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Local and General.
Bargain« st Jorgensen's.
Oregonian und Items. 1’2 «MI
E. C. Bulkier, the well known
Silvie» Valley rancher, wiiu in
Burn« Titexlny submitting li il it'I ill
proof on his desert claim.
Jami*« E. Mahon 1» in from
home in Anderson Valley.
daughter Pearl, who ha» been
tending school here will accompany
him on his return homo.
I It. Ilaseltins, of Cvnron City,
»pent several day» hi Bums thi»
week <>ti bu»im«».
GREAT MILLINERY SALE!
Big reduction in Ladies’ and Chil
dren’» «treat liai«, mid Children'»
trimmed lints. Don't overlook one
of the greatest bargain» ever offered
in Burn«. Culi ut the home of
Mrs. G. W. Cummins.
Burns Drug Store
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS
Mr». Arthur Stone uml Miss
Alma Bow<-r«, of Harney, are visit
ing in Burns today.
> I - .
mid see him for bargains.
Mrs. Fred Haines, of Harney
wits the guest of Mrs. Ione Whiting
at her home northeast of Burns
Lost one two-year old cow with
Tuesday, and came in to attend
calf Braud, on rib» 00, and 7 on
n me« ting of the Women wf Wood
«me hip ami 72 on tin* other. I will
«■raft in the evening mid wae pres-
pay ♦•* reward for her recovery.
«-lit at the bunqllet.
We will sell you a Mitchell,
or Webber Farm 1 Bed
Ill« life Snvi «1 by Chamberlain’»
t olic, tliolira mid Diarrhoea
Ö J Steel Skein $S5.t'O
“B. L. Byer.a well known coop« r
of this town, say» he lielie vest'ham-
brrlu'ii'« Colic, Cholera and Diar
Semi your orders to us, O. C.
rhoea Remedy sav««l his life hist
A quiet wedding occurred at the
summer. lie hud been sick for u
month with what the doctors cull ' residence of Mrs. Hattie Jones in
bilious dysentery, »ml could get this city ”t high noon today, the
nothing to <lo him any good until contracting parties being Mr. S. H.
be tried this remedy. It gave him 1». Webdel i»nd Miss l.etm Movers,
immediate relief, says B. I. Little, both of Drewsey. The ceremony
merchant, Hancock, Md. For rule was performed by Justice (1. I,
bv II M. Horton, Burns; Fred King of this city.— Ontario Demo
Haines, lla-m v.
b.STK A v.
•• tiíi ;
The Women of Woodcraft gave a
banquet to a number of invited
guests Tuesilav evening at the
l.O. O. F. hull. The ladies are
pii-l masters in the cullinary de
partment n.id all the the gmxl
things known to the science were
served. While waiting lor the
coffee to ’ bile,” Mother Whiting
favored the aseemldago with one of
her enjoyable recitations.
saiwactoky htoki :
•'BKOW N M*
We «ell the best clothing at the lowest prices.
the lurg«-«l »tuck. We sell clothing made to wear well-
look well ami fit well. We have twenty years of successful
retailing to back u» t.p. COME TO SEE L'S
For your Clothing
For your Boy’s Clothing
For your Children’s Clothing
JohnGarrelt and wife und «lunch-
t« i Mr«. Miller, arrived in Burns
Monday fr«>:n their Imme in the
Okunogan countiy, Wushii gtur«,oti
a visil to relative« und friende in
Jmlgc James A. Sparrow went
The Oregonian of the 21st.,
up to the McKinney sawmill yes
w il.I. <-Ki.iaiii \ ti : l oi it i li
stat«» that .Mary E. Bower» has
terday on business.
been ap)«>inte«l postmistress nt
W E. Triwh li»» add«-! a wind Harney, vic« Fre«l Haines, resign-
A meeting wa« held nt Parrish
A ll<-mb «Id’s otliec WeJne»dav mill Io the imptovriiont« on his ed. 'Die appointment ha» Ix-eu
«-veiling to «11« ct an org miration residence prop«-rty.
expected for some lime as Mr.
which i* to make arrangements for
Jenki n* Jenki n», a »hrepmuii Haines liii-l sent iu Li» resignation
the proper observance of the of 11 ippy Valley, was in tlm city over »ix months ago.
Fourth of July.
Father tl. It. Sunday on busim s».
Mrs. IL E. Thompson. Mrs. M.
Dm b* w«« «1« • < J president a I.d I
William H. Burn» was in the M <’u hing, Mrs. W. L. Marsden,
V Cochran«* »«cretsrv.
gel oral committee to have Dill citi Monday to m «k- proof on his Mrs. C. H Voegtly, ar.d Mr*. A. W.
Gowan were pnwscngers on the
charge of affair« na« appoint- Immistead near Narrow»,
City stage tbi* morning
c«l and Iwsidi « the al*ov«.- <l!i«<-r»
Receiver Cha«. Newell left ibi»
I'orttaml to att< mi th«*
i» C4>m|XMe«l of * I Schwarts. 11. E morning on u biisin«-«» trip to the
Grand Lodg«' which
Tbonips-iii. Jami« Dalton, H. M railroad, via Canyon City.
Horton au l J J Donegan,
Dave Bond and wife return« >1
oth*-r coinmitt««*» nre
Nine government surveyors ar
this week from I
u i Comlon
rived in Burn» Wednesday uml are
where they have i
« I tering,
laarn Brown, C. Cummins, F. S.
now engaged in n survey of the
R, Hankins, >•
>n t brother, reservoir site in Silvi«-» valley.
Entertainment—Father I >0) Ir, uml William Be
ere down Survey of the ditches from the pro-
flout Silvie» Tue«
Mr» Tii»< li, Mr* l.<«maui.
and busi- po-*. J reservoir will also b-> made.
Decora!ion—Janie» D.ilton, John ne»«.
We understand the party will re
Dennis, John Saxton, Chus. Me-
main in thi» M’ctlon until the snow
Geo. Water» cm
drives them out thia Fall.
from the «hearing ■
Athletic Sport» -I. Schwarts. r<-|«>rt» il in fine rum
The I a*>< bull hoys will give a
Ches. Smith, William Me Kinney.’ at work.
dance ut Inicher’i* Hull. June 5,
Surveyor Frank ' > In; informi* 1*JU3, to raise funds to secure the
Firework«—li. M Horton.
us that he located six Portland neces.-ary 'w«apon» of war*’ to
The program, though not yet
drummers on some of Uncle Sam slay their old tims rivals, the
completed will consist of literary
uel » «Ionian last week.
Cunyon City aggregation, who are
exercise», athletic »|«>rls, vaquero
scheduled to do buttle* for bsseball
race», liarbecue el«1 Arrangements
Miss I! se'.ta Eastland, formerly
are le-iiig nia«ie to have lhe,t unyoii n teacher in the Burn« public school honors on th«* home tiehl July I.
out and help the boys score u
City ba-- l-ali ami bn«krtl- ill trams has been r<—lectri! a« ono of the i I Turn
contest with li e local teams
The teacher» iu the Pattersun school in
Fifteen cents was offered for one
country in general i* invited to Eugene.
clip of wool in Boise yesterday,
join ill making this one of the
R. A M Her, Dr. W. L Marsden,
g’.an«l«'»l celebrations witnessed in C E. lx* i y< n and Thus Allen will which was refused by the owner.
Owing to shortage of the Montan i
leave for l\>rt!uml Monday, where
clip, thi dealers are bidding a trille I
tiny ga to attend the Masonic
beyond what the eastern market
Oregonian ami Items. $2 • hi .
warrants. It is tin* gi-neral belief
Jorgensen is still to the front
W. D. P>ak«*r and wife of Drew- that wool will reach 16 cents be-
with low price«. Call ami ••«• his sey parsed through Ontario this loie the sea-on closes.—Huntington
line of watches, clocks, jewelry, week enroute to Portland to attend Herald.
t lie I <). O. E. grand lodge.-—
Lost, between Burns and Cow
For a bilious attack tai;«" Chain-
Creek a small pocket book contain
la-rlaiu'» Stomach nml l.«ver lab-
Therein the first of the week has ing three notes and some receipts,
lets in <la quick < i>rc is certain done i> great deal for the range ami also some |«o«iiiy pictures ami a
Farmers who were pocket knife with the namo of W.
For rule by II M H orlon, Burn» ; gram crop.
beginiiing to feel d< jected are now T. Hardy. Baker City. Or . on the
Ft«‘«i Haines, Hnrnay.
handle. Finder will please leave
It's n real pleasure to wear the w, a ring a pleasant smile.
J wgonsen will dis|>ose of hi« en al this othce or forward to Mr
fine fitting cloth, s made by Strauss
Io. America's L -«'iIng i allora, tile stock of wat -lies, clocks, jewel Hardy ill John Dav, who will pay
books and stationery nt u reasonable reward for their re
Chicago. They’re so reasonable in ry,
Il«* means business. Call cover) .
prices too. lt.diinson A Multon, cost.
will take your order.
F A. Eord, the well known com
McMullen the photographer up- mercial traveler, an«l Mr». Minnie
posit« tlm bank.
M. Diurni» wire united in marriage
D iii'l fmg*-t the baseball boy'a at Canyon City last Sunday.
«lane«* next Fri«lay.
It 1« stated by parties who have
I. Schwartz left this morning on visited tint various localities that n
a busim-ss trip to Portland.
greater purl of the Harney County
Samuel Mickcl, of Hurney, WON fruit crop wuh ktl'cd by th«
over on busini-SM Wednesday.
A Venator cam« in from Crum*
Of prescription« is no child*« play I Crc*-k .. ..... lay on land business.
It r.-quir«-» I'oiiacinutio in «’are mid
George Marsha!! wtmdown from
accurate knowledge of drug» ami Ills lioum on Trout Creek Wc«ln< *•
llieir relation« b> each otb* r. Wo «fay.
lake «n hoiicHt pti<hi m the purity
Final examination* ar« belnx
of our drug«, «i.«l the »kill «nd u<* I belli in the Burn« public school
curacy with wliioli w<< coin|Hiiii)d
hem on your physician's order.
C. It. P<-t«-r»<iu ami E«l. Stauff«-r
came in from i rune t'revk Tu**»day
¡I W. WEIX'OYli: A <’O„
We'll prove conclusively and lieyond question that our
price« on clothing are absolutely the lowest for dependable
When yen visit our store look at oar roods in
tile Dry Goods and Shoe Department*. Hr have
goods tnat are seasonable and our prices will not
prote anything else hut reasonable.
We have a special staff to fill country orders.
I*<*cor:ition l>ay Observed.
The morning exercises of the
I tecoration Pay services were In Id
at the Presbyterian church this
morning commencing at 10 o’clock.
The church was crowded to hiar
Our S ■ K line of goods will soon lie on display. Call and
the program which was as follows; ; see us am.
jr prices. Quality of goods the higbetd; prices
I seeing is believing.
Invocation. Father <!. B. Doyle.
Song. Gills of the primary de
partment of public school.
S< riplural reading. Rev. Black.
Address, Dalton Biggs,
Song. Misses Ilarkev and How- I
lira's pupils of public school.
Recitation,“Rest,’’ Mrs. Irwin.
Address, A. W. Gowan.
Song. Male quartet.
Poem, Prof. M. E. Rigby.
Song, Boys of public scnool.
Announcement of burials.
I., WOLD EX BERG, SR., Proprietor.
The following old soldiers have
The services of a brewer of long years experience b*s been se
found a final resting place in the
cured and the product of tins Brewery is of the best grade iu else J
lace a trial order and you will not be disap
Janes Parker, Co. I..«Pth O. Car.
I. oui* E. Joy, Co. G, (»1st Mass.
II. D. Willetts, 2nd Ky. Inf.
W. M. Brown, --------- Iowa Inf.
G. X. Cold. Mexican War Vet.
The decoration of graves will take
place this afternoon.
Lunaberg & Dalton
Harney Valley Brewery
Jorgenson has a complete line of
stationary; school supplies; books,
S tate of O iiio .C ity . of T oi . eim U
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
be is senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County ami
State aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of One Hundred
Dollars for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib
ed in my pr«i»ence, this (’«th day ot
Decemlwr, A. D. 1SS(>.
A. W. Gleason.
Mr D. P. Daugherty, well known
throughout Mercer ami Summer ■
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in
counties, W. \ a., most likely owes
ternally. ami nets directly on the
his life to the kindness of n neigh
blood and mucous surfaces of the
bor. 11« was almost hojielessly af-
system. Semi for testimonials, free.
llicted with diarrhoea; was attend
F. J. ('lit ney A Co.. Toledo, O.
ed bv two physicians who gavenim
Sold by all Druggist. 7‘ h *.
little, if any, re.ief, when a neigh
Hull's Family Pills are the l>e*t
bor learning of his serious condi
tion. brought him a bottle of Chaui-
O A. S T O TT. I TV.
_/),tl3 *m<* You Haw Always Boujtt
berlnin’s Colic, Cholera ami Diar Bmr» th*
rhoea Remedy, which cured him ini
less than twenh-four hours, For
Yhe Kind Yaa Haw Always BcugM
jsal«' by 11. M. Horton. Burns; Ered B-»r< th«
I Haines, Harney.
Miller & Thompson
Successore to R. A. Miller 4: Co.