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About Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1901)
Local and General.
A Genuine Stetson hat is a
money saver. N. Brown A Son»
sell the Genuine Stetson.
SWAMI' |,\ND l>E< LSION.
C mtinu’ d from First page.
The inean »-h-vaiion, barometric
Mr and Mrs. S. W. Miller are ally, of this township is .?(J50 f*<-i
Fine plating done by Jorgenren.
above rea level
'I here is appar
ex|>ecling a visit from their d »ligh ently
for some dia-
The D<-Mo«a family tonight nt ter, Mrs. ike Bl vins, of Prineville.
(,'. IL Voegtly went to Canyon culty in extending the township
A. boy« suit, 2_jp 7 yr«., for II 5o
City 'i 'ttesday to meet his little son, , its enliri ty.
nt N. Brow n A Horn*.
Nicholas, wl.o has been with his
What is isiiallv called Malheur
Mrs. J. E llurpcr, of Narrow», ia grandmother in Pittsburg, Penn., Luke is only a fast marsh or .tuk-
swamp with comparatively little
visiting her «later Mrs. (.rant Ke«- for the past year.
open water and is susceptible of
Jorgensen bar reduced the price reclamation l>v cutting a canal
Our Bed shoes arc in.
on all goods in stock 20 |.<*r cent through the peninsula which separ
N Brown <C. Son*.
except stationary. He is selling ate» Harney from M-dheur Lake.
This vast marsh is invaluable for
Of prescription« ia no child*" play 1 The copious rain« of the pust lower than unv place in town, stock raising.
It requires notiacientio ia core and week will be a great help to full therefore get liis prices.
John W. Meldrum, who executed
nccurato knowledge of drug» uml plowing.
E. P. McCornick left Sunday by (he survey of 1877, texlified at the
Jacob Shown haw been engaged private conveyance for Canyon City hearing io behalf of the protestant,
their relation« to each other We
take mi lioneet pride in the purity to teach the school in the Wild i nroute Io his home in Salem. He the folhiwing facts appearing from
of our drug«, ai.d the »kill and ac i Horae district.
was accompanied as far as Canyon hi« testimony: lie has a distinct
cutacy with which we compound
by Count* Judge James A. recollection of the land as it lay at
A letter fiorn Granville Hardesty
them on your physician's order.
The Judge returned th<- time of bia survey, fiorn the
states he ia located at Lakeview’"
center of sectio i thirty-fiye to the
for the present.
The famous DcMosa fumiiv will west line of the township. At the
Ladies summer skirts nnd shirt
u musical concert at Floral mean<h.-r comet between fractional
wairts reduced . hi p»r cent. N
n w. welcomi : & co.,
Hall September 28. This family section» thirty two and thirty-three
Brown A bona.
<>fmusicians has been before the the shore line of the lake was well
1 I*. (.’. Bulkluy was down from
public for nineteen years and is defined, but from there to the north
Silviea valley on budness the first
known to a great number of resi east corner of lot three in section
, of the week.
thirty-five, being near the center of
dence of this country.
th<- »aid section, the land was cov
J.ie Combs ratiie over from Can
SATURDAY HEPTEMREH J* IWOI.
The infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. ered with water all the wav and
yon t'ity Wednesday to buy an
W. C. Sanford, died ut the home ol there wa» a giowth of tul<-s, so that ;
other bunch of cattle
the parents in this city, Monday, the line between the swamp and
(ZOI.GOSZ ON Till A I..
Attorney John G Saxton return after an illness of two weeks. The
the lake could not be determined
Tuesday from l.a Grande ami funeral services were conducted
The trial of I’ri aid nt McKinley’»
a*«aa»in ws» In-gun in tin* Supreme i other outside points.
from the resilience Wednesday by
It appears from testimony of'
court at Buffalo the 23rd ¡net. lie
<’ Walker chiik ! up from J»ia- I Rev. A. J, Ira in.
Rufus S. Moore, who assisted M*-ld-
entered u plea of guilt v, which was mond Fue-diy, and will remain in
Mrs. S. L Bowen left Thursday rum as compassman, that the ,
sulim-qur utl v changed v to * not Burna until after the l*air.
morning for Prineville to attend shore line of the lake was distinct- ,
guilty” by direction of the c<*uit.
Geo. Fry, cashier of the Citizen’» the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Win. ly marked on the ground fiom the
A jury wo «ecured and th>* taking Bank, return* d from n buainear
Adams, who died at Eugene, while meander corner between scc’.ior.a ,
<>f testimony wa» begun Dispa'che» trip to Onta'i • Wednesday.
enroute to San Francisco for medi thirty-two aid thirty-three to the
state that tlie events of the day in
west line of the township. This j
No old atiK’k b-ft over at N, Brown cal treatment. Tin- remains were witne-a did not icinember whether
d c ited that Lite trial would be
brought back to Prineville for
A Sons if prices arc an object.
there was a growth of tides north
Nine anarchia'», who were under
Born, to the wife of I. L. Poiijade
of the established meander line be-
Oncoftbe principal feutuics of, twicn these |oitds.
arrest in Chicago for cumplii ily in at tl eir Lome on <Jow creek, Sep
county Fair, will be the Grand ! The defendant did not introduce
the murder, have Ix-en relena *1 ' tember 21, l’.Htl, a daughter.
Concert on Tuesday evening, under
Emma Goldman will ulao lie given I
Register Geo. W. Hayes and I the direction of Prof. W. F. Wcrsch- any witnesses who were familiar
with the country in 1877. but in
Leon Czolgoaz. alias Firil N»-i- I children visited his mother on the i kul. of Portland Or. In addition the case of the French Glenn Live
man, was found guilty of murder 1 Island Sunday returning Monday. to the special Solo, Duet, and Stock Company vs. Alva Springer,
in the first degree for killing the I Supt J C. Bartlett came over | Quartet work, there will lx* ' the record of which was introduced
Successors to R. A. Miller A- Co.
President. Justice came qtti. kly 1 from Drewsey Sunday to open the a < horns of 50 voices that will ren-! in evidence, several witnesses testi
the trial consuming only eight institute which convened Monday. dor six numbers.
fied in beha'f <>f Springer that they
hours a* <i 2G minutes and covered
were familiar with (he country in
A. Vena’or was in from his home
a period of only two «lays.
the vicinity of the land in contro
on Crane ('reek a few days the past
versy in that c m > c prior to 1877 ;
wick attending to Some land mat- ;
The Schley court of inquiry ia in ters.
ty Washington, on the 15th inst. that it looked then just alxmt as it
did at the time of the hearing, in
session hi Washington. Some ex
W R Rutherford cxjects to! The bi ide is a sister of Mrs. G. 0.
citing testimony is being heard.
1897; that they worein the vicinity
upend the coming winter nt Cor- ' Hendricks, of Lawcn. and taught of the land prior to 1877, atul fre
vallis where he will take a course I the school in the George distiict quently since then; that the land
la«t winter. The newly married
couple an* expected home soon. was overgrown with titles when
We offer One Hundred Dollar»
Di<l you ever examine the line We extend congratulations.
they became acquainted with the
Reward for any care of Cutarrh that
and that it was never. J
cannot be cured by Hull's Catarrh
No use to say much about “Queen since they have known it, covered
Quality" in Ladies shoes; you know
F. J (Ihoney A-Cc., props. Toledo, O
J C Bartlett and Miss Morton, what they are. N. Brown A- Sons by th« water of Laki- Malheur.
There u a spring on lol three of |
We, the undersigned. bars known of Milbeur county, have been en are Agents.
section thirty-five, near the mean- ,
F J Cheney for the last 15 years gaged to teach the coming term of
The teachers’ annual institute der line of the survey of 1877, and
and believe him perfectly honors- ‘ school at Drowsev.
which convened Monday adjourned about one mile southeast of the,
Ide in all business transactions, nnd
Rev, Dr. Holt, synodical mission- I
financially aide to carry out any ary for the Synod of Oregon, filled Wednesday evening ufter an tin-1 land in controversy. The testimony
usual and instructive meeting. All I introduced b}’ the defendant was 1
obligations made by his firm.
the pulpit at the Presbyterian i the teachers of the county, twenty directed largely toward showing J
W e - t a Tat ax , Wholesale Drug- ' church lust Sunday.
five in nmnlx-r, were present. A that the water from the spring, in
gists, Toledo, O.
number of former teachers, who its course to the lake, hud cut a
W ai . to ng , K innana Mun in , Whole
a $17 5(1 couch to the couple get) ing have left the profession to engage channel from one and one-half to
s ale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken in married nt ’’'¡oral Hal) on Wednes in other line», were also present throe feet deep into a bed of hard
and took a part in the discussions. clay, but none of her witnesses'
ternally. acting directly upon the day evening. Oct.
blood and mucous stirfacca of the j Summer goods are being slaught- | A meeting ot the Harney County testified that the water could have
cut the channel since 1877. The]
system. Price, 75« |ier Ixittle. Sold cred by N. Brown A Sons.
Livestock Association wus held [
QUALITY the FIRST CONSIDERATION.
open water of the lake, about two
l> v all druggists. Testimonials free
Saturday to rars resolutions
The Queen City Furniture Co., I
miles northeast of the spring. The ]
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
C(»nipíete U b «
of Baker City, is reaching into [ against the leasing of the public land north of the tract in contro
Harney valley after trade. Their1
versy is a tulo swamp, without any |
• ad” appears in this issue. Rend by nearly ull the stockmen in this open water.
i . l nabeim ; A «ALTON.
section. The resolutions passed
what they have to say.
It does not appear how far the (
unanimously. We were unable to
Muypr C. E. Kenyon was chair secure a copy of the resolutions, meander line in township twenty-,
man of the Memorial services held lienee ure unable to give them pub six, range thirty-one, south of the j
lake, was run from the open water,
last Thursday. His name was ac lication.
¡8 a no question, however,
cidentally om mi tied from the men
line was run through a
Col. C. E. S. Woods expected to
tion of the services in last week's
Has a complete stock of everything in their line. They have re
t'ARK ANO WASHINGTON WTKEl'TS
tules, and it appears
leave this morning with his son for
cently received some late styles in
New York enroute to a sanitarium from the Protestant’» own witness,
A. I’ ArM.ir.se, I.I.. B.. Principal
Special inducements will be offer in the Adirondack mountains where John \V. Meldrum, who executed
A jwa.IU'al, proKOaaive K lio.il cou.plcuon. I
ed on bedroom suits and all large he intended leaving his son to re the survey of 1877, that there was
for lUeruugh work, with huu.Ire.il of gradu.tt.*
In jra.ill<>a■ sa bookkrrp.r. aiul atrnogrspher» I orders during Fair week.
Prices gain his health, but we understand no well defined boundary between
Already proud of a high (landing nhrr.v.r
will be reduced on many nice pieces the invalid was seized with a fever the lake and the swamp. Outlie
Call and see their stock of Center Tables, Extension Tables. Iron
known, it atenddy grawa heller and better.
of furniture foreash—Burns Furni yesterday that may cause the journ facts in the case, above set out, this 1 Beds, Baby Carriages, Go carts, Chairs Rockers, Mirrors, VicUroc
Open all U»<- year, I.lnitrnla admilted any time.
Private or rlaa. instruction
l.earn wind nnd
Moulding, Window Shades, Portiers, Polls, Cottage Rods and 1 rim
ey to be postponed indefinitely. | oilicc finds that said line did not
how we teach, ami wind il coala. Calalogue free.
Wall Paper, Matting, Carpet«, Building Paper, Wire Springs,
The general admission to the
Board ot IMrectora
Pillows, Etc. Also a nice licM of upholstering good«
1». P. THOMPSON, FRESIDUNT
Concert on October 1st, will be 50
n solis coxnn
n.\vn> m uvnmm cents; reserved seats 75 cents.
It is contended by the protest- ! and trimmings, Velours, Plush, Tapestry, Brocatelle, Corduroy, Eke.
Sam Graves, of Lawen, was ar ant's counsel that the government > Upholstering ts order. Drop in and see their new stock.
Prof. Werscl.kul will sing one
A private aelionl for
rested Monday on a charge sworn is bound by th i survey of 1877, und
b.arolng and day pu of his best songs.
to before Justice Jameson, by Ad im cannot question tho correctness of,
Museum will also be often for a few
charging him with threat the meander line established by
ening to kill. The case came up that survey. That question was
Pine new hnil.lliiga.
Fred Mosier, a prosperous young 1 Tuesday and occupied the atten not discussed in the decision of
of the Izee country, was ! tion of tho Justice for several days, this office of September 21. 1899, j
The principal baa had twenty-
7U8CB A DOVXSaAW. Yrfiprirtore.
three year'a axperlence lu Port a Burns visitor last week. He came a large number of witnesses being
supra, directing you to order a hear
over to buy some cavalry horses, examined. The case was taken ing in the event of a sufficient show-1
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but finding the market dull he re tinder advisement by Justice Jame ing by tho defendant herein. But
.» W. Hill, M.
lumed home without making any son yesterday morning, who order the direction was given on the as-', g**Drinks mixed te suit your taste. Courteous treaLmoni¿uaraaW
ed the secured discharged.
Yonr patnmagr Solicit«!.
P. O. Drawer 17.
(’of)Hnued on Fourth page.
When ready to purchase your Fall supplies
don't overlook the old reliable
Oregon Commercial Co.,
Huntingto.t. Our lines are now lull and com
plete, and at prices as low as the lowest.
Burns Drug Store
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
Miller & Thompson,
Burns Furniture Co.
Bedroom Suits, Sideboards, Dressen,
Chiffoniers, Combination Cases. Etc.,
The Capital Saloon