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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1910)
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JULIAN 111 It II Mnl
JULY RACE MEET.
The cntiio program for tho big
celebration planned for July 4th
has not been completed, but pos
ters will be out tho first of tho
coming week with full announce
ment It has been determined
to have some horso racing and
ball games and to begin the pro
gram on Saturday, July 2. It is
not known at this time what ball
teams will compete for the purse
of $150 but it is hoped to have a
lively match between Burns and
some outside team. Tho first
game will bo Sunday afternoon
and another Monday, July -1.
Hon. Frank Davoy h:u been
selected as orator of iJi a day and
Prof. M. A. Biggs to ivntl tho
Declaration of Ind pendenco.
All tho committees have not
been selected. J. J. Donegan
nnd Harry C. Smith have been
appointed to look after the parade
and they arc to select a third
member. Other committees yet
to be appointed arc: Committee
on literary program, one on music
and one on sports and amuse
ments other than the races and
ball games which will be taken
care of by the Fair association.
The racing program m been
arranged as follows, subject to
change should it be found neccs
siry to accommodate the h arses
Three-eighths milo dash for
Harney county saddle horses that
have never won public money,
vaquero riders with stock sad
dles, entrance 5 per cent of
One-fourth mile dash, free for
One-half mile dash, free for all,
On account of the baseball
game there will be but two races
on this day.
Three-eighths mile dash, free
for all, purse $125.
One-half mila dash, free for
all, purse $150.
Three-eighths nr'le dash for
saddle horje3 under sarin condi
tion as first one, the horse who
won first on Saturday barred,
Four and one-half furlongs,
free for all, purse $159.
Three-fourths mile da3h, free
for all, purse, $175.
s Consolation race distance and
purse to be announced by judges.
The usual conditions and rules
will govern these races, the en
trance being 1Q per can, except
when otherwise provided, 5 horses
to enter and 3 to start.
Tho speed events will 13 under
the management of the Harney
County Fair Association.
COMING OF THE AUTO.
Several of cur local people are
becoming interested in automo
biles and already a few have
been purchased with inorc to
follow. They arc becoming
quite numerous in this section
and with the advent of a repair
shop and experienced mechanics
no doubt a largo numbes of ma
chines will be purchased.
The automobile is quite popular
A SWELL DRESSER
Can Examine the very latest
Spring and Summer Lines
All New in the very
Fanciest Scotch Samples
Shirts and all other articles
for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Only Place
THE MERCHANT TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS
Odd Fellows' Building
and has become n necessity on
the long distanco runs over this
isolated section. Tho machines
now in uso havo demonstrated
their practicability nnd thoy nro
no longer looked upon as a luxury.
Ono machine mado tho entire
1500 milo trip with tho Hill party
on its tour of Central Oregon and
arrived in Portland in good con
dition. There nro now three machines
making trips from this plnco to
tho end of tho Sumpter Valley
railroad and they havo reduced
the timo between here and I'ort
lund 24 hours. This is quito nn
item and appeals to people who
havo to travel. Ono can now
lenvo Burns nt G o'clock in tho
morning p.nd reach Portland tho
following morning at 8 o'clock.
Tho Robbins store building on
'the corner opposite Tho Times
J Herald office has recently been
sold and it is understood tho par
ties who purchased it are going
to remodel it into a garage and
possibly thoy will also handle
automobiles for sale. This will
stimulate tho auto trade in this
section and by next season there
will be a largo number of ma
chines in use.
BURNS THE VICTORS.
The ball game last Sunday after
noon at the fair grounds result
ed in a victory for Burns, the
score being 15 to 1 in favor of
tho local team.
Tho Narrows had somo good
players but they lacked practice
together. It was a nice clean
came and it was honed the score
'would bo closer as tho Burns
( team would like to have a couple
of games during the 4th of July
Chas. Reed and Walter Sullivn
were pitcher and catcher for
Narrows. Will Gould and M. A.
Bices hold tho position for
Isaac Schwartz was tho um
Ipire. LOCAL OVERFLOW.
Cremo tho children cry for it.
The Summit shirt at Schcnk
Clothing for youths and child-
ivii iu u-uv;i 1 1 uiua.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Rhvnevan. Thursday May 2G, a
Gentlemen, we havo all our
spring and summer stock in.
Yours truly, Schenk Bros.
Geo. Howe and wife were oy,er
from the Calamity Creek section
the first of this week.
If you want to see the latest
styles in hair goods, Turbans,
Switches and Rats, step into the
Busy Corner Store and ask the
L. Woldenberg of tho Bluo
ML Rapid Transit Lino has his
new auto now on the route be
tween here and Dixie for the
accommodation of travel.
John Hipsman has disposed of
his farm near the flour mill to
Grant Sturtevant. This is one
of the best grain producing
farms is this sections. Mr.
Sturtevant also got some horses
and cattle with the place and
I have re-opened tho Red
Front Barn and will run as a feed
stable only. I am going to take
tho best of care of horses and
make my charges as reasonable
as possible. My men will have
nothing to do but care for your
teams and I am going to seo that
it is done. I will appreciate a
share of your patronage and will
strive to please.
M. L. Lewis.
DIG LAND MEN HERB
(Continued from pagoono.)
pared to head colonization into
llnrnoy valley in advanco of tho
railroad and our peoplo aro as
sured of nn influx of Bottlomont
oven boforo railroad construc
tion. Mr. Moshor said that tho
Harney Vnlloy offered great
opportunities for diversified
farming and that it would havo
an ndvantago over other pioneer
countries in that tho Oregon &
Western Colonization Co. would
put real fanners in hero right
from tho start nnd tho country
would not bo retarded by tho
settlement of tho shiftless class
goncral to tho frontier who had
to bo gotton rid of boforo intel
ligent fnrming begun. It has
many advantages in othor re
spects and tho settlers now com
ing will not havo to suffer hard
ships and privation generally
incident to tho developed of
Tho gentlcmnn remarked tho
uniform richness and iWf.th of
tho soil nil over the vnlloy nnd
said aside from an occasional
alkali spot and somo portions
mora or less sand, tho vnlloy
lands nro much tho same.
"Your homo people aro accus
tomed to this and while- they may
realize it, they don't appreciate
tho big opportunities," said Mr.
Moshor. "This valley contains
farm homes for a quarter million
peoplo and you will see that num
ber prospering within a reasona
When asked regarding prices,
ho said that tho company would
ask a fair prico for the land, but
thnt it was tho intention to make
such terms that people who are
energetic and will make tho best
of their opportunities can pay
without in any wiso cramping
them. Tho company is mado up
of substantial men with sufficient
capital to take care of their cus
tomers and it is not tho intention
to make unreasonable demands.
Both Mr. Burchard and Mr. Dav
idson have had wide experience
in colonizing and nre perfectly
capable of handling this big grant
in a manner that will bring good
Mr. Mosher spoko of tho good
vwork of commercial clubs and
urges that the, local organization
bo kept a live boby and that the
business men should realize the
importance of "pushing." Wo
have a great body of farming
land in this community capable
of supporting largo numbers of
farmers and each fanner is good
for $1000 in trade every year,
therefore wo should get tho far
mers. He said the matter of ir
rigation would come in duo timo.
Ho would not commit his compa
ny to such a policy but said that
with tho excellent possibilities
nature had provided tho irriga
tion of Harney valloy was not
such a difficult problem and that
capital could be secured for such
a project when conditions would
Tho particular work of tho
party at this time is to mako a
second and more thorough inspec
tion of the lands and secure ma
terial and views for advertising
purposes. Tho company is going
to advertise this section very ex
tensively and much good will re
sult from it. Mr. Mosher snid
ho hoped our peoplo would get
busy and have somo products
ready for him this fall as they
havo secured largo booths in
various land shows throughout
the cast and middle west and
would bo pleased to have displays
from this section. He was in
formed that Mr. Hill had first con
sideration in this lino, but it was
possible to supply both.
Tho party left yesterday for
tho west and after arriving at
the western end of tho grant Mr.
Davidson will proceed to St Paul
and consult with his associates
when somo important and definito
announcements will bo mado re
garding tho plans of tho company.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITXD 8TATKI (.AMU OWCI,
llucua, urrgon, April HO, l10.
Notlca U liorobgr flroa that tho HlatoolOru-
kuii liaa fllcl In thli offlcu lit application
Irierlal No. OMI8JI0 lalact, under the I'rovlalotu
ol Die Act ol Conqrtia, approrod Auguat II,
1HIH and acta iipulemental and amendalory
Ixjt 2, Sc. V,T, 27 8 , II. 88 K, IV, M.
Anyand al peraona clalmliicadyurtelr the
lancU dticrltcd, or dulrlnif lo nbjct became
ol tho mineral cbaracler cl Ihe land, or Inr any
oilier reiinn, to the dltpoial to applicant,
hould file their aflldavlle of iiroteat lu Ihla of.
flee, on or before the expiration, of the period
I'iral publication, May II, 1910.
Mat publication, June 1, 1910,
NOTI015 FOR PUBLICATION,
Umtcti BTATta Land Orncc I
Uurni, Oregon, May 6, 1910.
Notice la hereby glren that the Slate of Ore.
gon hat Died In llilaoffleelli appllcatlou(Herlal
Ne. uinfil) to (elect, under the prorlaloua of the
Act of Cougreia, approved August 14, IMS, ami
acta amendatory thereto, tho
B)( BWK Beo, a, T, 21 ., II, t) K., W. It ,
Anv and all naraona clalinlnc adveraetir the
lands detcrlbed, or ilealrlng to object becanae
ol the mineral character of the laud, or fur
any other reaton, to thedlipoeal toapplloanl,
hould file tbelr amdaylla of, proteal In Ihla
onice, on or before the eiplratlon of the period
ylnt publleatlen, May 14, 1910
tail publication, June 11, 1910,
Good morningl Did you havo
Crcino for breakfast?
Tho Home Hotel is tho comfor
table plnco to board.
If you want to mako n trade,
sell your relinquishment or other
property tho Inland Ktnplro Real
ty Co. will bo of great assislanco
to you. Thoy havo sold others
and can sell yours.
PUBLIC LAND SCRIP, fully
guaranteed. 'Can bo used on any
land open to homestead cnlry.
No residenco required,
L. W. lIumiHM.,
Notico is hereby given that tho
copartnership heretofore existing
botween C. A. Bedell and Henry
Richardson has been dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Rich
ardson retires from tho business
nnd Mr. Bedell pays all tho bills
and collects all outstanding ac
counts. C. A. BUDKLIi
r 1'aflrlt IVwil Kif luilrtl
lor ibunii womrn
,-uiraiua loctf4 amrwi ilia Mautilul
lulu nur Ual'anJ. Lalirorni.
MMMttn don a Sn lunciKn anJ lli
mm "( UmvtriitiM of (lit Wot.
1'ull collf''l rautM IriJinl
la itrfrrt, Entranct atiJ JfaiualioH rrquirrnxnti
aiivalrnt la iIiom ol Stanford i4 Umvtr.ily
o? CtMornia. Trainmj fin tuJrnti (or KatUuf
rrtfular line ol acaJunic wail, nJ otTcra pcul
Jvntiff (or muiif, ill, library HuJy anJ
bora economic. Well quippcJ lloratoric for
cwnct. Special attention la lirdlli of tuJrnlt.
MoJffn fymna.iiiru lliornutiJy !pril. Out.
aoor lift ami munrnnt In t W iJral CaUornia cli
mall. Aluntnea in vf ry city on ilia Pacific Coait
Ton CATAioaug Afcoaaaa
rtlHIOCNT LUIILA CLAY CARIOM LL. D.
MILL COLLKOK I'. O . CALirORNIA
llurna Mat So. M, ff rial No. OI7M.
NOTICK roil I'UllLICA'l'ION
lllirti. Oregon, la) '.il, ItIO I
Notice la hcrrt.jr bImmi that the Xor'lKrn
I'arlno Hallway t.onn.niiy, whom )t ofllf
Aililrraa la HI I'uul, &lliniola, liaa lull Will
lay ol Mar 1110 tllvit In Ihla oiIKii III an
I'llcattou tnaalrcl ittnler ilia i.rovlal.'IK nl tlii
irlnruolliltn.aM.ri)t.il Julr I. lMrAlaOMai
HKW ol BE); Fro. ML M!ij N !, a nil Nil), ol
Bl'.jiVrc WBlnt kLw. SI ami HI, of 8WJ,
Baosilii Towtiahl.i M Koulli, llaujto .H: IM a
an.) HW I , ol N K' mw. 4. M ' . ill NKJi uml W j
ol bKtj tine w uml Mi ol SK,' K !ltl In Town
ahlfi SI rMilh, ItRiim l all IJilt o( tli WU-
laiueiip ruuci)Mi jivfi'iinn.
JLlivaml all tttraolt 1 lalmlllK ailV0ralr the
Umliilctrillx-il, orletihi to nl.Jwt lcati
ol the mineral cluracur ol tho lah.t, or fur
aur ulhrr rraon. In llio illiol tn applicant,
Ituiuld file thrlr ull.Unlla ( rolru In thla
otilre, on or ooloro tliu lhi1)ro( July, ln.
Wn Fakm. Itrglaler.
Coulrat No. 131
llurtia, Mrexoil, Arll , 1910,
A aunirloii! t-nnlral hiuiUtU liAlnir ln
Mod lathla orlire or Allrl (ilhuuiii.tuiiira
lant, aialtut llunita'rail Knlrj, No. XII, matte
June I). IIam, Serial No virA. fur NK.l Vectlou
U.TonnihhiaiHoulh. lUngr id Kl. Wlllain
tie, hr C'aWlu lluahjr. lnt-ln). In whliti
It la ullrucit that aahl I'aIhIii lltiabhir hai
whollr ahainlouul uhl IMK1 fur more than all
nionlha latl iaal, haa iievnr toltlil, nr trahlait
011, or cultivated Mine. ld .imi arehiralir
tiullnnl toai-peAr. ieH)lul, ami uffar vtrlilciiro
louchlnu aald llk'sntlnli at la ii'lloclc a., in
on Juno lb, I9lu, Ul.iro Jliu ttettlater and
Iteeeivcr ai ine Llilini main mdii uinie
In llurtia, lirtEon.
The Mid ronlcatAiit havlnir. In l.ror alllila
Vll, tiled April , 1910, act I011I1 lita which
how that alter duo ililluviire tertoiial aurvli'a
of Ihla nollrv taunut Ik made. It la horohr or.
uercil ami illrerleil ltiatauet not lie 1.0 (Hon
hy due aud .roKr publication,
W11, Fahkic, llelater.
NOTICK KOIt rmiMCATlON
UNITED HTATK" I iNIKimrK,
Hum., "f jtou, A i r 1 1 37, lsio
Kutlre la liFtcbr clrc i ihi 1, Juhuaon
ol Van, llrrcoli, who, m Aucnai II, tans iii.ilo i
h)iNW!j, vVHKW'iceetliinSi, 'IowdiIiIii 19m.
hnme.irad r.attr no. iwi. xniiai ,-u. unis, inr
KannoOl Kaal, Wlllnluirl lo Meridian, liaa lllwl
liotlrool lulentlon In innkg final Klre-Yrar
riout lu (lalillli claim (n the Itml hIkiiii
ttesrtlbod, Iwlora Ilia lli-nlnnr uml Ucocltcr
at Itumi, Orriciiii, un IlinJIli ilajrol Jiiho, 1910.
rlalmanl naiiitt an wlmra.iai
Mra. Kmina. alnllvr, n N Ullllain., Uilli nl
Vbo, Oiffon Marilia J, Howard, H lUmll-
ion, iioui oi nreHai)), iiriifon
WH. Kin in. Ilrglilur.
NOTICE FOR I'll lil.l OPTION
UN1TKII8TATHH l,.Nl OKI'IIIK, I
llurna, Orrxuti, April tl, 191(1. 1
Notice la hereby dvnti that Martha l.llnnanl
of Hrruaer, OrrKou, who, oil Maicli 'A IHV7,
wane rininrsii'itu i;iury,ro al,M.rini .Mi.ir;iui.
forHUSKW, NWJ4 NKU,-i.llon I7 iWU BKJi,
Puctlou . lnwraliliiiniM . Ilanirti M) li . Wlllaiu.
file Meridian, liaa filed notice of Intention to
ui a Ko rinaicoiniuiiiaiiuii prrwir, li vatabiuu
claim In llio laud above (Iracrlbvd, before lac
Iteglitei aud llvcelrer, nt lluriii, Oregon, nu
Ihe Till day ol June lulu
(Jloii lauiuainctaa wlini-faoii
A I Johnson, M'e Kniiiin Mii'lcr. Ixilli of
Van Oregon B W. llainlllou, llunier 1'rcan
ley Imlhof Hretvsey, Oregon
Wu, Fa KB it, llcglsler.
CONTKHT NO. 151.
UMTKIBTAta f.AMIi OrritK,
llurns. Oregon, May ll, 1910
A aurnrlanlcoiiliatallldavilliavlngWeii filed
ii Ihla nniro by I'lcrro (Irlmnud rnntcatnnl,
agalnat lloinolead I'.nlry, No nn7IA, made
OctulHiri. IWJ, for WUNW'i, HBMNWJi and
Hi, NK!j Hectlou 1.1, Towiithlp VA Boutli,
llangu UU Kaat, Wlllamello Meridian, l.r
Clr. ina Irniilwlre, I ouleli'i. In which
It la alleged that auld ClaruiiiOTroulwllo haa
wholly aboudoncd ald luud lor more than
six uioiitha last mtt. haa nuveraelllcd or rrald
ed on or cultivated smne.aald partloa nro horihy
noiincd lo appenr, rrpoud, ami oltor ovldenco
touching aald allegation at 10 o'clock a in on
Juuu , 1910, buloru I ho Itciilsler and Itccelv
er atthaUiilicd HtnUa laud (Mike lu llurna,
The said contestant buying III roper nlllda
vll, filed May 12, 1310, ret forth facta which
allow thai alter due dllllguuco pt'iaunal service
of this notice cannot ho tiini'o, It Is hereby or
derud and directed that nidi nollco bogtvlii
hy due and proper publlcatlnn.
Wm. I'akuk, Hcglstor,
NOTIOIfi KOIt I'UIIMOATION.
(Ixil led True! )
UNiTr.n HrTi I.anii Otnir I
llurna, Oregon, MuyiH, 1010
Nollco Is hereby given thut, asdlrctled by
IheComuilisluuer of lliullencral I.nml Olllie,
under the provisions of IhuAtlof Uongreis
approved June 27, 1'iUI l'.l htals , JJ17, J wu will
oner at public sale lo Ihe lilgheat lildiler, at
10 o'clock a. in., nu the 27lli ility ol Juno, 11110,
atthlsofllce, tho followlug described luml
NUNWll Bee, SI, T tt'P M Houtli, Itangu ill
aal, W. M. (under nppllcallou 0M9).
Any l'dti'in claiming adtrrsely Ilic tiboyc.
described latnla nro udvlaed In lllo thvlr
claims or objections on or bcloru Ihe linn
deslKunleil for sale.
Wu. Kaiiuic, llcglsler
I'iuhk Iuvkv, Hci elver.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Ukitisd BrATM I.ANn Orricit
llurna, Oregon, April .0, llllO.
Notice Is hereby given tba. rlKrn (' Hollo.
way, ol Iieiilo, Oregon, wlm. on Juno i.lli, luml,
mado ileiert-lanil utrjr No. TIW.Heijal No. Wl.
forNWU.NWliHeo III, NKkNHH. rlectlouia,
Tpnilifp40 H.illange U Ii wllluiiiflto Merl-
1.., !. rtlA.I a,..,, .. Itf ll.ljl ill, ,11 111 HlMllU llllail
proof to esiubllsh claim lu Iholuiiil above do
iprlhtd, before M. J (I't'ouiior, U. H, C'oiuiuii.
slouer, at bis oltlco ut llviilo, Oregon, on the
Ctliday of June, 1910,
i;iaiuaiiv iiaines as nutiepnea,
Krucat llolloway, Coliiinhus (Iroyr, llarrrkou
(Jrovoi Kred llolloway, allot DenloOreguu,
Closing Out Sale of
Having decided to close
wo navo mo loiiowingioouer lor saio witnout reservation,
loll Rcrtlfllered Merino owes with Iambs, of tho A and R classes.
lrioO Select full blood Rambouilletowes with lambs, strictly truo
to typo nnd of beautiful covering.
lfiOO .Full blood Rnmbouillet ewes with lambs, strictly first class
ami good onougu lor any sum hock.
lfiOO Select full blood Dolnino ewes with Inmbs, heavy shearers,
heavy bdno nnd very large ni7.c.
lfiOO Full blood Dolnino owes
into any atuu hock.
1200 Full blood Spanish Merino owes, with lambs. These are
Btrong typo of the H class, very hoavy shearers and denso
covering. These aro oxcoptionally largo for their type.
THKHH 1'lVi: I'l.OCKH MV, MA. YOUNC HIIKICI'.
C000 Ono nnd two year old ewes, not bred, of tho above classes.
11700 High class Merino ewes, with lambs.
270() Ono and two year old high class Merino ewes, not bred.
2700 Yearling rango rams, and
100 Registered rams of the above elusses.
All owes with lambs have- been bred to registered rams in
their respective classes. Tho malo increase will bo raised
as ram lambs, except thoso from tho U700 head of high
class Merino owes.
For prico nnd particulars, address
T1I2 BALDWIN SHEEP & LAND Co.
Hay Creek, Crook Countn, Oregon
Young's Meat Market & Grocery
We sell everything that
everybody wants to eat
Groceries, Meats, Shoes
Rubber Goods, Ice
Meats from 5c. to 12 l-2c.
Best Loin Steak
Roasts ",.,.,,,iir'if4v - ',W..
Sausage '. . . .
After Alny 15 we will give
away ''HfiSHi one
ONE $25.00 STANDARD TALKING MACHINE
for Cash purchases amount
ing to $75.00. Save your
coupons when they total
$75.00 bring them in and
get your machine.
REED BUILDING OPPOSITE, POST OFFICE
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable .
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
l hone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
SIDNEY WILKES, 2:41
Siro Marvin Wilkua 2:12J who trotted 3 Iieata in ono nftornoon
in bettor than 2:09 nnd Hold nnd tihipned to Australia and is now
tho clmmpion trotter nnd show horso of Australia. Marvin Wilk e
was the greatest race colt of his day m California.
Dam, Kitty B. 2:2-li a stako winner nnd unbeaten as a two nnd
three year old. She by Sidnoy.2:19J, tfrandsiro of Lou Dillon 1:G8J
Sidney Wilkes was very fast as a two year old nnd trotted J
milo barefooted at a 2:40 trait. Last year with GO days work ho
meed hotter than 2:40 and is tho fastest troting stallion in Harney
County and will tako a low record this year.
Ho is a dark brown 152 hands high wcisht 1200 lbs nnd n
model harness horso.
Will make Benson 1D10 at Fair Grounds, Burns, Oregon. For
Claude McGee, Burns, Oregon
E. B. REED & SON
Compleie line of
Fancy & Staple Groceries
ICE CREAM SEASON
Wo wish to announce to the public that wo will
soon have nn Ice Cream Mniuifacttirlii"; Plant in
operation anil prepared to furnish It In any quant
ity on short notice to families or entertainments.
. WE STILL TAKE ORDERS FOR
TAILOR MADE CLOTHING
Jba r J
WtrM1,'WM-' HM fi-tt-tw
WRITE FOR .SPECIAL CATALOG AND PKICLS
TH E A.H.AVERI LL MACHINERY CO:
SPOKANE, WA5H.-PORTLAND. ORE.- 5AM JOSE CAL
Pull Blood Merino Flocks
out our entire holding of fino sheep
with lambs, good enough to go
Cc. to 7c.
aangarrr "n maBMrasz&s&itMmMmm
- .... BB
This weather will make uou feci
like malting garden. We have the
BEST STOCK OF PLOWS
on hand and the Bent and most
COMPLETE STOCK OF SEEDS
SEEDS IN BULK AT ONE-HALF PRICE
of package seeds. Full slock of
XXOHS0 and HAKIKS
Begin to gel readg for gardening
QEER & CUMMINS
Burns Meat Market
New Shop Opposite Ihe First National Hank Main St.
Your patronage nolicited. H.J HANSEN, Propt j
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BURNS UVERY AND FEED STABLE.
CORTES E. ELLIOTT, Propt, ,
Special attention given
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Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITIi BARN.
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The Standard Bred Stallion
Trial 2 :20
Will stand season of 1910
ELLIOTT BARN, Burns, Ore
I'KOUKKSS, No. 41459, ia a tnnRopiny bay stniiillni: liVliamls liicli. Hirt43
VX V'"0' Um' "lnHlbySIr AlbortSa:03; Sir John .S L'-.0Jl4 ; Clipper 2 068
Ulabolitn2:8)f. Oothcra in loaa than 1': 1(1, nnd 11 otlier bottur ilinii 2 25. 1)b1
llBDioinbtir Mo, by VnlJtiln, 12WI7. 3
llerlhn. rilllilllKltlicr nf Vravrpta. ia lln mnilu.r nt ID i.llatl In ll.n tl( TIjI
I.lmlt, her loth colt vni aoll ni ii Kri'on
mini nu inmin ii riHorci oi j:m
nerms: $15,20, 25
CEO. D. HACEY, Burns, Ore.
Twelfth Night, No. 41906
TRIAL RECORD 2:11 1-4
Slrool Night of Slrnthmoro 3:11 3-4 j Mark Nijjlit a:104
8ireilbyOnWHrtl2:2Sj, Biro of Onwanl Silver 2.051, l'ourl Onward
2:004, lloniottn 2:00 3-4, Gar.otta 3:07). 1'ilutus S.OT'j, Colburt
2i07B.MI8 0pliolln2:004', Mnjor Mason 2:09, Col. Thornton
SiOOJn', Cnrnclla Hollo 3 ill) ami li)I otliora with n-cordu Iwlow 2,30
Dam; Miss Hota 3:03 3-4, Dam of Lttrllo Alien 2:151, 1'ht'bc Thorn
2i28, Mlu Aurella 2:24m, Allco V. l.owU 2:21 3-4 in-l Alu-u S. hlej
with o tuo-jour-old recorp of 2:2.) 3-4.
Onnnril la by (loo. Wilkea. MIbn Jtula ny J. J Andabon, elro of
Audalion Hoy 1 :6ll. J. J. Amlalwin U by Alcyono. ho bv !Gco.
I hiivn enough jnuroa bookod to warrant the Keopint; of Twelfth
Nlht ut homo nnd will rtand him at llnrriuiuii, Oregon for tliu season
of 1010. Foo 30 with return privileges If nrnro prmea not in foal,
inaroii pastured and fared for froo of rharco. Tor pirlirnlaro w rlto
H. DENMANr Harrinian, Oregon
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5 111b want to thank you for your past patronage. We
5 believe you will find it to your intercut to trade with
m in the mturc. Our stock is complete and our
DltUGS are tho btat. We will not handle any other
kind and our prices are right.
We have the best line of
Cigars, Candies, Post Cards and Stationery
In the city. Agents for
lit) Clinnti'c immiiv ucninuec j rivimiT n-.. -
im. juuui o rniiii,! iriiHJiwnca
We Solicit yeur
The City Drug Store
REED BROS., Proprietors
Beef in nnjl
to trait scicnt
to iransoicnt custom aiul
by the day,
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riBST CLASS LIVERY TURNOUTS.
Ifay and- grain always
Your tmtroiuigM polichcd.
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