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Att^ruvy General ... .
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Secre ary oi state ...
.............. US Moore
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BURNS, HARNEY’ COUNTY, OREGON. NOVEMBER 18, 1899,
STI.VA REBEKAH Dezre« No. 13
Mett» every in »»<1 ::,l
Tillie Jor.lnn N. O.
Frankie In • lui Ree see'y.
A. O. U. VT. Burnt* Lodge. No. 17.
Mectscvery r’ridily nicht.
11 A Dillard, M. W.
E li Hojt. Kec.
from $5 to $75 an acre, according
to soil, location, value of improve
Summary of Current Events ments and state of cultivation,
i They have become state property
Silver lake, in Lake county, is through their former owners having
reported alive with ducks, geese gotten in arrears in the payment of
and swan—more than for many interest, as the loans had been made
too large in the first place, accord
ing to tiie value of the lands.
The 0. R. A N. Co. h.'s a coni-
pany of surveyors camped near
Barnhart] station, surveying new
roadbeds between Pendleton and
(DUtriet silver Advocate, Nov. 1st.)
some point below Umatilla.
Manager E. II. Te-t of the O. F.
The Second Oregon Reveille is Co. has been quite sick the past few
the title of a bimonthly issued by days.
two ex-volunteers of Albina, in the
Ex-Commissioner Altnow of Har
¡merest and for the especial benefit ney county, returned from a trip
of the Second Oregon ex-volunteers. east with cattie Monday.
The bout s of 10 dead Chinamen
W. R. Crawford, one of the Har
were shipped on the Areata, from ney blacksmiths, was in Ontario
Marshfield, a few days ago. They yesterday.
are bound for the Flowery King
Frank Gibler returned Thursday
dom. The lot weighed 125 pounds. from a business trip to Burns, hav
Last we.-k orders amounting to ing been absent a couple of weeks.
$10,000 had to be turned away / The Burns circuit court has
from the Bandon woolen mills, ground out ton divorce cases, and
which was so rushed with w< rk and litigants are being unhitched as
had so many orders ahead that it rapidly as the legal harness can be
was impossible to do the work.
stripp ’d from their tired backs.
Sheriff Withers, of Lane county,
has straightened tip the shortage of
Deputy Sheriff Day, and is today
the only man suffering for the crime
and ingratitude of bis favorite
deputy, says the Cottage Grove
1IARNKV 1.OIWE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
Meets at o.ld Fello.vs Hall. <•very Saturday
J 'I Halton N. li.
W V Klug, Secy.
A little miss,
A little kiss,
A little bliss,
A wedding—that is splendid;
A little jaw,
A little law,
Baek home to ma.
And, lo! the trouble’s ended.
Captian Scheepstna, of the Ger-
man bark Adolf, died at Astoria
Value of Immigrants.
last week, He was taken to the
Y’alning immigrants to tl <■
vessel arrived in th ) river, and was
United States in proporti" i to the
suffering from an attack of dvsen
amounts of money they bling
tery, which ha I taken him down
with them, the average German
C- A- SWEEX
before he left Kia > Chaw.
A l TORNi-lV A f L A W,
is worth lo us, in round number !,
To build a railroad from Klam $52; the average Englishman.
ath falls, down Klamath river. 60 $51, and the average Frenchman,
miies to a junction w ith the S >uth $ ¡7. The Belgian comes fourth
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
ern Pacific at or near Klamathon, n in the list with $45; the Turk
B urns , ............................ O regon . few miles south of th» Oregon and brings $351
(\>jieCvioDu, Land business, and Kcal California boundary, is the object
Estate ¡natter pronti t»\ atended to.
of the Oregon Midland Company,
who is the poorest of the lot, less
which has just been organized at
than $10. Admitting that other
J. IT llllil.-,
K. .VI. TURNER.
factors enter into the problem
BIGGS & TURNER
John Graiitt, a little, old man.
¡that anv man is worth tothecoin-
who has been lr rding sheep near
i munitv very much more, or !• ss,
is being sob red np at the
city prison, says th • Oregonian, 'than the contents of his purse, it
Practice in all the courts ut Orc. lie arrived in Portland seme time still remains true that the most
Collection» promptly made.
ago, in company with a woman, and desirable immigrant, as a rule, is
»’■ cke'bo •!. prove-
now he has swore nut a warrant for the man win
her, charging her with entering his jihat he has already learned to
G. A, K k MP. LD.
C. W. l’AKKl.'il room at night an I stealing ',-2‘l->.
earn money and sa.e it.— Ilotise-
PaRRISH &. REMBuLD,
Governor Geer has written * <
Atlvrney r-at-La w,
G-.-.'rsl Shaner to a-c rt’.in if M ss
Col. J. L. Torrey, the author
t ara» (m<l v .' y -•> City. < 1 < yon
Mona Bowman, a nnr-’. who w< nt
W1U pò,'lice In II......... . « • t Hnrt -
the bankruptcy law, and later
Grani t uuu’ie« nti‘i iti tP« b’ip. etite aurt '11t
eia e. ali . a.i- ;iui.
it.t l ■
war begin, and who recently re- the commander of a regiment of
turned to •''»n Francisco, could be rough rider-, found among his
grant d a fur!-High to enabl ■ her to troopers
two young men in whom
visit her fiieiid- in Oregon. Miss he has taken a gieat interest
B.wman was at one time head One of them. Charles Blake of
nurse at the S.i.ein hospital.
Sand creek, Wyoming, he has
Two hunters, T-.-rt B >rne« an! A sent to the Karsa« state university
JOHN W. GEARY
Lyman, suffered serious injuries for a full collegiate course, To
W. L. M.YR’DKN.
la«t week in I mon county, by ex- the other, Tri inan l ux of Sun-
Kb.Rb-Ci. & L l ARY.
plo. a of their guns, which th'-v dance, Wyoming, he has given
had lo ided with »mok' b ss pow derof I $5.000 for a course in art, to be
pili ski ■ • . u
too great strength f .r the w-a|>ou
begun in St. Louis and finished in
The left hand of each was badly Lond -1.
mang! 1. and Lvman was also
Ojie, il r .•■■.’
knocked --ns-k«» by b<-ing struck
The f lit wing story of a lac >ni.
>n the foreheal by a fragment of rhymster is told n the authority
of the New Y< ik O. -■ Tver:
A strong flow of natural gas ha’ , A travel' r na t a : eT r n ar a
l.i’vn -’ra on the firm of Ed Ash house in the backwoods, and the
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. lev. situate,1 in Malheur county and following colloquy occuired :
.T I >>PfF s 9.
four miles from Weiser. Idaho. A
r«“ Jffice at residence.
“Whose homer ’
crew has been b .ring an artesian
“What’s it built of?” ■•Log«
well well for some two u.o:,th- past
T 1 j bone No 21
‘•Anv neighbors; ;>• -Frog-”
and struck the gis at a depth uf
“\t hat’s the «oil ?” “B g«.”
IO24. an I it dr ive the m-n away.
“The elima’e.-'' ••Fog«."
Dr. H. I h ’- -i
“What do you cat.-" ‘Hogs
tri, d it w • I id ■' h It • •
“How do you ea'vh
and then the men had io ii’e their
ntn -st eixieafors to e«tin<ui-h tbej “Dogs.”
r north "f Pest fir-
fli-ijea and prevent the destruetc a*
rJi- f derrick and , • -r apparatus
!.. B G«*r, »Ute land ae-nt ’»rs
in tuiries for farm land» «re »ery
n jtneroa* at pres- nt. from partie«
in the Ea«t. <no have all the war
fr-.m $1,0»» »•»
ss‘ ,o fa,w’
Tbeetaten w * i s a'on'. 2”’farn.-
ve revTte«! to it »• a result
•ore suits, an*! th«’*- lands
¡ * ;it b I- a* » füo *’t>rrn-
; 'Uld be bought It >m pri-
t. e, ’¡«e prices varying
id. iv, consisting of maize ami vege
tables steeped in oil.
A Quiet Wedding and Hasty Ile
of a nation commences when gor
partlire for Neir York
mandizing beoms. Rome's col-1
lapse was well under wav when
slaves were thrown into the eel-
pots to increase the gamy flavor
of the eels when they came upon
the table. Household.
OREGON FORWARDING CO.
A Washington dispatch under
date of November 9, says:
Admiral George Dewey and Mrs
Mildred Hazen were married quiet
ly at the rectory of St. Pau 's Cath
olic church in this city shortly
before 10 o’clock this morning.
The ceremony was performed by May a Woman Tell Her Love Ì
Rev. James F. Mackin, pastor of
It is true it is unconventional for
the church, assisted by Rev. Joseph
a woman to tell a man that she
H. Foley, a- istant pastor, ami the
loves him unless thv man has per
Rev. Sidney Hurlbut.
suaded her to make such confes
We solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TR! Al"'' NT to all
As Admiral Dewey is not a Cath
sion. But is there anv good reason
olic, a special dispensation was
why a woman should not take the
required f >r tho performance of the
Is she any less a
ceremony, and this was procured
woman for so doing? A shy and
by Father Mtckin from Bishop
timid man may not know how to)
Curtis, vicar general of the diocese
tell a woman that he loves her.
Should the woman, who is of
The cereinonv was of the simplest
firmer faith and stronger mind,,
character according to the rites of
stand halting and waiting f r a
the Catholic church and the only
confession that may never coinè?.
witnesses besides the olliciating
Why should she Buffer in silence?'
clergymen were Mrs. Washington
------ AGENTS FOR------
By so doing may sbo not lose the,
McLean and Mrs. L tl'oir, mother man who loves her and also the
and sister respectively of the bride, happim -s of a lifetime as weii?2
and Lieutenant Caldwell, Admiral New Y’ork World.
¡VecCormick Harvesting Machinery
t Congratulation* and felloita lions
From the time that the mother
followd the eetciuunv »nd the
hinds the child's head till tho
Write uh for Prices.
wedding party drove directly t»»tho;
moment wh. n some kind assistant
residence i f Mrs. McLean, where a
wipes the damp from the brow of
wedding breakfast was served.
the dying we cannot exist without
About 12:2(1 o’clock the Admiral
All, therefore, that,
and Mrs. Dewey left the McLean
need aid have a right to ask it font
residence for the Pennsylvania
their fellow m-rials. None win.
depot where they took the train for
hold the power of granting aid can
New Y'ork. L it » th in a dozen peo
refuse it without guilt.
ple had congregated at the depot
and there was nademonstrntion as
The fusimi victory in Ne'raski,
they passed hurriedly through the
Drawn plan, makes cstimateH, ete. Bti'blii• :s pul up wii- >u tl .= h - • > •
won in tho faci- of a strong ri inibii
can current throughout thè coun Hi ur- e L’ivt'i. iii(’stimaD <
J "‘■‘a'i.nr.icti •»» ui ;r uiteed.
try. is a line tributi’ to thè personal
Peculiar nini Pertinent.
wortli of Mi. i ryau. Mr. Brvan’s
Judge«—Prisoner, it is your homo pvoplc believe in bis sineerity,
right to challenge the jurymen alility and patrioti-m.— 8p..kes
you object to.
We sell everything 70i; niay w:. .it
and our stock is complete in every
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
Brick Laying and
Pugili.-t -All right, mv lord; I
Poss II inna cannot lie. p the
reserve the r ght until after ihey
:- of his mmilh frimi d iop;>ii g
make their decision Tit- Jits.
ev. rv time he glanc s at the total
Reindeer meat as an ordinary
of the amount ii- spent in Ohio.
and i lexpensive feature of the
menu in Europe is about to be
come an accomplished fact. Some
The Thanksgiving number of
enlc-rptising Norwegians have un
S Hurd.iv Etneg Post, in
dertaken, under very favorable
s. po ins, pictures and
circumstances, to raise
general article’, will be the most
ast-. .vXYjriraÜI ;
I »«. ».»>-*..L.-^
mala in large numbei i f
gel i sued.
- u< d. In this number Rob-
An odd monum -nt v.
ert W. Chartioci’.t t’iis a season« MAt’HISE HOI’ ¡N <<)NNT< TIGN
by an elderly maiden
died a few years ago in
“1‘hr Hunter,” the romance I
Ireland. She left a fortune of
poacher': p ettv daughter. Otlie.
$135.0 .o to be spent in the erec
features are: Edwin Markham's
tion of a church, provided that her
latest poem, “The Lyric Seer";
b'nlv should be convertid Il to
“An Ele< trie Transaction," a tale
ashes and u-ed in making the
of the Transvaal w ir by Robert
< )l< I .< ;tiN,
m >rtar for the building.
Birr; “At Dawn,” by tt tave
EVERY BODY CAN DRINK GOOD IITI!
1 Iiingle—Well, old bov. how are Thai et, and “The Ministi r'-, 1 len-
b L. i * J«
’. cu getting along.- Biisiiies- im hfitise,” a droll story by C. B.
this number are “Lincoln a Can
£ w VÀ V
Jingle- (struggling merchant
didate and President,” )>v his old
A little. IVe succeeded in 1 ed
friend and political ally ,’Col. A.
ing i xpenses about $15 a week.
“That’s encouraging. How did K McClure and "Our New l’ros-
o oxo b
peiity,” by br ink A. Vatidct lip,
you do it?’’
A-sistant Secretary of the Treas-
••M irried mv tj pew riti r.”
• New Y ork Weekly.
The Thanksgiving number < f
A bog < f |o.r
The SatUiiLy Evening I’<
20 feet thick he-
be on a 1 n< w« stands Nov.
HOWARD SteRCL, PMi'Mwt
w. R. sconci,c
C. H. VOEGTLY
HAB DW ABE-0»
Ilarney Valley Brewery.
ridi' ei¿ ir
Five ailon kegs 82.00 de
your home in Burns.
Quart Pottles 01.' C a
. L -
('ompaliion r * 'al<-n<!ar.
: Z <
E'»-r* n*w -ul> id»r to the
->O V' Il .’C of I ni- Y oui il s
wrvNioN will rn' ive a bea
'Tin- calmdai «
■if <’t-hi :u V of de*
. a of
IQC» will surpa « any one of
It i* the last cal
ent ury and the pul»-
Drink less, Ihhcr ha c end- avored to maVe
I • . ' ■
• ti' ' I <J ■1 i i O'»'
Such a one
e by Mr. Evart» »o
less, bathe more; w wry
«T e », wo k
i at a (am < us banqv
Oti ri«ing, “My fri> nd«, more; waste lc” , gìvc m«r ;
ach I cmi ,
fatal been hai .ng turkey write le»», read moi
th »age. I wi inow pre-
ved 1er the p
*ith a rage stufl-d with
createsi cu turc on yq meal* a •ctip
A General Ranl’iiij ilusin • •> fr<>n*jacted
CORKESK j NDENCK
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