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Wag nis, wagons; We will sell
The dampness of the past week
1) R Thorn come over from Sil-
has caused the freighters a little you a Mitchell. Rushford or Web-
ver creek Wednesday.
btr Farm Bed Wagon;
J C Buckland v.as among our trouble.
$ S5 OO
gtnel Skein .
'Contracter Smith has the brick 3J “
Harney visitors this week.
It 15 00
work or. the First Nati teal Bank 3} “
A Venator was in from Crane
Send your orders to us. O. C. Co.
well under way.
creek a few days this week.
Bring your butter, eggsand pro
Alt'-Tdi the people of l..i-t ai.-i Central < ,-g n all the .1 r rtiinity of a
L. L Clark, the Narrows horse
duce of all kinds to W. E Huston
lirst-elass modern Business Colle--, ft is a home iastitni >11 covering
man, was a business visitor yester
at Durkhetmer building.
every course -uvolved in lHainess Coll.
l’.s rate s ao- the same
To wh >m it may concern: Notice
as charged el-ewbere and tin-ntetlro.1- aie the
Stu lent.- sdinitteci
C W McClain and family have ■
at any time. Instruction at the Coilego or bv mail
Doting the summer
noutlia the College will conduct a
moved into the ‘-Grandma'’ Cald with her son Lee. Sha returned signed has purchase.^ from tlier ad
from Waitsburg in company with ' ministrator of the estate of Abner
Robbins, deceased, all the interest
him sotue time ago.
W. I> Johnson brought over a
said estate in the firm of Daly A
Underwear that fits and gives service as well as
Mrs J. C. Welcome Jr. has been
load of grain from his Silver creek
of Drewsev, Oregon, and
For teachers nix I others who desire a reviewing or preparatory course.
•••uying warmth and comfort
quite ill at her home in this city
For specimens of pen work, and lull mformution on Business College sub
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with what was feared typhoid fever.
business formerly owned by said
About I the only unoccupied The lady is improving.
Daly >i Robbins. Bv the terms of
O qf Dry Goods d»partm?nt is fall of necu and stylish goods.— building in i Burns just now is the
Z l C. ZE. ¿Eeig-losr, ZF’xirx..,
M. A. Modi, foreman ofoneofl said sale John D Daly assumes all
mellettes, Outing flannels. Wool flannels.
Pretty uiaistings, in county jail.
the- i B u
S Co iaiivii<r,
in the south the liabilities of said firm and al)
ZZA jlxxx S, Orog'cn..
sed, figured and plain.
z Mrs Bart Cronin, of the Agency er„ part of the county
_ , , is here re debts and accounts are now due utid
valley, is visiting relatives and newing old acquaintances.
payable to said John D D-.lv.
friends in this section.
Dated at Drewsey, Oregon, this
■ U Joe
X »V RlVVSUlbyy
McNulty, v vaquero
3-js All oiool heavy suitings for» skirts and Tailor As yet there is not enough power j Gj
p l g
White Horse 1st day of September, 1902
suits 54 ineh txtidc from $1.10 to $1 50.
to operate the electric light plant ranch, is spending a few days with
J ohn D. D ai . y .
his sister Mrs Tim Kribs.
TRISCII * DONEGAN, Proprietors.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The little daughter of Mr and
W H Ceci! and wife come in
* - Ready made Flannel waists am! skirts. Ladies’ .-uni Children’s
Mrs W. E. Smith is quite ill at her from Crane creek yesterday on a
!P,diets. Winter shoes for LadieS Men and Children.
In the Count) Courtof the State of
home in this city.
visit to their little daughter who
Oregon for Harney County.
We were treated to a litt’e of “lite is attending school here.
In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph
beautiful” Thursday morning, but | Rev. A J Irwin and family ar
il soon disappeared.
rived home Thursday evening from
Notice is hereby given that by
Mrs I’ M Cheenev was the guest Grant’s Pass where they had at order of tlie above name Court the
undersigned has been appointed
of her sister, Mrs Simon Lewis, the J tended the Presbyterian Synod.
lUltl. Comforts that are well made and servicable—A\ e have them
Administratrix of the above named
latter part of the week.
Joe Caldwell is fitting up a very Estate, said order being dated Oet.
I at reasonable prices.
/Mr. and Mr.-. N. Comegvs are | neat short order stall in the rear of 9 1902 All persons having claims
having a residence built in the the Windsor Bar and expects to be against the said Estate will present
the same duly verified as by law
Is again turning out lumber and slti.iglcs.
southern part of town.
ready to serve the public by
required either to me at my resi
rough lumber of all kinds, moulding, ami shingles in stock
J. W. Saver came down from the
dence near I.awen, Oreg >11 or to my
in sufficient quantity to HU any sized bill.
sawmill yesterday. The mill has
The Electric Light & Bower Co Atty. Thornton Williams at his
small orders given special attention.
ofliee in But ns. Oregon, within si x
been closed down for the season
, l'-*s purchased a block of land just months from the expiration of tin
Richardson & James, Harney, Oregon.
For Young and Old.
; inside of the Sweek fence in the publication of this notice, which ex
' Messrs. Loin Sagers, A. L. Hunt-
. . .
Eastern part of town on which to piration will be four full weeks,
er. Jack 1>-tints and Pearl Young
<-. E Kl MYOM.
after the fust publication on the
place their big power piant.
man are nt the lakes shooting
11th day of Oct 1902.
We bad hoped to have our new
M ary O ahu ,
Dirtnet Attv. Miller and family
i . „
machinery in place and running
to k their departure I httrsdav ,
r : t.
ere this, bi t as yet the freighters
morning for their home tn Ontario. .
have not arrived with the engine
N. J Lewis, the “wet ’ grocer of all,| „om,. of the fixtures for the
Lowen, is up today in company press. They should have been here In the matter of the estate of John
( 'rorkern, ( Ihtssiru re, Ti n irti re, (’utili ry, lût rm
1 Go to Hustons for fresh fiuit.
, ..ilh Commissioner Miller to secure ; two weeks ago.
I !U ;il t’lll euI V, li 'i ml hi i Ils, l'iim¡s, l'uìllt,
W. Jones, Deceased — Notice < f
Mrs John Culp is suffering from
Oil, Doors, II ‘imlmrs, i.tr ,
“Uncle” George Duncnn was
tvphoid fever at her home- in this
Notice is hereby given, that let
8 THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
John Mi1 liore, a cat tie Ini ver from ■ obliged to return home to Silver ters testamentary were issued to
Crook county arrived here Thur-- Like last Monday, having been the undersigned Elm 1 A. Jones. 11s
ANY NEWSFAPEK IN THIS COUNTY.
Ray Smith lias been quite ser dar. Th- gentleman is looking subpoenaed as a witness in a wate r Executrix of the estate of John W
iously sick for the past week. We for calves.
suit, He did not have timo to louts, Deceased, by the County g L. II. CRII I IN
\. it. . stapi . i '. s
SATURDAY NOVEMtt:It ». "■■■■■-
understand he is much improved. t R R Sitz ani B F Attstnus were,''”'1 llis nume ron- relatives in this Court of Harney County Oregon,
0:1 the Sth ilay of September 191)2
I IL Holland, accompanied by among the Lnwen people tr. deliver ■ -eefion but hopes to return laler.
Ail p< rsons having claims against
Local N evvs.
his family,arrived home from Ma! Cattle to the Hanley ranch this
Family Kit-ords at the Burns said estale are required to present
heur county last Saturday evening week
. Furniture Store These records them with th- proper vouch th , at
the ofliee of Piggs A- Biggs, attor
L, B. Springer is reported on the
; are something supe rior, because' neys, Burns Oregon, within six
The opening .exercises of the
A Cote and wife
Business College last. Wurm Springs thi» wee k to sec the they include a complete record of months from the date of I bis notice
— "Scott Haley is a visitor from yjon |.,y evening were attende d bv Ultee’s brother, Joint McNulty. re latives on both sides of the- house Dated, Burns Oregon. Oct-11 It 1902
E lma A J ones .
for three generations. Call ex
•: We make a Specialty of
: who is ill.
I a large crowd.
Executrix of E-t of John W. Jones
CLOTHINC, SOOTS AND SHOES [•
Thompson, one of the pros
Senator J. L. Rand has returned
Dr Marsden ami son George
Something every family should
One Price to All. Mail Oi>l is S «liciteci.
perone ranchmen of the Drewsey spent several day« nt the Bear val
Baker City. and wife left Mon- section, spent the past week in Icy stork rai e le this week returning have.
The Examiner wants wood. We
home Thursday. Tiny were ac-
1 our city.
i don't care a snap whether it's wood
Notice is Hereby given that by
ry with Etta Horton f >r Salem.
W. H. Harris, of Alvord, is companieel in by Geo Bvran.
on subscription or cash on delivtry order of lite Hon County Judge of
_ _ E Kenyon and J. J. Donegan
Judge Webster took hi.- depar- spending a few davs in our city
: wood. Wood any body he kind the County of Harney, State of :::*I()UNI) ON Hili STRiiiil-:::
s ire last Saturday morning for his visiting 1.is daughter Frankie who .left, here Saturday morning for
enough to bring us wood. The Ex Oregon, dated the fifth day of Sept.
• lev. « •••i-.
talent, having tn charge r red K.tn-
is attending our public schools.
1902 the“ undersig n'd wa» appoint
ome in Portland.
annner is going to be a hot sheet ed Executor of the last will and A ini-mot aiidtnn of .1 lot of rm.
Mrs C A Bonnett has been the Chas McKinzie, who for some dall who was sentenced to one year
winter—the fact is we must testiucent of Titos B. Janie» dec,d
little things 1 must get al the
l ine W alt li Repairing A Spe-
in the penitentiary fur larceny of a
t of Mrs Geo Shelley during time has had charge of the French-
All persons having claims against
have wood. Come on now. — Lake-
I c. ialty.
Glenn Routing Spring ranch in
view Examiner. ’Ve’re in about the said Thu» I! James dec'd will
F M Jordav, one of the delegates the same boat. You wo ain't læ- present such claims duly verified
oi’rosri i. i hi I1. <>.
Gns Hurlburt was a business
to attend the K. of P. grand lodge lieve it if we’d tell you th«- number as by lav r«<|tiir«d to the under Comb
aLisitor from Warm Springs
signed nt the James ranch al Har
liistrumr nt Strings
nt Portland, arrived Itoni« last of good men vtho have promised us tley, Harney County. Oregon or at llritHli
teek He was accompanied in by er to this ofliee this week
The Windsor Bar lias been moved Monday and reports a delightful
wood on subscription fur the pest the ofliee of my Atty., Thornton Bucket Book
red i Brown.
into the building on the corner visit with eld time friends and
pist six or eight years, Imt a» -non Williams at. Burns within «-ix (<’«) Gluaa Cutter
SIMON I EIM«,
J T. elAKKETT
*!»,« John Geml«erling. our enterpris- north of the postoilice. Caldwell relatives.
months from the c-x;.« ration of this Finger Cott
as we needed it woodn't tiring it.
notice, said six months will begin Tooth Brush
ng jeweler and optician, lies en- ,t Byrd, the propiietors have fixed
A Grand Ball will be given on
to run from tin- fifth lad publica- Nail
arged his place of business, to ac lip the new quarters in a very com
ft LEWIS & GARRET, Pitot’s. ft
hi of tin- same, on the 1 lilt day of Cloth
fortable shape and have added a
commodate his prowit g trade.
SOI Til »I MN STICKET.
Hall. The building will be remod June 2<>, One black horse weight Oct. 1902.
G kokgk L. J ami -«.
' Fred Fisk of the Capital Barber
This barn lias just been com
eled and made comfortable, in about 11001b branded circle Son
Executioner Lather “
«hop, is putting in bath rooms.
G E. McMenamy. of Texas, al cluding a new floor Jack Dennis’ right hip ace of clubs of left should
plete <1 ami my patrons will be
ft well treated.
II^Fred has a very t ■
nephew of I). M. McMenama, arriv I orchestra will furnish the music
1400, little Catholic cross on left
J^’tany customers are «■ -11 p.«»«' • ed here l ist Saturday on a visit to
Al Weatherly, the Prince of hind leg
with their treatment.
cf care. Huy 25 cents
the latter. The young ntan had
Drewsey, accompanied by Cyrus
BI KNW, <>n .
«, IWJI.J Guitar
Mrs Frank Ilollidav was in the never seen his uncle and come un Ankeny, the fiarlier of that lively for their return to Lawen or Hurns
o BALED HAY
Notico ip '•« ri ’<y je**'* 1 *li«t fLo foHowittg
lime'! ih tb'i l.RP
i.otloo of hift in'cirtioii
ur lily a few days this we. k arrang- expectedly-quit« a pjea-ant sur- little burg, came in Wednesday
t> Your Patronage- Solicited.
to make fli'nl pr<H»f in pu,«p :rt of < ‘uitn. and Banjo
ing housekeeping re -ms for her s o •prixe. Mr ARMena.ny will stay They came to get fittings of pipe,
and tCerflverat ilttri f • ’re/ofi. on Novern twr Bln« Vitrol
Come to Weston.
e. and daughter, both of whom are
etc for a bath room to be run in
Ilnrl.Rinn, for the
T. Z2 ». K Copperas
( he c-kc ra
r W M
?r attending school her- Th y have ly-
connection with the barber shop
folltrwjnr wltneppr» t<» prove-
Weston, Oregon, is an idea! home Jlc natnct
Cream Jartar Ch' -»
rooms in the W <> White residence.
Beautifully situated in the <»f »ttM ¡and. v tz-<»e.,rg«* Hat» *• WlHinmT
Mr. and Mrs. A. B M i-on and town
T iE CAPITOL
Ge« r<r I Hnchai au ai»<1 Fre<i Haine», ai! oi
little daughter to k their departure reheat part of the rich empire Harney, «>reic<»n.
WM PAUKE. KrtlMft-
Sweet ' 111
Thursday morning by private on. wllFTf* wheat is king. with pleasant
rpF.it E i - k , Proprietor.
vevance for the railroad, enroute
MOTILE FOR PUBLICATION Paregoric
Thin »ho/i han jut! brrn
Essence Vanilla Insert Powder
to their home in Portland. Mr its at.rac-tion« to the home-seekers
i Mirri» h T atem laxo orrn r.
¡tuMif* >t ■> t • i '■ '■
of lh> pat/’aHiiff*’
f.emon Bertbiig Poison
and Mrs Mason haw many warm ar« manifold. Il ha« a splendid
JO BN-, <>rv , vpirt-ibvr Z’. i'.» ‘
Mottr» i» heryby glv-R that in coMpilanc«
” Buteana Cement
HAIR ( I 1 1 ING. SHAVING,
frien.ls here whoenjov an occasion gravity system, amply supplied bv with
th*a<»«>f Congrí» of
Jun«- ?, 1 74. entitled " In a« ’ fur th«
al visit from tin in. a-1 well ns their
i or lati'l» In Ho- * •’•» <«f * allfftrr.ia, or»«<«>n
No ad« a» d * arhlrgt«»n 1<-rr|t««ry,' «a « ito.d
h -,■-•slity wl.il» in the metropolis water for ten year« to home-build ed
to a!l 'ba
l«nd «tat' » Hr a« t of Aujruat N ut»
I"V?, Nimrod < < it»»-»)», oí E<J l <<««ntv of
ers. The only state school in East 4. Ham«'.
♦ «• H»i««tav L ««jih Toba coo
i a v.
Th«- f tuali enthusiasts of Burn«
bin aw*»rn »’ai« ment No 1*0. foi the
ern Oregon—<n excellent institu th»« ««ffir«*
haar of tit«-W’f r W’» NF. e^WÇ4 •( »rrH«M>
• re getting in readiness to give its lion under pr .gressive management pur«
Itv.öt It wiH only ccst a postage stamp to have our prices on
's., f» In T ■* t »hip i1» h k« ■-*-X.i .«F W. M
wtll cfFrr pr«x»! t* »h««* that the land «ouahi
a g-trte <>n Thanksgiving Dav. —is here. Weston gave Io the and
ta tnore Fftluable f a i»• timber ur •’ «:r than f«»r I Ha mone] ! >y «
•gelrH*tti*ai t . »p«
a» d ’«srp*a’ ’«ah t<t« « aim
Court Blast« r
■ . ■
We er- glad to 1- .rtc ef lliis a« the •tate it« first Normal building ai.<i ••« » s‘ t . » • for»
k* et»« p «»f
( hewing <iiini
■ s *
•' B'j’ • «o^,'..e .
•• t rda
* ■-» Glue
pepl«- would certainly enjoy a afterwards donat-d a ten-acre «Ue »th
day of f»eee®»t»er, I' äa »
lk 1 CLOTHING. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, ALL KINDS, game. We wish to give the toys
Ile »•■'irft a« ftl*t»*»ara Afttorie
Th«»m«a A lier., »imoft Lr»!» and f
—the t>««t properly in th«« city — * »rrffs-n.
T- ■>*I ~ ~I_
«■ ■" _■
♦» a'I <>1 Bnr ¡a, or.-r»,««
all the tncourtgement possible and the n»w Normal ground- At this arr*
( arl.ultc Ar id
AL’ «'dall j'*”ftof<a «iaiming
Mt< *f ■< <
»J M • \ i j j »iiuatu.w
a»•*»■«♦• d*ft» rt’wd «»4» are
»4 t ft.g» fh« ir
they are at liberty to call on th* date. October 23. 1902. it has grant r alma t» »h » ,*r* e«. (,r, vr ♦ *n.« * Mid ft* b <$ftf of Jamai -H Ginger Machin*
»Hh ihr »tmugre*
Cast« r • I
«I I- »t ftrr» ni «•■»!•
WM. FAURE ReTr«r.
• r* »trip adjoining
cas« Tin.« s-Herald for an» tbit g rcroi - ed a valnalii
. .$12 5<i
<► V i l*i.«**<nrr«i>b«i
to complete (Ire ground*
Cough Medie ine
• > «I W
S toles —On th* night of <>-t ». building site- on Normal heights No r ÍCE FOR PE BMC AT ION
Western sutpr Rvf. I’
out arid put it III
B J. fr ->i Her.ry K*l»*y. oe« D«ep may fie cheaply had. with shade
LIIIPUÍ STEfilOSCOPE CO.
fSlTEb -r %TE* f A’-f» OFFb 7. •
th« above a
■■reek in Stein« Mountain, one tree«, grading, sidewalk« and city
i 1.1 H.DIMG
’*• hft'« ■ r f1r»t» •!.»» fhft
3 4** P«
High Patent Fi"’-r. . - •
jl.f .-»er. I b-«’-«* wtth «trtpinf.e e, water free
'A s«on i« the place to carne i
M í » twteoOrdi
tr» mak*- fli a
í» a»it»p.'»í «.f ht» r !ai*-.an«1
No I Jap*»" R
rar.«! I ei.-d vented with HF on loca'e and “erb« I your children." i; •• •«»'*.
ftl ■ K ir.ft'ír r«-fet*e «b* K*-g
:•■»*«• lu • ' ,*/•«’
»» X - -«> -
I- ft »hnotder
lr>f<>rmatio«i iradit-g f>e»iral,le land may be h»«l f«>r a . *h, i
» Ir H'f
F ft»« !<*•> ftl
MrKoftort fr.r ti»« - < % F", • • % X • • ».
]> ¡e. , siti, < t to Market ('kan^rs
th i g* trnv ng f-«r ths
to the arr<*t arid conviction of ths reas’rtiable figure, cowaidenng its
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
" jr ladies, men and children
• bought to best advantage
N ormal S chool
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
Oregon all Wool Blankets, acknowledged
* e best in the market.
Ixichiirdson & J ¿lines’
« - —««x>-
” OVERSHOES & RUBBERS
S chwartz & B udelm an ,
HAL DV7AKE AND MACHINERY
| DRY GOOD, LADIES and GENTS
NEW FEED EAPN.
BOYER BROS. & CO
: DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES,
BOYER BROS. & CO
H<e ?-•«*• tfK <« «*•« Iwg
-.djft y» s* .•»■ - ftft» at d *-w
s J •
F A tx *t¿l F»e '■
0; »<«»’trr. fti* «d
fit*' -r the r*t«.rn of the horse to pr rductive valu««. For iafor.nalmit lo» a»«*|a
« < m «
fl H Brown's rat.- h near Diamond. in detail address Weston Improve- •am King
will te liberally rewarded.
‘ urent ÁNodotiua, Weston, Or»¡¡ -n. Ofer --«
•nd ti«« <■«nt» r twbles.
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