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About Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1903)
dneing the purse in proportion to
DIVISION I—DAIRY IKoDliTS.
the norve« entered
All entries to
close at S o'clock .harp theVvening
Neatest piece vf Mechanism in before the race. California Jockey
SATl'RDAY Jl'I.Y 25 19US.
clubrulea to govern all running races
Iron $3 50
All aged horses
In Brass $3.50.
to carry not less than 112 pound*.
llARNEY COl'NTY FAIR
In Tin $3.50
Trotting or pacing races will be
In Wood $3 50
governed according to National
In Stone or Brick $3 50
Following is a complete list of DIVISION K--- ARV AND FANCY WORK Trotting Association rules.
premiums to be awarded at the
lutndscaiM* |>amting m oil on relay race is five times around the
Fair. September 14 to 20, inclusive canvass $5
track ; five hones ; change horses
Al! premiums will l»e divided as
each time around; rider to change
Murine (stinting in oil $5
Portrait on canvass $5
Seventy per cent, first
own rig. saddle and blanket sepa-
premium; 30 per cent second pre
Largest display portrait painting rate;, saddle cinched with latigo.
mium. A certificate accompanies in oil on canvass, three specimens choice of bits. Entrance fee ten
each premium stating the grade of $5
poroent of purse, Money in race»
the prise awarded. Ten per cent
Largest and best display of por to be ditided ns follows: First
of premium w ill be charged on all trait painting in oil by one |>er»on money 70 ja-r cent. second money
entries for prize» of $2.50 or over. $5-
The association Tf
Best painting in Water Color* serves the right to change anv of
Draff Stallion. $20.
the alaive races m the event of
by the artist $5
Sweepstake Sta'lton. $20.
Largest and best Cravon drawing their not filling, also to post|>onv
Jackass, with colts of his get. $20 i five or more specimens by one per any and all of the program on ac
Mare and colt, draft. $20
count of inclement weather-
Mare and colt, roadster, $20
Photogoraphic views, two. large
The Chicago Weekly h.ter Ocean
Beet team of draft horses or size by one iwrsou $2 50
largsst i» the only weekly newspaper pub
liehed in Chicago in connection
Double driving team. $20
number bv one person $2.50
Single driver. $15
Largest and best display of Pho with the great daily papers.
Best reined saddle horse. $10
tographs by one persons $2
Autumn leaves drawn in water summary ot the news of the nation
and world, the b«»t sloiiee, home,
Bull, two ytars and over, $20
colors $2 50
farm, woman'», and other special
Milch cow and calf. $20
Sea moss in frames $2
Beef cow and calf. $20
Sign painting, work bv artist departments, and fair, patriotic,
able editorials, written from a Re
Ram, one year or over. $25
Specimen of oil painting on Fatin publican viewpoint. It is by far
the best general newspaper ot the
Ewes, pen of three lambs, wool. | by the artist $2.50
Western '■tales The regular price
Specimen Etching by artist $2
Ewes, pen of three lambs, for
Display by one person feather for the Weekly Inter Ocean ia $).'M
and for the Harney Valley Items
Best fleece. $10
Display by one person Zepher ♦ l.ot.*, hut subscriptions will l>e re
ceived at thia office for the two
Roar, one year or over. $7.50
Pencil sketch from nature by the papers i:i combination for one year
for only $ 1.50.
Brooding sow ana pigs. ¿5
Architectural drawing by the
Mr. D. P. Daugherty, well known
Trio of Brahmas. $3.50
Mercer ami Summer
Cochins, $3 50
Pastel drawing bv artist $2
Va . most likely owes
DIVISION L—DOT PLANTS.
his life to the kindness of a neigh-
Leghorns, $3 50
Exhibition of pot plants, not less bor. He was almost hopeleoaly af
than ten pots $2
flicted with diarrhoea , was attend
Plymouth Rocks. $3.50
Rustic stand not less than three ed bv two physicians who gave nim
Pair Turkey». $3 50
feet in height filled with choice little, if any. re.ief, when a ueigli-
rivistoN r— farm ruonrcTs.
bor learning of his serious condi
Display of sheaves of grains,
Exhibition of Pansies not less tion. brought him a Lottie of Cham
kinds, not less than five sheaves of
tnan 20 varieties $1
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
Fa ncy basket of Howers $1
rhoea Remedy, which cured him in
lOOtbs tarlev, $5
DIVISION M —PASTRY ETC.
less than t wen tv-four hours. For
lOOtbs wheat, $5
by H. M. Horton. Burna; Ered
lOOBs oats, $5
Display of alfalfa. $2 50
Potato yeast $150
Timothy gras». $2.50
GREAT MILLINERY SALE!
Soda biscuits $1.50
Natural meadow grass, $2.50
Big reduction in Ladies* and Chil
Assorted cakes $1.50
dren's street hais and Children's
Largest display of Jams $2 50
trimmed bats. Don't overlook one
Display 1 pk apples, $5
the gr< atest bargains ever offered
1 pk peaches $5
Call at the home of
1 pk pears, $5
Best display crotchet work by
Mrs. G. W Cummins.
1 pk plums. $5
any one |>erson $1.50
DIVISION H—GARDEN I BODI CE
Best display patchwork quilting
For a bilious attack take Cham
Bushel Onions $2.50
berlain'* Stomach and Liver Tab
Turnips $2 50
Best display pillow slips and
lets and a quick cure is certain
For sale by II. M Horton. Burns t
Best worked toilet cushion $1 50
Fled Haines, Harney.
Best 1 »dies' worked sci.rf $1.50
(. abbage 1 doz Leads $2.50
Best display tatting $1.50
At whool one alw; ;-.i »toed tbe fret.
Pumpkins $2 50
Tlx. other l.oy he t i «'ichl to -•» :
Mugar Corn $2.50
Yet he la worth a ml t o > < ocl.
.mart lecy > ! I » for two • day
Squash $2 50
- .'h<lad»lphla Ix-d -er
First day—Maiden race for
Displav of Kahlrabi, Carrot. Harney County saddle horses that
Kale, Cauliflower, Mangel-wertzel never run for public money ] urse
“Wbn* J«» you think of imiiincr Mi»u$
T’rnv n? Shr nlv ,.ys trit* to make ber-
One-quarter mile dash, free for
“Ix*t h. r I». rwnapieuous bj tier ab-
«enee.* llrookh ii Life.
Second Day—One-quarter mile
Mr«. Ilirnin I don't quite like en-
dash for Harner County saddle
gaging a girl without rcn*rrnr< s.
horses that never run for public
Bridget .Xolirlp That’« all right,
mini. You can pay inc u month in ad-
Three-eighths mile dash, free for lance. Life.
Bloozin (bfwipirr) I thought Î tx»l«l
Three-Fourth mile heats. 2 in »3. you to l*>il the egg* for four minut*w.
trot or pace, for two 2 year olds, Here you’ir Iren 12 minute« at it.
Waiter But you know you ordered
re ■ for all, $75.
three egg«, Mir! Roxbury Gaiette.
Third-Dav—One-half mile <la*h,
There are a great many hungry hearted
women who would attend a baby sale if free for all. $150.
The llrat They < mtld i»<v.
babi •» were ever offered for sale, liecause
Three-fourths mile heats, trot or
t you «omi t¡men innltr n mix-
111 re are a great many wives wlio love
children and have been told by physi pace, for horses bred in Hurney tnkr and lynch th»* wrong man?” aMk<*«|
1h< tinitor from the ••»»Mt.
cian» that they can never hope to nurse County. $75.
••\Vc rli<l hw<-,” rrplird the nnthr*
a child of their own.
•‘hut. uc olTcrvd to do the rqucirr thing
Roping contest, $50
Some of these women who have used
Or. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription for tbe
Fourth Dav—Ba*eball, Canyon by the nid<br.”
cure of womanly ills have laren made
happy mother» as a result of the cure of City vs Burna.
“We told her m K< could tnkr the pick
womanly disease aixl the buildiug up of
Basketball, Canyon City
vs of the crowd for her Hi-cond hufthtiiid.**
the general health.
Doctor Pierce’s Favorite Prescription Burns.
makes weak women strong and sick
lie* Iliad Tried It.
Gun club shoot. $.’>0.
women well. It establishes regularity,
“So you’ve I m < n iround the worM?”
dries weakening drains, heals inflamma
Fifth Day—One-half mile heats Kidd the admiring friend.
tion and ulceration and cures female
“I h i*e,” replied the traveler
2 in 3 free for all, $175.
“Ami you’ve ueen nil the flight« nnd
«I wrote to you -ome time ayo to r*-t informa
Three fourth* mile In ats, trot or tried all the «ports?”
tion alanit unue-iai. Mn M •■■■ L-* Flan
ary. of Ilryden Va -I moi , WrilSeh with
f male weakness an.l pain- k- eive,| anawer
“Did you ever try tiger hunting?”
Irom you adnainy me to ’ ,ke ¡Mart a Pierce',
Sixth Duy—Three-fourth mile
p.vorite Preacrit-tf.n an<! Go|,;rll Medi.nl IS*
covery.' I look two tottles of Pivorfte Dre dash free for all $ 150
► -rit.tion ’ and fimtid it di.l me good. I had
been inamel four years an.1 had no children .
Relay race, $HX).
“At Mmtr Carlo.”- Chien go Poat.
iv-w I can nay thnt <mr house i- t.b w.l ndth a
little haliv boy. lairn July i.Xh, by the h--lp of
Day — Consolation
Mb* Reverae«» the Order of Thia®*-
»; xl and your medicine. 'I praise your medicine
When I am drearing,” «lid Mira F<*
" Von can publish this letter if you wish,*
dick, “I aluftyn put on my rdioea m>«l
Condi’ions—All the above events NtxM'kingM first.”
F ree . Dr Pierce’s Common Sense
Medical Adviser is sent /r<r on receipt
'free for nil unless otherwise
“I <lon’t,” replied Miaa Kittish.
of stani]H to pay exjwns» of mailing on’,.
“Don’t you? U hat do you put on
Send »1 one-otnt stamps for the book in
fl rat r
riper covers, or Ji -t mips f ir the <-lotb- und three to start, but the Associ
“My stocking« and a hoe«.”—Town
ttitwi volume. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce,
ation reserves tbe right to hold a Topics.
Buffalo, N Y.
O iidl C itv OF Tot I Do,I
Lt’»» x« Cm \rv.
Frank J. Cheney make.*oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney A Co . loitig business
in the City of Toledo, Comity nml
Stale albrveuid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of One Hundred
Ikillara for each ami every case of
Catarrh that cannot lx- cured by
the use of Hall'» Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn ti» la-fore me and subscrib
ed in my presence, this tltli day of
lh-cember, A. D I nni ’.,
A. W Gleason.
< MKAI. \
Hall's Catarrh l’ur<- is taken in
ternally. and acta directly on the
blood ami tnuooua surface« of the
•ysletn. Send lor testimonials, fr« «'.
F. J. Cheney A- Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all ftruggiat . î ÔCa
Hall's Family Pills an« the l«>«t
Thi» pa;>er ami The Chicago
Weekly Inter Ocean fl 50 for one
yeat. "Special ileal"
nml luta been minio limier III» por--
Mmnl ati|H'i-’ Istmi alm »' Its luffim-y.
ntto (<»<1 «’•«•«*<% <* xoti hi (I i I n ,
All ( tinnit i frit«, liiiltiitlmiM anti ".ItiM. iH-»:»M»tl •• nr«* but
iZK|M«rlnivii(a (lint trifle* vlth nini «« im I hiiu » r <li«’ limiti» of
lutane» autl Cìilltlrcti F\|»rrlriiw
What is CASTORIA
Cn.-toriis 1« n Itririiiless substitut«’ fc»r <»»tor O.l, Puro-
Kurlc, l>r<qi* und Nootliln;; N)i’U|»s.
It 1« t'kainanL It
coiit.iliis licitili r O|ihim, Miirphlii»’ imr other Ninrcotlo
ailbstnu«-«'. Its ng«' is its ;;imr:iiit«’o. it «lestmy .
nml allin s rc’crb lines*. It »mes l>iiirrli»i<ii nini \\ lu»l
Colle. It rellcvea I., tiling Troubles, eltri’a < »illsJ|»atloll
nml l l.iiuhn. ’, Il aasliullntcs the l'ootl, rrRiilnUv» th»’
Stomach iiml Hovel», glvlnu henltli’ nml untiirul sieri»,
Tli«' Clilldccn*» l-.in.u'cii The Molli» r’ I’l'lcud.
Sloiuech I rouble.
“I have been trouble,! with i»y
stomach for the past four year»,*"
•avs D. L. Bs-ach. of Clover Nook
Farm, Greenfield, Ms»». "A few
ilavs ago I was inducesl to buy a
hox of Chamberlain'» Stomnch and
I have taken part
of tb< m ami feel a great ileal better "
If you have iu»v trouble with your
stomach try u hox of th> se Tablets
You are certain to be pleased with
Price 25 cent» For
<»!• by H M. Ho.-tun, Burns Fred
Bears tho Signature of
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
To the Honorable County Court, liar-
nvv (‘untilv, < >regun
W’e, the underrun«* I ¡»el it inner«. re*»-
dent*, taxpayer«, and |e»«i voter« *>l
Wild Horne I'nvim-t. »Mi l cointv, and
muat respectfully petition yuur
Honorable Court Io gru.i a d<m«e
to. Ch.*« Ri^fon to
on*, null an l venoua Htpiora in
les*» ipi.intiltex than one gnihm in n«id
Precim-t for a p*ruwl of three niuntL«
beginning on the Sewud day of Srptrm
Geo. A. Smyth.
S. J Lev ».
I. <’. Chamberlain
( ’han. Turner,
1». B. Carroll,
J. C. Wear.
Era» k Larson,
John S uh th,
J a*. Migent,
( ‘ha« Thom »«.
Notice ia herrb) given that the under*
argne*! will on the 2nd day of Hept.
make application to the County Court of
Harney County, Htal<* of (Iregon, for the
granting of th* license mentioned in the
NOTII'E roK Fl'BI.K'ATIOX,
V m tand othre, liurna. (>*»<<»$>. Joly * l>-:.
Notice 1« hereby given lh«t the fcUlnwIhf.
name<l wttler ha* ftl*«J nfrtlre of his Intention
to make Anal proof in »npport of hl» riatiu, an«
that »«Id pr-wf « ill I m < made before lie«i*ter an>l
Kei encr at Burii«, Uregoa, on AUguel I*. 1AU.
Panivi M . slordan
IM rntrv N«» »1«, for the-HE* «. «<•<’ 9. Tp i'».
-, I ' . I ■' v
He nain«w the hùlowitiff wl*n»-»»A tn j-rnt e
hl« rsintlntiotin re»IJence u|»on ai»4 riiKivBlion
of »«ill land, » I«*.
J U. «iti. William I»» Clark, Frank Hein* and
Lloyd Johnaon, all of I.«wen. »»rei».in
H m . F arm «, Keflater.
Our f c returned if wv fail. Any one sotelitiR sketch and dewription of
any invention will pr n;»i!y ree, ;ve < ur opinion free concerningtliv patent
ability < f Mtns. ‘-Il >w t > . I.ta'.u a patent" sent upun request. I'atmto
jocun d through m advertised f t sale at our expense.
I at<uit. taken out through v.s receive sftfiul nutue, without rJiargr, in
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Send fur sample copy FREE. Addreoa,
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Win-». Liquors und Carlsuinted
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Your patronage solicited.
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General Music Dealer.
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