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Published in the
Gt ¿utjit Valley pf Eastern Oregon.
rhe Oldest and Most'
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The Best Adveitising
, U. Mvlnl.r», Propri,tor
lia,. N. i'uobraso. Mdltur awl Manager,
BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 27. 1901.
<Mia tat Injur'd, as the fondly wa *TUCV -40C
temporarily absent when the a :ei- * ••UJ -------
«lent happt n« d,
01.50 »*«r »»a».
• 1« Molili.. 1#
| fWttfTIir IIP or
mi»ebance. does not yield satis-
LUvnlrsw Uf factorr p.jmin ...
the . conditions
_------------------------ now prevailing. Bettor horses sre
wanted, and they will be »upplied
The survey for the proposed rail-
w'.deawake horssmen, and
<n<er«Mrfinff New« From Difereut road from Klamathon to Klamath
Pari« ®f Ihr tu Me.
will be too tin-profitable
Ftills has been finish'd to Poke-,
gama, n distance of 30 miles, and
J While sonr.d csyuae poises now
: griftL a takas are now being set a?
sell for as low a.? $10. the grads
fa't as po«<*ib|e.
It i« generallv
Ontario Argus: There is notable geldings of the right siac and age
Josjph, Wallow a County,
understood that construction will
Hardware of Everf Description.
neither minister nor lawyer.
improvement in the range how bring as high as *250 per pair.
begin August 1, and that the road
Oregon will make 1000 entries will at least reach I’okegaina be* buaiue«* throughout Lantern Ore Any ordinary good horse will sell
for prises at the Buffalo exposition. folk winter. From that point to gon. For leveral year? hones were for $60 to $ 190. And th«: market
Klamath Falls it is thought the of such small importance that lit is improving every wet k.
The Eugene excelsior factory is
line will follow the survey made by tle attention was given U>rm. There
running night and, turning out 12
THE OKEGON PENNANT.
I the Orcgou Midland lust tear
was no »ab ut any figure tint would
carloads every mouth.
i In accordance with the provis pay for getting th*
Samuel White, of Bake: City, has
It I, 3.50 Feet Long, and Nine
ion* of the act of the l.iat I.esrisla- For the past three rears many of
Iua-iu-s tt ide at Niuall End.
Loen appointed chairman of the
turt', Secretary of .State Dunbar has the horsemen have n >t taken th«*
W®«»® —0990 ••«••••••••••
caused to he printed 50 eopirs of
JOHN W. HlGGN. l'reM>tenl,
||. ('. LEVENN,
2 | A Nebraska German colony de- c»- b of the charter bills passed at trouble t > round np and count tb-'lr, Salem, July 17.—The tix® of the
horses. This year things are dif pennant presented to the state yes-
UF.O FRY. Caahicr.
Vice 1‘reaidciit. •
eiroua of settling in Oregon ha* a the,'Ja‘t session. . These are bound ferent They have ga’h'jred their tetduv by four sailors from the crew
representative luokirg over lands separately in pamphlet form an I horses and lake« care of them, for of tho battleship Oregon has been
sent to the City Recorders of the1 the market is already in g >od con
i variously stated. The pennint w«»
seyeral cili«-» and towns. Tho dition and is getting better. The
measured last night and was found
Timber fires arc raging in the ¿barter bill« were not printed in
be 22 inches wide at the flagstaff
mountains in Lake and Klamath i the Volume of g«ne:al laws, so a
and 350 feet long. The pennant is
Counties, and the valleys arc get ; coniid-rable saving of expense w*«
and sent the nations to the On-gori supposed t> taper to a point, but at
ting blue with sjjoke.
tlrhq effected. Tbeforce in the Slate ranges for their army stock. When
the small cud it is nine inches wide,
i The contract for the construction I’riBfer's office is now engaged in the hortoowners came to tak<- se indicating that a c .nsiderable pieew
tg. I S Geer? Geo. Fry. W. K. Trisch. ? of a brick building cn tho Eastern j printing the House and Senate I count of their stock last spring they of the banner has been cut off hv
J. C. Welcome.
X Oregon experiment atation farm journals.
found a peculiar coudi'.ioit of af «ouveuir-huntere. The end has the
West of Vuion has been let for
The cattlemen of CroA County fair-«. Their horse« wetv of obout appearance of having been Cist with
A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted.
have decided to run the sheepmen I '.lie same age and condition a* when a sharp knife. There is more of ths
LDirectors: W. Y. Kin
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parts of that county, 1 left on toe range three or four years r-ennant left, however, than can be
The old fire cistern* at Eugene,
i? liable to arise be- . ago. Thf co'ta we:e all there, but ■displayed to public view, and even
dug some 30 years ago, are being
interests avany time., the g'ddittgs of four an! five yeate when hung in a glass case, as it
filled. The town has modern ap-■
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hare issued the fol ; were gone. This experience was will be. only a small portion of it
paratua uow. and the former water
|U •> MrMrtSr
which is given by’common and it was plain that , cm be shown. The case to be made
supply is uaeleas.
I rborna. To' gv,
committee of j somebudv had bcon giving a-.Un- I will «ontain the en?ign ami uniats
D X. X IMacMiura
,TuO friends and relatives of «.thaEHockmen'eAasc'HwtionofMaiiry ; tfou tu ti>« hors- bjeincas if the jack presented with the pennant,
T T Uaar
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Murns, ftre*M». Claude Hertford, of Gold Hill, Br*j Mountain: '’To whom it may con- owners of the bands had nut. Th« Oregon's colors will b-j kept ou
................. O. R M-ara
week Ing news of him.
When 1 •*
st cern: The stock men of Maury ‘ Rustlers” had picked out the se- di»plav in the Governor’s reception-
a*««, r«*. UMWMtiM, :
*^“Mnln St —opposite Batik.
W. • lo«l«
beard from he was working in the Mountain. Crook County, Or., do, Iced, sal «ble animals anJ left th®! room beeide the colors brought
• C P. Wnlrvrt. U
: mines in B^ott Valley.
¡»I «. P«»n
hereby claim as thoir range, will scrubby stock, and aged and the home by the Second Oregon hoys.
fp A Moor»
not allow any sheep upon the same, immature. In some cases even;
NINTH Jf Etcì At mSTXtCT
‘ : Camp
Catnn creek on the east;
east- those animals hod been run off the i
M. U CUFord
W L Mar.drn,
JolKt W. Oaary, 1 roecotly broke the btercle record towit:
Workmen Grand Q flirt ra.
Clr»«U 1 «44«.
from that town to Albnnv.
c. s. land offici , at a?».
Tho A. O. V. W. grand lotice. in
llama. Oregon. made the trip in about 34 hours, fork of Pine Creek on the west, and abattoir hv enterprising thrives It
rj*o W ll»y«a
at Portland, elect'd officer«»
« at yvoidmre. 'II uihi 20.
'riding nearly al! night.
a? follows: Grand miut-
A weekly paper, tho Whitney
, , J but little attention wa» paid to them «vr work mam. C. C. Hogue of Ai-
Jaiat Iteoator........... .. J. W. Morro« ,
The Oregon supreme court las'.; ....
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Record, has just been st artel by J
1. H G«-rr
when the horsts were at such low i>anv ; grand foretnr n. 55 m. Smith
H, sixna. M. n
Ceaaty Ju4ga .........
I ebb tn the market. But this year
,e Bake- City . giand overseer. F.
< A. Venator
(»orated town of Whitney, Baker V involving the question of ripar- ] it was that the ope rations ot the ') Winton of Aetoiia: grand record-
Phytician and Surgeon.
I Geo. Ilaicvy
|Countv, The town itself is named ian ownership, Jai«l down th* fol-
.thieves had been much more ex-!er, Newton Clark of Portland?
Clerk .................... ....11, Richan'aon
after lion. C. II. Whitney of Baker lowing ruling of law which will be 'tensive than had previously been:gr*nd receiver, R. L. Durham of
Bheriff ..................... .. . Goo. Mhallt-y
Office over Voegtly's hardware
1 i of
°f interest to many settlers in East-
Traaatwer................. .......... K. A. Milh-r
store, Main St.
! Portland; grand guide, C J. Wheel-
'erof Portland; grand inside watch*
Joshua McDaniel, of Rickreall, ‘■the first settler upon public land ,
MapL ot Sebeóla .... ............ J, C. (turilot!
Inan. \V. J. Clark of Gervais; grand
j Polk County, came to Oregon in through which a streim of water
Qb.tU A HIGOS.
wa'chman. Philip GevurU
Coreear................... Dt W. 1. MarMf-ii
¡1844. Ho sowed the first crop of flows may cither divert tho water
J W r.ldjA
; grand trustee, C. H.
Steck luspactor .... .. I.on Richaidaon
grain near Hillsboro that winter, and use it for a l.enefieial purpose,
Portland ; supreme
(and has grown grain every year or exercise the common law tight
JaaMra <rf U m » I'eaeo .......... O. Tamteon
Ralph Feeruy and
j since. He has sold wheat for from prevailing in the Pacific Coast
and D. C.
3J coots to $5 a bushel.
in Rank building.
stat»?, where the modified rule of
CITY OF BURNA.
p r eeled an organization aud hired Herrin of Ashland.
One thousand Indians and half- ridsrian ownership is still in force,; three watchmen at $55 a month ! Mm. Wilda Belknap of Prine*
C. E. Kenyon.!
i breeds attended a recent five-day and insist that the stream shall each to ride the range and keep a; viHv was elected grand chief of the
C.H. BlgxsJ M »**« * BAXTUX-
¡‘•high jinks” near Pendleton. Be flow in its natural channel undi
lookout for thieves: Owners are Dt-ciee uf Honor.
<JEO. W. HAYXa
JOHN O. SAXTON.
W A. (iowan
sides the Uuiatillas and kindred tniniebed in quantity, except when not a? well organized on this side.;
(1 C. Folrv.
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),V. E Trloch.
tn the natural
C osmì I mm
j tribes, there were representatives applied
use of the but lbev are keepinp d„so track of; An 1Ionwt Medkine foI I)t Grippe
and of unii]enllfjed
| from the Yakima. Colnmbis, Pa 11 upperrtparmu proprietors, and for; the.r
£** Atkruey (cr Stat« School Eo.nl.
George U. U u.t, of South Gardi-
louse and Nci Perces tribes.
strangers who may happen along , ni r
says ‘T have had th*»
sufficient quantity of water for the
Consul Miller, at Noin Chwang, latter purpose.’’-The Dalles Chron ¡While it is more difficult now to ; the worst cough, cold, chills and
! ste tl horses, the price of good am- ■ grip and have taken lots of trash
A * cowax .
i China, will send some Manchurian
Re aw ■ Ixmox No. TO, K of I'
ma Is bus increased so much that , of no account but profit to the ven-
pheasants to Oregon. They roost
Meets every Thnraday night.
rewards of successful theft are ; dor. Chamberlain’« Cough Ilem-
Uro. W. Hayes, C C. I
high in the pine tree?, nest on the
Our special inducement? for sub
greater and the i edy is theouiy thing that has dor.«
8. Motherahead, K of R. B.
ground, and go in groups of about scribers to this paper appears on
'Phono No. 1
is hard to any good whatever. I have used
100. They are a forest bird and' the -1th page.
BURNS CHAPTER, HO. 40, O. E. 8
are one hottie of it and the chills, cold
will add much to Oregon bird life. I
Meat* »»ronil and fourth Monday of
in greatest danger of theft, there ! and grip have left me. I congrat-
each month in Maaonlc hill, Vorgtly
Good coal prospects are reported Beware of Olntineuts for Catarrh being little demand for the pour
I yytlXUMS A FtTZUCRALD
j ulate'the manufacturers of an hon*
building. Mrs. Maggie Levons, W. M
that Contain Mercury.
the old II, C. Owen place, eight
stock among horte thieves or others. ! Cit m-dicine.” For sale by H. M.
! Thornion William»,
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Ret'.
mi I os from Eugene. Capital has as nmrcurv will surely destroy the
New methods are coming into the ■ Horton Burns, and Fred Haines
I AUoraez *t Law, •
interested and development sense of smell aud completely de horse business. Not ot.ly is it neces-
BURNH LODGE, NO. 97, A. F. A A. M. I * Law, Notarial and Real Ettate
¡work will soon be begun. The range the wh 'le system when en i sary to exercise gre.-.ter care to pre I
Meats Saturday on or tintore full moon.
Quelirted brothers fr^lrrnully invited,
vein was known years ago, bat an tering it through the mucous sur ; aorve good hsrbes from thicyes. but
Jorgensen has a fine assortment
<!. E. Kenyon. W. M. F. 8. Rieder,
obstinato Dutch owner blocked faces. Such articles should never : '.he gradual thinning tango ruin pels
Office in old Masonio building progress.
be used except on prescriptions more economical methods. And
pins, hair retainers, etc„
John C. Leasure, a well-known from reputable physicians, as the then it is found that it pays to de , etc.
BURNS LODGE, NO. 93, A. O. U. W.
Mssts at Brown hnll every Friday eve- p M JORDAN.
attorney of Portland, took his life damage they will do is ten ful l to Vote soiuo attention to breeding
■Ing. VUIUns brothers fraternally In*
the lVth inal in a lodging-house in the good you can poesibly derive better horses. The market demands j
ritad. Tlioa. Hagam, W. M. Chas. N.
Reid our apnciral inducements for
Practical Land Surveyor.
San Francisco bv swallowing tho from then. Hall's Calarrh Cure, a free moving horse of 1200 to 1 lOu;
subscriptions on 4th page.
The Clydesdales and Per-
Menu, Oragon. contents of a vial of carbolic acid. manufactured by F. J. Cheney 1 pounds.
Despondency hoc a use of business Co., Toledo, O. contains uo mer cherons are two heavy, though a
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I O O F
Meats every dalurdsv evening. Il own's
reverses and inability to secure cury, und is taken internally, act erues of native stock usually pro
N. Brown A Sous, Agents for
hall Visiting brothers fraternally in g W. MIELKE.
; ing directly upon tho blood aud duces results more or leas sa is
Julian Byrd, N. G.
tnueous surfaces of the system. In' f. factory. The cayusc pony is of lit- I
C. G. ftmi b, Secretary.
.Votary Public and Conveyancer,
A bjx of dynamite exploded in buying Ifall'a Catarrh Cure be sure tie account now. In order to grade
I The merited reputation for cut
Mortgecr«. tbiti, Bic.. »»rra«t>y mill«.
blacksmith shop near the home i you get the genuine. It is taken in*. up a band of horses, stock farms
TÜUÏ CIRCLE. NO. 145, WOMEN OFi
Woodcraft. Mseta 2nd and 4th Titoe- Otrioe «I Sure.
of William Neely, of Point Terrace, , ternally, and made in Toledo, Ohio.; mu?t ha maiulaioed with facilities ting piles, sores and skin diseases
1 acquired by DeWitt’s Witch Hasel
dar st Hrwwn'a hall. Mra. Tllli? Jordan,
Laue County, last Monday evening, , by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tcstimon- for taking care of good animals. Stive, has led to tne making cf
Mm- Tons Whiting,
Th. Nonh»«.. Live,..,ok ,„d>>-“Pl«‘»4«'«ri»«‘l«..hnp.>,d I ials free.
The old style of letting tho horses worthless counterfeits.
j run wild on ths range and leaving and got only DeWitt’s Salve. City
.„d n™..,c k
wT 7 ';w-',hl:.‘ [ Bold by Druggists. 75c.
movable witnin the dwelling No 1 Hall’s Family Pill? orc the l**?t. the matter of breeding to e'miw,' Drug 'rinre, H. M. Horton, Prop
• J at cay.
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IjcJ Ila i»es, JJarney City,
Geer & Cummins
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