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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1905)
W have the Goods«—We make the Prices—We get ihe Trade
Up-to-date iub printing at reason- i
COUNTY FAIR work divisions will b- w«-l| repres
eral omission« have
and these will all be meli
»Att'BDAY. < x TOjSfcR 14, 1M6.
no trespassing .
Th» high ech.ol student« are
PRO-i EcT' FOR IM ERESTING WEEk
manifesting a liveiy interest in the
Hunting is forbidden up< n my y
Be* KI rT I U.S KATfcn
contest for the lest descriptive es-
O m Y « mí
Inquiry was made at the
say on the resources of Harney premises. Trespassers will be pro
itf » office this morning as te
county. The whole school will be secuted .
Eierylb.at iu Keadine*» Willi s
amount of taxes delinquent n the
represented in this contest and here
Fine F.ihibita Airead? ’i cred-«
Sst'jrda? Children » Day.
roll, but the exart amoun’
the judges w 11 Lave another
decision to make.
not be asce rrtamed owing to the
notice ; of final settlement .
Wit.i tt.-- ■
The Times-Herald is more than
The l ime» Her did gleets its rush occasioned by the term of
ml. comfortable quar pleased with the outlook in this
Notice is hereby given to the heirs of
readers in a larger
form this week circuit court which closes I im 1. iv .
ock and one of the ■ contest ai.d will publish the prize John II. Hickman deceased an 1 to ail
Sheriff Allen state» that only a
in Eastern Oregon, essay
fast • f
and is pleased to announce that
ptrsons whom it may concern : That on
small amount is delinquent, but the
new grounds next
Trie Saturday matinee promises the 4th dav of Oct., r» ;5, the undersign
henceforth it will Ire this size.
more than there was L>»t year.
the greatest yet a:- to be one of the most interesting ed administrator of said estate filed his
linal account and by order of the court. |
The I'll g1 Stre i uodition of its .id
tempted in Harriet- County.
afte.nie-tie of th** entire week The Made an<l entered Oct.. 4th 1 !»"”>, Mon-
The o flic.-ra of the association I association has decided to reduce . , »lay Nov., 6th 19"5 at one o’clock 1*.M.
Every loyal citizen of Harney
hard to get the the admission on that day and 1 of said da\ at the County C ourt room in
change neo *»ary which will err* county should make it a point to
in -lin|e- for ' hopes to have every public school Burns in Harney County Oregon was
t a inly mt :et the approval of the attend the fair next week and add
dav ind it is now up to pupil on the- grounds. Several .-pe- hxt^i as the time ami place when said
i final account would be considered by the
people of H.iitn y <ounty who -re to Its success ar much as possible the p .pi-- l.i -nake the fair a hum
|cia) features arc sclieauled for that [court, and all persons having any objec
tnoai libi 4»1 hi their pati onagc
I dav among them la-iug the baby tions to sai 1 account are required to tile
conditions in agriculture and st< < k
A gn at string of racers are here show, live stock parade, the contest the same on or before said date.
and w ho • cm to apptci i.ite the
raising and the a»»oclation desire to participate in the Hpe--<) prozrum
Dated at Burns Ore.
for tiie special prize of $20 cash by
frrble effi iri. of the management
I Thia 6lh day cf Oct., BkA5.
only sutlii ient revenue to cover amt fair vi-it- r- « ill s-<• the best
John M. Farrens,
to build up
e Great Harney the expenses of the fair. It is not
r.o in: they luve witmssed here for best family driving horse; the dou
y<-ar>. Then are at least twice a-i ble team contest for The Times-
to make money.
many horses as have participated Herald loving cup, the awarding of
the past few yearn and the olii other sjieeial preiums etc.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Four med.il» is credited to Hur
WILL LOOK Kilt POWER PLOT.
cars puriioee to have the events
I NITEÜ '1A1 E- i AXDOF’b’K E. ►
ney county on its display ui gr.iss-
Burns, Oregon, October 1D0-». I
on the square The decided to postpone the |>ony race Notice is hereby
W. E. Burke, of the Poitland scheduled
given that the following
ea st the Lewis and Clark fair-
hats tiled notice of her intention
Company, returned from Portland h'lr-'-men must keep strictly within scheduled for the third day until io make finul proof in support of iter claim, and
that said proof will be mu h* I at foie the Register I
onc gold, two silver and one thia week anti will again begin the rules goveiniiiii and tne direc Saturday and a rac-i for Indian and
Receiver, at Burns, Oregon, on November.
I'. l‘*Ui. viz: Lena B. Harkcj of Burns, orciion, (
We just as well had a active work on the big Carey se
horses will be run. The entire pro- ii’E. No. 1194, for the >• SE’4.Sec
c. >. NW t NW J, .-Cl
s . K >
no delaying at Stirling as is some gram has not bet n arranged as yet -W.
L . AV. M.
dozen of them according to Mr. lection of land which his company
She names the following witncRhcs to prow (
but will be announced later,
her continuous resident e upon mid cultivation .
Wallace, who is in churge Those has contracted to reclaim in this
Kaid land, viz: John W.rlow. Fred Km ine. (
The Burns B ind will be in atten-
Each of the several d< partmenls Dan I. Harkey,Sei.uyh r'AA hilinp. all of Burns,
Mr. Burke expect» to d.ne uid will entertain the crowd
winning th. medals are: Jis»«
will be looked after by superinten
\A m I ABBE, lit p ¡filer.
proapect deeper for a How of wat in tin-gi and st.iii I during the in
dents appointed by the board.
Huinard, of Harney, gold medal
er which be hopes to find at a terval«
events. The There will bo a man and also a
ADN! XISTR A TO K S NOTit’ E
on Bromis; H.irney county, sil reasonable depth.
Good pasture can be s< cured two
eroim.l will b>- I; pt in good order lady in charge of the pavilion, one
ver medal oir native wild grass;
Thia company purpose s to re and the crowd will be well jioliced in charge of the livestock, poultry, miles from Hurns. Inquire nt eith
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
J. G. Hollow.iy, Denio,
silver claim this land by means of pump- with four officers.
may concern, that the nndeisigned «as
etc. There will also be a compet er livery stable.
appointed oil the 23rd day of September,
medal on alfalfa; II. C. Levins,
Levin»,i i mg stations and as electric power
There hn- already been a nuin- ent nightwatch nr n employed sol
ltv>5, duly appointed by the County
of Burna, bronz medal on timothy.! ia considered the best ami most I.' i ■ f entri with the secretary for that the exhibits will be safe.
Court of Harney County, Oregon, the
,While the medals are not m.my,|economical Mr. Burke will inves- the stock show nod there are sufli-
The price of admission lias been are
Administrator of the Estate of Harrison
tho»e iii’eti -t«-.l in the exhibit are ' tigate vaiious water sources in cient in sight to predict the finest fixed at 50 cents for adults and 25 breakdown, due to dy*p psia or con- Kelley, deceased, and has duly qualified.
llrnce up and lake Dr. All iicrsons having claims against said
well .«aii-lit d with the i« ult. It. the mountains north for a suitable group of livestock ever bl ought to- cents for children under 12 years. I slipalion
g< ther in Hurney county.
| King’s Neu Lite Pills. they take estate will present the same, duly veri
was not int'-'.ils they were after. , location for a
I nfortunutely this has lieen an part of the grounds No admission out the muterials which are clog- fied and with proper vouchers, to said
1 l.e i culm i- has been a success Should he find one of sufficient
Administrator at his residence in the
unfavorable year for fruit and it is will be charged for seals in the : ging your energies,-ami give you
city of Burns, Oregon within six months
beyond the expectation of anyone capacity lie will furnish power for
b ared the horticultural exhibit will grat.d stand as heretofore. Season a new start. Cure headache and from the date of this notice.
—it ha» a< i oinplisht-il its purpose purposes other than ihe pumping be rather short. However it is hop
dizziness too At the city drug
Ilatcd October 7, 19"5.
tickets may lie obtained for $2 00.
—it has attracted widespread at- stations with possibly lighting ed to have some display of this na-
J. W. (lHAIlV,
The grounds are clean and free store; 25c., guaranteed.
tentiun and brought not a few 'Harney by
The ture and our orcliardists are invited
from duet and visitors are assured
people hen- to locate and bun Times-Herald suggests a trolly to tiring in specimens of this line—
of every comfort possible by the
no entrance fee is charged for any association.
ilreds of inquin. » from prospec-. line also to Weicomeville.
H N BRCW.V,
I. , m • fekers,
, • > • 1 , ■ i a many
• ■ i i •• ■ • i of
. I whom
thing in the line of produce. The
vegetable and grain exhibits should
wbi < nine Ibis fall and next spring.
t>e good. This should be given
I'« el association succeed«
Thu following biographic »ketch strict attention. It is one cf the
in disposing of the taxidermy dis
The Timese-Hrald can siai- with
play at a fair tignre the comity of the latn George Shelley appears most important features of the fair.
that the big land hold
will m.t b.•i,ti- much mooey fol
lh" Ui-i-rv of H i.ie v . .unir
the most effective advertising' Honest industry, upnghtness and
ing» of the Freneh-Gleun Livestock
integrity with capabilities hive well w rtli winning Exhibitors Co., in this county has passed from'
venture ever undertaken by an
lilaced the subject of this article in should get their pioducts in as
interior county. It has brought
the ownership of the company into
WE SO* IC8T YOU» BUSÍNFSS.
mi enviable position mining Ins fel early .i possible and comply with
results tli.i' will be felt for years.
hands. It is not at liberty to
lows. and it is with pleasure that the rules governing tile exhibits
Evin if the di.play ia not disposed we are permittei) to grunt n review '•■veral hundred premiums lists state who the new owners are or
Burns, Harney County, Oregon.
of the result justitivs the small ex- of his life’s career
ILs parents, liave been distribut'd over the coun what the future policy will be It ::;;nit::ui:t»::4:i:n:;:i
pcndiiur«. h has brought Har Jeremiah and Martha (Williams) ty which s t forth the regulations. would be entirely speculative com
ney ouiilv to the front and show Shelley, ware natives of Kentucky, The secretary will furnish a list ment upon this matter at this time,
therefore we will simply suy it is
ed outsole p <>plc what a magnifi and at Louisville, in that state, they , upon application.
hoped the land will be made use of
wire married, and there, on Sep
cent counlrj it i.s.
in a manner that would be toward
It wa» the intention to show tember 23. 1855, George was born I tition in ’.he various divisions
increasing the wealth, population
Harney < oiiuly in her primitive They went to Daviess county, Mis
I he p .stry, fancy work ami needle and prosperity of the country
stale: to let tile world know that
later to Texas, where he wiib in the
rALL AND WliNltK UUViD AKt Ml» IN.
here was thy largest county in the
stock busiuess. Hu had previously
We are now able to show you a larger and more .
state, coviiing an area of some
been a soldier in the Mexican war.
complete stock than ever before. Our prices are >;
lo,ot '> quai* mile» and populated
This son stayed with his father in
as low as they can be sold. Our lines in
with less Ilian 5,000 souls; where lie stock business until the latter’s
the e weie over 4,000,000 acres death, a>>d then hu c iuu to Cplo- *
of vacant governin'.-nt land on rsdo Springs, and here attended
comprises the newest and most beautiful
wLiih to locate and make homes. school. Later he went to Colorado •
Since the list was printed
JOHN DEERE Ph
g* IPlo« V
• s M i,
In fact Farming Implements of all Kinds.
In various Patterns, Sizes and Prices.
Doors, Windows, Gl ss, Paints, Oil, Varnish, Et;
GEER & CUMMINS
Burns Meat Market
Betwveo Irisch & Doucitans and uk u .?:-'. . (
Your patronage solicited. f l PON
Oregon Forwarding Co
City and learned the blacksmith w•
trade, and after working there for u •
tiuie iu 1875 he came overland to 9 9
Boise where he engaged to ride after •
stock until 1877. In the spring of
1878 he was in the Loudvdle excit- • 9
ment, and in July of that year he 9
enlisted under Captain Maxim to
tight the Iiidians, and he did scout «
work over Eastern Oregon and
in Idaho. He fought until all was
done, anil then weiil to the Grauili »
Itonde valley and worked at his
trade there until 188-1
opened a shop in Camp Hurney, mid
in 1887 went to Crane creek, where
he operated a shop until 18',t >,
when be came to Bums, where he
Las been since. In 181*7 Mr.
Shelley entered into partnership
with J C Foley, and since dial Ii
they have worked togotL.-r. In ItM*
the people called Mr Shell. } to
act as sheriff of Harm-y county. '■>■-
ing el* eted on the Democratic tick
Ho rendered good Sir lice for
his entire term satisfied the people
and leaving a commendable record.
On July 1, 1902, be retired from the
office and again went to the forge
Mr Shelley was a member of the
K of P Inland Lotlge, No 70.
On October 23, 1885 Mr Shelley
married Miss Hallie, daughter of
David and Rebecca Cary, of Crane,
Team Borax, every pound of
and to them was born two daughters
which is taken from I larnev
—France« and Lenora
T he *1 itiu
1 lei ahi it authoi-
Ut J lo stai c that the Hai ret
coutil v Fa r .\s« >ciatiun has a l e-
wrvt un-I wuh winch to pay pie-
ihibits that are not
vrennum list recently
>e \»sociatHMi wishes
A comi K
xhihition of the pro-
dox t* (
loumt ano therefore
that have such to
..! i 'ui'a - premium
*ul IX* »
is about to move into its
We have also a new line of
LADIES’ HAIN (OATS, CLOAKS, JACKETS.
on Depot ami Main streets where we will open lip an en
tire new stock of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Ladies’ and Gents Furnishing
A JTOC^WC OUU*L
TO &C AWO CVE^N
!• I ta.'er.
Stop at th-. Overland
Buf e?, Orego"
ihe Largest and Most Conipkii : c * m
Of drugs, m Jicines, druggists sundries,
perfumes, stationery, books, schoi! sup
plies, etc., ever brought to Burris. 1
finest wines and liquors for med'.i ■
purposes always on hand.
Agents for Any Periodical Publish
YOUR DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION GIVEN SPECIAL ATT DUN.
THE CITY DRUG STOR
THAT nwBVSTER BROWN STOCKING
LT A BOON TO MOTHER J ««» A SNAP
FOR JÄHTA CLAW -
H. M. HORTO*
i r t.
BURNS LIVERY ANO Fo •
GARRI- . t ,
Fancy and Staple Groceries
do n<»t intend to move a single piece of goods from the old
building, s » to unload the ianuonee stock» we are carrying, we fully
realist that a great
bi h aii i: a ib
We respectfully invite the public to call on us anJ hcc our good»
aud get our pii ee. We guarantee satisfaction. We are here to
b’ >1.1 up our busin. h and proposa to do it with
must be made, therefore wo will for the next
J/oiSi :• k <
li’t fl ■ nr m ¡
LOW PRICES -SQUARE Í-ALINC
lam on a
FURNITURE, PIANOS, UNDERTAKING
REFRIGERATORS, BUILDING and CARPET PAPER, ROOFING.
«ml will then make liispUi rooms of the buildings we are at ¡pres
ent occupying at the “Old Stand” where there will always 1.« some
nu iu attendance to show you our line of carriages and buggi and
Stock is complete in Every Particular
See us first and get prices.
and the B \RG A1NS will be for those who
come EARLY, Uc- will be in our
Main St., Burns, Oregon
Bucks For Sale
1 have a band of Thoroughbred Registered Rams, bred from
the Franco Ramboulette and Delaine stock. This stock is now ex
tensively used throughout Eastern Oregon and are giving satisfac
OREGON FORWARDING CO.
As mutton apd wool producers the Ramboulette and Delaine
Rams are unexcelled. Call on or address.
J. S. BARRET T<r£f%.ger.
Special Attention (iiven
uwets . mattings , wall paper , go carts , mattresses ,
New Building November first
Job printing—The Times-Herald
Died—Just as we go to press we
learn that Frank Riggs passed away
at the h one of bi« mother in this
city this afternoon
He had started
for his heme at Fori Bidwell last
week but took sick at Narrows and
was brought to Burns He was
suffering from pneumonia Deceas
, d was well known to old residents
of this sectiou- He leaves a wife.
LOCAL AND PERSON 4L
DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS
A suiii, ient amount of pioducts
wei • exhibited to show the possi
bilities as an agriculture district.
It was impossible to compete
with counties along the railroad
in the wa) ot products because of
the loug haul over rough roads
Fiesh fruits, even if available, as
well a» grn n vegetables could
not lie shipped out and reach
I’oi Hand 111 any condition for ex
hibition. It was tried ami found
unsali.la■ lorj. We might have
had more sheaf gram and grasses
had the farmers taken a more
active interest. The local associa
tion may have made mistakes,
but did everything it could to
make the t xh'bit a success.
Onr ver} unnvilanl industry
fell 'beat and that was the borax
works in the southern part of the
county. The company c ontiolling
this immense plant belongs in
California and has nothing tn
common with Harney county,
Fact is it ia a bonanza making
large pretits for the owner* who
do not desire to advertise the
tides fioiri which thci reap the
harvest, but till the coast papers
Harney County Bank.
W. D. HUFFMAN, Burns, Oregon.
fìough and Dressed Lun
- cite, Flooring, Mouiding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good
Lumber Yard in Burns.