Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, June 13, 1903, Image 1

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Cruatest Valley of Eastern Oregon.
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The Best Advertising
Medium.
BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. JUNE 13. 1903.
TRESPASSING HOT
ALLOWED
I'rogrtn«i lor < .'«•tebratlon.
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Burna will have a three days'
celebration Fourth ol July week as
follow«.-
July 2— Two cne-quarier mile
fitM-li I« flic l «-r«ll>'t In the <'n»«• vaquero race*, purse $50 each, ami
ni Hu* I* !.. 8.Co vu. Kenneth
a special one «pmrter mile race free
Alurrftj.
forall Harney county horaeu, purwt
$100.
July o—Track meet ami basket
ball
gatueigirlr). Band boys gram!
At tho recent terw> of circuit
ball in the evening.
court liebl st Canyon Citv. the
July I.—At ten o’clock parade
case of the Pacific Live Stock Co. followed by literary program at
v« Kenneth Murray. *»« tried by Floral Hull.
n jury and the company wm award­ Selection, Burns Band.
Riadingof Declaration, Mrs. A.
ed $<r>2.*i damages. A motion for a
J. Irwin.
. new trial was filed.
Song, Columbia Qurirtet.
Tins verdict prsaibly mean«
Ì much to the grazing interests, «ays , Bits of Humor, Mt. Mt-it'le.
th«- Eagle. However, it is under­ Song, Columbia Quartet.
Finn.
stood that a iiuiiiber of the jury, Oration, Hon. A.
Selection, Burn« Band.
were in favor of larger damages, not
for damage» actually doni-, but I In the afternoon, a bu«-eball game
more m a fine for trespaesing u|ion and the events for boys under 14
years of age. In the evening, a
the deeded lands of others.
This verdict is significant since street illumination.
it means that >i willful trespasser
must atone to the offended law,
The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean
ami is u death blow to outside ¡a the only weekly newspaper ptib-
i.tockinen, since it takes a large lished in Chicago in connection
territory from the beret.dore pub- with the great daily papera. It
lie gracing laud» and lesscua their { contains a judiciously selected
chance for summer range for their summary oi the news of the nation
bands.
and world, the best stories, home.
To the local »tockmen it means (firm, woman's, and other special
that they must be more careful in departments, and fair, patriotic,
the filiere, ami avoid infringing able editorial», written from a Re-
upon the right» olothers.
¡publican viewpoint. It is by far
It is l«-urm*<l that it i« the in- 'the best general newspaper ot the
tention of the Pacific Live Stock j Western Slates. The regulur price
Company Io vigorously prosecute foi
‘ the Weekly Inter Ocean is $1.00
all who trespass on their lands, und for the Harney Valley Items
whether fenced or unfeiieed.
>1^50, jitil subscriptions will l»e re-
ceivi«d at this ofhee for the two
INTO mi: IM IIKIOK
papers in combi.lation for one year
! for only $1.50.
r»-r imr.
Ml« Month« 1!b < rnti.
SALES CALLED OFF
f
DID NOT HOLD HIS PEACE.
A« a Kraill I he VI «tallott J'r»««««M wUA
Aaetber 4sr«H*»n-
ill
“I
a inoiinlD.o
m
MclJoweU enuriLy. W. \ a..” aaela writer
in tin- Waebington Star. “Everythin
went along smoothly at fir«t.
The
cabin vriw brilliantly lighted with i-aie-
dlr*s and one of the tawt fiddlers in the
country was pet-sent to furnish music
for th«- dance to follow the wedding
«errmauy. Nothing uccurri-d to ma'
the prix • «-ding- until »In- minia'er emu«
to the |x/n«t where he invited nuyouc
who hint any thing to say why theco«i-
plc should not enter tbe lionxfsof mat­
rimony to «peak or tbm-after hold hi«
l«-a«-e, wTii-ii a r ougli-looking noun tain •
eer arose and «aid:
‘•‘Anything ter nay. pirson? Wall.
I reckon I hev. I her jllus intended
ter marry that gal roynelf. an’ ther
feller knowed it, »o be ji-s* krp' out<-n
rny wav. 1 s~ut 'im word to pre|«re
for a In kin*, an' he lef the country,
but kep' a-writin ter the gal. Now.
!*m here ter make my word gcual. an"
Tore this hym <■ ves,t go«M any farder.
the taller-faced coward has me ter
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"In vain »he preacher tried to restore
order. A ring was soon sr|uared in
the center of the room and the men
went at it. in about tea rarntrtes th--
groom i t.noun- ed that hi hoden'uffh.
end the victor, taking the arm of the
I lushing bride, deliberately changed
the groom’s name in the niarriace li­
cense to hi« own. while the vanqufobed
lover made his c«ca|>e. Everybody ap-
pi-JiivI to be >ati«flid. and the marriage
I
took ¡ lace aa though nothing had oc-
c-.-.rred to mar the solemnit j-of the occa­
sion.**
The wool sale» scheduled to have
taken place today were calleil off
lor the reason that many of the
Hardware o! Entry Dtucription.
sellers were absent ami the l.uyerr,
a great msny of their, left the city
IIIIOH,
OltEZION.
today and last night, says the East
Oregonian of May 29.
Before the close of the sales yes­
terday the spirit of the market
changed a little and the reluctance
of the seller» was to a certain ex­
tent dissipated. Some of those who
had held back all day.puttleir
wool up at the last minute and
sold, but ou the other hand sortie of
those who offered their clips re­
fused the bills given and held their
wool for the next sale.
Anil ’Kn.vo Ono Cent
The prices yesterday ranged from
10J to 13j cents |>er pound, the
Buy n |H»<al can! ami send to The New York
clips of Donald Ross and Rust Bros,
Tribune Farmer. New York Citv, fur a free
going at that figure
«peeimen copy.
It seems to be the Lofeofthe
The Tribum* Farmer i* a National Hlustra-
growers that wool will raise b-fore
ted Agricultural Weekly for farmer« and
the next sale, and they have gener­ SAVED HER WHEN A BABY.
their families, ami «tanila nt the head of the
ally I eld. The buyers of course, And TMlrty lew. Aflrr 11« Met sad Mac­
agricultural pre*». The price i< $l<X)|»*r
ri «d Her.
are of the opposite faith, but con­
year, Lui if vou like it von can eecure it with
A romantic marring«- occurred at A t -
servative men nho ate in touch 1. nta a few itaya ago. th parties to it
vonr own favorite local uevv»|>aprr. The
with the situation, are inclined to I cin^ Mr. II. F. ltailey, of Jackson,
ITEMS, «t « barpain. Both pa|M*rs $1 50.
Miss., and Miss Hodges, of Virginia
think that the growers hold the Jir.
S«ml n ouey and older to The ITEMS.
ltailey is ?omew hat past 50 years of
winning cards.
a;t • and the bride is about 30, say san
The losses in Montana may effect e:-change.
—T——
The couple first ra.'t dnrisiy tNewar
the
wool market, but there is no
professional cards .
hi u Miss Hodges was a baby. It hap-
reason why it should be the case. ¡>ened when the northern soldiers ap­
It« a«« I« mhik N o . 70, K »I 1’.
Of course, the losses in comparison proached .la kson. Miss. The parent-«
of Miss Hodges residtd there at the
Moetarverv liiur»4.iy night
J
II MrUt'Ll.KX.
with the sheep holdings in the ¿fate t time, and when the grand rush u>
F M Jordan. C. C.
foot up to a large per cent, but in avoid the Yankees was made Mr.
8. Muth.Tsli.'sd, K of 11. 8.
then a confederate aoldier. se­
the consideration of the g< neral Ila.ley,
PHOTOdRAI HER.
cured a wagon and moved the ltodg.s
UUKNH CIIAITEIC. Stl. •»«. <» I- 8.
inarket the whole Montana vie'id family. In the hurry and excitement
Meets ««HiMui amt fourth M oik U v of
Mr
I).
P.
Daugherty,
well
known
I
Burna, Orcirmi.
would not make or break the ex- ( the little girl was forgotten, and she
Kuilroail.
each mutali in M« >ui<- ledi, Voegtlv
was not nir-isi-d until the family had
throughout Mercer and Summer change. It is thought that the gone
g<~Main St.—op|H»»itv Bank.
liullding
Mr« M«|tgie Ix vvn», W. M
several miles.
Mr». Eunice Thonipaon, See.
W 11. Walti», the well-known' counties. W. Va., most likely owes lossees will have more to do with
Mr. ltailey volunteered to go back
railroad contractor who built a bis life to the kindness of a neigh- the sheep market itself. If the and find her. which ho did. The child
was found in the road near her l«om<-
BCBNH LODGE, NO «7. A F. .< A. M. M lltsl'l S a OI »KY
large portion of the Astoria A' Col­ lior. IL was almost hopelessly af- Montana men have range for 6.000- cryir.g. Mr. ltailey carried her to her
Meet« Saturday on or Ix-lon* lull muon,
umbia River Railroad with Corey' flirted with diarrhoea ; was attend­ (Ksi and lose a large per cent, the parents.
qualified brothsr« fraternally invil««!,
W L Marxtrn,
John w Deary.
Soon after that Mr Hodges znovec
< F. Kenyon, W. .M.
F. 8. Itteder,
Bros., of Ogden, arrived in Baker ed by two physicians who gave nit» lose will nuturally create a big de­ with
his family to Virginia, ruid Mx.
PbyeicMn» <(' Snryeont.
fiery.
City Wednesday evening and yes­ little, if any, re.ief, when a ueigh- mand for stock to til! the pjsti r ige. ltailey saw them no more for 30 years.
Burn«. Oregon.
Last y-ar. says the Chicago News,
terday went over the Sumpter bor learning of his serious condi­ Such a condition of affairs woub)
IIHICNH LODGE. NO. fid. 1 O F. W.
his w ife died, and it occurred to him to
£W*’»Hli<r «I rvehlelme. 'Filone 'JU.
tion.
brought
him
a
bottle
of
Cham
­
be a l oon to Oregon, where the 1-ob up his old friends and see wha*
Valley railroad to the front with
Meet« at Broati hall ev«iy Friday eve­
ning
Visitimi brother« fraternally in-
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar­ ranges are rapidly overcrowding. had became of the little girl whom he
Chief
Engineer
West,
says
t.ie
v-te«l. Tima. Sagem, W. M. Cha«. N.
rhoea Remedy, which cured him in
The Oregon sheepmen are com­ had saved from the invaders in the
Baker City Democrat of May 28.
C<MÌirano, Heourder.
DK.'. h a hlouS.
long ago. lie vvt-iil u> Virginia and
Mr. Mattis carefully exatiiined less than twenty-four hours, For ing to see that with the rapidly de found her teaching school. They car-
ItAKNEY iJIIHiF. SO 77, I <• <» E-
the line, examined the surveys ami sale by IL M. Horton, Burns; Ered creasing range capacity and the lesponded and agreed to meet at At­
J. W. liic<-
ballon hin«.
Mr. t«*veii SU«ir«l iv evviillig, llmwii's
rapidly increasing stock surplus. I ta during the fair and be married.
profile* and left la-t night for Sult Haines, Harney.
Attomeyi~at-Law,
hall
Vfaiting bnrthuH fraternally in
vtlmi.
Frank»! Jaekuon,* N. G.
it is a necessity to unload some
ASurcThing. Mrs. May Fair—“Good
Luke where it is expected he will!
III BNS. OltEQOX.
C. G. Smith. Secretar,.
meet David Eccles and close a ' WAGONS! W AGONS t
place it a suitable market can morning. Mr. Keane. I want to run in
F*(>l!lie in Bank building.
see your wife. Is she at lioroi-.’“
\Ye will sell you a M itehell. be found. So what is Montrita’s and
proposition to builil the extention
Mr. l’ar Keauc—“Yea. She'B 'tw aa.
TIM E »'INFLE.
I Iti’». WOMEN OF
Woodcraft
Meet* 2nd »n-l Sth Tura-
of the Sumpter Valiev road from Rushford or Webber Farm Bed losses is Oregon's gain, for the home all day. XVhen I left ah' was-try­
dai at llenan'» hall. Mrs. Tilll • .»«adaii,
shortage there will create a market ing to make up tier mind to go out and
Whitney to Prairie City. .Should Wagon;
rilZUKKAI.il
Mr«, lone Whiting.
liunrdiati.
have a tooth pulled."—N. O. Times-
Steel Skein $85.00
where the Oregon sheepman can
Clerk.
Mr. Wattis undertake this piece of
Ihonilou William.,
M. FlUt«r«ld.
I take his surplus herds at a profit
9000
work, his well known executive
»?
•*i »
Attorusy-al
law,
notary
Public,
105.00
Chnrcli AiimiiiiK-ciiieiit«.
3J „
to bimseif. The vlavs of vast flocks
ability guarantees its quick and
/alte, yi"h>d<il an<l Real Enlate
Semi your orders to ui. O. C. Co of sneep in eastern Oregon is draw­ Over-Work Weakens
satisfactory completion.
Munday School at Harney the
This work i>v the Sumpter Valley
ing to a close ami the growers re­
Practice,
Your Kidneys.
first Sunday of each month st 10
S
tate of O hi A.C ity of T ot . eimv J
alize the tact. The time is coming rnhcalthy KiJn.y* Make impure Blood.
road,
for
which
all
the
material
has
lliiriin. Oregon.
o'clock, A. M. Oil tin* second,
L i ' sca « C oi xty .
i I and is almost here, when the man
been purchased and much of it is
third aial fotntli Sundays of each f 4F“1 office in MMouic building
All the blood in your body passes through
Frank
J.
Cheney
makes
oath
that
with a moderate-sized band ofi your
on
hand,
is
one
of
the
most
import-
,
month st 3 o’clock P. M. Preach-
kidticy3once every three minute«.
he
is
senior
partner
of
the
firm
of
highbred sheep will make more*
unt undertakings to Baker Citv
The kidneys are your
ing sorvioee every second Sunday
blood purifiers, they fit­
F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business than the one who runs a large
scheduled
for
190.3.
It
means
the
p
M
JOKtlAX.
at 8 I*. M.
ter out the waste or
extension of commercial circles in­ | in the City of Toledo, County and number of illfed sheep upon an
impuritfej In the blood.
At the Presbyterian church
if mey are sick er out
Practical /xmd Surveyor.
to the far interior and the resultant State aforesaid, and that said firm overcrowded and out eaten range
cf
ci dcr, they fail to de
Burns, i, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
the r -work.
But it is impossible to foreca-t
This will pay the sum of One Hundred
IlnrliR. Oregon, benefits are apparent to all.
Divine services the third and fourth
Fains, aches and rheu­
i« only the beginning, as it is un­ Dollars for each and every ease of the effect of the Montana losses on
matism come from ex­
SundavH of each month nt 11 a . nt.
Catarrh
that
cannot
be
cured
by
ec, s cf ui ic scid in the
the market. Such small things,
derstood from a source of high
and 7;."»0 p. in. Sabbath school at
blood, due u neglected
sometimes bring great results on kidney trouble.
authority that the Sumpter Valley the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
g W. MII.I.KK.
IO a. ill. every Rabbi th in irtiing
Frank
J.
Cheney.
Kklncy
trouble
causes
quick rr unsteady
the market list, and if the growers
will eventually extend into central
Sworn to before me and subscrib­ can make good their argument that heartbeats an J T-...kc.-, one feci c» :!>ouj;k
I’rencliing services nt the Baptist Notary Public an<l Conveyancer, I <>regon, crosscutting the territory
they h.iJ lie.ti t tioubl - tc au e the heart is
I
ohurcli every Inland '-’ml Sundays, Mortgage«, Dvetla, Kt»'., correctly made.
to bn tapped by the ext nsion of ed in my presence, this 6th day ot the blizzard in the sister state has overworking in pump.ng thick, kidney-
poi one I blood through v..n~. and arteries.
December. A. D. 1SS6.
morning and evening. Sunday Office Hl Store.
caused a serious shrinkage in the
Kuril*. Oregon. the Columbia Southern from Shan­
I: used to ba co i.-.i.iorcd th.'.t only urinary
A.
W.
Gleason.
school every Sunday ut K* *. m.
total yield, then they may be able troif.-Ics were to be traced to the kidneys,
iko, thus putting Baker City in a
Notary Publie. to hoist the quotations up to where but now modern .-«-iciice proves that nearly
SFAI.
prayer meeting every Thursday
«¡1 con-.titutional diseases have their begin­
M A NAG E R W A N T E D—Tru st - position to compete with Portland
evening.
they would like to see them. That ning In l.i Incy trouble.
worthy lady or gentleman to man­ for the trade of that rich ami grow-
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in­
11 you aie rick you can make no mistake
f-tst <1 'cloilttg your kidneys. The mile
Service« at Christian Science age business in this County and i ing country.
I ternally. and acts directly on the place would hover around the 15c by
and 16e mark. Whether they can and the extia o'.diic.iy eflect cf Dr. Kilmer's
Hull, corner east of the Bunk, every adjoining territory for well and
blood and mucous surfaces of the
Swamp-Root, thegicat kidney remedy u
rcalired. It stands li t. highest for its
Sunday at Ha. ni. ami 8 p. in. favorably known House of solid
It’s a real pleasure to wear the svstem. Send for testimonials, free. get sufficient power into their soon
hoisting argument remains to be wtxulcif.ilcures of the moxdiatreuuing cases
Service Wednesday evening« at 8. financial (landing. $20.0»! straight fine fitting clothes made by Strauss
F. J. Cbtney »fc Co.. Toledo, O.
and io soil on its merits
seen by future result.
Everybody i« invited to attend cash salary and expenses, paid each Bros., America’s Lending Tailors,
by all druggists in flfty-
Svild by all Druggist. 75c.
¿1 «.imi
cent
and one dollar sit­
these service«.
Monday by check direct from head­ Chicago. They're so reasonable in Hall’s Family Pills are the best
es. You may have a
quarters.
Expense money ad­ prices too. Robinson A Walton,
GREAT MILLINERY SALE* sample bottle 1/ mart n. vw-,.f s wv»«-»™«
tier, also pamphlet tcilinf you I >w to fine
vanced; (svsition permanent. Ad- will take your order.
Big reduction in Indies’ and ChiL out 11 you have kidney ar bl idrier trouble.
C2VBTOT1.TA..
I
B««r« th«
,he K|nl! Wti Have Always Boujft dreti'u street Unis, and Children’s Mentica this t i; tr v.hen vri'.mgDr. KUir.at
Iress, Thomas Cooper, Manager,
For a bilious attack take Chain- Signatare
L Co., 3inghar.»toa. N. Y.
1030, Caxlon Bldg , Chicago.
trimmed huts. Don't ovttlookone Don't snake any mistake, but remeni-
For Infants and Children.
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
of
of the greatest Imrgaine ever offered Imr the mine, Swanijr-Koot, Dr. Kihnec's
C
Tht Kind You Have Always Bought
lets and a quick cure is certain Brum th«
l|ie ^n|i Vw H**
felffiM in Burns.
Thia paper and The Chicago
Call at the home of Sw.imp-Root, and tin- aildsesa, Bingiuu»
For sale by H M. Horton, Burns ;' Signore
Baars the
tun,. N. V., on t wry be'lie.
eekly Inter Ocean $150 for one
i
Mr«.
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XV.
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uinminr.
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I Fred Httinex, Harney.
Higuaturv of
i. "S|>ecial deal"
6eer& Cummins
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