burns Bar