Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, June 15, 1901, Image 1

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BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 15. 1901.
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OREGON NOIES
Interesting News From Different
Part« of the Ntate.
Geer & Cummins
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th« largest holder of wool in thia
section, hi« participation was neces­
sary to make the combine success­
ful. The wool was sold to Eastern
dealers.
REPLY OF GOV. GEER
H im
A. Cottert, who lived on a ranch
about 12 miles from Durkee, in
Baker county, died suddenly June
6. The body was taken to Durkee,
and Coroner Snow called. It was
brought out in the evidence before
he Coroner’s jury that Cottell and
a party of friend«, among whom
was Stella Mead, a notorious char­
acter of Baker City. had l>eea in­
dulging in a prolonged alcohol and
morphine spree, from the effects of
which Cotteil died
The verdict of
the Coroner’s jury « as death from
alcoholic and morphine poisoning.
A few weeks ago Stella Mead was
married ton man by the name of
Kesler, who committed suicide in a
few hours after the ceremony was
perfoimed, as a result of a alcohol
and morphine debauch. The Mead
woman was recently confined to
the insane asylum at Salem, and
has onlv b en out a short time
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pay, declaring that he had brought
the rain. The doetori» somewhat
sceptical about the Indian having
produced the rain, but doesn’t know
how to get out of bis bargaiu.—•
Views on a Third Term for
Times-Mountaiaeer.
Frawiiient M Kinlev.
A CUKÍOUH WILL,
Salem, Or., June 6—Governor
A rather peculiar will was made
Geer today received tne following at Oregon City several years ago,
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telegram from the Chicago Ameri­ while later developments in the
OH EGON.
can:
character of a legate singularly
“Will McKinley be the first Presi­ l.avt fitted them «elves to the legal
dent totiave a third term?
• locument. Under the terms of the
“Have conditions so changed will two bi others McNamara,
that a third term is advisable?
minors, heired valuable property at
The shearing of the half million
“What do declarations bv such Oregon City with the condition that
Lakeeounty sheep will be finished
men as Senators Depew. Kearns should either of the brothers fail to
i n about a week, after which it is
aod
Hanna seem to indicate?'’
bear a good reputation on arriving
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expected the local wool market will
Governor Geer tent the following at the age of twenty-one the other
JOHN W BIUGH. Preeident,
H.U. LKVF..NH,
opeti al about nine and » half. The
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GEO.
> FRY. Cashier.
Coati ter.
Vice
Vice Free
i'reaideut.
idea t. j
reply tonight:
should heir ail the property.
latke county clip of 1901 ia said to
"I
do
not
believe
McKinley
will
One of them has proved a hard
be a superior quality, long fibre,
be
the
first
President
to
have
a
third
customer,
having been an inmate
clean and heavy.
term, nor that the man is born who of the State Reform School, also
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cobb crossed
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wi'I. For many reason» McKinley serving time in Washington and
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(Incorporated
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(lniorporatcd )
the Cascade Mountains bytheSxa-
will rank in history as one of our Multomah county jails. He is now
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BUKNH.
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OKEUON.
tiam route about 10 days ago They
greatest Presidents, but no combi in jail at Hillsboro on the serious
found anew for 10 miles, and it
nation of circums.ances will make < charge of larceny from a store. It
averaged about five feel deep At
t
it necessary for him to be seriously i seems that the testator had reason
A thrifty Dutch Fl it farmer, of considered by any one as a third
J A General Banking Business Transacted.
times they had 12 horses hitched
to mistrust the boy, else male a
the
Popnlrit persuasion, tried a lit­ term candidate. I have i o idea j
to one wagon. Il took them four
® Directors: W. Y. King, I S Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E Trisch.
good guess.
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J. C. Welcome.
days to cross the summit. They tle game on the County Clerk, says that he has ever thought so him­
•BOB a BBBOB O e B BB e BBOB BBB O w*. BO BBBB BWOB BBBOaB4»BBB BBBB
tried the McKenzie route, but failed, a Dilies paper. One day a week self. No matter how conditions
before the farmer brought to the
The girls this summer, ire to
might change in this country, the
A Portland lawyer will test the Clerk’s office one ear and put of
wear
the net waist, a garment so
proposition that no man should
OFFICIAI. PIHECTOUl
state barber law on the point that the scalp of a coyote, which he
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
serve a third term would still be gauzy and transparent that one can
i the word ‘ barbering” in the title claimed he had killed on hie place
see every pulsation of their dear
the best public policy. The dec­
«TAT« or ORKOON
of the act is not found in any dic- with strvchriine. He wa9 allowed
little hearts. One who has inspect­
lJ<>M»b Simon
U. • M*«»aU*«a.
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larations of the prominent me iyou
1U W Mcllrldr
tioru-y, therefore does not su i- the bounty of 92, although th«
ed these new-fangled waists turns
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M 4 N»odv
CunfttMueii,
name indicate nothing more thana
1 Thn«M< lol sua
'cientlv describe the business sought Clerk was i.i some doubt as to the
himself loose as follows:
desire to be sensational along the
P1IOTOGRA1 HER.
Attorn«y <l«nrr<i.
1» li. V. Blackburn
| to be prohibited on Sundays While legality of granting it when one ear
T. T. Virar 1
“The shirt-waist uun and the
flnvernor.
line of learning public sentiment
F J uiinbar
«•«ruai • at «tal«.
! there is no question ar to the mean- of the seulp was preae.ited. His
net-waist
girl go hand in hand to­
Hurns,
Oregon.
on the question. There can be no
htau TrtMUMir,
C a Nuora
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ing
of
the
word,
and
the
intention
day,
ai
d
all
the people year after
suspicions
that
there
was
soure
M>. 1. U Ankarmau
««»l Fab taMearfea«,
Main Hl —opp<»sitc Bank
doubt as to wha'th-» public mind
W H
•Kai« Trluter,
of the legislature, laws hare been crookedness at the bottom of ihe
year
ke-p
throwing
their elotliss
will say upon this subject. I bare
if K «.JsrrU.o
ret aside on flimsier pretexts.
Tl< H. K«ati
• upraaa J<i4(«a,
the the highest possible opinion of a wav. The coat and vest we laid
1 business were fully verified
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The anti nicklo in the slot law ¡ is g otherday when the same farmer President McKinley, but nece««itv to rest and where is the fleecy
NINTH JUMC4AL BUTM. T
M. 4». Clifford
W L Manden,
John W Geary,
rir«uH
ac last a de«d letter in Oregon. In brought in the head of a coyote, does not und will not rxis for the shawl? And clothes get thinner
MllUr
/¥>y «viaria <(- Surgeone.
j the circuit court for Maricn county with one ear and the surrounding departure from the established cus­ and fewer-what -»ill be th*» end of
tj. a I.AWll IrfM'l. et'RNa
Barna. Oregon. Monday the one suit that had been scalp missing Of course, he had a tom of the country upon the ques­ it all? Oh, what will the shirt­
Oao a llij"
9l««tBU*r
waist man take next from the
Cteaa. fttovell ffSF"O'tb-r at rreidrace. ’Pilone 20.
Maral var.
: brought to suppress these machines story to account for the missing tion of a third term
things be has to wear? And what
HARMEY (NJ v NT Y
was dismissed In a very few min­ ear. but it didn’t work with the,
“T, T. Geer, Governor.”
will the net waist girl throw off her
Clerk
worth
u
cent,
and
his
palp
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J. W. Morrow •
Joint SrnaUM ....
utes thereafter practically all of the
LH Ueer
RevriMirntaUv« ..............
shoulders
now so bear?
able
attempt
to
cheat
county
out
of
machines in town were r turning
H I. KLEna. M. 1»
JOAQUIN MILLER RICH.
Jaui«« S|iarrow
County Judgo
The
shirt
waist juan And net-
92
fell
through.
full blast, A placard on the ma-
< A. Venator
Phynician and Surgeon.
CommiMÍonor«
waist
girl
go
rollicking down tke
1 Geo. Hagvy
chines announces that a cigar is
Thurston Petfvjohn a as arrested Went to Beaumont,Tex., Before
way.
Have
we
started a thread
Buras.
Oregen.
...H.
Richarcaon
Clerk
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given with every five cent piece de- by Sheriff Congleton Monday at
Oil Discovery.
Geo. Hhelley
that is going to end in the old ng
Sheriff ................... . .
IF“ Office over Voeglly’s hardware posited in the machine.
Powell buttes, says the Crook Conn-
R. A Miller
Treasurer ................. .......
leaf, some day?—Ex.
store, Main St.
Joe Buchanan
Letters have been received atEn-
AwMAiMor
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The cold wave which swept over
Journal. Pettyjohn is wanted
Hupt, of HehooU .,.. .......... J. C. Bartlett
Eastern Oregon this week did great *n Linn county for horse stealing, gene by relatives of Joaquin Mi.ier,
.... Gen. Whiting
Hurveycr
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Persons who are familiar with the
damage to fruit and yegetab'ea.
»ttrmpt was made last spring formerly of Canyon City and the
a tgoos.
IB W. L Marrera
Coroner .............
country
are of the opinion that the
first
county
judge
of
Grant
county,
From the Burnt River and Eagle t0 orref‘t hi,n an- 11,8 Partner near
I mo Ru h u daun
Slock liiapr-ctor
J. W Bits*.
tMItoa Bict.
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Southern
Pacific, besides tapping
that
he
has
made
a
fortune
It
Valley districts, where the best Sweet Home which resulted in the
RUKkiri FRKCiNCr
Attorneye-at-Ieiv,
rich
timber
belts a d gaining other
seems
that
a
few
months
ago
he
be
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fruit and vegetables in the state wounding >f his partner who con-
J ustión of the Frane .. ..D. Jameson
BI'BXS. ORBOnX.
local
business,
will make the Klam­
are grown, the report comes that f,!88,<l a,,<l implicated Pettyjohn came tired of his California home
<ieo Tregankia
Ownntable ...
©BT’Ortlce in Rank building.
the greater part, if not all, the fruit w^°
*n
hills around Sweet and started to Texas with the idea ath Valls KLimathon road part of
CITY GF BURNS
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destroyed,
andthst
most
of
the
,,oai
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the
9°t in shape of hunting a new residence, no par­ amain line which will ultimately
C.
E.
Kenyon.
Mayor
Jno, Cardwell«
so
that
he
could
cross
the mount- ticular section being in view. At connect with the Columbia South­
Marshall
l garden produce is ruined. In some
|_| iTH A SAXTON.
C.H. Bigge
Recorder
when
he
csossed
into this any rate he “got off the cars” at ern. This will give a road from Eure­
places the temperature was >n low a*118
OXO W HAYKS
JOHN0 SAXTON.
W A < iowan
Teasurer
He
was
headed
for the the then village of Beaumont, just ka on the California coast to Biggs
as 23 above zero Tuesday night. In county,
(J C. Folev,
Atlorneyeat-lMW,
J A’. F. Trinch.
Ceum-ilmno
1 Baker City the Weatheru Bureau Silver Lake country and no doubt before the oil discovery at and i>«ar on the ORA N on the Columbia
J<ieo Fry
BOMB. OBBOON.
thermometer registered 29 degrees, would soon have joined some of that place, and close b» purchased River —Grass Valley Journal.
'Geo Hielley
0^ Attorney tor State School Board.
It is reported at Klamath Falls
and some thermometers went down the rest of the gang that operating 1000 acres ef land at n nominal
that
Southern Pacific surveyors are
figure
SinCt*
then
the
great
gush
in Eastern Oregon. Horse stealing
I.o«lge nireetury.
as low as 24 degrees above sero.
examining
the route of the propos­
has become very fashionable this ing wells have Iwen discovered and
A w- now AM.
Malheur county acd a good por­ spring and some of the thieves have there are several en Mr. Miller’s ed railroad fro o Klamsthon, CeL,
TI vrks ¡.mat No. 70, K of 1*
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Merla every riniredav night.
tion of Grant and Raker will be been very lucky, but thia may ranch. The discovery has made to Klamath Falls, and that a per­
Attorney -at--Law,
Geo W Haves, C C.
formed into a parish and pl«c?d in prove a warning to the gang to quit, him very rich, probably a million manent survey will begin early ia
I and and Collertlon butine*».
H Motheraliead , 'K of It. •.
charge
of a Catholic priest soon. it not some extreme measures will aire, and he is happy.—Canyon June.
gX«* Notary Rubile.
'Phone No. 1
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Rev.
Father
Kraemer has been ap­ no doubt be taken by the stockmen. City Eagle.
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BURNS CH ARTER, NO. 49. O. E. H
pointed by Archbishop Christie to
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Meets second and fourth Mouday of
A western editor said that silver
take up live work of that pariah,
each month in Masonic httl, Voegtly
A Rain Maker
Reware
of
Ointnieuts
for
Catarrh
buckles
on garters were becoming
yyit.UAiisa
fitzoxrald
building. Mrs M iggie Itérons, W M
and have headquarters at Ontario.
that Contain Mercury.
fashionable
aud he hopes to see
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Hwc.
Father Kraemer's jurisdiction w ill
Thornton Williame,
M Fitiserald.
Hert is a good joke on Dr. V. c. more of them. His wife sued for a
as
merctirv
will
surely
destroy
the
Al'aroajat Law,
notary Public, include Malheur county, Hunting­
sense of smell and completely de­ Cook, who lives across the river divorce, and the only woinau in
BURN» LODGE. NO. 97, A. E. <* A M.
Law,
Notarial
and
Real
Rotate
ton, Express, Bridgeport and Con­
Meet« Satiiriiav on or before fall moon. I
range the whole system when en­ from The Dalles, On Tneed ay of town who had silver buckles oil
nor creek i.i Baker county, and
Practice.
Qu«lin<-d brother« fraternally invited,
tering it through the mucous su r- last week he was lamenting to an her garters cow-hided the editor
Canyon City, Susanville and the
(J. E. K»nyon. W. M.
F. S. Rieder,
Burna, Oregon.
faces. Such articles should never old Indian medicine man that no until he was as raw as a potato.
Hecy.
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9F“ Office in old Masonic building John Day river country of Grant be used except on prescriptions rain had fallen to make crops grow
county. This is a large territory
from reputable physicians, as the and that there would be no grain
nr RNS LODGE, NO. M, A. O. U. W.l
and will cause the priest in charge
The Chicago
ISICVVA this
i IIAX? VMU
ry «-« - • ’ «»f/vu v«>v
* Weekly
• intec-Oceaa
sun taivi
nier, J whereupon
the
damage
they will do is ten fold to 1 raised
Meet« nt Rrown hall ev»rv Friday eve­ p M JORDAN.
to travel much.
ning. Vialtins brother« fraternally in­
the good you can possibly derive Indian asked how much the doctor ^a8 l*,e ,,’°81 complete news ser-
vited. TI km . Sagers, W. M. Ch*s. N.
anJr Paper in the I mted
8. A lleilner, of Baker City, sold from them. Hail’s Catarrh Cure, would give for a good rain. “One v*ce
Practical bind Surveyor.
Cochrane, Rtcorder.
hundred dollars,” said the docto •, ‘Sla,e8- Re«d eur clubbing offer.
al)
of
his
wool
last
Friday,
which
manufactured
by
F.
J
Cheney
A
Baraa. Ora**a,
he bough', last year and this, over Co , Toledo, O , contains no mer­ “Very well,’’ responded the Indi n,
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HARNEY IXIDGE, NO. 77, I. O O F
500
sacks,
or
about
175
000
pounds,
“
I
’
ll
go
make
it
rain,
you
give
me
Thig
seft((On
cury, and is taken internally, act
Meet« every Satnrd«v evening. It own’s
This season lhpreiH
therein a (argc
large death
death
h ill
Visiting broth rs fraternally in­ g W. M1LI.KK,
at a figure which averaged
cents ing directly upon the blood and hundred dollar.” The doctor as rate among children from eroup
vited.
Julian Bynl, N. G.
per pound This is the largest sin­ mucous surfaces of the system. In sented, and the Indian-repaired to auditing troubles Prompt aetiou
0. G.
It, Hecrstary.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
himself Hnd w*^ !<ave l^e little oues from these
gle sale of wool ever made in East­ having Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure his wigwam i smoked
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We know of
Morlgatca. Dead«, Xie., correctly B«4a
ern Oregon This deal breaks the you get the genuine It is taken in­ offered up prayers to the god of rain. terrible disease«
TUI E CIRCLE. NO 10J, WOMEN OF
nothing so oertaiu to give meta nt
Office at Store.
Honea, Oregon.
Woodcraft. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuas-
proposed woolgrowers’ combine, ternally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, Rain began falling Wednesday relief as One .Minute Cough Cur«.
(hr at Brown's hall. Mrs. Tillis Jordan,
which it was proposed U> form at a by F. J. Cheney A Co. Tesliiuon night and by Thursday was pour­ It can also be relied upon in grippe
Nirs, lone Whiting,
Guardian.
Clerk.
meeting of the growers of Eastern ials free.
ing down in torrent«. The next and all throat and lung troubles of
The Northwest Livestock and
| Oregon to be held it) Baker City Sold by Druggists. 75c.
day Mr. Indian appeared at the adults. Pleasant to take. City
Wool Growers’Journal and Items,
Drug Store. H M Horton, Prop.
early in July. Mr. Heilner, being Hall's Family Pills are the best, doctor'» house and dimanUcd bis
♦2
a year.
Oregonian and Tierna. 92 íK)
Fred Haines. Barney City.
Hardware of Evory Dose ri pt ion.
A state in oat given out by the
War Department thews that all
bu 97377 of the claim of Oregon of
940.258, for outfitting her volun­
teer» during the Spanish War, lias
been paid.
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