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Local and General.
< 'ily election March
Wise ones—-‘‘I told you so.”
Oregonian und Items. #2.00
Nominating convention Feb. 27.
R. II. Sitz, of Luwen, is a visitor
Honrv Hamilton is in from Dia
Clarence Drink water was up from
C. II. V ocgtly is on a business
trip to Portland.
Geo. Buchanan was in from the
Lonsdale Muslins 11 yards #1.00
N. Brown A Hot:«.
The usual lot of early Spring
drummers have been with us this
G. H. Dougin«, of the Mallory
Commission Co., of Chicago, is io
A pair of full stock BAH, Royal
Cow Boy Boots reduced to #5.25.
N. Brown A Son«.
Assessor John E. Loggan was
over from Harney on business one
day during the week.
This paper ami The Chicago
Weekly Inter Ocean #1.50 for one
yeai. “Special deal”
Dr. II. S. Brownton expect« to
make u professional trip to Canyon
City the latter part of next week.
Junies Paul, the Happy Valley
sheepman, came up yesterday to
attend the P. P. 1*. ball last night.
The locul lodge of the Order of
Washington was reorganized last
week with C. P. Rutherford, presi
New line of Clothing samples
just received by N. Brown A Sons.
A Fit guaranteed and every gar
ment handled by us is made by
FULTON ELECTED SENATOR
Such 1« the news that came over
the ’phone this morning. It is
said it all happened in the 18th
round last night, but with other
necessary information lacking
wo can not ray just how the play
came up. Now for the grand finale.
About the 1st of March we will begin '’taking stock” and
will until that time close out many useful articles for less
than actual cost.
We need room for our Spring Stock.
cash and room is worth more to us than the goods, the morn wo
Tl.c childrens’ ma-querade at
sell the less we have to invoice.
Now is the time to secure
Locher« Hall Wedm nduy night
Call and see if we don't mean business.
proved a very delightful occasion
for the older spectators as well as
the young folks, who participated.
There were a large number of
Of prescription« ia no child’« play.
maskersand several well sustained
It requip-s conacientioi« care and
Pearl Ward, as a
accurate knowledge of drug« and
their relation« to each other. Wo
take nn honeHt pride in the purity
of our drug«, m.d the «kill «lid ac-
Mrs. Sturtevant is having her
curacy with which we eoni|>outid
Graduates <4 the School are in constant
hem on your physician's order.
demand at.M’aries ranging from *40.00 to
Miss Ethel McGes¡squite ill at
Stock Ins|« ctor Newt Hoover wa«
*1 >1.00 per month. Students take th«
h«r home in this city.
stat«; examinations during their coarse
iu Burris Wednesday enroute to
in tile school and are prepared to receive
Forest Grove, where he goes on a
Sam Parrish left for Canyon City
II. tv. WELCOME A CO.,
State OrtifieatM oil graduation.
short business trip consuming
Tuesday on a short visit.
Expenses range from *120.00 to *17">(M
aliout three weeks. Mr. Hoover
Joe Buchanan, of Harney, was a
Strong Normal course and well equip-
has just returned from a two weeks'
business visitor this week.
ped Training Department.
trip of inspection of stock in the
N. Cotuegys was in from the
The fall term o|>ena’Sept. 14».
southern part of the county. He
For catalogue containing lull informa
Wagontire section Sunday.
found about 70(X) head of sheep
MATUEOIY, l-Klilttl Alt Y 21, l»O:i
E. D. KESHLEK,
M. H. Brenton and “Chino”
Thochildren of the Burns Public afllicted with the scab, the «beep
or J B. V/Kutler, Kee'y
Berdugo are in from the I* ranch.
School were treated to a sleigh ride being the Hollis and Richard
If you toot your little looter and
Tommy Sagers bus accepted a Tuesday afternoon. There were five Smith bands on Cottonwood. Other
then lay aside your horn, there’«
four horse bobs, ami judging from sheep and stock, he says, are in
not a soul in ten short days will position at the Cottage Hotel.
Lonsdale Cumin ie 9 yards One the joyous shouts the occasion was fine condition ami are faring much
know that you were born. The
better than «lock on this side of
man who gather« pumpkin« is the Dollar Cash. N. Brown A Sons. much enjoyed.
mao who plows nil dav, and the
Jorgenson bus a complete line of
dispatch to the Oregonian of
man who keep* it humping ia the stationary; school supplies; books,
W. E. 2EI30H. ?rcpri«ter.
announces (he death of
man who makes it pay. The man
Chicago. They’re so reasonable in I Martin Mason Hazeltine at Baker
who advertises with a short und
-------- BEST OF W1NF.8, LIQUORS AND CIGAR«!.
prices too. Robinson A Walton, City on the 16th. Mr. Hazeltine
cud leu jerk, is the man who blames
was the oldest photographer on the fWDrinks mixed to suit your taste. Courteous treatment guaranted
the editor becauHe it didn't work. spending a few days in the county will take your order,
The mail who get« the hiisine*« i seat.
I. II. Holland, book-keeper for Pacific Coast. He was born in Ver
take« a long and «toady pull, and
lied Bell, Dixie Queen Tobacco. the Pacific Livestock Co., was in mont, July 31. 1827. in 1850 he Your patronage Solicited.
keep* die local paper from y<- tr to 50 ct« per pound. N. Brown A the city from Burns Monday. Mrs crossed the plains to California,
year quite full. He pl in* his ad I Sons.
Holland accompanied her husband where he remained two years. Re
vertising in a careful, thoughtful , Al Weatherly, of Drewsey, spent as far as Vale and is visiting with turning to Vermont, he took up
way, and keep; forever nt it until several day« in Burns during the relatives there.—Ontario Democrat. the study of photography, and re
turned to California again in 1853.
he make* it pay. He hue fuilh in week.
The P. P. P. ball last night was
then be has followed the bus
all the future,can withstand a mid
well attended and in every sense a
of photography until last
den «hock, and. like the man of
successful affair. Music was furn year. He was the official photog
Scripture, ha« his business on n
ished by the Burns orchestra, con
rapher of the Pacific and O. R. A N.
sisting of Miss Dora Caldwell,
railroads for many years. The de
If you are in need of glasses con
Among the numerous affidavits sult Jorgenson the optician and piano; John Dennis, violin and ceased was an unde of Mrs. John
Frank Paul, cornet.
which have been received at the jeweler.
All giaJes of chewing tobacco 50
land office within the past few
Marcus Zeigenfus is in receipt of
Chas Fields, of Wild Horse, was cents per pound. N. Brown A bons.
day« ia the following, which is
le ter from Sot Kchubener. of
nothing if not unique: “I-------- up as a witness in the Mirando-
Parties who have been over the Sehubener Bros, merchants at
Carlson water case.
on oath «ay that I am the identical
range in a number of localities ad Denio, which in part is as follows:
James Sampson, who is driving jacent to Harney Valley say that a “Every thing is looking bright in
person who nrule application for a
homestead. That I wn« a widow j the team at the P ranch, was in large number of horses have died i mining circles. Ashdow n is work-
when I made «aid application and Burns a few days the first of the during the winter and that if the I ing 20 men and running his 5-
«ingle and am «till in the same fix.” ■ week.
winter holds on much longer there stamp mill night and day. turning
That «he should have been n
Miss Augusta Corum, agent for will be a large loss in all kinds of out from #150 to #200 per day and
widow and at the «aine time «ingle the “Masonic History of the North stock.
ore enough in sight to run 3 years,
is to «ay the leant somewhat singu west,” was a guest at the French
Harry Clendenen came over from lleexpectsto put up a 20-stamp
lar; but the moat essential infor Hotel this week.
the Buchanan station last Saturday mill in the Spring. Canfield has
mation to rude Sam,« official« is
loaded at Waters A Hagev’s just returned from the East with
Mrs. J. Devine, of Baker City,
that «lie was «till in the same fix
6200 pounds of baled hay for j more capital and will start up in
was visiting in Ontai io this week,
—The Dalle« Chronicle.
stock at the station. This is ( a few davs with a full crew. I had
; the guest of her neice, Mrs. Lulu
Simpson of the Chicago Millinery ' a pretty good load for four horses a little work down in the White
j but the trip was made without Elephant and struck a 3 foot ledge
A man left hi« umbrella in the Parlors.—Ontario Democrat.
that assays $29.(0.
«land in a hotel recently with a
Hermann Blackwell informs us
card bearing the following inscrip- that he bus accepted a joli from his
Secretary Hitchcock has ordered every thing into consideration I
tion attached to it: “This umbrella uncle H. Y. ILackwell, of Burns, the discontinuance of the services look forward to quite a stir in the
belong* to a man who can deal a and will soon depart for that place. of Edward N. Deady, of Portland, Spring. We have had the heaviest
blow of 250 pound« weight. I shall — Long Creek Light.
as special agent of the Land Office, snow storm in years.”
lie back in tun minute«.” On re
Deady wus employed to assist In SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.
Send N. Brown A Sons your spector Greene in liis ¡investigation
turning to «e< k his property
in its place a orders for Boots and Shoes during of land frauds in Oregon, and has
Twenty-five completed that work.
card inscribed thus: “This card the next, HO days.
was left here by a man who can
There will be a mass meeting at
run twelve miles an hour. I shall cept Queen Quality.
the court house Friday evening,
N. Brown A Sons.
not bo back ”—Ex
M. Zieger.fus is in receipt of a I February 27, for the purpose of
The tax list for 1902 will be in
patent on a well drill a description I nominating candidates to be voted
hands of the sheriff by the first
Eor a bilious attack take Cham of which was published in this i for at the citv election March 3.
Those who pav e their
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab paper some ti ne ago. He bus al The offices to be filled are Mayor, I
first of March will re
let« and a quick cure is certain ready received a number of offers two Counciliuen, Recorder, Treas
of three per cent.
For sale by II. M. Horton. Hurns; from buyers.
urer and City Marshall.
date and before
Fred Haines, Harney.
The largest and most complete April 1st they will receive no re
A letter from Johnnie Caldwell
to his paronts states that he has stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods. bate, but no penalty will be attach
S tate of O hio ,C ity of T oi . kdo . a
L fscas C ov . viv .
just passed his final examination in Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats, ed. After April 1st the penalties
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that history and that he will complete I Boots and Shoes and Groceries in commence and do not stop until
he is senior partner of the firm of the eighth grade at the clove of the Eastern Oregon. Sold at one price your property is gone—and then
F. J. Cheney A- Co., doing business I present term of school.
I to all. Every thing first class and some.
in the City of Toledo, County and
Charley Johnson slipped on the ' we solicit the patronage of the
Stomach 'I rouble.
State aforesaid, and that said firm ice while crossing Main street from people of Harney County- N. Brown
been troubled with mv
will pay the sum of One Hundred Welcome's drug store Monday I A Sons.
the past four years,"
Dollars for each and every case of night, breaking the bone in his
W. R. Rutherford, of this place,
of Clover Nook
Caturrh that cannot be cured by
upper left arm. The arm is brok i took first prize in the local orator Farm, Greenfield, Mass. “A few
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
en in the same place a* some ical contest held at Monmouth days ago I was induced to buy a
Frank J. Cheney.
months ago. Charley surely has a last Friday. The subject of his Imx of Chamberlain’s Stomach and
Sworn to liefore me and subscrib
l oration was “The Western Type.”
hoodoo camped on his trail.
i Liver Tablets. I have taken part
ed in my presence, this (¡th day o
This victory will entitle him to en
i of them and feel a great deal better.”
Percale 3(1 inches 10 cents. N.
December, A. D. 1886.
ter tho state oratorical contest
i If you have any trouble with your
A. W. Gleason, I
which will be held at Eugene
stomach try a box of these Tablets.
WAGONS! WAGON'S i
1 March 13, where his many friend
You are certain to be pleased with
We will sell you a Mitchell, from this county’ hope be may
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in
1 the result. Price 25 cents. For
ternally, and nets directly on the Rushford or Webber Farm Bed again prove the victor. Last year ’ sala by H. M. Horton. Burns: Fred
i he was a member of the Monmouth
blood and mucous surfaces of the I Wagon;
3] Steel Skein #85.00
lebating team which took first
system. Send for testimonials, free.
prize. Mr. Rutherford is a son of
F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, 0,
11» KM You Hava Always Bought
Ex-County Judge and Mrs. C. P.
Sold by all Druggist, 75c.
| Send your orders to us, O. C. Co Rutherford.
Hall's Family Pills are the lawt.
Burns Drug Store
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
Lunaberg & Dalton
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL