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I. A. Shown, of M rtintuin ('¡tv
George Marshall, of Harney,
Tennessee. C. A Johnston, of Pan
in Burn* on business today.
1' lug Day.
Mrs. Alva Springer, of Narrows dora, Tenne««oe, I. F. Shown, as
sessor of Wheeler County and Abe
was visiting in town Monday.
Celebrate in Burns.
Stout, who are visiting with out
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Bedell, of old fri« nd J. W. Shown ut Harney,
Ainmul school elect ion Monday.
Silver Crock, were visitors in Burns accompanied by Unit gentleman
Isiuu; Foster wio> in on business Wednesday.
wore pleasant callers ut this office
Mr, and Mrs. Jack Craddock, of Friday. I. A. Shown and Mr. John
Walter Cross, of Trout Creek, Silves, were visitors in Burns Sun son have been visiting with the
wur in town Sunday.
day und Monday.
former’s brother nt Waldron, Wheel-
Ilaiuemltcr the Band boys grand
Mr. and Mrs. A L. Vanderpool, er county, and accompanied him on
bull the evening of the Fourth.
of Silver (.'reek, were guest» of Mr. a visit to their brother at Harney.
The gentlemen arc "swinging round
Mrs. Jasper Davis, of Harney, I mid Mrs. Simon Lewis Monday.
circle.” on a visit to relative- I
wus visiting in town Wednesday.
Born, nt the residence of J, W in various parts ami to get a peep
Mrs J C Welcome,.»r.. is visit Buchanan in this city, Juno 12,
Of prescriptions is no child's play
ut the country. They express
with her mother on Cow Creek. 1902, to the wife of Win, Gates, a
It requires conscientio is care mid
j themselves us well pleased with
uceuruCo knowledge of drugs and
Packard Shoes for men! Best daughter.
Hurney Valley. Mr. Stout will lo-
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— a . W. Gowan. Chairman, Chas. N.
thei« relations to each other. We shoe for men made. N Brown A-
Queen Quality shoes for women. calc in Burns, uml we understand
Cochrane, Secretary, I Schwartz, II. M. Ilorton.
take an holiest pride in the purity Sons.
Best workmanship, quality unex has accepted a position in the Red
Literary Exercises—L. WoiJen-
on Finance W. E.
of our drugs, ai.d the «kill mid ac
It. T. Hughet was up from Nar celled, style the latest out. N. Front Livery bnrn,
berg, Jr., N. U. Carfienter,
Trisch, Ben Brown, Harry
curacy with which we compound row* u couple of any* during the Brown ,V Sons.
tl.eiu ou your physician's order.
Austin Goodman started his ante jiileut last Saturday that cume Mu«*ic—A. < '. Welcome. J. C. Byrd
Sports—J. J. Donegan, Robert
If you dvsire to trade for, or buy. meat wagon Wednesday. His days near being very serious. While as
Waters, Lett Walton.
Dr. IL S. Brownton.
desirable town property call nt this in Burns will be Wclncsdays arid sisting workmen ut the Catholic Reception—Mayor (’. Cummins,
Saturdays of each week.
church a heavy timber,fulling from
Frank (>. Jackson. Charles
1«. W. WELCOME Ä CO.,
Dr. John W. Geary, A. L.
Grunt Thompson and wife, of
Firework«—I. S. Goer, John Bu lelman. Emmett Reed.
Lawcn, were in town on buziness will occupy Mr». Anna Hayes' res
idence west of the court house as ing struck him on the head inflict
soon as necessary repairs arc com ing a painful scalp wound. z\t first
A, S. Swain and family, of
thl, injury was thought to be ser
ious and Dr. Geary was summoned. '
HAHtKIHY. IUXE II. IU0’.'.
Mr. and Mrs *•' D. Barrows left
T uvm J h y.
; but ufter the wound was dressed, ;
Tuesday morning for their new
William Clark, the I.awen mer home in John Day. C. G. Frv left ' recovering from the stunning blow
< A CO II r
chant. nus in town on business last the same dav with their household ; the Father was able to get around, i
Mrs. McGee and children arrived
Montana Catti«« Tliief Now In
I home from McMinvillc Thursday. '
Frank Jordan returned Thursday
th«* Count)’ «Iati nt \ ale.
Narrowa, were visitors in Burns from n trip to the desert count'}’ where they sjient the past winter,
the latter attending the College at
Vale Gaixelte: Frank Daly, alia» yesterday.
where he went last week to «elect a
place. They come by boat to ——
Mr. and Mrs L B. Springer are government reservoir site for Jerry
Frank Roberta, alias Frank Wil
and from ’here bv pri- ■ 1'1
liams, u notorious charucter. wh" visiting friend» and relatives in i Merritt.
I vate conveyancf via Prineville
is wunlrd in Montana, Wyoming, Barr«n Valley.
Last Mondav two convicts in the
Utah, K'i'l peril ips other phi ■•«,
Martin Wood waa down from hi« Oregon penitentiary murdered
is now in the county jail nursing u Trout (’reek home on business the
three guards and a fellow convict
We art} receiving cew and fresh stock ncsrly every day fre-h
lirst uf the week.
who tried to intercept them, and For <lo<ldess of Liberty Closes
line of Groceries, Ladies' dress goods. Shirt waists, M rappers.
Deputy Frank Toney m d Charles
N. Brown A Sous have a fine are now at liberty.
Gents' Furnishing G< mh 1«. Shoes, Hats, Children^’ apparel, etc.
Therriault, i»n under sheriff of Flat
Give us vour orders. We will till them at bottom giricet.
IL-uJ county, Montana, after a six
The Committee having in charge
«lays chase, captured Duly nt the
the selection of the Goddess of I.ib-
Ua»ca sheep <-amp in IbuiJ Can
Clubbing rat » givtn with any’! coin mencing on the Fourth. Two
and Angel of Peace have de-
yon, Mondsy and arrived here w i'll I p'»p-r or periodical published tn i hundred dollars is offered in purses . 1 . . . 1 ♦ . I - . o « ■ a . ta* z > I . a \ 1 . • / » 4 ZV ZB 1 / . t \ I t
to leave the choice to a popu
for the horse races.
him shortly after noon yesterday. the I nited States.
lar vote, and to this end have ar
Daly has lw«ii in thia county since
R, Hankins, Sr. ofSilvies, came ' The Burns baseball team has ranged a voting contest to decide
February, »topping in the souther i down on business Sunday return-I been compelled to give up their
, the honor. The young lady rc-
part of the county, and the Red ing home Monday.
trip to Canyon City, where they ex i eciving the highest number ut votes .
The bar is supplied with none
Butte country. The Montana of
pected to n.eet the team ut that will tie Goddess of Liberty and the (
Hit the very best brands of
McMullen, the photographer, is
ficials got truck of him a short time
j place on the Fourth.
next highest will be Angel of Peace [
Wines. Liquors and Carbonated
ago, an«i Charles Therriault came
A drove of sixteen thousand 'The vo.inp places will be at Miller
drinks, and the Choicest Cicars.
in pursuit of him
Frank Mogsn returned Inst Sat I sheep passed through Burns this ' A Thompson’s and Geo. W. Waters
The Montana official arrived in
Your patronace solicited.
I week enroute from Heppner to Cal A' Bro’s. The votes will be fire
Vale about two weeks ago, und laid urday from a visit to 1'ortlami ami
ifornia. The drove «as divided cents each, and all voting will close '
Courtztous trcatiiMUt to all.
his case before .Sheriff Lawrence other railroad points.
i into three bands and was in charge June .’JO. An admirer c»f the fair ;
Next to French Hotel.
and Deputy Tonev, and their well i Frank Metschan, the Canyon
: of T. M. Grimshaw. A larger part sex in general has started the con
laid plans for the capture of one ('ity-Burns stage contractor, was in of the sheep were for mutton.
CALDWELL A BYRD.
testants todatcoff with even honors.
«»f the most desperat«* criminal* ha* to«n on business Sunday.
j E. A Stauffer nrrived ’his week
been carried out to the letter.
AttyC W. Parrish and Thon. 1 from Winnemucca and is spending 1 Miss Bertha Williams .
On the morning of the Itli,
left Monday for a short rec a few days in town. When asked Miss Ethel Fagcrs
M< ssrs Toney and Therriault start-
id for the Red Butte country, where
Jami’S Paul, John Hoss ami again take up his residence on Miss Myrtle Jameson
they got truce of their man. who,
for six «lays, led them amerry chase. Jenkins Jenkins, «ere dcing busi-
I not fully made up bis mind as vet. ! Miss Lulu Johnson ... .......... 15 I
Monday, however, they found their ne«a in Burns last Saturday.
■ Miss Maud Norton
man at the Isaacs sheep camp. and.
L. WOI.DENBERG, SR., Proprietor.
Jack ami Elmer Drewett,of Drew- ! Joel Smith, one of the workmen Miss Frankie Shelley. .. ......... 15
quickly, got. the drop on him before I scy, arrived from the railroad Sun- j • on the Catholic church, received a
The services of a brewer of long years experience has 1 ecu -se
Miss Vella Mace...........
he could use his gun. But Daly dav with freight for Bums mer- I , badly aprained ai.kl« last Saturday
Mabel Gowan....... ......... 15 I cured and the product of this Brewery is of the best grade in the
was game, and with two ugly look chants.
> by jumping from the elevator that
Inland Empire. Place a triul order and you willciot. be disap
Miss Frankie Stenger . . ............ 15
ing revolvers staring him in the
| is used to carry material to the top
B. F. Campbell secured the con-! of lho ¡>uUd7„’/. He is able to be
face, attempted to make a break,
when hr was brought to time by tract for doing the ro id work in the _ I ■ around with the use of a cane.
Miss Florence Baker...........
receiving a shot in the left shoulder. Silver Creek road district, his bid
The Bund boys have secured
D.ilv will be taken to Montana
Floral Hall for the Fourth ofjt.lv ; Preparation lor Big Celebration
for trial as soon os a requisition
Jorgensen is still to the front ball. This will be one of the main i
from the governor of Montana can with low prices, Call and sec hie I’ social events of the season. The
A mass meeting was called Wed
be made on Governor Geer.
line of watches, clocks, jewelry. boys know how to conduct such uf-
nesday evening at the court house ;
Messrs, Toney and Therriault stationary, etc.
fairs, and are always sure of a large ' tn bear the report of the soliciting
deserve a great deni uf piaise for
County Judge Jaines Sparrow crowd. First class music. Every-J committee
(.(„lUni,.ee and to appoint other
the successful capture ol a man spent several diva in the Sil,-er
Imdy will l>e there.
i committees to complete the ar-
who has r|ud«-d the idlieersid three Cicek country this week looking
J. S. Locke, of Huntington. and langements for celebratin'’ the
states for years. It bud been pre ufter road work.
L. Uarev, of Omaha, were in I Fourth. About 1525 has been sub I
dicted that Daly could not lie taken
Monday. They are on a ; scribed and will l»c divided as fol-
alive, but when ha saw that any
trip through this sec-, lows: Balloon ascensions(211100:
attempt nt escape meant sudden at Sam Bailey’s, »pent a few days
picked up quite a Baseball games and mino- sports, i
death, he was ns meek as a lamb. this week at the Mahon ranch in
about ISOt) $200, Fireworks, $150; Decoration,
head. The animals will be shipped $50. The celebration will probably
FOR SALE—A new house of to Omaha and placed on the mar- cover three days. July I 5 and (’>
The stockmen of Lower Willow , live rooms, with outbuildings. A
The following committees will have I
i ket at auction.
creek on Wednesday, delivered to! I full block of eight lots. Good water
looking after of details:
The building on the corner south
M. K. Parsons, at Ontario: -«7G bend 1 as there is in town. Enquire at
of Schwartz. A Budelman's occu-
of cattle far shipment The band this office.
I pied by James Smith, the boot and Gowan, 1. Schwartz. H. M. Horton, t,
was composed entirely of yearlings
Harry Smith, the brick and stone shoemaker, has been moved to the ! Chas. N. Cochrane.
Successors to R. A. Miller A Co.
a.sd 2-year olds and the price paid
mason, returned from Silver Creek ' corner ea*<t of its old |K>sition. Ira
Committee on Finance—Harry
was 111» for vsarlings and $2l> for
Wednesday, where he has been do Stubblefield and Jap McKinnon I Thompson, Ben Brown, W. E.
ing some work for W. L. Best and hud charge of the work. The lot I Triseh.
On last Monday the supreme ■ Isaac. Foster.
Reception — Mayor (’. Cummins.
vacated will be used bv George
court handed down a decision re
J. W. (harv, A. L. Hunter.
The latest returns places Cham Frv for his new brick building.
versing the case of state of Oregon i berlain's plurality for governor at
vs, M untie Howard and granting ■ 210. The official returns are nearly ; Mr. and Mrs George Tucker, of F (). Jackson, Chas. Brittingham.
Howard a new trial. The case will I | complete and there will probably ■v i Happy Valley, are visitors in Burns
Fireworks—I. S. Geer. Emmett
I mi tried again at the fall term of be litth change from the above.
Reed. John Budelnian.
the Ersneli Glenn Company’s
court in Baker.
Literary Exercises—I.. Walden-
George Whiting and Andrew 'anches in Happy \ alley and at berg. Jr, N. I’. Carpenter. Gus
Littrell have completed their first Barton Luke. Ilis brother Tom Reni bold.
pole contract with the Electric and wife who have licen with him
Music—A. C. Welcome, J. C
Light Co. and have entered into for some time past returned recent B.vrd, Dr. H. 8. Brownton.
o««»»rT bo« ot »b« a»““»“« a smaller one for the same Cotn- ly to their home in Wallowa coun-
Sports—Robert Waters, James J.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine t »™»«. |
Donegan, Len Walton.
that <’«/«• n <*•!< I m
Local and General.
At BURNS. OREGON. JULY 4lh, 1902
Burns Drug Store
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS
Literary Exercises. Baseball, Balloon Ascension.
Minor Sports. Etc.--All entainment free
New Goods! New Goods!
Lunaberg & Dalton
Harney Valley Brewery
Miller & Thompson,