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About Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1901)
Local and General.
Active preparation are under
N. Brown A Hois, Agent« lor
way for holding Harney county's
Queen Quality Rboe«.
second annual fair, which is to be
Newt Lewis and wif« were visit
N Brown A Boni, Agent« for
b'-ld H'-ptember Iff 21. The past
ors from Ltwen Monday.
Queen Quality Mhoci.
has not been up to the
Jas. F. Mahon was in from his average but abundant crop« ate be
O. \V. llarktiM« wh « up from
Anderson valley ranch this week. ing. or will be, bi>rvo»t<d, which i
Liwenon business this week,
Born, To the wife of M. L Lewi« insures a go«xi exhibition in this
Baud our «peritl liiduceim nt« for
at 'heir home west of Burns, July line. Il is an excellent par to
trial subscriptions on 4th page.
show to outside visitors what
22, 1901, a bouncing baby boy.
Mr«. I R. Geer i« visiting with
can I m ; done in thia county \
QUALITY th9 FIRST CONSIDERATION.
Rtatc school funds to the amount
Mr«. J L. Hembree at N snows.
notwithstanding the season. The
of over *28.(XfO has Leon loaned in
C'wmplrt* l.iuw of
C. F McKinney w«« dow n from Hani*y county during the past live P) a «how promises to Lu I
much larger than last y««r. Tie
tho «awmill Monday arid Tuesday. year.
total amount of pretuiu-n« will
LVNABE1CU A HALTON
Thoc. Anderson w«<i over from
L. Woldenberg, jr, and G*o umu i it 'o sb iut IpifjO of which th-:
Of proscription« i* no child’« play. Harney n couple of d-»yx the first
Waters, with th>ir families, b ft '•ou ly <-"url will give one eighth. I
11 requires coiia< leutio >« cure «nd of ilie week.
Tuesday for a short stay at their I rare or .»ram will lie given tiisl I
■«curate knowledge of drug« mix !
James Paul, a lluupv valley ranches on Pine creek.
w ¡1 t ’.U r any former meeting in
51. FITZGER ALD.
BIGGS Ä BIGG*.
their relation« to racli other. We
sheepman wns dying husincsa in
i >r, an I in all probability I
Aer’j uni Trea«.
lake an honest pride in t‘,e purity
Burns this week.
a btreLail tournament will be
of our drug«, ai.d the »kil. «nd ac
D. C. O'Rielly was a passenger attention; satisfaction guaranteed. heldv You sl.ould not overlook
curacy with which w< compound
(Ilia Opportunity to ixiotn the agri»
on Tuvrday morning's singe u. At Welcome's drug store.
them on your physician*« order.
cultural and livestock intcrvMts of
route to Portland.
Geo A Smyth, «r., has been our county.
Jap McKinnon returned from the appointed postmaster st Diamond
Abstracts Furnished «nd Title Guaranteed to a!i Lands in Earaey
W. L'. Huai. n. administratrr < f
railrond Thursday with freight for to fill the vacancy caused bv the
li. W WELCOME .V CO., ' Burns merchants.
resignation of Ctiauncy Cummins
the Maher ranches this axle of
Propi ir I um.
W E Trisch made a trip to Harney ihe fust of the week to
Frwl Hain««, the Harney mer-
Office in Bank Building.
lie was take an inv< ntury of the stock.
1 chant, was doing business in Burns Crane creek Monday
■ aceompanic-1 on h*s return Tues He was joined thereby John Jones,
one day this week.
day by Mr« Trisch, who had been
<) L. Khir.gk-decker and W. D. I
Dr. C. K. btniidleo nnd Alex
visiting Mr and Mrs. C. A Bonnett Marlin who were
HATCHDAY JULY 37. 1001.
a] pointxd to
Olsen nero over from Drewsuy
The vali -
Monday on buaina««.
MOVE To TRANSFER LANDS.
2BÎ5CH ft ÜCKKEGAJT. »rsprieter«.
Attys C W. Parrish and G. A
i come, R. C. Angevine, J. Gould was placed at $2324
--------BEST OK WÍXEK. lAQTOBS AXD CIGARS.--------
Another Effort totut Down the Lake«
and Nolie Berd left Wednesday valuation of the «Mate will be ¡0
day on legal business.
morning fur an outing on Myrtle the neighborhood of *3000.
fW* Drinks mixed to suit your taste. Courteous treatment guaranted
Mis William Morrison, of Har- creek
Washington. July 17 —Renewed I ney, returned la«t week from a
Your patronage Solicked.
It is reported that Clarence Klebs returned Monday from a
efforts are being made to have a Visit with relatives in Michigan.
Drink wa'er has purchased the visit to Mr. Woof's son ai the P
part of the Lakeview land district,
Seth Bower A Co. «lock of mer » ranch. The latter bos been in this
in Oregon, transferred to the Burns
chandise at Harney, ai d -»ill here- county for some time for the her c-
district, but what success will u* , Queen Quality Shues.
- rT""r'rr'í*rT'rVer •’■‘TTf’YT rrTTf.X1
K. Maher, brother of the late hert after conduct the businesa of fit of his health. Mr. Wood has
tend this effort remains to lx- seen
employed I>r. Klebs as his son’s
A large petition has been received John Maher, arrived in Burn« last
Dr. J. W. Geary left on the physician, and also engager! Thos.
al the General I.ami Office asking Saturday from hi« Lome al Gres
Canyon City stage Tuesday morn ^»ger« as companion for the young
that a tract of land about (>0 miles ham, Oregon.
s.piaro, forming the extreme south*
Jorgenson has a fine assortment i.ig enroute to Junction City and gentleman. '1 he young men have
eastern corner of the Blate of Ore of watches, clocks, chains, bracelet«, ¡other Willamette valley points. been furnished with a camp outfit
gon. he removed from the jurisdic button«, pins, hair retainers, etc, Hu expect« lo bv absent about and will move from place to place
as their fancy suits.
tion of the Lakeview office and I etc.
placed un l«r that at B irn«. The
County Clerk Richardson and
Frank O. Jackson will soon com
1 The little von of Mr. and Mrs.
signers of the petition assert that
family left Thursday fur a few mence the erection of another r
Geo. Voting hud his arm broken
the laixli in this trac t are more
Wednesday by fi.l'iug off a «aw- days visit with friend» on Silver dwelling in the Morrison additior. y
accessible to the latter office than
creek. F D. Barrows ia assisting
? • *
to the former. Their allegations, I
The p« ople of Im wen have made
Sam Parrish has been employed ’ Henry’« abs'-nce.
however, are in general term«, «ml
arrangement for a Harvest Home
l*canse of their ii d finiteness the as »««¡slant to Postmaster Water«
Mrs. Geo. She'ley and children Dinner at the I.awen school house.
pap«r< in the care hate Eton re ; -luring the abseneo of L. Woldin-
I Mr« Harry Smith ami children Sunday, August 4, 1901 The pro
I'jp *1 to leave next week by gram for the day is as follows:
About a yc«r ago many of the
Chaunc-y Cummins is adding a pilvato Conveyance, on a visit to
10:30 to 11, Bible reading,
Successors to I» A. Miller &. Co.
people interested in this move 'large ai.d
commodious barn relatives and friends in the vicin
11 to 12, Preaching service,
petitioned for a similar ch tngc, Lu: to the improvements un hi« resi-
12 to 1, Dinner,
ity <>l Portland.
at that time were coms» rued in a ' deuce property.
1 to 2, Social season,
Jack Dunstan and wife returned
smaller tract. The names appear
2 to 2 ;15. Song »«rcice,
Ben Cuhlwell. of Arlington, ar- . to Harney county Tuesday after an
ing ou the original petition general
to 2:45, Sermon fur children,
' rived in Burns this week on a visit absence cf nearly three wars. Mr.
ly appears on the one just
2:45 to 3, Recess,
to his brother Ed, who ho has not Dunston owns property on Poison
received, together with many ad
seen for sixteen years.
creek, where he and bis wife arc I I
dition).1 one« Wb.le the a*sertion
Those living iu tba community
Our special inducements for sub «laying at present.
is made that this fact is more ac
come and bring your Bibles and
cessible to the Burns l.a d Oilice scribers to thia paper appears on
Ed Jordan has so far recovered songbooks and your dinner baekete
than to Lakeview, the map sc*ma the lih pago.
, a« to be able togit down town with well filled. A special invitaiion is
to so show the contrary to bo the
M. F Crawford nnd «on. Chas, j the aid of crutches. His injured extended to all strangers who may I
Elim Cays ami Frank Davis ar leg is still in u plaster pari« cast be in the community on that day. j
No member of the stu'e delega rived from the railload Saturday and it will be some time yet before All come and come early and on- '
tion appetr« to be interested in the with flour for N. Brown A Sous.
' he has th? use of it.
joy a dav of good things.
proposed ebinge, fur there is no
I K Venator arrived from
Mi«s May Thoma.«, who has been
record of congressional recom
You wil! -v.iBte time if you try to >
Venator, Harney conntv, last Fri
mendation one wav or the other. visiting her sister, Mrs. W. O
day, and will remain for some cure ind'g- siinn or dyspepsia by !
However, when the petitioner«
starving »ourself. That only makes
time at his mother's farm to super
it worse when you do eat heartily
make reply with more details the | last Sunday for her home in Salt
intend tha harvesting of the hay ’ You alwavs need plenty of goo»l
departmeut will decide upon some
crop on that place. Venator Broth i fooa properly digested. Kodal Dys-
course of action.
Surveyors John E Johnson and
ers. I. K and Vene, are doing well I pepaia Cure is the result of vears of
It h “Buy Where Yon Can Buy Beat.”
F. M Jordan were employ'd Thur«-
j in the cattle business in Harney, ! scientific research for something
| dav io retting the grade stakes on
Many people who believe in this principle, go wrong in the
I that would digest not only some
Cal Geer of Burns, farmer, has the «chord house block and the i —Lak evtew Examiner.
'elements of food but every kind.
application through lack of judgment, or are misled by alluring
has filed a petition in bankruptcy street« adjoining.
N. Brown A Sons, Agents for And it is the on«* remedy that will
descriptionsand impossible promises of eastern "catalogue” house«.
1 do it. City Drug Store.
in the United States court. His
Queen Quality Shoes.
The Qtieen City Furniture Co., of Baker City, will sell you
The Queen City Furniture Co,
liabilities amount to *7UO. His
anything in their line cheaper than you can buy elsewhere.
assets, including a government 'of Baker City, is roaching into bou-n, Wis., wasofilicted with stom Notice of Appointment of Adminis
owe it to yourself and to your family to take advantage of
homestead, amount to 1732, all of i Harney valley after trade. Their ach trouble and constipation for u
otLrcd. You can make one dollar do the work
"nd*' appears in this issue. Read
In tho matter of the estate^
which is claimed is exempt.
what they have to say.
Notice is herehv given to all whom it
Mr. and Mrs. E. Sizemore, who
many preparations but none have
The Queen City Furniture Co is the largest house furnishing
Tho teachers for tho Burns done mo the good that Chamber may concern that the nndersignej has
have been visiting in Burns for tho
establi»hmer.ts(outsid<> of Portland)in Oregon. They buy direct
pant nine months, arrived in Hunt school the coming year are Profes lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets l-een duly appointed bv the County Court
from factories east, in carload lots for cash and they will dupli
of the State of Oregon, for Harney County,
ington last week for a short stay sor A C. Finn. Professor H. A. have." These Tablets are for sale at administrator of the es'.it - of John Maher,
cate it price and quality any article you see advertised by large
with their daughter, Mrs John Dillard Miss Fannie Donegan, Miss City Drug Store, II. M. Horton, deceased, sudali persons having Caini»
catalogue houses east or westfallowing for difference in freight)
Chatham. From here they will Rosetta Eastland and Miss I»ena prop., Fred Haines, Harney City. against said estate ara hereby notified to
and you don’t assume the riskfof freight, damage in transit, etc.)
present the same with proper roncherà
Price, 25 cents. Samples free.
go to '.Valla Walla to visit a son. Harkey.
as prices quoted will be F. 0. B. Baker City.
to tuia Administrator, at the office of the
Not a single pound of wool i«
John Sayers had a rima vay County Treasuror in Ihirna in said County !
Friday, while enroute to town from within six months from the date of .this
stored in the Huntington ware Queen Quality Shoes.
houses at the present time. Dur
Headache often results from a the sawmill. He bad stopped at a
Fur instance you see advertise I by an ‘eastern catalogue hotiM”
Dated this 27th day of Julv. 1901.
ing tho week J. H Neal and Jones disordered condition of tho stom spring to get a drink and while out
W E. HU8TOM,
paper nt 4c and 5c per single roll, 8c and 10c double rail.
A Williams, of olein Mountain, ach nnd constipation of tho bowel«. of the buggy the team became C. A. 8week,
Aanuuihl'ator. I You can buy same grades Q C. FurnitureCo. at nr single and 10c
disposed of their wool at 11 cents, A dose or two of Chamberlain’s frightened and started to run
Attorney for Adtnim
double roll in Baker City. Take the item of iron bed«. You will
and tho O. C. Co. received 9 oents Stomach and Liver Tablets will Mrs. Sayers and children who were
have to pav cast $2.90 to $3 50 for au iron l>ed that you can buy
A private arhool for
for thoir clip. There has been a correct these disorders and cure accompanying him were thrown
from Queen City FurnitureCo. at *3.90 to $ 1 in Baker City.
good dunand for wool this year tho headache. Sold by The City out of the vehicle sustaining some MUTAR» J» f pii». Opvna
Tho carpet department of the Queen City FurnitureCo. is moat
and the market has been strong Drug Store, H M. Horton prop., severe bruises. John had his
and a new electric carpet «owing maehiwo will soon
and active. The prices received and Fred Haines, the Harney mer shoulder badly bruised while trying
Vine u»w bntl«l»«a.
a capacity of over 2000 yurdn per day.
, to stop the team, which finally
have been satisfactory to the grow chant.
Thorough in.truc loua
It will psy anyone interested iu the above lines to write cs
I got away from him returning to
ers, much bettor than some expect
Th« prtnripa! haa had twenty-1
placing au order.
j the mill, where they were caught
ed at the beginning of the season,
and thev aro pleased that thev
For catalog"* a.ldrrra
and family came on to town and
could sell their wool as soon as it
J. W, 1II1I. »I. D„
PATTERSON A EPPINGER, Raker City, Or.
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
was offered and be able to return
home to attend to other business,
F O. Traw-r 1?
E. 0. T. G. CO.
Burns Drug Store
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
y Miller & Thompson,
QUEEN CITY FURNITURE COMPANY.