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Greatest Valley of Eastern Oregon
I hü Oldest and Most
The Best Advertising
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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. AUCUST 9. 1902.
91.50 l'rr I ear.
Si* Moniti» 75 Cent*.3
A number of new men hove boon
wagon htive di-appeflred, as have
thj t tvo men. Some advance
adtlcd to the prison force. Th« -«
took the plan«-- of th<- guard«« who
the theory that, one of tlx-m was
were killed ut the tim< of the out
drowned while the other is working
a*c- nd others were either pit To »V muli st rat «■ I'caKbility
,C over in Harney county, where
KraiiM is reported to have been x
on to im:r«.u»« th»- force or t<> re-I
tirent <>\ertami Itailroiid
System from New t <>rk
. month ago, Hatniriood ami Krause
pin i- others who hny<: resign« <1. j
possibly will turn up all right. The
T«*o additional gianls have lieon i
l«ody of the unfortunate may be
placed in the yard« at night, and
■ Snlem, July 31.—It linked out one additional guard is on the wall
that of some one who was drown« d
Hardware of Every Description.
today that when the firing of guns in the d lytimu. Before the out - • Bronzed an«! tanned with the f. . flirttier ur> the river Poosiblv
our next issue wu will be able
in the prison yar«i on th«- recent br«ak the wall was left unguarded:
BF If N S,
suits of .«-even month's travel ami<l
give definite information.
«•s'eip«.'of Convii'l« Tri«:y’ and Mer during tlx time when the prisoners
rill, called two p< uiti'ntiaryofficials w< re locked up at ix«(«n. Now on« the ice and snow of froze n Siberia,
l’»MÌi>^ A m hx
to the wall oi. the morning of th«- guard is kept on the wall till the to demonstrate that a railroad in
outbreak, th« y foiiml two of the
Take n walk through any of th«'
wall guar<is hiding and making no the prison from th« r« ar without via Behring Straits. Harry De rem« teri< s throughout the « ountry
' effort to discover what was going b< ¡ng detected. Th« prison yar«l Wimlt, representing the Daily Ex ami you will believe with us that
on inside the yar«L T«i shirld th«’ has been cl« .«red s«. iar as possible press newspaper, of London Eng fools ure slowly but surely |>:.--ii.g
in« ii from public ( ensure, the whole of n 1 b.ixe«. «/utbuildingx, w««od- land, arrived at the Port’aml Hotel away.
matt»r litia been kept an <«llic.nl pii« H. • tc. that could afford the y' sterday morning, to enjoy a short
F. N KIF.DEK.
ltIGC.H A ItHIGS
With silent trea«i you pass the
M’c'j and T vciih .
Atlori'cjH : secret. Hut. like all goo«l stories, prisoners good biding places during r« st until tonight, when h« leavi s Inst individual that blew into an
for San Francisco, from which city
the fuels have gradually leaked utt«::i.pt< 1 «scujs-s
One of th< !i*< -t iniportaiit
board/t f*a.n for Denver.
out, a little at a time. Prison ot-
Th«- lujilest tombston«* of the
iticiils when ii.ti rviewrai about tbe p'-rmunci.t impro-.i ui« :,t> now |,t.., Colo., where h< will ml ■ t J. J. Frey, hired girl who light«-1 the fii with
erection of a new of the ofiicials of the new Trat«.-- kerosene, and the grass carpete«!
matter today w« rc verv reticeDt, ing ma«le
<t nt« r of theeast Alask.in Baiiway Company, th« niotind that covers the r< u«atns of a
I neurpora'ect. «
hut wouhi not d .ny it.
Tne outbreak bus already result- wall. Material for this po.t was capital stock «if which is stated to buy w ho took a. mule by the taii.
Abstracts Furnished and Title Guirmit<««i to nil Lauds in Itarney
ani A,< 15«>,000,<•()<♦. sa)«» the nregoniaii
< «i in several reforms at the State Laulc-d to t.m grounds today
Tim tall monument of tlm man
Penitentiary, and other changes in th«- structure w, J I «• put up at oik 'C. of the 3rd.
who didn't know it wunloaded over-
Mr. De Wimlt is a typii ui gioì«-
th»* wav of iiuprovemont will be Th« east wall :s the [«lace when- the
,-h.nlowe tin dugout of the man who
r. Heisalsiut l«‘ years «>¡«1. jumps! off th«' ears to eave a ten
<4 VZCz W » likely
t ■* • I^V V to
VZ | ,
mud« in th«- ie’inediate fuliiso.. prisoners would be ■ most
inches tall, ami ««iglis
Through the changes that have al-: attempt break. Th«: two guard j ’* i*'''1
Bought and Sold <>n Commission.
Offic, in Bank Building.
ri'udy been mad«- the prison ha- pislrf at tie end of tlm'. wall are ab«>ut 115 potirnL«. H< ’« Hs ¡1C« .«III
Side by si«lc li«-s tlie remains «
oo.ou' ■ ’! panied in his strange n«.<l eyeutful’ thcetherial creature who always
bc'.n greatly etri’tigllienod and it about 700 f«"-t upurt. \ Th«* millrae«
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would now I h > extremely difficult passiF under the wall nbout the con-i trip by two companions. Visconte kept her corset laced up to th«- fast
for u similar « scape to be made. | ter. ami sealing th«’ wall at that d* Clainchamp Bcllegur«!«’, of l‘an*. hole and the mt'-ilectusl idiot wh,,
The most importniit improvement place is not «lifl.cuit. In fact 1>nf.1 .".nd George Ilurditig, of London,« rode a bii’vcl«- nine miles
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need«d cannot 1» • ib ;.'t««l. howevi r, of tbe guards is in the habit, on r . j Eng land, D:i :lv stated, Mr. De; minute.«.
in «1 s scheme ot a railroad from I
until such tune as the Legislature« turning from’fiebiug <-xp«-i!;lior«s. • i
Buibl j Her • repoae« th’1 voung doctor
to New lock is this:
ph ' jtoghai her .
shall appropriate money for
v.h.i took a «lose of his own mezli-
io order to s< euro tlx easier walk- a railroad irom Irkutsk, Sib, ria.
I.FUSS CH UTI K .Ml. 49, O. I S
ciu«’. ana tbe o'«i fool wh • married
Kuril», Oregon. . One of the first acts or. the part ing on th«' plunk walk at the top of. where the Siberian line - of rails as
M ••■-'.« •.•(•«in I ami fourth tfomlsv <-l
i a young w ife.
r-M.-l. ni.ii.ih in Maton e h ,11, Voogt)*
'Main St —opposite Bank.
• if tho prison management after the wall. When me m w g-mrd-« presently constructed ends, to the
Kight over yomler in the north
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Mr > M .ggt<* Lowns, W M
, the 0'itbriuk war to arm the wiill^bous«’ has been complet' d a guard su’itheru part of East Cape. Asia ; j west corner, whmp tbe gi-iitre
Mr« funic 'nv>tiip.oti, Hre.
mile tunnel under
guar«is with 30 30 Winchesters. will be stationed there and the dan-^conntreet a
RÄ AIHIH'.X '. Gl'.XKT
breezes sigh through the w«-eping
íl’MCXS IODGF. NO 97, A F. <« A M.
While tiier«' ;s some question as to ger of intrusion will be gt - atlv les-‘ the i< ” of Behring Straits, to meet willow that bemis over his 1 iwl”
W t. Marxien.
.’•»hi W Geary.
tii«’ •• «nr.ccting rtii'r« ad to be built
M»* I« ^Atnr'iav on or iwfon* full moon.
the efficiency of the riot guns in the. sened.
bed, lies the fellow that told his
í’l'jti iiitir <» Su-a nm.
<¿itlifi «l hrotliHr'« iulern.illy inMtO’i,
Cape iTince of Wab s, Alaska.
uid fthegu irdi at the tiin of
ngthi ning of the wall its If
< I K» nvon, \V M.
mother-in-law -lie lied.
Burns, Oregon. the outt-r.ak. it is known that' >s the improvement re eled most of Wh'-n that is «¡one, Paris uad New
Down t'm-re in th«- potter’s
frtro.r. ■• •it rvHÍdvi»r< . ’Fhdiií» ? ).
linked together by
■ Guard Jav MeGornick, u a «’rack :‘1L As this will entail cotiFidera- York will
his feet sticking out to rmle
tKTKNS I.OlHiE, NO. '«J, A O. F. W
fail« «1 to hit Merrill, though ble eXfx'n-“.’ it can not be under .-tei’l rails. The main rensen urg« d blasts of the win«.« •:• and the blister
M« «*fb nt Brot* n itili pv-rv Frtdav rvo-
Vi-itine hrolher« frxt»*rmillv in- gl .(.» A 1 ! l.H.
he hu I everything in his own favor ■ taken until author:; «-<1 lie legisla- tor th«- pr-. j ect is rut beea'.ise tlm ing rays of th*’ summer’s .-un,
W M. <ìi4*. X
except the weapon. The guards tivc appropriation. The-wall should« promoters tope to r«nlize large str< tchcd a«! the «‘artlily remaiix«
J. W iHffV**
< '« m itrun**, Rvct»r<!<T
are quite agreed that their old guns be h gh«T ar.d the i-.ittr« s.-c- shauhl; «iiviilends from th«.- inilux ••: t"iir- ,««f
of the misgn:*l«*<l
Tim weapons' i <• r n.- ved. ti« tb it climbing the ists eager to travel thrmmh frozen tried to w hip toe «.’ditor. while th«-
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M-•••t.w «»\ »»rt S ttui'H tv eveiling’. It <iwn’h
itoinphiined of have h< < n discarded wall from th- «iijtsidc would not b«' Siberia t«> th«- jumping oil place at broken bones of the man who
Viuiti'iii hrollb'rH (r.iterniHv in I
and th«’ best rnl«:s procured to re pi’-.-i'il«- without the aid of a ladder. the end «>1 Asia, but they argue wouldn't pay for his paper are
Franko .Jiickion, N G.
<’. < • Sini h, ScrietAiy
place them. The night guards are 11 is exoecti-d that the annual re that such a railroad is absolutely piled up in the corner of tbe form«-.
b« ing arme I w ith shotguns ion led ’ port • «♦' the Superintendent ■) the. necessary to take care of tlm.com-
Near by. bis grave unmarked. n
rr* E CUU’I.FXt> h;->. WOMEN <>|’ V^il.Ll A Mr» / F!TZ(IL«: a I.!>
■ w th buckshot, it being believed by. I’cnitenli.iry wil*^ contain some merci* anti undiscoveied natural poses the mouldering «lust of the
W<. » L r it*. Meet* 2n l un I 4th Tn»»««
<J m \ *t
- h ill. Mr*. Tilh • î«»r»i iti. Thornton n’Hlinnix,
the prison offiijiuls that accurate definite re<oininend.itions upon thi* riches of tin: northern portion of printer who starved to death trying
Mr*, loiiv Wnitin^!
Guardi. hi .
and other kindred matt’rs which Siberia. A railroad branching
Attorney■*: tau ,
'■ •iiooiing in the «lark i“ impraetica-'
have been brought to notice by the' iOniilW!U,I frent Cai"- Prince of: . t > run a first-class paper ,n u fourth
¡.•ii , .V, ;•« i'il anA Rud Ef'iitc
ide with a rille firing a single bul rec« r«; < -ii! rc.-ik.
Wales, it is pointed out, IS ll«.'l'»'$-
< htinli A ntioiinrriueiit *.
fiver by the cntranc«.’ reposes th*
When you wake up with n bad sary to ac’ as u f« • 1« r and distrib
The general puhlie will doubtless
who wont swimming t si ••:ulr
Sunday School at Harney tlm .ÍÍT- Office .n «>!<! Ma-oiiie building
taste in your month, go at «mce to utor fortbe wbuiing tra«l< and Alas
!><• surpriosl t«> learn that rille prac-,
season, and the old lady wh,-.
fust Sumiav <«f each month nt 10 !
lice ha«! not been re<pi:rt«l of the H M. Horton. Burns, or Fred ka's growing reijuirenients.
o'clock, A. ,M. • >n the second,
linin’ s, Hurney. an«l get a tree
prison guards f. r a long time pre
third and fouith Sundaes of euch p M Jol.UAN.
sr.inph of Chamberlain's Slomach Unknown Bo<l\ Found in tlm
vious to the outbreak. One or two
tim path direct’*
m rntli at 3 o'clock 1' M
ami Liver Tablets. One ¿r twe
.I' tic i'. Land Stirreynr.
gturds were in the habit of pm'-
ill«’ >«•.’'. ii’CN <*\ <-rv
si.- •und Sunday I
doses will rtuike you weil. They Vale Gazette.
intervals, hut they
I', bi ti«*. <>rcK«»n, ticing at long
at ,x I'. M.
al.-o cur«’ biliotist.es>. sick headache
Last Saturday Dr. lloopl«’ was ki’ler. who rimed himself in.ith-
were the men whe» m«de 1 the prac
At the Pr-sby teriiin chinch
; summoned to Owvhee to hold an utul o'lt with anticeptie s'-lntion.
1 tice the least.
A few years ago
Buriis, lb-v. A. J. Irwin pastor.
in«iu<‘st over the dead body ot a until his r.gonies were cut short bv
there was a target in the field in
Divine services the third and fourth
.V«•*«.’,>’y Puhlir and Conveyancrr,
front of the prison, and the guards desirable town property call at this man found just below tlm month of acute softening of the brain.
S uih L i vs of each month at 11 a. in.
Drv creek in the Owvhee river.« The fool-kiiler gath« rs them ii.
M .rUajrex, Doo«U. Etc., correctly made
hu«l regular dut«H for trying th« ir. office.
and 7.30 p. m. Sabbath school ut
or fifty miles
distant from| one bv one. an«i bv and by we will
skill and neemning familiar with V« ry Remarkable Cure of 1'inrrhoea.
10 a. in. every Sabbath morning. i
But the target has not
“About six years ago for th«' first Vale. A preliminary « xaminulior, have a pretty de«n*nt v . rid to li,<
I’renching services at the Baptist H. VOLP, A. M . M. D. been in position for some time.
time tn mv life I had n sudden nn.i was maac by Dr. Hoople(coroncr) : in.
church every Island 2nd Sundays,
ere attack of diarrhoea,” says and P. E Phelps, but the iK«Jy Is -
few weeks ago a new target was ¥v
Physician and Surgeon.
morning rind evening, Sunday
Oregonian and Items,
erect! «! near the brickyard, south MIS Alice Miller,of Morgan,Texas. ing s<i lux’ly «Iicomp -«’ 1 tney faile«)
te boo! every «Sunday at 10 a. n>.
>lHc«' nt residence.
«of tlm Penitentiary, ami now th«; “I got t« mporarv reli< f, but it «?a:ne
prayer meeting every Thursday Burns,
Oregon guards shoot at the target once a, back again and again, mid for six ideutili ‘.itinii. The remains were
How's 1 Ins?
■ week, under the direction x^f Second lang years 1 have suffered mor«’
W«' offer One Hundred Dollar*,
□ UY THE
Warden Willey. One or twoguards misery and agony than 1 can i 'll pending a further examination,! Rcwurd lor any ease ->f ('atmrk.
Services at Christian Sciene«'
Il ill, corner cast of the Bank, every
have become so proficient that they I. was worse than death. Mv hus which will follow m a day or two. that caniwt b«’ cured by Hull's
Sunday at II a. in. and K p. in.
can place five or six bullets in the band sp 'nt hundr’ ds of «iollars tor Dr. Hoople is of th«' opinion that i 'atarrL •Cur« .
Service Wednesday evenings at S.
buloeye iu quick succession atoOO physicians' prescriptions a nl treat the body ha.- b< u lying in th«- riv
F. J Clmnfcv. 0 <’o. Tol«''lo. (>
Everybody is invited to attend
, yards. Tt is whispered around that ment. without avail. Finally we er six or seven mouths.
We. the undersign« <1. have known
t hes<< services.
Some are of the opinion that the F.-I. t'heuey for tbe last 15 y«-ar-
’«uie guard failed to hit the target.”.! moved to Bosque countv. our pr< s-
might be that of Alois B. and believe him perfectly bonorw
ent home, ami ono «lav 1 happened
I);» not bo tleo'lved I v tlies«> who nd-
\i ¡’Ils., it i-;«).ii<> ,<ewi.ig .Machin«' for about three het tq mre.
His term to si c an odvertioetnent of Cham- Krause or that of Hammond. n!e in all busiius« transuctiousand
r.isi, Tlii < kind of ii mudline cuu I
1 of service is liketv not to be long at berlain's Colic, Cholera ami Diar Kraus«- owns a homestead ut Drv, financially able to carry out nnr
he bonp ht from us or nn v of our
u< :iL-r.-> fron».;T>.’.Mto slS.OO.
rhoea llenmdy with a testimonial ami Hummoml i- mentioned as b<- obligations ma«le bv his firm.
WC M*KC » VARIETY,
It shouhl be said in connection of a man had been cure 1 by it f|u. ing his partner. Mystery ami sus-
West ,v Truax, Whmesalc Drug
THE MEW H015E iS THE BEST. I with this subject that the ulnndon- ,.asc was so similar to my own that pb’ion seems to h” the «»nlv ground gists. Tole«2o, Ohio.
Th«' F- <sl det-rmimsi th«' strength or I
I conclude«! to trv the remedy, on which tn work.
\V aiding. Kitinan A Marvin,
wi akm i of bo wing Mu«'iim>.
Th. I ment of regular target practice a
T rade M arko
At the camping place of Kraus«: Wholesale Druggists, l - ’.edo, O.
l>i»itbh- l'c«’<l c.'mbin<«l wlUi otter lew years ago was doubtless due to ’¡’he result was wonderful. 1 could
strong points null;« - I a« N, w Hum«*
^tivotVJ M'nifltH nwhetcb nod dM^nph'in nmy
the cutting down of appropriations hardly realize that I wis well again, his coat and vest ami two saddles. Hall’s Catarrh C ure is taken in
tbe ixst .Mewing Mto’liine to buy.
•ert m >’ i our o|»int«'B frew wbetb« i h >
I ivo!»tV»ii k probMHy vnUMitahle. f'omnmni« >
and the emise (lien', nwossity for (>r twlitve it could lx-so after hav ami some brdding was found: His ternailv, acting directly upm the
tl.mN «irttIf*n<ib<»o|f mi iMtvi.tjf
««•»’t nr««. Ohltfst ngrnrr t r tw»nirt>w i alvDfK.
Mirfaccs of th-
rigid ecomuny in expenditures.! ¡n.r guffere«! sb long, but that one vest « eontuined two silver ‘1°’^ lllo4J<J and
i’ll* nfa tain i f!tr< tie»* Munn .1 (.«». r<’ atvo
*;> • fit
with«»ut charge, lu th«
wu miuiuftuiUirou nd prices h ; no purchasing
I'he prison tminugenmn! «lid not l^utle of medicine, costing hut a few and t check book. Krause owns system. Testimonials sent tree.
... —a number Price 75c p T holt!«:. Folti by ali
THC HSW HOME SC'.'/HIJ MACHINE Cl’. feel able to supply the ammunition cents, cured me.” For sale by H. M., considerable
A !i tn<iR»Miir!y Hhif’fr>»t®«1 wi-cklv. T arirnrt Hr-
and the guards did not think they! Hortmi, Burns Fred Ilaim?«. Hir-,
hogs, and other propertv incident
■ '•i»tfl«Fi «if miy Ni*i<>!itlll«' liHifTiul.
. «r; i«nu* TfiontbH, St. Fold by nil d «* m Nih,<»li,i b .
2tt«nl.»nl'.i. N. Y.,«’lih ••■., 1’1., Atbatv, «.■;.. «
to ranch Hfc.
A *i»ti of li'r«“- itm!
ar* ,'ue «•*•«.
MUNN £ Co.nfi’,’rn"''"* New York Ht. I..xiI < Mo., 1 •..!!,« , •...Hm Fr«n«'| «.<- ,• -l:ou'’l pr.reh.vv it •hcms' l’.’es.
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