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JULY 22, 1896
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY,
OREGON. JULY 11», 189t»,
OREGON FORWARDING CO.
good condition, except in Klamath
Supreme Court Decisions.
Orci :on Volunteers ask to be' shared thiir cheers with the Ore-
Mu tered out in San Fran
eounty, where it is poor.
Haying continues. The hay crop
Then came the regiment headed
The folio«ing opinions handed
by Brigadier General Summers and down from the supreme court re is heavy and of good quality. Pas
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After getting permission to bring a band. As the men marched com cently will be interesting reading! tures are drying up. and all stock
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is being moved to the mountains.
......... 75 I the second Otegon to Portland and pany front lip the wide street, they
for onr renders:
Working summer fallow contin
, to muster them out at Vancouver made a splendid appearance.
I-'red llaines, vs A J. McKinnon,!
tho soil is in good condition to
• Fl ICIAL BiKECTCiKV
. the comtr.itees have been knocked
respondent, from Harney, Morton !
be worked. Sugar beets are mak
ST a ri— uki . g «. n :
i out again by the boys after arriving
D. Clifford, judge, retersed opin
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ers thrown from the windows by ion by Wolverton, C J. Moore, J , ing good growth.
Joeeph Siinan at San Francisco. They desire tc
Strawberries are now plentiful T'irot C1O.S3 Cooc’s
be mus’ered out at th» latter place tho guests. General Shafter and | dissenting.
fW. K. Ellit.
over the Plateau rvigon; in the Col
his staff and Governor Geer cf O.e*
Atierney ueue.el .
This was an action for the re umbit River valley they are about
............. Win B Lord »s the folowing will show:
Th. 3 lagosi Stock
h R Kiucsi'l
èeereiary et St*’.«
San Francisco, July 12.—It the
covery of personal property by the n all picked and shipped. Cherries
Phil. Met8('hftn j
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army officers reviewvd the parade appellant against the respondent.
«apt. Publie lutti A<*1 •tiou
The Xiowcbt Prloej.
W ii Lseds j I Second Oregon is mustered out in
• tete Printer
ripening rapidly. There is no
i R. s. Beili. Portland every man in the regiment as it passed up Van Ness avenue The respondent
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change in the f-uit prospects
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’ F. A. Moore , from General Sumners down, will ¡toward tho Presidio where the men of H arney county and his claim to
We solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT ta all
Along th« Snake river the fruit crop
MtNETtt JÍ3ICI «I. »IS1UÎCT.
the property was based upon the
be indignant almost to tho point of went into camp.
Here they will rest under military levy of a writ of attachment issued
C. W. Barriti). refusing to rcceiye the public honor
• .■iriet Att4.-atay
(». L. Barterxon.
for two or three weeks in an action against W. I). Martin for sections of the Columbia River
mustering out will who, it was claimed, was the owner valley. The apple crop if Union
loyal son». Muster-out in Portland
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then they will be ()fthe property at the time the at c runty and in the Hood River val
! or Vancouver means a lu«s of about
ley will not b? as large us it < Ab '
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ii Kii-iiaraa..! $,>(.). good travel allowance, for the sent to their northern homes by tachment was levied. On tlic 1st
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cf August, 1898, said Mutin was last year, reaches havt
wbitn r private.« of the regiment alone, and
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the owner and in pcs'c.-. ion of a
GIVEN A SQVABi: MEAL.
.■ w a r.ui t'.Bjril.
i.auan $6000 to A7000 for the officers. E»ch
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farm near the loan of Harney.upon much .«nailer than usual,
st«« it ’Hipe*sier
«. k . Ki'-L«' h ’ o . pnv.vte, if mustered out here, » ill
will be a short crop.
I • a e
i.. .. nan; * receive $32 travel allowance and of tile Oregsn volunteers w»t re which was growing crop of grain.
There is no failure of crops in j
¡subsistence. He sill t. • receive it viewed l>y Governor Geer, who On that day Martin executed to j
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eastern Oregon, nor will there be a|
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v»;-. For nfternaids addressed the soldiers. Fred Haines it bill of vale of all the failure, but there will be a shortage I
this reason the regiment to a mini Later in the evening they Wete crop, the consideration recited be- in all products except liny, and j
wants io be mustered out here. ’■ taken to the mechanics’ pavilion, ing«310. Martin remained in pos that will be »bout an average.
McCormick Harvesting Machinery
Portland «¡thin 21 hours will agree where an elaborate dinner had been session of the crop, harvested it,
St i J LUES.
Stock is doing fairly well. Shear
to reimburse the mtn for the loss, a prepared for them by the ladies of stored part of it in his granary, the ing has been completed and the
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majority will vote to mus- the Re 1 Cross society. The dinner lest being stacked in the field. Mc
X»«.B»r«ry !• »nd 14 Wednefftl«) .
Write ui for Prices.
wool is being hauled to warehouses
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This contingency • as the first really good one ttho Kinnon levied upon it a» the pio
Lauta 7.-'gier, Kce.
r 1 ter out at home.
is so »lender a» not to be considered boys had had since they left Cali perty of Martin and Ilaines brought
N<> letters will be delivered un- I
to recover the prop»riy.
»,»,».».euri» i.v.«• «’
1 seriously by tho reception commit- fornia for the Philippines r.nd to this notion
they are received. If von dont
See from Oregon, headed by Gov- say they enjoyed it is put ing it The issues I cing made x trial was
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a letter or a paper on tin- day
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had .".nd aft<r plaiutiir had rested,
fora . not.- }'ou expect it. have the postmaster
»A»s«r i.evA. «n. 77, 1. e e r.
rc*c!‘ ths New-
suit, which • »» granted. The ; look in all the b< xcs and down
iti.i.iox rsUo«. imi.n-ry
port as she steamed in this after-
1 cellar too; it certainly ought to be
OK Hu- ■ u. >•
• ' Aiu».-.s«-cy. hocn («as the quarantine ollicer’s
The opinion by Chief Justice | there some where a id he likes to
I vessel, having on board the Oregon-1
Wolverton says that ‘the question 1 hunt for it to please you. If your
ian’s correspondent. When he
I. .»t night about midnight 9harp
C i St zik.
1 for determination is whether there friend don’t v rite, cuss the post
'conveyed the inf >rination that the' Reception
Horn, who Club
at the ""9 H’l’icient evidi nee to go.to ih-J [ master; he is to blame.
was sufficient evidence to go to th-j ' masler; he is to blame. If he tells
I transports Ls.d bien ordered to As
Draws plan, niaki’i ratimatcs, etc. Rsildiag« put up wilkia tha »••■•l o
111 *hich they might inferou lhere 9 no
put Ol, an
»<•••«. toria, the news was received with Frank Smith having gono to I
1 that the plaintiff was the owner of aggrieved f-pi essimi and sav, Bg'iri’S given ineatiu»1rs.
J jySatiafoetion guiiruntsed.
iilcvncealed groins by a score or was held up and robbed of some
more within hearing. Within fiv» $250, by a couple of masked high-
, cover.” The opinion holds after a | is probably hiding yi.ur mail for
’ minutes indignat'on had spread; wayn.cn, tlie robbers escaping
review of the evidence that there
j' throughout the ship, General Sum into the darkness immediately
i the pleasure of having you call
was sullieifnl to go to the jury. In
mer» himself not beinj exempted. after making tlicirhuu).
two or three times a day. Ask
his dissenting 1 pinion Judge Moore
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1 On the transport Ohio, ahich cur
Marshal Sproule wv* immediate says that, in his opinion, tie judg ’ him to look again. I x.
XCTAKY PU .*.1-1 ried eight companies io the New ly sun nxnid, «nd the robbers des
ment should l e lulirrni d, for the i- .”2 v r ----- r.-'s’is s
- ff- el >ad live i ' v »» f »n fc»n<l at ths jtrd. FV“Re»iter»e Htoley boat«.
port’s four, lherv »as double the cribed to I.ini as nearly as possible
reason that it seems that the instru
' indignation. When the tug Irwin, un.ier the circumstances. That ment in question was not :> bill of JOHN F. STRATTON’S
C^Urscticti bafot. V » I lud Cîff-r
Celcbralcd Russian Gut
bearing the Oregon delegation, otlicer proceeded to run in .-ill sus-' •ale, end that plaintiff' failed to in
.1 Steamed around the Ohio on In r pieious looking characters, and in
troduce testimony tending to show
'I he I incit in the World.
return to th» wharf, every man on a »li.irt time had four suspects in the intention of the parlies with
I very String »’• jnan’ed
deck shouted as bis choice for ths the lockup. Two of them were re reference to the transfer of the tit!'-
Jahn F. Slrillon.V.-J"!’.''
place, ‘•'Frisco, leased this morning, they having |
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’Frisco.” To this there was noli given a sufficiently correct account ■
m » vc
John T. Bailey, respondent, vs I
A^sst for the—
the Malheur A H-rney Lakrlrri-J
Trio other two arc being b Id
General Corbin refuses to rrscind
the order directing the transports to awaiting developments, but it is gstien Company, uppdlaat, from
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OREGON proceed to As’ori.i, it may be set conceded that it will be n under
the judge; affirmed. Opinion by Wol-
down as certain that there will be
• ‘ verton, C J.
no marine pars..!» on the Columbia cireuinstai css, though latt< r de
Tbr»» question.“ ar
river i:. honor of the Oregon Volun velopments mnv bring out the fur
teers. However this dor« not argue ther netesrary evidence.—Ontario
G TO. !>. SIZEMORE,
that the regiment will straggle
and the sufficiency of the proof of
serviee. The opinion sustains them
Celiaca»««, I.nxl b»-i: »•*. «nd licil
Gvner.il Summers has promised
Saisie 'nailer prouai ’lx a''coded to.
An Organized Band
the Oregon reception committee
I that he will ke< p the regiment to
Eastern Oregon H rallier.
gether, and if the state will furnish
It may be generally knovn, but i
a special train, lie «ill bring the it is a fact just the same, savs the
La Grande Chrcbielr, that thrre is
BIGG & TURNER regiment home in x body.
The follow ing ;« the report »if the
a regular organized band of horse we ither for E .stern Oregon frtlie
LOYS LAND TN 'FltlSCO.
thieves operating in this commun p".-I • eek, s* si nt o-i: b» B. F.
San Francisco, July id —Not ity. SjK-cial officer Win. I.eaie.
Fugue. section director:
Practice in all th» court’ of Ore. since th» departure of the California hss just returned after a hard ride
Tim mean temp riture for the
volunttera for the Philippines !,av< through I.ndd canyon and to Whis
longest lived and Lightest Draft Mowers. Rakes and Binders
Collections promptly n »de.
week avenged 68 d*.- re». . which i»
the street of San Francisco pieaent- key c.-et k' camping on th* trail in
»Jdecrees higher than f >r the pre*
in the World.
ed such a scene of animation as
i f the g
c ding »<»k ri'.d •» degrees lower
they did today, nor have steam in fa t so closely pursued urr»-
tl.ari for the corresponding ». k
S. W. MILLER.
• histles. cannon and bells created these out la as ti.nl they had
last tear The mai’i.um tempera < • ri « ’
such a rumpus; and all this in to leave a horse on the trail, • hi« h
tures ranged from 76 to !» »and the •.If» O fie»
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honor of the returned regiment of is no» in the | -.«esaion of the offi minimum fr ,tn ">') to GO. except in •nd Owr
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Burna, - - - Orcgvn.
’•'n >♦* f' in W-.i h n. .i.»
j »,» t» » th ■*e»'Vfp
cer.- and is held for identification. portion- of the P’.iteau district, fr n
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re returned It is tin- intention of the o(lic»r» to
signal corp«, who
b r/e fi.rfvF-r . ».u
from f-vreig'i shore, ."ter »»--r II keep
the trail of these fol! w.i rain fell during the week. A f.W uirr.- « f- .
months of hardship
until every one of them is capturid <ku 1« prevail»- ’, but for the mort
and sick, broken in and ;-lac»d in the peni:< ii'isry and
I -,rt the -kw.i« cl- die»«.
C,,:. iKctS-.d.».. ’»a*.».«
EVERYBODY CAN DRINK GOOP BEER
the gat • broken up.
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
marks of Filipino bulkts, other«
We sell everything you may want
and onr stock is complete in every
Hairy C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
Brick Laying and
C. H VOEGTLY
Dr. W.L. Marsden,
Harney Valley Brewery.
it raa *<' re.
Telephone No 21
Dr. H. E¿rchtcrf
oa.> i :»t inr n.r't
f r<-»t"f -
returning to their native country
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tered by their trying experience in
a tr pical elirpate and a vigo- .»
campaign sga : :... the foil • ers of
Aguir a! Jo.
Children are apt to be unimen
ti ia!iv irreverent. A 'c««e in
point is that of a little Chicago
girl who wound up a prayer in
11.i« way : “And p'ea«e I) Lord
take care of yourself, too. If any
thing should bapyen to you. ire
Kinley t< » <’ pei d on, and he isn't
doing as «cil a» pi «Xj»cited.—
First in Il a line of march was
M jor Noble.Ger-eral Shafter's »ide.
followed by the Land of th» Third
artillery. Then can e Governor
Ge*rof Oregon and his staff Ll- E m .
•o«od by the Cil f<r- i'.-> «ho
7 h»- greiii < rop c-jtilir i.» « t»> i.» in 1
g 1 : omlition I’ a h ». u!»l be oí
l enefit, but th» g» nrral < f inion is
that if there i« an p. bsencn
w > vlier t, - crop nil! be all right.
Some »hriyciíiiig i
eurftd in veri ona of Waaro nt.d
Morro» count i - k Fa 1 nml " :r.t* r
• i*. n grain ar- col ring and vpring
• n • be- 1 g . h" »ta: 1 1»
langth 1 ha - r -
v 1 .- ■ : • I n I • . '■ ’ r -, ! ¡ i>, , t 11,
l|1* wli»a' Ríe i-
:»’ r*.i:; hi
Quart Bottles 31.50 a dozen delivered in Bums.
Five f allon kegs $2.00 delivered at
Twi [■ IP r
I have ini
remedy f < Coni
n. By m t. v../ n
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' I c.rel So pr x/positiv, in. I
tn •» pu :r tint I co.m.ler it my duty to
.nJ ft K:iltt frtt to •’ ••« 'J y. ir re*t"t
• ho tiiveOxiT mptFin. Ihn tt, Br-jnctinl *
Lang Tro ■ o. if ttwy «.I »-rite mt i.irt'
M. rew lot [V•' »dice adTret.. Sinserety,
M. C.. ’ll ?«rl tt, Znr V«rX.
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your home in Burns
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