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REGISTRATION IS 200 SHORT inferred he would do an much work ty has been quiet and unheralded,
as possible during the season so as and about all the land in the vicin
to have it completed as early next ity of Picket Island has been taken
year as possible.
up bv homesteaders. As the right
TWO PRECWCTS HAYE NOT RETURNED
of way for the Columbia Southern
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Extension also passes near by, it
would seem to be a most desirable
location for a city. At any rate,
Alfalfa at Geer .t Cummins.
iy Voters Io Harney County Without ■
we wish the new settlement all
Frank Dibble was a business vis
Fixed Residence, Others Negligent
--Total of 682 on Books.
itor this week.
Dr. Marsden and family spent a
few days out at the ranch in Bear
36 valley this week where the doctor
11 went to superintend some improve-
4 ments. George will spend the sum
46 mer on the ranch.
Last Friday W. H, Shirk started
for the Sprague river country,
882 680 884
where he will meet some timber
cruisers who will spend a month
Baud Boys' Glad Rags.
or two in crusing timber on the
Road Lands of Klamath and Lake
The Burns Band left Thursday counties.—Lakeview Herald
lorning for Drewsey where they
The following-named pupils have
rill make music for the republican
awarded eighth-grade diplo
ally. The boys have just received
keir new uniforms and present a mas, and may Lave them by call-
Wry striking appearance. The in&oqMr. H A. Dillard, their
Sew suits are military style square teacher: Agnes Sayer, Ruby Bur-
ent and gray color trimmed in black row, Frankie King, Raymond Size-
Baid, with cape to match. Two more, Mabel Cross, Lea Robinson,
HHf-r “ Bs” are worked in gold Genet Gowan, Elma Marshall, Clif
braid on each side of the collars in ford Re-d, Lizzie Oa-d at d Gertie
front and the same letters are also Barnes.
OD the front of the caps.
< The new suitB are not gaudy but
▼erv neat and handsome. The boys
“The politician is my shepard;
deserve credit for buying these suite
not want for any good thi
and paying for them out of
during the cnnipsign; he le deth
me into the saloon for my vote’s
sake; he filletb my pockets with
WOOL BROUGHT 13 34.
good cigars; my glass of beer run
We are reliably informed that neth over; he preparetb my ticket
Jenkins Bros last week disposed of for me in the presence of my better
their wool for 13f cents per pound judgment. Yea.
though 1 go
The woo) was contracted for tiefore through mud agnl water to vote for
it was sheared and was purchased him arid shout myself hoarse when
by ai representative of Hallowell, he is elected, straightway he for-
Donah) A Co, of Boston, who came geteth me. I.o’ when I meet him
4MB to the Stein
Mountains, in bin office he knoweth me not
fghkins Bros will have in the Surely the wool hath been pulled
neighborhood of 100,000 lbs of wool over minejeyes all the days of my
and! the price given is exceptionally life.”—Handed in bv a friend.
gd this early in the season.
•he fact that the representative
A New Town Probable.
le out after the wool would indi-
B that the wool buyers are an
Quite a settlement has sprung
us and suggests a possibility of up at tbe Pickett Island crossing
igher price later which will be a of the Dechutes this year, and it
lefit to those who go to market is very likely this will be the scene
of a new town in three or foil
I months hence
Pickett Island is
I the place scheduled for the crossing
Fencing Big Tract.
of the Corvallis A Eastern if \hat
V. E Burke, of the Portland Co. road is ever extended into Eastern
o b is charge of the reclamation Oregon, and capitalists are seem
rk of thst company in this valley >ugly of the belief that -neb projec
. in tbe city from the Carey se- lion is not without the range of
lion last Sunday. He informs possibilities
Portland men. of
h. has a big force of men at work "horn W A L.tdmw is one. have
cing the big 10,000 tract and • • has , erected a store there to catch all the
railroad to advanced trade. Thia store, it is
ried teams t-
ng in a large amount of irrigs- said, carries a 21000 flock of gen
j>arstns and other material hie eral merchandise and is already
doing a brisk business atnoug tbe
nple have out there.
The gentleman did pot stat, jnst
mt he especia to do thia season
The ad rent of thie new communi-
tard reclaiming the land, but we
been filed in this office by Grant Kes
terson, contestant, against Homestead
entry 1855, ma le February 21, 1903, for
8WJ4 and W’J SE.'i Section 17,
Township 25 8., Rango 28 E., by Libby
J. Mulloy Conteetee, in which it is al
leged that Libby J. Mulloy lias totally
abandoned said entry and has not resid
ed upon or improved said entry for more
than six months next prior hereto, and
there are uow no improvements thereon,
and that said alleged aOHence was not
due to her employment in the Army,
Navy or Marino Corps of the U. 8., said
parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching said
allegation at 10 o’clock a. tn. on June
15th, 1904 before the Register and Re
ceiver at the United States Land Office
in Burns, Oregon.
The said contestant having, in a pro
per affidavit, filed May 7, 1904 set forth
facts which show that after due dilli-
gence personal service of this notice can
not be made, it is hereby ordered and
directed that such notice be^iven bydoe
and proper publication.
W m . F arre ,
HUSTON]’S is the place
Yearlings and I wo-ycar-olds in quantities
io suit. groceries,
The bulls can be seen at the ‘ P” Ranch, and
persons desiring to purchase should int/uire
there of F. II. Howell, Assistant to the Gen
eral Manager, who will furnish informa
tion as t prices and will sell the same.
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK CO.
Joel Smith arrived home from
After the regsitration hooks were
Ontario last Sunday.
closed in this county The Times-
A woman bates to see a man act
Are you going to the Railroad if so do
Herald secured a list, or tbe totals
foolishly unless it is over her
not forget tbe O. C. Co.
rather, of each precinut and finds
Chas Byrd is suffering from aii, Every girl is dissatisfied with
that it is considerable short of two
either her weight or the color of her
years ago when in reality it should attack of spotted fever. It is in a
have been increased to some extent. light form.
A woman has to lose just 1000
Tbe list below is as it appears on .Don’t delay getting a good supply , handkerchief«?
in a lifetime
tbe books at tbe clerk’s office.
of alfalfa seed, Geer and Cummins
It is next to the impossible for a
The registration blanks had been have it for sale.
maiden to be very thankful in last
received from the notaries of all the
¡precincts with the exception of
The ladv who wears a bird on her
Happy Valiev and Warm Springs. stockman, was in the city a day or
oughtn’t to slobber over man’s
All that were registered in those two the first of the week.
cruelty to clay pigeons
precincts are only those that ap-
J. H. Neal spent several days in
One reason why female suffrage
our city this week looking after
freared before the county clerk.
could never succeed is that Easter
R Many voters who had an oppot- aome business affairs. He has fin
always comes neat a political cam
tuuity did not register, because ished shearing his sheep.
they were not sure where they
Dell Dibble and George Sallis-
If a girl doesn’t have to wear a
would be on election day. Some bury came over from Silver Creek
corset to look presetable she is most
were under tbe impression that it the first ot the week. They con
su-e to be disliked by the sewing
was not riecesrary to register again template a trip over into Idaho.
whde others simply neglected it.
Chas. Garred was pleasantly sur
■ Harney County has many voters
prised last Monday evening by the
«ho have no fixed residence, but|
arrival of his mother from Califor
who are employed on the various
Six head of team horses belonging
big stock ranches and go from one nia- He was not expecting her.
to Frank Sigerist.
tojanother precinct us their work re
Rev,,Geo. Black and family left
One gray gelding branded H \V
quires. They are all well known last a(.ee.k for. Lake City, Cal, where on stiffle; one brown branded dia
ami are always able to swear their Mn Blapk will coqduct a series of mond on left shoulder; one bay gel
vote in on election day and there meetings.—Lakeview Herald.
ding branded X I’ oil left stiffle;
fore do not lose their vole. Followp
one brown branded C l> on lift
Dist,. Atty. Miller is again with shoulder; one buckskin branded T
frig shows the number registered in
■bob precinct for this year and the us but expects to go to Ontario in a II (connected) on left shoulder
1st election and also compared short time to straighten up some one white branded CF on left stiffle.
ith the vote for governor of 1902. business affairs before moving over These horses got away’ from me
near Vale, May the 8th 1904 and
P ■ s s* ? < 03
Wm. Altnow, accompanied by may go back to their range near
: a s -I
"T his daughter, Mrs. Claud Britting Burris. I will pay all charges to
ham, come over from his Otis creek at y one taking them tip and noti-
• : D o
1 ranch Sunday and spent a day or fing me at Vale Oregon or C. A.
Sw< ek at Burns
in this city,
251 217, 251 two
85 107 lib
Several teams belonging at Hunt
3b ington arrived here the first of the
25 week loaded with freight for various
4* business houses in Burns. They
U. L. Lund Office, Burns, Oregon.
21 have gone to the Stein Mountain to
May 7, 1904.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
get wool to take back.
farm Springs. ..
lappy Valley. .
Tropical a~d Domestic
Fruits when in Season.
Provisions and Feed a Specialty
He is Pr< pared to fill orders
for Anything in hi Line.
General Storage, Forwarding
All kinds of Fnwsh Vegetables in Season,
GIVE HIM A CALL.
& commission merchants
M. L. Ï EVVIS
Fireproof building 100x600 feet, 150 feet two stories in height.
Special Attention to Wool Grading and Bal
ing for Eastern Shipments.
Dealers in Blacksmith Ceal, Flour, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Bulpher,
Wool and grain sacks and Twine, Grain and Feed. Highest price
paid for Hides and Pelts
... Represents the....
Stock Yards unth all the latest and Best
Facilities for Handling Stock.
Home Insurance Co., of New York,
Liverpool, London & Globe,
Fire Assurance Co , Philadelphia.
Mark Goods Care of “8. W. Co.”
T. G. CONDON, manager.
Bu ns, Oregon,
OFFICE WITH HIGGS & BIOUS.
corner South <.f Lunaburg & Dalton*«.
THE CARTER HOUSE.
WILSON & ASHTON
SUCCESSORS TO TUPKER & W 11 SON.
Rates $2.00 and $2 50 per day.
All Outside Rooms— Near Depot
1 his modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
public. Harney County ’people will be always welcome
and courteously cared for. A first-class bar in connection.
ALL WORK GUAR
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION
i THE HOTEL BURNS BUR. i Harney Counlv 11 ospital
poe Wines, Liquors and Ciqars
Aqppts for Marqlapd Club Whisky
5flM BAILEY, proprietor.
CLUB ROOM? IN CONNECTION.
EVERYrHIN6 Fl ■ ST-CLflSS.
Courteous and obliging Mixologist?.
Having n wly furnished several comfort bl; rooms
for the occupance of private patients, 1 debit e to an
nounce that I am ready to receive surgical or medical
caseson reasonable terms.
Pleasant Quarters provided for
EXPERIHNCBD HORSES IN ATTENDANCE.
THE BARTLETT HOTEL.
(lias. E. McPheeters, Propt
Large well furnished house. Good large comfortable rooms and beds and
well furnished tables. This is tbe pioneer hotel of Nrcw.-ey, but having
recently been destroyed by fire, a new building mticli larger and more
convenient has been erected. Everything new and neat.
Stop at the Bartlett.
FEED BARN IN CONNECTION
URNS MILLING CO
HORTON & SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good Road
Lumber Yard in Burns
THE WELCOME PHARMACY
Keeps everyli nig that ca b found in a first-
chss and up-to-date Drug Store. Our Store
is modem and our 1 abrat- ry comp! le. We
Have Largest Assostment of Prescription Brogs
In the Interior.
We compound and dispense medi
cine with scietific
Come In take a look at a
beautiful display of
ACCURACY AND 5 k I Li
And ire gua ru ntee every articl» that goes
out of our store. When in net d of any
thing in our tine don't /‘ail to call as you
trill get your money's worty.
On the counter you will
also find catalog illus
If you want the
▼ery best values
for your money
H. M: HORTON
City’ Drug Store
HOPKINS &. GARRETT,
Mao iGelnrer« and dealers io
SADDLES and HARNESS.
Bridles, Spurs, Whips, Robes: Ropes, f tc.
If your stock are ailing in any way come and get some
Security Stock Remedies: (»all cure, liniments, blisters,
etc. Also poultry food.
Address, Burns, Oregon
WHgon Work and Horseshoeing.
At th" Old Stand.
All Work (luirin’ id.