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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY.OREGON,;AUGUST 29, 1903.
IOO MUCH value for the best barley exhibit; WILLIAMSON HAS A “KICK" l»erservation or water supply is the
RELIANCE WINS FIRST HEAT OF RACI
o - nt i « ii
presented to the
pretext of their withdrawal.
the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Com
and now on tile
"We’ve gone far enough creating Tbe Cup Deiender puts it (her Shamrock
Services at Christian Scion.
pany. of St. Lewis, will give a sim
III in lommanding Stvle.
I.' Id not he admitted to
ILtll every F*uti<l:ii' at I I a tn aiu
OREGON IRRIGATION SITES DONT ilar prize for the best specimen of CREATION OF NEW FOREST RESERVES reserves. Now let’s stop.”
the lust Will and Teata-
p in. Service Wednesday < vei.
LOOK GOOD TO NEWEI L.
N s w York, Aug. 22. — Ina splen
i-.l t ie ,-ed, and wily
to the fact that Oregon is entitled ilici' 12 to 15 knot breeze over a ings at S Subject lor next Simd.-i«
trat on with Mid
to more than *3,0(M),000 of the re windward mid leew ird course of .‘10 Aug. .’lit. Man.”
A story is told of ex-Governor
not be issued
i ->9 The Meat Attractive Ones Are Airead« Taken Pennover’s trouble with A. Bush,
clamation fund for irrigation pro miles the gallant Reliance today
Rev A J. Irwin will preach at ' '
the Salem banker, which illustrates e**'"" Tbiorii'1 ,re t*rrvio« ,hc p"lk> jects. About *90<).<X)O of this was beat the Shamrock III. in com- Harney the
2ml Sunday of caci
■n t >(
Too Fur for Practical Use and
i to the petition on tile insilili
Moaatala Region Next.
his ready wit. A mutual friend
■ mantling style bv exactly nine month at 1 1 a. m, ami 7:.’>0 p. m < 'ourt.
Injure tbe Stales.
land under the timber and stone minutes actual time, or -even min- Sabbath school every
sabbath at ’
Oregonian Washington corres was the ex-governor that Mr. Busli
\\ ini' s, rhe Hon. Il
act, and from commutation of home- j lltes aluj
had said the reason of their differ
afler dedlie- i p. in.
: the t'ounty Court of the
ences was because I’ennoyer run willialngon .¡eclare8 th;(l creation
report, made public today. E. II
Sunday school at Il.iinov (lit Stut 1.1 <>i< en lor tlm County of
his mills too much, I lie ex-gover-i of t||B proposed forest reserves in new irrigation law Last year the |l!4n,|j,..,|, It was a royal water
Newell, chief of the Government re
I ■ h day ofJuly A. D.
Sunday of each month at |(> Il ne.-e. r
nor’s rejoiner was.
Mr. ()regO11 wj|) ],e very unfortunate collections were more than $5,000,- tight for the ancient trophy which
'ID ftj J clamation service, reviewing con
Bush sits there in his bank piling , f —
carries with it the yachting supre
ditions in Oregon, says:
Attest: F. S. RIEDER,
"Now,” sait! Mr. Williamson, macy of the world, and by a strange and fourth Sunday of each month
up his gold, and hoarding it year in ! j came down flat-footed in opposi-
“The localities where irrigation
and year out. I*
lie keeps piling it tj0ll jo (,le policy which the Inter« "let’s have several big irrigation coincidence the victory today oc-1
work can proceed with the greatest
projects in Oregon; not one or two ' curred on the fifty-second anniver
has inaugurated in
advantage have been selected al up dollar on dollar; but what gooil j ¡or Department
surveys and a few withdrawals, but [ sary of tbe day on which the old
At tlie Presliyterian church
ready by the state under the Carey
Rev. A J. Irwin pastor
America captured it in
“This smearing of reserves,” said
act, and it is not desirable to fore
-it >1 I x NI<• \I l 1 ,LF.N
tile third anil fourth
lie to an Oregonian reporter, “over
stall state action in the matter.
one-fourth of the map of the state,
Preliminary examinations made so
FOREST FIRES 00 DA'lAOE.
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at
1 promiscuously and arbitrarily, once. This matter should be one | The nautical sharp-, who had
tar—up to December 31—show that
10 a. m. every Sabbath morning
without regaid to the welfare of the
most of the reclamable land is so
Forest fires are burning up thou
Preaching services at the Baptist •9
communities afleeted, is what I call
situated that the projects must be
Cloudy days preferred for
, he challenger church every 1st and 2nd Sund.it
sands of acres of the best pine for abuse of the forest reserve policy. ter. We members of Congress from ! tate t|u,
small and scattered, and little va-
making sittings. Photos tin-
ests in Eastern Oregon. Tbe con The Cascade reserve has been and [ Oregon are no goed if we can’t get lilt any kind of weather, regard to morning nn • evening Sunday
cant public land can be benelitted
i lied io < irlion and platinum
flagration is advancing a mile a will lie a benefit. Certain regions one or two projects started here.”
day’s test ns conclusive, although school every Sunday nt 11 a. m.
Further examination will boubtless
Mr. Williamson added that the they hardly anticipated so over- prayer meeting every Thursday
dav towards the towns of Richland of the Blue Mountains might also
I. botM’J reveal many localities when! work
In t:int.'ll.<'oi<H process use
and Sparta. An appeal to Baker be set aside to advantage. The re delegation should be “rawhided” if ¡whelming a Victory. The race evening.
»h f J can be begun to advantage am! per
City for help has been answered by 'serve system well used should he I it should fail of success.
Fit t-elass w i k
sistent search will justify the ex
i ml -ill fact inn guaranteed.
"But," he remarked, ‘rawhided’ Thomas, who insisted after Thürs-
the Citizens League. The people
penditure of considerable sums in
is a pretty strong word, and I pre- llay‘H (|„ko (hat his eonlìdenee in
of Eagle Valley are organizing into condemned.”
Cl I ATKIN.
construction of storage ami diver
lire companies of 50 persons each
The theory of forest reserves M r.
In the County Court of tin- Stale of
under captains to fight the (lames. Williamson approves, Wise ap- look well in print. Just the same I Kite was greater than ever.
This presumption, it may be ad
Oregon, for the Com.tv of Harm y
The Eagle Valley Bower Company's pncation ()f the theory lie com- 1 it’s mv
KODOL digests what you eat.
ded, has apparently been justili. I
In the matter of the Es 1
sawmill and 2,000,000 feet of lum ntends. But he thinks that East-
"[.‘ judging from the large number of
tale of Allen T Clark
Wm. Wooley went to Barren ' able plices.
KODOL cle 11
ui withdrawals made under the irri- ber for the construction of a power ern enthusiasts have allowed the
and sweetens the stomsen.
J™; gation act in Eastern Oregon dur
To James Clark and Mary I’, til, KODOL cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, and
Save The Children.
a month. Miss Lillian I larri» ac-
Mr. destroyed. It is yery dry in the practical aspects of the question in
ing the past six months.
brother and sister of tlm above ------------------ all stomach and bowel troubles.
companied him as far as Watson, I Ninety nine of every one hundred > named
S Newell recognizes the justic, of valley and everything is burning this state. The paramount need of
......... i Allen I'. Clark deceased, KODOL -l neleratesthe action of the gas-
where she will spend a few weeks diseases that children have an- dm |all(| t(, Axie ami Elizabeth. >i
----------------- tn.- glands and gives tons to the
making expenditures in Oregon in
is the development of more >
visiting Mrs. M. N, Fegtly—Cald to disorders of the ......... ch, ami ,,f th,, a|)1)V(, „nmed Allen T Clark digestive organs.
view of the large contributions of over the entire section all day and resources and the enlargmeiit of
KODOL relieves an overworked stomach
! these disorders are all entisetl by decease«!, wlmse real mimes an- un- -----------------
the state to the reclamation fund. at night a reflection of fire can be ¡fields of industry. “When the
of all nervous strain gives to
seen for miles around in the sky. Eastern theorists," remarked Mr.
• heart t full, free and untrammeled
“On the other hand,” be ay- ‘the
a t >ti. n mushes the nervous system and
Enormous losses have incurred to Williamson, “see us arguing the
There is a lot of rejoicing in the is just as good fir children as it is [ j„ gaj(j ,.„1,^,..
feeds the brain.
, fatile E demand for and immediate n- < - -
th«' crop as well as the forest and practical side of the question and editorial family this week. It is a 1 for ad ults. Children tlirivi* unit
sity of reclamation works are not
In the Nan..... . th.. State of On - KODOL ' ‘
b , canti
won<i®rful remedy that is
homes of settlers.
I «plinti particularly noticeable.”
trying to hedge their ideas I with
»■«■■. handsome boy, weight 10 pounds, It keeps tli. ir little stomachs sweet | I gon, You are hereby cited to Im ami ----------------- m . .ing so many sick people well
strong by giving to their
ami encourages their growth and
practical limitations, they call us
He says the opportunity fot re
I appear in the County Court of the b ii HI of the nourishment that is con
TRIE FISH STORY.
claiming much of the land along
Stall' of Oregon, for the County of tained in the food they eat.
p Off ri « the foot of the Cascade Mountains
“The man who understands the soon as the other party—the lead-, "05 Central St. Nashville, T«-n . Harii'-y, nt the Court room thereof, I; ttl< only, $1
1 Mir. 2'6 tlrr.es th« trill
This is a fish story.
size, which sells fur 50c.
says: "My little boy i- now thru
(needs of this state sees that its ing lady in the case—will agree, , he
rad Ut i md in the Blue Mountain country
It is not a fish story made up to
Prtpjred only bj E. C. OsWITT 4 CO . Id KA 00»
will bo named Jimmy, after his
1 1 years old and has been stilb ring ,■ ..
Bimbi ,8 good, but, in view of the recent fill space or to attract the attention I i progress will be retarded by crea
'»> Harney, on Monday, the 7th day
under the Carey act, of readers this Sunday morning tion of the proposed reserves. The
I of Sept,.inner, A. D. I'.MK!, at I'l
II uame i «elections
whicb bave coverei! localiti'-s a ltere when they have more time to read reserves are intended ostesible to
¡o’clock a. tn , of that day, limn ami
vater can be most advantageously
promote progress, but they remove ! will he begun. We can't tell you in Nashville, blit failed to do him lher. to howoau
if u .
r , cat’ ’■ •
oruvl, After U“ii g 01)1 bottle <11 V i 11 I I 1 <1 *•«. «< I . «.........«.»...
means of attaining the very ob- how our boss looks, for he has not any
Op W<lll tsed, he says them is some unct r-
<»f you have, why n certain in-iru-
ject they atm at. Their purpose is made liis appearance at the office [of Kodol he is a well baby I recoin-
.ainty as to what may he thè 1 si
the upbuilding of the common
tpportunities for Government re-
Il is a true fish story, and the |
digests what you ent and makes
i, damation systems, lb does not facts can be substantiated by men wealth, but their effect is the re
The Interior Department desires the stomach sweet, Sold by Burns
gression of the energies that up
>' vish to bring about a conflict be-
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
of probity who know all the circum-
to put new men in the offices of Druggists
build the coiumonwenltb.
"t ween the operators under the Carey
“Consider, for example, the pro Register and Receiver at the Lake
tut and the general Government
On last Friday, two boys named
The country immediately south Shannan, residents of this city, posed reserve in Northern Wallowa view Land Office. E. M. Brattain I
ESTUA Y i : d
>f the Blue Mountains being almost were wading in Powder river, al County. All the valuable timber and Harry Bailey are the present '
it e»i ompletely tn coutr-il of thetlov-
From J. II. Seaweard’s ranch in
MRS A J<>RDAN, Pr<.pr ■ i.ir. I I
in that withdrawal is already in ----------------
most in the center of town, when
The department holds nothing Barren Valley, on«’sorrel nit1«: mare
rnment, and having an apparent
they came to a bole in the dry part
can come of depriving the persons against the character of Brattain white strip down nos'- -• iir tin n
rM- .bundance of artesian water to
of the bed of the river with a small
on left Itij./also 7
who own those lands of owning the or Bailey, but does not like their branded lazy
hi«"-' • raw upon, in a general way .Iler-
stream of water flowing from it but
with bar beneath on •Vighl hijk ayd
| intervening lands? Why nut per administration of the offices.
I. WWj ttractions for a Government rei bi
with no inlet. Investigation show
''A itylrf' ff'oliY r.
mit development "to proceed, the
nation system not found el.-- «In r<
ed that this hole was fed by a
IIJM-S 'his cannot be said of Lake and
timber that is available to lie sold gress lias debated the award of'I will pay a suitahltr er-wifrd Ibr in-
spring and tbe water which gushed
and the' hinds to be devoted to tliese places for some time. Its formation as to Intr wtb-rerfRonls.
Clamatb counties, where the 1 imi
from it was ice cold.
Sin A. KniTjt.’Onrd’ < tr<-j;oii.
, »This hotel is centrally located and i tub i tie- management of nu
agriculture, livtptcck and other favorites are understood to lie C. U,|
re almost completely controli.d
Soon the boys found that this
■A “ -r Jk V 1 « V'»
Snider, of Lakeview, and J. N. Wat-
The building h<- i -i Iliorourlily renovated
j,' y individuals of stock compani -
hole was literally alive with the
The (lining room i- in < -|< arg' ol polite, accolli -
“Then consider the proposed re- son, of Paisley, who are in lietter ' 1 i urnitlirc i-lii-ap.'i-than dyer Is - and is well furnished
‘hese lands will probably b. the
species of trout found in this section
Ì lie table- ' i < turn lu i « illi th' bi st.
seserve in Southwestern Oregon. IHjlitical accord with the delegation (fore in this town . We bought
.w- ist to be consider' d by tin <1 v
of the country. With their bands
they caught 20 which they took
I.ace > and Muslin Cur-1
_ 1.. 1 in
valuable timber is already owned inarm, however, wants Brattain
j Attorney Will R King of Ontari ■ home.
by individuals. What good can ap|H>inted.
'tains. Ladies, call and inspect.
Their grandfather named Emer
The contest over the office of We can please you in both style |
rite as a Caldwell visitor Friday ev n
come of reserving the intermediate
hastily constructed ajsmall
s«’-"! ig, while returning honu from
Register at La Grande is unsettled and price. Bureaus, < liiffimmrs,
ii»*' oiee. Mr. King enjoy- quite tn net and accompanied the boys to which already has enough and too The lielegation refuses to desert Nideboardft, Iron Beds, and in fai-t
the scene of their find.
Knowles an«l seems to be holding everything in our iflie.—Burns
JOHN l> DAI.Y. I'm»
t. S>r'.’ ttenaive law practice in 1-1 <l.<> —
In a short time he had scooped
I «Hill H
F ItANK «.COFFIN, Vic» P hi -
own against Secretary Hitchcock Furniture Co.
additional Iieauties. These
serve in Southern Crook county —Oregonian.
trout were from eight to 10 inches
and Northern Lak* and Klamath
; Hoda water at the City Drug
PrixeA Are Offeree.
in length. Although this is a fish
Job printing—The Times Herald Store
Tbe good lands are nil taken up
OF BURNS, O^ECON.
-tory, and a truthful one, the facts
Cullivators of the arid distr:.
and the |ioor lands, whose use is
Aaounts of Corporations, I trm and Individuals Solicited,
‘Oregon will have a chan to win must be related. They were not as necessary to the development of
. P.L? oney and
medal- >.f di-tm< t> n fine for the table as those usually the gosl, an- to lie reserved. In
WE WANT YOUR LUS: ESS.
caught in the streams.
the competitive display of fruit
found in this spring, while being dustrial projects are hesitating, in
I tr|>s*l>li t, IC. J.
> i » h KiKH hFH-
.h im |) hilly, Frank K ‘
ipa and barley at th m- v< nti fine in appearance, wen* too full of doubt about the privileges they will
William*, J. W. <h*nry, <* ( utumin
And looked tn vain for one cool spot;
City have on the intermediate lands
And vowed he ne er again would eat
.h»wn, 'Iìi«miriM ha vi*
ip: ! ■Id at Ogden, Utah. .“■• t ’
nb. r i Democrat.
A lunch of heat-producing meat.
Why put such a ban on progress in
«5/n/r anH County wurrttnh /- // ■ ht at
t t f •
Once more has " Force ” restored his vim.
18, 1903 Jam»-» M M -or-
a region whose energies are striving
Although tie hot, he’s " Sunny Jim.
tk*itt 1» Tbe Naas.
Ibis bunk in injured and will be n
. v l urglary
ember of tbe Or.-gon execul.v-
to get l<H.es?
or hold up u • .
i in. In
>ard, has been notiti-d
Wiien you go to buy Witch Hazel
“The policy behind tbe creation
crelary of the ex«-ctr.
-alve look for the name Dewitt on of these re«erves is altogether
s that the ton. -th,
. I .•y.-ry Imx The pure unadulterated wrong If- < l.ji-cts nre ill advised
•en to Arisona. Califon
Wit. h Hazel -alve is used in mak Its effect- .re misjudged
s Idaho, Kansa
Montana. Neb- ing DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,
People in Interior <Ir g- n don’t
ska, North Dak ta, N>-v i ■ N.
which is the l*«t salve in the world know what to make <»f it
TU kMSrsaSHrr» viral
exieo. Oklabon >, Ore
it: for ■ it«, burns, bruises, boils ec- their grievance is the r »•UH- ;
lollN I» HAI.A. In.-im-i
ikota, Utah, M .xslii _ -i. n d • u.i and pile« The popularity of of the people of all Wei ■**» rn
males comfort possible
l*<-Witt‘s Witch Hazel Salve, due I tell you that this reeerx. i«u->oess
Senator W. A. < iark
on • sweltering day.
to its many cures, has cause«! num- is getting to be a live i«*ile It i*
11 give a *500
er- us worthleM counterfeits to !»• tbe sul st «nee of the conversation
p properly MB», bed an i mat-
placed on the market, The genn- of alt clasor« of citizen«. And when
1 \ I« I uni?
■:it I« >li
signed for tbe Leal g- ->.
ine ls-»rs the name of E C DeWitt so many |*r«in< raw* protest, they
* * Torr«1 « « bMaau« u> hot komaait r
« of fresh tn. t-
A Co, Chicago So|<i In Burns are Pi lie reckm e«i with Hundred»
« as « «attaf n Oí i vaat it errry m >mta< -
ikoe prize M mm n t
tut I am »Ma U» fb
day wV.k m’vb
and tb«>uaand« <d acres are a iHi
fort Ilia n*t I oa*l
ii«*r N I < tr|s-r>-
q«>rati«aM, fir rv<- « i i
'll ma how to tire
ll raw n that are not eoursea < f w.,u r
a, »teteo an . t- rt
D»in Hay Bucks large and small supply Miles nd miles of land
pot Brewing Compu
:. stock now Price« and term« to, are withdrawn that contain dry
. iEsr. < .inliirr.
okee offlsn a loving
u.t tbe times. Gear A Cummin» i mod or scattered pine« And yet
MUST NOT ASK
Special Accommodations for Traveling Men.
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