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Local and General.
Prico Wuh< rs, of Harney’ war
doing business in Burna Monday.
A number of states held elections
on Tuesday of this week. Full re
turn*« have not been received up to
date, ami the latest is that gleaned
from th<- Oregonian of the Cth,
which gives the following results:
Seth Ix»w was elected Mayor of
New York by from 30,000 to 40,000
plurality. Jerome, fur Dialxiut At
torney, has a comfortable majority
and Mayor Van Wyck, fur Hu
prrme Court Justice, was defeated.
The entire fusion ticket was suc
cessful. Republicans carried Al
Of proscriptions is no child'« play.
bany, Troy, Buffalo and probably
It requires couscientio'J« care and
accurate knowledge uf drugs and
Wells, Republican, and Schmitz,
their relations to each othw. We
Union Labor, arc running a close
take an honed pride in the purity
race for Mayor of San Francisco.
•f our drugs, at.d the skill and sc
The Republicans carried Ohio
oot any with which we eotn[H»utid
by SBcreafed pluralities, that of
them on your physician's order.
Governor Nash being placed at fiO,
000 Tty re election of Foraker is
Mrs. Joseph Martin was adjudg aeatfrsd.
Atty Wirt Minor and G A Brodie
of Portland, are in Burns on busi ed insane by the county examin
In Pennsylvania the Republican
H- W. WELCOME« CO.,
ing board this week, and ordered ticket was elected by smaller plu-
taken to the State Asylum. She rslitiea than in 189‘J. Rutherniel,
I Mr. and Mrs. J R Hendricks, of
wm accompanied by her husband the Union-Anti-Quay candioatefor
Lawcn, were visiting in town Wed and Mrs, Etta Dodson.
District Attorney at Philadelphia, I
Sheriff Geo Shelley and Chas, was beaten bv I3.<>7S plurality.
Dr. W. L. Marsden left Tuesday
**1 I HPAY NOVEMBF.IC 1». t»l
TLe figuiee from .Maryland are
McPheelera left yesterday morn-
for Canyon City to meet .Mrs.
ing for Salem having in custody incomplete, but indicate Democrat
Thank«;! vlug t*r<>rlama!luu
Matthew Price, who was Tuesday ic control of the Legislature. TLe
Mr and Mrs. John Darery re- sentenced to serve one year in the vote in Baltimore is very close, and
U'ailiingbm, Nov. 2.— President turnml Tuesday from
a visit to penitentiary for larceny from a whichever party wins will not have
Roosevelt today iz»ns<l hie proclam Sumpter.
over 2000 majority.
ation living Thursday, November
Democrats will have an increas
Mr. and .Mrs. J. O. Bunyard, of
'Jtt, as a day of National thanks
Pete Helmer, of Canyon City, ed majority in the Kentucky Legis
Gow creek, were visiting In town arrived in Buras yesterday on his
giving. It reads:
lature. They ale"» elected the
"A I'ruel-MuatiiM) : The season is yesterday.
way to the Pueblo ininning dis Mayor of Louisville
mgh when, according to the time
E. U. Bulk ley was down from trict where he expects to put in the
In Rhode Island lhe plurality
hallowed custom of our people, the his home in Milviea valley the first winter prospecting that section. for the Republican state ticket will
Mr. Helmer recently disposili of |run over GUOO.
l’re«ul«ul appoint« a <lav as the es of the week.
pecial occasion for praiee an>l
interest in the Prairie Diggings | W. Murray Crane was fur the
A. W. Hurlburt and Junes Con
Grunt county, te a cojapuov third time elected Governor of Mas
thanksgiving to God.
way were visitors from Warm
who are erecting a larga stain pin ill sachusetts. The Stato Legislature
'This Thanksgiving finds the Springs Tuesday.
on the property. He says he Las will be strongly Republican.
j-eoplc still bowed with sorrow for
heard considerable alxiut the coun
tlm death of a great ard good Pres
In <'unnvticut the Republicans
try to which hois enroute and in elected a majority of the delegates
We i«-Jurn for President
tends giving ita thorough looking to the constitutional convention.
McKiuloy because we loved «nd freight for Burns merchants.
Roland Hankins, er., a id Raucs over.
honored him, ami the manner of
Arapahoe County, Colorado, is
but death should awaken in the Drake were down from Silvice I
According to the annual report Democratic, but Republicans were
breasts of our ueople a keeu anxiety valley thia « eek on business.
of Commissioner Hermann of the 1 successful at Pueblo, Colorado
and a resolute purpose not to lie
Mr. and Mrs. Tice Shull, after a general land office, just made pub Springs And Leadville.
Buceeeewe to.fi A. Millar A Co.
driven by any calamity frsrn the abort residence in Baker county,
Cummins, the Republican candi
lic the aggregate area ot unappr-
path of strong, orderly, impular lib h»vu ratnrnrd tn Happy valley,
priated and unreserved lauds in date for Governor of Iowa, was
erty', which, as a Nation, we have i
Frank Buckland aud wife, of )regon is 33,784,023 acres, of which sleeted t*v a plurality of about 90.
thus far safely trod.
Harney, left Tuesday on a visit to 23,ti42,2iil acres are surveyed. Ths ¡000.
“Yet, in spite of this great dis i
The Republican ticket in Nebras
Mr. Buckland’s mother in Idaho. I reserved area iu the state is 5,.’>00,
aster, it is nevertheless true that
821. and the area appropriated, 21, ka was elected by 10,000 majority.
Craig C'atterion, of I.awen, ar
no people on earth have such abun
South Dakota Republicans claim
992,590acres. The report also states
dant uause for thankxgiving as we rived from ths railroad Tuesday
that during tbo year 2320 acres in to have elected tha eight Circuit
Levs Th«' past year in particular with freight for Triacli <V Dmegan.
Oregon was patented to the Wil ! Judges.
has been one of pt'ace and plenty.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Comegys, of1 lamette Valley and Cascade Mount
The ei.tire Republican ticket was
We have pro«|>er<-d in things ma Wagontire,
are visiting Mrs ain Wagon Road Co., besides sev elected in Salt Lake, and probably
terial. and h«ve been able to work Coniegye* mother, Mrs. Lena An eral thousands of acres under other in most of the other Utah cities. I
I • <
for o r own uplifting in things in derson.
Republicans were generally suc
grants, to different corporations.
tellectual and spiritual. Let us
cessful in the local elections in I
Grandma Miller caiue over from
remember that, as much Las been
given Ue, much will be expect« d Cow creek yesterday and is visit
In New Jersey, Murphy, Repub
ing with her daughter Mrs John
from us; and that true homage
is elected Governor hv about
Following is a list of cases dis
oom..*« from the heart as well as Sevedge.
10,000 plurality. Both branches I
County Judge Jas A. Sparrew posed of, continued from last week. of tlie Legislature will be Republi
ftom the lips and shows itae.fin
State vs.-1). H. Smyth, assault
W'i can brat prove our returned Wednesday from a aev-
F. S RIEDER.
dangerous weapon; jury re
thankfuliivas to the Almighty by oral days’ trip of inspection of
Ses-’jr ausi Trass.
The Democratic elate ticket in
turned verdict of not guilty on
the way tn which, on this earth, county road«.
Virginia was elected uy at least 25.
■ first ballot.
«nd at this time, each of us does
> 000 majority.
The Canyon City-Buine stage
State vs. Matthew Price, larceny
nisduty to hia fellow men
line is n<nv running on winter
’ Now, therefore, I, Theodore schedule, leaviuc Burna Monday, ; from a dwelling; jury returns ver
Monday night un attempt was
dict of guilty; sentenced to one
Roosevelt, President of the United . Wednesday and Friday.
to burglarize the County |
veer in the penitentiary.
States, do hereby designate as a I
Abstract« Furnished and Title Guaranteed to>11 Lands in ‘Harney
A Washington dispatch to the
Citizens Bank vs. M H Brenton, Clerk's office says the ValeG&zette.
day of than ksgivi ng Thursday, the
28th of thia present November, and Oregonian of the 1st, save Charles | recovery of money; judgment for Deputy County Clerk Mulkey in !
do recoin mend that throughout the Howe has beeu appoiwted post I plaintiff and order of sale of at- formed us that the office had been ;
broken into and almost everything • Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office :a Bank.Building.
land lhe people cease from their master al Van, vioo M. E. Holinen, I tached property,
wonted occupations and al their
failed to find the combination of i
several homesand places of worship
Allan Jones, of Cow creek, on- recovery of money ; judgment for
the safe, um! evidently had no ex
thank the giver of all good for the rolled himsslf Monday ns a pupil
W. Y. King vs. Anna W. Savers, plosives with which to carry out
countless blessings ef our National in the Burns public school. Ho
of money; settled and his plans. In times of quietude
making hie home with his sister.
look out for robberies.
‘ In witness whereof 1 have here Mrs. J. C. Welcome, jr.
unto set toy band and caused the
Has a complete stock of everything in their line. Thsy^Lava re
The Queen City Furniture Co., recovery of money; verdict for
The Census Office has just made
seal of thk United States te be affi xed
cently received some late styles in
of Baker City, is reaching into plaintiff and order of sale of at public a bulletin giving the num-
“Dune at theCity of Washington,
Harney valley after trade. Their tached property.
her of Presidential voters in the
this 2d day of November, in the
•‘ad” appears in this issue. Read
several states. According to this
year of our Lord one thousand nine
what they have to aay,
the voting strength of Oregon in
I man, divorce; decree granted.
hundred aud one, and af ths inde
D. L. Shirk of Shirk, Hnrney
Hull Hotchkiss Vs. Geo. Young, 1900, was 144,4 It».
pendence of the United States the
Call and see their stock of Center Tables, Extension Tables, I ro«»
county, was a visitor in Lakeview injunction ; decree for defendant.
one hundred and twenty-sixth.
Bede, Baby Carriages, Go-carts, Chairs Rockers, Mirrors, Picture
John Ott A Co., vs, R. M. Need
last week. Mr. Shirk is a big stock
Moulding, Window Shades, Portiere, Polls, Cottage Rods and Trim
man and rancher of that soction. ham, foreclosure of mechanic's lien;
"By the President.
mings, Wall Paper, Matting, Carpets, Building Paper. Wire Springe
‘‘JOH N IIA Y, Secretary of State.” He was accompanied by his charm decree for plaintiff.
Mattresses, Pillows, Etc. Also a nice line of upholstering goods
Effie Syme vs. H. B. Syme, di
ing daughter, Miss Ollie G. Shirk.
and trimmings, Velours, Plush, Tapestry, Brocatelle, Corduroy, Eu
vorce; default and decree for plain
IM K in4 Yos H its tlwijs Bo’.’g? t —Lakeview Examiner.
Upholstering U order. Drop in and see their new «took.
"Through the months of Juno
Frances Brenton vs. Sheriff of
and July our baby wae teething
County and M. H. Bren
PARK AND WASHINGTON STRF.KTi
A private «chuol far and took a running off of the bow
board lot and d«j p i- els and sickness of the etomaok,” ton, injunction ; dismissed hy plain
LI.. B.. PN im I ir I
snys O P. M. Holliday, of Deining,
A practical, progrcMive school tOMpkuoui
Saplambar I Sih.
Ind. "Hie bowels would move from
for thvraufth work, with hundred»» »i graduate*
Flao n«« bulldlu««.
Brenton and M. H. Brenton, fore iu petition.« as bookkeeper* and stenographer«*.
Already proud cf a high standing wherever
buttle of Chamberlain’s Colic. Chol closure of mortage; decree for known, it steadily grows Utter and better.
7BXKI A DMTÏTXOAJÎ. Yr^rktm.
Tha principal ha» had twanly-
Uiraa /••«•’» rxparlenna In Fort era »nd piarrhoea Remedy in the
Open all the year. Slu<lrnta adnmiejl any time
Citizens Bunk ye. F. C. Fister Private er clasa iuatnu tiox Learn what uiid
KST-OF WHIM. L1QU0M ANDOWAM.
house and gave him four drops in
J. II. Meal, foreclosure of how we teach, and what it coats. Catalogue ftte
a teaepoonful of water and he got
For ••talnfua addrar»
--------------- Boar J of Dlcsctaca
Mt^TDrinks rnixad to suit your tans. Courteous Lraatmaut^naranW
•J. W. 11111, M I»..
better at oom .” Sold by H. M.Hor- mortgage, decree for plaintiff as to
D. p THOMFSON; FRESIDFNT V
,J> Ml K cowrx
lon. BurWi Fr*d Haines, Harkey
Yonr natrnMF* ScUdtetf.
r. o. Prawar 17.
Pius plating done by Jorgensen.
John Hembree returned to Hap
How would you like to be the py Volley Thursday. .Mrs. Hem
wood mi u T
bree will remain the guest of .Mrs.
A W. Gowan is Lome from a I. M. Geer for a few days.
trip to Portland.
Emil Baker ami Miss Lora Bun
were united in marriage at
R IL Blown was up from Dia
of Mrs. Eliza Riggs
mond this week.
in this city Wednesday, Nov. 6,
Jeff Cawlfield. of Narrows, was a 1901.
visitor during court.
Jorgensen has reduced the price
C. H. Johnson, of Calamity, wat
on all goods in stock 20 per cent
in Burns Thursday
except stationary. He is selling
► red Haines, tha Harney iner* lower than anv place in town,
chant was a visitor Monday.
therefore get his prices.
John Hevsdge started for the
John Smyth, postmaster and
railroad Tuesday after freight.
merchant at Wildhorse, llarney
John D. Daly, of Drewsey, was county, and Chas Rigdon und Mr.
in Burna on business this week.
West arriyed in I.akevieiv last week
land business —Lakeview Ex
J. J. Donegan returned yester
day from business trip to Portland.
Burns Drug Store
When ready to purchase your Fall supplies
don't overlook the old reliable
Oregon Commercial Co.,
Huntington. Our lines are now lull and com
plete. and at prices as low as the lowest.
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
Miller & Thompson
E. 0. T. G. CO.
Burns Furniture Co
Bedroom Suits, Sideboards, Dressers,
Chiffoniers, Combination C&stf.Eta
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