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Local and General.
Or<goulan find Items, IJ.- i O
Soin* delightful full wither.
Fine plating done by Jorgensen.
Th«! Harney school commenced
Jack Craddock is down from Sil-
W, D. Martin was over from
A. boys suit, 2 to 7 yrs , for 11.50
st N. Brown A Huns.
Of prescriptions is no child's piny.
< ircuit court for Harney count)
It roquifea consciantioua care nnd will convene Oct., 28.
utuuralu knowledge of drugs nnd
B< n Campbell returned from a
their rehitioDs to ««.-(« other. We
to Ontario Tuesday.
take an lionoat pri<le in the purity
of our drugs, m.d the skill ond ac
Roy McGee returned from a trip
curacy with which we compound to the railroad Monday.
them « m > your physician's order.
Stage contractor Kellogg wan a
business visitor this week.
Burns Drug Store
T. J. Kingsbury, of Juntura, wu*
in Burns on business this week.
11. IV. WELCOME A CO.,
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
HATVKDAY OCTOBER 11), t'Jol.
Wm Muriison, of Harnev, was
doing business in Burns Friday.
Our Red shoes are in.
N. Brown <(•. Sons.
Scott Patterson was up from
Summer goods are being shiugbt-
ered by N. Brown A Sons.
J. H.Oard was mjfrom his Rock
creek ranch on business Th irsday.
C. E Kenyon returned Monday
from a trip to the Company ranches
in Malheur county.
W, 1>. Hnnley return« d this week
from a cattle buying trip through
the western portion of the county.
Mr. and Mr*. E.Cays, of Harncv,
were visiting Mrs. (Jays’ parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Morris, this
John Laid well, after a week’s
visit with relatives in Burns, left
Thursday fur his home in Wash-
R. B. Couch and family tixik their
departure this week, f< r Grant
county, where Mr. Couch will en
gage in ranching.
Char. McPhi eters returned this
week from Silver creek, where he
has been enraged in painting the
new Best residence.
Geo. Gibson and son, Fletcher,
of Cro«>k county, were arrivals in
Burns this week They expect to
winter in this section.
Clarence Luckey and wife, and
Mrs. Ione Whiting returned Wed
nesday from a visit with friends
and relatives at Eugene.
HUST NAIIONAI. HANK.
A Charter for a National Banking
I iKlitution iu Burn» Appi oled.
Wathington, Oct. II.—Tim Con
trtJler of the Currency today ap
proved the application of Leo» M.
Brown, John D. and A. II. Goes,
Pierce H. Dawson and Ben Etuwn,.
to organize the First National Bank
of Burns, Or., with a capital of
(The incorporators are nil East
ern Oregon men. Two of whom, I
Messrs. Leon M. and Ben Brown
are residents of Burns, where they i
have lived and enjoyed the utmost
confidence of the people for years.
Their associates are equally well
known in their own localities as
sound financiers. John D. anti
A. H Goss are interested in the
Bank at Rumph r and also in Ute
Grant County Bank at Caayor.
City, while Mr. Dawron is a promi
nent citizen of Baker City. The
time for opening the new institu
tion has not been deflinilely set,
owing to the large amount of work
that is necessary to go through I
with before this is possible, but it
is thought by those interested that
tlmy will lx» ready to commence
business with the opening of the
When ready to purchase your Fall supplies
don't overlook the old reliable
Oregon Commercial Co.,
Huntington. Our lines are now full and tim
píete, and at prices as low as the lowest.
John Dorsey nnd w ife left Tues
for Sumpter for n short visit.
Lit lien summer ski.-ts and shirt
wni*ta r«-duied All p"*r cent. N.
George Marshall is in town to
Brown A Sons.
day .making final proof onffiis stone
A R os I dcmh Colieice for Burns.
The oil fli hls above Vale are «re entry.
cling nn excitement next to ihe
The Northwest Livestock and
Frifefsor M. E. Rigby, who was
famous Big Bend gold foyer a few Wool Growers’Journal and Items,
Henry Goodloe, of Harney, ar
announce«! in lrcst week's uomo as
weeks ago. M<>re (hen 12,0D0acres ♦2 n year.
rived from the railroad last Sat
arriving here from Medford, will
are no« Ioi'sted and a half ilo_. it
urday with freight for Burna mer
«»pen a business college at
nurveying |«rliea are in th« field
chants. Mrs, Goodloc accotupani-
He formally conduct-1
Th«« liuteln at Vali arecrowdrd.
ied him from Harney.
ing th< week.
cd a similar institution at Medford J
There will I m - preaching service)*
Mrs. G. W. Clevenger left on the ai'd comes well recommcn«led. |
Atty John G. Saxton ha« moved Canyon City stage Thursday morn Sucivs« to Professor Rigby and hi*
in the Presbyterian church of Burns
the ■«cconil and third Httndnys of his law office to a room in the ing in answer to a telephone mes- undertaking.
<h-tober, instend of the third nnd Vaughn building.
sa|'r, stating tbit her b.other who
fourth Sumlavs. Rcrviwa at the
iirar Prairie City w«i serious
T. J. Garret has
tinuni hours morning and «vening. intes«-st in the Burns
ly if not fatally injured by a kick
Every b«><ly is invited to attend with Simon lanvi*.
from u horse.
Jim Smith is a Diamond visitor.
The personal property belonging
The weather has uren quite w arm
Did you ever examine the line
Three big freight t< ama urei veil of Gents shoes curried by N. Brown to the John Maher estate was auc
OU Porter was among the visitors
tioned off Wednesday bringing Monday.
to re last Sat irday from Ilarncy A tons?
♦ '»‘2B.5O. The sale took place at
county, and went to New Pitie
Johnnie Black was one of us dur
Jean I>*vin nnd Alex Encalle, of j the Maher ranch and was conduct
Creek Sunday to lond with Hour
Paulina. Crook county, were busi- ' ed by Rohl Drink water, of Harney, ing the week.
rrwl fruit for the residente of Silvits
news visitors, Monday.
Johnnie Moore is spending a few ,
who acted as auctioneer.
river. Every year gteal qnantilis a
John Budelm.in and Hunk Ftl-
of<loose Lake floor and fruit arc
Mis 'I Shaver left Thursday
shipped to our neighboring county ton returned Wedncrduy from a I morning for Seattle, where she is Roduty Bucknuster is down from:
I cn’li d to assist in settling up an Stein Mountain todav.
llnrney. With the splendid young shooting trip to Narrows
orchard* soon to come into bearing
Ifomer Winters and Johnnie 1
W. L. Clark and Frank Culler* estate, left rcecn ly by the death
in thia valley we will have aulii- eon were visitors from Lawen of her brother, Lamar Cheadle. Moore have gone to Burns.
cient fruit of the hardy variety to
Ihe deceased was quite wealth and
rcveral days during the week.
Core Smvth was over from Hap
accommodate all who oome for our
each of fhc heirs will receive snug
valley the first of the week.
11. W. Welcome A Co., of the fortunes.
James Paul and Jenkin Jenkins :
Burns Drugstore, received a large
County Judge Jas. A. Sparrow, were among the visitors the j»asl i
A contagion rest inbling black - ! consignment of freight Wednesday.
Thornton Will iams, M. FitzGerald few days.
!i-g is attacking cuttle in Poutbcrn
and L. F. Andrews returned yes
Oregon, more especially in th«’ ’
Mr. and Mrs. M. Horton return
terday from a few <1 «ys inspection
home from Burns last week,
Haines will undergo medical treat of the land, in the Wagontire sec
they had been attending the
tions. The country visited is said
P. T. Thoms*, Huiittervllle, Ala , ment.
1 1 was suffering from dyspepsia
to contain borax deposits and to
Mrs. S. L. Bowen returned Wed
when I commenced taking Kodol
Mr. and Mrs J. T. Shackelford,
investigate these was a part oi the
Dyspepsia Cure I took several l»ot- nesday from Prineville, where she trip. The gentlemen have given accompanied by Miss Leia Short,
ties and digest anything.” Kodol went to attend the funeral of her
out no information legarding the returned home from Burns last i
Dvapepaia Curéis the only prepar sister,
results of their investigation.
ation containing all the natural di
No use to say much about “Queen
gestive fluids. It gives weak stom
No old stock left over at N, Brown
ach* entire rest, restoring their nat Quality" in Ladies shoes; you know
ural condition. 11 M. Horton, Burns; wiial they are. N. Brown A Sons A Sons if prices are an object.
The Queen City Furniture Co.,
Fred Haines, Harney.
The laws of health require that of Baker City, is reaching into
If * woman i- physically miwraMe
Frank Morrison, representing the the bowels move once each day and I Harncv valley after trade. Their
oiui mentally vnhappy, the child she
Statesman, wan working one of the penalties for violating •ad” appears in this issue. Read
lieara »ill, in fscr and form, ns well as idalio
in di'|Hisit; ,11, reflect her OWII ' Condi Burns Monday in the interest of this law is piles.
Keep vour bow what they have to say.
I.»cry woman who anticipate*
a dose of
motherti'si I ought to think of this aud that paper-
b- a fairy godmother to her pwn child,
Chi.mberlain’s Stomach and Liver
A privau bcbool for
eudowiiig it with health, beauty, ami n
Tom Vickers, Rad Howser and Tablets when necessary and you
boarcing and day pu
pil«. open »
Tiie menial tic*
uiiaerv of the prospective
will never have that severe punish ACADEHN m A
la in general
the result of her railroad Monday with freight fur
plivaical condkmn. JJhe i* nervous, her
npl>rtitr fails, »lie
cents. For sale bv II. M. Horton,
Fine new buildings.
<i«iin<*t sleep. Re
store her appetite,
Mrs Sam Mothcrshead is visit Burns; Fred Haines, Harney City
Th« principal luu» had twenty-
ipiiet her nerves
ing her parents Mr. an«l Mrs. A. S.
three year’« expedience in Port
mid give Iler ali-ep
unit ilie becomes a
Swain nt I.awen, during Mr.
Notice of Stockholder Meeting'.
For catalogue addresa
" It Ims made a
new woman of me,"
is the constant tes
timony o! women
wlxifiavr used Dr.
the appetite mid
t lee t>.
It b s t a b-
drains, heals In
flammation anil uleeration ami cure*
"puring Ibe ftr-t month, when I looked foi
want to tuateruhy. 1 could Hot keep aattnlur
<v> my atiimash.'* write. Mr« II C Ander..m i.l
m»,th Hnutii. New Haven Co . Conn "W'an »•>
wrak that | went to bed oil the . »th of June ami
never pot up till the fir»l of August
fiitFrient floclot» but with little Iwuetit
aliout ina«iv being hclpe«! by wainr your n»r-!i
cine, no I thought I would Rive
gan to take vuur 'Favorite Fn-
■ •» ’ •’»
vember. au<( I had a nice lit;.
r Riel hi
Mv baby weighed ovtr
eight pound« I was only ill for about «ine hour,
utid r «»I a Ion r nicely during vonMncment. XX u«
up and drraaed ou the eighth day I never h»d
the dtetor with me a< all:
the nurac A«d one
or two friend«. My friend* thtuMii*1 1 wa*
very abort lime Th!« make« my second child
With the fii*t one I «lid not take ‘ Favorite Fre-
aaeiinhm.» The liUle
UveH )u*t about t wo
•imnth« «nd »he waa «lek all the time. Thia
ta a« plump aud healthy a« any mother
|)r. Pierce’!» Pellet* cure constipation,
A Genuine Stetson hat is a i The stock holders of the Peoples
money aaver. N. Brown A- Hone Commercial Company will hold a
meeting at the old Durkheimer
sell the Genuine Stetson.
building in Burns, Oregon, Satur
The Band Ixjys were the recipi day, Nov.. 2 at 2 p. m.. All stock ,
ents of nn elegant banquet last holders arc earnestly requested to I
night. 'The delicacies were prepar be present.
ed by China Torn anil served at
“My baby was terribly sick with
Jorgenson has reduced the price the diarrhoea,’* says J. II. Doak, of
on all gAods in stock 20 p« r cent Williams, Oregon. “We were un
except stationary. He is selling able to cure him- with the doctor’s
lower than anv place in town, assistance, and as a last resort we
therefore get his prices.
tried Chamberlaiu’a Colic. Cholera
What most people want is aoinc- and Diarrhoea Remedy. I am hap
tiling mild nnd gentle, when in py to say it gave immediate relief
need of a physic. Chamberlain’s and a complete cute.’’ For sale by
H. M. Horton, Burna; Fred Haines,
Steinach and Liver Tablets till the
. bill to a dot. They arc easy to tako
anil pleat-ant in effect. For sale by
Oregon socialists will put a state
II. M. Horton, Burna; Fred limn#*,
' Harney City,
ticket iu the fiejd next spring.
Miller & Thompson
Successors to R. A. Miller A Co.
F. S RIEDER.
E. 0. T. G. CO.
Abstracts Furnished and Title Guaranteed to all Lands in Hamer
-W REAL ESTATE
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office in Bank Building.
Burns Furniture Co.
Has a complete stock of everything in their line. They bare re
cently received some late styles in
Bedroom Suits, Sideboards, Dressers,
Chiffoniers, Combiraiion Cases. Etc.,
J W. Hill, M. D..
1*. <>. t>raw»r 17.
Call and see their stock ofCenter Tables. Extension Tables, Iroa
Beds, Baby Carriages, Go-carts. Chairs RiK'keir, Mirrors. Picture
Moulding, Window Shades, Portiers, Polls, Cottage Rods inc^Triin-
mings, Wall Paper, Matting, Carpets, Building Paper, Wire Springs.
Mattresses. Pillows, Etc. Also a nice line of upholstering goods
and trimmings, Velours, Plush, Tapestry, Brocatelle, Corduroy, .Etc.
Upholstering ta order. Drop in and see their new stock.
AND WASHINGTON R1REFTS
FORTL AND, OR KOON
A. P Armstrewf, I.L. II.. Principal
A practical, progrrwuce school
Tiie Capital Saloon
for thorough work, with Imodteds of graduate«
iti positions ns bookkeepers and stenographer«.
Already proud tf a high standing wherenr
known, it blcodily grows better aud
Open all the year.
i U m
TV1CIA MamaAlY, Proprlnw«.
Ptudmt« adxuiUc»] any time.
f.earn «rhaf anti
BRUT OP WINKS. L1QÍXUW AMDO*GAdAS.
how we teach, and wlutt it c ost«. Catalogue frie
Dosed of Directors
1). P. THOMPSON, PRV.S1DENT
D. S:H! •> CQMEsN
IMVJV ?L »VXKM
Drinks mixed to suit your taste. Courteous treatment gueraaxtad
Your patronage Solici