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OUT RANGE LAN j
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY’,OREGON, MAY A 190.’
sarcoma, or “big head,” has made
its appearance among the animals,
and the result is that they are dy-
POLICX AS TO GRAZING ing l>y llUQllreils. ■“ i0,nc
lasycctlo« la by Made This Summer and
Area col Seeded fur Forests May
be Thrown Open Again.
< ; Win.
I ip: t.»U
PLANNING TO COME NORTH
by NEUADA. CALIFORNIA
thousands. Coming as it does on
READY TO COME.
the heels of a particularly bald
winter, the outlook for the sheep
men is decidedly discouraging.
Work oa the Lioe From Madeliae North-
“Big head” is a malady that for
ward ExpvUed to by Started as
Soon as Possible.
tunately does not make its appear
ance very often. As its scientific
name indicates, it is a lumpy,' Decided activity is being shown
tumorous growth which appears of late by the Nevada, California
about the head arid neck of the ifc Oregon Railroad Company to-
afflicted animal, spreading down 1 ! ward projecting its line into the
into the legs and eventually run- j i South Central Oregon territory.
ning intft necrosis, with results that This line has fur a long time been
are invariably fatal. By some au- ’ , contemplating an extension of its
thorities the disease is said .o be I j line northward to Lakeview, from
highly contagious, while others! which point it can tap the section
contend that it cannot be cotnmu-j farther north, says the Portland
uicated from one sheep to another. | ¡Telegram.
of a Dying Veteran.
DY cn IDLES U. TOCNGIR.
Old Keuesaw, the friend, the com
forter and the confidant.
The shadow that lunl fallen over the
liospltal when his fatal illness was
announced was momentarily lifted.
There was unusual activity in Hie
halls. An attendant had driven Dr
Blank’s hors«* to tlie «•ntrance almost
at a gallop. A tall num with coal black
hair and plvrviug black eyes Jumped
out and hastened i.ito tlie building. A
nurse was waitiug to show him to the
Just outside the d*»or of Ohl Krne
saw’s room Dr. Blank met tlie new ar
rival. John Wilbert Ainsley, tlie cele
brat ml hypnotist. There was a hasty
conversation in whispers, a brief liis
tory of the life of the patient, aud Pro
fessor Alusley knew what was expect
cd of Inin. “We must hurry.” said Dr
Blank, “ar il, fur God’s sake. Ainsley.
The hypnotist nodded his head, and
Hie two men noiselessly entered tin
loom. The great specialist recognized
In this a supreme test of Ills skill and
resoh ed that Ids brilliant record should
not suffer. He stepped briskly to the
bedside and took the wrinkled hand of
the patient in his own. Then, without
a word, he gazed fixedly into the eyes
of the dying man.
The veteran, half unconscious by
reason of the terrible pain lie was suf
ferlng, nt first paid no heed tothepow
erful figure bending over ldm. for n ;
few moments he groaned and tossed
about, but slowly, surely, the strongei
one was gaining the mastery.
Old Kenesaw now glanced Into Hu
penetrating eyes and turned away, l»u
again he looked and again. He seem
cd |)owerless to look elsewhere, («rad
«tally the moaning cease«!: I
less frti tie. Presently the
motionless. The thin lips n
no sound came from them,
rapid, labored breathing
Thus far Hie hypnotist had said
nothing. Ills dominating mind and in
tent gaze alone had silenced the cries
of pain, quirted the tortured body and
made the mind of Ills subject lumen.«’
hie to the terrific proecs.s that was fax
bringing his Uta to an end. Jiut a
was going further. Seizing both th
patient'« Lauds in him
"lUm comade, codtu M! Wako up
(’onie, come; it will never do to li<
there! Come on. or the ambulant-«
corps will be picking you up! The but
let stuunvd you, old man. Come on
They need us nt the front. Don’t yon
hoar the cannull booming and the rilles
(racking? Kenesaw! Keuesaw! Ken
esaw! Hooray, we’ve got ’em on tin
The illusion had gone home. As tin
dying veteran listened to these startling
words lie drew himself up to a sit
ting posture and passed bls wrinkle«'
oh! hands over him glazing eyes ns it
to remove sometlilng (hat was obsciir
Ing bis vision, («rent bends of pcrspl
ration stood out ii|»ou his pule face, and
an nuenrthly lire came Into his eyes
The lips Hint hud fnlhsl a few minuter
before now found utterance:
"Hist! Is that you. Cottrell, old
pard? (Jive me your band! Thought '
had lost you In Hint last charge. No,
no; It don’t hurt now; Jest a scratch
Where*« our company? Sure! Tlint’r
our guidon half way up Hie mountain
Hooray! Give It to ’em. boys! Conn
on, Cot; give me your band, old pard
It seems a bit smoky, but come on
we’ve got ’em on the run. Hooray
As Hie final shout of triumph cam«
from Ills lips he sank bn« k upon the
pillow, and the sweet smile IlngeriiiK
j > the furrowed old fare told Hint In
bad diet] happy. Old Kenesaw lind
fought Ills last battle. Chicago ¡tee
Cet Our Prices on
“Old Kenesaw is dying!”
Had Fuuiv careles» attendant left a
doer or window open that winter morn
ing and allowed the bitterly cold wind
Oregonian News Bureau, Wash
to sweep through tlie corridor« and
ington, April 25.—Land Commis
wards of the great hospital, there
sioner Richards has decided upon
would have been no mure shuddering
We can Save You Honey on
lUioiig tie hundreds of patients than
a plan of western Forest-reserve
inspection which has the unqualifi
rapidly from cot to cot, f>om nurse to
ed approval of Secretary Hitchcock,
nurse, speeding across to be illsaeiul-
by which it is expected the princi
nated among the hundreds of st udenti
In the adjoining buildings.
pal cause of complaint against the
“Old Kenesaw Is dying!"
creation and extension of forest re
The attending physician, summoned
serves will be overcome, Mr. Rich
hastily by the alarming symptoms, had
ards recognizes that the most trou
The safest plan, when the men . The line now extends from Reno, stopped but a moment to hand his
blesome feature in the management
snow covered cap aud ulster to the re
who are supposed to know differ, Nev., in a slightly northwesterly
eeivlng nurse. A glauce into the con
of forest reserves comes from de
is to quarantine tlie infected bands. direction to Madeline, Cal. The torted, agonized face of the venerable
termined efforts made by sheep
Our Price cu
i The moment a 6heep shows signs territory now occupied is very pro patient, a touch of the pulse, the brief
owner* to be allowed to graze their
of osteosarcoma it should lie segre- ductive arid an extremely good est study of the paroxysms that were
herds within forest reserve at will.
! gated from the rest and kept segre business country from a railroad but the surface indications of the ter
Ill Oregon and a few other states
rlble torture within, aud the doctor
gated until death ends its suffet- standpoint.
The extension to turned away with a look of utter de
sheep grazing has always been al
Can’t be Beat
!ing. We are told that harltby; Lakeview presents no engineering spair and helplessness.
lowed under restrictions, but in
, sheep are not so liable to be attack- difficulties, but is an extremely I
many states it is prohibited.
had witnesstMl other death struggles,
led as those that are not healthy. easy route.
and it Is said that nurses become Inur
Owing to the hurried manner in
The line has
This is accounted for by tbe fact
ed to such sct'ues. But the girl’s Inter
whish reserves have heretofore been
pretation of the doctor’s manner left
¡that the disease is an outgrowth of veyed and as
established, large areas were includ
her presenting a picture of abject nits
through a productive section and cry. “Ob, dear, dear, to think t ba I
I impoverished blood.
ed not essentially to tbe preserva
■ That accounts for its appearance cue rich in agricultur 1 resources. kind Old Keuesaw must suffer so!”
tion of the forests or the conserva
at this time. The sheep, except A little north of Madeline is Alt Through her wet eyes she looked at
the poor, wasted old body writhing and
tion of water supply, but which are
those that have had specially fa mas, a small farming town, that twisting upon the cot. “Ob, doctor. It
valuable for grazing purposes. In
vored ranges, have been subjected offers good inducements to the pro you are quite sure he cannot recover,
many instances these areas, which
is there no way-can’t you make the
| to many unusual hardships during posed line. Beyond this the line end
contain no timber, are so situated
the winter just ended. The weather will follow along the east shore of Dr. Blank* Lad turued away from the
that they can be easily eliminated,
has been cold, the «now has been Goose Lake to Dakeview. This is scene and was looking vacantly out of
and in the opinion of Commission
window. If he made no immediate
'deep and the range3 poor, Ani- as far as the road is planned for the
’espouse to the nurse’s appeal. It was
er Richards such lands should be
i inals that survived the snow nini the immediate future, but there is because he was revolving the same per
taken from the reserves. The re
the storms, the cold and the lack a plan on foot to extend it farther plexing problem In bls own mind, Al
cent enlargement of the Yellow
though lie had grown gray in the hos
of sustenance, are in no condition north, possibly to unite with the pital service. Dr. Blank was for tile
stone res- rye in Wyoming gave
to withstand the ravages of “big Columbia Southern or have an in first time face to face with a most vio-
tise to Much complaint against re
lent case of angina pectoris, but he
dependent terminus of its own.
recognized It as hopeless beyond al!
strictions placed Upon sheep graz
Those attacked by- it succumb
From Lakeview there are sev< r il human menus.
ing within that territory.
What could be done to ease Old
within a few hours. The veterina routes suggested,either one of » hich
The cattlt-men whose herds were
rians who consider it contagious offers wonderful advantages and Kenesaw In a losing struggle with
death? The battle could end but one
allowed^ unrestricb d access to the
would seem to have the better of promising business to (lie road. way, aud It was tearing the very
reserved ranges have, on the other the argument, for the reason that
There is a possibility that the line heart from the victim and subjecting
hand, urged a continuance of the there are few instances where, un
him to the worst torture man can ex
will be proj -cted to Burns, to tap perience.
Government policy. Beth parties-q less diligent precautionary meas
Aside from the moans of the dying I
the rich ranching country around
have made strong showings before ures were taken, only a small por
this town There is also a promise man the little room was qnlet. The few
seconds that the doctor stood there
the department, and to adjust their centage of the flocks in which tile
that the line will go to Klamath pondering seemed nil age to the nurses
differences the Commissioner has disease gets a foolhold d:e.
Falls, which lias been mentioned and the Internes, who first glanced In
made temporary arrangements by
as the terminus of ths line that is sadness and terror at the patient, then
In appeal to the silent man at the win
which sheep owned in the vicinity IRRIOATiOMSTS TO MEET AT BAKER CITY.
<low. Presently tlie doctor"» dark,
i about tc be built from Madeline.
of reserves shall be allowed to graze
Whichever town will be choien hopeless countenance changed, ami
within its limits. The sheepmen
hope was discerned tu his quick com-
Word has just been received fr m
the terminus of the road will maud:
however, contend that this privi Portland that it has not been for
"Send for Ainsley. Take my horst
lege should be extended to them gotten there that at the meeting give this line an undisputed field and buggy and get him here quickly
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
last fall of the Slate Irrigation
Then, as nn Interne hastened through
With a view to definitely deter- Association the members of that
the hall to carry out these Instructions
mining tbe justice of the claims of organization accepted the iuvita the California boundary. This will the sad news spread over the great
bath sheep and cattlemen, Mr. tion of the Baker Citv people to give San Francisco practically the buildings. whispered by nurse to nurse,
Richard» has ordered an inspection hold the semi-annual meeting at monopoly of the trade in Soutli- by patient to his neighbor in the next
of forest reserves, with a surveying Baker City in June, save the Dem Cenlral Oregon and possibly far
"Old Kenesaw Is dying!”
Never was n man more truly loved.
party to assist the superintendent ocrat. It seems that the matter
Many years before lie lind come to the
in locating and marking a new reite with the B ker County Irri not desired bv the Portland busi hospital
suffering from old age and the
boundary line of the Yellowstone gation Association to complete tile ness men is without question.
ailments contracted In the southern
San Francisco business men nre swamps during four years' service In
reservation, to exclude all lands arrangements.
the new line and are forcing the civH war. Broken In health, with
not essential to forest preservation.
It is estimated that about 250
out a home or relative, depending upon
our letters to me." said his nffi
If the plan works successfully in delegates from Portland will attend the project ahead as fast as possi Ills scanty pension to hold strong soul
«1 bride one day, "are so cold ami
this reserve, it is the intention of the Baker City convention if it is ble, in order to get on the inside in
ed Into the free clinic and asked for
This hotel is centrally loi iitcd and iiik ' i r tin- m.'inagi nii iit of nn
"Surely, my dear.” exclaimed t tic
tl.e department to follow it out up pulled off and the railroad com- the Oregon business, This inva- treatment. As "No. 74” lie bad first be-
literary celebrity, stung by ber re
■ri< need landlord.
I he building he - b> <-ti thoroughly renovated
on al! referv» 8.
patty will make a reasonable rate
proucli. "wlu-ti tbrv are publlHlied nfti-t
is wi ll furiiishol.
The dining room i-< in charge of polite, accom-
Mr Richards' plan is not entirely- for the occasion. It has not been looked upon here as critical, and terncs. but after lie bad related bi» my dea 111 they will be found to !»■
war experiences to them ami bad told
Tin: tul les are furnished with the beat.
approved by some other Goveri.- definitely stated just wliat the () businessmen are begining to con and retold with glistening eyes of Ida models of composition, breuthing tlx
most exalted M-ntinx iits and com tied
tnent officials, who contend that R. 4 N. will do, but it is understood
In alisoluiely correc t Eagll ih.”—t.'bii-a
Old Kenesaw Mountain and In time go Tribune.
the ranges are better protected that tbev will make a very cheap umbia Southern proposes to go 100 to
to Old Keuesaw.
within a forest reserve than if they rate and run a special train of Pull miles farthur south this year, but
When Old Kenesaw enlisted wltL
The Slclll.-in woman Is generally llllt
remain open to all. They predict man cars to Baker City in which this is riot far enough to retain the the army of patients. It was thought crate and Is proud of lining so. In na
that uare-uicted grazing
will the delegatee will sleep 1 on the side control of the extreme southern discharged. After two months of good tire iHirlmx-e such a one "«<•<•» with
JOHN II DALY. Pt»’
N I < IlU'l N I I !l, <’isnirs,
two eyes only.” Those ulio can read
eventually destroy such ranges, track at Baker during ; the (lights business, which can be made great core the old warrior was again fairly .-ire said to sec with four eyes.
FRANK R. dir FIN
t < WEI COME, Aaar.i tMMi«
and therefore they oppose the new they spend here. This 1 is a magtii- er than that at present controlled. comfortable, but be evinced no desire
to depart from the hospital, and. hi
policy. However, the experiment ficent opport unity for Baker City Portland business men are now cot - fact, no one wanted him to go. lie
will be trie-t in the Yellowstone lo show its hospitality and secure sii'erii.g it is necessary to aid the sad become a sort of general factotum,
reserve, -grij ining the National the direct assistance of
Services at Christian Science
< Portland Columbia Southern in its south «ml Ills services wire regarded as
well worth bis bed and board.
Park, and th-- extension or abandon people in our project for govern- ward movement and encourage it
Accounts of Corporations, linns and Individuals Solicited.
Old patients and new Internes, Hall every Sunday at llatnniid
togo still farther than now planned. nurses, medical students, the entire h p tn. Hervice Wednesday even
ment of th- ]silicv depends alto ernment irrigation.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
gether upon the results in Wyo
Eastern Oregon arid Portland are They argue that there is plenty of hospital s;a!T and even the visitors at ings r.l 8. Subject fur Sunday.
the Institution came to know him fa-
natural allies, and tbe taik about
UilHarly. 11» alow, shuttling step and May 3, “Adam and Fallen Man ’
In theca- of the proposed Blue opposition and jealousy and selfish the California line- and thus retain the clicery click of Ills cane on the
Rev A J Irwin will preach at
mountain reserve, in Eastern Ore ness and bigotry is ail bosh. Port • regon's business for Oregon’s hardwood floors were ns familiar na Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
tS/'t to anrJ County Witrtanlt
rf t/io mr< > kot ¿jr. cf.
gon, no definite policy has b--en laid land is not only politically friendly wholesalers.
always as welcome, if not more so.
month at 11 a. m. and 7:
4 ’>Op. in
A California railroad man, who
Old Kenesaw hud secess to every Sabbath school every Rabbatti at 2
down, but it is believed that when to Eastern Oregon, but is bound up
i his hank i* ♦«♦ured arid uill be reimbursed for any kMMl by burgltry
or hold up day or night.
the reserve is created sheep graz- • Hit ua in a commercial way close-r is in the city today, quietly l<>okit'g nook au<l corner of the hospital. The p. ID.
patients drew Inspiration from bls
kindly old face, and his stories of
Sunday school at
tbe same Conditions as prevailed in is th» natural point of shipment that th» Nevada, California A Ore camp and battle served as a tonic.
first Sunday of each
To the ehUdren In the hospital Ken
Cascai e reserve. Some sum- for tbe products of the itdsnd em gon road will tiegin its northharo esaw was the in--a mm Ion of all that o'clock a tn. On the
mer range will tx? included witbin
was good kind and helpful, lie was and fourth Sunday <1
a large measure upon our co-opera when once begun the San Frai ci«co their ehntn. th- r never falling frlen<L
.-rs .-»er-, .'»er-- .*»•«■ »•<- ♦ -»er", wer rttr- »<r> nee»
tbe limits of the new reserve.
tion and that of the O. R A N wholesalers will not let it stop un fie would creep to the cots of the lit at 3 o'clock p tn. Preaching ser
JOHN l> DALY l'm.iiosi
M Al 1 \ \ XI I H. Y >< ► li »-im s r.
company and other transportat on
tle sufferers, •' • —- away thoughts of vice »very second Sunday at *f p tn
til they have an opportunity to *e pain and tiring smile, to their watt
GRAVE OUTKOOK FOR THE SHEEP. lines in the Columbia river ba« n
At the l’rffffbytertan church
Scut hern Oregon is almoet »dis cure m ire business in tb< section faces with bls Im ibaustlble fund of
Burn«. Rev. A. J Irwin pastor
tinct state. It« interest», as well as ir dicated. There is plenty of capi stories.
'•Big Head Ha« Made Its Appezrioce the interests of a large portion of lal behind tile line, he «ays. arid
heights lietween life and doth. bad
OI ONTARIO OREGON
the Willamette va'.ley, are tie-l up it is going
la I be West.
through with dispatch cried for some goMewrort It was of Sunday« of each month al 11 a. m. I
with the Southern Pacific, whose
refor-l tliat Old Kenesaw had trudg and 7:30 p. in. Sabbath «ebool at
eenter of operation and greatest when work actually begins. Just ed eight miles to And a large t>un< h pf 10 a m. every Sabbath morning
f th» ‘h»»p in- activity »re at S«n Fran<-iaco That • ben that will start is not known the flaming yellow Bowers and placed
Preaching nerviest at th« Baptist
dustrv in » ne pi t« nf Utah. Ids- company i« doing magnificent work st present, bat be suggests tbot it llt*m where the child could see them
He lured the little patient« to sleep ehureh every let and 2nd Sundeia,
ho sod E> ’> r N vi ta may well in the development of the Will»# • may I« st sny dsv.
with bls quaint old billable« when morning and evening Knndav C
»tie «1'1 Rn>' river \»lle-. •
• au»» alar u »
flo-kmas- th- r geographies! lo -’«.o of ne -
purses' words »nd doctor«’ opiate« l ad
's ■ L«.
Herald eff.itv tern
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prayer meiHing every Thur la
c< >•* u«V SJff
«« - avs
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A large stock of Black Leaf
Uheep Dip Always on Hand.
We positively guarantee that
we can and wii! supply gro
ceries cheaper than any one
Oreg-on Forwarding Co
T]A¿ Sums IZotel.
Special Accommodations for Traveling Men.
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