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HAOEY <S l
CLOSING OUT SALE
We have inaugurated a closing-out sale, for CASH ONLY, beginning January 1st, 1904, on all lines of Dry Goods, Cloth
ing, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Hats, etc. We have one of the best lines of Groceries in Burns, and will sell
them to to you at reduced prices. Cali and be convinced
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Janies Pirie is over from Cow
/ Born—To Mr. and Mrs John
struscili PTION 1: ATKb
Gemberling yesterday, January 29,
1 href MontliB
Carrol Cecil is in from his Warm
ranch He reports his stock
•f C f.1 % N KY K D
Japan anil Russia are still “rag i I. C. Dodson, was over from his
chewing” but they have gone so Adel ranch several days this we-k
on land litisiness.— Lakeview Ex
far that they will have to
Or. II. Vulp tian been confined to
bin home for hoiik - time p:«Ht with
It is gratifying to note that our
nickneHS. 11 in fr'iendH with he pleiiH-
people aie beginning to recognize
ed to learn lie is improving.
the lire department and give it
John Witz.ell wan up from the
Lnkee neighborhood u few dayfi thin
week. He ia feeding hie cuttle in
W. J. Bryan seems
that Hection ami aaya they are doing
“shoting off his mouth”
freely lately and is living
Tobi- Diincnn Ims no fur recovered
down” by the Democrats.
from his recent, illness as to iie able
* SATURDAY. JAN CARY ¿0, 190-1
to Im on the stri-ets. This office ac
Tile building of a modern, well knowledges a plesnnt cull WedneH-
equipped, and comfortable public day afternoon
hall should be considered by some
Senator Gowan informes tie bis
of our local capitalists. It would commission has arrived and that
bi- a paying investment.
Im will take charge of the reciever-
ship of the U. S, Land Ollie« next
A Portland Circuit judge lias Monday morning.
rendered an opinion that the state
harbor law is unconstitutional. It
would be a good thing if they
made a like decision on some
dozen other foolish tilings that are
Sheriff Allen has returned from
the Stein Mountain section where
ho went to dispose of the propretv
in the Neal-King case. Mr. Neal bid
in all the property sold.
J. F. Mahon has retuned from
a business and pleasure trip to
Portland While in the city Jim
was one of a class of 48 to ride the
gout and is now a Shriller, He
looks happy and does not show any
indication of ill use.
Politics has begun to be a lead
ing feature on our street corners
and prospective candidates have
begun feeling the pulse of the
people. There is also a city elec
Geo Dunsmore is laid up at the
tion in the near future that should
Horton A Sayer sawmill nursing a
lie given some attention.
bruised leg which was hurt by a
wagon running over him last week.
Many things indicate that the It seems he started to throw on the
stock market will look up in the brake when it broke and he fell
spring, Several letters have been under the wheels.
John Budelmnn accompanied bv
received here recently asking
about stock and what prices were. his wife and son, look his departure
yesterday via Canyon for Portland,
Our cattlemen will be able to where he goes to make the purchas
move their stock early in the I es for the firm of Schwurt er Bu-
delmun. Mrs. Budelman and son
spring at very good prices.
expect to remain in the metropolis
for some time visiting, but John
Some one who has observed the will return in about a month
methods of successful men says; The cake and cocoa social given by
“When you light or work don’t the Presbyterian Ladies’ Aid at the
college last night was attended by
make a fuss; the hen cackles only a large crowd, in fact about twice
after she has laid an vgg. The ns many as was expected, and the
noise anil sizzle of a locomotive rooms w 're crowded. A program
of recitations and music
arc not force, All force is silent, consisting
was given. Many left before be
'flic lice haw of a mule may ing served with refreshments. It
startle, but it is not as dangerous was quite it success financially.
as his hind legs. Bear in mind
R J Mi Kinon and wife came in
that it is the empty wagon that from Diamond the first of the week.
makes the most noise when in Mr. McKinnon had received a letter
from the district attorney at Santa
motion The noise of the drum Rosa which staled the trial of Ad
is due to the lact that there is no Garred for the killing of his son
John would come up some time
thing in it.” Ex.
next month The attorney was in
| quest of some evidence in regard
An exchange says a lawyet to the general character of Garred
ami other things bearing on the
charges a man $10 for a ten min | case,
which lie desired from witness
ute com csation, the man insists on es in this county. Mr McKinnou
paying it. A doctor charges $1 found be could secure what inform
for a prest nplion and patient says, ation he desiied anil it is likely
some of our people will go down II*
“O, pshaw! is that enough?” An witnesses, while the deposition of
undertaker conducts a funeial, others will lie taken
charges $100, he is just “perfectly
lovely” with every one in and out
Report of th«v condition of the
side of the family; a man buys a FIRST national rank of burns .
gold brick and appologiscs for not at Burna in th« Stat«* of Ore«»n, at t toe eloar of
having bitten before; an editor bus in rea, Jan 22, 1904
walks a mile through the hot sun Umi a an<l Discounts
!.. O iV
to get the facts about a death, I’ s Boniato aerar« circulation
Premium» on V. 8. Ifomla
marriage, m social tunciion, spend Ke|M*mption Fund.
three or foui bonis in writing it
< aah and «lue from Batiks
up and praises people untill he
sism ?* *
lie hates himself. Then if he
1.1 A RILITIKS.
makes one insigniti.'ant omission capital Murk paid in
oi error, or charges five cents Undivided pronta
Nat binai Rank Nutra
straight for three extra pa|wis he Deposits
is “stingy. careless, giHxIfor-notli-
ing- -who never gets anything «TATE OF ORKUONJ
or H aknkv .Ì **
right and charges tour times the , i I. MTV
N. I’ ('arpenter, «’««hier of the above
.1«« a.«l«-mnly i«rtr that the at»»ve
price of the city papers twice as
at «lem mt latri»« to the twat of my knowlrslge
large; he is most any old thing an«1 belief
and ought to be run out of tow n. »♦ Cor reel Alt rat N U. C«ara str «, Caahirr
I tow would you like to be a news
If M. MoafWK
J W GKAKY.
Up-to-date job printing at reason
Xnharrihcd and sworn tn before me thia 3ft ■■th1
day of Jan l*«M
A. W. <*•*«*,
Notary Fwblh for Orrjrut
HE SAYS PREE
While Frank Lamborne of
Midway saloon was going h
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
The county court levied taxes as Saturday night, he was ordere
General fund. 10 4-100 hold lip his handsand give u
UNITED STATES LAND OFEleK.f
Great credit is due the class in
Hurns Oregon, January s 1904.i
mills; State 8 46-100 mills; road , money.
¡6 hereby given that Alexander .McKin
mental arithmetic, for the correct- zie Notice
24 mills; school, 5
of Narrow«, Harney County, Oregon, haa and bridge,
In coming up with his hand
tileul notice of intention to make proof on his mills; building f'lnd, 4 mill.
neBS and speed with which they desert-land
claim No. 324, for the NW, NW|^,
up a six-shooter and b
See. 27, T. 25 s.. It. 30 E., W. M , before the Reg
give their answers.
ister and Receiver at Burna, Oregon, on Wed- eoiii.eil
last We-lnesday evening | firing, at which the holdups e|
ncBdav, the 17th day of February, 1901.
Perhaps the most rapid progress He names the fallowing witnesses to ptove the city tax was ns follows; Gen away in the darkness and qui
the cotu.plete irrigation and reclam:«!ion of
is made by the class in shorthand. said land lla'Aev 11. Elliott, Newton hughet. eral 5 mills, and 2 mills for n sink dissappeared.
V, il'iam l.nuiweil,
Narrows, on-,■• hi . and
I, 1 rot. e ...
ing fund 'o pav off the bond -I in- I Lambornn was too nervou
J.lgby pTove. hlmselt an Eat iruni
c ->'..-* kvh <>r liuru., Oregon.
k'l ar u li hr
I , Ke-Isler.
debteriness. One mill oftlint levied < make a good shot and the thugs..::®«
adept in teaching this most useful I
to have escaped miliCjt I
for general purposes will I--- set supposed
■ — ■
aside as n sinking fund for ;1 e lire No arrests have been made.
An important feature, and one
virtue of a warrant issued by the Clerk of
well calculated to train the mind, the By County
Court of the State of Oresou, for the
or Harney, to me directed, coin maim
is the debates on Monday evenings. County
ing me to levy on the goods and chattels of the
RANGE IS A CURSE, ary 2nd at 7:30.
or Leasing Public Range.
We invite every
one interested in vocal
Comb honey nt Hunton’».
The Tax levy.
music to I e
Wm Hanley has an interview in
Sunday’s Oregonian strongly in
favor of lensing the public range or
selling it outright to the stockmen
This view is something of a sur
prise to the people of this section
who had been led to iielieve that he
was opposed to such a policy. He
says in part:
“Tlie curse of this country is free
range. The hooner the Govern
delinquent taxpayer« named in the delinquent
Commencing Friday evening Feb taxroll for «aid county for the year 1902. thereto
ment goes out of this free grass
attached, and if none be found, then upon the
business Mie better. I’m not much 5th the first It elure will be deliver real property, as set forth and described in the 1
said delinquent taxroll, or so much thereof as
of a something for-nothing man; ed by Hon. A. W. Gowan, subject k I ui II satibfv the amount of taxes charged there- i
in, together with the costs and expenses. I have
"The Machinery <>f Government.” duly
never was. and hope never to be.
• Inly levied upon the following described
We have just, received a consignment of our Fall and Winter
or parcels of land,
laud, as set forth and
mid described 1 ill ;
“The man wlm has the strongi-et The public is cordially invited.
Goods, Linings, Trimmings, ready made Skirts, Waists, FaB
Rev. J A. I lav is,
poll, ’ said he. “gets th- free range
nators, Outing Flannels, Ribbons, Laces, Muslins, Calicos, rej|m
and Ihe man who hollers the loud
made Clothing, Notions; in fact everything that is carried inS
Penalty Taxes Int
est lias the strongest pull. Mean
up to date General Merchandise Store. Wc carry the
Mr. liisckburn, the popular Ba Alt-now, John, NU SF.14', SE*4
while, self-respecting citizens are
ME11 Rec 21 Ip 21 r -U., NE’,
2M tp2l r 3G .
forced outside, to make way for the ker travi lioi,< man, was among the Cmneron,
H. (I., Burns, Lots
fellows that holler and have the
Dutlv. J. T.. W\ NW‘4, SE'4
As well as the
NW',. SW'4 NE’i Kvc ’jxtp
ptlll. That’s how the sheep of tho city this week.
3X r 34
............................ 1 34
Daniels, U B , W'?xW ,.SE*i
man with the pull in Cascade re-
SE*4 se clG tp
<t Savings <*<>., NE’4
horyc arc worth $1 a head mor-' LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION. Fidelity
xec 36 tp 20 r 25....................
• Farre. Win., Burns (Morrison
than those of the I-' hh fortunate
Of Dresft Goods and Triininingi of any house in the county. This
xi Addition) E'-_. block 3 ....... 1 80 IS uo
Io the lioiionthle
Honorable (/Oiioty Court I Gihson.
Gilson. w»n. H., w'.;
is admitted by i very dress-maker in town.
56 5 <5
e,. . e -x
' SCO 36 tp 21 T 32 .....................
State of Oregon, I i Garred,
‘‘Meanwhile th« let s fortunate i <’i Harney Comity,
are here io ptease and io caiar to wants.
Caii and see
«on’ s « Addition, Lot 1 block
r - (
\\ n o Inn
legal i vnt.AI*ri
brother pay s taxes which *U«.
the other I | \V
77/tef are of the
Gardner, Maitie, Lawen, I.ot«
Precinct most re-1 9"l»lock 2................................. 03 31 ret *
man doesn’t, in order to support a ' of Wild
Harper. J. E., Lots 7 ami Spec
14 tp 26 r 31. NW4 NE';,
government which gives his rival spectfully petition vour Honorable! Lot
I sec 23 tp 26 r 31. Lot 1
free grass, The brother has to buy Court to grant a License to Homer ! BPC 24 tp26 r 31. 8E‘» SE'.
roc 26 tp 26 r 30, Lota3,4and
his own grass out of his pocket, or I Winters to sell Spirituous, Malt I \ SE', NW'4 avc 13 tp26 r
Prices Lotuer Than Ever before
in less tiuan-
oift of his toil, aval he finds the and Vinous Liquors
roc 30 tp 23 r2f .........
t«,.. , TT
Albert, w ’ X«',
government, to which he pays tax titles than one gallon in n ild Horse Johnson,
x’l ’, SW!i
17 tp 19 » r 34. N.
17 tp 19 r34.....................
es, aiding to bis detriment the other Precinct, Hurney County, State of I K c Rec
I ro , Mrs. E. J.. W^ WS
Oregon, for a period of Three tec 16 tp 25 r 32l<..................
fellow who doesn’t pay taxes.
Lewi«, M L.. Burns. S', Lot
k 2. I.otR 1 and X block
‘‘Gifford Pincilot sees that, free months ns in duty bound we will 5 30. blot
I.otR 3 ami 4 block 31,
Morrison's Addition all of
range should be abolished. I have ever pray.
i Leonard. (' Fl.. Harney, Lots
lived a good many years in the
7 and X block 22...................
Miles. (Heirsof,)NW t rcc 20
range country and I pride myself
tp 20 r 36..................................
A Stone, F. S. Redon, Richard ■ Mitchell.
Maude, S?. SE'4 sec
on seeing the problem quite clearly.
36 tp‘Or 25..............................
Kelley, Clias. Turner, f.ou J Bosen Modem
The Government should sell its
Harnev Lot 7 block 13.........
berg, P. Andrews, Frank Larsnn. McDonald,
D.. N^ NE'4 rcc
ranges to highest bidders, if you
tp IS r 36, E'-j NE‘4,
Al Morris, Ed Carlson. Eailand 24
SW , NE', sec 11 tp lx r 36,
please, and should lease to highest
SW , NW , rcc 12 tp IS r 36,
N\ SW i. SW* ISE»4, SE'4
bidders grazing lands in reserves. Carlson, G. Lorenzann. L. E. Ep SW.,
13 tp is r3G
person, Jaiin Redon, Geo A Smyth Parker. sec
J. (. E'a E’a sec 17
That's the way to protect the grass,
tp 25 r 32'i..............................
Jr Chas E Rigdon, Johr. Smyth, Rusk.
O. D.. Burns Lots3and
since ifa man puts bis money into
4 block 2..............................
Amado Mirifnda, Jesus Jarlejo. T. Shackelford.
land lie’s going to take care of it;
Lots 5 and 6 Block 10...........
S. Little, Dave Bachman Robt. Sheldon,
Ralph, Burns, Lot
Otherwise it makes no difference to
5 Block 16............................
----------------- ""xTT“ agons
Sizemore. Geo. S., Burns, all
him whether the grass is pulled up
Notice is hereby given that on Thorn,
Lizzie. Lots 2, 3 and 4.
with the roots or not.
S'jSW'*. XW* SWl4Rec3
tp 26 r 28..................................
‘‘Private ownership of land yields the 5th day of March 1904, I will Thorn,
», N W 4 SE' * sec 4 tp 20
the primal motive of the Nation’s apply to the above entitled court • r NE'
Terrell, Byrou. Burns, LotaS
progress. And instead of encour
and 4 Block 70.......................
Vanderpool. J. W.. S’4 SW *
aging private ownership of range petition.
TOIO CARLOADS JÜST ARRIVED®
sec 1 tp 26 r 27, W2 NW’4
H omer W inters .
land, the Government puts obsta
Wyatt. Edward L.,
sec 30 t p 20 r 32* 2 ...........
cles in the wav; for a man is not
Complete line on band.
Wright. Jake, 8'^ SE’.|, NW*
SE'X arc 2X tp 20 r 35
allowed to take up 1G0 acres unless
Williams, Geo. M.. (estate)
SW4, S', SE*4 aec 14 tp 23 r
lie uses the land himself, and its a
Zeigenfns. M.. Bums. Morri
very rare man indeed who can
son’s Addition, all blocks
22 and 23 ....... ............
make a living that way. The land
Crawford. Wm.. Harney. Lots
5 and X Blocks 13 and IX
should pass into the hands of per
md on Tueadav, the 23d day of February.
>-.t the hour of 10 o’clock a m, of said day.
sons who can use it to best advai:
at my oflice in the court house, in said county
I will «ell at public auction for cash,
(ago in order that it mav contri
the alw»ve described teal eatate. to the person
who offers to pav the said delinquent taxes,
bute the highest possible revenue
penalties, interest aud a< < ruing costs, and take
a cvrtiHcate of sale at the lowest rate of inter- I
to the public good. Bill by these
very restrictions the government is
Sheriff of Harney County.
Galvanized Pipe, Black Pipe, stove Pipe,
holding back the growth of this
Pipe Fittings - AH k nds.
country. The government might
as sensibly ordain that settlers
RIFOBS, SHOTGUNS, TOY GUNS, AMMUNITION
must use the ox teem instead of the
of nil kinfltf for all <»f thmn.
railroad; the one system is out
Huntinl:rggi^ar, jq nting
9 MOPKINS & GARRETT
dated hardly less than the other
Caps, Gun Cases, Cartridge Cos s, E.e., Hie.
ore still nt the old stand nnd
* Land that passes into private
ownership will contribute taxes tu
HEAVY, -HEUF, and St ORTING H 4 RDWfl RE
that have become so |K>pnlar
the support of government. Pay
Galvanized, Black and Smooth Wire.—Doors, Wind tus Glass,
ment of taxes will comp 'l the own « with the riders of this section.
Write *.hotn for anything in
ers to turn the land to a profitable
Tinutare, Granitetuare, Ename’edmarc, Steeltuere.
the line of hirntss, saddles,
use. Just now the government
Oliver Chilled Plows, .Sulky Plows, (Kn? Plovs,
JOHN GEM BEHLING,
chape, bridle» etc , if not con
subsidises free bind against private
Walking Plows, Disc Plows, Disc Dril sand Har
venient tn vail.
land and compels the private '.and-
They are the sole agents in
rows. Cultivators, Garden Cultivators- all kinds
ownership to pav the subsidy. The
Fine Watch Repairing A
this conntv for Security Slock
latter bear the ex|>cnso of protect
of Agricultural Implements.
ami ndniiuintering the •R-meilie»
OITOS1TK THE r. O.
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Fall . ________
LATEST STYLES AND FASHIONS
GEER i CUMMINS, Burns, Ore.
I have las'll selected by the prin
cipal of our Col leg.—where I am
also a student to write up our
locals for the pre»« ibis w>ek
I note, with pleasure,the progress
in every branch of learning in cur
school the past we. k
Several visitors have looked ii.
on us With words of encouragement
to cheer us on our wav.
The class in Latin progresses
In history wo have lieen virlnall*
living over again the stirring events
of the civil war.
A singing class has Le» n organi-
1M|( (he first Irowm of which «ili
I»- given Tuesday evening. Febrti
YOU KNOW TH! OLD SAYING
“AN OINCE OF PiDLNTATBL IS 10ITI A POIND OF CUE
Therefore do not wait until you have become bedfast
before you awake to your condition. Get your cold and
cough medicines and have them on hand—for now is the
season when you are liable to take cold at any time. So
when von feel » cold coming on it is well to be prepared,
which miv save you a great ileal of trouble and expense.
We keep everything in the line o( propretary medicines
as well as everything in the line of drugs and medicines for
Your DtxtorS Prescriptions will Re
ceive The “Rat careful Attention
The City Drug Store.
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
LEWIS A DIBBLE, Pmpt,.
S/Hciflì alleili ion ¿iff II
lo hri usci en t custom and
! reicht tfo injf^
l/ u sc.s kept by Ihe day,
week or month.
FIRSr CLASS LIVEtY, TL»O^’
If'iy and ¿rain ci Iu-a us
Y oar patronaga solicited.
Smth viiin St , R„rng Oregon.