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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 3i, 1904.
IN BEEF goes out to you from the depths of MOODY WOULD BE SENATOR by the students, and
photographs TO BUILD THE PORTAGE ROAD
of school rooms, class rooms, and
my heart. Some one has said,
■ pupils will be the features of the
“There are times when words fail
BO ADVANCE IN PRICES WILL to convey meanings, ” It is just SAID TO BE A FACTOR IN PRESENT exhibit. Several schools have al- NELSON & WHITE WILL OET THE
ready arranged for exhibit space,
this lack of power to find words to
■ among these being the University
express my feelings that has de
of Oregon, the Oregon .Agricultural
layed my writing you fer so long,
Cattlemen Expect a Very Strani Market Even now I atn at a loss to know Believed to bo Trylag to Uy Wires to Pull College, and the Monmouth Normal State Partage Road Commisslonera ■ad
Is l4S7--Clalmcd to be Shaping
Next Spring Prom Present Condi-
what to say that would be of com
Open River Association To Make
lions la Sonthwest.
Things to That Ecd.
Their Final Awards.
fort to you in this dark hour. I
can only say—a friend in far away
Christmas at Warm Springs.
While the political atmosphere
Reports from the southwest in- Wisconsin who learned to love little
Contract for building the Celilo
«^dicate that one of the most rernark- Elmer during the short time that is surcharged with reports anent
To the Editor.—The good folks portage road will be awarded today
able shortages in supply of cattle he was her pupil fsels most deeply twists and turns probable in mak of upper Warm Springs settlement to Nelson it White for $115,523,
ing up the texture of legislative or met and erected and ornamented a exclusive of rails and rolling stock.
*~«xftver known in the history of the for you.
While it is hard to see a tender ganization there is an element in nice Christmas tree. The exercises This was the decision reached last
livestock industry is about to cul-
" minaie in a marked advance in the young life blighted, just as the the eternal procedure of politics, consisted of a literary program ac night by the state portage commiss-
i price of beef in the Pacific north- beautiful ro6e that is budding into which, while it hath not been heard companied by numerous songs and ¡oners Governor Chamberlain, See
the evening was finished out with , retary of State Dunbar and State
j,, west. The price was low, but in bloom as it were; still we know not
to speak loudly in these parts, asocial dance.
Treasurer Moore—and J. N. Teal,
q., the last week there has been a
nevertheless exists as a latent com
Santa Claus made his appearance attorney for the Open-River Assoc-
atiot alight advance. Packing houses may have had in his mind. It is
pact of potential force, and that is in all his glory, beauty and beard iation. Rails and equipment will
'fil - »re bidding a little higher every surely for the best even though you
none other than former Congress and made free with esjieeially the bring the total cost of the road u. I
1 l'a week, and a strong advance is look-
man from the Second District, juvenile portion of the assemblege to less than $170,000 or $175,000.
ed for within the next 30 days dear friend. True it is cruel to
Malcolm A Moody, who has cause
Cattlemen expect a very strong have the pride of your heart taken to remember John Newton William dispensing his many and varied The road is to be finished by May
Upp[ market next spring
Portland from you, but remember that old son, in the fact that he is not the gifts that had been prepared tor the 15. and each day’s delay therea:‘er
^ packinghouses anil meat dealers Father Tims is daily bringing you Congressman incumbent, Bays the occasion. Many a smile lighted up Rill cost the contractors $500. savsj
the countenances of the youths as the Oregonian.
will feel the effect and consumers nearer to the brink that your loved Telegram.
Nelson & White will be required
to have a good time. The
■“"■"-may expect to pay higher prices
Now there is a tale going the exercises were quite well conducted to give a bond of $50,000 for faith
;or steaks, roasts and veal cuts,
only a little while and you will rounds that Malcolm A. Moody As a matter of fact, the construc ful performance of the contract.
pYl»iays the Journal.
cherishes within his thorax an am
This firm is building the Great
“There will, of course, be a sym- come to the end of that last jour bition to become United States tive aspect of the occasion partook
Southern Railroad, the new lint
rrpr pathetic advance in the pacific ney at the end of which you will Senator from Oregon; albeit, there more, really of the metropolitan
that is to run from The Dallas to
northwest,” said James M. Neal,
are many in circles political who caste. Great interest was manifest- Dufur and ultimately to Central
manager ol the Pacific States Pack-
say it is a part of the makeup of
ng company. “Buyers for the and is now awaiting you in that state politics that Malcolm A. does ed to see that everyone might have i Oregon.
a good and enjoyable time.
' be portage contract will be aw-
HL-eastern markets will come to Idaho, heavenly land where there are no
so aspire. Now it is also said that
Lee Thornburg was principal arded on a quantity price basis;
K‘ill It Montana and eastern Oregon, the more sorrow but eternal happiness.
the former Congressman hath
territory from which we draw our Again extending you my deepest striven to ally all of hie forces east musician assisted by Wm Bedell. ^bat *M> money will be paid the con-
There was a good attendance, num tractors according to the amount of
mpplies of bee£ and the unusual
of the Cascades with that warhorse erous parties from other localities materials used, Nelson <t White
** 1 lemand will send the price up. I
of the County of Marion, Thomas participating and all seemed glad
enter into the construction con-
io not think any Oregon cattle or ing your heart wounds afresh, I am
Benton Kay, and it is said that that they came.
tract with the State Commission,
calves will be sent to replenish the
Malcolm A. Moody hath not striven
One who was There. ' and the contractors who shall sup-
....... "’southwestern ranches. Texas is in
in vain. But why is thia, wonders
; ply the rails and the rolling stock
— „the quarantine region, and cattle
the seeker after truth, and the wise
will agree with the state to receive
from other states do not thrive
acre hath made reply that th« poli
as compensation what shall remain
io:< i there.
Darling loved one you have left us, tical monarch of the great plateau
of the state fund of $151,000 after
When you gat a catalogue
has therein conspired to lay wires
>VT "I want to say, however, that We your loss so deeply feel,
ro,n ! payment to Nelson Sr White and
mail-order house, juui look it
. estimates of existing supply and But again we hope to meet you,
for 1907, when there is to be elect
with the Open-River Association
i Pi "ireciTctinWnf -fqture conditions in
When the dream of life has lied ed a successor to John H. Mitchell, over and see what their terms
for lb, additional money required.
of credit are in case you do not have
Ai’l .he market for all .‘arm and field Up in heaven with the angels
1 he associatlm. u«t out lo raise
the ready cash; how much will they $40,(WO by subscription frfY noppl«.
Where no farewell tear is shed.
products are usually .¡wav oil'. It
It is said that by the election of
give to assist the poor. After you.
M other .
^^tapossible for anyone t<? tell the 1
Thomas Benton Kav to the Speak
iuenling the state appropriation of
have done thie and receive a reply ’
extent or the result of any supposed
$165,000, but will evidently not
ership of the House the man from
see if your home merchant will do
'.?TI! shortage in these products Sup-
need that much, and perhaps less
east of the mountains can become a
An Unique Christmas Gift.
as well.—Montesano Vidette.
lOSCC'1: plies often come, when needed, from
than three-fourths of it will suffice.
power in the distribution of legisla
That is gcod advice, and while | The meeting was attended also
Hl'n.I®4he most unexpected quarters.
Dr. Marsden haB received a tive patronage, such as the enact
tbl by Attorney-General Crawford and
i.i'HiA Conditions in this country adjust Christmas present a nicely arrang ment of suitable legislation, the the local newspaper spends C
* I State E ngineer A. J. McMillan.
_____ themselves to meet the current de ed packet of the sepap book order appointment of coni mittees et cetera,
mands. Time wt>s when stock containing various specimens of the and thus lay the foundations of a tion of local business, it has a right
raisers kept their steers until they original work of the Indian child Senatorial machine, that will dove to ask that when the autoperitpate-
W. II. Shirk returned Saturday
it you aat were 4 years old, and hogs until ren taken form Burns to attend the tail in with exquisite niceness when tic canvasser for fake means of ad-1 from Jordan valley where he had
they were 2 years old. Now they Fort Bidwell Industrial school. the solons gather in assembly two vertising comes along that he be been looking after road lands. Mr.
given a wide berth by our merchant
iPMiihmdrire BteerB over tbp scales at 2 The work is all
kindergarten years from next January.
Shirk reports that country in a
that whet: orders for patent
Then, there is another thing
prosperous condition. Stock is do
«tics • ~yearB old>and the8e make the fine8t w oik which is under thecontiol
bill-beads are solicited, a firm no
> and LmaUort of beef. Hogs are sent to mar- of Miss Rakestraw. Every kinder The power from East of the Casca
should be uttered, and even when a ing well; recently 2,500 spring
tbaactadiketal 8 months and weighing 150 garten child whose former home des, so ’tie said, would like to have
full stock of printing is enclosed lambs were sold at $2 371 per head,
and Jives________ and are the finest meat. was in this city have contributed to the presidency of the Senate go to
and wool is being contracted for at
with an order for axle grease, that
These changes are in a large part the collection and some are excep Multnomah, with Daniel James
it be returned with thanks, while 16 cents a pound at the corrals.—
°.TLm fdue . _ to the results of demonstration
j tionally good. It also contains Malarkey on the throne. Nathan
ZOUS StrliS pl
we have print shops galore, whose | Lakeview Herald.
a and icswat the government agricultural ex- some of the exercises showing the Whealdon, the right-hand bower of
employes eat, drink and wear cloth
nerT<”“,>* peri men t Stations, which gre en work in several studies as well as the former Congressman, intimated
No More Suffering
es—when they can get them. It
lightening the people on scientific their and one or two leaves from exactly this much on the occasion
examination papers. Dr. Marsden of a visit to Portland several moons
If you are troubled with indiges
this truth in popular mmd, that the
Mr. Neal staled there was a nor- prizes this gift quite highly and is ago, and, besides, it sounds perfect
get a bottle of Dyspepsia Cure
members of a community are dep
^^'“'^' mal supply of cattle in the Pacific glad to be remembered by his lit ly reasonable, "Nathan Whealdom
how quickly it will cure
endent upon each other for support
” MiBi,northwest, but that the few price of tle Piute friends.
himself can aspire and hope to be
and that the drummer for business you. Geo. A. Thomson, of Spencer,
elected to the presidency of the
intoKk sbeep had discou raged a good many
which conflicts with any local in la., says: “Have had Dyspepsia
iSnriMreisers in Oregon and they had sold
Jim Dodson returned last Satur Upper House and thus assist in the dustry should be met with a stony for twenty years. My case was al
day from San Francisco, where he elevation of Malcolm A. Moody to
ruggiiti. their herds.
glare which forbids discussion of most hopeless. Kodol Dyspepsia
F. J. Hagenbarth of Salt Lake went with a band of beef cattle. “those glittering heights where
Cure was recommended and I used
'““City, president of the National He came back by way of Portland. fame sits with plums waving in
a few bottle» of it and it is the only
s Livestock association, who has been Sim says the Beaches and Mrs zephyrs of applause.”
thing that has riffieved me. Would
A Pleasant Pill.
EXPgmt!« looking about for purchase of 5.000 Dodson are enjoying the winter in
not be without it. Have doctored
Coaprebeaalve Edacatloaal Display.
stock cattle for his company’s Oregon’s metropolis, among the
No pill iH ag pleasant and positive with local physicians and also at
ranch in Mexico, said:
■i, ork . of t Schools
u . . in
; i i aa L>®WitB.’e Little Early Risers. Chicago, and even went to No, way
... „ ,
“In my opinion one of the great
DeWitts Little Early Risers are so wite hopes of getting some relief,
> VT« ___ ____
Ill , . but Kodol dysdepsia Cure is the
shortages on record is about lo A WONDERFUL INVENTION. be shown at Lewis and Clark Cen- I r»*
mild and <- effective
T sadb M* «ome to public notice. About 50
delicate ladies <h(J weak people only remedy that has done me any
Plans for the educational depart-
It is interesting to note that for
P«r cent of the Rtock b!»ndled b’
enjoy their cleansing effect, while good, and I heartily recommend it.
iwa^iji’leckers this year from the range tunes are frequently made by the ment of tbe Oregon display at the strong people say thsv are the best Every person Buffering with Indi
districts were female offerings, sent invention of articles of minor im Lewis and Clark Centennial have | liver pills sold. Sold by Burns’ gestion or Dyspepsia should use
iiSTfw'in to market by producers who portance. Many of th< more pop been outlined by General Sujiervis-, Druggists.
it.’’ Sold by Burns’ Druggists.
*-*q want to get out of the business be ular devices are those designed to 1 or R. F. Robinson and approved by
es of what they conceive tube benefit people and meet popular the State Commission.' Prof Rob
Heating Btoves at Voegtly’, See
conditions, and one of the most in inson is planning a display of ed Voegtly for heating stoves.
Do you want to buy your gorxla right,
get the price« of the O. C. Co. who
S result, it is predicted, will be teresting of these thsthas 6ver been ucational methods in the Exposi
Heavy underware at greatly re- sr<- the largest buyers, and the closest
shortage of calves, which invented is thd Dr. White Electric tion Blate which shall embrace the
•«Ilers, beet quality.
M its effect on the market Comb, patented Jan. 1, '99 These work done by every school in the duced prices—Miller A Thompson
thr?< years to come.
ry finely F*
kes In tR
Texas Stockmen and dandruff, hair foiling out, sick and bably so comprehensive a displaj-
a prediction for nervous headaches, and when used never liefore st temp -d for an ex-
The Finest of All
“stay in.” He says! with Dr. White's Electric Hair,
tn ken to I"*
true that cattle are low,
high again and that to make straight hair curly in 25 counties, each count v being
these Wk f
■ Igh < lllen that
stay in a business is
lent’« okrl*’’ "
so desire 1.1 av mak- ••per i«e exhib
m * complet'-
ly else is quitting it. ¡electric combs have been sold in [
e feet upon
1 the varion« cities of the I nion, and its. The work will it ■ arranged in
It were. J
Fur Sale Only at ’
the demand is constantly increas- grades, commencing wi’h the pri
M MUNK ATED
ie ends vf11
! ing. Our agents are rapidly be
school This plan will enable visi
UP coming rich selling these combs.
They positively sell on sight. Send tors to understand the educational
Mrs. M. A. Dunn:
work of tbe state in the order of its
; quit* f**'8
.and Mrs. Dunn:—Ever for sample. Men’s size 35c, ladies
development. Circulars on the
tow. are e119
rd of the great sorrow
„vj In t**7
Agents, Burns, Ore.
subject will be sent to every school
as seen fit to inflict upon trocucing them.) The Dr. White
been my desire to ex Tbe Dr. White Electric Comb Co .
Rothcild Brr» . DislrH'iiters. Portland, Oregon
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want I»' *3
art ftlt sympathy that Decatur, Ill.
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