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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 30,
P ublisher .w :> P roprietor .
ne Year (in advance)
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her does not take his paper
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the Publisher continues
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r postoffice. This proceeds
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oblige me very much by going into with bin), so far as money was con
the house and knockingthat squall cerned, an<l the semi-humorous in
[Detroit Free Pruts Mftv Wlh.)
ing young’un on the head.”
scription printed upon either side
Some of my readers may have
It was half an hour before I of the “schooner” indicated he was
formed the opinion that Mr. Bow dared make an excuse to get out not a stranger to the leading attrac
ser is egotistical. He is simply the again. By that time Mr. Bowser tions of some of the Western states.
On Main street, Burns, Harney county, Oregon.
average husband. The average had the spring on, but the door In fact ho had evidently tried them
P roprietress .
MRS. C. M. CALDWELL
husband knows it all without being stood open instead of shut, llo all and got the worst of it each
egotistical. And if any one has was standing in a deep study.
time. These were the words,
formed the idea that Mr. Bowser is
“I know what ails it, Mr. Bow printed in large, black letters, that
This Old and Reliable House
obstinate, 1 wish to disabuse his [ ser.”
pedestrians read as the schooner
Has been refurnished and put in condition to accommodate the Traveling Pub
mind on that point. Mr. Bowser
floated down Fifth street towards
lic, Guests from the Country, Transient and Regular Day Boarders and
never concedes to me, but that isn’t! “When you tightened the spring the state line.
Meals served promptly. Charges reasonable. The fare
w and service the best the country affords. Wants of Pas
obstinacy. That is simply the way up you turned it to the right.
sengers by Stage promptly met. Time-Tables
chinch Bilged In lllinoy
of all husbands.
That throws tlie door open. If
and Daily Newspapers in the O ffice .
The other morning I asked Mr. you’ll tighten to the left, the door
Bowser if he wouldn’t send up a will spring shut.”
: Baldnobbed in niissouree
IT CLAIMS TO BE A FIRST-CLASS COUNTRY HOTEL
carpenter to hang the scrcen-door
He sat down on th? steps and
Perhibbitted in Kansas
Only, anti offers its courtesies to all visiting Hurns, the Trade-Center of Harney country.
to the kitchen and, after a moment’s looked at me with twelve different
: RIOklahoniy or Bust!!!
thought, he replied:
shades of irony and sarcasm in his
Absolutely Pure. I “I’m in no hurry this morning expression, and finally deigned to
The Best Work Ku ant.
and I’ll hang it myself.”
Tbi6 powder never varies. A marvel of puri
“But it’s got to have a spring on,1 “Where did you learn all you
ty, strength, and wl.o’i s aneneFs. More eco
The eighth volume of Alden’s
nomical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude of you know.”
Manifold Cyclopedia extends from
low test, shore weight, alum or pht Bphate pow
“Well what of that.”
ders. Sold only in eai.s. R oyal B aking P ow
“Will you fix that spring as I Ceylon to Club-Foot, and is fully
der C o ., 105 Wall st., New York.
equal to its predecessors—its hand
“If I can’t I want to be knocked
“No, ma’am, I wont! I’ve been some type, numerous illustrations,
on the head for an idiot! I’ve put looking it over, and I know where handy form, neat, substantial bind
on more doors and gate-springs the trouble is. It's a spring for a ing, and more than all, its skillful
T. V. B. EMBP.EE, M. D. than you’ve hairs in your head.” left-hand door. I should have seen editing, which brings within such
Office a» l.ia residence on the east sido of Sil
vie« Ri * er. ten miles below Burns.
loft, and after running up and down ; bothering around.”
amount of knowledge, so well adapt
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and backwards and forwards for
“I can make that spring work on ed to popular needs, are a satis
S. B. McPheetors. M. D. half an hour his assortment of tools this door.”
faction and a delight to students.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Not only in its marvelously low
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
brace and bit, a plane, a screw your conceit for no money. No price, but in every other respect, j
ln Burns, Oregon.
driver and screws, a square, com wonder you haven’t a single friend this seems better than any other
J. G. Welsh, M. D.
pass, a mitre-box and a tape line. in this neighborhood.”
Cyclopedia suited for use in the
Offers his professional services to the citizen«
“Does it require all those tools to
“I have all I want, and I can homes of the masses, and in our|
of Hunts ami vicinity. Office-ut residences, of
hang a screen door?” I queried.
public libraries. A specimen vol-1
fix that spring in two minutes.”
We respectfully solicit the trade of Stockmen and Ranchers.
“It may and it may not,” he re
J. IIURKHEIMER <fc CO.
“Never! You simply want an time, to be returned if not wanted,
P. F. STENGER'S OLD STAND.
opportunity to break it. You’d may be had in cloth binding for
“Can I assist you in any way?” ! ! tear the whole kitchen down for 50 cents, or in half Morocco for 65
t . a . M c K innon ,
“Can you assist me! Mrs. Bow the sake of carrying your point, cents;
,r>. Address John
Any and all kinds of surveying done on shor
notice and reasonable terms.
you talk as if you didn’t regard Go in and maul that howling baby B. Alden, Publisher, New York,
wishing to be located, can have plats furnislie
FREE of charge.
me as half baked! When I want some more.”
Chicago, Atlanta, Ga.. or San Fran
your valuable assistance I’ll send
I grabbed the wrench from his cisco.
Saddle and Harness Shene- you word on a postal eard!”
hands, loosened the spring and
J. c. WELCOME - PttopitiKTOB.
I retired in good order and re then turned it the other way, and
mained out of sight twenty minutes. lol the door shut and was held stiff
When I returned he had the door in its place, as was designed.
w- A-T-C-H-M - A-K-E-R
on and seemed very well satisfied., “There! Mr. Bowser!”
“You’ll have to make a »slight
“There what !”
change in that, Mr. Bowser.”
“The spring shuts the door.
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r .
“I don't see it.”
“You’ve hung it to top bottom.” | “But look! Did you ever see
The Burns Beer is a Fine Quality, and may be had by the Glass, Bottled, or in Quantity.
“I have eh? I’ll bet you $10, ! door work nicer?”
000,000 to a cent I haven’t.”
“It doesn’t work at ail.”
“Well, look at the knob and the
catch and moldings on the panels.” : “I see a ruined door, just as I ex
GEO. POPE a co.
He was fairly beaten, and he re pected to sec, and now I must get
alized it. but instead of acknowl an entire new screen! Mrs. Bow-
Combines the juice of the Blue Figscf
i edging tbe corn he looked at it for ser, I have borne from you Until California, so laxative and nutritious,
a moment and then quietly said: the limit is about reached, Don’t with the medicinal virtues of plants
geo . M c G owan .
to be most beneficial to the
“I slipped it on that way to see provoke me to desperation, Hus- known
human system, forming the ONLY PER
bands rendered desperate by per-1 promptly on the
sistent and malicious nagging have
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED---- your attention to it I”
been known to nrise at midnight
—AND TO —
---- ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL.
and wipe out the whole family!”
made the change and was putting
— SO THAT —
»»“Agent for Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company,
on the spring when I came back.
Geo. McGowan - - - Burns,
V. J. Milller, - - - Harney.
The cultivation of the prune is a
a door in his life, and it would not
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Boston Agency with DENNY, RICE <fc CO.
branch of horticulture. Naturally follow. Every one is using it
have detracted from his dignity to
llf'J Federal st.
and all are delighted with it. Ask youl
ask my advice, but he would have The trees are heavy bearers. The druggr t for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
’) C1UU1UU1UU) inilllU, Dill
factured only by the
died first. He measured for it and
Toilet Articles, Glass, Putty, &c.
began to bore a hole for the screen. Agin (French prune) are twoofthe CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
F kancisco , C al .
After he had worked for two or best varieties. It is claimed that L oukvtllk , S K an
W. E. GRACE, P roprietor ,
N ew Y okk , N
E. I). GRAY
- Burns, Or three minutes I asked:
this branch of fruit-growing will be
r. Bowser, which way are you more profitable than any other kind
A Large Assortment of
in the future. Fifty pounds of!
turning that gimlet?”
A N 1)
FINE CUTLERY, NOTIONS, Etc
“What do you mean?” he de- dried prunes would be a very low
estimate for a full bearing prune
manded, as he stopped work.
W. V WILSHIRE,
Has just been Received.
“You have been turning to the tree. As a rule they are planted
Promptly executed. The building her been en left.”
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
larged and improved and in nrepared to turn
“Of course I have! Whoever the acre; that would give 5,400
out til! kinds .if bla< ksmithing on «hurt notice
and in the best style. Terms: Cash.
heard of turning a boring tool any
»»“Everything guaranteed pure and of the very best quality.
eight cents a pound. Reduce the
LAKEVIEW AND HARNEY, OR.
“I have. You may work all day
This firm prartices in the courts of the State,
Rei Front Liverv & Feed that
before the C. H. Land office. Any land I
way and not accomplish any per pound which will give the pro and
office or other buairwss entrusted to them will
receive prompt attention.
thing. That gimlet and all other
acre, and the work is light compar INLAND CAHErt SOLICITED.
gimlets turn to the right.
V. J. Ml LI.IK.
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
II. CALDWELL. - -
P roprietor .
“They do eh? What a smart
there were import' d into the United
Harney City, Oregon.
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED- wife I have! You had better de States 64,995,545 pound« of dried
P roprietors .
SAYER <t DORE
Will practice In all the State Courts.
liver a scries of lectures on me
prunes. When skill and care are
brought to bear in picking, drying
“Will you turn to the right?”
•I f our motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice
and packing, our prunes will be the ß LACKS MIT j I JyHOp
Saddle Horses Furnished a» Rtasonable Chance«
and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding
and Gr.tomingof Transient Stock. Hay & Grain
He bored and bored, determined favorite in the eastern markets over
VAN. S. CURTIS, P rop ’ b .
not to give in, and at length I all foreign competitors.—Ex.
pushed him aside, and turnod the
All kinds of Blacksmithing
Oklahoma, or Bust.
gimlet to the right and have it into
and Wagon work
An old-fashioned “prairie schoon
HOTJE3T-1. the wood in no time.
“Didn't I tell you ao, Mr. Bow er,” that has evidently been on the
11 orse shoeing S5.OO ■ span.
Mrs. Louis Racine, - - Propriety bf .
move constantly during the past
A limited nuniberof guests can secure the
ni<»«t comfortable lodging room* in the town
“Well, the man who made that century, drifted into the city yes
at this home. Tuole* stippiiedwith all winds
It’s terday forenoon. It had the usual HARNEY, -
of eatables the marxet afford«.
1 lv gimlet deserves state prison!
the first one I ever saw that turned complement of three or four
COATSWORTH A TREGASKIS.
to the right, and I had seen mill scrawney dogs, a big rooster, two
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
ions of them before you were born.” or three kittens, several dirty-faced
THE LEIN SER LIBRARY
“Can you put the spring on children, and a lank couple repre
“Her Double Life.” by Harriet f^wls,
C. A. SWBKK.
And all kind»«J surface lumber thoroughly seasoned for building purposes aad at
Ledger Library No. I Paner rover 50e; Bound
ATTORN EY-AT-LA W.
“Mrs. Bowser,” he answered, af was an Oklahoma outfit, a dupli “f’nknown,” hy Mrs E. D. E. N. Houthworth.
CANTOS CITY. OREGON
U-.iK'-r LH-rary No 2 Paper. Mit; Bound, |I.0C
ter glaring at me in a chilled steel cate of the “Pike’s Peak or bust”
way for half a minute, “perhaps I aggregation that got picked off by Any of th»; foregolnr works will be «uppllcd
and Ne«n<lra!*rs. will he went
ought to be in the idiot asylum, Indians less than a score of years I»- by s’ Bookaellerf
age paid. on the reretjd of the prire, by
and perhaps I do know enough to ago. The old man looked as if it
ROBERT DGNNF.K’R BO1M.
L elosk »• iMdPd,
Office Canyon City and Burns
come in wli< n it rains. Yon will was already a genuine case of •'bust’’
Cor. WHUim «nd t prucc ■'* N* * York
Mil. AM> Mils. llOWSEIl,
J ■ d / l . grace ,
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
J ob work .