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œær I CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. AUGUST 23, 1899,
Russian Thistle Here.
begin making shipments. It is
Omaha, Aug. 19.—Fully 1000 twelve cat loads ci antimony will
The killing of alfalfa meadow«
Douglas democrat, assisted by i be shipped from this place mouth last winter bv the Febuary freezing
delegation of about 300 m.-mbers ly.—Winnemucca Silver State.
created an abuormal demand tor
.. . I W , of the JctTerson club of Lancaster
seed fur resowing and the local sup
M» I« M«ulLt
county, turned out today to attend
ply which has ordinarily been suf
U,„ J1»|J L ,
ficient for all demand» were scon
the Jackson club picnic at Svndi-
•rriciAL sinei TCRV
exhausted. To supply the trade
ari !•— orbo » N ’•
C .W. McBride. were accompanied by their families vet one o1 the leastkknown, lakes on merchants had to order from points
and, with the outsiders who cautc the Pacifie Coast is Pyramid Lake f ir distant and the scqual is r. vea’ ■
. ¡M. A. Moody
in Nevada. It lies about thirty ing that souie of the seed brought:
D. K. N. Bhiekbura to hear the speeches, they consti
Cliaiup Clark Speak
t e . (. « i. • ■ > I • •
u 1 pab
’r . • .*“ racnoa
FI Dual ar
C > M ••
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tuted a crowd of several thousand
Hon 1\ . J. Bryan accompanied the
. K S. Be*n. Lancaster county delegation.
Congressman Champ Clark of
> F. A. Moore
Missouri was the orator of the day.
BIÌf.TH Jf»ICIA\ »ISTRICT.
D. cui f ' m > lie declared the democratic plat-
. . W'.i Milht
. r. .< i • ■ '■(;■ f nr ui oi 1900 must ' e the same as
. J W Morru.v
■ that of 1896. Said he: ‘ The peo
ple understand precisely what they
c<l'í TY -•
.. Jtine* A SpBrroW want. They
want the Chicago
. H. BichardBon ;
,*) . J . C. Welcome platform and they intend to have
.A. J. McKinnon it unchanged ¡undiluted, unimpair-
j W Buchanan
’.<!») ..w .¿rcten H. They will break short off. as
X. K. lUchat’tiFen
& ! - -I’«’
you can break a piece of glass, the
i necks o* those who try to play them
a.»«» rr ». ». tvs»
' false. They are net in a frame o*
mind to be foelej with.”
Mr. Clark declared the over
shadowing issue of 1S96 was the
question of free coinage silver, and
r.’.l».K*H »err« ’«■<’
it will hold tho p si'.ion in 1900,
I L:»»«»ri . ’■ '■ •!
Regarding the Pliilii pine situation
Tiilio jyrumi *
Frtnkie Breutou Kee. t
he declared that President McKin-
i ley has no policy. He said:
. « • • Sure. L»a<t, s»- •-
1 “Us is letting things drift and
* * '»
i-.«.1 they are drifting to the de
I time our soldiers are l.cii’g killed,
and dying in. di- .•
I «ster.r ?» - e. *o. 77, i. » » r.
For what purpose, will anybody
I » •-
w I kU-S. ->« J ■ undertake to say? I defy an ex-
i pansionist to stand up and inform
U3 what the president’s policy is.
But some say, and more's th-- pity
and shame,some calling themselves
democrats. ‘The president is wrong
| but we must support the president.’
To this it has come at last, that we
must shut up our thinker», close
.I cur mouths, c.nd chloroform our
consciences in ordsr '.o be consider-
hl ,L ESTATE agent .
OREGON FORWARDING CO.
Tho tavorlta wlih thaughltul, cuitjr a
Miss Florence Lewis, who has
been the guest of Mrs. W. E. Trisch
since the Fourth, left for Canton
on Thursday’s stage.
The W. <-kly Or sonlan anfl thl« paner
give you all the news ot home, stale, the
Northwest anil tho nation.
The new stone cellar af II M.
Horton has bcm completed and i
in wa8 foul with Russian thistle, as kind in the county. Ilarrv Smith
thilt ‘lleaile‘1 w.eeJ » begining to ap the mason, will now put bis whole
pear in considerable quantity in force on th» new brick building of I
some of the meadows that were re C. II. toegtly and push it to com
miles nerthenst of Reno, and ab->ut
twenty north of the Central Pacific
Railroad at‘Wadsworth, says t_
Pacific Bee. Ths lake is forty miles
in length by ten in breadth—near
A gentleman w ho is thoroughly
F or S ale —A house and two
ly twice as\ large as Lake Tahoe
aquainted with this weed, having
bl*eksin Morrison addition, incl..s-
The Trtukee river, which is the
had large experienea with it tn
cd, land in good cultivated condi
outflow from Tahoe, discharges in
Dakota where its see.! was 1 rought tion, two good wells, large ice house
t > Pyramid. Tahoe is about (>,000
in by Russian immigrants .and sown lime house, limekiln. Will sell for
feet above the sea level, and P> ra
for stock feed, has kindly brought half cash, balnnee on one, two or
raid is about -1,000.
Netr the shore of tho lake is a to this office a well developed speci- three years time. Call on or ad-
cf the plant, and a« the mission “fjjress,
cave in which many human bones
M. Zr.ic.KNn ».
have been found. There is a tra- he Mattock is to conserve the inter
J4tion among the Indians tint a ests sf the people we hasten to noti
baud of Bannocks were once star- fy them of its presence in these
ved tojleith^n this cavern, at a valleys.
It gr0Wg much like the tumble
time when ihc Bannocks were at
war with the I’ali Utes. Many weed only more upright and when
Indian arrow heads of a kind un mature break- from its rout at top
like those us,.d by the I’ah-Ute», ,.f ground and like the tumble weed
have been found among the bones. is rolled about bv ti e wind and
a fact which lends probability to thus distribute s its seed over a
great arsa of country. Fortunately
the truth of the legend.
the sagebrush here will obstruct its
travels and thus greatly curtail it«
' .-pleading. It h .s a net die leaf like
Shecpa.cn are bent on imprving
phie. rcc.mblcs the tomato plant
the:- flock?, sir e there is a sign in,'" color and when young is readily
\Ve solicit your trade and juaranteo FAIR TREATMENT ta all
We sell everything you may want
and our stock is complete in every
Ai’cCcrmic'c Harveistlnc Machinery
»iS'A'ril» ni for Frira».
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
the business horizon that wool ¡--: eaten by stock.
or no wattr
going to bring good money in th-’ j
near fu ure, savs the Denye» Steck- 'and will grow ¡wherever sagebrush
man. There is a greater demand will thrive. When ripe the bares
fsr fir.# bucks just now than there '
mxkri citiirat' i, etv.
[it. up witkii tks
lias been for years.
It would' ' are woody and tough and as danger-;
figure® givtn iee»ti«ates.
not be surj.risir g if some rangeman ous to tackle as enraged porcupine (
would not soon be adding a small
lloek of sheep to their h< ! '.in ’; to invited to call and examine
run with the cattle. In west Tcx-ji sp. oimeu of the thistle in tUl
as some cattl* men have tried this See.—Ontario Mattock.
and have found that sheep Allow
•‘No, if the presidentis wrong, he ing the cattle arc a positive bci efit
I ■ » i ' c . js ,r. bind st 11» y»rd. i tF'l’Mitr-it n»t!»y h|H
University cf Oregon.
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should be made right. If he will through keeping down tho reeds,
c r G .
V (1. n ’ "
S P Cut O«l •,
oäsgoit riot cease to do wrong, he should be and some of the finest ar.d best
Vi ’ ' -
¡..o t lu lets t i;e I'd va
TUITION ; rie .
tiñóte fr'’.™ V»’ i-hín^tcn.
:<• Practico b.far» V- » I sail Oiler
bounced, as he will be ro soon as cattle ever marketed were taken
. 1 • .
• rii rto « Ri
Sept IX I ¡99. ’.icn. V. • i.
¿H»- ■ r m l. fr»«
the American people can get a from a pasture in which ran a1 Fir»t terms beg r.s
Our Í- r not <1
ttil p-.trr: i» •cenr' 4
¿ .tenta, «itM
crack at him. In the interim, ctn- large flock
of sheep. Perhapsi
• i •
JSBMW.O»*BV grtes should
restrain him from when the sheep bnstn.ss picksup'
malie» i te , Graduate.« frosu the 10th
farther expenditure of American a little more stockmen will realize
grade and from all a •< r dited tcl.oob
r. * i cv<i.
i >i.3 f
blood and American treasure, in these facts, and on almost cv»ry
■ aduiiit J will out examination
his career of 'criminil .> gn -ion’ ranch there will be kept a large
n \f»t for ti.« 5
Physicians and Surgeons.
Student» cot fully prepared to co
for that is what lie himself d. fined herd of sheep in addition to the
ter, can tale »'«die» in which they ar.
cattle lh*t graze npou a thousand i
i ‘forcible am < xstiou’ to 1».
deficient, in the Eug tie ( i'y High
‘ If he lias not satlicient onursgo hill?,
0« v at rrt-.itni-t.
Xo- ' »
and -'oriitude and strength to resist
l'< r catalogue* and further ii.forn.a
preeure of the gamblers in human
lion, addreva the Prciidehl or lion J
TO TM El lb • - 1 lie
blood and lives, who a:e bolding
J Walton, See. Eugene, Orc.O i
rtr-/*y for Conitnn; ;. .a. E/ Us tim../ >*
GIO. S. SIZEMQIiB,
■ . I. "* 'r
him on this evil.and ruinoas cour e
Portland, Or., Aug. 18.—It is
P ^lrntly c .r.-.t. So pr wf-positlvs sm I
oi rt5 po-’-.T But I consider it ir.y duty to
Slated that Henry Villard, the well
From the Canyon Nrws
<'.!». ,■«!., Land k««ui««r «nil 1. « president who has. Il’s name, too
Z-: ' ‘
z. I . . .- < .
r . rs
E.:«te ia*' «r prowl Hv »'.twi.ùrd tu.
who have Consu:"[-t.' .n.ït.r- at, Br >:xhUI or
it William Jenning- Bryan of Ne B. Hammond, pre-blent of th" .'.»
W. J. Coleman hr.» gan» to
ex,■'reis an.1 p .ttoffice address. Sincerity,
■ tori a A Columbia River "ailr-ad Burns on business'
t. A. SLOCUM, M. C., Hl tVsil it., Tew T;:t.
g*- Th« Fl.' rial end S bi I lsm M«n«reme’H «I
and of the Co:va’lis r.i. l Ea> ern,
I . w »♦»•
U/Mir! --W Cbtw.^4
Frank Metchan is on the *i'k
have obtained immens'1 tract- of list, at his home in Silvies valley.
DIGGS & TURNER
Mrs J. W. A-hf>r! is rueticating
During his visit here r■■ imtly.
Reports have reached tl.i« < ty
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
The best way to buy any
th» Warm Spring» for a few days.
that a band of sbeepj was fir- I into Villard went over Harttuond'a
— — — — ontaox.
is to borrow it first.
Mi-s Mayan- Cozi ! has return* d
a few days ugi on Bully crc< k and line« and made a thcroi gh ir.ve.-t-
Prs ti e in .11 the courts of Ore. a number kill» 1 and wounded. It Mtion of the cour.trv. While noth- frttn a pleasant outing at th'
< U.t a package cf Sc/iil-
Collections promptly n ‘do.
is also told that the theepmen at ing definite i« known regarding the springs.
ling's Be/ tea oi your
the time were on or near the ranch object c f Villard , visit over these
C. E. Kenyon and aife,of Burns, grocer,
lie pays you your I
of a settler, "Which caused the trou lints persistent rum r are afloat were in town sov< ral day s )a«t week
money tack if you don’t I
ble. Considerable t'«ullehas hsp '.list lie is w. .rk'l .1- th» in r< -tof Mr Kenyon is secretary of the L.
5. \T. MILLER,
pened in that section of country some trans-continental Un ■ which F. Co., at Burn».
this summer between sltcep m»n in'eml» to cross southern I.lai o and
Iz-on Brown a prominent Lusi-| "It is a startling fa t th-t .1 ■■ ’t
without eacepi.oti, the ail
and the settler». The reperter did roach Portland by way . f the Cur
n* s - tn- ■ of Burns » as in o'.r town teas are danger', is Io health
not learn the name cf tk owner ■: tail:.« A I. »tern. I'he Burlington
H»t week on business Mr. Brown •I them are actaally j
the eheep Cred into nor the a
is on Lit way home from P< rt
— NY Jira.’Z
of datr.ag» done, neither d< es the coast and it is not improbable tl.it
Eagle vouch for tho truth of the
Yes; some- not all But
J W. Bij»* esc - 1 * fr >ii the
rumor, but gives it for what it is interest - f that road.
that isn’t the point. You
springs last SaturJay a id to It his
niYSXCIAN A SURGEON. worth.—Long Creek E.igle.
1. kAYJ.uDY <1N DRINK GOOD BREN
drink tea because you lik
“Hui to the
1-s it r«sitn e*-
P iHand to lx- in atten iacc? at the it--not because it is goo 1 I
w-rda by N. J Ju
Borax Compaio \ Office
Telephone No 21
7., M Brown ha.«
Indicated bv District Court next w k
md Plastering a
c. S VOEGTLY
MARSDEN & GEARY.
longest lived and Lightest Oiatt ffiowirs, Raisf uí lirtiri
in We Mill
Harney Valley Brewery.
Quart B:ttb: <31.JO a dozen delivered in Bums.
Compar«y hia rented the K¿< ¡
» uildirg. next dror
nn’e undertaking eetabli*’
aud will u»e it f r a
>!«< â •
*. yw w.% «
W •’ - V*
two Salem men t<
and General k>
will be donat 1 t
burine? c f thB cot
Wh»r y <i ». ! v •
carried nn iu th ■*
call up 'p 1 one N q 16
r < laird
It it fitted that the comperi-.-
Call up ’pfc..
haf an antin.ory mine r.er Rig
on ih .rt r.'
Creek, thif co-Mr, sad «
• - r.’jor G( er
F. L Stratton ar.d wife r of f-'enor a |
L at.n y wer« in town last week Mr S:ratv>a
g a tea. hi r's
of the Fong w«» eng <g»d ... '
The wholesome tea is
also the best-tasting S< /¡:l-
Hngs lic'.t —at grocer» in
Dr. Price's Cresm Bakiwr Few ¿st
MMMaea r» ••
Five Î alien kegs $2.00 delivered at
your home in Burns.
Teleph one TKTcz>. ö
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