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Local and General.
Jorgenson repairs watches and
clocks. Work gunrantr «1.
J. 1*. Gearheart, of Calamity,
a few days in town during
Your money’« worth at Jorgen-
re h ’ s .
W. T Hill is in fium his homo
on Cow Creek
McCall's patterns are carried by
N. Brown A Hons. Orders for
J. II. Neal returned Wednesday McCall's Magazine are taken by
Of prescription« it no child's piny.
It require« OOliscientio 1« euro and
accurate knowledgn of drug« and
their relatioua U> each other. We
take an honest pride in the purity
of onr drug«, ai.d the »kill end ac
curacy with winch wa ootnpo»,«d
them oo your ¿physician's order.
Burns Drug Store
II. w. WKM1OMK X CO.,
What Is Burn« going to du this
F. Crowley, of Lawen, was upon
summer in the way of a fair and
‘Selling at Cost,” see Jorgensen race meeting? Isn’t it about time
to be getting il before the people?
and flodoiM wbatlhis means.
Harry Thompaon who accom
Hour beautiful pictures given panied Thornton Williams a« far
away during April by N. Brown A us Westfall, coturned homo Thurs
Ik was accompanied from
Dr. II. H. Brown tea left Wednes Westfall by Miss Frankie htenger,
day for a trip through the country who was coming in on the Stage.
N. Brown A Sons can make you
Bam Graves was up from the prices on anything you need cheap-
Lawen country a few days during er than any outside concern. Give
us your list of goods needed and we
can convince you that you are not
Win. Clark and spn, of Lawen,
making any money by dealing with
were doing bu«iness in
Fall Ticket Nuinluated — Everything
The Republican County Don ven
lion of Harnev county met in pur
suant to the call of the Counlv-Cen-
tral Committee al the Court hous«
in this place today.
The Convention was called to
order by Chas Newell, Chairman
Republican Cential Committee.
After a few apprcpiiateremarks he
anno'ino'd tic first order of busi
ness a« being the election of a tem
porary chairman, Grant Thompson
being the only nominee he was de
clared the unanimour rfioicc of the
convention. W. Y. King was chosen
for assistant secretary all declined
Motion carried that the chair ap
point all committees, and the com
mitters were appointed as follows:
Credentials, James Crawford,
Dyke Jameson and Ira Btubelfield.
Platform and Resolutions—John
Robinson, Chas Newell and Joseph
Order of Bur.irees—J. L. 8itx,
James Pirie and John Geinbcrliug
Finance—C. A. Ilaincs. Geo. Fry
and F. (). Jackson.
Motion carried that the various
precinct delegations «elect their
precinct officers ar.d committeemen
during noon recess.
Motion carried to reconsider mo
tion instructing the various pro
cinct delegatio is torclect their pre
cinct otlicers arid committeemen.
Adjourned until 1:30.
J. E. Ragon ia in receipt of a let
J. Il Jenkona, the Happy Valiev
ter from his daughter, Mrs. James
sheepmxvi. was in Burns on busi
Cawlfield, who reside« in Roseburg,
in which rhe saVs that her husband
SATUHIHY. Afltll, 12, l®02.
Commissioner R J. Williams is at Nome, Alaska, and that he is
came in this week to be in attend doing well. He is working a claim
A convention *f tho leading ance al court.
from which he gets from 50 to 75
modi*ten of >the country, held in
JutiHS E Mahon, the well known cents a pan.
Chicago lact week. Jccided that bora* aud mule man, spent the
The city council* last week con
that • ity and not Paris, London or we*k in Burn.«
with J. 8. Locke to repair
New York ahould act th* fashion»
for American women.
cauac.tiianppointiiu'nt to tbe »11 per
neded cities, but, enning from Chi
cago, it ought not to cause surprise
after the Company's interests here and teamsters arriving from the
interior report the road to be in fine
few day* tins week.
Don't _a*k for credit if von can
possibly avoid it
If, hove ver. you
John Comb rlinghas been con
find it neeeMarv to aak credit, be fined to his home this weok with
Mrs. Erankie Brenton, who left
cure to meet tke obligation when a severe attack «f lugrippe.
here last Saturday for Boise, with
Bu«in<*a< uj-n of experience
her two children, was arrested at
M L I.ewi» is filling th* posi
Convention called to erdcr by
and intelligence generally look up-
Vale by Deputy Sheriff Emmett
tion of deputy sheriff during the
Chairman Thompson -at 2 o’clock
.0 * the credit svatom a« a br»ed*r
Reed and brought back to this place
abhctice of Bum Moihersbead
and report of committees heard.
of extravagance, th* at>eitor <>f dta-
Thursday She ia charg'd with ab
Report of Committee on Creden
honeaty the ««trangcr of friend*
ducting her children, which are
tials accepted as read:
and the murderer of Lop*«
under the jurisdiction of the Cir
Wc, your Committee on C.eden
aa you- go ami you will escape republican county convention to cuit Court pending the suit (»ought
rials submit the following as dele
many temptations and lend a more
against her by her husband. M. H.
To cash purchasers during April Brenton, for a divorce and the pos gates entitled to seats in this con
N Brown A Sons i-ie giving away session of the children The child vention:
Burns—Joel Sturtevant. J. C.
four .’caudfui picture« with lovely ten have been turr'd over to their
Iv in n<> tin* trying 10 ple-o-e
Welcome, Sr., Frank Jackson, D
everybody in editing a paper. You
Jame/ton, A. E. Bro-.vn, by Chas
may aay all the go-«i thing* that
P. McCornaek, a Salem Newell proxy, Ray Smith, W. Y.
can l>* thought of about some per known stockmen of Lawen, were banker and attorney for Mrs Jennie
King, J R Gould. L F. Wiseman,
ron« and thing* and nothing 1« «aid in Burn« on business Saturday and Divine in the settlement of her
I. Schwartz, John Gemberling.
But let «u It« in “Undav
huehand'» estate, is in Burns this
Lake—Frank Cawlfield, Gerald
County Court convened Wednes week looking after the filing of the
appear that some individual con
Griffin, by Frank Cawlfield proxy,
We quarterly report of th« administra- !
strut» «« a criticism a»<l ull at once day and is still in session
Alva Springer, by C. A. ITaine?,
thaeditor is condemnedand niHlign will give a full summary of the lor. Mr McCornaek is a brother-
ed privately at.d mentally by th* proceeding next week.
in-law of our Congressman. Mal
Saddle Butte—J. L. Sitz, C. T. ;
people who ahould “how better
Dyke Jameso.t fur justice of the colm A Moodv, and in speaking of Miller, G. O. Hendricks by Grant '
judgment. Ami too the editor has
He has made a good officer tbe turning down of that gentle Thompson proxy, Grant Thompson
to grin Hometiim-a al who >v*akne“'
and should «nd will, be re elect'd man. s»nl that "that such is the
Drewsey—John Robertson, W A.
of human nature and po t frail
famines of war ” He speaks verv Robertson. David Miller by W. A.
to the porilion he now holds
mortala and worms of th- duet like
highly of Mr Williamson and Robertson proxy, Al Weatherly
W. N. Jorgensen was suffering
unto bimatflf. — Kx
thinks he should receive the sup
Poison Creek—Ira Stubblefield,
from an attack of rheumatism this
port of his jwotv.
week, but we are gla 1 to say that
An exchange prints the follow
W O. White, the contractor and
at the time of our call Wednesday
ing love letter: *'Mme —Most wor
builder, was around among our
hc was improved.
th v of admiration! After long con
business men this week getting
sideration and much meditation on
“Good Lord, deliver me from my
their opinion of his plans for con
the great reputation you posse»» in friends!” may well be tli • cry of the
Diamond—J. W. Crawford. Hom
structing a city ball.
the nation, I have a^trong inclina candidates whom their political
Winters by J. W. Crawford
ing he presented shows a building
tion to become your relation
On pullers are dragging down into the
about 90 by 45. The walls to be
your approbation of thiad-clara "slough of despond.”
Happy Valley—George Tucker.
built of stone and brick. The lower
tiou I shall mtvke |>rei>arat!oii to
Strode by George Tucker'
"Queen Quality” shoes are a floor is divided into four tections,
remove my situation to a more con
masterpiece of workmanship, and one for council 100m and jail, two
venient station, to profess my ad
for Style are in the lead. Sold only for store rooms and one for an en
miration, and if such obligation is
by N. Brown Jt Sons iu this section gine room. The second floor is a
worthy of observation and can ob
Warm Springs—Julius Chandler.!
of Eastern Oregon.
• ball to be used on all public occa
tain commiseration it will be an
W. D. Parker, by Julius Chandler
A baseball game is scheduled for
aggrandisement beyond all calcu
between the young en The plans are goud and present a
lation of the joy and exultation of
Crane Creek—C. A. Bonnett.
Teu cents admission
Report of Committee on Resolu
will bo charged to pay for the
accepted as read:
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nvccM.iry "weapons of war.”
To the republican party of Har
As this is the beginning of the
Erank Cawlfield came up from
ney county in eonvsntioa assem
q*ni|>aign you may look out for
bled. We your committee on plat
the candidate, says an exchanpo. Narrows the first of the week and
form and resolutions beg leave to
lie will rise earl; in the morning will romuin over today to attend
submit the following report:
for the noxt six or seven weeks ; he the republican county convention
We reaffirm our loyalty to the
gneth forth to greet the honest far
enunciated in the plat
mer with a strenuous grasp of his
Henry Richardson did not at
horny hand, pralseth tho comeli tend the democratic state conven
ness of the good housewife, devour- tion which convened in Portland
policy of expsn- ■
cth tb* little tots with kisses and Thursday. His proxy wss taken
well as in com-;
caresses and puts the honest watch by Attorney Thornton Williams.
the holding ‘
<l<>g 011 the head. And when he
Thos. Wingfield was down from title to certain lands on the present
of all American possersions, and :
depart« the twinkle in his sinister
bis ranch on Emigrant creek this borders of Lako Malheur. These extending to the people of such '
eyo discloses the fact (hat he has
Mr Wingfield says the lands were originally covered by countries an honest and economical
another eye for business. Oh, the
gras« is growing nicely in the hills, the lake, but owing to recession of administration.
candidate! His ways arc indeed
but that be is still feeding a num its waters became classed as swamp
We are opposed te the enactment
ber of poor cattle.
lands, and as such passed to Spring of a law providing for t ue leasing
TO TRADE.—Desirable town er. The case at issue is but one of of the government range in any
Oregonian and lumia, $2J>0
properly consisting of good huuse, many involving practically all the farm whatever, and denounce all1
five lots, barn, woodshed and chick low land surrounding Lake Mal such efforts as being seriously det- |
en house, good well. Good location. heur, which has long been claimed rimental to tbe future settlement, |
To trade for ranch property. En-. by the cattlo companies owning growth and development of out
•Thia «ifa.-itarv la ra every bo« of U>e «rnuln«
large tracts adjoining."
Laxative Bromo-Qnininc Tahiti, ' quire at this office.
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
Everything in («eneral Merchan
That wi as citizens of the great
grazing area of Eastern Oregon dise sold by N. Brown
wish by this to convey to our Rep not as represented can lie returned.
resent Hive in Congres», Hon. M In ordering gO'xls from outside
A. Moody, our recognition and ap bouses you will find - it impoecilile
preciation of the good work-done hv for them to follow this method.
him against the leasing of the pub
Tbe Bosse Statesman states that
lic ranges. That we further wish Mr, and Mrs. Fred Haines, wl.o
to extend to him onr thanks far bad been visiting friends in that
his efforts for the securing of na city for a few davs,started for their
tional aid for the reclamation of home in Burns <>n the Sth.
uur great desert wastes. That the
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instructions of our county central
TO Cl KK A <«LD W ONE UAT
committee to tbe delegates elected
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
by them to the Congressional con
Tablets. Ail druggists refuoi the
vention. to support him for renomi
money if it fails to cure. E. W.
nation was heartily in accord with
Grovole s'gnature ia un each kox.
the wishes of the republican party
in Ilarney county.
That we condem the action of A.
MOO KIWASD MOQ.
W. Gowan as tbe first bolting mem
Tbe readers of this paper will be
ber of a republican organisation in
pleased to learn that there is at
That we are in favor of ajust and least one dreaded disease that s<-i-
economical administration of the encc has been able to cure in all
affairs of uur county.
I its stages and that is Catarrh.
Hall,a Catarrh Cure is the only
' positive cure now known to the
Chairman, John Robertson,
' medical fraternity. Catarrh being
u constitutional disease, requires a
P*eport of Committee on Finance
acting directly upon the blood and
We your committee on finance
mncoiu surfaces of the systenu,
beg leave to submit the following
(hereby destroying the foundation
report. That all candidates before
fof the disease, and giving the pa
this convention shall pay the sum
tient strength by building up the
set opposite the nomination he as
constitution aud aeaiating nature
io doing its work. The propriétés
have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer one Hundred
Dollars for any care that it fails to
cure. Send far list of testimonials.
F. J. Cheney, ifc .Co..
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
C. A. Haines
Hall’s Family Pills are the heat.
F. O. Jackson
Committee on Finance.
Report of Committee on Order of
We your committee on Order of
Business recommend the following:
1. County J udge.
2. County Sheriff.
3 County Clerk.
4 County Treasurer.
5. County Assessor.
G. County Commissioner.
7. County Surveyor.
8. County Coronor.
9. County Central Committee.
10. Precinct Officers.
J. L. Sitz.
The chair appointed C. T. Miller NOTICE OF FINAL SEITLEMEXT.
and W. A. Robertson m tellers.
>'otice is hereby given that the 6n:fa ••
The next order of business being
count of Jenr.ie Devine a» administratrix
the nomination of county otlicers,
of the estate of John N. Devine, deceased,
tbe name of II. C. Lavens was has been tiled in the County Court af
placed before tho convention for Harney County, i-tate of Orecon, and
the nomination of County Judge that the 12th day of May, 1DG2, at tl>e
and was the unanimous choice of houraf 10 o'cl«< k A. M., lisa been duly
appointed bv such Court for tbe hearing
. of objections to such final accouLt an I
'the «cttletnent thereof, at.wtiidi time
23 any person interested in-such estate mav
15 appear and file objections tbcieto in
M. II. Brenton
I w,hing a,,d
Allen was declared tht
J esmik D lvi . ve ,
Continued on Second page.
Administratrix of the Estate.
SPRINGER WINS OUT
IN SUPREME COURT
‘ht remedy ifrst e«rc. » cvM In ve*
Miller & Thompson,
Successors to JR. A. Miller A Co.
W I W:1