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iATDRDAT. OCTOnKR t, W)
One Yttr .
JULIAN HYUII - Mmii.i
Tlld COUNTY FAIR.
(Continued from first page.)
Thursday's racing amis wore
not at all satisfactory. There
were four horses to start in the
three eijrthths milo for $500.
Seventy, Belle Griffon, Wado
Hampton and Calusa Boy went
to the post and as some of them
were not used to a gate, Starter
Caldwell used a flag. Either the
horses would not score good or
the riders wouldn't let them.
At any rate they wore out the
patience of the starter and ho
finally got them in a pretty good
lino and dropped the flag. Sev
enty got away and Wado Hamp-
'ton finally took after him, tho
tfecr two horses remaining at
'.the post, dind't look good to
ike judges and tho grand stand
fairly howled. As some of the
same horses were entered in
the three-quarter race for tho
same day, tho judges declared
the three-eighths off to bo run
tho following day. The race was
run off yesterday with three
starters, Belle Griffon being al
lowed to withdraw. Wade
Hampton won with Seventy sec
The trot was very slow owing
to the fact that tho horses had
not received much work. Pro
gress was scratched on account
of going lame, so Pumpkin, Sid
ney Wilkes and The Remitter
started. The latter was outclass
ed but Geo. Hagey drove him
through any way all same In
dian horse race and made fun
for tho grandstand. Sidney took
the first heat in 2:42 and Pump
kin the second in 2:38. The
third heat went to Sidney in 2:11
JoeGoss, Seventy, Belle Griffon
and Evermore started in the
three-quarter mile dash. Seventy
won with Belle second. Time
Yesterday's races started with
a match between Flute and Chub
quarter mile. The latter won,
but the backers of Flute are not
yet satisfied and another race is
likely between the two today.
Three starters went to the
post in the seven-eights dash:
Joe Goss, Belle Griffon and Con
oway. Belle took the race with
out any effort, Joe Goss coming
second. Conaway was left at
the post and to all appearances
on purpose as his rider didn't
seem to try to get him off.
The stock parade was an in
teresting feature in yesterday's
program. There were not many
entries, but the stock made a
good bhowing. F. E. Smith of
Dale, led the parade on his hand
some Kentucky saddle stallion
and conducted the parade in nice
shape. Mr. Smith's seven
gaited stallion has been much
admired during the week.
The Indian pony race proved
its usual success and appealed to
the children and tho entire at
tendance. The Indians always
whip from the go and by passing
the grand stand twice in the milo
give the people their money's
worth. Capt. Louey's horse
80ME PREMIUM WINNERS.
Following are some of tho
premium winners in the steck:
Peter Clemens 1st on mare and
mule colt Also 1st on aged
Jack. H. B. Simmons 1st on
yearling Jack and 1st and 2nd on
Jennies snd Jack colts.
In the grade draft class Peter
Clemens 1st on yearling stallion,
Thos. MeCormick second.
Bobt Settlemyre 1st on mare.
Thos. MeCormick 1st on pair of
Starr Buckland 1st on two-year-old
J. T. Conrad 1st on grade
H. B. Simmons 1st on Perch
H. B. Simmons 1st on Coach
C. A. Bedell 1st on thorough
Robt. Settlemyre 1st on brood
marc and colt in all purpose class
and C. E. Elliott 1st for pair of
In the Standard bred class Geo.
Hagey 1st in stallion, J. W.
Biggs second. J. W. Biggs "1st
on mare, 1st on brood mare and
colt. G. W.Young 1st on year
ling mare, 1st on yearling stall
ion. In the roadster class Cal Cle
mens 1st in single drivers.
Dr. L. E. Hibbard's herd of
Jersoys have attracted very fa
vorable comment. They took
.several premiums besides several
diplomas. Mr. Huffman's Jor-
soy bull took a first premium.
Dr. Hibbard's swlno also naun
Threo sheaves of winter wheat,
Jns. Varien first
Tnrco sheaves sprihg wheat,
L. E. Hibbard first.
Three sheaves barloy, G. W.
Threo sheaves oats, J. N. Jen-
son first, Jus. Varian second.
Fifty nounds bar oy. Fred la-
cino first, G. W. Young second.
Fiftv nounds oats, U w.
Young first and second.
Fifty nounds wheat, Ficd Rn-
cino first, Gail Barnes second.
Seeds in jars. W. G. Hoddcr
first, Mrs Kern second.
Alfalfa first crop, Dr. L. h.
Hibbard first, Peter Schciltss
Alfalfa, second crop, Fred
Timothy, Jns. Varien first,
Peter Schciltz second.
Natural grasses, Fred Racine
first; Peter Schieltz, second.
Hops, W. G. Hoddcr first
Bromes, James Vnricn first
Greatest variety apples, Chas.
Johnson first: V. Cawlfield sec
ond. Best single variety apples, V.
Cawlfield first; J. 0. Bunynrd
Crabapples, Mrs. A. George
first; R. J. McKinnon, second.
Peaches, Mrs. A. George first
Greatest variety of pears, 11.
J. McKinnon first; W. J. Altnow
Best single variety of pears,
Sam King first; Mrs. George sec
Greatest variety of plums, Chas
Johnson first; Mrs. George sec
Best single variety of plums,
Mrs. George first; Chas. Johnson
Greatest variety prunes, Chas.
Johnson first; Mrs Lackman sec
Best single variety of prunes,
Chas. Johnson first and second.
Onions, James Paul first, Pet
er Schciltz second.
Onions best single variety, Fred
Strong first H. C. Smith second.
Turnips, Mrs. Rose Kern first,
Jas. Varian second.
Beets. W. G. Hoddcr first, Jas.
Sugar beets, Peter Schciltz
first, Jas. Varien second.
Potatoes, best and greatest
variety, Peter Schciltz first, Jas.
Potatoes, best single variety,
Jas. Varien first, Chris Lackman
Tomatoes, Peter Scheiltz first,
II. C. Smith second.
Cabbage, Jas. Varien first,
Fred Strong second.
Cabbage, -largest head, Geo.
Young first, Jas. Varien second.
Pumpkins, Peter Scheiltz first,
T. J. Skeins second.
Corn, A. J. Invin first, Chas.
Kahlrabi, carrot, stock beet,
etc., Peter Scheiltz first, Chris
Parsnips, Jas. Varian first, W.
G. Hoddcr second.
Muskmelons, Wm. Farro first,
H. C. Smith second.
Watermelons, H. C. Smith
first, E. C Eggleston second.
Celery, Dr. Hibbard first R. J.
Squash, Peter Scheiltz first,
Mrs. J. O. Cawlfield second.
Popcorn, Chas. Johnson first.
Cucumbers, Dr. Hibbard first,
Wm. Farro second.
Cauliflower, W. G. Hoddcr
first, Peter Scheiltz second.
Kale, Dr. Hibbard first
Rutabagas, Peter Scheiltz first,
Dr. Hibbard second.
Tho best general exhibit of
farm, garden and fruit, Peter
Schieltz was awarded first and
Fred Racine second.
We haven't room to publish tho
entire list of awards this week.
Tho list will bo completed next
HILL SAYS IIO'S COMINO.
Tho following is a dispatch
from Chicago;, James J. Hill
passed through Chicago today on
his way to New York, remaining
hore long enough to have a con
ference with John F. Stevens,
who is in charge on now con
struction for tho Hill lines in tho
Hill lines in tho Pacific North
west. Mr. Hill intimated that
tho aggressive policy which ho
has adopted "with respect to rail
road construction into new terri
tory in tho West and Northwest
would not bo abated on account
of tho death of Edward H. Har
riman, "Wo intend to build all tho
lines that are warranted by tho
development of tho country in
tho Northwest," declared Mr.
Hill, "and possibly Bomo which
aro not warranted by present
development. Yes, wo are go
ing to build a lino south in tho
csnter of tho Stntb of Oregon
from a point oh thd Columbia
River, I cannot tell you how far
we will go with that lino. It de
pends upon conditions."
"Is it not truo thnt you aro j
heading for San Fnr Jsco?" was
"Oh, no indeed," was tho re
ply, "wo are heading for Mexico
City. I don't mind tolling you
what route wo intend taking, if
you will bo careful not to say
anything about it Wo uro going
to build that lino up tho Des
chutes River and then extend it
to tho highest point in tho Sierra
Nevada Mountains, from which
point wo intend using aeroplanes
to reach Mexico City. Now, isn't
that a good story for your paper?
It has tho merit of romance, at
least and that's bettor than a
whole lot of nowspapor stories."
Mr. Hill would not go on with
referenco to his building pro
jects in Oregon.
can fill any
Burns Soda Works
order largo or small.
The following cases havo been
up in circuit court Binco tho re
port on tho first pago was made:
P. L. S. Co. vs. A. Miranda-
Injunction. Transferred to tho
State Water Board. This is tho
first caso in this county to bo
referred under tho now wntcr
J. P. Dickenson vs. Susan
Dickenson Divorco, Dismissed
on motion of nlaintiff.
P W. D. Huffman vs. Fnnnle
Smyth et al Injunction. For
Gussio Smyth vs. Harry Smyth
W. T. Vander Veer vs. S. C.
Keyes Accounting. Domurrer
Sophia Burkhardt vs. C. B.
Ausmus Injunction. On de
murrer. Theodosia Taylor vs. David
Taylor Divorce. Passed.
Kate Calkins vs. 0. Calkins
Chris Lackman vs. Christina
Lackman Suit to quiet title.
Service not complete.
J. L. Sitz vs. G. W. Luce
A. J. Skein vs. J. P. Dicken
son Recovery of money. De
murrer to complaint sustained.
Amended complaint filed. Con
tinued and set for trial April 6
V. B. Symc vs. H. M. Horton
Recovery of monoy. Demurrer
to comnlaint overruled by consent
and answer filed. Continued and
set for trial April C, 1910 to fol
low case of Skein vs. Dickenson.
Tho Portland Co. vs. Paul
Locher Attachment Demur
rer filed, overruled by consent
and answer filed.
Susan Marshall vs. Gcorgo
Marshall Attachment Settled
John Marshall vs. Geo. Marsh
allRecovery of money. An
C. A. Swcck vs. A. Schenk
Appeal from justice court Judg
ment for plaintiff for $20.
State vb. L. V. Smith Practic
ing medicine without license.
Pleads guilty and fined $50.
State vs. John Cummins-
Uttering forged check. Pleads
guilty and sentenced to two
years in penitentiary. Paroled
and must report to A. K. Rich
E. B, REED & SON
Complete line of
Fancy & Staple Groceries
Finest lino of Confectionery in the
interior School supplies, notiona,
tobacco, cigars Orders taken for
FineTailor Made Clothing
at prices ranging from $13.50 to
$45 A satisfactory fit guaranteed
RBA1EMBGR We give a five per cent tnido discount for
cash on all goods.
RAMS FOR SALE
DELAINE. MERINO, RAMBOULLET3
From Butterfle'd Live Stock Co. Ranch
May be inspected at Homer
Mace pasture at Burns about
Oct. 15. For information ad
dress D. N. Baker, at Burns.
ardson on first day1 of each
Stato vs. Chas. Barker Forg
ing a check. Indicted at this
term, lie is in jail waiting ac
tion of tho court.
Stato vb. W. M. Byrd-Larccny
of a gelding. Plead not gtillty.
Continued until next term and
bonds fixed nt $750. As yot tho
prisoner has not raised the
Stato va Mathow Lowry Ae
sult with intent to kill. Continu
ed to noxt term and bonds fixed
Notico is hereby given that by
virtuo of tho authority given by
tho Charter of tho City of Bums
a sidewalk of lumber will bo con
structed nlong tho east side of
(Block 50 also 2 street crossings
I connecting therewith and across
I C and D strcota on a grade being
Ion tho west side of Front Strcot,
'at as nearly a uniform grade as
.tho sur'aco of Iho ground will
'permit, nnd in conformance with
'the city regulations nnd Orul-
, By ordm. of tho Common Coun-
Iciloftho city of Burns, dated
September 22, 1009.
P. T. Randall.
Tho wholesome, harmless gi eon
i leaves and tender stems of a lung
j healing mountainous shrub, give
I to Dr. Shoop'B Cough Remedy ills
jcurativo properties. Tickling or
dry bronchial coughs quickly and
safely yield to this highly effec
tive Cough medicine, Dr. Shoon
assures mothers that they can
with safety givo it to oven very
young babes. No opium, no
chloroform absolutely nothing
harsh or harmful. It ci'mi the
distressing cough, and heals u
sensitive membranes. Accoptno
other. Demand Dr. Shoop's.
Sold by Reed Bros.
III tlm County Court iif tlm hlnlu oi
Otrgon lor Ilnriipy family
In tho matter ol tlio Ititatoof 'Ilioui'ie
Notice Is Imroby Khun Hint Mnrtlm A.
Wlnsflulil.tlioKxticiilrlx of tho lut Will
and Testament of Tlioimm Wlnndid.l.
cUctaitJ, has rendered an pro'ch'. l
for setttonient, and filed In mM mn,
her final account; and that M'unluy Ilia
8th day of Novembor IWI it ten o'clock
A. M., at tho court lioueo In Hum.
Harney County, filn'o of Oregon, linn
boon duly aptolntod by tlm wild court,
for tho mittlomunt of M urcoutir, at
which tluio and placo any perium Inter
ettod in aald eittato. may nnr and
fllo txcoptlom or objections therein.
Dated llilt Unit tmbticatlou OjtoMr U,
Mam-iii A WiMinr.Lii,
NOTICE KOlt I'UIIUCATION.
UwtihTATr l.M uriim i
liiirni, iirmon, Auviittai, iw I
NotlroU hereby xlH ltt tho Wilvnl Oir
Eon ! ftlexl In Hill ifflro lu .!lcll"li(Hrli
o (HM9 to ulect, under the iiratl.Iona.il ilu
Actol Couf.,ppnJPil Aujuil H, JM
loin a)cniUlory Iticroto, ilia
NK) HtV.f !v' ,T,SB, It. 10 K V
Any nd nil ptriooi cUtinlnt mlicoclf I lie
UudidMcrlbetl.or ileilrlnir lo oblect Iacium
ol the mlnit clittftcter "t Urn Itnd, ur tar
any other rtuou, to Ilia uUjoaiil tomltcut,
ihould file their iiTliUvlia ol itoio.I In Ihli
office, on or before Ibo eijilrnlloii of the. prfloil
VM rMi, llcgUlcr
Flrtt publication Vti II. W0.
Lut imbllcallun Oct. 16 1W.
NOTICE OP FINAL SliTTLCMRNT.
In thu matter of the I'.-tatu tif 1'ulur An-
Nollcoln huriliy kKom that tlioimrior
eluiifd executor of tliu Kotnlo of IVUr
Andrleu, ilccva.oil, liaa lllfl It In flunl
accuunt In aalil vatato nml tliu Hon. J J.
Hector, Juilgu of tliu County Court for
Ilarnoy County, Oregon, liua nut Mini
dny, tliu 4lli ilay of October, 100'J, at
the hour I 10 o clock it m, nt IiIn olllro
In Iliirm, llnrntiy County, Oregon hu
tho tlmo and place (or htmrliit; obJuitlonH
lo mid nccouut. Any miu till jicrnoiia
ob'octlriB to (aid urcount am Imrubv no
tided to appear at uld time mid pluro
Dated at IluriiH, Orison, Hupt. 3, UK)')
IJnw. J. ('ATllir,
Kxecutor of tho Kutnte of IVIur Andricn
'Phono your ordors to tho Cash
Grocery & Bakery for broad,
pica, cookies, fruits, etc. Doliv
ery ma lo promptly.
(MO aero ranch fof snlo suitable
for dairy or stock ranch. Abund
ance of water for irrigation and
power - inquire at this office.
fhe CASH GROCERY & BAKERY
Located In l-rcncit Motel
Best quality Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fresh
Fruits, Vegetables, Confectionery, Stationery,
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
FRESH BREAD, COOKIES, PIES
Tolephono orders will receivo prompt attention
Free delivery to any part of tho city.
-. "V. 2S
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
'J hone to Me for Your Doctor Cal!
k J. AlcKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
-,. '-l'KVfc-VW-''y Vtk.'''Al. Vt Vt. "VMW1
The City Bring Store
REED BROS., Proprietors
Successors to II. M. Horton
Our line or Untax, Patent Medicines and
Toilet Articles are Complete.
WE USE ONLY THE BEST OF DRUGS
IN OUR PRESCRIPTION WORK AND
WE NEVER SU STITUTB.
i v"-'. -'''V"b'V'V'S)U &. VAWV.&
I BURNS HOTEL BAR
I DIBBLE & STEPHENS, Proprietors.
i WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
' Club Rooms in Connection
Courteous undiObliging Bar Tenders
EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS DROP IN
Centrally Located nnd Connected nith Hotel Hums
T - I I 1 1 1 aM BlWiail Ml WWII win inwpj Jill I. LP I IU L --LI HI I
l YOIG'S 1AI MfflE! !
Come in and inspect my stock
COMPLETE LINE OF BEST GROCERIES
to be had in the Market
My prices are an low a good goods
can be sold for in this market...
The LARGER the order
the LESS it COSTS.
The Stag h one of tho latent nnd best ndd!loii9 to the ftunoua
Docre Lino of Riding Plows. Is light in weight, simple
and durnblo in construction full of genulno merit, nnd hns
shown its mottle nnd utility in every test it hns been nut to.
It hns nmply demonstrated by its good work its right to bo
classed na a strictly up-to-dnto, high-class fnrm tool. It is
certain to suit tho most critical farmer nnd bo n money
maker nnd a labor-saver for him.
"M It's a Deere-Ifs Right"
nnd does its work perfect onso to tho operntor nnd team.
It is manufactured nnd Bold ns n tonguoloss plow a tonguo
not being necessary to host results, but ono is supplied nt
slight cost to thoHo who porfer it that way. The StsxU is tho
simplest riding plow built, anyone who can hook up n team
nnd drivo 'em straight enn oporato it successfully. It pos
sesses many superior features not found on other plows,
nnd it takos a whole book to illustrato and dlscribo them.
Detter writo for it today and nlL tho information you wnnt
about this superior implement.
C. H. VOEGTLY
Cottrill & Clemens aro prepar
ed to do custom work with their
portable- Bnw mill located U
miles west of Cold Springs on
Poison Creek. Lumber for Hale.
Got youa permit and havo them
saw your lumbor. Terma aro
- OinSTEJ, UPlOpt
Yours for Accuracy and Lowest mces
Ascitis fOir llic ,' Largest collection Tost Cirdx
and Album In llicCilv
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QEER & CDMMI
New' Shop Opro'Uv.
'Your paiioa c soiled.
The Most Populai
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Headquarters for Traveling Men and 1 oud
Ajclar4 Racine Manager,
HfcNDLKSON ELLIOTT, Pn.pt.
Special all, i,
Special Attention Given
to Conducting . Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATB HAY SCALK -ffl
IN CONNlCriON WITH BARN.
Rough and Dre.-sed l u A
Rustic, Flooring, iviouii u,
Slearest Sawmill to Burns. Cooi f.
Lumber Yard in Burns..
At. The Welcome Pharmac
You can always find
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If i'ou don't wo wliutyou want usk .
ir vt havon't it in atopic wu'll got tt lor
Mail Orders Solicited
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, OttM
ihi. I'fsl National Hark Mam l
H.J HANSEN, I pi
House iu Inceiioi Oft
ALL OliTSIDl h. '
L. Racine, Propt., I
AND FEED STABLE.
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