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anvone if they look at the matter gates to rep-essnt the various pre-
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—Everybody is going to the which speaks well for the sex in a...,
Hanev because it indicates an in- in the ProPer ll8ht’ think’ lo.r a “°" cincts at the county convention.
masquerade ball the 14th inst.
Ou motion of D. A. Cawlfield the
it aney, oecai se it indicates an in ; raent
^e t town
that t the
proportionment was adopt
— W. Y. King has bought J. 3. terest and a desire to learn the po-| decla’re an individual house or fam-
at large, one dele
...... r<. tin..H just
inat to work a hard-
F ebruary 1Î IM
Kenyon’s interest in the blacksmith litical standing of our county on its jj..
votes cast at the
the - SL1»|J
or for the fun ot it? _ Aid:
trUt? DflS18. The
The dance supper will be given ladies does not signify that they i aga>n<councils
whom and what should be quaran
n | the LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
tined, by the advice of a physician, I
^ newspaper in thiscounty .
shows a disposition on their part Now -g
any money in the doctor’s 7, Island 2, Harney 5, Silyies *lr
—Messrs Rutherford, Grace and
Crane Creek 2, Saddle Butte 2,
to advise —
Jasper Davis were selected as state to acquire political knowledge.
„Persons quarantined often, or tn j Poison Creek 2, Pine Creek 2,
delegates by the populists last Sat-
—John E. Davis an t____
DfnlWraiie Announcements. 1 urday.
¡almost every case, feel themselves Drewsey 4, Lake 3, Happy Vally 2,
__ :____ 1 because rtf
Jail steel cages who was here some aggrieved,
interfer Diamond 2, Catlow 1, Wild Horse
— None but maskers will be al time since, but arrived a day late ence with their liberties. This we 2, Alvord 2, and Pueblo 1.
It appearing] to the committee
lowed to dance until after 12 o’clock the county court had the day pre- observe is natural, but is it proper?
no member of the committee
vious accepted a bid from another, And further.
I hereby announce mysMf a can- on the 14th.
in Pueblo precinct, also a va
e . . .
, . i a some old woman, besides others, to
,. I for'the office of Sheriff, eub
<he kjnd ef gymndthy that cancy in Happy Valley precinct,
—Mr- Johnson, road overseer on agent, writes a friend here that he
■otto the action of the Democratic Silver creek, was in town Saturday.
will put these steel cages in our aggravate8 the case, until finally ordered the chairman to appoint
for $2500. Mind you, every- the quarantined think themselves members for said precincts. O. B.
C g T0R0E SHELLEY.
—Mr. and Mrs. Jap McKinnon’s
added, that is, he will bring The most abused citizens in this Dingle was appointed for Happy
baby was very sick Saturday night
to the town of Burns and put, fond °f freedom, ^hen again they Valley and Del Deffenbaugh for
and Sunday, but we are glad to say
JOB COUNTY CLERK.
it is now improving.
* are persuaded to to belleye it is not Pueblo precinct.
them up in order, for the amount,
There being no further business
—If you fail to attend the mask named. The contract taken by the oad eoJd etc , and that other folks and on motion the meeting ad
I hereby announce myeeir a can
W,l, for the office of County ball the 14th, you will miss “the
H. E. T hompson ,
county court agrees to pay $2700 jn the place are having the same journed.
Clerk subject to the action of the
for the cages, in place, and futher ■ and their liberty is not interfered C has . Z eigler ,
event” of j our life.
to pay the freight on them from i with. Certainly^ that s all right,
—Joe Gill got back from moving
you will always find that argument
Mr. Britten and family to Canyon the railroad. The bid made by used, anG it is enough to cause the
last Friday. He went to Baker Davis is certainly quite a saving qUarantined to have snakes in their
The co-partnership heretofore ex
and it wou’d be well for the court boots. But all this does not alter isting in the blacksmith and repair
I herebv announce myself a can
—New no »is f t the Johnson store to reconsider the contract if possi-the facts in the case, and the facts ing business in Burns Ore., under
didate for the- «tflice of County
I<are the council is not to blame for the firm name of McKinnon &
Clerk, subject to the action of the now under control of Henry Canaday. * *'
following the advice of the doctor Kenyon is this day dissolved by
1.1 ust as chraf) as ever <>r cheaper Calf
Democratic County Convention.
and the doctor should have the mutual consent, all debts and ac
S W. MILLER. • and examine goods mid get prices, and
and grat’tude of any town counts owing to said firm must he
if suited buy.
or community for stopping the immediately settled by cash or
—Jorgensen has the finest and Appears in this issue. Mr. Miller spread of any disease. A great
notes or be put in the hand of a
best lot of goods that ever came to is so well known that it makes the deal could be said on this subject collector for settlement with cost
I hereby announce mvse f a can- ( o
Burns; go and see for yourself, effort, much easier, on our part, to but this is enough to ease our con for settlement added. A. J. McKin
of Assessor, TT . ’, 8
non is authorized to settle and re
subject to the action of the Dem<- He is also taking Cabinet Photos. present him, properly, before the ( science.
for all monies paid.
critic County Convention.
this 8th. day of Feb 1896.
JOHN 0. CAWLFIELD;
go and see what he has on hand.
A. J. M c K innon ,
he can have again for the asking.
—The Mary Dawphit ranch lo
J. S. K enyon .
This is a recommendation that car
Pursuant to a call, the democrat
. cated at the sink of Prater creek is
ries with it great weight and proves i ic county committee of Harney plNAL FROOi.
Burns 1st. and 3rd. Sundays of for sale, Price $500. This is a iconelus velv the confidence of the , county- Oregon, met at Burns Feb.
the month 11 a. m. and 8 p. nr. j good ranch and worth a great deal public, in his ability and impartial 8th, 1896, Chairman, H. E Thomp
January 27, 1896.
Silver Creek 4th. Sunday 11 a. m. ( more than the price asked for it. discharge of his duties in an office son, presiding. The following are Notice 1» hereby aiven that the followlng-
nameil settler has filed notice of hi» intention
the —_ proceedings:
in 13 support
1' i to make
“ »» final
va |r pv IV vna
11» , UllU
and 5 p. m The 2nd Sunday will Call at this office or on John Mar-
of public trust. The democratic
The roll called to ascertain the I that Haid proof will be made before Register A
be reserved for general work in tin for further information.
,nnn. nr0ni.^0 nrucnnf tU roJ aecel’2r
Land.Office at Burn» Ore, <rtt
precincts present, the re Match 7, 189«, via:
party of this county will not make various
W illiam T. W hitworth .
No. 85 for the
NWJ4 WU NEJ4 Sec 14,
—M H. Brenton and Joe Gill a mistake by declaring Mr. Miller sult being: Island, Burns. Pine Tp Hd.
24, S R 30 E.
R ev . G ibson ,
witness«-» .to prove
are now the owners of the White its limine; for the office to wl.ich I fre,ek- „DrewM-L'
hi» continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said laud viz: Byron Terrel-, John Witzell,
Front Livery Stable, Mr. Gill hav-1 he aspires,
Nellis Parker and B. R. Witsell, ail of Burna,
moi d and Poison Creek.
ing purchased the half interest
THOMAS JONES. Register
—In this issue appears the an-1
owned bv W. E. Graee. They are
nouncements of the tw* democratic i
moving from the Red Front barn candidates, one for the office of| Reiolved that democratic county piNAL PROOF
—Chairs of all paterns and de today, to their own. Both Messrs. County Clerk, the other for Asses convention of Harney county be LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON.
held at Burns, April 1st, 1896,
Feb. 8, 1896.
scriptions at the hardware store of Brenton <fc Gill are good stablemen sor. For clerk, Chas. Kenyon, who adopted.
Notice ia hereby given that the following
and have the confidence of the pub now holds that responsible position,
Resolved that the democratic named settler ha» filed notice of hi» intention
make final pn>of in support of hi» claim.and
be held in the various to
that »aid proof will be made before Register
but not by election, having been
—Kid Trish was in town one day
Receiver U 8. Land Office at Buris Oregon,
precinctB on March 25th, adopted. on March
26. 1896, viz W illiam H. O. bson .
—Indian war veterans and wid ¡appointed by the county court to
Ordered by chairman to ascer Hd. No, 201, for the 8WJ4, Sec .>z Tp 22 8 R
—Ted Hayes came in last Satur ows of deceased veterans who de fill the unexpired term of P L. tain the number of vwtes cast for
He name» the following witneMc» to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
........ Mr. members of congress at last election of,
day suffering with the tooth ache sire the passage of the bill granting Shideler.
»aid land, viz: Thoma» Bain,Price Wither»,
8a,ne being 280, this to form a Peter
but Dr. Cate soon relieved him.
Mortimer, and Samuel Mickel, all of
them pentions, which is now before Shideler resigned he recommended !
THOMAS JONES, Register.
—Judge Rutherford came over to congress, can send their address,
attend the populist meeting, in this, C0,nPany an<l regiment, character being in every sense qualified to fill |
place, last Saturday. He is still in of service, name of Company, and the office, Mr. Kenyon filling at the •
regimental officers to Waters <fc time the office of deputy clerk. So,
Gowen, who will forward same to strong was the recommendation of
—The populist county convention
Capt. T. A. Wood, Portland, Ore Mr. Shideler, and the confidence
will be held here in April. The
gon, free of charge. This is of in placed in the ability and fitness of
orimarie» on the 4th, and conven- ’
terest to all who served in any In the applicant by the court, alihough
lion on the 16th.
dian war between the years of 1848 two of the court are republicans, !
-The republican ------
attended and the other a populist, none of j
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tiou convenes on the same day of to at once.
I the court of the same politics as the
the democratic convention, April
—George Shelley announces his applicant, ha was appointed with
yth, and at Portland. *
candidacy for the office of sheriff in out a murmur or dissenting voice.
—The.republicans, of the county,
this ’«sue. Mr. Shelley is an old This speak» weli for Mr. Kenyon
and proves to the democracy of1
•-»venot yet determined on, what
settler in Harney having been a
ate they will hold the county pri-
Harney county his worth and
resident of the county about twelve
’u*ries and conyention.
chances for election if honored with
years. He has many friends in the
the nomination. John Cawlfield
Hudson, well county has never offered himself as
for assessor will,if nominated, make
here, and now residing in
a good race because ot his charac
wri,e8 ^t he is the
°f “ g'rl baby-born I I every way qualified to fill the office. ter, qualifications and gentlemanly
His being an old settler and per courteous disposition.
«nd°"0 for the Beet Sue.
He is a
tained Gentleman Character.
Judge Rutherford, in a letter manent resident of the county is democrat, but not a loud mouthed ,
j ni Con8"^man Klli», ¡8 ¡nform greatly in his favor, because we politician
He respects the polit-.
f ’’^hauces ai-e verT faTOrable know his object is not to get out of ical opinions of his neighbors* and
route l*dng estab- - the citizens of the county what friends, but is always ready to de
" *nne,nucca°to this money he can and then “skip.”
fend his own. If honored with the
—We attended the populist meet- nomination and elected, Mr. Cawl
'rfthep R. ‘e.’^er ar”? I’rimOrtago ing at Harney last Friday evening.
field will honor the office and his
d».v* Rinceour* foL’
^uite a nutuber wcre present. The
party, also command the respect of
‘ 4 • linee our )Mst inue, acino
tobe '7'r,Ja-v Frank cameoyer
the public without regard tq politics.
centm , 'sent. at 'he democratic gotten up for the occasion, and that
—Quite an amount of superflu
®‘nv frimfeet'ng, and hit we think was the best part of the
talk is being made regarding
resolutions presented by the chair the action taken by the town board
man. - Many ladies were present because of the scarlet fever. Does
TWO PRIZES GIVEN:
MUSIC BY LEK CALDWELL'S ORCHESTRA.
• The managers will spare no
pains tc make this ball “the event”
of the season,
----- A cordial invita-
tion extended to all
TICKETS $1. Gent spectators 60 cts. Ladies free.