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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1911)
FAIR WEEK SPECIAL SALES
We arc going to have SPECIAL SALES all during
FAIR WEEK. Watch our space in The Times
Herald Dai I g each evening lor the announcement
of the following dag. You will be interested
Handkerchiefs, Soxs, Mufflers, Belts Jewelery
Reduced for Tomorrow Only
Everything to Wear for People Who Care.
SCHENK & WILLIAMS
Merchant Tailors and Outfitters
Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg
AT THE FAIP.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
As there was no place largo
enough to nccommodnto the crowd
yesterday that all .miglit attend
jthe Development League meet
ing the ovcrilow wont to the fair
.grounds and had a very interest
ing time. There were two horso
races and Messrs Jones and
Whitney did some expert riding,
bull-dogging a steer rode a wild
bull and other such stunts.
This afternoon they have three i
running races including the In
dian pony race, a harness race i
for two-year-olds and three cow
Now that the Development
boosters are through The Times-1
Herald will devote more space to .
me iair anu win enueavor 10 give
the program complete for the
1 1 following day each evening be
sides all the doings of the day on
which it is published up to press
Highest Grade Chocolates & Confections
SAUR KRAUT CANDY A SPECIALTY
Cigars, Pipes, Art Post Cards, Novelies, Etc.
ICIi CREAM, ICE CREAM CONES, ORANGEADE, LEMONADE, SODA TOP
Corner south Lunaburg, Dalton & Co.
Also at the Stand
Under Grand Stand at Fair Grounds
MONDAY, OCTOBEK 2, 1911.
I TOMORROW AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
All aboard for the fair grounds.
An All Day Progrom Remember to
Keep Your Coupons for Afternoon
A keen, observing Portlander
says a weakness of this program ' prjca
is tne iacK 01 giving tne iarmer
an opportunity to express himself.
Tomorrow is grange day at the
fair and an all day program has
been arranged for one admission
Those attending the fore-' OREGON
noon program snouiu noiu tneir
coupons which will admit .them
to the grounds without further
charge in the afternoon if you
OUR GREAT HOME INSTITUTION
01 nil old line Companies or
landed, 109 In all. flnce IM.i
LIFE lias and will
HOLD THE LEAD j
G. C. UOOLGSTON
THE CITY DRUG STORE
Fancy Candies, Meerschaum and
French Brier Pipes, Cigars and Gen
eral Line of Smokers Articles.
REED BROS, Proprietors
Hon. -A. A. Callan delivered an don't produce your coupon you'll
.appropriate address bearing many 'have to pay a second time,
timely and important suggestions. I The Grangers are going to have
We are with him, in Oregon pro-' a parade at 9:30 in the morning
ducing its own hogs, chickens, on Alain street ana on to the lair
and eggs and while it is so easy grounds.
to raise them why not raise a few
extra fdf export as well.
DO YOU WANT TO HELP.
The fair management does not
like to ask any unreasonable fav
ors of business men of Burns.
They have asked none and the
secretary is too busy to go to
them with a paper to have them
sign an agreement to close so
the band may be secured each
afternoon. That is the only way,
the band can be secured for the
Geo. Bryning is master of cer
emonies. W. R. Gekelerand C. D. Huff
man will speak at the grounds
sometime during the day.
The forenoon sports arranged
Climbing greased pole... $3.00
100 yard foot race 3.00
Sack race 3.00 1
Tug of war, married men !
ys single men 3.50 '
Saddle horse race freefor all 10.00!
Wild mule race by the cow boys I
with three entries.
The chicken dinner at the
j Go To The White
I Front Livery Stable
j NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
:!SS:HuSS:i 'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
First door south ol French Hotel
BLUE KUtllON UBEtt.
KRY Wi-ST CK1ARS
Bl-ST TKADU SOLICITl-l)
J. W. CRAWFORD.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
3ob printing- ?Htc 3tiuc$-'3-tci.'nI&
with. There will be
dinner served, however, to all
who desire to remain on the
There will be harness and run-
hiisinpss ViniiKP in olnsp. Am
any of you interested in what the ?ran restaurant will have to be
Vnir Assnpiatinn is flninf fnr this uispcnseu
town and county, or would you
rather let the association just do
the best it can and you sit by,
tnl-f in what mnnnv thf fni
visitors bring you and criticise? ning races in the afternoon simi-,
If you want, the band concerts Iar to that, on tho P"nted Pr0:l
m, a :, :ii i u:m gram at least three races anal
Vine nssutuiuuii hiii iu tut- mii; " , ,
and help out some one please get more Performances by the cow
tjUS f boys, roping, the roman race,
Tomorrow promises to be the
Some people always take the bjff day of the fair.
outsiders word for everything.
It was circulated yesterday was i
childrens day at the fair-but the i Judge Geo. E. Davis came in
management didn't know it. The from Vale late last night to be in
little ones-most of them tame ' attendance upon circuit court,
without money. -The gate keep- j rrr
ers let them in.
W. R. Gekler, state organizer
of the Grange, and Mr. C. D. j
Huffman arrived yesterday even-1
ing from Union county to be in ,
attendance for Grange day at the
The hall was most tastefully
decorated for the evening meet
ing of the league and the general
decorations and banners on the Best custom
street were fine. modated.
DURING THE WEEK
Ifyov have leisure call and
take a good look at
BROWN'S SATISFACTORY STORE
You will he pleased
-and so will we
The Brick Corner
JOH UNDER, Prop.
Corner South of the Post Office
FINEST LIQUORS ANO
THE BUST OP CIQARS.
invited and accom-