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Of prescriptions is no child’s piny.
It lequiris conscientious cure and
accurate knowledge of drugs and
their relations to each other. We
take in honest pride in the purity
of our drugs, ai.d the skill and an-
cuiacy with which wo compound
l.em on your physician’s order.
Fr.ir.k Jackson, the hustling
wood magnate, was down from h i
temporary head« piarl ers in the
Oregonian ami Hems, ♦ 24’0
mountains Sunday. lie says his
Jorgcn-en, optician, jeweler and I crew consisting of himself
Jerry Sumr.erville are ricking up
John Swi itz.« r loft Monday for five cords of wood a day, but he
failed to tell unjust what part of it
Wm AItnow Sr., of Dr< wsey, he did.
was in Burns Monday.
Mrs. Geo Miller was a parson-
Local and General.
an n-t-ay <iflii‘« nt Baker City. 11«
im also desirou : of an opportunity
as u member of tho public land,
committee, Io iorwnid some legis
lation which will amend th« public
land laws, unm-r whose loris« pro.
visions extensive frauds nre now
being perpetrati <1.
Representative Moody today pre-
sooted to the House th« resolution
of the Oregon Legislature request
ing ii liberal appropriation tor a
National exhibit ut tho Lewis and
t/lark Exposition to be held in
Portland. He also presented the
mi-moriiil of the State Legislature
favoring tho election of United I
Stntcs Scnulors by populur vote of •
1!. II. Brown, of Diamond, wuh
tip on business last Saturday.
Born, to the wife of Ben Brown,
Friday, December ft, l*J02, a son.
Joseph Hill was tin from his
ranch m ar Narrows Wednesday.
Walter Cross, of 'front Creek
was down on basilicas Wednesday.
M irt Brenton wus up from the
P. ranch on business Sunday and
Frank Cawlfleld, of Narrows,
spent u few day« in town during
Burn to the wife of C. T. Miller,
in Burns, November 30, 1W2, a
E. P. Sylvester was down from
bis home on Upper Silvias a few
days thia week.
Fall and Winter Goods
Wc arc now receiving ntir Fall and Winter goods consisting of
all kinds of I >ry Goo lx, Boots and Shoes. Groceries. Ac Ac.
Our stock of Ladies’ Drees floods. Outing Flannels, Ladies and
Children ('ndrrwear and Shoe* am unexcelled. We invite }mi to
visit otir store ; inspect stock and obtain prices. We quarnntei sat-
in evert' particular.
geron th« Canyon City stage Wed
nesday morning enroute to Salem
with a petition to the Governor for
the pardon of her husband who w>i- I
sentenced last Spring to life in the
pe-iitentiary for killing Warren
Curtis. We are inform*<1 that the
petition contained about
Lunaberg & Dalton
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
Edwnrd Deadv, special iusp* tor
MON VIH TH. OREGON.
of the Interior Department, wa« an
< irilut.■» of tl*e Sdiootare in constant
arrival on the Canyon City stag«
deumti»! st wil.iries ranging (rom f l MSI n.
College resumed its work on
*10).(Xlj ja-r month. Sttidents take tlm
Wednesday Mr. Dcady is hnking
Monday morning after a «bort va-
Mite exaiiiinatit.ii« »Inring* tiicir conrs«-
aft< r the illeiml fencing of I’ncle
cation for Thanksgiving
in the hc I hki I and ai« |>r»q>are<l to rcceiv«
Sum’s domain and will inspect a
student» entering- John McMullen,
II. W. WELCOME A CO.,
State < ’ertifi.ate» on graduation.
number of places in Western Har
Burns, English Department; Myr
ExpeoHes rang« froru *120.00 to *t;.'M4i
tley County. He has employed
th- Smyth, Happy Valley, English
Btrong Normal course and well eqiiq*-
Surveyor Frank Jordan to accolli'
Department; Bertie Hamilton,
Burns, English Department; Cal
The (ail terni opens^Scpt. 16.
Austin Culp who is now located
and Clay Clemens, Burns, Com
1 or catalogue conlaining luti informa-
HJKHlV. OE ’EMBEK li. 1902
at Culver, Crook County, wat» a
Students are preparing for a »up
fob mien; vriox
per next Saturday evening us a re
of the first spelling contest. day with all the members of the trip wax to get some more horses to
CotigrcMMiitin Mood} Is Urging
to work his ranch. He is verv
Each mouth spuli uts organize com board prevent.
over his new location
panies A. and B. ami h | m *1I for their- Mr. and Mrs. D H. Smyth, of
is the coming com -
Oregoui.au News Bureau, Wash supper whii h takes place at the Happy Valley, sp' nt a few days in
v left on
try of East* rn *)r<'g<ui.
ington, Dec I — Representative cud of <-dch month. This Lent tir« Burns this week.
W. 2. 7ÄI3CH. Prep fitter.
Moody, who reached Wa-diington Iris proved a gr-rs! incentive for
Purveyor Frank Jordan wax fol ' his return home yesterday _• accom
this morning. ha« laid plans for a
lowing his profession in the Drew-
BEST OK WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
busy Winter, nnd will devote Ids spelling, ami uh a result they arc sey section la«t week.
Lee Caldwell returned Saturday
time to »ecui in? the advancement
This paper nnd The Chicago from a week’s visit ut Canyon City.
«>f pending local irgmlatiin, and to
Students in every department Weekly Inter Occ’n ♦ 1.50 for one He reports thing* pretty lively f MF“ Drinks mixed to suit your tabu?. Courteous treatment guaranted
l»ri iging about favorable depart arc doing good work, and we are yeai. “Special deal”
in that city, the place being crowd
mental action in Oregon mutter*.
ed with visitors and attendants ¡it Your patronage Solicited.
nil very hnppv in our new college
For Sale—Hnv at 15 per ton with circuit court. H*-nry Richardsot
lie in strongly nine to the im home.
pasture and plenty of water and Charley Johnson who accom
portance of irrigation to Eastern
There is a misunderstanding Enquire of Ir.i Stubblefield.
4 •regoii, hi d li is arranged a confer- with some regarding students
panied Mr. Caldwell on his trip
Jap and Bob McKinnon arrived over, returned with him, ns also
eneo with dep >rim nt oflicialx, nt teaching in the college. Two of
which In- will urge the eaily rec<*g th« pupiln have taken special from the railroad this week with did Charley Rann, of Harney, who
nitiou nt Oregon under the general course« a id assist students at their th'* new machinery for the electric wax enroute homo from a business
H<- says thei»- is tables, answering questions and i light company.
trip to Baker City.
abundant opportunity for Govern giving such personal instructions I Jorgensen is still to the front
Fry’s new brick building will In
ment reclamation in localities .is is nccessarv.only however, whet with low prices. Call and see his road v for occupancy within the
win?re private capital has not un the principal is busy with classes line <>f watches, clocks, jewelry, present month. There arc two
dertaken work, cither independent and other features of active college stationery, etc.
rooms in the building. The one on
ly or under the Carey act, and that work. All class work and every
County Commissioner C. T. Mil the corner will be occupied by
there i- no reason whv work should featuro of instruction receives the ler camo up from Lawen Tuesday Schwartz A Bndlmniii, general
not be done there if the people will personul at.cntmn of the principal. to attend the regular meeting of I merchandise and the other bv IL
but co-operate in a manner recent
i W. Welcome A C<».. druggist*. The
the county court.
ly pointed out by Hy Irographer
The Postotlicc, we understand,
WiH Have < ìi ri>t ni;is Tree.
WOOD.—Good Jitni(H*r wood
will be moved to the building now
for suie in any quantity. Prices
Mr. Moody thinks that private
by Schwartz A Budleman
Timely steps have been taken by
enterprise should lie encouraged to the several religious denominations going up. Calion W. E. Huston adjoining the new structure.
reclaim the Eastern Oregon lands, of the city fora harmonious ubser- in the Dnrkheimer building,
A pretty good story comes to us
ei.utiliuti ously with Government mice of the coming Christmas, sole
Mrs N Rulis.on, of Canyon City,
reclamation, pointing out that the ly in the interests of the juvenile who has been visiting in Burns about a Burns lady who. being “all
a—lone” in this world ami pre
one seeks xma1! projects of limited population.
the past week, was a passenger on
sumably’ troubled with cold feet,
dimensions, whereas the other seeks
At a meeting of representatives the Canyon stage Wednesday
one night last week took an incon-
only large works. By co-o|>eratmn of the church organizations held
Lee Caldwell is now the sole crescent light to b< d with her to
the state will he bcneliteu by hav Stturday afternoon in Attorney proprietor of the “Windsor B.ir
I ” keep her feet warm. To demon
ing tho maximum amount of arid < towan’s oilier, working committ* es having this week purchased the
land reclaimed, whereas if private were designated wit!, assignments interests of A M. Byrd in that strate that it was not so cold, it
burned a large 'hole Jn the bed
investment is crowded out, a large ns follows:
and may possibly have <ione
«egreyate area reelaimahle in small | ExccutlveCommittee—M. E Rig
Henry Caldwell has moved his further damage if it had not been
tracts must he undeveloped.
by. Mesdatnes Black. Foley, Irwin family io town for the winter. his discovered i > lime. We have r«n*l
At an curly day Mr Moody will and Brisco.
S-year old son who has been Fe- about the “person who blew out the
have a conference with tho Chief
Finance Committee—I. Wolden- riotislv ill with dropsy is now able gas” and of “the man who thawed
<>i Engineers relative to the open beig, Jr., I)r. 11. S. Brownton. to be up for a short lime each day
out giant powder in the stove,” nut
ing of the Columbia River from Mis-es Ada Smith, Maud Norton,
this is the first instance brought to
The Dalles to Ci lilo. He is hope Vella Mace, (¡oldie Duncan, Ethel
notice of a person taking an
Burns Saturday enroute to Ontario
fill that the hoard of engineers will Sagers mid Bertha Williams.
to bed with them.
on a visit with bis parents, Mr. and
refsirt that th(' work can la» done
Register and Mrs. Wm. Farr*' re
within tho estimate of Captain es Alice Sweek. Myra King, Nettie Mrs David Carv. He was accom
Harts. If not, it will be necessary Gowan, Carrie Black, Agnes Cawl- panied by his niece Miss Frankie turned Tuesday evening from
Canyon City, after nearly a month’s
to get un additional appropriation field and Nina Wiseman.
and the sooner it is hud the better.
W. D. Kennaiid, a government absence During their absence Mr.
Committee on Decoration—l’rof.
There are several pending bills Rigby, Mrs. FitzGorald and Mrs. inspector of surveys, arrived in Farre attended the irrigation con
which the Second District Con
Committt-o on Music—Mesdames Burns this week and is now en vention in Portland as a delegate
gressman hopes to hi'.ve passed, Leonard. Finn, Lewis, and Miss i gaged in looking over the Meldrum from the citv of Burns. He thinks
survey north of Harney Lake the work of the convention from a
among them the double minimum Fannie Donegan.
For th at
Burns point of view to be verv
land bill and the pill establishing
Reception Committee—Citizens which was completed last Fall.
Business College Students.
Daniel Willits was up from his
While in the metropolis and other
S tate of O hio ,C ity of T oi . khoj
Il was further decided to hold his place on the Island last Satur
the union services at the College day shaping up business matters Eastern Oregon towns he brought
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
up a number of matters of great
preparatory to a trip to California
he is senior partner of the firm of
to this place He be
where he will spend the winter.
F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business
Lost—A black mackintosh at tho He will return in the Spring, nnd
in the City of Toledo. County and
1 Fairgrounds Thanksgiving. Find may probably locate in the Agency
State aforesaid, and that said firm
part of the business men of this
er will confer a favor by retur ling Valley.
will pay the sum of One Hundred
place that Burns will be a rail road
i I same to John Sweek.
R. M. Turner, a former well terminus in a couple of years, i
Dollars for each and every cnee of
“America's Leadinr Tailors,
Representative M. A. Moody left known attorney of Burns, who This is a matter of great importance
Catarrh that cannot l»c cured by
The Dalles last Tuesday for Wash went to New Mexico about three to us and a move on the part of our
the use of Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
(iiMst i lotliM contribute nineh to hnppi-
ington. Senator Simon and Rep- years ago, was at the recent election citizens may prove greatly to their
Frank J, Cheney.
ness. You gain the point in 5tratn< Bros.'
madegarmeats. They ,oe made scieatlleally
Sworn to before me and eubscrib- sentulive Tongue left Portland the elected on the republican ticket to gain. Another matter that Mr.
to your ex a. ct measurs by highly skilled
cd in my presence, this (¡th day of day following. Senator Mitchell represent Grant nnd Luna counties Farre took particular interest in
clean, sanitary shops. Ercrv detail
i was already in Washington. Con in the legislature of that territory. and urged, was that of improved
December, A. I) 1880.
troni first to last giien rb * miuatest atlenu.m, th»'
gress convened Monday.
Canyon City Eagle.
A. W Gleason.
mail facilities. This latter is also
rigeli lieittg garments distinctly above the «nuiary
and absolutely sa'isfactery. los will wonder
L. B Hayes, of Lawen, came up greatly to be desired and he be
how it can be done at the low prices <inoted. (’all and s«
We will sell you a Mitchell, on business Sunday remaining in lieves that arrangements will be
our Hue of.loti «amples of choicest uew woolens.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in
town several days. Mr. and Mrs. m ;dc so that we may get our mail
Rushford or Weblier Farm
ternally, «nd acts directly on the
Hayes have just returned from at least 24 hours earlier than nt 1
iod nnd mucous surfaces of t he
Ontario where they spent a few present. Mr. and Mrs Farre re
Steel Skein JIS5.C0
systeiii. Send for testimonials,free.
5 days visiting friends. They had a turn in good health excepting
F. J Chnwy it Co., Toledo, ().
3 J „
I pretty rough trip, it storiui.ig all tho colds they contracted in their two
Sold by all Druggist, 7ftc.
days ride from Canyon City.
Send your orders to us, O. C. Co. i while they were out.
Hall’s Family Pills arc the last.
B iim J iiths
( olirai* Loculll
Burns Drug Store
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
The Capital Saison
ROBINSON & WALTON