Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, September 13, 1902, Image 3

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Local and General.
Frank Gowan while enroute
fi'eason tickets tp the Fair are
for sale at. If. W. Welcome & Co. home Sunday from a trip to McKiu-
1 noy’s »awmil!, become lo«t in the
Packard Himes.— N. Brown A and 11. M. Horton’« drug store».
mountains, and failing tn put in an
Fon«.
Queen Quality.—N. Brown A- upli'-arance by night fall caused I
Alva Hpringer wn- tip from Nar­
his parc'iits ronahlcrableunesaineMi
Sons.
rows ye»t(-idiiv.
until f»»un«l by a Fear, h party Mon­
Henry Hamilton is «pending a
The Great Hewett la billed for
day morning at the Ch 111« ns ranch
few dave in town.
Burn« Hept. 1!».
on pojron <'r««k
H<* l.n«l start««!
J.H. Loumun wuttovsr from Har­ home from tLo mill it) company.
W. J. King, of Lam n, was
ney yesterday.
I with C E. K'ny ( n at <1 famil’, hm
town on business Tuesday,
Wm. and Geo. Gate« are in from ' becoming tired of riding thought
The finest lines of Mens Hliocs
their homes east of Harney today hi would take a hunt around the'
ure carried by N Brown iC Hons.
mountain and come up with th««
E, C. Sheldon, of St. Paul, Ne­
John W Biçgs mudo a biisiuesa
pnrtv at a point on the r«i«d near
braska. Is in Burns on u visit to his
trip to Canyon City the first of the
But be missed his direction
I town.
son, Ralph.
Of prescription« is no child's play
I and fiiiind him«eif down on Trout
week.
It rc'|uire« conscientio 1« cure and
1 re«l Mosier, an Ivo stoc..rnun. j Creek. He retraced bis steps but
Contractor Smith commenced
iiiMturuti knowledge of drugs und ««konti.
no. tank I»u'l4l"«ld.7,,','l“.'‘»jlk"'
i«””1«1
«“ w‘
their relations to each other. We
ally after coi< ring about 35 mil« »
take '«ii honest pride in the purity Turhday.
N«w dried fruits just received. ! mid being emt nearly ad night found
of our drugs, and th« skill mid no-
C. W McCiain and wife returned !
All eynporaled iu 2511, boxes. N. I hie way to iV-Ur Ck-»n«-n»’ranch « n
emacy with which we cotufiuund Tuesday f.om an outing in Mu iii# I
Poison Creek wii«-re he was found
Brown A Sons.
them mt your phyaician’a ordor.
Mountain.
Monday morning by parli««s who
Mr«. Schwab, of Portland, ar­
went out in search of him. H«» was '
Frank Cnwlfleld.of Narrows, was
rived in Burns yesterday on n visit
u BnriiR visitor several days the
pretty well fagg< <1 out Ly his long j
t<> ber daughter Mrs. John Budel­
It. W. W EI.COM 1: < CO..
p i«l woek.
walk »nd nothing to < it for marly
lo an.
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Proprietors.
21 hours, but foqn recuperated on 1
The Fair committee ha« made
Di kc Jameson and family and a few hour« r-»t and n good hearty
urrHiigeriK nts with the Bund loplay
Mrs. Lee Caldwell and son, Johnnie meal.
during Fair week.
returned Monday from a visit to
County Clerk F S Ib id« r r< -
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Clubbing rat s giv« n with any Baker City.
turia d yesterday from Crane (’r«.’ck
HtrtJkhlY, HEITEUHEK 1!. IVO?.
I paper or periodical published in
A sk -»or elect John E Loggan. ! ftfter Mn altern e of nearly two.
t
1 the United States.
W D. Martin and Charley Craw- • tnonthr.
ninnili*.
»» :«:««• w;
we im.ugiii
ran*
While
thought 1 Frank
Presilient Ilia Ch»»«* Call
Th«* M. M. Co., of Ontario, offers ford, «if Harney, sjv-ut Thursday in 1 enjoving a «piitt rest ut the Stauffer i
While driving through Pi11 m fit-1«1, n cash prize of $10 for the best ewe 1 Burns on business.
ranch, ho was taking in the sights
M»»« . rept 1, the P rest <!<•<« ta car- Bnj
ut nlo pll)r
| The beautiful chiffonier at Luna in Pan Francisco and .ills» rCalifor-
ring«* whs run into bi an electric
Ham Mothershi ml was co fined j berR A’ Dalfn's will be given uway nia poiuts un<i at the Stunt!« r ranch
' uhi t'1 * « » 11 v 1 r 11 « ,i«i •» «• r« «. ss il h « 1 1
« ar tr 1 velitig ut high «peed
The
He reports
tu bis hoin«' sevcral dava ibis week ■ f’l'pt
■ Htcp in and barn how near Winnemucca.
curri «g-* was d«-m«»lishe'f, and the
a«>
eting
a
number
of
old
timers in
you
m
«y
become
its
possessor.
Precidont r«*c«>ivi-d several slight witli stomach trouble.
Vernon
correspondent
the
Bay
City,,
among
thorn,
P. L.
Th«- Mt. ’
Miss Burlila Wiili.*nis is yisiting
lirui’OH about the face
William
Shideler.
E«1
Walton,
Hcnrv
Bus­
to the Blue Mountain Fugle sav«.
Craig. <>f the Secret Hervicc, nasi «siiti Mrs. Jar. F Mulion un«l fumi-
ier
anu
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C.
Busscrt,
andof
course
Miss Lennie ilobertaon.of Burns is
thrown umler the wheels of tin- car ly in Aniemon Valley,
did not fail to call upon hi« old
viviting friet 'l“ in that section.
nnd ii.Mantlv killed.
Secretary ,
For Hak—Hay at $"» per ton with
friend N. Brown, whom he found
Willi mi M« Kii uey will assume I enjoying splendio health Hi« trip
C.>rtely«*u had a Imd wound in th«- i go«««l pasture uu«l plenty <>f water
j the dutus««f ilepiity clerk Mond «y. also included a jaunt upto Eureka,
I a« I: <>f hi* In .i«l. aim the driver of I Enquire of Ira Stubblefield.
' He bus l«-**il lbs interest in the
t'i.* eari mi« wa> » m riously wounded ■
Drop into Ltmnb. rg A D .lion’s | >uwnij|| to his brother-in law, E. E. on Humboldt Bay, where N. Brown
Th« in* tormnn un«i conductor of j
dt Sous In*vo opened up a large j
tlio cur were aricstea. After tb»-1 and see 1 th«’ Iwautiful ehift'otiicr the t perrnigtou.
mercantile house an«i wi,«TO Leon
awuv Sept.
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27.
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nrci«i«-<il tL«' Prieident I’ortintietl firm ni l 1 give away
E. A Brown camo tn Tuesday Brown is at present located, On
hi» journey to Uy-’vi I! <v. »lopping ■
Julian (’. Byrd left ihursdav . fr0:n It flinn Cr< ek.
lie was sc hie return he rested a few days on
at ki - vi ml plaeee, but delivering no morning 011 u brief business trip to ’ com pani< d by Me.’srs Clevenger Crxue Creek before coxing on to
>i«bli. »ee«. and asking tin» people to 1 Ontario, and pr*»i>abiv Boise
und Irwin who have been doing Burns.
make no d< inonstraiionr
carpenter
work there.
A dispatch to the Oregonian
The Martin Bros, lust week flail­
Proper Compounding
Burns Drug Store
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
HARNEY COUNTY FAIR
Will. I’.E H EU) IN
BURNS.
OREGON
September 22 to 27. inclusive.
$2,000 Given Away
IN PEBKEH AND PREMIUMS, ALSO A LARGE NU MBER
OF 8PECIAT. PREMIUMS.
Liberal premiums on grain, cereals, Iruiis. live­
stock and numerous other exhibits.
Large Pavilion. Ample stable room.
h ull control and management is vested in ttie following Board «»f
Directors* Dalton Bigge, president. James F. Mahon Isaac Foster.
J. M. Dalton, J. S. Goer, A. M. Byrd, A. E. Brown, Dr. W. L
Marsden. Harry Smith. Al Weatherly, J. I’. Withers, Geo. A.
Emyth, fir , C. T. Miller, Innu '•■•uwartz, Bimon Lewis. Secretary
Cha«. N. i’oehrano.
For further information write
DALTON BIGGS. President.
; Or Chas. N. Cochrane. Secy
The Southern Oregon State Normal School opens \V<«ir.e«d:iv,
September 10th. Full faculty ; improve«] building*, cx1iai«Hiv«
course of study ; «.a«!. d« purttn-mc filled by » specialist. Latin
und economies added for the benefit of those preparing to teach
in High Sch »ole, but are optional. $*200 in cash prizes for exc«d-
Jeocfj in oratory and athletior*. Expenses light: poem« conditio .«
ideal. H« nd for catalogue.
B. F. MELKET'. President.
CIJFFOED THOMAS. Feeretarv.
Fall and Winter Goods
(.'ant. A. W. Gowan and W. C, the 1 fith says there is a movement
I'.Asou Creek Notes.
We aw now receiving our Fall find Winter goods <*>nsist;oj of
Byrd have b'-eti s«lect«-d as super on foot to divide Baker County by >
L. B Culp '00k possession of the I
all kinds of l>.-y Goo!», Boots and Shoes. Groceries, Ac Ac
intendents of the pavilion «luring cutting i«fl a slice of the easier n ¡>or- '.
H««rri Smith b'iscn-cte«i a u.crry-
J Jon« s lai vb toil«v Hept. lOlli.
Our st< ck of Ladies’ Dress Goo«is. Outing Flannels. Ladies and
the Fair. John W Biggs nnd E I*. ttun. including the panhandle «its-.
go-round on th»- Fair ground «rd j
Children
Vndcrwear and Shoes are unexcelled. We invite jou Jo
ttict,
which
was
annexed
to
Baker
;
J H Gulp purchii»«-«! s fresh cow
■ Smith will have charge of the live­
will operate it during Fasr week.
visit
oar
»tore
; insp«
eat-
County
two
year«
ago.
liunting'ou
of his father C«>n*-ideratb«u Y35.
..je*
e
• st sto:*k and obtain < prices. We «{uarantee
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stock exhibit.
I is to bo the vour.ty sent of the new. ¡»faction in every particular.
Th«' Burn« Band has engage«!
Robt. Irving, the Hurney freight !
Mr«. G. W. Hha«v gave Mr«. W. !
Frank P«ul at instructor ami have t er. arrived from the railroad Mon-1 coanl-v if the 8cheaje «O‘H A alice !
H Culp 11 friendly cull u few d«ys
begun u daily practice t<> shape up .lav with 10.010 pound-of mcrchan-!,,f ^-’heur County is to he added. J
ago.
for Fair wick.
i <lii*e for Lunnberg dr Dalton. y(, t so as to bring Hunttnglon nearer I
Mrs Frsnk Whiting is reported
the center of the proposed new J
Jorgensen is still to th«* front Irving was accompanied from Har
quite ill the nftture of her trouble
Cuunty, thus making it the natural 1
with low prices Call and sw bis ■ ney by his family
we <li«i i-ot learn.
location for the county real. Some !
line of watches, clocks, jewelry, q
Rov. G W. Black and family. .color is given to the r-port. on ac-
Miss Marshall of llarnev City is
stationary, etc.
MQNMOLTH, OREGON.
who have li«-cn spending the past C()Unt nf »he renewal of the fight
employed to tesch lhe fall term of
Grafitiate» ol the School are in <-on««tai't
two
weeks
at
Mt.
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ernoi
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Grant
y
ft
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4n
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ovcr
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Miss
Ev«-h
n
V
Ge«*r
took
horde-
school in the Jones district, sb«* be­
daaiand »«. salaries ransine trotti J41.001«
gun her tusk Mondai September S. parture oti th* Canyon City sago County, return.-«! homo yc-terday. couotv »eat of Malheur Cnunty. To
ÿlOO.OO per month,‘TEtMerrt*; take tic
Tuesday morning enroute to her They were aecompHni.d bya M*« {t»fee tl piece off the northern end
»tat« esuimitutiiNis Acting îeeir cours-
Wr are reliably inforine«! that
Millspaugh, oi I orthmd.
j of yjnnu.ur County would end that
home in Salem.
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O the eehool and mo prepared to veceir«-
there ure les“ href ca'tle in Harney
Slate
Certificates on graduation.
The
Oregonian
of
the
'¿th
savs
-
controversy,
becauto
both
toanf
Wheat! Wheat! Wheal!
county now than thete hu- been 'or
Expenses range from I1Î0.00 to
Hi
that
it
will
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impossible
for
Slate
would
probably
ba
included
in
the
TI iih on Brown & **ons
n number ol year« past
per year.
Supt Ack«rman to atteni’ the iu- new county.
Htmn4iN0rtn.1l «.■orar*? anc weil equip­
account of shortage of feed and
Th«- electric light plant has been
stituto here next week, «iwing to
ped Training Department.
Mr.
D.
P.
Daugherty,
well
known
w nter
shut down, owing to a scarcity of
The tail term opens.Bept. Id.
injuries roceived iu a 1 run a-wny throughout Mercer and .Summer
water to furnish power. The new
If Mr Smith leaves down
For ca’aiogue containing fell inform 1-
accident in Wallowa County
counties, W. Va , most likely owes
gat« and neighbor Jone’s milk coah engine is expected eliortlv.
fmn.addasi
E. D. BRSSLER.
Jc..n Ingersoll, of Drewsey. nr- his life to the kindness ot a neigh-
or J B. V.,Bntkr..Ssc'y
Presklent.
p»ss through ii|K’ii the premie« s of
Supt. John Gilchrist of the P. I. rivr«l in town Wednesday with the bor. He was almost hopelessly af-
Mr Smith, bow much of the golden
S Co., was in Burns Wednesday E«1 Howard horse. Johnnie-Behind- fluted with diarrhoea : was attend-
rule «Lies b»- observe in turning up
on a tour of the Con.puny ranches the-Rock, whit h he will place in I cd bv two physicians who gave nim
01« th«* public highway neighbor
in ih'a und Malheur counties.
condition for the races The horse little, if any, re ief, when a neigh- ;
Jones' «•«>*«.’?
E A. ’’’riuu-r, manager of the M is 11 half-brother of Red 8. uni! is i bor learning of his serious condi- ’
We are autborizid to state by
M. Co . of Ontario, w«i“ in Burn« expected to<howr.onsid'‘rahlcspcf.'d tion, brought- him a bet tie of Cham-
, • bis mean« that undoubtedly
the.
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I Monday on a tour ot ILunev an I
i er: lin’s Coli«?, Cholera and Diar­
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E. E Herrington a former resi- •
< 'Ic-n • us thr«’sli« r will be in opera- j
Malheur counties in the interest of «lent and business man of tin-comi­ rhoea Remedy, which curc«l him in
lion in a f«*«v days. Calvin (?l«im-1
' levs than twenty-four bon °, For
I hi’ firm.
ty ami a son-in-law of 0. F, Mc­ I
••ns informs us thut a general over- I '
sal«* by H. M. H««rt«jn. Burns: Ervl
hauling was given it and therefore j The beautiful $25 chiffonier on Kinney the sawmill man, arrived Haines, liamey.
■ exhibition at Lunaberg A Daito l's tn Burn« Saturday f.om I’endletou
good results are expected.
WAGONS! WAGONS!
will be given away the last day of whore he has made his home for a
Tin* it. iu concerning Bert Bowers i
We will sell you a M.t eludi.
: the Fair. If yon haven’t the par- ' number of ye ars pn«t. He will en­
freighting merchandise lor Schwartz ;
Rnxhfonl
or Winona Farm Bi d
gage tn br.sincsi in this section.
I tieulare, got them at once.
A- Budelmancthc present trip to
Wagon
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lion. C. E. S. Wood, of Portland,
the railroad ns appears! in the f J. M. McKissick mine in from
31 Steel Skein -LS5.UU
whoso
accident in Harney conntv 11
It’ ins of hist week, wc wish hereby Happy Vallej the tirHtoftho week
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tocorrect by stating that thegoodsj bringing with him the celebrated I few days ago which resulted in the j «■’ „
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ure liir Sam Miller. Ho wo have it! race horse Red S, which ho will crushing of one of his feet, was ru-1 Send your orders to ns, O. C.
place in condition for a match race corded id the Democrat, passed j
from good authority.
Robt. Moflett, and family,
through Baker last night accoiu- •
Now comes A. W. Culp an«l upon
W. I). Baker, of SilvieB valley, panied by Mr. D. C O’Reilly on 1 Dr['wscv’_ wcre
Successors to R. A. Miller Æ Co.
goisl antlnirity declares that Byron arrived in town Tuesday, Mr. Baker bis way home—Baker City Demo H ’ Prairie City neighborhood lotwwk.
1 —1 ’anyon City Eagle.
Hamilton bus employed an expert: |)as 8O|J his much to n l’endlet«»n I crat
ed out uliout b<)0 pounds of brooms
scud, I be first in this county
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Lunaberg & Dalton
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
Miller & Thompson,
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with threshing nno hines tooperate
his with a view to regulating same.
Tlio party is 1 citiren of Washing­
ton and holds tin interest in the.
factory of th«' machiuo whence Mr.
Hamilton's cam«, which i* called
Pride «if tl><: West. We give this us
second hand »iiattuT.
1 nurty and will move to California
\\ e liavo given Ladii s Dr«*»»
xotice fok pi 'ULI c . itt ( i . x ’.
t0 reside in the future.—Canyon
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an<l trimmings our special; v s.
Uun,,. Or<,.in. BCP' u. i^z.
1. ity liii'/i'. ■
attention for a number of years and
NutiiK- t- Ucdvsn
the following
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i luiDIcd »ettler too hied us!tc<: of hi, inic-Dtlv.i
E. W. Brown, of Ontario, deputy : wc beaevo that we can conscten-.l ! t<)m.kBhuoil,r..jilu,av,un0f t;, (;,irjsu,j
grand master of the Ancient Order | tious’y sav that we have «a better I thm mid t-roof will b»»»Kde before He«iu«r
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' 1--*-* t Ai-rtb z-» ut
nsoc.in 4ltt H.'fiihAf
in this
than any
of Unitctl Workmen, arrive.
arrived 1 in
ir« : asx.rtment
assortment tn
this line
line than
anv ' ^^
u-."* - vrr *'
Maik t
Burna Monday and has l»een aa - , other house in Harney County. Wc '
lid entry >'<»• MX I. f«* <«*• 8Ll«>’W'4. Br«lU*-ti
have
taken
the
greatest
care
in
se-
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listing member.’ of the local lodge
Stop the <'mil’ll
,
mid Work olt'tlio <’«»hl.
Tablets
Laxative Bromo-Quinine
cura n coli! in one day. No Cure.,
N > P V*. Price 25 cent«.
in getting new recruit«. Mr. Brown lecting substantial, up-to-date pat- ,
i« a very pit asanl gentleman and tern.’. Ladies ¡twill pay you to
an energetic worker, and has done t-eo us before vou purchase your
a great «L al in this locality to fur- Full drescos.
I tber interest in the order.
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I.unakerg A Dalton.
». Tp it. H.. K Ä H- W. M
He usmex the feitowinx wltno'c* Mi provo
bis roolinvou.1 residió*«»: upon «»’icudivstlau
of rstd ¡»nd, VÜ.
Henry J«nuing!, i noi ** Malier, .los. ph
Buchanan uud Hcnrj Calùiveìl,
et barns,
Orejiu.
IV b , Zsrre. B^ginter.
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