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About Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1903)
Mi»« Blanch Camp’xill, daughter
of Mrs. C. A. Bonnett, of Crane
McMullen th» photographer o;>- Creek, arrived Monday from
Wn»ton where «he has been attend
posite the bank.
Now for th« Fair,
Tent Show opened an
the bull a rolling.
here Friday night.
Mr. and Mr«. A. Wintoriueler
wi re visitor» in town Wednesday.
tainment which was wilnaaawd by
Mr and Mr« Jasper Davis, of u crowded tent.
Harney wire visitor« in Ihirnu
C. II. Voeglly will commence
the construction of an additional
Supt. Gi|chri»t, of the P. L. H.
alorv to hi« warehouse next week.
Co . was in the city un busine«»
The wall« will be of corrrugated
iron, covered with steel roofing.
Postmaster E. B. Water» en<l
Mias Edna Haguowood, Miss
J. J. Donegan returned Monday
Gray, Mrs Fred Yorgensen
Mr« Geo. Hagny and Mr. Fred
Dave Loggsn, an employ at the
Westerberg, of Canyon City, were
I »In ml ranch was in Burns on busi
taking in the celebration this week.
George Southworth returned this
This p«|>er and The Chicago
week after nearly a years’ absence
Weekly Inter Ocean $1.50 for one
in various parts of the state.
yeai. "Special deal”
«|>ent the greater portion of the
Joe Buchanan was over from time in Wheeler and Gilliam
Harney Wednesday on business counties.
before the county court.
Mr. ami Mr» I. II. Holland and
Mu pt J C. Bartlett came over
little daughter returned Monday
from Drewsey Mond iv and has
from a visit to Malheur County.
been spending tbe week in Burns.
They were accompanied by Mr«.
Ex-Commissioner A. B. Marks Holland's sister Mrs. I.. A. Murray
and Mrs Etta Johnson were united and «on and daughter.
in marriage al Drewsey Tuesday of
F. M. Jordan met with
accident last week while opening a
Local and General.
Useful Things for
( amplio I,
Hr lu I lie,
Large aaaortinrut of soap.
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
HATUHDiY. JULY 4 l*U
to Nporta »ml Kilter*
• iti je te.vriMEAETOBf rroHE '
KING QUALITY SHOES
Unqustionably the best in the
world at the price
Miss Lena Harkey and Miss gate which resulted in the
Lelu McGee have been employed to fracture of one of hi« ribs. He is
The threedajra celebration which teach the Hurney School tbe com able to l>e about but i« pretty sore
from the result of his injury-
began Thursday wna enjoyed by I ing Fall and winter.
the largest crowd ever assembled , County Commissioner ('. T.
Fred Byer» was a passenger on
on a similar occasion. Every por Miller nt.d family came up fro-j> the stage Inst bumlav morning en
tion of the county was well rvprv- l.awen Wednesday to remain over route to Medford, where he goes to
eitiied. t’umitiencing on Thur«- until after the celebration.
accept a position with a govern
with a large crowd the throng in
P. F. Chandler, of the Grant ment surveying party headed bv
creased until on Saturday, the County News at John Day came R. C. Caudle, now at work in that
Nation's holiday, several thousand over Thursday to join his wife in section.
people were mingling together. ’ aitncsaiiig the celebration.
The supreme court has reversed
When tbe next legislature has
The weather was ideal until Satur
John Cawlfield, having finished I tp-decision of the lower court in appropriatea 135.805 to payoff de
day afternoon when a dust atorm
his contract on the new road on tha rase of Hoover vs. King, ap ficiency claims, < »regon’s ex perience
followed by a ram atorm of a few
the ea«t aide of Stenken Water pealed from this county, and re with coyote scalp bounty laws will
Mountain returned home Sunday. manded tbe case for a new trial, be ended. That amount will be
the people indoors. The event« ;
The ca«e was decided in the lower required to pay the claims that
carried out oil the tlr«t dav were ; Ira Venator was in Burns this
have accrued under tbe laws which
One-quarter utile da«b for Har week fur the Crlebralion Ho was court in favor of King.
Our Spring line of goods will soon be on display. Call and
"Ticket Ko, 612,’’ held bv Jerry were repealed by the last session
ney County saddle horses Entries.
see us and get our prices. Quality of goods tbe highest; prices
of tbe Legislature. When this de
Headlight by Ira Mahon ; Baldy, Creek from a visit with his mother M. Merritt, jf Silver Creek, was the
the lowest and seeing is believing.
ficiency is jiaid Oregon will have
Buster Uawltieid, Narrows, Marl
exjiended for bounties some $212,
Brenton; Dr II., I. E. Hibbard., John McMullen, the photog drawer Singer Sewing Machine
Tbe amount would be $250,
rapher, i« preparing to build an given awnv this afternoon by N.
Headlight, first , Baldy, second.
for the fact that when the
One-quarter mile dash, free for addition on the rear of the old Brown A Sons.
was exhausted early
all. Entries, Big Bill by Corbell. bank building, owned by himself ticket were in the box.
in 1902 a number of counties ceased
Button. C. Smith; Flirt, Mahon; and James Smith.
W. N. Jorgensen write« us from to allow bounty claims.
Little Mac, Garrett. Big Bill, first;
M. 11 Brenton, accompanied by Chicago under dale of June 30th
Mrs. E. H. Smith, wife of Dr. E.
F. M. Jordan, returned Monday staling that he arrived in that city
Friday morning the basket ball from the '.Varner Valley country last Saturday. He ha» consulted H. Smith, of Lakeview, shot her
gatiM’ between the Orang? and Red where Marl has filed on a piece of physicians and as a result was to self last Friday morning with a 22-
teams, composed of young Indies, Uncle Sam's domain.
undergo an operation on Wednes caliber rifle at her home. The
shooting is believed to be the result
was won by tbu latter in a very
For a bilious attack take Cham day. at the St Josephs Hospital.
of an accident, although so far little
spirited contest by a «. ore of 7 to G.
information bas been obtainable
The afternoon spmta consisting
certain Government surveying party in owing to tbe critical condition of •
<>f athletic events resulted ns fol
L. WOLDENBERG, SR., Proprietor,
For sale by II. M. Horton, Burn«; Silviea Valiev was in the citv the woman. Mrs. Smith is an ex
pert rifle woman, and it is believed
50-yard race, Grover Jameson,
The services of a brewer of long years experience has been se
A fire nt Wm. Stewart's north- work is progressing satisfactorily that the weapon was accidentally
first, Ray Dickinson, second.
and the Droduct of this Brewery is of the best grade in tbe
discharged while being handled.
Shot put. Lute Mace, first; l<en 1
lace a trial order and jot will not be disap
they complete their work In that The bullet entered the chest just
1<N> yard race, Grover Jameson,
' live coals thrown out with so me
Secretary Hitchcock is holding muscles of the back.
first; Ray Dickenson, second.
up a number of state land selec
Hammer throw, Win McKinney, ashes.
The following officers were elect
Miss Lillian, Edwin, and Viola tions because proof of mineral ed at the annual encampment of
first, Al Welcome, second.
Broad jump, Claude Hibbard, ■ Johnson, children of Surveyor character is insufficient and if sat the G. A. R. held in Portland last
Johnson were among the gradu isfactory proof is not furnished 1 week : Commander, D. H. Turner,
first; I<eti Walton, second.
1’oie vault, Hibbard, first; Jam ates at the Oregon Agricultural they will be rejected. The lists Newburg; Senior vice commander, I
I College nt Corvallis this year each that are being held up aggregate T. B. McDevitt, Portland; Junior
2500 acres. Only 200 acre are in vice commander, R. H. Miller, Eu
High jump, Hibbard, first; Jam receiving the B. S. degree.
A Washington dispatch in the this land district.
gene ; Medical director. A. Yerring-
These events were followed by a Oregonian of June 30, announc-
The premium list of Oregon's ton, Eugene; Chaplain, Daniel
shooting contest under the auspices inf postal changes in Oregon states "Blue Ribbon” state fair is now out Drew, Portland.
of the Burns Rod and Gun Club, that the office at Crane has been and being distributed throughout
The case of exSheriff Hunting
but we were unable to get the score. discontinued and that the mail the state. The premiums offered
of Baker County, charged with
July -l.li — Parade commenced at will hereafter be delivered at aggregate $12,000 in cash and are
the emliezzlen.ent of $10 000 of tax
10:30 oclock and was |«rticipated I Venator.
for every thing grown on the farm, money, is being heard in Baker
in by the Burns Band, Liberty ear,
GREAT MILLINERY SALE! including live stock, poultry, dairy City this week. The purpose of
Chemical Eire Engine Co. ami the Big reduction in Ladies' and Chil products, domestic and liberal arts,
the defense seems to be to place
Hose Co led by Marshal of the Day dren’s street hats, and Children’s etc. Every one is invited to bring
the responsibility for the shortage
Capt. A. W. Gowan. Tbe liberty I trimmed hats. Don’t overlook one something to the fair this year, and
on Ex-Deputy Sheriff Whitney.
car was gaily decorated and pres i of the greatest bargains ever offered help advertise the state’s resources.
The total contributions received
ented a very pretty sight. Liter in Burns. Call at the home of Ifvou have not received one of the
by Heppner people up to date
ary exercises were carried out as ' Mr«. (». W. Cummins.
premium lists yet, write M. D.
amount to over $50,000.
Floral Hall was
Wisdom, Secretary, Portland, Ore.,
WAGONS’ WAGON’S i
packed but hardly a third of the
We will sell you a Mitchell, for one.
crowd was accommodated bv sit
His Life Saved by Chamberlain.«
Rushford or Webber Farm Bed
Mr. D. P. Daugherty, well known
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
ting or standing room on the in
i throughout Mercer and Summer
3| Steel Skein ♦MOO
a well known cooper
The baseball game in the after
his life to the kindness of a neigh- of this town, says he believes Cham
noon between the Old Timers and
lx»r. He was almost hopelessly af- berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar
Red stockings resulted in a victory
Send your orders to us, O. C. Co ' | fileted with diarrhoea ; was attend- rhoea Remedy saved his life last
for the former by a score of I I to -I.
The State Lewis and Clark Com . ed bv two physicians who gave nim summer. He had been sick for a
little, if any, relief, when a neigh month with what the doctors call
It’s a real pleasure to wear the mission will send representative«
bor learning of his serious condi bilious dysentery, and could get
fine fitting clothes made by Strauss
tion. brought him a bottle of Cham nothing to do him any good until
Bros , America's Leading Tailors,
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar he tried this remedy. It gave him
Chicago. They’re so reasonable in
rhoea Remedy, which cured him in immediate relief,” says B.T, Little,
prices too. Robinson <t Walton, places. The commission intends,
if possible, to secure all the best less than twenty-four hours, For merchant, Hancock, Md. For sale
will take your order.
exhibits for the St. Louis World’s sale by H. M. Horton, Burns; Ered by IL M. Horton, Burns; Fred
Oregonian mid Items, 12.00
Lunaberg & Dalton
Harney Valley Brewery