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About Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1903)
Local and General.
Oregonian and Items, $200
Seed Grain, N. Brown A Sons.
Fay ( omegya is a visitor in town.
March 17.— K. of P., Grand Bull.
Wheat, barley, out a. N. Brown
Don’t forgot the K. ot I*., grand
bull, March 17.
J. W. Buchanan wan over from
Harney this week.
Lonsdale Muslins 11 yards $1.00
N. Brown A. Sons.
Thurtduy’s O-B stage did not
arrive until lust night.
Of prescriptions in no child*« piny.
It requires conacientioue caro and
accurate knowledge of drugs and
thei’ relations to each other. We
take an lmneat pride in (lie purity
R. R. Sitz, of Lawen, was u visitor
of our drugs, and the skill and ac several (lavs this week.
curacy with which we compound
The m-w city officers take their
l.ein on your pliyeiciau’a orc«r.
offices next Wednesday.
Tims. Jenkins is in from the
Diamond Valley country.
Burns Drug Store
Stockmen look pleased ns they
watch the snow rapidly disappear
If you are in need of glasses con
sult Jorgenson the optician arid
Geo. A. Smyth, of Diamond, is
spending a few days in the city on
C. G. Cornett, the I’rineyille and
Burns stage man, was here looking
after business this week.
The friendly chinook struck us
this week and the water has been
coming down the hills in torrents.
The Burns Fire Department gave
a bnn juet to the business men of
the city Tuesday night at the city
A rangements aro being complet
ed bv the members of Inland Lodge
No, 70. Knights of 1’ythias, tor
their first annual ball on March 17.
Nothing is being overlooked to
make this the swellest affair of the
season. Don't misa it. Tho vari-
ous committees are:
General—F. O. Jackson, H. E.
Thompson, J. J. Donegan.
A rrangementa—Thornton Will-
ianis, Dalton Biggs, G. A. Reinbold,
John M. Budelman.
Hull and Music- -*.i. B. Waters,
Charles Lewis, Frank I’au), James
Reception—Mrs. W. E. Triad),
Mrs. 1. S. Geer, Mrs. H. E. Thomp
son, Sam Mothershead, Julian
Byrd, F. S. Rieder.
Floor—C. F. McKinney, C. IL
Peterson, James F. Mahon, A. M.
Byrd, H. Richardson, C. N. Coch
rane, A. Venator, R. A. Miller,
James Paul, Geo. A. Smyth, I. S.
About the 1st of March we will begin "taking stock“ and
will until that time aose out many useful articles for less
than actual cost, IMe need room for our Spring Stock. Tho
cash and room is worth more to us than the goods, the more we
sell the less we have to invoice. Now is the time to secure
bargains. Call and see if we don't mean business.
Lunabcrg & Dalton
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
(¡rad i itA* of the School are in i-onstant
demand at.salariea ranging from $40,00 to
$100.00 per month. Students take Uia
state exaiainatiuni during their course
in the school andjire prepared,U> receive
State Certificates on graduation,
Ex|»em- -i range from $ 120.00 to $175.00
Strung Normal course and well equip
ped Training Department.
The fail term opens^Hept. Id.
For catalogue containing full informa»
E. D. liEKSLER,
Wash Harkness is over from the
Tents, wagon sheets and bed
Agency valley on business.
covers used bv sheepmen sold by
L L. Poujade, of Cow Creek, was N. Brown A Sons. Send us your
County Court Proceedings.
in town on business Thursday.
In the matter of insuring the
Mrs. Elma Jones is having an
Dr. •’’rances M.Tillerof Schnee-
douse, furniture and records.
addition built to her residence.
tady, New York, is in Burns look
or J B. '¿Butler, Sec y
HATH KPA Y, MAIU’H U 1903.
authorized to insure same
Andrew L. Sproul has been reap- ing over the country with a view of as follows: $4,OOOon building; $1000
locating in this section.
on furniture; $1000 on records.
The beat way to get business is imintid postnaster at Ontario.
Inland Lodge, No. 70, Knights
In the matter of bids to grade
(>> make an effort for it, and if this I 'Valter Cross was down from his
Island road. Two bids were
is important nt one B'-uson of the j
received, one from Jos. T. Barnes
year it is important at all seasons.
All giudes of chewing tobacco 50
There are many who will not have cents per pound. N. Brown A Sons. nouncement of committees in an for $933, and the other from John
W. E. 72I3CH. Prepristcr.
the op|mrtunity to do more than
E, Johnson for $1745. Contract j
merely announce their intention of
New line of Clothing samples
doing what is fair for the people. home on Upp rSilvies Wednesday. just received by N. Brown A Sons.
In the matter of the final settle
BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOARS.
There are others who are anxious
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Dibble, of A Fit guaranteed and every gar ment with W. E. Harris, supervisor
to expand ami who have the ability ' Silver Creek, were visitors in Burns ment handled by us is made by of Road district. No. 15. It appear f if Drinks mixed to suit your taste. Courteous treatment guaranted
to plan the expansion and to get | this week.
ing that said su|iervisor has col
the beat for the energy expended.
lected the sum of $182.45 belonging Your patronage Solicited.
Jasper Davis and W. I). Martin,
The ’ "p-shearing machine re to said district and has failed to
The time to work for better busi
of Harney, were over on business cently ordered bv G. W. Waters
ness is all the time, and the way to |
account thereto-, he is ordered to
und the Jenkins Bros, is at the rail do so by the first day of the next |
be sure of Iwtb r business is to do
Register Newell’s family have road, and will be brought in in regular term of court.
what will bring it. There are no
points of business enlargement moved to their desert claim south time for the shearing season.
In the matter ofthe appointment
n be neglected if a nier-
of a supervisor tor Road district.
SEND JN YOl’R ORDERS.
chant wants to do nil he can in a
A pair of full slock BAH, Royal
SEED GRAIN. No. 1. Cary Thornburg appointed.
given vi ar. The year will beat show Cow Boy Boots reduced to $5.25.
In the matter of the bids to grade
the n nils of his efforts if he starts N. Brown A Sons.
Lampshire Lane. Continued
win : the year is young and makes
H. W. Welcome A Co., exjicct to
the best of lilt* opportunities of each commence the removal of their stock
matter of bids to build
N. Brown A Sons.
day. Keep the business booming to their new quarters today.
the Stenkcn Water Mouutain
Governor Chamberlain has filed Road. Two bids were received the
all through the year in order to be
the office of the secretary of state one by J. W. Buchanan and J. O. L
sure that the greatest amount may
be reached as u total for that year. Smith, was in the city on business the bill passed just before the ad Caulfield tor $2350 being the lowest £
journment of the recent legislature they were awarded the contract. i»
What is needed is action which severul days during the week.
will make business, intelligence
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Baker came
which will properly guide action, in from the OO ranch Monday and 000 for the relief of veterans of the son tor $2690.
mid energy which will give the mer were guests in the city a few days. Indian wars of 1852 and 1856. This
Scalps to the amount of $896 r.
will rnuke about $300 to each living and numbering 448 counted and
chant the stamina to keep at his
work until it is finished. The year
will show the advantage of the
Bills to the amoua of$980.54
The largest and most complete
Successors to R. A. Miller it Co.
activity of the early months. The of the poatofiice fitted up for an stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, were allowed.
iiiiiotinl of business will lie greater
Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats,
C. J. Johnson, of Lawen, accom
the merchant hustled when others
Don’t be afraid to be called a
Boots and Shoes and Groceries in
panied by one of his little daugh
” The man who helps
Eastern Oregon. Sold at one price
ters, was in Burns a couple of days
fellow along does two
to all. Every thing first class and
It’s a real pleasure to wear the this week.
and in the end gets his
we solicit the patronage of the
fine fitting clothes made by Strauss
Elliot Lyons, the murderer of people of Harney County- N. Brown reward—if he doesn’t get it in the
Bros., America’s Leading Tailors, Sheriff Withers of Lane County
neck. There is no gospel that does
Chicago. They’re so reasonable in has been sentenced to be hanged
more for this world than the gospel
prices too. Robinson A Walton, April 17.
The latest railroad talk is a line of boosting and it has the sanction
will take your order,
from California north to either of divine authority for it is nothing I
Governor Richards, of Wyoming,
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Butte, Montana, or Celilo Falls, less tnan the gospel of charity—
For a bilious attack take Cham has begun aciinipaign against Presi
Oregon. The movement is said to the substance of the best too re
berlain’s Stomach and Liver Tab dent Roosevelt’s renomination on be backed by the Northern Pacific,
ligious teaching. There is no labor
lets ami a quick cure is certain the issue of his forestry policy.
which has long wanted an outlet too arduous to be sweet when some
For sale by 11. M. Horton. Burns ;
The dynamo has been installed at San Francisco so that it might ■ one speaks kind words of apprecia
Free I II nines, Harney.
in the new power house ofthe elec hold the other lines level in all tion. A little praise or friendly
Chicago tric light plant east of town, and transcontinental competition.
encouragement seems to make blood
for one power is now scoured by means of
It is current report here today circulate through the tired limbs
that our townsman James J. Don- with fresh energy; it makes the
Send N. Brown A Sons your negan of the Capitol Saloon has en weary throw back his head and
Jorgenson has n complete line of orders for Boots and Shoes during
couraging prospects of appointment take a full breath of reviving air
stationary; school supplies; books, the next (¡0 days. Twenty-five
to the receivership of the U. S. into his lungs; it brings restful
cents reduction on all foot wear ex Land Office at this place. Jimmy’s dreams at night. And all this is
cept Queen Quality.
Oregonian and Items, $2.00.
numerous friends here will be pleas accomplished at almost no cost
to see him in a position where whatever, The “booster” is not
Only 15 times in the last 132
S tate of O hio ,C ity of T oleoo J
L uscas C ounty .
years have we had a month of Feb lie can recoup the amount of his poorer but richer for his generosity ;
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ruary like the one just past in the losings on his favorite(II. W. Cor- he is the man who moves things
ho is senior partner of the firm of respect that each day occurs four bett)tor U. S. Senator, two years and keeps everything going but a
F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business times. In the next 50 years the ago. Jimmy is by no means unre neighborhood quarrel. Blessed is
in the City of Toledo, County and same coincidence will occur five sourceful, if occasionally unfortu the “booster” for he shall inherit
the earth—if some one don’t break
State aforesaid, and that said firm times.
for your new Fall garments. It is the only proper
will pay the sum of One Hundred
Percale 86 incites 10 cents. N. the will.—Ex.
Everything new for Spring will
and satisfactory way of buying your clothes.
Dollars for each and every case of be in during this month, Bad Brown A Sons.
Make your selection from the tailoring line of
Red Bell. Dixie Queen Tobacco.
Catarrh that cannot be cured by roads or not our stock of new goods
Mr. I). P. Daugherty, well known 50 cts per pound. N. Brown A
the use of Hull’s Catarrh Cure.
will be here and the newest and throughout Mercer and Summer Son 8.
Good tailors for over a quarter century.
Frank J. Cheney.
best goods in the market will be counties, W. Va., most likely owes
S’torn to before me and subscrib shown by us this season. We so
You’ll find a world of pleasure in wearing the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
his life to the kindness of a neigh-
ed in my presence, this 6th day o licit tho patronage of the ladies
clothes made by Strauss Bros—faultless in style,
j bor. He was almost hopelessly af U S Land office, Burns, Oregon, March 4,1903.
December, A. I) 1X8(1.
Notice is hereby given that the following,
fit, finish and materials. They’re so much better
and will try and please you. N. flicted with diarrhoea ; was attend named
settler has filed notice of bin intention
A. W. Gleason,
the ordinary run of clothes, yet prices are
Brown A Sons.
ed by two physicians who gave nim to make final proof in support of his claim, and
astonishingly low and you’re perfectly safe in
that said proof will be made before Register ami
little, if any, relief, when a ueigh- Receiver at Burns, Oregon, on April 13, 1903,
WAGONS! WAGONS i
ordering, because if garments are not satisfactory,
We will sell you a Mitchell, bor learning of his serious condi Vi«: Hd Entry, No.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
you needn't take them. We will be pleased to
John H. Culp,
ternally. and acts directly on the Rushford or Webber Farm Bed tion, brought him a bottle of Cham for the SL,NW^.
Sec. 2, Tp.23 8 , R
snow you samples—Call
berlain’s Colie, Cholera and Diar 31 E. W. M.
blood and mucous surfaces of the Wagon ;
He names the following witnesses to prove
rhoea Remedy, which cured him in his continuous residence upon and cultivation
3| Steel Skein $85.00
system. Rend for testimonials, free.
less than twenty-four hours, For of said land, viz:
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O,
Ernest Williams, Ira Williams, George W.
sale by H. M. Horton, Burns; Ered Shaw
Sold by all Druggist, 75c.
and Ray Dickenson, all of Burns, Oregon
Wn F abhr , Register.
Hull's Family Fills are the l»eat. I Send your orders to us, O. C. Co Haines, Harney.
U. W. WELCOMED CO.,
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
The Capital Saloon
H Miller & Thompson,
Have your measure taken
Strauss Bros«, i»™ Chicago