Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, February 08, 1902, Image 3

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Local and General.
lloglatcr.
Teiieliei r cxitmiual ion next we ek.
County Court is in se aiun this
wuek.
Jorg<*iis<*n has something nice in
stationary.
A fool idon ii all right if you can
inuke it go.
Ira Mahon is alti nding school in
Sloektuu, California.
Proper Compounding
Hoi ial dances every Friday eve­
ning
ut Locher’s Hall.
i if prescriptions is no child's play.
J t i <<piins «ousciontio'ja earn and
James F. Million wns in Burns a
aci'urato kiu.whfdye of drug« anti few days during the week.
their retatious to oocli other. We
Robt. Irving, of Harney, ’ nm
<ukc in honest pri<lf in tho purity
visiting
in Burna Bunday.
of our drugs, ai.d the rkiil und nc-
Joe Rector was in from ('row
cutaoy »villi which we compound
Camp u couple of «lays this week.
them on your physician’s order.
Mr« Jane Jones is visiting with
her d«tighter Mis J. C. Welcome,
Jr.
Burns Drug Store
H. W. WIÜ4MIMK« CO.,
Proprietor«.
Vour money’s worth—the Inter
Ocean and thi­ IteriiM one year for
ll 50.
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
.*• tr’.’KIilY 1 Etiltt’.lKY a, luti.
I
Mr. ami Mr« Griffin. of Narrow«,
«ere it. Burns a day or two tide
week.
f iiibl Worth .Million«-.
Commissioiiei A Venator can»»-
The Now York Tribune F«rm< r
“Htibhy," raid a Bulk «winty
jti on tho etsg<- Tuesday evening farmer*« wifi1, ‘‘on January 25fh My child is worth millions t»» me.*"
ami Iteius $L50 per your.
says Mrs. Mary Bird of Harr ¡«burg.
Tho* Sharpe, bookkeeper at the from his home at Venatar. He re- w-e «Lull Lave been married 25 Pa, “yet I would have lost Iv r >»*•
, ports about ei;;ht inches of snow on years. Don’t you think we ought croup hail I not purchas'd a l»ottte
1* ranch, was in town Saturday.
Crane creek and nearly all stock to kill the fatud calf and Lave a of One M¡note Cough Cure.” Oi.o
Hank Felton again presides over being fed, though ha hue :i band of feist?” ‘‘Kill tho calf,” growled Minute Cough Cure is mitc cui «
the block at Jameson's meat mar about 3<MX) sheep that have stood U»c farmer, grufly. ‘ I Oon’t see for coughs, croup and throat und
king troubles. An absolutely .«ate
ket.
tho winter so fur without hay. Ho what uo want to jump onto the cough cure which octs immeriiat«*lv
Dave Craddock and Pleas Hank­ lirti WXh) head of the Fister sheep CttKand kill him for. He isn't to The yeuqgest child can take it with
ins were down from Silvios valley however that h<- is feeding they be­ i blame for what happened 25 years entire safety. The little ones like
th«- taste and remember how often
tbit week with horses for James ing in poOr condition at th»- com­ ago.”—Ex.
it helped them. Every family should
Sherman.
mencement uf winter. In addition
have a bottle of O« xj Mincte Cough
You
may
ring
of
th«-
sun
mid
tl
<■
Cure hamly. At this season espec­
* Everything to Ent, Wear ami to his sheep Mr. \'«nslnr has rev-
sky serene an 1 tne biois ’in that ially it may lie needed suddenly.
Use carried by N. Brown A Sons. oral hundred bead of cattle which
' gayly blows ; but where is the joy Citv Drug Store, H. M. Horton,
he
is
feedings.'
the
Lome
ranch
and
Send them your orders for any­
at I
nd he says they me be­ ; in a sylvan seen", when youf’re prop; Fred Haines, Harney.
thing you need.
ginning to thin out the hay stuck«. ! wearing your last yeal’j cloths?
Win. Farre, the newly appointed
; Am! where is tt.e pl> aswrc iu all
If troubled with a weak digest ioa
O. J. Durst was a Burns visitor
register of the Burns land office, is
| the town where the hurrvingcrowds belching, sour stomach, or if you
a visitor for a few days. It will be this week, coming down from Gold ! seem gay, when your sboea are led «lull after eating, try Oliambtr-
if'inc time yst before he enters on Gulch Monday. Jm k says there j cracked and the heels run down, lfUu's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
is a very light snow in the moun­
his duties.
and your trousers begin to fray9 Price, 25 cents. Samples free at
tains ami thinks there will be no
Atty. Thornton Williams, who water fur sluicing on the placer When your bat grow« rusty about II. M. Horton, Burns.; Fred Haine«
hits been confined to his borne with claims in the Gulch this season. He i the brim, and your collars begin tu Harney City.
muscular rheumatism since his re­ expects to move tu his ranch on | scratch, and vour sleeves have a
turn to Burns two we« Its ago, is Pine creek io n an 1 do wine work j luster weird arid grim, ami your
Oregonian orni kerne, $2.06
! buttons no longer match, pra'e on :
ublr to brave th* outbid ) weather.
ofimproving the place. He will I
philosophize as you may, ami your
J W. Shown, of Harney, was together with I.. Weidenberg, Jr |
j words may with truth|ie life, but
over yesterday to see his cou«in, engage in tlie stock raising busi­
LIQUOR PETITION.
i when von feel like a One-Horn Shay
Joe Lloyd, whoisat the Cottage ness.
! Oh, where is the joy in life?— Tv the Honorable County Court, Hur­
Hotel, suffering from a broken kg
ney Conntv, Oregon:
Harney Co :nly up to January 1,1 Wa-hingtan Star.
causod by a nurse falling with him 1902 is credited on tho state!
We, the undersigned petitioners, rw.l-
__ -♦► -___
detxt«, taxpayers, and legal voters Ci
hist week.
treasurer's books with reporting '
q)ie Mother s Favorite.
Wild Horse Precinct, said county, ar t
A merry Land of school boys and 1 I IG5 Fcalps.or nearly as many a< i Chamberlain a Cough Remedy is ! Slav?, nioi-1 respectfully fietition your
girls, numbering 22,
wer« out any other two counties in the state, i the mother’s favorite. It is pleasant Honorable Court to grant a lie -n.-e
**>
slsigh riding in a four horse, bob Since the law has been in force it and safe for children to take and to Alex ('. Burke to m -'.I spiritu­
Tuesday night, nod made the has cost the state f250,000, Of the ' alwaya runs. It is intended es- ous, malt an ! venous Ii piors in
less quantities than one gallon inwA'd
welkin ring with their joyous shouts state appropriation of $50,0<)0 for pecially for coughs, colds, croup Precin<-t for a jierusl ox three muntl.s
the years of 1'JOI ami 1902. but and whooping cough, and is the beginning on the Ninetli iliyof ApxU
and merry laughter.
$9000 remains to pay off the boun­ beet medicine made for these di­ 1902:
Mies Iva Poujade, daughter of ties fur the next twelve months
Names.
seases. There is not the least dan­ Name«.
Mr. and Mrs. I L. Poujade, of Cow
I. , C. Chamberlain, J. A Veer,
ger
in
giving
it
to
children
for
it
NOTICE—Those who hold re
J-»cob Shown,
•V. E. Alberaon,
creek, camo over last Saturday, and
ccipts
for the Northwest Wool- contains no opium or other injur Dr. D. 1». Cate,
F. MirantL.,
«ill remain with Lor aunt, Mrs.
iousdrug and may be given as con­
J!. F. Fira!,
,ltl. i Hevedgc and become a pupil Growera and Live Stuck Journal uf fidently to u babe as to an adult. G I.orcnzana,
<jeo. A. Fin» th,
('. W. Younkic,
Pendleton
Oregon,
and
are
not
rc-
of the Burns public school foi the
F. Aibercon,
ecivii.g their pap> r aro requested For sale by II. M. Horton, J. C. West,
remainder af the term.
John
Smyth,
A.
II. Hollis,
to uddress the Journal, or send Burns; Fred Haines, Harney City.
Mail orders sent to N. Brown A
Sons will he promptly and carefully
The Culp sn I Powers wood firm tilk-1
is still a reality.
Tho Northwest Livestock nml
Wool
Growers’Journal and Items,
W. Morrison of Sol Her cr«,rk, was
?2
»
V
ear.
n |' ir«t of W. IL (’ulp Tuoa«!ay.
Mrs Chas. N. Cochrane having
Mr L >iig-’<)»» 1, of. Burns, gave G.
W. Shatv u friondly cull Tuesday completed her term of school has
returned.
Mr ami Mr« (I. W. Shaw made
Jurgen« ii I« oTcring liberal dis-
the r H «noy fiiciidsu yn»it Tuce-
counts on everything in his line.
day.
Drop in and s< r him.
The man who object« to a Jeer-
Frank lairion,
I’.-te Tahitnane*
M. L. Lewis will a>k fur the I
tiein..; In* Itusinese makes a I>»>1
John 3 weitz«’ disposed of ' his their names to the items. Sub­
toe Baiikofter,
E. t? . Hurlburt,
mark g dust himvelf
d«-t:.‘ iTutic nomination fur j.i-'i ■< cabi n-t making tools and house­
A society woman has erected a M. A. M«x!ie,
scriptions Will dale from the re­
Cha*. Turner,
G limaci rula Merinudcx
G. W. Shew bought uf Mrs Over- of the Peace.
hold effects last Saturday at public ceipt of the first copy uf the paper marble tablet over her dog’s grave. F. S. Redon,
'i. E. Carlson,
ton what i* known as the Gradoti
J ih t Sweitzer was assisting in auction. He informs us, however,
Let us hope she left a space on it. Andrew Stone,
Clubbing tat‘S givtn with any
Notice is hereby given that the under­
rincli. Pun-hx «• price wo undor the cabinet «hop of <•••». W. Clev­ that be will remain in Burns until
for her own epitaph.
signed will on tlie ‘Jib day of April, l!)02,
paper or periodical published in
elan I to i e idb<)
enger a few date this week.
the winter breaks when be will I
make 3ppH«*ation to tine County Court <g
the I'uited States.
leave
an
a
trio
East.
Harney County, State of Oregon, for the
Give
a
man
your
skim
milk
and
A W. ai:l J H Culp hive pre
Joseph W. Vanderpool was in
I
•granting of the license mentioned ia tlx
he
will
kick
for
a
share
of
your
pared another lot of liorr« s which from Silver Creek Wednesday
Have you ever seen a Columbia 1
County Court Proceediü^s
above petition.
Alex C. Burke.
cream.
they will utter for rale to Mr. Stier- tusking proof on his homestead.
i
Phonograph? Ami more. Have i
man of Burns, \V«-diie»d >y
von ever heard one? If you have
In the matt«.-of the application !
A full line of Queen Quality
w.-w fl
7
r‘'c
■'"Ci
G. W. r'hsw refuses to sell any Shoes now on hand. N Brown A not just diop into Jorgensen. If of K Sianlev Thompson for aid |
you
have
l»c<'n
in
a
quandary
about
from the county, it appearing to
in ’re of tho present ySur’s crop of Sons.
how to ep nd the long winter even- ' ill«: court that said Thompson is
bay fearing he ni ght be compelled
A. M, Byrd has sold bis interest j itige, heir is the solution. Cheap ' destitute arul sick and in nesid of
fc*»
t«> buy to supply hie own need
in
thu
Burns
Furniture
Co,
t
tu ami just the thing.
aid, the keepr of the county poor
rhould h<- let my mure go.
J. C. By: I who is now sole propri­
is authorize«! to receive said Thomp-
Tr.o wi»o counsel the I tems ufler- etor.
John W. Biegs returned home
'
«on
and core f«r him at tl.« ex-
ed as a means uf salvation from
lust week from a business trip to
I
pense
of the county dated from
About
tl.e
mo.it
helpless
man
you
I ditieri slaughter, P Clem« ns,
Portland and other Eastern Ore­
i
I
Jan.
29.
1902.
see
is
the
meteban».
standing
in
his
would Lc quito in place to extend
gon points. He left again Tuesday
In
the
matter
of
the
contract
for
to others ami then a'Ll the very store door, watching his neighbor morning for Canyon City in com­
fitting prayer of the ,»o«-t recently getting all the trade,
pany with his brother C. S. Bigg« I keeping county i«»or. Perry Wil-
I, V
. liams having executed his bond in
applied to the Fifty Seventh Con­
Xr«
The twelve year old son of Mrs j ""d Henry Blackwell. The latter
«he sum cf $500, conditional for the
gress of the I'uited States of Amer­ Andrew Chancellor, died Thursday i enroute to Pendleton.
faithful
performance of his Contract
ica.
evening after an illness of only a
The play llick'ry Farm was pre­ with J. M Dalton as surety, which
We do not know that J C. Foley few days from appendicitis, The
I
sented by local talent last night to contract and bontl was approved.
is aspiring to tho Judgeship, nor funeral took place Friday.
an appreciative audience
The
In the matter of the appoint­
any olio.-.- county office, but we can
management
used
good
judgement
ment
of a Justice of the Peace for
M'S
Seraff,
of
Burns,
who
has
truthfully say should he enter the
E’?
in tho distribution of the parts as Crane Creek precinct, Frank G.
been
visiting
her
sister
Mrs.
Hurley
race for County Judge, theta is at
Successors to R. A. Miller A- Co.
was
shown
by
the
excellence
in
Stauffer appointed.
li ust one man in the field who does Wood, for several weeks, loft for j
which each part was sustained. It
In tha matter of the polling place .
house
yesterday.
Mrs.
Wood
ac
­
not stand identified with the j«iliti- ,
would be hard to select one part in Saddle Butte precinct. On *
cal ring of Harney County, ami companied her as far as Whitney
far greater praise thau another.
petition uf J. IL Jordan and twenty I
•
—
Sumpter
Miner.
cue should he be elected would ;
b'X
distribute the people's intcr?sts in
\V. E. Huston has filed his final six «»thers to change the pilling
It is the parents who are oftenest
■
place
in
said
precinct
from
the
the most economical manner with­ to bl unc for ullowing their child- account ns administrator of the
out regard to self aggrandizement. ren’s brai;.• to be packed without | ' •Lite of John Maher, deceased ' school house to the town of I.awen. [
grantod uml the Jordan
.
•
IhAlimra
at* i Í 1 « I ha n viinnt inn ninni • Petition
and regard to their capacity or i The heirs, with the exception of one Ilall designated as the ¡Milling
A Proniinent Chicago Woutan Speaks peculiar |x>wers or weaknesses.— brother, reside in Ireland. The set­
Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago Vico February La lies’ Home Journal.
tlement of the estate has been place.
In the matter of grading and im­
President Illinois Woman's Alliance
prompt and reflects much credit
proving
the county reads. The
If you want to buy an overcoat upon tho administrator for the
in speaking of Chamberlain'S Cough
court
having
heretofore caused a
Remedy, says: “I suffered with a at a positive reduction, call on N. manner in which he has disposed
»urycy
to
bo
made of parts of
se vere cold this winter which lhr< at- Btown A Sons.
of the business.
V
county roads in this county that
ened to run into pneumonia. I tried
All persons aro hereby notified
¡T
W. J Coleman, official court should be graded and improved but
diifi-ren* remedies but i Mcmcd to not to remove any building rock
stenographer,
accompanied
by
his
the specifications ami profiles have
grow worse and the medicine upset I from the west half of the M >rrison
wife is in the city to remain a not been filed. Tho clerk is author
my stomach. A friend advised mo Adddition to the town of Burns.
month. Mr. Coleman will take izsd <>n (heir filing to advertise for .
to try CI iuih I h rlain'aCough Remedy
M. FITZGERALD,
F. S RIEDER,
BIGCiSJÄLBIUG!«,
Dated January 11, 1002.
testimony in the Gray vs Turner bids to «Io the work the same (cap-'
President,
Rec
’
y
and
“
Trsav.
Attomsyw.
and I found it wus ploarant to take
AL L. L ewis ,
J caeo from Lower Willow creek, pear in the II arsey V ai . i . ey I t ms !
and it reliovcd me at once.
I am
Agent for Tlios. Morrison. 1 and complete the testimony in the
In the matter of the petition of I
tmw entirely recovered, saved a
Beers vs Sharpe and the McCain John H. Neal and Dorcas N. Neal ,
doctor's bill, time and suffering, , Mr. ami Mrs. John Dareey and
vs Watson cases from Jojdan Val­ to change a county road running
and I will nov r be without this Thus. Stephens arrived here last
ley while here.—Ontario Argus.
across their land. I.. F. Wiseman,
lncorpwrat««!.)
splendid medicius again.” For sale Wednesday about P> o’clock. Mr.
j
Walter
Gray
and
Frank
Heinz
ap-
IL M. Horton, Burns; Fred Haines, Darsey came from Burns in rc-
Minice Caldwell cam« tip from
Abstracta Furiislied an-l Title Gusranteed te all Lauda in Harnea
sponce to a 'phone dispatch tent the Sod House ranch last week, , ¡Miinted viewers ami J. H. Neal, the
Harney Ci tv.
Couutv.
1 county surveyor, to survey ami
I
him
about
the
serious
illness
of
hie
where
lie
is
in
the
employ
of
the
l’LBLIC LAND SALE.
"W REAL ESTATE **
! father but did ijot arrive in time i'"
French-Glenn Co. suffering from an : view and determine whether or not
l>epartn>«nt of ths Interior: V. S. Land OPe*
Baught
and
Seld
on Commission.
Office ie Bank Bui ding
said
petition
should
V«
granted.
llura.-, trefon. February 7, IM*.
being 24 hours late for the funeral. ; injury to one of bis hands which
holler 1« li«rrl»y giren that lit pursuance of
In
the
matter
of
the
petition
of
—Prineville Review.
threatened blood poison. He im­
Inatrurtlona from the CoMiallUaner of the
«•moral T.anrt Other. umUi authority veUrd in
mediately sought medical aid and N. J. I.e .vis A Co for litpior license.
The Shaniko Leader says ‘‘The
him hy section J«A t H. STAT.. St amended
License granted for three mouths
by tho ace of Con«rSM approved February If. Columbia Southern Railway sur­ the injured mem bar is now getting
I
Hit.'- we Hill free«, d ’.o oSer at public «air eu
along nicely. Ho is stopping with j from February 9, 1902.
veyors
ars
making
good
head
way
llir IMhdayof March, 180-2, next, st thia olHee,
his sister, Mrs. F. D. Barrows and ’
tho following tract of land, towlt: the SVjNW1,, since leaving Shanike.
They are
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W r. 7SISC3. ?rc?riat«r.
Uec. 12. Tp .1. S. IL, .10 K W. M.
husband.
B»a»« tbs
Yw Haw Alwsys Briÿt
Any and all persona elalmlnf adversely Iks making a preliminary survey down
above do.cribad land« are advlsml to flic tholr Wards creek and havo got stakes
Bacon, Ham. and Shoulders arc i Bijsataro /
BEST OK WI5ES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
i -H' iik In this ofllcc on or totora the day above
’f c A«"
down
to 15 and Í6 cents eine« N.
set
some
twelve
miles
from
here.
dealgnated for thee nnmsncemeiit of >_ld «al»,
rr'oÄXA..
I' rwl • Ui ir rlglil« will ba forfaited.
Iht Kind You Han Mw Bought £W*Drinks mixed to suit your taste. Courteous treatment guattuiod
As far as surveyed tho route shows Brown A Sona recsived a 10-borse B m » tho
tico W. Hayes, Keglttor.
Signatar»
h «ad from the Devine ranch.
up in first class shape.”
j.'1-u». Jfcwelt. Kecelyer.
Your patronage Solioj
Poison Cre«>k Notes.
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Miller & Thompson,
E. 0. T. G. CO.
The Capital Saloon
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