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BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 1. 1901.
M. I>. M.latyra, Vioprlalvr
CBM. N «'«wbraaa. Ndltur lU Maaag.r,
. OREGON NOIES
W. J. Donaldson, of Prairie City,
reports having been stopped by aw
armed man on Burnt River Moun- ¡
I thin, who look his rig for the stage
laureatine News From Different* I>unald»on savs <hattbe night was
Parts ef the State.
dark k he could not ree
roe more than
the outline« of the man. He was
allowed to proceed unmolested, and
on netting the west bound «tage
Tltc Paoific Miner, a semi-month notified the driver, who had among
ly publication devoted to mining, his passengers two armed men.
lias just made its appearance in Nothing more has been heard of
the would-be stage robber.
Five groctr\' stores in Safein were
Two carloads of horses were ship
entered by tramps the night of the ped from Baker City last week .o
25th, but only small amounts of the East by Susanville people. The
luonev and goods were taken.
incident brought up the recent diffi
PRIMARY LAW TEST
Paralyzed the Court.
A case of common drunk came be
fore th-police court of Pendletoa
today. The case, however, was not
Election Reform Lerlstlon Al of common words, for the greatest
leged to Be Void.
conglomeration of phraseology was
fired at the judge that ever came
Portland seems to be having from the lips of an officer. The
more than its share of trouble re luckless fellow was not yet over his
Hardware of Every Datcription.
garding lav« pasted at the last intoxication. So the officer, pre
Legislature. The Legislature last senting him to the court,(he had
winter passed two primary laws, apparently been reading the New
one known as the Morgan law the York Sun, for the Mme combina
other, the Lockwood law. affecting tion of words appeared recently in
elections in cities having more than that newspaperlsaid of the culprit:
“Your honor, this man is intoxi
10 000 inhabitant«. The laws are
He is drunk, inebriated,
said to conflict, and as one party cated.
Carl Jones, chief clerk in the culties at the stock yards over the
io Portland see me to be doing the tipsv, full, loaded, jagged, fuddled,
Baker City postoftice, died last mixing of brindt of horses and the
kicking they are evidently very tight, topheavy, slewed, half-shot,
at Ht. Elizabeth's hospital corralling for shipment of horses
»• w e oeee «eee ewee e e e -w- • ewe • •• wwwe ww ww eaaaa o»«s
happy for the loop hole of escape. half gone, evergone, overtake«,
, of appendicitis. Ho was the oldest helot ging to others who had not
JOHN W HIUGH. l'rvei.leiit,
U.C. LKVEN8, •
fight in the metropolis may primed, afflicted, elevated, exhilar-
son of Kn Junes of Vale. Oregon. sold and did not want to ship. At
C saluer. « «
have its effect fur good on ale<L genial, happy, mellow, corned,
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Robert E Glaze, recently con- first it was thought a number of the whole state, as the Multnomah beery, winy, groggy, boozy. soaked,
' victed of lhe yiurder of Willinm horses had been stolen, but it was delegation has been nearly the .chock a block, iusby, muggy, bory-
Trewallat his business partoej, in finally concluded that errors had whole thing when it came to legis eyed, meddled, jiggered, foggy,
Han Francisco, Las bee a sente need been made. Much annoyance and lating But at the next legislature hazy, dizzy, stunned, dazed, moory.
• (Incorporated )
j tolife imprisonment st San Quentin, inconvenience, and
instead of legislating to reform poli 1 dopy, ossified, petrified, paralysed.
(¡laze formerly lived in Polk Coun-
“He has afglorioua or elegant)
tics in one particular county, let it
! men by confusion of brands.
, ty, Oregon.
apply to Che whole state. Primary jag on. a load on, a skate on, a bum
B 8. Pauge, ex-forecast official
Mias Lulu Mounts, of Franklin, laws are successful in other states, on, a brannigan on, a shine on, a
J A General Banking Business Transacted. ? ut the Portland weather station, had one finger amputated from each why not in Oregon? The laws in still on, an edge on. a skin full, he
LDirectors; W. Y. King. I H Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E Triach. J
and recjntly relieved from duty at hand last week, says the Junction question apply to Portland and has got a cup too much, he has
J. C. Welcome.
D< troit, has been assigned to Buf Times. t he will not mis* them, Multnomah county alone, but just looked on the wine when it is red,
N. Y , as assistant iu chango however, as she .’till has five fingers whv thorc in Portland seem so de he has a bee in his bonnet, he has
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of the Weather Bureau exhibit at on each hand. She and her twin termined to down tht m may cause a an applejack gait, he has been Cak
brother wero born 21 years ago and suspicion of their true i intention. It ing a little of Paddy’s eye water or
had ! 12 finrers
fingers and 12 toes,
that the G.-t
faction they wish of red eye, he has been crooking
Adolph Andsraon, a large grape
STATE UF OREUOX
win out b'5 elbow, he has more sail than
grower near Forest Grove states he
V. » tu»tutto.
|Joseph II «u-»« I
, U Vi M«-Brld> .
un Ser them, hence the probable ballast, he has his main-brace well
will have the largest crop this year
M a Muodv
I Titoma* lol glia :
l< -iation to test their constitu- spliced, he has the sun in his eye,
ofchorrics. Italian and tilver prunes
l> K. X. BlarkUurt« '
were almost natural size and ’iciahty. Regarding probable ac I he can't see a hole io a ladder, 1 and
itr«d grapes that he has ever tu. 1
T. 1 Gw I
he can't down without bolding on.
«•»rotei t at SIM«.
... F. I uaobai 1
It is the intentiou of the vineyat 1- wer« lues ted just back of llv I first tion il the matter the Oregonian
• mm Taaamrar,
c «. Moora
“lie is half-seas over, thiee sheets
i ists thia year to make wine from jo ■ end extended out iron i the of the 25th says:
•a««. F»B. iaateaaaaa. ... ». H Arkaratan Ad^Main St.—opposite Rank.
the wind, on his beam ends un-
A suit to test the constitutionals.
•kata Ft later...................
W H Laa«<
¡their grape«, an this will net them Lan i instead of paralleling
• C K Wnlrartua
< tb rb She expects to bav ■■er i ’4v
(he two primary lavs passed Ter ’he influence of the weather,
. <H «. Haan
j the greatest profi .
»». A. Moora
Legislature this year, will ■ over the bay, in the clouds, in hi«
M a ueme. aoiARY
A wild bull got into Ifeker City
NINTH JUMCIAL DISTRICT
icup«, in bib pots, off kis troliey, off
U icr.tlv the kaolin beds near prubably be fifed in the State Cir
M. D. CIUT«r<J
W L. Merxien.
John W Ocnry. ; .everal »lays ngo nnd made t great
his nut, on a drunk, on a spree, oa
Fvo«a«aUuf ANoraor. ■■
; disturbance on Wa«hingtou street Ashland, Oregon, was purchased
rbyti'iane A Surgeon».
bender, on a racket, on a tear, on
U. a. LAND UFFi«'X. BURNS
for the ourpose of manufacturing
Büros. Oregon. He saw his refioi lion in a large
Oaa. W. Hayaa
a ran-tan, on a ree-raw, he ia feel
plate glass io the Antkrs Annex, porcelain ware there. Iu Bike-
at residence. *ltu>ne 20.
.**, known as the Morgan bill, and ing his oats, he is full ef mountain
and very nearly demolished the and Malheur counties there arc tu,
dew, full of chjpe, full of forty-rod
J. W. Morrow i
Joint Hanator ..........
building, but he was headed off and be found the finest beds ofthis clay tbc otber waB ¡«‘«^uced b7 Scna- booze, full of Jersey lightning, full
I. 8 Geer
prevented from doing any damage. in the etate, and this evidence of j *or ^’,rl an<^ framed by Charles E, of tanglefoot, full of bug juice, he
Jame« Sparrow ■ <> . KLEBS. M. D
The police finally drove the wild capital’s interest pet haps augurs Lockwood, political reformer ami is as full as a tick, full as a goat,
( A. Venator !
Phytician and Surgeon.
investments in this section before c'ub organizer, and is entitled: “An
beast out of the city.
I Geo. Hagey I
The bed north of Hunting- acl to provide for primary elections I full as a bedbug, he is as drunk as
i A six years* l<-a«e of the Hot
a lord, drunk as a boiled owl,
Geo. Blielle)' .
ffiiee over Voegtly’s hardware Lake property near Union, with ton has a reputation for fineness *n c*l*e8 having a population of
... It. A Miller
which will attract factories. Some tnore than 10.000 inhabitants, and drunk as a fiddler's bitch, drunk
store, Main St.
,. Joe Bui'tmnan
of it now in the Aug 1 brickvard providing the manner of conduct- as David’s sow, he is weak (wab
' cured bv Dr. G. W. Tape of Sump
... .J.C. Bartlett
Knpi. o( Rcboola ....
tor mixtuie with the ordinary clay in8 the same, and to prevent frauds bly) on his pius, all mops and
.. .Geo. Whittr-g
ter, who will take charge of this
to make fine pressed brick, ehows and punish crimes at such elec- brooms, and about to cast up his
..Dr W. L Man<aen
well known health resort on the
Ihe Huntington Kaolin be ts to be 'lioQ,‘' and to »PPly lhe principles accounts.”
Black Inspector............ feto Richardson
i. w nt««.
mu tun bi M i
first of the ensuing month. Dr.
the best. They are of great
Australian ballot and the1 And at last accounts the court
Tape will convert the hotel at the
magnitude and very accessible, registry law to the primary election was running yet.—East Oregonian.
J astica of the Peace............ D. lamesori
lake into a first class sanitarium,
BURN«. OK KO ON.
Cenatabla.......................... <»eo Trogaaltia
, Ixt some enterprising man of the ( bc‘d >n such cities,
with hospital facilities and accom
^Office in Bank building.
community connect them with a
The provisions of these laws An Houest Medielue for La Grippe.
CITY OF BURNS.
George W. Watt, of South Gardi
C. E. Kenyon.
■ strong concern capable of properly
frequently been published,
H. II Wilcox who arrived here developing them.—Baker City Re- ^be Lockwood law applies only to ner, Me., says “I have had the
H'™ a SAXTON.
last week brought with him a publican.
Portland, which is the only city in the worst cough, cold, chills and
OSO. W HAVES.
JOHN O. SAITOS
W A Govan.
mother opossum and seven little
the etate having more than 10,000 grip and have taken lots of trash
(I C. Foley.
).V. E Tiiwli.
ones direct from
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh inhabitants, and provides tor the of no account but profit to the ven
election of delegates to political con- dor. Chamberlain’s Cough Rem
that t'ontaiu Mercury.
fW* Attorney tor Stet« Scheel BoarS.
uf this luxury is said to flourish.
ventions and all that 60rt of thing, edy is the only thing that has done
as mercurv will surely destroy the
and the direct primary law aims any good whatever. I have used
family to J. B. Thompson of
' to do away with city or county one bottle of it and the chills, cold
range the whole system when on- i
Rt'asa I. odgk N o . 70, K of P
North Union who is taking good
conventions in this county
and grip have left me. I congrat-
Meet« every rhnraiiav night,
care of the curious animals.—
I The opponents of these laws con ulate'the manufacturers of an hon
faces. Such articles should never
idea W Hayes. C. C.
tend that they are repugnant one est medieiue.” For s>’e by H. M.
I end end Collection buelneec.
8. Mjthet.hvad, K of It. 8.
be used except on prescriptions
'Phono No. t.
to the other; that their operation Horton Burns, and Fred Hainee
The twenty ninth annual reunion
from reputable physicians, as the
would cause much unnecessary ex Harney.
BURNS CHAPTER, NO. 4». O. E. 8
damage they will do is ten fold to
Meets serond and fourth Monday of
will take place in Portland, in the the good you can possibly derive pense and increase taxation, and
each month in Masonic h ill, Voegtly
The merited reputation for cur-
Exposition building, on June 14. from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, that they are unconstitutional
building. Mrs. Mrggin Ixivens, W. M yytLUAMS a FITZGERALD
Various reasons for their unconsti ' ing piles, sores and skin diseasea
All persons coming to, or born in, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, J mmi .
the original territory of Oregon Co., Toledo, O, contains uo mer tutionality are alleged, and it is acquired by DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
Salve, has led to the making of
Attorney st Lew,
prior to February 14, 1859, with cury, and is taken internally, act stated that three decisions by th«? worthless counterfeits.
BURNS LODGE, NO. 97, A. F. .< A M.
Law, Notarial and Real Eitate
out regard to where they now live, ing directly upon the blood and C&litornia Supreme Court have and g»t only DeWitt’s Salve. City
Monts Saturday on or before full moon.
been rendered adverse to laws con Drug Store, H. M. Horton, Prop.
are eligible to membership. A fare
Qualified brothers fraternally invited,
! mucous surfaces «>f the system. In ;
<!. E Krayoo, W. M. F. 8. Rieder,
features similar to those Fred Haines. Harney City.
and a fifth rate will be given for
buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure
in these acts. It is al-
i gWF“Office in old Masonic building round trip over all railroad and you get the genuine. It is taken in- j
that such laws
steamboat lines centering in Port ternally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, i
Mrs. C. E. VanDeusen, of Kil-
BUKNMLQPGK.NO. A3, A. O. U. W.
canuot be made to apply only to bou-n, Wia., was afflicted with stom
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimon
Mwti st drown hall ev«rv Friday eve p M. JORDAN,
one city or county in a state, as ach trouble and eonstipation for a
ning ViMtina brother« fraternally in
The fullowing officers were elect ials free.
one county is not entitled to have long time. She says, “I have tried
vited. Thoa Maicera, W. M Chao. N.
ed by the Grand Lodge of Odd Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Practical Land Surveyor.
more security or safeguards in elee- many preparations but none hava
Hall’« Family Pills are the boat.
Baras. Oregon, Fellows of Oregon at its session in
than another, or burdened done me the good that Cbamber-
Baker City last week: Grand master, I
H ARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O. O. F.
cost proportionately in Iain’s Stomach and Liver Tsbleta
J. N. Nelson, of McMinnville; depu- j This season there is a large death
Meets every Haturdavevcoing, Brown's
than another county, have ” These Tablets are foreale M
hall Visiting brothers fraternally in g W. MILLER.
ty grand master, Robert Andrews, rate among children from croup
. , u*'°' *
Julian Byrd, N. G.
and lung troubles Prompt action aDC‘ that there cannot be a special Citv Drug Store, H. M. Horton,
C. O. 8mi h, Hecrutary.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Micelle, of Roseburg; grand secre will save the liltleones from these election law governing only one prop., Fred Haines. Harney City,
We know of part of a staie covering a general Priee, 25 cents. Samples free,
Mortssgei, Dsa««. Eta., correctly mede.
tary, E. E. Sharon, of Portland ,' terrible diseases
JULE CIRCLE. NO. 105. WOMEN OF
nothing so certain to give instant eiection
OfTlce nt Store.
Woodcraft. Meat» 2nd and 4th Tnes-
grand treasurer, Byron E. Miller, of
dav at Brown's Lull. Mrs. Tillie Jordan,
I Portland; grand representative, It .................................
All work intrusted to Sol David-
can also be relied upon in grippe
Mrs. Ione Whiting,
Jorgenson has stationery, scrap
the jeweler, will receive prompt
books, slereseopee, thermometers
Th» Northwest Livestock and __________________________________________________________
—— p— hammocks. Murine, etc. Call and
Wool Growers’ Journal and Items, ¡The next session of the grand lodge
At Welcome’« dru£ s ' amw .
grtll be held at Newport.
Ff J n,inM,
» ,ce biw
12 a year.
QregOiiiau nnj Tfems. $2.00
Geer & Cummins
THE CITIZENS BANK j
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