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previous to the interference of the Stone, mother of Mies Ellen M.
J. W. Broos. B rzmimxt axd actum . VA£"”tEvn|B Vn s-rsEsmrsT.
United States, is found inthecon- Stone, is sinking under the strain
- dition of the non-combatants gath of anxiety concerning her daughter.
MrB. Stone is more than 80 years
«ATURDA Y. O« TOBE R 1» 1901.
ered into camps, says the Orego-
old, and has been in feeble health
' man. According to official re-
JIHAN K Ylli»
for years. Her condition now is
______ Ituii!« made to the British war such that her friends fear that she
whom : fault ?
,1* will die of the suspense. Every
We arranged and received our Fall and Winter
month of August a total of 137,- effort has been made to keep the
the season and now our line is complete. We are . *
Noiv that the excitement and 1 gjg of these hapless creatures— details of the situation from her in
fill orders, it matters not how large or small, with "*
A General Bankin« Busine*» Transact« d.
turmoil caused bv the assassina- women, old men and children— order to save her from the shocks
on the market If the money for exp-uses
Directors: W- Y Kin«.
I. 8 Geer
lion and death of President Mc in these camps.
Within that of alternate hope and despondency
W. E Tristh,
J C Welcome.
Kinley has somewhat subsided, month 2345 prisoners, of the type as vaiying news and reports are
road for supplies. Let us quote prices. Call with T, , |j
the partisan as the conservative known in Cuba under Weyler’s spread about regarding Miss Stone’s
and we will convince you that we can save you monev
is able to think reasonably and rule as reconcentrados, died, of fate.
calmly, a word concerning the whom 1878 were children. This
Cornelius V. Collins, superinten
“why« and wherefores” of the is a death rate of 1.7 for the
of the Auburn State Prison,
anarchist might not be amiss.
month, or about 20 per cent a
That anarchism is the product year; that is to say 300 in each will send a request that Secretary
of lands watered by the tears of thousand—a rate that would e.x- of Stale Hay designates an official
representative ot the government to
FRANK SMITH Propt., ONTARIO, OR.
an oppressed 1 and " down-trodden
terminate the whole body in five
be present al the electrocution of
people, few doubt. Italy, Rus-' years. The homes of these peo-
Czolgosz murderer of President
sia, Poland, where the iron hand I p|e )iave been burned and their McKinley. Only 25 witnesses will
The Largest Hotel building in Malheur County
of tyn any and haughty aristocra-j farm!l devastated in order that be present in the chamber of death
Best equipped, best managed and most popular hos
cy rule relentlessly and cruelly, they may not be able to assist the when the sentence is executed. It
M. F itzgerald , P resident
F. S. R ieder , S ecy axj T i -««./ a
telry in Eastern Oregon.
these ate the governmental soils men in the fighting ranks. The was stated at the department of
B iggs & T urner , A ttorneys
in which tlie sullied thought takes British army, a little more hu prisons today that reports that
HEADQUARTERS FOR HARNEY COUNTY PEOPLE.
root and thrives because it has mane than that of Spain, feeds Cholgosz is in a continuous stale
much to feed upon. If the con them a meager ration, but they of collapse, and that he breaks down
First-Class Bar in. Connection.
ditions and burdens of these peo have scarcely an apology for and weeps every time anything is
ple were lightened in their coun shelter, and very little that civil said to him concerning the electro
and Title Guaranteed
tries, the remainder of the woil«l ized people call care in sickness. cution, are false. Superintendent
Collins had a talk with the con
To all Lands in Harney County, OfWCstf
would be less troubled with the
demned man some days ago. C'zol-
monstrous specter of anarchism.
Herr Most must serve one goaz expressed no fear as to the
These people, after hearing
year for publishing seditious arti i electrocution, but said he would .
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office in Bank Bi—~~~
much about the- freedom and lax-
cles regarding the assassination. not care <o goout side of the prison, j
ity of this country, and being en
for he believed the people would ,
couraged by outside influence for
New Jersey asks for the sup
selfish purpose s, liied themselves
P Ä DTT IT
0 Ä T AAV at rid
Vf out that the spring season is on
this way as soon us possible— pression of all unnicorporated
About every two weeks I will be
us we naturally turn tozuard took-
their nation glad to be rid of lawlessness.
in Burns with fruit: Pears, Apples,
iny after our machinery and see
them, Coming bere they are ad-
o what is needed for the season’s
Plumsand Peaches. I will cer-1
TRISCH A DONEGAN, Proprietors.
Army Horses Still In Demand.
mitted to citizenship almost im
tainly remember my old friends]
wish to announce at
O this time that we haue 211 ay on a,
and customers to the extent that J,
mediately— dangerously soon,con
duyyies, Ttyowors, Cfrty Crakes,
According to Sheriff William will do the very I can for them in j
sidering the condition of their
Tjwine, binders, etc., and are soie
Fruizer, many hundred liead of quality of fruit and prices. To]
mind and evil tendency—and illit
for Attain Æucks.
« ay cuts
horses have been taken from the such I promise to deliver the best
shouldprofit by this windy weather
erate as they are they abuse this
ranges of Eastern Oregon and other!
and buy a fyJindmiii from us.
privilege as well as that of free parts of the state, for use in the i quality of winter fruit and desire i
» Cat! and examine yoods, yet prices
that all my customers give me a
dom. When the
restraining armies of the world. Just at pn-
2f!e can oaue you
• and terms.
chance before engaging winter fruit]
hand is put forth as a warning, sent the United States government from others.
Seer de Cummins
A lvin C ampbell ]
the innate and liereitary instinct »gents are looking out for about
at once arouses. They are 300 head for use in the Artillery
prompted back to their old love
Notice is hereby given that the j
There horses will be used at
by this reminder and again be
that existed be
Vancouver and Walla Walla, but
tween Simon Lewis and John Stew j
Where does the responsibility
springtime, the purchasing agents !
rest? With us: with our own
are in no hurry about filling their ^r- 8tewart retiring and Mr. Lewi* IS
people: it is “up to” us. It must orders, preferring to pick up a good i receiving and paving all hills,
lie remembered that a decade horse here and there, as the oppor-
J ohn S tewart .
McCULLE Y & DOWNING PROFS
and a half or two dec.ides ago the turiity presents itself Horses
S imon L ewis .
Ameiican nation, acting under weighing about 1200 pounds are
the influence and represented by wanted, but the United States is
its capital, deliberately brought not paying anv fancy price for their
these hordes into the United stock. While horses are bringing
(SucccsRors to Griffin A Pogue)
St.He.s for the purpose of seeur- 1 n R",H* price, many people take ail-
• I UlllJoikl «»f
r>o«>o»>> • • < * ,4* * L. a .
mg c heap labor. The laws a(| vantage of the government if they |>erson or persons who wrecked my
camp near Burnt flat about the
milling tu them citizenship,after a think they can do so. Sometimes,
15th of August last. The following
very short period of time, was
for animals, the prices asked are ! articles, among others, were mali
passed under the same influence.
paid, but such is not the case in ciously destroyed: Solar compass,
Tin \ were the n voted by c apital the present instance.
wye level, cook stove, blacksmith
Draws ¡d*n, wakes estimates, etc. Buildings put up wiiluo lh< “ ' ' L**
tn order for it to hold the balance
Tho British government entered shop, Hour, grain canned goods
figures given in estimates.
of power in the legislative balls. the field earlier for homes to use in tools and supplies of various kinds
From this ignorant and supersti- Africa against the Bores. The, Burns, Oregon, Sept. 27th.
We make a specialty of Clothing, Boots and
lions horde started the germ,loot, horses purchased by the English
J H N eal .
tree and bi .inch of anarchy.
government have been inferior,
Notice of Final Settlement.
It was not the farmer, nor mer however, to those in use by the
chant, nor mechanic', nor day- United State*. It is claimed by
Brick and lime always on hand st the yard, f-j/'l'.es¡deuce Hanley h» issue
Notice is hereby given that the THE TRADE OF THE INTERIOR SOLICTED.
laborei that brought them here. the Britishers that it does not pav
undersigned executor of the estate
It is not necessary to investigate to buy high-priced horses, as no
horse will live long in that country. l*’^- L. Cross deceased, did on the
till tlier to find who did. or who
Consequently, they bought animals 24th day
....... of '' September
* l*" 1901, file in
• JOHN I). DALY, rnr.siDKXT.
M. ALEXANDER, V ice -P up 1”
just between a pony and a horse, the office of the County Clerk of
Our President was sacrificed
j for which they paid about half the Harney County, Oregon, his final
and non let this teach us a lesson.
' price this government has paid. account in the above named estate;
We now have our i ces open to Altogether, about 1200 horses were anil that Saturday the 2nd day of
our duty and in.n tlie “w riting on taken from the range by the Eng November l'JOl is the day appoint
P. G. SMITH. Tropt.,
OF ONTARIO OREGON
the wall" be heeded.
lish and *hip|M*d to South Africa. ed by tlie Court for the hearing of
of C’orjx>ration*. Birin* and Individ»
Head Cheese F Account*
During the winter there will l>e objections thereto. All his credi Fresh Beef Pork etc. in any quantity desired-
A m. hi in California accidently
Eolcgna and Sausage of all kinds always on hard
* _ STOCKHOLDERS;—John D. Dalv, William Jones.Fr>1*
found a mountain of topptr; a the spring ami summer, but accord- in the eaid estate, and desiring to I
a yoffil7:.;\b,"‘r H’bbina. B. F Oiden. M ' Alexander, N. U.
filo objections U said account shall1
buiking broncho uncovered a mg to press dispatches, many of the
g ter, William Miller. E H. Test, Thos. Turnbull.
fortune ledge for the rider ill Ida foreign countries an1 looking to the
E H. TEST, Cashier.
ho; i Nevada farmer linds gold Northwest for horses to be used in
W alter C ross ,
'the cavalry and art'llerv. Ilia
**•*> ♦ 0*0 O*Vn
in the land he plowing on the - de
tound that the animals from Ore- Executor Estate of J L Cross dec'd. I
ot a hill, so lie shovels it onto
t n\ \t ashington, Idaho »ml Mon
“dump boards," hauls down to
tana are well suited to stand army
the creek and gits $-5 a ton out life, ami purchasing agents are to 1
Christian Science services at H L
of it. 1« tins sin < ss from tenaci be I.>und in tins part of the country.
I ' Btisoo's residence every Sunday 11
ty of purpose, or «uccess from
Many governments have out-
just plain go d luck. Tenacity stan iing offers for good horses to o'clock a n.. anj S p. tn. Sundav
school at ll' a. m Meeting is also
is all light, but it needs good I* purchased any time, when they held each Wednesday evening at '
luck <»«. isionally a« a lubricant or may tc had at a reasonable figure. o'ck>ck. All are corduallv invited
to attei d Subject for tomorrow
it will break loose.
They will have something to sav next week.
Ktlempl to Raasum Mta Stoat Failed. Frobatioii after death.
Rev. A J. Irwin will preach at
A .» 'let boni Mos Stone pleads
New York. Oct., 14 —The Con Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
for our tountry to p.iy the ran stantinople correspondent of the month at 11 a m. and 7 Al'p. m
som and get bei out of danger. World cable* lbs following addi Sabbath school »very sabbath at 2
! p. m.
Mr( lain X Hire« Proprietor*»
It is iik< i tl at the letter was tional points of interest concerning
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
B Street«, ind keeps htj
w uttcn .it tlie command of the
"The first negotiations with the
origan«!» and while «langer is pos
every 4th Sunday at 2:30 p m fersto any pa’t of the Counter.
brigands who kidnaped Miss Stone, ( Rev A. J Irwin, pastor
sible it i* not probable.
the American missionary, and are
F. L ANDREWS. Proprietor.
At the Treshvlerian church
now holding her for * I it> 0*1 ran
Th.w Peacock, Oftrich and Tur
A fimous Fleuch balloonist som. have fallen through, owing to Hurns. Rev. A. J. Irwin pallor NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
key feather dusters at the Burns
saj s be « ill soon attempt to cross an attempt by the Bulgarian police Devine service« the ’hird and fourth
the Atlantic ocean in a balloon. to trap the outlaw*. Il I* believed,
The stockholders of the People’* Furniture Co'* are beanties.
and 7 30 p m. frabbath school at
If does there will be one job
The Ricbanfson >4 Janie« saw
Commercial Com|M«nv «*l]| please
however that Mies Stone and her 10 a n>. everv Sabbath morning
This hotel is centrally- located »nd 0IK>pr the *»»n*r**
for the fool-killer.
I take notice that a n eating will be mil! is again turning out lumt*r of
tompanion Mrs. Talik*, ar* being
The building has liern thornnghlr
held at the old Dtirkbeitner build all kinds. The mill is located in
well treated "
snd i* well furnished
church every 1st and 2nd Snrmay*
dining mom is in chs’’Kl- of po.it*-
ing. in Burn«.on ^aturdav.Nov 2nd good timl«r with a gnod mad and
'The most pitiful, if not the
morning and evening Sunday
Mornra tut nt» ruow «xxtrrx
are furnished with the l*r»t-
sno«l horrible. plisse u( tlie Boer
Wort! comes from Hœton. in a school every Sunday at 11 a m are requested to be present in |er-
«.it, like that «4 the war m Cub* -I*.tallo the World that Mrs
Cill for oricr«.
i WW1 or by pro x v
The Citizens Bank
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00
Winter Clothing, Overcoats, vv
wear, Boots, Shoes, Etc. ellii
Eastern Oregon. Title
ZLJZ^lze □Z’Zh.is EZea.d.q_-ciaitsri
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
Uh mi G®ts Furnishings.
i]tfy Specialties are^.
Brick Laying and Blaster
CITY MEAT MARKET
FIRST NATIONAL BAM
Your patronage solicited.
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