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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 6. 1889.
$2.BO a Year.
Corporal punishment be abolished
Dialogue “On the Road to
in our schools” was favored for the School,” by Arch McGowan, Madge
evening and the disputants elected Byrd, Frances Hewitt and Hester
NEW were Dr. Embree, nffirmative with Johnson.
Miss Young assistant; Mr. Newell, , “Her Big Sister’s Beau,” by Bes
D. L. GRACE.
.I8JIER AND b
negative with Miss Roberts assist sie llarkev, closed the unique, very
On Main street,.Burns, Harney county, Oregon.
Proceedings in Full Given for the
prettily delivcied exhibition of Mr.
Benefit ol‘ < itizens 1'nable to be
P roprietress .
MRS. C. M. CALDWELL
Present During its Session.
. Newell's pupils’ progress in elocu
rsar ............. . T..
The audience was a large and in tion.
The first Teachers’ Institute for
r (In advance)
Mr. Ritterbusch then delivered
This Old and Reliable House
telligent one, as attested by their
the new county of Harney met at
a lecture on “Orthography, Read
refurnished and put in condition to accommodate the Traveling Pub
newspan B >. aws .
Burns. Wednesday, May 27th, 1889,
ing, and The New Education,” that’
id to give notice by
lie, Guest; from the Country, Transient and Regular Day Boarders and
d.ifB not answer the
Lodgers. Meals served promptly. Charges reasonable. The far«
in pursuance to official call of Coun
?s not take his paper
Miss Maggie Welcome, of Burns, was listened to with much atten
is u for its Ui>t bein-:
«nd service the best the country affords. Wants of Pas
s > mukit the p. s
sengers by Stage promptly met. Time-Tables
and Mrs. Gawne, of Cow creek, tion, there being a number of new
iblisber for payment
Baker, in order to carry out his
ideas dwelt upon that evidenced
and Dully Newspapers in the Orrtca.
8 h's paper discon-
renrages. or the Pnb-
1 it until pavment is
Welcome’s voice being particularly
e uinount whether it
I of the speaker.
not. Tliero «an l.e
clear and telling.
it C laims to be a first - class country hotel
11 payment is made
Miss Roberts, and Dr. Embree’
les a paper from the
Only, und offers 1* courtesies to «11 visiting Burns, the Trade-Center of Harney country.
Organizing, and electing officers.
li to his name or au-
Gawne sang a ii>lo quite returned to Boat Ford on account
sut.h- i ibvl <>r not. is
of the closing of the first session of
I i I h paper stopped
1 to 2— Discussion: Subject, “Or-
it tiisher coiitiiun s
Miss Roberts rendered the reci the former’s school in the latter’s
ganizing a School.”
un i to pay for it if
Absolutely Pure. 9 to 3—
1< c This proceecB
(lithography: led by
tation “Whistling in Heaven” with district on Friday.
list pay for what he
Mrs. Allphin arrived from near
This powder never varies. A marvel of puri
voice and gesture, and in an
led that refusing to ty, s.renglh, und whoicsumencN. More eco 3 to 4— Geography:
where she is engaged as
lieu s iron) the pi st-
eulied for, without be sold in compe i’ion v ith the tauliiiudc of
Teaching: led by Charles arch manner that was in keeping teacher of the Pine creek school in
na facia evidence of low lest, short weight, s um or ph. P] ' ac pow
with the subject.
district 5. Mrs. A’s intention was
ders. Sold only in cn f R oyal B aking P ow
Newell, of Burns.
der Co., 10o Wall st., New York.
“The Fall of Moscow” as recited to be present on Monday, but was 1
by Mr. Ilayes was a good rendition prevented by change in the stage
HERALD CLUE LIST
Reading: Method of teach of a standard piece.
ing: led by Jno. Manly, of
id Demurest M acazh
I’rof. Baker delivered an excel
Committee on Resolutions: Messrs
ni Gode >■ Latori Bek
10to 12—General Discussion: Men lent lecture, full of sound points on Roberts, Ritterbusch, and Newell,
nd West dhore
tal Arithmetic for Beginners. “The Dismissal of teachers.”
T. V. B. EMBREE. M. D.
id Leslie's Illustrât- I
id Leslie's Popular
Office at hie r< science on the east side of Sil-
Id ¡Agile's t»uñ<Í«y Mugazine
A duet “Come Where the Lillies
vics River, leu miles below Bun s.
hi Belford's MSSSzi:
“Grammar: Cultivation of the
to 2— Discussion: Use and Abuse Bloom” by Miss Welcome’s rich Intellect,” was intelligently expa
soprano and Chas. Bvrd’s full bass
to 3— Language Lessons; led by was beautifully rendered, the voices ; tiated upon by Prof. Grace.
S. B. McPheeters, M. D.
»ling id Detroit Free rr- t
“Method of teaching History,”
Miss Ida Roberts of Boat
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
nd Harper’s Magazine
showing culture and harmonious
In Burns, Oregon
illustrated by Mr. Newell, and
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
nd Ilurper’s Weeniv
! commented upon at length by
nd Harper’s ®f>ung People
led l y T. V. B. Embree, of Miss Young of Cow creek gave
BEyrnnim id Alden’s Manifohi 1 yelopediu,
Messrs. Hayes, Roberts, and Ritter
r IPncml ldl( fonai volume Sie i V. I. i. -o tcius;
. to !«. 1 extra ver volume, p« Kluge.
; the recitation “TJie Maniac” in
¿SF"\Vc respectfully solicit the trade of Stockmen and Rancher».
character, with tragic effect.
Scrii »pies of all the above works - an be ex
J. DURKIIEIMER & CO.
T. A. McKINNON,
. leisure iu the*Reading Koum.
“The Mariner’s Dream” by Mr. not more than a half-dozen errors
‘J to 10—Discussion: .School Reci
r. F. STENGER * OLD »TAND.
Any and all kinds of surveying done on shot
notice and reasonable terms.
Roberts was a recitation that gave had been reCordcd.
wishing to be located, can have plats furnishe
10 to 11—Grammar; Cultivation of
of perkxllea’s are solicited free of charge.
q'|ie Query ]?ox was opened and
^ [1 i’-. S 11 Publishers
the Intellect: led by D. L. lull scope to the speaker s ability
ubbiug rates, a Cops' of ihvir work for
following extracted and duly
Grace, of Burns.
U < tea<4lift Room—We tile, and bin»i the
»of every bal^Volumc. and pay f«-r
Sadäle and Harness Shon-
Teaching: led by Jno. E.
Miss Welcome, Miss Roberts and
hen is the proper time to
J. c. WELCOME - P mo ^ kibtob
Roberts of Harney.
Mr. Byrd sang “Peace be Still,” with begin teaching grammar?
ADVERTISXNO I: '
.y ?. •» 2wk Imo ,8 nio a mo
2d. Enlizemcnt? What is it?
■ » ettt uaiM
ir rrr.-. --¡J.50 12.50 15 00 ¡77-
fll ou ♦15 00
1 to 2—Beginners in Grammar;
Discussion of the question on
3d. What were the original
ex .» BOO 4.UÜ 6 50 12 «M
led by Geo. W. Hayes, of abolishment of Corporal punish Seven Wonders of the World?
» 6^00 8.00 -15 00 24 tk»
6.00 10 00 ao 1 "
4th. How many Vice-Presidents
«.00 9.00 15 00 UN 0) 4M. 00 54 00 ,
ment in our schools was taken up
re. 00 Ï8.00 4S. <U «J.00 no 09 '
juu LO U0 40» 00. DO 110.00 : -i j uo
to 3—Music in Public Schools: by the above named disputants. have died in office and who were
- -ï" / y ’* - x..
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r .
led by W. C. Byrd, of Burns. Rev. Bartholomew, Prof. Grace and they.
Sth. Why do wc invert the di-
Mrs. Gawne acting as judges, w liose vigor jn division of fractions?
poplin« to ®i»acc;
The M. E. church building ten-, decision was in favor of the nega 6th. What President was elect
. nt no price,
ed by one political party whose
■ dered the executive committee by tive.
than 10 cents per
The Burns Beer is a Fine Quality, and may be had by the Glass, Bottled, or in Qaaatikf.
SECOND DAY---- FORENOON.
■ term of office was filled by a man
'-u '•enta, transient,
PORTI. A NI>
OREGON. the pastor, Rev. Wm. Bartholomew,
All the teachers and members of the opposite party?
position S2 extra charge per in-
was accepted, and the Institute
'__ nil of p ’Sition i: eian.iiug rca«ler
7th Which was discovered first,
iw»» k. emi^ntoad.each
ih run iu wiih
was organized by election of follow being in full attendance the exer the St. Lawrence, or Mississippi
GEO. POPE à CO.
H ruvtr- Bnattcr free.
ing officers: Prof. L. B. Baker, of cises of the day began by opening river?
Mlblivutiur.B, $1 each, i
Harney, chairman, Geo \V. Hayes, the Query Box and a lively and in The discussion of the 5th. was
■Loinin up, 10c a line.
pn»l «hath announcc-
of Harney, secretary, Chas. Newell structive discussion of the questions entered into with so much zeal as
twr l~c»*S ______________ ^■cite«! as news.
W O O L G R A D E R S ,
to take up the time allowed for i
to religious, social. •
of Burns, critic, and the following found therein took place:
s-i I’lta A*1 ¡ionol bodies.
4 UNTO FOREIGN ADVERTISERS,
Committee on Resolutions sub
Committee on Program: Messrs. zona?
•peetfully solki ting your patronage -COMMISSION
Agent for Slaver <k Walker, wholesale dealers In
nd» Mil 3 eto keep our aBjk.‘isp«-sied us to the
Newell, Ritterbusch and Miss Rob 2d. What is the side of an equi mitted the following resolutions,'
gSF C(>NS IGN M ENTS SOL I (T T ED—
aud reliable ftrins t < >
ft will be saved, b\ tefurriug to the
which were adopted unanimously
i <-ur < ir< uia —ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL.
Uaaii<« »rateuaents based hi
3d. If an irrisistible force should as read:
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
j mission: Messrs. Manley, Roberts, strike an immovable body what
Geo. McGowan - — - Burns. and Miss Y’oung?
would be the result.
W hereas , The Teachers’ Insti-!
al with neatness V. J. Milller,
gW“Agent for Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company.^
- - - Harney.
4th. What is “Pigeon English” tute of Harney county, Oregon, is j
W. C. Byrd, of Burns, donated
Boston Agency with DENNY, RICE & CO. his handsome parlor organ to the and what its origin?
' teachers, feel that we have been
132 Federal Bt.
use of the Institute during the ses 5th. Where are the limits of greatly benefited thereby, Therefore
bri y on file for re
6th. Which are the best text
R esolved , That we heartily con
ll Newspaper Ad
L Now York.
gratulate Prof. L. R. Baker, Sujicr-
entertainment by the ladies of books for teaching Geography?
Toilet Articles, Glass, Putty, &c.
H. J. Manly took up “Reading intendent of Public Schools of Har
Burns during the three days session
FOR riciAL dir : ■ TORY.
E. I). GRAY
- Burns, Or. of the Institute, and a choir of local and method of teaching it” in a ney County, upon the success of W. E. GRACE, P roprietor ,
this, our first Institute, and extend
—( i E N E R A L RE PA IRI NG— musicians organized to assist in the happy manner, and was followed to him our sincere thanks for his!
pleasures of the evening sessions.
by Misses Roberts and Young and energetic efforts in behalf of the
A Large Assortment of
............... .-«) ■ . Levi 1’. .Morton
»tate ........ iä ■ Janos*- Blaine
FIRST DAY---- AFTERNOON.
Messrs Newell, Roberts, Embree, teachers in securing entertainment
. John W. Noble
FINE CUTLERY, NOTIONS, Etc
for the them; and, also, for his zeal-!
The Institute met for the after Hayes and W. C. Byrd.
— ar • ■ a ' ■
ous and untiring labors for all who
vjamin F. Tracey
i _J Navy
i '* I < Agriculture.
“remiah M. Rusk
Wm. H. II. Mi ier
Arithmetic for Beginners” was next
hn Wanamaker Promptly executed. The building ha® been en present:
R esolved , That we tender our
larged and improved and is prepared to turn
\V gf¿M»TATB—UBBtX hs:
L. B. Baker, Superintendent, and in order and was discussed in about thanks to the citizens of Burns for PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
out al! kino's of bla< ksmi.hing on short notice
teacher of Harney school; Chas. all its bearings by Messrs. Newell, their generous hospitality.
J. H. MitclieU,
Ex ami" ......................*■ liter
Newell, in charge of Burns school; Ritterbuach, Roberts and Misses
R esolved , That the thanks of
Everything guaranteed pure and of the very beat quality.
sc-.R,1uV _ W. McBride,
y i iper F
this Institute are due Dr. T. V. B.
Jno. E. Roberts, of the Terrell Gage, Harkey and Roberts.
J u. W.Wcbb,
' States ® iMtrwtfoa ... f J. B. RcElrov,
Embree. and Prof. D. L. Grace for
Red Front Livery
Feed school; Miss Ida Roberts, of school
a l i akn
•< K- :
i or as CT-H •............. -, . .. <S L F Frank
their kind assistance in these ex
“Use and Abuse of Emulation” ercises.
. m * R
JW. W. Thayer, i
Ritterbusch, of the Red-S school wasled by Mr. Roberts and dis
VE E KIT ta
R esolved , That W. C. Byrd re
II. CALDWELL, - -
J A F kr ,
P roprietor . district; H. J. Manly, of the Rock cussed at length by the Institute.
ceive the thanks of this Institute
creek school; Miss Rose Hembree,
“Language Lessons,” was opened for the use his organ and for his
roqsTY—MA» iy :
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED- of the Wooley district; and Miss
for discussion by Miss Roberts and assistance in forwarding the work.
P bopbietob ».
R esolved , That Rev. Bartholo SAYER A DORE
Lena Harkey and Geo W. Ilayes, was intelligently handled by Messrs.
•e.................... •' i.
mew receive our thanks for the use
not teaching at present; and appli Ritterbusch, Roberto and Newell.
of the church and for his generous
L ytlk H oa ard
It onr motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice
T. H. James Saddle Horses Furnished at Reasonable Charges cants for certificates to teach. Misses
“Physiology and Hygiene” was assistance.
Gage and Young. Also, Dr. T. V. led by Dr. Embree in his usual
W. R. (» radon
A. A. « OWING and Grooming of Transient Stock. Hay «1 Grain
R esolved , That Mrs. Gawne, Mr.
B. Embree. and citizens of Burns earnest, vivacious manner and dis Chas. Byrd, ami Misses Maggie
W. E. A lbrrson on hand.
L. B. B aki : r
and vicinity as visitors.
cussed by Messrs. Newell, Ritter Welcome and Ida Roberto receive
the thanks of the institute for their
Through the absence of John busch and Miss Roberts.
A. F. S nelling
kind assistance in the evening ses-
M. To A N:MEND
Doran now teaching in the Drewsey
Before adjournment program was | sions.
district, instruction on Orthogra reported for the
R esolved , That all the teachers
phy was omitted and the subject of
who attended deserve praise for
their prompt attendance and clcse
I. O. O. F.
f'.do by Miss Young.
up by Mr. Newell, and discussed in
Levery Saturday at
attention during the progress of
Prayer by Rev. Bartholomew.
KINN» »N. N. G.
this Institute; and we hope they
a spirit! <1 manner by Me*srs. Kit-
Recitation by Burns’ school chil will continue the work of ad vane-.
terbusch, Roberts, Embree, an<l
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
rnent begun here, until our next
“Three Dogs on Parade,” by meeting, and come still better pre
j. g r. »1 • • “
"Geography and Method of Frances Hewitt.
pared to discharge the duties of
ids y s excepted.
our Institute work.
Teaching” was thoroughly and
“Grandma’s advice,” by Pearlie
And all kindxof •urfa'-eln’nber thnronirhljr **aaoned for building purposes and at
ATTORSE Y-AT-L A W.
R esolved , That a copy of the
ably discussed by Messrs. Roberts. Fry.
CANYON CITY. OBKWOX
Minute» of this Institute lx- »nb-
Newell. Hays, Manly, Ritterbusch,
rnitted tothe county pa|iers for pub
and Miss Roberts; a general dis “Sermon for the Sisters," by lication.
r Mill. I’
cussion of the subject followed.
The First Session of the Harney
Committee on Questions sub
“The Bright Side,” by Mis» Cal- County Teachers’ Institute thenad-
I Office Canyon City and Burns. mitted several and “Resolved that • lie McPheeters.
ijourned sine die.
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