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    BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, Al Gl ST 15.
VOL. XVI
NO. j8
I
Religions Senins.
“Wai,” answered the ,Uti i»cr.
i: I County Court, ami now on file
v OREGON HAS 2150 SCHOOLS tiemen are from Bisbee. Arizona, TALK OF SPECIAL SESSION ville. These tracts are really a
continuation of the main body, be­ ■ when pa died”he lell»>ne«t sMR k
and
were
at
Stein
mountain
to
ex
­
Io
H in fliouhl not be admitted to
____________
tween the Wallowa and Grand o’ papers that high»”:
amine properties for the Bisbee-
Probate as tin- I i>t Will anti Testa­
THERE WERE 3414 TEACHERS WERE Oregon Gold Mining Company, PEOPLE WANT LAWS REOLLATINÜ Hondo valleys, with the settlement his hand to a position jusG nbov. 1
ment ot aid t’eee sod. and why
known as the Looking Glass coun- his knee),¿md. I ain't"•gAt '”Half
RAILROADS.
which company had a bond on the
EMPLOYED LAST YEAR.
Letters ot tdininistration with said
try between them.
property
for
12,1)00,000.
They
through
th
’
pilej
so
w-h^t
’
s
th
’
us.'
Will
annexed, should not be issued
V«« .
Ll-.y
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The amount in Morrow is not
found a mountain of ore, but after
to Mary A. Clark, According to the
gettin’ more?”, . '
y ratal Nsaibcr ot People la Stale of School striking an average of the assays Oppotltl.ii io Portage Ralro.d Croase» la- large, only three sections in range
prayer to the petition on tile in said
Slgaatioa—doveraor Would Not
Age is I43,7fl--Report Shows
28, being withdrawn. A small
made during six weeks’ time found
Court.
¡Mv,.
Favor
Ceaveaiag
Legislature.
Decrease Is Atteadsacc.
tract near La Grande is also includ­
“A vourtg*friend of mine,’-’
the ore to run from 40 to 60 cents
Witness, Tim Hon. II C. I.evens.
'f'. q.
ed in the withdrawal.
Senator
Jose|41t \V. Bailey, “mar-1
in gold and from 80 cents to $1 in
',U
Judg. of the County Court of the
The
State
Board
of
Portage
Rail
­
Superintendent nf Public Instruc- silver per ton. which returns con­
tied, not 1«.ng ago, ,t mw.ut- -oft!
State of Oregon for the County of
—
ion J. II. Ackerman has completed demned the property The above way Commissioners held their regu­
About 25,000 men went to 50 years, She • was riclt asftlsiglr*'
Harner. thi I >th day of .Inly A. D.
lar
monthly
meeting
last
week,
unt he complication of the school sta- section has been attracting consid­
Cuba and Porto Rico 111 the late he was handsome and poo-. • ‘ ■'
190,3.
said
the
Oregonian,
but
transacted
istics for the year 1903, by taking erable attention of late, and there
war and already 60,000 claims
Attest
F S. RIEDER.
“The day .ity.'r the weilffing I
*> rom the annual reports of the is plenty of ore, but it is of low only routine business. Civil Engi
for pensions have been, tiled, met the bi ide and groom o'ff a
[ seal |
County Clerk
neer
A
E.
Hammond
reported
that
>
o'clock
p
tn
Preaching
ser-
■ ir Superintendents of the different grade, and owing to the surround­
which goes to show that some of Pullman train, traveling \Ve*t’
all
the
field
work
had
been
complet
­
ii" ouc.ties recently filed. The Btate- ings it will not pay to handle.—
ed, and that he is gathering the in­ the soldiers must have been l ite groom went into rite smoking
s very exhaustive in its scope, and Winnemucca Standard.
formation which the board will need wounded several times. Winne­ compartment with me, and tve !
j1? overs every detail of school statis-
y ?: ’*** "J
in
bringing suits to condemn a right mucca Standard.
; JOHN \I«M I 1 .LEN
lighted up. lit; smoky J glovjU'
**' »ice.
The Desert Will Yield.
of
way.
The
board
will
not
bring
The total number of persons in
ly. He w as silenf'q long w bile.
:
Photographer.
a suit until it has the matter well
'< he slate of school age, between 4
•• "\\ ell. Jack,’ I >,qil, ‘si? J^is is
The other night the colored
F. M. Philips, who works for the in hand, so that there will be no
, nd 20 years of age.for 1903, is giv- Cline Falls Power Co., was in
pastor of the Wheat Street Bap­ your honeymoon, eh;
• Burns.
—
—
Oregon
n as 143,757, against 138,466, an Prineville last Saturday and made delays after the condemnation suits tist Church spoke a welcome to
“
lie
smiled
gritnly.
•
khn>M
‘
,
t
“
l
’
reaching
services
nt
the
Baptist
are once started. While the board
J
Cloudy days preferred for
1 crease of 5291 for the year. Of the Review office a pleasant call.
C.iW-i‘church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
I
Booker T. Washington. Pastor call it iny honeymoon,’ he-
• making sittings Photos fin-
“J1 be total enrollment, 92,390 are of This company is the first one to regret« the delay caused by the re­
Bryant is a regular “rousement” It’s tlie hat vest moon with nip.' ” ntorning and evening Sunday I ished in carbon and platinum
!,* ye primary class; 8680 of the get water on the desert, and from fusal of the O. R. & N. Co. to grant
«2 ' tueiihool every Stnalay at 11 a. in
preacher,
In the course of his ' — Baltimore Post.
• fleets.
w jeondary class; 100,064 between the trial they have, given grains, a right of way, there is nothing to
»
’[prayer meeting every Thursday
imagine
speech
he
said
he
could
•
instantaneous pro< ess use
<m and 20 years of age on the regis- grasses and fruit proves that the be done but pursue the usual course.
-Vetiing.
• extensively l’'iist-el:iss work
tr, and 1517 under 6 years of age. ground is wonderfully productive The length of thedelav will depend •‘the angels leaving the battle- j
» «- •
J ami satisfaction guaianti <•<!.
i“erc In the state there were 3914 and will raise almost anything in largely upon the rapidity with ntents of heaven to kneel at the I
which
the
courts
can
try
the
issues
foot
of
the
throne
and
beg
for
fur
­
)■"»• 'acbers employed during the year, abundance. The company has in
• CIIATION.
after suit has been brought.
loughs to perch on the stars out­
’ which number 1153 hold state
two acres of sugar beets, three acres
It is quite evident that the peo­
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I In the County Court of the Slate of
^ •rtificates or diplomas, 920 first of potatoes, two acres of carrots, all
side and hear Booker T. Wash­
of the Upper Columbia are in­
ple
Henry Blackweli/v*e>t,ur4^.v,J#^l . P,V g‘>n, for the County of Hurney KODOL digests what you eat
k
ade certificates, 835 second grade, of which looks as fine as they can
ington speaking wisdom and pat­
to a representative of t^v,.,Firf'V U’L the iinitteixof the Es
\ 14 third grade, 52 primary grade, possibly do. They have cut their dignant over the course of the O. riotism.”— Atlanta Constitution.
R. & N. Co., and there has been
cleanses. purifies, strengthens
Bruhn company, of
3-*-u
* • Clink
KODOL and
ui, ..id 476 permits. Those holding
sweetens the stomach.
first crop of alfalfa, which produced several manifestations of a desire
irtificatesof institute attendance an immense yield and the second
head of tine Leet’eatile, whig]LAV411 c
, .
,
~ I ** I u .lames ( lin k and Mnrv Pntit
cures
Indigestion, dyspepsia, and
to
retaliate.
While
the
O,
R.
■<•
N
KODOL all stomach
A fool and his money are soon shipped west last night.% J. l‘.hWàfoH,rO(|lt.r yU(|
'' amber 2434, and there were 1258 crop is now coming on in fine
and bowel troubles.
,,f I],,, a|,1|Ve
officials
gave
what
was
to
them
a
if aplicants examined for teachers’
margined.
ton Herald
accelerates
the
of the gas­
shape.
-
untiteli
Allen
I*
Clark
deceased,
KODOL tric glands and action
sufficient reason for refusing to
Xrtincatea, of which 197 failed, and
gives tone to the
It’s mighty comforting to have
They have sixty acres in wheat, grant a right of way, the people
• •
■•Mini (o'A.xii^^tul Elizabeth, sisters digestive organs.
*r; ere were 196 certificates inborsed
Save The Children.
eighteen acres in rye, five acres in feel that the real purpose is to pre­ a thin wife when you’ve got to
,
la
alyvp named Allen I Clark KODOL relieves an overworked stomach
•.living
the year.
• ..1
...........1 whose
’ real 1 naiueH are un- -------------- of all nervous strain give« to
ft hip: 2
Ninety-nine of every one hundred
deceived,
barley and two in oats, al) of which vent the construction of a portage take a long drive with her.
Henn.'.» The table of attendance shows
heart a full, free and untrammeled
A man doesn’t care to have dieenses that ehihlren , J mjw
Rnn’ifii, .. mid J q nll'Persons interested the
look splendid and will make a railway, which will certainly effect
. _ *
_
action, nourishes the nervous system and
mp.v at there were 32,145 persons of
cooking schools run in his house; to disorders o f the ‘iH'ttr.'iSFr/a'nd4 5A Art'll 1 st ,i
feeds the brain.
large yield. All varieties of vege­
. . -
• »
1|e hool age not attending any school; tables are growing fine and the a reduction of freight rates. Quite
these disorders me all W’ftsed’Ey ’Tn
he wants graduates there
KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that is
naturally,
therefore,
men
interested
the
Nante
of
III
■
State
of
Orr-
64 between 4 and 20 years of age
more indigestion.
Kodol Dyspepsia
(’ure . gon. You are hereby cited to be ami ------------- making so many sick people well
efforts and money spent show that in the welfare of Eastern Oregon
Some
men ------------
haven -- ’t —
any j ---------
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-
. .
weak people strong by giving to their
and
oan.3 tending school outside of districts.
the dessert can be made to blossom regret to see any corporate interests practical sense than to think they >8 j«st
K'’0»1 •’’[ ehil.lrm as lci*-l Afijiear
yi-P - [it ..........................................................
: mart
the Countx Court of the bodies all of the nourishment that is con­
ae whole number of daye’ atten-
as a rose when water is once applied stand in the way of the building of did a clever thing to get married for adults. Child., n thrive arrii ‘
lkr,.gl l f„,' the County of tained In the food they eat.
ince for the year was 9,877,189,
Bottles only, $1.00 Si/« holding 2*4 times the trial
It
keeps
their
little
stomach»
sweeW
’
r
‘
ft,
11
,.^
al. u,,. C(>(|rt
to it.—Prineville Review.
the road.
even after they have done it.--
size, which sells for 50c.
'„‘j1 id the average daily attendance
and encotirnges their growth' mid "it th« city nf Burns, in the County
Believing
that
it
is
the
purpose
frspared only by E. C. DeVITT 4 CO.. CU1CA00.
New York Press.
66,779 last
is
64,129,
against
¡development Mis, Hfiirr*<'arf«M, I of Harney, on Monday, the 7th dux
mark.
’
C. U. Snider to be Receiver
of the O. R. <fc N. Co. to prevent the
tiler'-ii ar.
'705
Central St. Nashville, ‘Tiit’, ‘if Sjqrteinber, A. D. 190.3, at Id
success of any project that looks
The miscellaneous statement
••I
wish.
Susan,
”
said
a
fond
Isays:
"My little bovJ. trow- tfitee o’clock a tn , ot that dav, then and
C.
U.
Snider,
who
returned
from
toward
the
reduction
of
freight
K.-om- owe that there 2143 organized
l Wo SI
Portland Tuesday, came home with rates, the people have at once Philadelphia mother to iter new years old and has Item ' sufferi-ng 1 there to show cause, if t on or any .
strict« in the state, against 2121
the Receivership of the Lakeview thought of retaliating by taking nursemaid, as related by the Led­ with indiges'ion ever since lie was ' oTyott qave, why a certain insitu-
'V ? st year, an increase of 22 districts,
DeWitt’
ï Salve
land office in his vest pockot. He aggressive measures to accomplish ger, “that you would use a ther­ 1 born. I have had the be q ,‘fiein'tV ' incut in writing presented tn the
foe Pilca, Gurno, Sores.
which total number 47 failed to
consulted with the delegation while the desired end by some means mometer to ascertain if the water I in Nashville, but failed to do him
r"! port. There are 2159 schoolhouses
in the metroplis and they all agreed other than the construction of a is the right temperature when you any good After usit g one IGtlle
5
™ wtttk the state,2125 last year, showing
of Kodol he is a »veil luibv I peirtHf-
, that Mr. Snider should be appoint­ portage railway, if necessary. There give baby his bath.”
hon buildings to have been construct-1
1 mend it to all sufferers ”■ K.i'.lol
ed. It may be a week or two before has been talk of demanding the
“Oh,” replied Susan, cheerfully,
. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENÌ
iSVV throughout the state. The table
¡digests what yoji eat and makes
the appointment is made, but it is passage of an act at the next ses­
io shows a total of !*0070 legal
“don’t you worry about that. 1 the stomach sweet Sold by
thought that he will do duty as re­ sion of the Legislature providing
ters for school purposes at the
don’t need no thermometer for ' Druggists
ceiver inside of a month.
for the fixing of maximum freight
ae of making the county reports,
Mr. Snider is not new to the rates and some have gone so far as baby. If the little one turns red
’ —r——
.
Ihip vinst 85,146 last year, showing a
work of the land office, as he served to advocate the calling of a special the water is too hot; if lie turns
ilthy increase.
7 if •
in the same capacity for four years session of the Legislature at once blue it’s too cold, and there you
The average number of months of
are.”
From J. II Seaweard’r 1 rafich in
under Prisident Harrison's admin­ for that purpose.
i*'1“” tool taught during the year was
Barren Valley, one ■.rrel race mare
istration. No doubt Mr Snider will
If
the
position
of
the
O
R.
dr
N.
"r..i 2, and there were 36 county school
w hite strip down no«*. scar on mwr,
give satisfaction to the people of Co. meant the final interruption of
A traveler who not long since 1
titutes held. The library re-
branded lazy ■*- on left hip. also 7
"Û
391
‘
h
’
8
district
and
hie
selection
is
the
work
of
building
the
Portage
xvas journeying on horse-back 1 with bar beneath on right hip a.iri
■tie.y: ts show that there are 7 ,
. j pronounced a good one.—Lake­ road, it is probable that Governor
umk’ rary books on baud, of which
through a thinly settled section ot vented w ith same on right shouldm.'
view Examiner.
Chamberlain would look with favor
"‘r 495 were purchased during the
one of our western states was 1 1 will pay a suitable reward for in r 1
TI i I r hntfl TR '< flit mil v located and micbr th» nlai>ac<'in<
nt nf tin
upon the project of calling a special
*
u.
stopped
one day by an old farmer formation as to her whereabouts.'
•'x'|»»Yi< tici »1 landlord. Tin* building bn l>»■< n thomuglily renovated
Nsw T.x Ageit •! the 0. R. nd N.
session.
Such
a
session
could
nor,
The financial report shows that
Stu A. K» ktz . Cord, Qregoie hâid
I
iw well furnlidied
The dining room is in » ’Large of polite, accotn-
however, pass an act that would fix who showed his interest in the
t. 'all of the counties in the state
J . W. Morrow, recently appointed rates which would become ojatra- newcomer by asking many ques-1
Miollating wiiitern
The table« are furnished with the I wm I.
the time the reports were made.
ag”t”f
o? r ’I
1 urniturv < heap, r than <-\i-r «be­
tions, occording to Harper’s Mag­
re was a total of »383,366.40 k- company) t<) guC(jeed A 8 Wstt> tive soon enough to apply to the
I n C onnection .
fore i. this town. We bought ffiPxST C lass B ak
moving of the grain crop of 1903, azine.
•, h on band.
w|10 reijreg on a pension, after 24 and not only the Governor, but the
right
and
will
sell
rij'lit
I
very
After relating much about the
years in the service of the com- members of the Board of Portage Spanish war and happenings of nicest in Lace and Muslin ,<’pr-
Josquis Miller in Ashland.
pany, is well known all over Railway Commissioners believe
tains. I. tdn - .-nil
1 ju-pi . t
more recent date, of which his
hip-
,
We can please you in l>oth style»h|’
the state, having been a pio­ that a condemnation suit can be
questioner had heard nothing till and price Bureaus, tjhiffonieri«.'
. ¡oaquin Miller, the “Bard of the i neer of Morrow county, which was
/ oils i» paia Phi
rraa," arrived in A.bland yester- named for bis family, and held concluded and the road completed then, the stranger asked the coun­ Sideboards, Iron Bejs, and in fact
I RANK K.l iiKPIN \ l< . Pm
in
lime
to
handle
next
year's
crop.
r afternoon from hie home near
tryman why he did not take a everything in our line—Barn*
many important positions in the
Nothing, therefore, wonld be
t I^andro, Cal., and came to local and state governments. He
weekly paper and keep posted.
Furniture Co
gained
by the calling of a special
■¿.‘,.,1 the Crater Lake excursion resigned tbe office of state land
session.
The
members
of
the
OF BURNS, OREGON.
* ch leaves the Rogue River Val- agent to accept the i>osition with
board Mieving in pursuing an ag­
next week aays the Tidings: the O R A N.
Accotifrts of Corporations, l-irins and Individuals Solicited,
gressive policy with a view to
. Miller ta aa picturesque in ap-
«rt -’«
carrying out the wishes of the Leg­
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS
>: <*■ rance as ever, walks with as
«rtk v
Tbe Pacific Land and Livestock islature and of the people regard­
fghtlv
a
atep
and
does
not
ap-
neiib
.h tin l> Italy, Frank I» <
N I
I .-fe,r, It J
n W*
« hir •
Houe-- H’m
j) • .1
<•••.•! i «
» utnininr* H M llortoi . ’
r a day older that: when he was Company, of San Francisco, which ing the construction of the Portage
,n
Tlmroft.- I ht \ »»
i»'”’Jackson county about three has operated so extensively in our road
^tk.*‘ ra ago It will be recalled that sister county of Harney for years
dz<SA tn ft Countg warnntt bought at tho ma rhot r . t a.
■rttrwf’ presence at Chautauqua was past, has desided that for tbe good
WORE LAWOS ARE WITHDRAW*.
IS m - bank 1t Insured sod
Albert o -ui - I f<-
■ . I
horglary
of the range in that county, they
or hold up -lax or nlul-t
• or «». vented by the condition of bis
will drive nearly all their cattle to
The LaGrande land office has re­
her’s health, »bo lives near him
their California aifafa fields, It is ceived instructions to withdraw
'
tie
California
home.
>■:* ‘A
too bad that they could not have from settlement a total of iJAJ.CRJ*r
<t*NT«** p
I II
I
—
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. f Tit*
_
—
come to that conclusion year, ago. acres of forest ¡and located in Union
when such an action would have Wallowa and Morrow counties
• ir cm ** -see
resulted
beneficially. Now. as a re­ That portion lying in Union coun­
,rt - hs following fr m
the Austin
rotis I» UAl.y i i
sult
of
their
overstocking
they
are
ty is a «trip of heavy pine tint'» r
eille su.taioM the report recent-
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¡à
forced
to
abandon
the
Harney
land on the ridge of the Blue moan
•ubliabed io this paper that the
■T-
range
and
drive
to
their
California
tains.
69,000
acre*
in
extent,
be
­
n mountain mine, have been
ndoned by the Bl.bee Arizona, alfalfa fields. However, tbe small­ tween Cove and Wallow valley ,and
pan tea which lave been Jevel- er stockmen who sb.red these is one of the most magnificent belts
< > Í < I GON
range, with the company unfortun­ of yellow pine left in the west
e.Jf >< them for the past three years
I 11 tn - < i .■ In. X id ilitlii
Pat Spillane and E T Murphy. ately bare no California alfafa This tract laps over into Wall >wa
■ have been ■>>» ng an exami- field, to which to drive.—Prineville county, and reach*« well down tn
Jot
oa of tbe 8te n mountain mine. Journal
,tbe head of B»ar creek, in the kwer
N I
Hambolt gau r. arrived in
Wallowa valley.
rtiii Thursday
Mr. W Brown, of Wagontire' Another tract of the same kind
II. UM.
at Lake- _________
of litnl*r is set aside near Elgin,
^.giiepah
• *° ’*** soutb- mountain, was
__ . _ registered
w______ _______
„ .
Burns ZZotel.
. / Special Accommodations for Traveling Men.
First National Bank
. FIRST NATIONAL BANK
,3t
’part of Myo
view Sunday
»ay. the Examiner land .till another near Summer-
ces J.c
i