Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, August 15, 1903, Image 3

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    Local and General.
Win. Altnow, Hr., of Drewsey,
was in Burns on business Thurs­
day,
Oregonian and Itcma, 12.00.
C. H. Johnson, of Upper Calami­
McMulUn th« photographer op- ty, came over on business yester­
I posit« the bunk.
day
Tearhera* examination was held
Dr. and Mrs. U.S. Brownton re­
hero during the week.
turned Tuesday from Purlland and
Win Bennett was down from and the coast.
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Hilvie« Valley over Sunday.
Receiver Chas. Newell is again
SPECIAL SALE
al hie pout in the Land office.
of tooth picks,
E. I’. Sylvester was down from
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his
quill and wood, at I ranch on upper Silviea Tues-
The Welcome Pharmacy. Th« Oregon State Normal School
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Capitol Barber Shop :
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Evert thing fist-class ami up-
to-date
Sit (VtXll.
HAIK CVTTIXO.
Nil All IHMH.AU. BTC.
SKA I HA I II KUUM.
patronage solicited Houthi
of Capilo! Saloon.
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Tu Promote Irrigation
To further the movement to eave
tli-> forest« and store th« floods, the
11 th M-xrioti of the National Irriga­
tion CougreM will I m > held in
I >g<len, Utah, September 15 to 18.
Oregon, as a alate, is eutitlad to
20 representative«.
Representa­
tives from all the states affected by
the National irrigation act are ex-
t>- '-It I al the congress
Not only
those interested directly in irriga­
tion work, but business men and
large laud owners, will attend and
t«k« an active part in the cessions.
I lie subjects which will l>e dis-
<- ir.<-d are practical irrigation and
forestry lessons, reports of ex|»ertr,
npplcation of th« provisions of the
reclamation act, stall- progress un­
der National act, views on settle-
iiimt and legal complications,
themes on colonization.
Senator AV. A. Clark,of Montana,
is the president of the National
Irrigation Congress. F. J, Kicsel,
<>f Ogden, la the chairman of the
board of control; JI. B. Maxson is
the secretary.
Nearly all the Western States
arc represented by state vice-presi­
dents. Oregon's vice-president is
E M. Brannick.
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One ol the most popular
SHOES in rhe Market
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Mrs. Fred Haines, of Harney,
was over yesterday to attend a
meeting of the Women of Wood­
craft.
0. W. Porter, the well-known
sheepman of Huntington, was in
Burns on business during the
week.
al Monmouth has an ad" in thia
J. L. Huffman of Canyon City,
issue.
cumeover Wednesday with a load
Mrs. Bold. Irving, of Harney, of fruit. He was accompanied by
was visiting friends in Burns Wed­ his wife.
nesday.
The John Day baseball club and
M. Horton, the Diamond mer­ track athelets have promised to
chant, was it the city on business meet the Burns . boys here
Monday.
Fair week.
Mrs M R. Biggs, of Prineville, is
Prof. M. E. Rigby, principal
visiting relatives in Burna and of the Citizens Business College,
vicinity.
was in Canyon City and John Day
J. H. Ixiggan.of Harney, was the this week in th« interest ot the
guest of hia son. John and family, college.
Monday.
Charley Lewis arrived yesterday
Fred Haines, th« Harney mer­ from Portland on a visit to friends
chant, was a visitor in the citv Charley is employed as a hack
Tuesday,
driver in th« metropolis and is
James and Joseph Turner of taking a short summer vacation.
Hartley, were transacting business
W. A. Gowan and family and
here Tuesday.
Hum Parrish left Wednesday for
Mr and Mrs. Chas Mel’heeicrs Willow Creek where they will re­
are home from an outing ou the main some time. Win and Sam
will put in the time operating their
t'pjier Deschutes.
wood sawing machine.
Alvan Dripps, until recently em­
W E. Trisch returned Monday
ployed al the P ranch, is s|>endi>ig
from Hot Lake. Union County,
a few days in Burna.
where he has been the past month
Mrs. J. W. Buchanan, and trying the waters of those cele­
daughter. Miss Elisa, were visitors brated springs as a cure for the
from Harney Wednesday-
rheumatism. He returns much
(’barley Moore and Melvin Drijis, improved.
of Drewsey, came up Monday from
Charles Urquhard, of the geolog­
Lawen where they have been work­ ical survey, with a party of four
ing.
men, arrived in Burns Sunday
Mr. am) Mrs. A. 8. Swain and
children were home frotr. their
ranch at Lawen a few days thia
week.
from Baker City.
The party is
engaged in topographic work and
and will carry out the triangulation
completed as far as Biraw berry
Atty Chas. W. Parrish and (1. Butte last Summer.
A. Itembold have gone on a
Geo. Sizemore made a trip to th«
short business trip to the Silver northeast part of the county this
Creek section.
week in the capacity of deputy
sheriff'
to take possession of a band
The Pacific Live Stock Company
last week started 1000 head of sheep under foreclosure pro­
of dry cows to Winnemucca in ceedings brought by O. W.
Porter against T. B. Jones, of Mal­
charge of Mill Modi.
heur County. The business was
D. It. Cochrane, of Cosmopolis,
satisfactorily arranged by Mr.
Wash., arrived Monday on a visit
Jones turning over all his sheep
to the editor and family, ami will
to satisfy the mortgage.
probably remain here permanently.
News was brought to Burna
Supt J. ('. Bartlett, Mias Hattie
Monday from the camp on Stein
Bartlett and MisaMaud Clark came Mountain, that Tom Dawson had
over from Drewsey Mouday to b0 struck Ike Frazer on the head
present at the teachers' examina­ with a revolver causing serious
tion.
if not dangerous injuries. Sheriff
J. W. Elsworth, stall'correspond­ Allen left for the scene of the
ent of the Baker City Democrat, 5: trouble on receipt of the news
in Burna, and will give the readers to arrest Dawson and yesterday
of his paper a write-up of thia sec­ arrived with his prisoner, who was
tion.
placed in the county jail. Frazer
The lied Front Livery barn is is said to be in a very bad con­
catering to its patronage and bar dition though not dangerous.
Al Sutherland came in from the
All gambling has been closed in improved its livery service. Fin
Ontario. Monday Mayor Lackey by the day or month at reasonable Chas. Peterson ranch at Lawen
Thursday and swore to a complaint
ie«ued an order 11 City Marshal rates.
Sam Mothershead and family charging Tom O'Brien with the
Keifoot instructing him to close
<1 >wn nil games and gambling and returned Sunday from Lawen. theft of a valuable pair of spurs
the order has been carried into Sam has been helping hia father- from a valise. The warrant was
in-law, A. 8. Swain, harvest his placed in the hands of Hank Fel­
effect.—Ontario Democrat.
ton. who caught his man at Lawen
hay crop.
and brought him to Burns, arriv­
Oregonian erd Items. ♦2.00
John Robinson and son Dewey,
ing yesterday. At the preliminary
William McKinney and "Cy”
examination this morning before
Ankeny returned Monday from an
Justice of the Peace S. W. Miller
outing on the lakes at the head of
the prisoner was held in $300 bonds
the Deschutes.
to await the action of the grand
For a bilious attack take Cham­ jury. In default of bail he was
berlain'« Stomach and Liver Tab­ placed in the county jail.
lets anil a quick cure is certain
J. D. Combs returned Wednet-
For sale by IL M. Horton, Burns ;
to
John Day having secured what
Fred Haines, Harnev.
j cattle he wanted about 4(10 head.
Henry Blackwell yesterday sold The stock owners selling to Mr.
to a representative of the Frye- Combs were: Win. Hanley, Mel
Bruhn company, of Seattle, 310 Fenwick, Martin Bros, F. G.
head of fine beef entile, which were Illume, Paul Blume, John Gar­
ship|ie<l west last night.—Hunting­ rett, Homer Mace, Walter Parker,
toil Herald.
. Roland Hankins, Jack Craddock,
J. P. Withers and Mrs K. J. James.
WAGONS! WAGONS t
Wc will sell you a Mitchell, The prices paid we understand
Rushford or Webber Farm Bed were $24 for dry cows, $27..50 for
Wagon;
two-yee.r-old steers and $34 for
31 Steel Skein $85.00
threes. The’cattle which are to be
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9000
received here next Tuesday, nre
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105.00
intended forth« Union Meat Com-
Send your order» to us, 0. C. Co ' pany of Portland.
For sale exclusively by
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looking for Exhibits.
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The following letter from Mr.
Jefferson Meyer, president of the
Lewis and Clark Centennial Expo­
sition Commission for the State of
Oregou. is self explanatory:
Sec'y Harney Co. Fail.
Burns, Oregon.
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My dear Sir:—The Lewie and
Clark Centennial Exposition Com­
mission has appropriated the sum
of $2000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, to make purchases
and pay expense of agents for
gathering exhibits at the district
fairs in the State of Oregon. We
will no doubt send a representative
to your fair. Will you kindly ad­
vise me when and where you hold
this fair. Assure your people that
should they have any choice ex­
hibits, that satisfactory arrange­
ments will no doubt be made to take
them to St. Louis.
Trusting this will be of value to
you, and that your fair will be a
greater success than ever before,
1 am
Yours very truly,
Jefferson Myers,
Portland, Or., August 10. 1903.
The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean
is the only weekly newspaper pub­
lished in Chicago in connection
with the great daily pa)>ers. It
contains a judiciously selected
summary ot the news of the nation
and world, the best stories, home,
farm, woman's, and other special
departments, and fair, patriotic,
able editorials, written from a Re­
publican viewpoint. It is by far
the best general newspaper ot the
Western States. The regular price
for the Weekly Inter Ocean is $1,01'!
and for the Harney Valley Items
$ 1.50, but subscriptions will be re­
ceiver! at this office for the two
papers in combination for one year
for only $1.50.
Mr. D. P. Daugherty, well known
throughout Mercer and Summer
counties, W. Va., most likely owes
his life to the kindness of a neigh­
bor. He was almost hopelessly af­
flicted with diarrhoea : was attend­
ed by two physicians who gave nim
little, if any, relief, when a ueigh-
bor learning of his serious condi­
tion, brought him a bottle of Cham­
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar­
rhoea Remedy, which cured him in
less than twenty-four hours, For
sale by H. M. Horton, Burns; Ered
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Haines, Harney.
NEW STOCK
Is constantly arriving at our store-
Our lines are complete and now we can fill any order with the
best of everything. Bring or send us your orders for
Fancy Dress goods.
Ready Made Wrappers,
Ladies' and Gents* Furnishing Goods
Hats. Clothing, Boots and Shoes.
Fresh line of staple and fancy Groceries
Lunaberg & Dalton
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If yov can’t enjoy jokes during
this hot weather, just wait until
next winter when you can ernes
the ice and heir all kinds of funny
craclu.
Miller & Thompson,
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