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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1909)
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Six Month! .
lULIAN HYim - -
Some oxccllcnt viows of tho
garden nnd orchnrd displnys in
tho pavilion were taken Inst
week and will form n part of tho
booster litcrrturo being prepared
by tho Commercial Club. A fow
hundred postal cards would prove
quite effective m the lino of ad
According to press advices
from Carson, Nevada, the Oregon
Trunk hns.fllcd articles of incor
poration in that state. The
charter provides for nothing fur
ther than to build a railroad.
John F. Stevens is named as
president. This means that tho
Oregon Trunk is going on "south.
Every parent and taxpayer
who attended tho evening session
of tho institute Thursday night
will say that State Supt Acker
man is a good prophet in assert
ing that Burns will havo a fine
high school building nnd nil neces
sary equipment within ten years.
It will not require that length of
time to accomplish it.
tho hands of local people With A.
J. Johnson and John D Dnly
ench holding largo interests in
tho bank. County Commissioner
Gcorgo Smyth arrived from Dia
mond while tho mooting was
still in session. Mr. Smyth has
just acquired substantial stock
holdings in tho bank and dropped
in to becomo acquainted with the
business of tho institution. Tho
First Nntionnl Bank enjoys its
well earned reputation of being
one of the solidest bunks in tho
Northwest. Its statements i.ow
show a surplus considerably in
excess of its enpitnl while it is
authoritively stated that tho
aggregate responsibility of its
combined stockholders is over
three qunrters of a million dollars.
S0MI1 PREMIUM WINNERS.
(Continued from page one.)
The teachers institute
closed has been one of tho
interesting and profitnblo
sions held in this county.
exception of four every teacher
actively engaged in tho work
was present and tho instructors,
State Supt Ackermnn and Prof.
Alderman of the university, were
much appreciated by local teach
ers. The following informal re
solution was introduced and read
by Prof. Collier and adopted by
a unanimous vete:
"We the teachers of Harney
County, in institute assembled,
wish to express our sincere ap
preciatipn of the earnest, faith
Jul efforts of Supt Ackerman
and Prof. Alderman in bringing
o us so many valuable helps;
therefore, we tender them a vote
of thanks for imparting to us in
creased power, inspiration and
Prof. Ackerman is one of the
very thorough educators of the
northwest and his long service as
state superintendent has been
devoted to improving the public
school systems of the state in a
manner that has been very bene
ficial. His lecture Thursday eve
ning was excellent and met with
favor by a crowded house. The
people are much interested in
our educational institutions nnd
we are pleased to see them turn
out on occasions of this kind.
Prof. Aldorman's talk to par.
ents on last evening was except
ionally fine, and one that should
The following teachers were
in attendance: Misses Hannah
Mey, Ava H. Wright, Amy
Leake, Ethel Leake, Vera Hen
dricks, Minnie Denman, Augusta
Haarstrich, Neva Hodder, Laura
Dawson, Enid Cawlfield, Agnes
Cawlfield, Myra King, Alice
Sweek, Lena Harkey, Lelah
McGee, Delta Dillard, Florence
Farnum, Clayte Burrow, Jose
phine Locher, Helene Swain,
Mary Godfrey, Julia McKcnzie,
Ella Sweek; Mesdames Noris
Millard, Alma Mickle, Alice
Smith-Sweek, Dorotha Irwin,
Mary E. Foley, Vanilla Cobb,
Mas. Lufer; Messrs. I. C. Ray
mond, G. A. Collier, A. E. Mill
ard, E. E. Larsen, J. E. Marsh,
Theo. Foreier, M. A. Biggs, W.
D. Yoder, J. D. Stewart.
Mrs. A. Barron, first on now
Mrs. Frank Colo first on bread,
first on largest display of potted
Mrs. Huston, first on exhibit
of nstors. ,
Mrs. H. C. Smith, first on
Mrs. Chas. Johnson, first on
Mrs. W. G. Hoddor, first on
Tho racing cards for the last
day were tho best of the week,
there being six events for the
Tho first was a special three
and one-half furlongs with Ever
more, Patsy B nnd Con D as
starters. Patsy B won with
Evermore second. Time 45.
There were but two starters
in the trot, Pumpkin taking two
straight heats over Sidney'
Wilkes. Time first heat 2.425.
second heat 2.41.
The five-eights miles dash was
a pretty race between Wado
Hampton and Belle Griffon and
the finish was very close. Sev
enty was n close third. In fact
all three starters ran in a bunch
the entire distance. Timo 1:05.
Tho Saddle horso nice was an
other exciting one. The first
race was declared a tic between
Red Bird and Fluto nnd tho
second trial later was very close
between these two horses, Fluto
winning by n very narrow mar
gine. Other starters in this
raco were Lady, Teddy Bear nnd
Solo Best Timo 55.
rive starters in tnc pony race
made that an interesting event,
but Sorrel Top was an easy win
ner with Kidd second. Buck,
Chico and Sunshino also ran.
.loo Goss, Friar Charm and
Evermore were tho starters in
the half-milo consolation, They
finished in the order nainod.
MAkNEY COUNTY'S 1909 ASSESSMENT ROLL.
Tho summary of tho as3033iiloitt roll for 1009, compared with
last year's assessment Tho nsacssrnent UiIb year was on a bnttia
of cash valuation. Tho increnso will not offect tho taxes as tho
levy will bo made to cover a glvon amount, therefore will bo lewer:
Acres of tillablo land
Acres non-tillnblo lnrds
Improvements on deeded Innds . .
Town nnd city lots J
Improvements on town nnd city lots '
Improvements on undceded land
G8 miles telcphono and telegraph lino
Steamboats, engines, etc . , . .
Merchandise and stock.
Farming implements, etc
Notes nnd nccounta .
Shares of stock $ 57,000 5 15,000
Household furniture, etc ,,."$ R9.780 $ 23,570
Horses and mules . . 0,488 5,251
Valuo .$ 227,080 $ 131,350
Cattlo 48,418 44,443
Value .k $ 725,070 444,430
Sheep and goats 95,810 59,903
Valuo $ 287,430 $ 119,000
Swine 015 039
Valuo $ 1.885 $ 1,012
Dogs 85 4(T
Valuo $ 470 $ 180
Total "$0, 708,005 92,500,423
'Phono your orders to tho Cash
Grocery & Bakery for broad,
pio, cookies, fruits, etc. Deliv
ery ma lo promptly.
040 acre ranch for salo Bultnblo
for dairy or stock ranch. Abund
nnco of water for irrigation and
power- Inquire nt this office.
Cottrill & Clemens are prepar
ed to do custom work with tholr
portable Baw mill located H
miles west of Cold Springs on
Poison Creek. Lumber for salo.
Get youa permit and havo them
saw your lumber. Terms nro
flic CASK GROCERY & BAKERY
Located In I-rcncli Hotel
Best quality Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fresh
Fruits, Vegetables, Confectionery, Stationery,
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
FRESH BREAD, COOKIES, PIES
Telcphono ordei'H will receive prompt attention
Froo dolivorv to nnv nnrt of the citv.
J&.. "V. ZEBuk-aiHSTZH, "&XGF&tJJ
SALE OF HORSES
During the next 30 days I will sell about 1G head
of young atnliions, brood mnrcs, driving horses nnd
colts nnd fillies.
The most of them nro high bred trotters, two col to
by one of tho best draft stations in Eastern Orogon.
I nm going to sell and will mako tho price right on
I sell cheaper for tho samo class of stock than any
one else and havo never sold n horso that did not make
money for the buyer, somo havo doubled their money.
Come soon as I mean business and am going to sell
J. W. BIGGS.
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNQN, Jr., Proprietor.
Full Line of
BUILDING PAPER a
OEER & CUM1WN
Burns Meat Mmki
New Shop Opposite ilie first National ltd ..sJtf
The City Drug Store
REED BROS., Proprietors
Kuccemtor to II. At. Morton
Our line of Drugs, Patent Medicine and
Toilet Articles ere Complete.
WE USE ONLY THE BEST OP DRUGS
IN OUR PRESCRIPTION WORK AND
WE 'NEVER SU STITUTE.
pected in the valley in n fow days.
Thero will be three crops to
thresh. Mr. Tyler's, Mr. Black
iner's nnd Robt. Sottlemyro's.
Mrs. Parkins from Grant coun
ty is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Henry Ilarmer nnd making her
annual proof on her desert claim.
LOCAL OVCRI LOW.
In tlia Comity Court of til" Statu (,i
Ort'con far Ifciniuy County
In the iniUir. of tint HluWto( Tliom
Notlc l hereby uln-ii that Mnrllm A
Wiifli!lit,thKxitcittrlx of tho laxt WW
atu) TodniiHMit of Thorn. WtnglU l
Ucnc(l, linn rctiUiTfil an rlrtr'
for nottlcnmnt, nm! II led In xalil cxrf.
lier fltul account; nnJ that Motnluy tin
Sth ilny of November lUOtl ut Urn o'clock
Yours for Accuracy and Lowest Prices
Agents I0r (lie
SECURITY STOCK fUOU
Largest -culltctiuit IW Cards
and Albums in the City.
giobprinting-Tlio Times-Hernld , ' niTToZ
J. H. Jordan is spending a few boo,",uly "I'H'itoii iy tho MiUontt
(lavs in tho citv ( " iwmieiiiuiii oj mm nrvouw, m
DiclrConnett is over from his
NOTES FROM SUNSET,
TUB FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
The directors of tho First Na
tional Bank of Burns met in this
city last Saturday, all members
of the board being present. Mr.
A. J. Johnson, President of tho
Benton County National Bank of
Corvallis arrived Wednesday,
Mr. John D. Daly coming in from
Boise Friday evening and Mr. C.
A. Haines arriving from the Nar
rows on Saturday morning. Tho
affairs of this solid institu
tion were given a thorough ex
amination and tho business of
the bank was found in excellent
condition. At this meeting it
transpired that several blocks of
stock had changed hands sinco
tho last regular meeting, samo
having been purchased by local
(stockholders. All tho old stock
holders, however, remain heavily
interested in the bank with tho
exception of N. U. Carpenter
whow holdings havo been pur
chased by ono of tho local stock
holders. These changes placo
the control of tho institution in
Arthur McKce, Colin Dawson
and Frank Blackmer are plowing
Jim Reed is helping R. D.
Stahl get his hay out from the
G. G. Clark place on tho lake.
Mr. Ilenney has been helping
Bert Porter get his house fixed
up since ho moved it back next
to tho hill. Bert expects to seed
about fifty acres this fall.
All Sunsottera are telling each
other what fine potato crops they
have. Ike Swift was heard to
remark that ho would have po
tatoes for two this winter.
Our school has been closed a
few days this week whilp Miss
Hodder attended tho institute.
homo near Junturn. i
James Pirio was among our'
visitors last Monday.
Dick Noble was renowing no
quaintances here last Sunday.
which timo ami plaauatty iieron hilar
culod In, Rixld, cUli nmy appear ami
fllu xcejvtwi oi objection tlittrvla
Dlol this first nbllrnttoii Ostobvr 9,
Martha A, Wmirmti
BURNS HOTEL BAR
DIBBLE & STEPHENS, Proprietors.
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
Club Rooms in Connection
Courteous andObliKin Bar Tenders
EVERYTHING FIRST-GLASS DROP IN
Centrally Located and Connected with Hotel Burns
Jjgf!HtM I'1"' i
4 Yoor patron oge solicifcd. rl. .1 HANM ., fti
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NollcolbirbXKln ItolthotUalvcit (m
Grandma Buchanan. Mra J. .
T. Barnes' mother, is suffering'
irom (.rysipeins. ioiihnicaiiiiiiiuairoiuU'tuiioiiv-t.
KO 0G1&99I Ulkolvct. UtltUr LhM i,mrl.f(i. nillu
County Commissioner Smyth . i&&ffitiSI$?i?uw u,ua '"'
was over irom Ulnmonu tho first
of this week after grain and
NK.'i tif-i 8e 0,XtiH,.K.U) K W Jl.
Anjr nnd Ml ittuesia cUlnilim ailtorxlr tlm
Imiai deitfrlt1. tt ile.lrlnv it. nLiort m aii.
of Iho mlDtrtJ. larctcr u( ttia land, tir tut
aorothtr ffawa. to tbg ilUtwaal In annllcam.
iiboulil rllo Uialr nfflilatlla or froiatt In thli
Hngey & Richardson aro pns,2iBp.tLH?.Oi.'0W',,e",'',,,,'tt0M!",,rM
paring to move into their hand-1 . "' F". anicr
somo new stone store building
which is now being painted.
ririt lub)Uallon kpt. It. IKV.
i puuocaiiun utl. is ivw.
NOTICB OP FINAL SBnUiMCW.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dickensqn
visited their homestead this
Mr. Beck has gone to John
Day for fruit. Ho expects to
bring in a load for sale.
Wo aro proud of our prize win
ners at the Harney county fair.
Robert Settlemyre carried off
two prizes in tho livestock divi
sion and Mr. Conrad one, while
our most progressive farmers,
Mr. Hodder and E. C. Eggleston,
captured several prizes in the
vegetable line.. Wo believe that
none of the jjqw settlors, and
very few of tho older ones, can
show a better record.
M. J. Nash and Henry Black
are at homo for a few days with
their well drilling outfit to allow
Mr, Nash to harvest his potato
I. S. Tyler is certainly ono of
our farmers who is not discourag
ed. Ho is preparing to break up
quite a body of new land in ad
dition to that which ho already
has under cultivation, Ho has
also built a substantial barn and
other out buildings this summer,
Wo need more farmers llko Mr,
Tho wholesome, harmless green.
leaves and tender stems of alung- in tlm matter ol the i:tatu ol ivir An
nealing mountainous shrub, givoi itiout Decomcl.
to Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy its
curative properties. Tickling or
dry bronchial coughs qujckly and;
safely yield to this highly effec
tive Cough medicine, Dr. Shoop
assures mothers that they can
with safety give it to oven very
young babes, No opium, no
chloroform absolutely nothing
harsh or harmful. It calms tho
distressing cough, and heala tho
sensitive membranes. Accept no
other. Demand Dr. Shoop's.
Sold by Reed Bros.
Notlio la lion by shon that tho nmtur
alinu'duxtetitur ol tho L'stnlo of IVtw
Auiblnii, ilcci'iinxJ, Ima lllol liU titutl
acconnt In Haiti ctstuto anil tliuIlnn.JVl
Hector, Jmltto ol tho County C'oirl for
Hanify County, Ore-Kin, ban a.tv Mon
day, tho -till day ol October,, 1909, nt
tho hour 10 o'clock u m, attbi olllcv
In IJurnn, Hnrnuy County, .On-tjon im
tho timo and placo lor himcviKobJuctlQnii
lomlil account. Any Hlml) puront
obi)ctlni; to Bald m-count nro.hiirohv no
tlflod to appear at mill timo und i',mhi
Dated at Hnrn, OreKon, Hcpt. 3, 1000.
I2uw, a. Oatlow,
Executor of tho Eatnte nt l'olor Andrluu
E. B. REED &. SON
Complete line of
Fancy 4k Staple Groceries
Finest line of Confectionery in tho
interior School supplies, notions,
tobacco, cigars Orders taken for
FineTailor Made Clothing
at prices ranging from $13.50 to
45 A satisfactory fit guaranteed
RGA1KMUER Wo give a Hvo per cent tntdo discount for
cash on all goods.
Come in and inspect my stock
COMPLETE LINE OF BEST GROCERIES
to be had in the Market
mjfS TnTjLJ c3b.jZ-i!XLi
The Most Popular House in Interior
NliATLYlFl)RNISII2DALL OUTSID, Rdi
Headquarters for Traveling Men and'
Agciar Kacinc Manager, L. Kaclnc, lJrut .M
Mu prices arc as low as good foods
can be sold for in this market...
The LARGER the order
the LESS it COSTS.
a "u :JJtunmmj:Jtmn:nnizmmtnt!t:m:it:ntnu:ri:t:i t::smt
RAMS FOR SALE
DELAINE, MERINO, IRAMBOUL.LETS
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,
' Tho Stag h ono of tho latcat nnd best ndcUtlona to tho famous
Deure Line of Riding Plows. Is light in weight, simple
and durablo in construction full of genuine merit, nnd lma
ahown ils mettle nnd utility in every test it has been put to.
It hna nmply demonstrated by its cood work its right to bo
classed as a strictly up-to-dnto, high-class farm tool. It in
certain to suit tho most critical farmer nnd bo o money
maker and a. labor-snvor for him,
"M It's a Deere-It's Right"
and doos its work perfect caso to tho operator nnd team.
It is .manufactured and sold na n tonguoless plow a tongue
aot being necocsary to best results, but ono is tuipplled at
slight cost to thoso who percr it that way. Tho StafJ Is Uie
simplest riding plow built, anyone who can hook up n team
nnd drivo 'em straight can opornte it successfully. It pos
sesses -many superior features not found on other plows,
nnd it takes n whole book to illustrate and dlscrlbo them.
Better writa for it today nnd nil tho information you. want
about this superior implement.
C. H. VOEGTLY
BURNS LiVPRY AND FEED MA!
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Special iiKeiition Given
to Conducting Funerals
NEW m ACCURATE HAY SCALE
El CeXhECTION WITH BARN.
MORTON & SAYER, Fropl
Rough and Dressed uf
Rustic, Flooring, iftoulc
Finishing Lumt erf
Nearetft Sawmill to Burns, i ooij!
Lumber Yard in Bun, -.
At The Welcome Piiari
You can always find
SOMLltllNG NEW AT OUR bi iU
-CALL IN -
If you don't hoo what. you want , . W
If wo havon'tf it in stock wu'll gvt i
Mail Orders Solicited
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns,