Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, September 06, 1902, Image 3

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    Local and General.
John Carey la in from Crane
Creek today.
Junie* Mahon was a visitor sever­
al days during the wook.
1 he Burns public school
commence September 15.
will
Joo Rector was in fiom his homo
I
nt Crow Camp Wednesday.
J. C. Freeman, of Warm Springs,
eatno in on busine«s Monday,
Proper Compounding
1 he Brown place above town
yielded 1760 bushels of grain.
We have given Ladies’ Dr< m
Marcellus Boonetl of Crane Cre« k
goiMls and trimmings our sj>ecial
is in town today.
David Carey, of Crane Creek, was attention for a utimberof years and
we believe that we can conscien­
a Burns visitor Tuesday.
tiously say that we have a Leiter ■
A. Venator was in from his home assortment in this linn than any
on Crane Creek several days this other house in Harney f.'ounty. W<*
week.
have taken the greatest care in se­
Joe Smith completed the founda­ lecting eubslaritinl. up-to-date pat­
tion for Perry Williams’ new house terns. La<li«*s it will pay yon to
:seu us before you purchase your
lust Saturday.
Full dresses.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Lunaberg A Daiton. j
Stauffer in Winnemucca, Nevada,
I
Receiver Chas. Newel! and fami­
ly returned Bunday from u, visit
with relatives in Wallowa county.
His daughter, Mrs. Hull and two
i
children, remained with her cousin
Mrs. W. L. Wilton, near Baker
City, where she will visit tho fami­
ly for three weeks, when she will
h« accompanied on her return by
Mr and Mrs. Wilson, and D. R.
Cochrane, father of ye editor, who
comes on a visit tp this scutioii.
August 31, u daughter.
HARNEY COUNTY FAIR
BURNS.
OREGON
September 22 to 27, inclusive.
$2,000 Given Away
W C Cecil and family, of Crane
Of prescription« is no child's play,
Crock, slopped over in Burna last
IX 1’1 USES AX1> EREMU MX. ALSO A LARGE NVMBEH
Gus Reinhold returned Tuesday
it requires conscientiojs care and
week enroute to the Willamette
or SPECIAL PliEMtl MS.
necuratc knowledge of drugs and from unouting in Hour Valley.
Vallev on a visit.
their relation« to eaeb other. We
Thos. Jenkins, tho sheepman,
Bec’y I. H. Holland, of tho P L.
take an honest pride in the purity was in Burns on business Tuesday.
8.
Co., returned Thursday from a
of our drugs, ai.d the skill and ac­
Brick masons will commence vi«it to the Company’s ranches in
curacy with whieb we compound
work on Fry’s new building Mon­ Malheur and Ilarney counties.
them uo your physician’s order.
day.
W. 8. sliiach, representing u pub­
Full control and management is vested in the following Board of
T H.Curl, of Drewwy, was in lishing house of Spokane, is spend­
Directors:
Dalton Bigge, president; James F. Mahon. Isaac Foster.
town on business tho first of the ing a few days in Burns looking up
H. W WE1AX1MK & CO.,
Frank
Turner
returned
Monday
J.
M.
Dalton,
I S. Geer, A. M. Byrd, A. E. Brown, Dr. AV. L.
week.
the early history of Harney county. fiom Iridian Crack, where he went
Proprietor*.
Marsden, Harry Smith. Al Weatherly, J. P. Withers, Geo. A.
I
If you desire to trade for, or buy
Smyth, Sr., C. T. Miller, Isaac Schwartz, Simon Lewis. Secretary
If you wish to bid on any of the last week to secure his household
desirable town properly call al this
Frank sayo the mining
Chas. N. Coehranr.
concessions on tho Fair grounds effects.
office.
this Fall, submit your seal proposal excitement in th©Stein» Mountain
Clubbing rat s giv«u with any to the President, Dalton Biggs, dur- i*growing more intense and nearly
MATURI» tY. 8K1TEMBKU 0. iWW.
paper or periodical published in ; ing the coming week.
the whole mountain has been taken .
•
th© United Slates.
up The Nevada Company has
The beautiful $25 chiffonier on
Foiitou Crrrk Nut«*«.
J T. W are, fnrmerally of Nar­ exhibition at Lunaberg <fc Dalto i ’ s taken up 80 acres for a mill site and |
rows, but now located near Council. will be given away the last day of have purchased 80 acres nt the,
For sale 8 bead of yearling steers
mouth of the Gorge for a townsit«.-.
Idaho, is in Burris today.
, the Fair. If yon haven’t the par-
and haiflcr*. Apply to W. II Culp.
Considerable work is being done
Rad IIowHer and Frank Buck ' ticulars, get them ut once.
on the numerous claims and a
Horn, to Mr and Mrs A W.Culp
land, of Hartley, spent »oyeral days
E
E. Purrington arrived intown quantity of rich free milling ore is
a lt»lb son August Slat. 1902.
in town during the week
Saturday from Pendleton. Mr Pur­ being taken out.
Mother ia doing well
J II McMullen, the photogra­ rington was enroute to Burns where
Harry Thompson returned Sun­
Bert Bowers started for Hunting­
pher, has moved his tent to the ; he will engage in business and re-
day
from a few days visit in Drew-
ton Monday aft«*r merchandis«' for lot south of the Bank.
I main |»ermanenily.—Canyon City
The Southern Oregon State Normal School opens Wednesday.
8oy. Ilia family who had been
Schwarts it Budeltuati.
Eagle.
September
10th. Full faculty ; improve«! builduig; • xhaustive
O. J. Darst came oyer from his
visiting there the past two weeks
The principal occupation of 1’oi
course of stud? ; •■a'-li department filled by a specialist. Latin
Dr. John W. Geary and Mies accompanied him on hie return.
ranch on Pine creek Tuesday to
son Creek and adjoining neighbor­ spend a few davs in town.
; Pho«*be Kelley were united in niar- From parties passing through Drew-
and economics added tor the laxiefit of those preparing to t^a-i
hood ia gathering incattle.
in High Schools, but are optional. $200 in cash prizes foccxccl-
. riagc at the h one of the brides' sey, Harry says the reports from
Ilarncv County’s annual teachers
Icuce in oratory and athletic#. Expenses light; social conditio is
L B Culp ia now encaged in institute will b© neid in Burns. . parents, Capt. and Mrs. Harrison the Steins Mountain are very in-
ideal Send for catalogue.
B. F. MULKEY". Preskkot.
I Kelley, in this citv Wednesday rouraging fur a lively mining camp.
gathering in Johnnie Jones cattle September 15, 16 und 17th
evening,
September
3,
1902.
CLIFFORD
THOMAS. Secretary.
which he contracted to feed the
Ho say* parties arc Backing there
Drop
into
Lunaberg
A
Dsltun
’
s
corning winter.
from ail parts of lduhc and from
and see the beautiful chiffonier the I W. E. Huston has opened a store
Byron Hamilton has a new fieri firm will give «way Sept 27.
in the old Durkbeimer building the district urcund Baker City. As :
While he will handle a small line be was returning home he run a-
class thresher, it has the capacity
John Robinson and “Si" Ankeny of general merchandise. he will give cross a number of Bocks of quail
of turning out 1800 racks of gran,
left Monday morning for a fishing -pecia) attention to the grain and i which seem to be getting quite
per day So ue hear
and hunting trip in the vicinity ot produce line and carrv on« general ' numerous in the Drewsev section.
We are now receiving our Fall and Winter goods ««»mnstMig of
i
James Kennedy is doing road I Emigrant.
all
kinds of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, <fcc Are.
The supposition is that they are
commission business.
work for Survevor Johnson on the
Our
stock of Ladies’ Drew Goods. Outing Flannels. Ladies and
drifting up from Malheur county,
Geo Hill came in from the Jenk­
Phil Rruner lane not far south of
WAGONS!
WAGONS!
Children Underwear and Shoes are unexcelled. We invite j on to
though there has been quite a num­
ins place <>n Indian Creek Tuesday
liirnex City.
His job w. bear
Wo will sell you a Mitchell! i ber up Silvios for several years.
visit our store; inspect stock and obtain prices. Wcqnaryntee sat­
und remained u few days taking in
«rill con linue until icxt Christinas
Rushford or Winona Farm Bed
isfaction in every particular.
the eights
Wagou;
Tex Martin has moved from his
A Remarkable Record.
Chas Crawford and Arthur Poole,
3} Steel Sk«in $85.00
Chiimbeilain's Cough Remedy j
auiumrr home on Poison Creek to of Harney, arrived from Hunting
90 00
M
r
hns a remarkable record. It has ■
his own home on what is tailed ton, Tuesday, with freight for Burns
105
00
been in us© for over thirty years, I
Kollenbaugh SloUgh. 'lex says merchants.
Semi your orders to us, O. C. Co. during which time many million j
his potato crop ia cut short by
Jorgensen is still to the front
l>attles have been sold and used. It:
frost.
with low prices Cali and see his [ E B. Reed and family returned
has
long been the standard and
It ia reported that Frod Donated lino of watches, clocks, jewelry.! Tuesday from a visit with friends
MGSMGtTK. OREGON.
main
reliante in the treatment of
ia going to operate Peter Clemens’ stationary, etc.
i near Baker City. Homer and Nolie.
Gra>iuatea
of the School urn in couMant
. , u
*
< Reed ami Jav Gould, who were also croup in thousands of homie, vet
thresher this season. If this be true
dixiiaud
at
aaUriu*
ranging from HhtXi tw
Joel Smith ba* been engaged the • r
,
...
.
.
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of the party, left the team 20 miles during all this time no case has
1100 00 per tuanth-XiSttMents take th*
there will bo three machines en­ greater part ot ....
the week in quarry-
* /
...
etnte examination« duiin^ iceir eotir»«
,
,
...
, ,u ’ this side of Baker and made the re- ever been reported to th<* manufact­
gaged in grinding out the cereals of ing rock . for
the foundation for the
....
,
urers
in
which
it
failed
to
effect
fi
in
the school and are prepared to rccei' »
, .
’ maindcr of the trip on their bicycles
Harney vallev.
newt bank buildinr.
i
. .
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State Certificates on graduation.
cure
W
hen
given
as
soon
ns
the
.
arriving Monday noon.
Expenses range from 1120.00 to AUu.Cd
Outside cattle buyers are offering
The beautiful chiffonier at Luna ,
child becomes hoarse or even as i
per year.
for cowa with their calves $30 per berg A Dalton’s will be given away | A young man by the name of Joe soon as the croupy cough appears,
Strong Normal; coarse and well equip­
head, thia price we understand to Sept 27. Step in and h am Low Williams who hails originally from it will prevent the attack. It is
ped Training Department.
be the highest figures paid, but you may become its possessor.
J the John Day country, was taken pleasant to take, many children
Thejall term opens Sept. 16.
For catalogue containing full informa­
some parties refuse to accept this
t Ira v
.
-rr>
*
r>
i.
before
Recorder
Woldenberg
Tues-
like
it.
It
contains
no
opium
or
v enator, of Crane Creek, stop-1
7
•
tion,
address
E. D. KESSLER,
very low price deviating that they
sneed to 25 days iu other harmful substance and may
f
, dav and sentenced
ped over in town a few hours this
,
...
, ,
or
J
B.
V.^atlar,*See*v
Pre£i<lent.
have been offered nearly one half of
drunk and disorderly. be given as confidently to a baby
| morniiig.
He is with an < outfit
____ j*** ^or
$30 for their calves.
I He was given his liberty Thursday as to au adult. For sale by H. M.
riding in this section fnr eatllc.
: morning on promising to leave Horten, Burns; Fred Elaines, Har­
Jack Rabbits have taken every
•«’red Fisk has purchased the tow 11.
ney.
thing that ia green and are now Burchtorf property north of the
working on the grain in the slack,
executive
At
a
meeting
of
the
i Catholic church and is fitting it up
’ S tate or O hio .C ity or T oledo I
and we are reliably informed that
1 preparatory to begin housekeeping committee of the Fair association
LOSCAS CotINTY.
>
in the district known ns the rye
: this morning tho following com-
’ Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
Chas. Parrish, Jr. returned to
grass Hal they have stripped all
' mittre of ladies was selected to look
he is senior partner of the firm of
Burns yesterday. He expects to
kinds of vegetation of their foliage
after the ladies’ exhibit at the Fair
F. J. Chehry <fc C<»., doing business
cotne back in a few days and make
except sage-brush, and are now de­
; this Fall. They are Mrs. II. E.
in the City of Toledo. County’ and
arrangements to move to Burns.—
vouring the roots of same and if
Thompson, Mrs. Thornton \Villiuma
State aforesaid, and that said firm
G. C. News.
they continue their depredations as
Mrs. W. E. Trisch, Mrs. J. M. Dal­
will pay the sum of One Hundred
For a bilious attcck take Cham­ ton and M tb . Peter Clemens.
vigorously upon the foundation ot
?
Dollars for each and everv ease of
these grasses as they did on their berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab­
News was received in Burns yea- Catarrh that cannot be <ured by
foliage the damage will be vastly lets and a quick cure is certain.
terday of the daring bold-up und the use of Hair# Catarrh Cure.
For
sale
by
II.
M.
Horton,
Burns;
more serious. On account of these
Frank J. Cbencv
ri
i robbery of the Prairie City bank
■•»la
pests the usual September and a Fred Haines, Harney.
Sworn
to
before
me
and
subscrib
­
by
iivo
masked
men,
Thursday
Mose Levy returned Tuesday
a
part of October feed in these locali­
I
evening about half |iaet 8 o’clock. ed in my presence, this 6th day o
ties baa bean cut so short that the I from the Mahon ranch in Anderson
t »
It is supposed tho G ant County December, A. D. 1886.
$
steak ia forced to seek other lottili- valley where ho has been tor several
A.
W.
Gieasou,
officers
have
a
good
ciao
to
the
per
­
months, and has been employed as
tios for sustenance.
Notary Public.
petrators as no news bus becu re­
Successore to li. A. Miller «t Co.
Clerk in the Burns Hotel.
ceived by the Sheriff here to look
R
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in­
Mr. D. P. Daugherty, well known
Stomach Trouble.
I out for the robl«ers.
ternally. and acts directly on the
MI have Ixen troubled with tn y throughout Mercer and Summer
3
»•
We
understand
that
the
City
blood and mucous surfaces of the
stomach for the post four years,1 countios, W. V»., most likoly owes
lì
save D. L. Beach, of Clover Nook hi« life to the kindness of a neigh­ council has entered into a contract system. Send for testimonials, free-
p
with
the
electric
light
company
I*'. J. Cheney Jc Co., Toledo, O.
Farm, Greenfield, Mass. "A few bor. He waa almost hopelessly af­
t *
Sold by all Druggist, 70c.
«lays ago I was induced to buy u flicted with diarrhoua ; was attend­ whereby the later is to furnish four
boi of Chamberlain’s Stomach and ed bv two physicians who gave nim street lights for a consideration of Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
Liver Tablets. I have taken part little, if any, rc.icf, when a ucigh- $25 por month. Considerable op- ;
Stop th«* Cough
ofthetn and feel a great deal bolter." lx«r learning of his serious condi­ i position to the action is manifest
uu<l Work oQ the Culti.
and.
we
yery
niuuti
doubt
the
wis
­
tion,
brought
him
a
bottle
of
Cliutn-
If you have any trouble with your
stomach try a box of these Tablot» berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar­ dom of the council’s atep. How­ Laxative Broaio-Quinine Tablets
You aro cortain to be pleased with rhoea Remedy, which cured him in ever not being fully informed as to cure a cold in one day. No Core.
tho result. Price 25 cents. For less than twenty-four hours, For the details of tho proposed under­ N- j j*y. Price 25 cents.
nah by II. M. Horton, Burus; Fred sale by H. M. Horton, Burns; Erod taking, wo withhold further com-
Oregon iau and Items, $2.00
wont.
Haines, Harney.
Haines, Harney.
I
Burns Drug Store
Liberal premiums on grain, cereals, fruits.live­
stock and numerous other exhibits.
Large Pavilion. Ample stable room.
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
For further information write
DALTON BIGGS. President,
Or Chas. N. Cochrane. Sec y.
Fall and Winter Goods
Lunaberg & Dalton
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
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Miller & Thompson,
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liKt
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