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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1911)
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"FAIR WEEK EXTRA. NO. 4.
BURNS, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 5, 1911
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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AROUND THE PAVILION
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DANDY INDIVIDUAL DISPLAYS
The Drewsey exhibit (at the
right of the entrance door at the
pavillion) is n dandy. They raise
ovorything over thoro to tickle
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best results from the horses, .cat-
tie, hogs, hens and hominy.
Their ginnt squashes nnd pump
kins are of finest variety and un
der skillful handling are capable
of making many of the old fash
ioned pies such as mother used to
They have every kind of vegc-,
blc imaginable, such as onions,
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Another View in Chas. Wilson's Grain Field Near Burns.
Tho fruits are of tho first order,
with many kinds of choice var
itics. The watermelons, musk
melons, pears, plums, etc, aro
capable of making one's mouth
water, but if these should not sat
isfy you they could hand you a
lemon (garden lemon) raised on
their own grounds. If thoro was
to bo a high board fence placed
around tho Drewsey country thov
would not starve by any means.
Sunset exhibit, while not so
largo as tho one from Drewsey,
is of par excellence in quality.
This is a nowly settled section
but they raiso many varities of
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Travclina Men ami
X. B. CULP, Proprietor
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Some attempt has '
beenmadein the fruit line and!
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hibitcd speak for the success of
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good quality and abundant yield.
The grass exhibit of James H.
Anderson is a marvelous one;
his alfalfa, bromos,. rye, wheat
and native grasses are worthy of
the greatest consideration.
Walk down the west side of the
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pavilion annex and see i the dry
'farming exhibit of f.ejd peas,
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Ired top and many otherthings of
like nature. Turn them to tho
east side and see tho same kinds
of grasses and grains under wa
ter. Let what you see soak
thoroughly through yournoddlo,
and wo will venture to guess that
there will not be an ounce of pes
simistic blood left in your veins.
On the north side of tho main
pavilion there is a dry farming I
exhibit equal to any found any-1
where. Can you beat alfalfa 5ft
1 4. oata 5ft 7, bromos G ft 4, win-
tor wheat ift and raised without'
a drop of water to boot. i
The big fruit table near the1
stuffed birds and animals makes !
At I Outside Rooms
'one hungry. One man has M
1 kinds of plums, 8 kinds of pears,
1 27 varitics of apples, with an ad
ditional line of can berries of all
. kinds and description.
A sofa cushion of roses, with i
the word "Portland" worked in i
colored embroidery is just beau
The batenberg centerpjece
shows that it has come from the
hands of a master ncedleworker,
as all of the drawn work.
The jabots, colors and bags of
Tficli nvnnhnt nnt nnlv pnimls
but surpasses many pieces . of
the imported work. j
There is also a very pretty cen-
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iety. it is the irsl i)iece ot tnis .
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kind of work ever exhibited in
county and is a worthy
r...lrt I r nnlfnfii nfinf
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The drawnwork tea cloths
speak well for the, women that
have made these pieces of table
There is also stitch pillow top
that is of very fine quality.
A Hardanger embroidered doily
Hu"u W1" uc euiureu "- ouiui-
j " OJ one oi our I day afternoon for a parse of ?20
,"? nJ ' B ot cxcepnonai
quality for the age
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ian Gray Bhow remarkable talent
' in this line.
The marine view is
! fine, and the old
inot but help to take a person
back to the youthful days while
under father's roof.
'w7niFolrpa1nlTigby one of our
' young ladies only 16 years of age,
calls attention to the fact that
time may develop that Harney
county has furnished to the
world one of its foremost artists.
The amusement features this'
afternoon have been very good J
at the fair grounds. The footj
race had to be run over as the
first was a tie, Will Forren win
ning. In the tug-of-war between
tho married and single men was
not on the square that's a cinch.
Rev. Babbidge was on the end
for the married men and the
manager of this great religious
weekly, who is a heavy, who is a
heavy weight (?) was hold of the
iircacher. We had 'em when
some one bribed "Chino" to pull
, the heavy (?) off. That settled
The harness race was tame
John G. taking two straight heats
The thrcQ-eights running race
j was a hummer with a big field
I to face tho starter. It was a
horse raco from start to finish
i Flute wining by a small margine.
I Tho exhibitions of Bill Jones
, and Harry Whitman in horseman
ship is a featuro that please.
I Harry rode a bucking horse that
went through tho fence and
knocked a tont down over at tho
lower end of tho grounds.
Whitman sustained some in
juries when riding a wild bull this
afternoon- tho animal catching
hia foot between its body and the
fence. It w,as not serious and he W. W. Brown, who is common
will be ready for work tomorrow. ' ly known as Bill Brown, the big
The Roman race' by Mr. Jones , HamDton Butte rancher, is es
was a fine exhibition and very ' tablishing a big general store at
The riding exhibitions of Whit
man and Jones tomorrow
will be '
features. The race program will (
be: Half mile dash free for all, '
j no entrance fee, purse $-10.
Three-eighths dash for saddle
ho"es pu.rsue,P . . .. !
. Three-eighths dash for ponies ,
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Phil Smith will drive John U
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The stock parade scheduled for
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to former parades in point of
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ity. Some of the finest stock to
be seen anywhere will be in the
The management is informed
that there are several young la-
dies who desire to ride in a race.
One will be featured tor batur-
A Threshing Scene in
to be divided as the other purses
first and second money.
W. Lair Thompson, Frank
Light, Mr. Rice and Mr. Brittain '
of the Lakeview delegation stated i
for Bend yesterday but broke the
auto and had to return. They)
will await extras and in the mean- j
time take in the fair and visit i
Say, the weather man has "it
in for us." Why couldn't we
have had this weather the first
of the week and allowed the
"Empire Builder" to visit us?
Always ready for job printing.
CLOTHING SALE r.: AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
now open with n full line of
New Equipment of
Brunswiok-Balke Peel Tables
: his ranch. The Metohus ware-
house Company has already re
ceived two or three carloads of
merchandise for him. He has
two teams at work now bringing
In w001 anu returning wmi gu
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for the store, The ooys report
that Bill has about 70 men em
ployed on the ranch at the pres
ent time, 15 of whom devote their
onfirp Hmfi to breaking wild
horses to ride and drive. His
sales of horses last year totaled
'50V he,ad' a" ,?i . " pm,
. ahnne(i to Cal forma, as Bill
makes it an inviolable rule to sell
none of his horses in this state.
SALE OF LADIES DRESSES,
SKIRTS AND WAISTS AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
R. L. Hass is up from Narrows
taking m the sights.
The fam0Us Bridges Concert
nn will ho in Rums next week
Co. will be in Burns next w
at the Presbytering church,
the Big Harney Country.
On the 23th day of August,
1911, Mr. E. C. Eggleston, our
local representative of the Ore
gon Life Insurance Co., insured
the life of William Benjamin
Cochran, at Monument, Ore:
Mr. Cochran did not take the
examination until Sept. 10; on
aepr. ntn tne examination ua-
pers were received at the Port
land effice: the policy was issued
and mailed to Mr. Cochran, Sept.
1G; the insured lost his life by
drowning in the John Day river.
Mr Eggleston will go to Grant
Co. next week to pay the death
CLOTHING SALE AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.