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■ 11 TUB LAB6EÌT CIRCULATION
ABT MBWaTAPBR LN THIS COUNTY.
I-ity a Barr Bro« Oregon Knife —
R A Miller 4 Co.
1 ■ E Kenyon returned from Vale
It is reported that A Gitting« is*
John Ilarpi-r entne up from
Grandma Phillips is no better.
J. L. Hembree & Co
Scalp bounty blanks at this office
Jas Pitie and wife are dawn from
Tom Jenkins is over from Stein
the Cow creek today.
------ DEALERS IN------
Dude McClain anti family have
• ne to t!i» Williamett valley.
Only a few Chain Mowers le*t nt Dude to; k sev.-r.*.l head of horses to
Sheriff McKinon and W. M.
W e had th. pleasure of shaking C II. Voegtly’s. If yeti »»nt one- | «ell.
K ilby , -
- O hf .«« n .
; Johnson have returoe.i from
-ra*etu. bands with Dave Cary yesterday
vesterdav come at c-nce.
Mrs. Ji ■ Martin arriv’d in Burns
on Silver Creek where
J. F Boyle, the photographer, is
J 1 Mbhon is in Burr.« o.i busi
Chip Smith and n ife r< turned last night from Idaho. Mr. and
Shilling’s Best Coffee
you will find a nice line of Dry Goode, Groceries and
i now prepared to do all kinds of ■ etsper pound at X. Brou-n from California Sunday, Th-’v re Mrs Martin will oocupy rooms at
Hardwaro. We solicit your patronage
1 first class work.
[ the Lee Caldwell residence f>r the
purt a good rip but Terr war ta.
Island City flour quality No 1 at:
I ■-*. Geer X Co will toun have an
ll.oo per sack.—N. Brown i Sons. 1
John Hembree was up from the
MivsOllie Frye wishe« us to an I
|Mev*tor in operation at their hard-
Nvwell Hall was shaking hands
Narrows Sunday. What is the at nounce that she has dispensed
C A, Bonr.ttt was over from!
■ ware 6tore.
with her rooms up tmvri and those with friends on tin strest the first
Crane on hu«ene«s last week.
Ladies and Misses Shirt Ladies fine Xi nd Shoes desiring mending and cloths ('lean of the week. Newell says that they
Racine Bro’« have anything de
have just started to put up hay in
ed can now find her at homo.
»¡red in the hardware line.
h's section of the country.
: A ’■ Brou'n,
pairat X Broirn S' Sons
Mrs. A. J. McKinnon returned
Ride a Rambler bicycle. Racinv
A meteor caused eon«ii!erable
If you want a piano or organ call
Mrs. Bartlett of Drew»* y arrived' from Harney «here «he had been consternetion in Line tho other
Bros, agents. See their and this
or write the City Drug Store for in the city Saturday on a visit to | visiting friends the latter p-irt of
night, says the lone Post. Its com
All kind» of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machi aery,
fr:end« and to purchase supplies. last week. Rhe reports that Mrs.
ing was so sudd» n that for several
M H. Brenton has received eon;»-
Plow», BicycleJSundri«», «tc.
I.ee Hiser» It and A D Dickcn- —Ontario Advocate.
minute« it w.v.« rea'lv thought that
nice new bu’gie« and carriages tv
! son and famliex have gone to the
Dr. Horton accompanied II. E.
the millemutu had come. It ap
be used in the Re4 Front barn.
I A iiliainette vallev to loc«.*
There will be an ice cream social parently st.-uekthe earth just above
Thompson to the I. S. Geer X-Cc-
Mrs. Ella Caldwell is selling herj
hpeent bargins in pillow case.? saw to ll the first of the week for a | at the Barnes school house next the clill opposite the hotel, and
entire stock of millinery at co.--’.
Sunday. The ladies will a-rve ice when it reached the earth great Garden Seed« aid Sportine Goods.
bed spread« for the next ten little recreation.
Great bargins in all lines.
eream from 11 a m. until 5 p. m stieaks of very bright flashes of
R. A. Millet X Co.
There are a few guittrv, banjo
C. Cooper, book keeper for th- :
" J ' ' I The proceeds will go toward buying light were thrown in » very direction.
M:s p'.ebe Keller expects to violin«, nnd mandolins left at the, an organ for the school.
“P” ranch, was in the city the first
Give ns a call aad w«fwill C.nvinc» yaa thaï w. c«, ... k ,,
leave for southern Oregon soon City Drug 8t«r>. Do you *.mt
vf the week.—Vale Gazette.
price« than anyone.
'Viiere she will teach this winter.
There will be asocial dance at
bl.eksin Morrison addition, inch’s
Mrs. J E. Robert who has been
Locher’s hall Friday, July 28
The largest and best lino of Ladies '
ed, land in good cultivated condi-
quite s:ck the past week with
c'" tion, two good wells, large iei house
and gents watches to select from
Music by James.
silitis is rapidly recovering.—On ,.
'in Bums at tl.e City Drug Store.
lime house, lime k-.ln. Will sell for
haif cash, balance on one, two or
J. L. and \’> alt r Cross, ace. tn—
Monarch axle gre»«e first i-lar« three years time. Call on or ad-
BATLÎÏ 4 WATERS, Fierstitast.
panied by the latter’s v. ife and little
also best quality of ¡dress,
| son were in Burns last *1 hursday.
(Iptak(it made by Jtw
M icliii » oil, at Racine Bros Call i
M, Z iioixfi '».
Stetson Co- - j V- Broirn <S- nemcniber X- Broirn A and get a sample.
*- 1' Ausmug «as i visitor to
j Burn« since aur last issue.
Lid and Scott Ilayes
from I.awen last week.
—Titr T imks -II bbai r> «nd Ore-
np foni«n for Í2 in advanc.
I. S. GEER &
Tin Shop in ’larnev O©,
The Burns Bar
Sons carry their goods
L. C. Grout and J C. Creasinan j
hate bought the B R Porter plxces ;
480 ncrc-8, on the bead vf the ii’.ar.d.
Sons are closing out their Now Jor»»n«rn h,s been in Chi-' L. B. Springer has been in Burns
sum mer goods—everyth ing •c-!*o in per« m and if you will go to j fur several days, ■‘Dad’, r.ill so»n
hi* place you will see ns fine a lot i be a resident here having bought
Tine Wlnea. îaiQUots
«áJ-Courteess treatment guaranteed.
Mrs. C. A. Byrd has moved her of goods *ns ever was brought to the Geo Hajev property opposite
Long Creek ».ill havi races again
urns. To sec is to be! i-.-ve, there-; this ol'.ice and also purchased one
c across the
used to be a difficult art.
this full, cotamencieg Septen.l vr C- .•.nd is located in front part ef tl;.- fore go and see.
af the lots where the Presbyterian
now. Anybody can
and continuing four ilays. Pur- ■ furniture store.
Waller Clevenger and wife -s ili I church stood. II? informs us he
to the amount of v525 have been
leave for Burns this seek to look «ill merely attend toother people.« take pictures. Manufacture's now
J:-.; - Comcjvs, th» Tailor, L.*.s a
make Cameras which anyone can
at the country. F. Il Murray will busin,»«.
, fine lot of goods from which t
of the undertakiag
Groceries have advanced , niahe Mju flnd Wf priceg #re rra- have
When you find «n item of neat operate, and they furnish acces-
call up 'phone No. 1C. It will be
in\thepurchasing nu ets\M call and see him li r st establishment
i sories and chemicals in such shape
of 1 he proprietor.—Ontario Advo* appreciated,
but .V- Broirn 4' Sons ,
door north of the postoQice.
that the fin shing of p itures is an
selling at the same loir i
■ Judge Clifford came over from
prices as heretofore-
SiiiNur.EsI S hin :t.r •! Partie.« de
I Cany.n Monday. He returned lc-
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Garrett wer,‘1 day accompanied by his little sister- siring shingles can find them nt I *
Notice is hereby given that for
,, S Geer di Co's saw mill McKii ny .
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam’- in-law .r,,J
Mildred . Hazeltine
and , will
purpose of making an ex.-imi
Miller last Saturday. We did not at ence go to tho mountains for a A Sparrows saw mill, Seth Bower
of ail person» who mav of
Complete Outfits, including
<t Co’s and Lon Seaward’« at IIar-
talk with J C although he »tated few weeks’ outing.
fer thenselves as candidates for
that he waa anxious to see the ed
| J. S. Kenyon and family arrived A. K Richardson« «’jingle mil!
teachers of the schools of thie| Cameras and everything neces-
here last Saturday from Baker on
county, the county board will hold , .-.art t« finish pictures from
Warren Curtis and Scott Hailey a public examination nt thr «cliooi
Prof. Kittcredge has given up the a visit to relative« and friends.
summer normal term owing to the Mrs. Ki nvon is not feeling very of the Narrows. Harney cou-itv, house in Barn«, beginning at I’,
small attendance. He left on hi»| well at this writing and is under c«me in ve.xterd.ir with weol for J. o’clock a m. WcJnesday. August
IL Neal of Happy Valley.—Oritur ‘ 1898.
Call am! see these outfits ami
wheel Sunday morning for Silver the care of a physician
Dated this l'J h day of Julv‘91).
Lake to visit with his relative fo
ths kind of pictures which can be
Herxian I.auen will leave on the
W. C. Brith,
a few weeks.
taken with them.
Wo cordially invite o:jr friands
n R sta: e tomorrow and will stop
Cl inty Soln.ol Supt.
Chureh cf Christ, Scientist, Si r at Harnev fir a fi-w days after
< ITY 1>B CO STORE
the celebration. We ‘
vices Sunday at II o’clock a m. ■ which he will go to Eagle V.-.’’~v to Bums far
and 7:30 p. m., Sunday School at look for a location
If that «vetion have a nice assortment of fancy i
il. M. Ho.*, ms, I’ropt.
10 o’clock. Wednesday evening do s not suit him he till jo to Cal-' orockerv, lamps ect and »ill be i
In the Circuit Court af tl.e State of
pleased to show our goods.
meeting at 7:30 at the rc»:de::cc c: ifurr.ia.
Oregon for Harun-,• county.
Ba ink B ros .
Mr II. E Smith.
Messrs Brisco and father. White,
NOTICE FOR PIl.I.iCATlON.
Levis L. Slancbf', Plaintiff i
There were 700 :.ero cattle driv
NoTICB—Hare you * farm for Green and Dennis left for tiie I. S.
I'. «, LAND OFI ICE, BLBN’M, OREGON
sale or fur rent, or do you know of Geer <t Co saw mill Monday where en into Ontario Inst evening for Lulu E Stanclifi, Defendant)
To l.i u E I nnclift, the a Lorr Niitli’» ! r hrrfb- 'he tha' the following
any person holding farming lands they will pick out a lsrge bill of shipment, ai d the work of hudimrl
t ntj.i-'i »< th bat iL.-'l ¡ m tire « f hit I’ tMtit •<!
to i inki' I!tut. | .••• f i utippGN < f Ii • » lafnt, and
that they wish to dispose of? If lumber for the Burns Building Co will begin today. Part • re from uani -J ili-fi-ndai t.
: ;,1 ■ p . .
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In llic tame of the state of <‘n-.:<n. m i.H ¡Urt . er I b. I.at.'l Dfl*< •■ nt Buri.aOr-gon,
Emigrant creek where John Devine's at Alvord and part
so, please write to any O. IL i N and c > o'1
Ballard T > a«» • r
H*1 1 i i r • N » •*»■• :»jr t h
, N W 4 aua N1
agent and he will send you a circu thev will fi-“b fur » far.- dty» before from Crook county.—Ontario Ad 1 oa arc luviby nquind t > nppr«r N'E'4 Her •_*, T i*. > Il '»•*’. r
lar that will interest you.
hie < «Hiiintious icbKfvfir* np<)n and rnltiva*
you in the above caiillid suit uillilh j I ii.,:)
i I rai'l Li ¡'I. \ z J> I’. L< . L-y rn I I *e
Tbos. Jones arrived home fre.m
e*1 r. f 11» f i r* >(ou. J 1 • bi I’ h, of I'auU
Chi* Levi .ill be in Harney trn da h fimo the d.Ui- of l’.e s-ni - I.-1«
Ex-Governor A. II Bur!.» of
ijh , < l arka i. I.IJIm*i.»vl F t.'-.OreK« n
Baker ls«t Thurvd ;V aecomptiiicd county for the next three months
of ;l.i- summons rf n yon. if n-nc-l
North Dakota, now land office in
hi. .». Ilctfli-er.
by Mrs. Jones' f.atb»r J G Sts; les. and you are r • jtj«s!ed to • i»o vaur within ili:< Conn: ; or if -.- •.••! uiili-
V pet tor and Capt S. A Math».-.*
Mr. Staples likes cur p’-ice and
hides, pelts, fur a. 1 horse liar in any o-’.i-r ('utility if tliii Statu
special land agent, both of r.!..r
much snprised when told it had also all copper and I ri-» he will thin siltiin tm-iity
r Ji • ’ • • • T: I
la th- date :. Ji r:: i . a - r i ii v ;*l'Bl.li
have their headquarters at W -.’h
A I .-■>
' I . ri built in such a few y»ars. He pay the highest cash price, He of the st rviee of this su'nino'iuj.- n
t- 11 » > & * r»rca. * t «t n»«, o» t»o»
ington, I). C. arrived in Buri.» lift
July M, lft'J.
is regaining his he-.llk. which has has a‘ gone neck" wag- n and a I you. or if si-rved by j utlieaiio.i, thin
Sunday on official business.
- » he»<
g- * • ■ •’ *’ ' .'mpLanf*
>f the art of < otißr< at of
■ be provlgl
ii.it be»n poo l aad ’ ill rrms n keri gray team, I’un't m»k* a mistuk*- -• i or before tlu Hili day *•! S'-pti'nlu-r, | with
... i -
•An a<*i ,f >r th* «ale of
We have received a new lit of I fo.- some time.
int« a of • allí r ir-, Oregon
1899; and if you fail to -o answer or i i ip ■•- laiula i ij
in tlm man.
r' - i trt ¡or-." a* > tend
letter heads, eovi.-lopcs. nil size*
e ■ at A
■tf.t rw.-i- | Ir:.d, for «..nt ihereof, tin t l 1“ ti
D *•• ' • iDf r cf
Linsi erg X Dalton arc building
.9 i 1
Sam King ha« i ught on« of the plaii.liff r.ill apply i<> ll.t- i • urt above ' II* s-
hr* * » • *., fi p i !•
note heads, card board, bill heads,
ate-« • eLt
¡ , fnr the
up their trade
t th!» - I
lots where the Presbyterian church i-rilixled. fi.r the ri lief <h-m i. ó J in ll.t ! pure j 19'
«. ■•/*.. ¡.i Ip ."
statements, etc an 1 are now ready
un'o others as thev would b»ve
to turn out ¡>11 kinds of j-U - at a . «
firm rlv stood and rrill build n res pLiiniilfa cor..p!.i.i.’ lied 1...rr-iu, to .
figure owing to a speciil sale. Our oth< rs do unto them, by giving you idence on it this f ill. It is Us in wit:
1 the V
’the worth ofvout money. Always
Tint the narriuz1 e .rtrn : n w ex ' >r<; .
stock is firi-l class. Send in votir
trnii n to put i.p :• large «ellsr and
courteous, kind and accommodat
»*<1 c p®
He i «mt*
keep vegetables f ,r sa'e during the
i Hurt •. Or«}.-«»
ing, this is what
I iy ray.«,
I sad Mr. Mor\
Dr. L. E
land what every body »avs must be
hi» h.'.y r»neh tn J T Ware and r. .1 lor S'K-li other »nJ further «cli- f as to
pt r : * »«!*•': r. ^ß.f‘'9* ' : •
;. the Stein itrue> Tl »' have rt -r.C'- uni ad-
n. who h f
urt and iq .i’y may «cení iue»t a'. * * •• r I
alto dispose of Ills stock as be con the
; - i
• -. tl weeks, cat:- ed over 100.0G1 • ) 1 ■ 1« cf freight
andj'i.t in tl.<- preuii-ei, i: d fur plain- of 8*t u i i.er, 1»
-A lUVIf. I'.». ’ «■
in mat »“tk and have gone to the e.insisting of all kind-of dry goods
tl.er.*. IL- will
devote hi- e:.t:re t fl • co*t« a:d di 'lursctni uta h rein.
enjoy- .grocer:»-.- ur 1 pr >vivi ’ns.
Dr. Ilibl ar 1 [
Tf.i» »muni ns ii published by < r!-t
at I.is n. >'
ing much b.tt.r hralth »nd thinks are after your trade—prices and
on M rt n D. < l.C -id, Ju* ye i.f . n « J
ranch and will move to Burnt dur
some of locating in Burns pc: ma kind treatment is wbat teih.
entitled Court,* ma*l« and
ing the winter tex von where Li«
I. -. «.», it r < : a r.-. V« o « r - . «.
J E Ba; *n, who left for South son will have advantage of the entered l!»e P th d»j * f July, l&W. in
i that fh» f*
-• • •*
sg -. returned public school.
The hors. wnrke-I to the dump • •» C»r< ; '» • matii
• fl 9 !•»’•!' loi
Turns la »
cart at the White Front barn to *
a<!e • f t • ■ • K- • *r
Or., f th- 1>1‘- ball teem here in
a f.'ir’ a Or* .
an early spin Monday m-rning ■ t),P’oo 1 ep fm 1 «oft on the
! I ar .<• H I
!. 4 M II.
with cart attached
Hi ¡ran f-oni Cascade« to cro«s. He was taking
near C. A. Saeek'» fenc» east of Mr. C larence Luckey and b«Ly M
¡1 E. R
a g'.. I purs»-of f z" .‘or T ) f >r a
town to the stable n ».ng c > far as Eug'ne and r.:i- n he «truck
i.f I urna 0
seri'-s of gam»-« l>«t'veen B-ir:
* H»nt R*gfr ef
time and bre ’. -tig i.otlni g—u ■ "
turned back but Mr* I.n?key r.o-ild '
it was a record
in Sept»ml-«-r, than the fir.t p'
Menn McKian n and Newmon n tjurn ‘ ! •. i -k and fit iing t’v
I ■ -
• • •
’ it » ere n t l->«ded st the
have moved the I-;
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Mtn are u * tnt>d in htnj- »«:» •rr: r. AT
foot >f the mountain unleaded her far»» av and to pay nil around
C. H. Voegtly to China B- :> » lots.
wo P l r ge Hu w<»!. • Tlio»* tak
They bad some La I luck breaking
ii'ini'ing » long job r r n find of >•
both the skid« placed under tb*
»•Lt heferc t ,r tcurmi.i -it elcaed
! ■ - •
al this ranch
ll’uen • « A
!*ui'.1iig «n I final’-.' ’ ;
ya-1« bad tb»re toeing aU til 9 miles l*eid»-« t! - •» cl ihs could not «pare
pos ti<*n without the back part on
,r J t: e an I '■tt.:-
o' < ■: • Z
wheel«. Thev h»v» good leim« an.1
• re MVuttniw 1 t » ir.uvmg
that they 1 i • •
■mu;: ■■:•••! <••
re r < a
' < r
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V7c Sell all These Articles
12urn»-Ccnyon St«Qc Lin*
Metichxn 4 Corad, contract«r».
Carryiuj U. S. líails and Kastern Orejón Exprste
Ltare Burna Tue«day,Thur«day,8aturday,far Canjeo City
ictírrtedints .>«i«t», Far» >4.
W. H. KELLEY
HOUSE PAINTNG & PAPER HAECÍ^
Shop firtt door north of lb:« .®u..
—Carpet» Hid for 41J00 to Si 50 E«ab.—
Reaidtoc. Errs«« ITotjl, Burn», Or.g.n.
Why Doh't Yen Hide a
IBest Wheel on Earth. Cheep,
Durable and JLight Running.
WE ARI. Ai. IN TS
------ Fniltr ia
AMM. NITION. BICYCLES. PAINTS. WALL TAPIR. F.RUSn«
¿tf^Gira the a a Call.
J. II DENNIS
C M. GREIN
Dennis r& Gieen,
Paper 11 angers.
Sign tad Carriage p.inting a «pseially
<®~.chop firtt doer
eilt of Walcets.'f drug «tor.
îîopKins <fc Tïtintor,
New Harness & Saddle Shop. r
rt««T n- oB*l i
r Joioiaill’«, vaia
■ ' uri nateci
HA ND-MADE;» A BN ESS AND STOCK SADP’
urhW. m.ke (oo*i. w. kn»* vit (iv.
i «T «r¿ ».« o. txfor. I •< ng
IfarrtM and Svid a baa
PI I A f.IbU bFATIT t