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About Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1902)
Local and General.
Extra dr,/ |r4rfalKted cane sugar
12 pounds for 41. N. Brown A Kona.
Hupt John Gilchrist waein Burns
Jess Davis come in with the bal
lot botes from Pine creek Wed
Gerald Griffin is up from Nar oesday.
C. R. Petersoa and Wm. Ford
Flour! Flour! 11.50 a sack. N, esme in from Crane Creek Monday
Brown A Sons.
Fred Downing is spending a few
A swell line of ladies dress goods
days in town.
for Kummer just received by N
JoL<i I). Daly, of Dreweey, is in Brown & Sons.
Burns on buaineM
Of prescriptions is no child's play
It requires couecientious care and
a ecu rale knowledge of drugs and
their relalieua to each other We
take «1 huuflet pride hi the purity
of our drugs, and Cha skill and ac-
cutaey with which wo compound
theoa eu your physician's order.
Commissioner R. J. Williams is
from Silver Creek in attendance
W. D Martiu was over from
John Cardwell and wife came in
W. B Johnson was in from Hil-
from Crane Creek Mondav to re
ver Creek Tuesday.
main in town a few <lays. Mr.
W. E. Alberson brought in the Cardwell is in the employ of C. R.
return« from Wild Horse
Frank Stauffer was a visitor a
George and Elvin Marshall of
few days during the week.
Harney, were in Burns on business
Kupt. J. C. Bartlett was in town last Saturday. They have disposed
on business several days thia week. of their rnnehes near Sod House to
the F-G L. H. Co.
John Winlermeier brought in the
H. W. WKMMIMKA to.,
Ed Callow came up with the
election return« from Silvies pre
returns from Pueblo pre
".i n i i
cinct and assisted Dvke Jameson
If you desire to trade for, or buy
and Clerk Richardson yesterday in
desirable town projM rtv call at this
making the official count.
fc'roat last week is reported to
MATURDlY, Jl'NK 7, 1902.
Tlie carpenters are making fair
done alight damage to crops
why <>n John Budel nan'« new rasi-
the river. But they are now
tonal) Court t*r«M>r«-<liuK»
said to be growing nicely with fair
Ladies ailk lies trimmed in lace, prospects of an unusally l»ounteous
In the matter of the petition of Bomething new and dainty at N.
Horner B Mae« to vacate parte ..t ! Brown A Sone.
The children's entertainment
the County Road in thia county.
Airgo Harrison and wife, of Cord, given at Kloral Hall Thursday
The road referred to is the old road
Malheur County, were visitiug in evening was highly enjoyed bv
east of Burns by the Sayers plac*
, Burns ibi» week.
these attending. A large numtier
and across Silvies. and of little
Thus. Anderson caine over from express warm praise for the young
travel there being another road
from Burn« across the river After Harney Tuesday and is spending sters excellent performance
conaide ring the opinion of the Road the week in town.
Marcellus Bonnett, of Crane
Master the Court granted die peti/
Clubbing rates givrn with any Creek, was in Burns this week
I ioh ami ordered th* Road Muster piper or periodical published in looking after a man to assist him
to reumve from the line of road so | the I nited States.
in driving u bunch ef horses to Eu
vacated all lumber and bridge ma !
McMullen, the photographer, is ; gene The horses will be left with
terial belonging to Harney county.
«till to be found at his old stand I a brother at Eugene for sale.
In the matter of (he report of the
N. U. Carpenter, cashier of the
opposite the Bank.
viewers on the Nigger Flat road.
National Bank of this place,
Mr. and Mr«. !.. B. Haves, of
The fvport of the viewer» not ap
arrived thia week. A
I awen, were visiting in Burns n
old institution is
In the matter of the application few days this week.
under way and the uew Bank will
of Che Assessor fur additional help
Jeff Cawlfield, who is working soon be transacting its business.
Il appearing to the court that con for C. R. Peterson at Crane Creek,
Tbos. Turnbull, the Barren Val
siderable work will be necessary in was in Burns Tuesday.
iev «beepman, accompanied bv his
coriectii g plat look and descrip
Orion Kinnersly, representing
tion of land, it was ordered that he Blake, McFall A Co,, of Portland, sister, spent several days in Burns
on business during the week. Mr.
I m > allowed one deputy for three was in Burna this week,
Turnbull has purchased the Bil-
months commencing June 1, l*J02
property in Barren Valley.
at •*•<> [>er month.
I i the matter of raising the grade
R. B. Jackron, bookkeej>er at OO
on the road running East from the ceeded by Jcsee Fergerson.
ranch, brought in the election re
Burns Drug Store
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
BOEBa BIGS PEACE TREATY port ean be provided and means of
Briton mid Boer «top Their
“Third—The burghers so return-
Entire Htate Ticket Elected by
Lour «igbt-Terms of Fem e. ¡ng wj|l DOt be deprived of their
Large Major tie* With the Et«
i personal liberty or property.
rept Ion of Governor
Aitor nearly two years and eight, ..Foartll_Xo proceeding, civil or
The election Monday shows that months of a war in which the; crjn>ioaji will be taken against any
British tried its uttermost to w’I* i burghers surrendered nr returning
Harney County is safely in the Re the Boers fro® the list of nations. for anr McU ¡n conhect5on with (he
publican column. The entire coun the conflict in South Africa has at. proMculion of Uie wtr. The bene-
ty ticket is elected with the excep laat drawn to • doeo By the siga-,
tion of Hughet for Clerk. Returns ing of the treaty of |>eace last Sat certain acts contrary to the usages
from the state show that Chamber- urday. The terms are as follows: j of war, which had been notified bv
lain is elected Governor by a small
“His Exoallency, I^rd Milner; the Cominatider-in-Chief to the
majority, and the Balance of the His Eqcelleney. Mr. Steyn; General Boer Generals, and which shall l>e
ticket republican by about 10.000. Bremner, General C. R. Dewet and tried by court-martial after the e'< as
Williamson's majority will be at Judge Hertzog, acting io behalf of ef hostilities.
least 5,(XX). Rand is elected Joint the Orange Free State, and General
Fifth—The Dutch language will
Senator and Teel Joint Reprcaen- Schalkburgher, Generil Delarey be taught in the public schools of
tative. Below we give the official acting for their respective burgh
Continued on Second page.
ers, desiring to terminate the pres
count of Harney Couuty :
XOTICB FUB PUftLUJATIOK.
ent hostilities, agree to the follow
U. to. Senator:
| U. S, L*s«l Offtee. Beras, Or . May a>, lWi
481 ing terms:
| | Miee ii
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"The burgher forces in the field um»* . «»tti««
sotte* >< hie intentiaa
will forthwith laydown their arm. ' * -*•
la .«eeon «< fci. si»*-..
yraal ( will te
be ate« batsr«
ii ■ ■
* j ate ttet
42G; and band over all their guns, rifles t«r
«»4 K«e«.««r u >vw. or««««
•» an«n«t 1
4M: and ammunition in their posses-, i 2, l»Si. vis
bl sion or under their control, desist, Hd Entry Na Usert
7H. for »ha HW'^XXt., •• S
451 from further resistanos and ac XW‘4 ate VW>4*W%, Bae 1J, Tp ». *. KII
Ma ramaitha fellewtnf wituaasaa la erase
knowledge King Edward VII as hla eontiaueue raeiSaaee uyoa and mUlvatias
4M their lawful sovereign. The man ef tai* land, vis:
Fart banion, Edward Howard. Joaapli Lamb,
42« ner and details of the surrender ate Edser L. Saade, all <>t Uetwtrr. Oreyon
Ww. E ssas . U»-fi.ier.
IS will be arranged between Lord
Kitcheuer and Commandaot-Gen-
Secretary of State:
• . I L r-
BOTICA EOS rVBUCATtoa.
50 eral Botha, assisted bv General I>e-!
i nv c m
V 8. Late «ttea. Bur»«. Or««»» J»»«. -1»*-’
14 larey and Chief Cdmmandant De-> Xollc- u M,r,b, fl„. thal IUa fun.wlu<
saiite «attur Sa« Site »»tie« •/ hi« iateall«»
io wak« So.1 mou ( in ««ppon o< bl« «lata ate
second All burghers outside
^ro<r! wilt t««*a4«iMior« xe«i«»»r
J the limits of the Trausvaal and *“< Mo««iv«r at Buru, Ora«««, sa July
1j Orange River Colony and all pris- ,*-1*1**-
. So ÏW. far th*
. HW ____
20 oners of war at present outside HI
429 South Africa who are burghers, willu.Fr.M
46 on duly declaring their acceptanee u« »•■»!■«««• raaisaae.upuaate««AiM»i>>H
«®4 Ute. Til:
of the [Msition of subjects of His •t Julia
Supt. Public Instruction:
Wrt<h’. *■ W«-C, Km. Fr«4«ri< k«.
a . i»-b«rt«ou.ail<>ti>r«w««r. ori>g»;>.
455 Majesty, be brought back to their »nJ
F», Farro. E*gi»l«r
•¡7| homes as soon as means of traus-
We are receiving new and fresh stock nearly every day—freih
of Groceries, Ladies' dress goods. Shirt waists. Wrappers,
Furnishing Goud«. Shoes, Hats, Childrens' apparel, etc.
your ocderv. We will fill them at bottom «icics*.
Congress. 2nd Diet.:
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Gerdes, hoc .
The bar is supplied with none
Lut (he very best bunds of
, • -
Wines, Liquore and Carbonated
i# • >
and the Choicest Cigars.
New Goods! New Goods!
Lunaberg & Dalton
Your patronage solicited.
On July 1 the salary of the Hunt
Courteous treatment to all
ington postmaster will be reduced Tuesday, and is spending a few County Judge:
Next to French ¿L.tel.
days in town. We are informed
from $1100 to 01000 a year.
Mr. Jackson is aspiring to the dep
CALDWELL A BYRD.
F M Jordan has gone to the
desert country to select and survey I
The Windsor Bar is now located
a government reservoir site.
on the corner north of the post
Al Weatherly and Dr. C. K
office. The openiug in new quarters
Standloe, of Drewsev, spent several
was celebrated Sunday evening bv
days in town during the week.
serving a free lunch with drinks,
Frank Turner and John Jenkins a hich from appearances were en
L. UOLDENBERG, SR., Prt^rietor.
were in from Happy Valley Tues joyed by a large crowd.
The services of a btwwer of long years experience has been -se
day on business before the land of
The work of setting the poles
cured and the product ofciiis Brewery in.of the best grade in the
i and putting up the wire for the
Inland Empire. Place a trial order and you will tuii be disap
Robt Irving and Tom Vickers, of I electric light system progressed
Harney, arrived from the railroad j rapidly during the week. It is
this week with freight for Burns ! thought the work will be complet-
' ed in about two weeks, and the
Jorgensen is still tn the front ' plant ready for business.
with low prices. Call and see his
F. D. Barrows expects to leave
line of watches, cloeks. jewelry, next Tuesday for John Day, where
he has accepted a position
Angevin" <t Co. Corunor:
David Cary, of Crane (’reek, was with R C.
visiting with Lie daughter, Mrs. “Billy” has a host of frieiuls here
Geo. Shelley and family, a couple who regret his departure but ex- Tetal vote cast
I tend best wishes for his future sue- Initiative and Reierendutn,
of days the first of tite week.
No names were printed on
R. T. Hugliet is favorably spoken I COM.
for surveyor and the votes
of for deputy sheriff. Sheriff-elect
were written on by the
Charles to the altar led the love Allen could make no wiser, or more
ly Jane, and to her father's house po|Mj|ar choice, for an assistant.
Sam Miller was elected justice of
pital recently, of blood poisouing.
returned again, where, to convey
H. C. Levens and Frits Mace
peace over Dyke Jameson bv a
them on thejr wedding tour, all will succeed to U m Smith Brothers
of 3, John Farra was
ready stood a brilliant coach and in the butcher business. We under shop in Nampa, Idaho, where the
four; when le! the gathering stand they tako possession July 1. injurv which resulted in his death elected road supervisor.
showers at once descend, clouds and
FOR SALE—A new house of
Oregon ¡an eml I tews, 12.00
warring wind« contend; this moves
Andy Spaudenberg. of Callow
him not, but in he hands his bride, five rooms, with outbuildings. A valley, is spending a few days in
and seats hitneelf enraptured by full block of eight lots. Good water ; town. He informs us that the
Jorgenson repairs watches and i
her side, when thus to cheer the I as there is in town. Enquire at mail
route to Shirk has l>een elocks. Work guaranteed.
lair one he beguu: “1 hope weeouu thia office.
i changed and the oflice at that place
shall have a little sun.” But she
L. Freeman, u brother of Mrs. I. i discontinued. The people in Cat-
Service« at Christian Science
to whom the weather gave no pain, Schwartz, arrived from Portland ; low now get their mail at Andrews Hall, corner east of the Bank, every
who moat about her future state this week and has accepted a posi a distance of 30 inilas.
Suudar at 11a. iu. and 8 p.m.
did think, replied with a rogueieh tion with the liriu cf Schwerte A
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Billingsly, of Service Wednesday evenings at 8.
smile, “I’d rather have a daugh Budel mau.
Cord, wore iu Burns Ibis week mak
i TO TRADE.—Desirable town ing tiual proof on Mrs. Billiugsly's
Ta etas a cold aw «>■■ day
property consisting of goed house, desert claim. We are informed Take Laxative Bromo Quiniuo
Ntep tlw Ceiiffte
lots, barn, woodshed and chick that while here Mr. Billingsly be Tablets. All druggiata refund Che
awd Werk »ff the Cold.
en Incuse, g->od well. Good locatiuu. gan aui I against the P. L. 8. Co , money if it fails to cure. E. W.
fixative Brooao-Quiuine Tablets
To trade for rauch property. En for possession of a tract of land in Grove’s signature is en each box.
cure a cold in one day. No Cure,
Hie Devine oasloa«n at ALraxd.
quire at this olii co.
N j juy. Price 25 cesta.
8w«ek lane. It appearing that the
first half tail« of said lane is too
low and should I m * raised G inches,
the work is awarded to John E.
Johnsen for • 15G.
In the matter of counting ami
destroying sealps. The court find-
ind that ths clerk had received 524
scalps ami paid th«refor 41O4H, or- |
dened the scalps destroyed.
In the matter of the petition of
M Horton for liquar license. The
same granted for a <>eriod «f eix
months commencing June 4.
In the matter of tlie resignation
of John H. Neal as county survey j
In the matter of the petition of
F. N. Averill for a franchise te plant
aim ! maintain Electric Light poles
within ths limits of the county
road. The same granted.
In the matter of the petition of i
J L. Cary eC ale. for changes in thr '
«•ouuty r<»ad. Fetitiou filed for a,
change in the county road on Crane
Creek in this county. Matter re- i
ferred to Road Master.
Harney Valley Brewery