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Local and General.
Wm Harris, foreman at A'vor«!,
was in Burns a fe'.v duyu thin week.
Tuesday elections were held nr
Oregonian and Items, $2.<>G
12 states From returns nt hand
<W. McClain and fmiiil v moved
i lie vent rol of the imt ion tt I ('ongres •
Al Wtgitharly, of Drowaey, i* into tho ' al'lwi-H re'-i«l«-nc<- this
riinaiii* with the republican party. visiting in town.
W bile oilieiiil retiiriia may make
Circuit court will probably ad-
Mr*. Goo. S. Miller was in Burns
tin working majority of the Re
week circulating a petition for
publican party in tho house a close
of her hu»t>au«l
A Venator wan in from Crane
our, there is no doubt :La» it will
R. IL Ritz, of Lawen, was in town
I be suHieient for nil party purpoHcs. Creek during the week.
week having come up to «1«
From a natiomil standpoint, the
Jorgenson repairs watches and
liver somo cattle at the ILitilcv
control of th“ lower branch of con- docks Work guaranteed.
grcsH wus th« real contest. Many
B. F Autsnms, of Lawcn. was in
of lliO states elected legislatures
A. L. Hunter. John Dennis,Tim«.
Burns on busini**» Wednesday.
which choose United States sena
Sogcrc and Mr. Youngman left
J. ('. Buckland was over from Wi.dmsday for the Lakes for a few
Of prescription« is no child*« play. tors, but the «suit of these elec
YOUR wants can lx; SUPPLIED. Call and examine the
several days this week.
Il require« <!oii«<*ientio i« c»re and
largest »lock of Genera! Merchamiise in Eastern Oregon.
«••«*urut< knowledge of drug! mid Republican majority in the tipper
Dr. II, Klebs, formerly of this
The Ban«! Loys have rented th«-
Everything the best tn Quality,
tlmir relutmti» to'*tv-h other. We body. In some of the state*, how place, is now located at The Dalles.
Everything full Weight,
take an honest pride in the purity ever, there was a decided change
Judge L. R. Webster left last resume their regular practice under
Everything at reasonable prices.
of our drugs, and llw skill umi ac from tlm vote cast two years ago. Saturday on his return to Portland.
the leadership of Frank Paul.
curacy with which we coiupouud Following is the result in the vari
W’e ar<* after vour trade and will use ever honest endeavor tí»
ous state* according to late dis
An Onturio exchange states that
bcm on your physician'« order.
s«-cure and retain it.
November 27. as Thanksgiving Davi«l Cary has purchased SO acr«*s
Governor Odell and entire re Day.
of lund lying just north of that
publican ticket elected in New
A. letter from B. D. McIntyre place on winch to build a home.
II- W. WELCOMED CO.,
G. W Clevenger, who ba-<*barge
Republican majority in Idaho capitol.
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of tin’ const-uetion of Alva Spring
more than 6,(XX).
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Marsden are er’s new residence at Narrows came
Iowa gives republicans 7 5,(XX) visiting friends and relatives in
up Tuesday on husitie«» returning
plurality. Judge Birdsall elected Grant County.
HATüKHiY, NOVEMBER M. t'JOS.
Clubbing rat'8 given with any
Frank Jackson took a number of
Entire republican ticket elect'd paper or periodical published in
n to the mountains Tuculay to
the I nittd Stab’s.
Purllmut Will Butri-tMlli.
cut wood. Frank i« in a |«o?ition
Nebraska elect* republican state
The Oregon Irrigation Aaaocin- ticket, but th«- vote on governor
Fred Fredericks, of Juntura, was to s« ll v««ti wood, auywhere from
timi convention of ov«*r 4(X> del«* is close.
in Burns <>n business scveial days one to 100 i*uriD.
gates will asscnibl«* in Portland
tlm past we« k.
In New Jersey the republicans
For a bilious attcck tak«- Cham
‘I u<*»«luv and W'«*ilm*><lay. Novetn- will retain cor>tr«il of the senat«*
The mem l»er« of th“ athletic dub berlain’s Stomach and Liver Tab
b«*r IS and
njwo the Oregon and house of assembly by reduced
uro arranging for a foot bull game lets and a quick cure is certain 1
Bar AM-.n-hiti.iii ni<*«-,s tlierc on th«- majorities.
i to be played Thanksgiving
For sale by II. M. Horton, Burns; ■
earn«* «lav«, on which occaaion the
111 .Maryland, th«* election was
Fred Wyatt, of Harney, arrive«! Fred Haines, Harney.
railroads liave mndo r«-<ltic«'d nites, only for congr««*smen, the Republi
from the railroad yesteduy with
I. II. II ollaud returnt«l lust Sat- j
11 k<-ti< good for aix «lay» on all lin«** cans electing four of the six mem
freight for local merchants.
from a business trip toi
fi • a point- in Or« gon to Portland. bers.
For Sale—Hay at $5 per ton with Malheur County. He was accom
1'ortlmi‘l p.-o|Mii>«'» to entertain I Virginia’s election was confined
pasture and plenty of water, panied by Mrs Holland and littl«*
We are now receiving our Fall and Winter goods consisting ««f
ul! v. ¡tor- nirr the ra.lrouds on I to th«» ••lection of congressmen and
kinds of Dry Goods, Bouts and Shoes, Groceries, »tc Ac.
til» oci*i«’«ni with u Bull or comn-rt. ' returns show that the Democrats
stock of Ladies' Dress Goods. Outing Flinn* Is, Ladies and
tree th. iter», with visits to wlu-at have elected 9 of the 10, with one
Register and Mrs. Wm. Farro
Underwear and Shoes arc unexcelled. We invite you to
A Washington dispatch <late«l
ahip*. public lihrarh s. Oregon Ilia [ , district
left yesterday morning for a visit
; inspect stock and obtain prices. We guarantee sat
torical Six-iety room*, the $5tXX),(XX)
Oct. 28. says; The Western Nation- • !
Indications in Illinois point to with friends at Canyon City.
City Holl ai <1 th«- r L' h «», mmi F«d the e>*«:!ion of the republican ticket ,
al Bank, of Sun Francisco, was to
E. S. Snuffer camo down from
eral cu-loin house, a steamboat
gO0(| I majorities.
approved as reserve agent for
. I King and Sayers’ sawmill last Sat day
ride on th“ Willum« It.- mid Colum-
National Bank of Buri'!'.
Other state» carried by republi- urday and is spending a few «lavs
• da Rivera, un«l in other wavs us cana are:
will best show Portlandaenterpriae. oi,;,,
Mrs Ollie Masiker, a daughter of
hospit.-ilitv and desire to become Wisconsin
35,000 i Cal Demnris, of Harney, arrived
Howard a former rtsblont of
yesterday from the railroad with a
b«*tn*r arquuin'eil with the pcopl«* Pennsylvania
1 '«’non "** horse load of freight for Hurns I the Drewsey section, was united
<>t the whole stat«* and they with it. j \*pw Humpebiro
- in marriage at Rosburg Oct. 25, to
MON’MOl TH. OREGON.
Il ii> expected several tlmusuml , Colorado
j Harvey O. Lohr. They will inakej
of the School are iu constant
people from all over Oregon will 1 Kansas
■10.000 1 Jorgensen is still to the front 1 their home at Dillard, Or«*gon.
dcniiad at salaries ranging from 14‘J.UO tu
lake a-!v «iitag«* of the cheap ex cur • î . Montana
4,000 with low prices. Call and sec his
1100.00,’ per "month. Student«; take th«
sion rsti*» atincunc«*d by the O. Il , Utah
25,0001 line of watches, clocks, jewelry. i Sheriff and Mrs. Allen, having
xt:ite’'exiiiuinatisu« during’tueir coiiras
»V N , .Southern Pacific and North- ' Washington
tile school and me prepareil to reeeiv«.
CermicMteH on graduation.
<*rn P.-i. ilic to visit Portland in igu- ' California
Snow fell Wednesday
Exiieu*«.’* raiige’irom 1120.00 to
tion u«*«-k. and it is the intention 1 Massachusetts
W.OtK) to the d«*pth of about an inch,
«o'lli li<i-in«'*;« m< 11 of Purtl ind to Democrats carry Tennessee.
Strong Normal course auvi well e imp
I quickly Mieciimbed to the F5 ,,(.ntje I nutub'.-r two of th<* scandal which :
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give liiere a royal welcome ami 1 Fusionista win in Nevada.
II influence of "Old Sol.”
Tbe full term openHjiept. It-
• roo entertainment rcgardlcaa oft
WOOD.—Good Juniper wood 1
For catalogue containing full inform.v
Illlsiness ('«Hl«'ge Lo<-a1s
whether they •come ns regularly !
sale in any quantity. Prices 1 Mrs. W. IL William.«, of Coop-
«•ppuiiitc.l delegates or simply HF I After a delay of several weeks
up. Callon W. E. Huston i
caused by different featut« sot «*.xtra ¡going
work on the new college building, tn th< Dnrkheituer building,
: child, arrived in Burns this week
A Remarkable KcroiM.
, the college finally opened on Mon- : C, F. McK nney informs us that
• to reside permanently. Mr. Wil-
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy day, November 3,
«■x-CoUiitv Judge James A Sparrow
, liams, who is in Idaho, will arrive >
Las a remarkable record. It has
! Considering the uncertain con is expected to return next Wed nos-!
W. E. -¿USCH. Trcprirtor.
ina couple of weeks. Mrs. Wil
lieen iti use for uvur thirty years, ditions regarding the completion day from his trip to Minnesota.
liams is a sister of G. W. Clevenger.
during which time many million
-------- BEST OF WINES. LiqiOKS AND CIGARS.—-
of the building, the attendance th«’
F. M. Jordan returned tin* first
battles have been sold and used. It
. first day was very encouraging of the w(1(.k fr,|ln portlftnd wh( rc ( Dr. M. S. Kern, who has recently ,
Drinks mixed to suit your taste. Courteous treatment guarani««
. e .1
lias long lieen t.._
1 with the brightest prospects for the
dole- returned from an extended trip in j
main reliance in the treatment of ■ largest class in the history of the he went some weeks ago as a
Eastern Oregon, l<*ft vest«*r<lay for Your patronage Solicited.
gate to the grand lodge K. of P.
croup in thousands of homes, vet
Chicago t<> complete the last year ■
school. Tho heavy correspondence ,
Win. Hunley, the Harney county
«luring ill! this time no case has we are having and the general out-
of a medical course in the North-
stockman, accompanied by his wife
«■ver been reported to the manufact
1 western University, lie expects
lo««k promises upwards of one hun- !
is in the city superintending the
urers in winch it failed to effect a
to return to Boise next Spring to
dred pupils by holidays.
of his cattle.—Ontario
«•tire W hen given as soon ns the
reside permanently.— Boise St:»t«*s-
Two new courses have been a«l«l- •
child becomes hoarse or ««ven as
ed this year. A special am 1 coin-
soon as the croupy cough appears,
Thegross receipts of the «93 post-
1 plete normal course ami a course
it will prevent the attack. It is
j in misie. Tiie normal course offers ofliees in Oregon in the fiscal year have leeii surveying along Snake
pleasant to take, many children
I special advuntag«-» to those wtio ended June 30, 1002, amounted to
It contains no opium or wish to review or prepare for teach- !?0;,3.0.-><, or an axpenditnre per river east of Wallowa county found
j that Snake river which is th«* line
other harmful substance ami may
«•rsexamination. The course in mu capita <>f $1 oS.
between Idaho and Oregon, runs
be given as confidently to a baby
g -• r
sic is added to accoininodate those| “Jim” an intelligent caninc, ■ several miles farther east than has
jis to an adult. For sale by II. M. ;
who wish to take a course in either which will be retneinliercd by n ■ heretofore been suppose«!.
Horton, Burns; Fred Haines, Hur
vocal or instrumental music.
large number here as tho projierty i gives Oregon many thousand mon*.
To accommodate young men and of J. W. Peacock, was poisoned in acre« of land.
If you desire to trade for, or buy young women who have been out of Lakeview lust week.
During tho fiscal year which
desirable town property call at this I , school tbr some time ami arc be-
Chas. E. Kenyon ami J. J. Done ended June BO, 1902. there were
, hind in their studies we have open-
gan left Sunday morning for Salem more public lands entered and I <
cd a preparatory department.
in charge of Fred Randall who was disposed of in Oregon than in any
This takes in all grades below
1 aentenced to one year in the peni-
of lhp pwk v Mn(llltaiBH ■ ?
tho eighth, and we invite all who
( and omre Innim than have hereto- C .
Successors to R. A. Miller *t Co.
wish to take the preparatory work tentiarv lor hor«e stealing-
NEW FALL GOODS
Burns Drug Store
At the Pioneer Store
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS
N. Brown & Sons
Fall and Winter Goods
Lunaberg & Dalton
stite ; normal school
The Capital Saloon
01N I MENIS
and suppositories will rot,
positively eunnct-~<lo morn
than relieve you.
It. requires an internal
remed y to remove the causo
ami client a permani ut cure.
Ask your druggist, for Dr.
Perrin's Booklet on the sub
i RCËR.R I N S
■ in th«; college to enter this depart I
ment, This last department is
only keeping in lino with the busi
ness colleges of the land,—nil
business colleges have tin* same
department. It does not interfere
with th<' college work proper, ns it
is positively sepaiuto and distinct 1
from tho higher departments.
W<* plan to add next year a chem
ical ami physical laboratory and to
add a course in the sciences. It, is
our ambition to bring this college
to 11 level with the best, colleges on
on the coast, and to make Burns
what it should be, an educational
, center for Eastern Oregon.
A.N. Holies,of Ontario, has lieen
appointe«! Unite«! Mates comm is-I
sioncr. This will be a great, con
venience to the people in the vicin- j
ity of Ontario when it comes to j
mtiking filings on lands ot in 111:1k- i
ing final proof.
ton* been enter«-«! in Oregon in any :
fiscal year save that of lS'JG The I
aggregate area dispuseit of under
the homestead, tinitu r and various i
other law«, during the past year,
was l,279,l>32 acres.
We will sell you a Mitehell,
Rushford or Weliber Farm Bed
3J Steel Skein $S5.C0
Send your orders to us, O. C. Co.
Miller & Thompson,
A liberal reward will be paid for
the return of a light brown dog
with white neck, face and feet, lie
is rather slim built and looks some
thing like a shopper«!.
M. L. Lewis.