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About Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1902)
Local and General.
Adam George, of Lawcn, has our
thanks for a «ack of fine potatoes.
There were seventy Idg fine follow«
in the Hu<-k, aggregating seventy-
live pound*. They were raised on
Mr George's ranch near Crow
To date the Interior Depart cent
ha* approved but one list filed by
the State of Oregon under the Carey i
act, being for a tract of 8793 acre«,
lying 20 miles southeast of Binns,
This is the tract which a Portland
company has contracted with the I
state to reclaim by means of pump
Rev. Goivan and wife, who have
been occupying '.ho Baptist parson
age during the abtcuce of Rev 1
Bind; and wife ex;x-i-t to start on!
their return home Monday. Rev. I
Gowan who is agent for the Baptist,
bible concern report* a good many ,
sale« in this place, and on his re
turn home will »top at all the small
towns between here and the rail-
toad to carry ou his work of distri- •
James Ourd, of Ilarney, was a
caller Monday Mr. (lard is again
extensively eugr.gcd iu the sheep
business. lie says the late rains !
did not carry enough moisture (<•
do tiie range much good, but re
ports his sheep iu fair conditior.
Mr. Oard did not turn off' any sheep 1
this year as lie thought lie could
make ni'ire money out <»f his wool
clip unoth« r season. He iuf««rmed j
us that his brother P. L. Oard who
accompanied his sister Mrs. Rimer .
to her home in Ohio, some weeks I
ago is expected home shortly.
A quiet wedding was solemnized
at the home <>f Mr. and Mrs II. E.
Wc arc now receiving our Fall and Winter goods consisting of
Thompson in this city y, Sunday
kinds of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes. Groceries, Jtc Ac.
evening October 27. 1902, the con
stock of Ladies' Drees Goods, Outing Flannels. f.adi«-s arid
tracting parties being John Robert
Children Underwear and Shoes are unexcelled. We invite you to
son, of Drewaey a brother of Mrs.
our store ; inspect stock and obtain prices. We quarunto«- sat
Thompson and Catherine Foiguton
it« every particular.
«•f Chicago. The wedding cere
mony was performed by Justice of
the Peace S. W. Miller in tho pres- •
eneeof a «mail numl>er of friend-
and relatives. After a short i
honeymoon the newly married
couple will take up their residence
on tho McAfTee ranch imrth of
MONMOI TH, OKF.l-OX.
Drewsey. Mr. Robertson we under
Gradaates oi the School are ir. constant
stand will have charge of the Abner
iteiusnl at salarle« ranging from
Robbins ranches and cattle in
iltm.OO^ per montiv Stmient«; take tia
-rate] exaiuhiutioiK '(uiing^iueir «-oiir*«<
'fbe ohoning exercise« of th*
M. B and L. B. Hayca, <>l Lawcn,
f ilizeiiH Btnlne« Collrge will be
held in the college building .Mon-
Jorgenson repairs watches and
• Inv ecening, November 3. A cor-
diul invitation i* extendid to ail to clock h . Work guaranteed.
be present at thoexercise», Tho pro
Iru Mtuhbleflold left Tuesday
fur the John Day lifter fruit
Singing by Audi* no.
Frank C«wltield and wife, of
Opening Address by Pres, W. 1J.
Narrows ure visiting in town.
Paul Locher is erecting a cold
Quartet, Byrd Family.
plant opposite his brewery.
Oration, J. J. Simorville.
Quartet, Byrd Family.
Chas Fields, of Andrews, is in
Address by Secretary,
Burn« as u witness in the Randall
Atty Dalton Bigg«.
Of prescription« i« no child’« play
Short talk by Prof. M. E. Rigby.
ft require« conaeientioti« caro and
C. 8. Johnson, of Van, is in town
accurate knowledge of drug« and
this week being summoned us a
their relation« toevhothor. We
James F .Mahon was in on bu»i-
talco on honest pride in tho purity
Chino Berdugo and A. Mirnndo
of our drugs, ai.d tlui skill end ac
are in from the southern part of
William Gearhart, of Van, is the county.
curacy with which we compound
among tho visitors at court.
hem on your physician'« order.
The Winter schedule on the Can
Clarence Drink water, of Harney, yon Ci.y-Burns mail route, goes
was in town on business Wodncs. into effect today.
II. IV. WELCOME« CO.,
Judge W. A, Booth, of Crook
8upt. John Gilcrest, of tho P. L County, was among the visitors
g. C<> , was in Burna during the <1 tiring the week.
Clubbing rates given with any
J P Gearhart was down from pajicr or periodical published in
his home on Calamity tin- first of llm United State-9.
ftirnttniY, N ovember t. tww.
Thoe Jenkins, a Happy Valley
Mrs. Myrtle Curtis and little sheepman is viewing the sights in
CIU( I IT COLHT
daughter, of Marrows, are visiting Burns for a few days.
Circuit court convened her« Mon in Burns.
day with Judge M. D. Clifford on I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bonnett, of' Frank and Alina Davis, of Hur
the bench Tne ether member« <»1 Crane Crock, spent a few days in; ney, spent u couple of days in
Burns during the week.
the cipri in attendance were:
Burns this wook
The supreme court of the Unit' d
District Attorney Win. Miller.
have decided that Japanese
Sheriff Tho«. A Hen.
Clerk F 8 Ki«Lr.
Born, to the wife of W, J. Cole
Biilitl Dyke Jameson,
J. D Daly and famiiy, of Drew- man, October 28, 1902. a daughter.
The foltewing were irawn as
sey, were gucets of Mr and Mrs. H Mother and child doing well.
E. Thompson several days thia
L, N. Stallard, Drewaey,
For Sale—Hay at 15 per ton with
W. a. Ko'oriaon,
good pasture arid plenty of water
John II. Neal, the well-known Enquire of Ira Stubblefield.
Happy Valley sheepman, was al- | J. D. Billingsley, arrived from
John B u 'I c I iiimu , Burna
tending to businesn in Burns this • Ontario Sunday, to look after a
W E I'riaeh.
D M McMenamy, „
ease he has in the circuit court.
Clerk Howe, of the I'. S. Land
Mr. und Mrs D. Carey, formerly
Thus. Howard, hsilitT
Oflic.! of this place, returned last of Burns, have taken up their resi
The cases di-posed of up to time night from a visit with bis family dence in Ontario.—Ontario Argus.
of going to pre*« are:
at Hood River.
Redmond Joyce, a bricklayer of
It is reported that the Willamette John Bay. has been employed by
State vs. Elia Horton, adultery; : Valley dr Cascade Mountain Wagon
jury returns a verdict of guilty as I Road Company will place their Contractor Smith on the new Bank
charg'd Sentenced to one year in I lands on the market in the Spring. building.
Jorgensen is still to the front
low prices. Call and see hi.«
State vs Randall, larceny of a
of watches, clocks, jewelry,
horse; plead guilty, and sentenced Lake, arrived in Burns yesterday,
I enroute to Ilarney and vicinity on stationary, etc.
to mm year in the peuitentisry.
Jap uni Bob McKinnon left
Stale vs. D«ly, murder; not n a visit to relatives. Mr Dunean is
Huntington this week uit< r the
Poison Creek Notes.
and a now dynamo for the
>’ ite vs. t'atterson, larceny of a I
C. W. Martin and Mr. Wat*o.n ;
i Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Roliertson, electric light plant.
«•■•If ; not a true bill.
his partner in the wood trade are ;
. of Browser, are in Burns this week,
WOOD.—Good Juniper wood making preparations to go to the j
ton llagey and family have j Mrs, Robertson is visiting with her
for sale iu any quantity. Prices John Day for fruit ami vegetables. |
im»v< d into their town residence for parent«, Mr and Mrs.C. P. Ruther
going up. Call on W. E. Huston Bert Bowers and Ira Stubbpifield I
ford, while Billy attends to his in the Bnrkheimer building,
are also on the road bound for the .
Atty John W. Bipgs returned duties as a grand juryman.
J. H. Weider, formerly with IL fruit belt of the John Day.
from a business (rip to Cauyon
I. IL Holland, bookkoefier for the M. Horton, but now located at
A. W. Culp is expected to pul in
i P. I.. S. Co., was in the city this Eugene, was iu Burns this week as ln*9 appearance in Burns in the
Johnnie McNulty is ill with ty week to meet Mrs. Holland, who a witness in the Mrs Horton caKO. mar future.
phoid fever at tho home of Mr. and bus been visiting relatives at Boise.
Mrs. Sherman the aecd mother
I. L. Poujade, of Cow Creek, is in
Mrs. Tim Kribs.
They took tlmir departure yeeter- attendance on circuit court as a of Bert Bowers who journeyed with
Patsy Daly, of Prairie City, ar i day for their home at Burns.—On- juror.
lie was accompanied by i her 9on from Cottage Grove West-
rived in Burns last Saturday to ' tario Democrat.
Mrs Poujade who will visit friends * ern Oregon to Ilarney Valley is
assist in looking after the interests ■ Newt Hoover, of Lawcn, is in during his stay.
, very favorably impressed with our
of his brother Jerry Daly,
‘ town this week attending to some
Mrs. Jennie Dcvinccamc in from ! country.
E P. McCornack. the Salem at matters he bus Im to re tho circuit Baker City Monday to look after I We notice that some uf tho old
torney and banker, is in Burns this i court Mr. Hoover is iff the em her interests in the case of Billings bridge lumber is being replaced in
week on busincs« matters in connec : ploy of Jones & Williamson, the ley vs Devine, which will piobably the construction of the bridges a-
tion with the Bovine estate.
I sheepmen, and reports stock in his receive a hearing this term of court. long the pubic highway, which
Isaac Foster and W. L. Best, : section only in fair condition for
Work has been delayed on Fry’s speaks well for our supervisors.
G. W Shaw anticipates leaning
prominent stockmen of the Silver j tho winter.
new brick store building owing to
ranch together with his entire ,
Creak section, werodoing business
Mrs. Harley Wood lift Mondtiv the delay in the arrival of the iron
of stock to J. II. Culp for a'
io tho city since our Inst issue.
for Portland, in company with her and plate glass front from the rail
year.-’. Mr. Shaw purposes
District Attorney Win. Miller j mother, who will have her eyes road. Teams which are out after
a tour through Mexico
and family arrived from Ontario treated by one of the leading occu- it, however, are expected to arrive
and perhaps through some parts of
Monday and will be guests of Regis listsofof that city. Last week she Boon.
» «•astern Washington with a view of
ter and Mrs Win. Farro during 'suddenly lost her eyesight and
Rand, of I
drove over from Burns, a distance Baker Citv, is in attendance on spying out a more suitable location !
Hou. Will R King, lawyer, ami of 135 miles, in two days—Sump
for general ranching, so we have
circuit court this week. Mr. Rand
editor of the Ontario Democrat, is
is council for Mrs Devine in the
in Bums this week looking after ter Minor.
Eastern Poison Creek froze over
his clients interests in several cases
.lamer. A. McCune, for several case of Billingslv vs. Devine, a from bank to hank Wednesday'
which fie has before the circuit j years in tho stock business at Law suit for the settlement of certain
morning, October 29.
cn, is n candidate on the republi- property rights in tho Alvord sec
Pure leaf tallow, dean, especially ;
i cun ticket for commissioner of tion.
prepared for cooking purposes can i
NOT A RELIEF
! Washington county. Idaho Mr.
be had at tin* ranch of the writer, i
We will sell you a. Mitchell, or will deliver at your door any 1
McCune is u thorough business
man and fully capable of looking Rushford or Wohlier Farm Bed > where
within the eitj’ limits
after the interests of the taxpayers Wagon ;
3 j Steel Skein $85.00
of his county and will makes first-
Do you want a milk cow. if ■o
and aup|K>sitori<:> will not.
class commissioner if elected.
soon as they are going off
positively cannot--do more
th»n relieve you.
Send your orders to us, O. C. Co.
it requires an internal
Do you want a bill ot vegetables ?
tho Thomason brothers for the
remedy tn remove the cause
you have not laid up a supplv
shooting of Lewis Scott, at the
and effect a permanent cure.
for a long winter, you had better
Harper ranch, was held nt Vale
Ask your druggist for Dr.
it now while they are to Im had
Perrin's Bookieton the sub
rates at the ranch of
while his brother. James Thomason convention of Baptist ministers, ; the undersigned W. H. Culp.
was held to appear before the grand lie will hold regular services Sun
n ’S Jury with his bond fixed at. $500. day assisted by Rev. Gowan who If you desire to trade for, or buy
Scott is reported as getting along will till the pulpit nt cither the desirable town property call at this
morning oreycuing service.
nicely and will recover.
Burns Drug Slore
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS
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BUT A CURE
PER R I
Fall and Winter Goods
Luna berg & Dalton
in the fi-hixil and aie prepare'l Io r-ceivr
State Ortid'.-ates on graduation.
Expenses railje’from |l?0.uo to $!
Streng Normat eourse .-imi «eil e.piip-
The tai! term opens^Sept. 14».
For i-ataloguo eontainiait Cull iniorina
or J. B. V, Butler. See v
The Capital Saloon
W. E. 2AISCH. »repTi9*.cr.
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Your patronage Solicited.
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Successors to R. A. Miller «£ Co.