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end in view will give it careful
study. -Prairie City Miner.
Mr. Hutchins and party have
SATURDAY. JULY 22. IXB.
not yet p ... an .ippi-arance here
as let, at least 'l'he l ime--Herald
Hl’Brti KIPTION KATES:
has I»» knowledge of them. l’he
prop >sed electric line of Major
Bonta at onetime was given con
siderable attention bv our people,
»I LIAN mill»
but of late nothing had been heard
of it. Should hi: representatives
Tiie sealed bid system has
visit u- the) will be well received
proven unique in the sale of this
and shown every courtesy.
year’s wool clip all over Eastern
Oregon, and had all the shee|>-
SENATOR MITCHE.i l'S MOTION IS OfcSIfcO.
men waited for the sale days un
der the management of The Ore
Portland ail .<• of last .Satur
gon Woolgrowers Association, day
it Judge DeHaven, of
they would be thousands of dol
the I nileii Stati s distrii t court,
lars a head. Uphold this integri
had denied Senator Mitchell’s mo
ty of our VVoolgrowers Associa tion for a new trial. He also re
tion and you are sure to profit fused to heed the motion for
arrest of judgment and refined to
ï hr <Ziiucs-|urafd.
refrain from sentencing the de
fendant upon the sixth count of
the indictment, upon which it was
claimed the government prexent-
ed no evidence. Upon Senator
Thurston’s motion for time to lile
a bill of exceptions, the court
granted ten days
Don't Overlook [his When in Need of
NEW BREED OF HORSES
DISTINCTLY AMERIC AN F A MILA
A few Points to Consider:
•' livery , feed and sale
■ ir int!,.. Isctarie»—No' ii*t rid. quick I« I«
Complete lire oi I u nilure. Carpets. Shade.
Do-Cart*, Pianos, iewin« Machine»- in fact anything that ga
--Horse Me» All Interested.
According to the
dispatches the government is going
to develop an entirely new breed of
horses that will be a distinctive
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson
has given the matter his specie
study for two years past, and has
obtained ample financial suppor
from congress to carry out the idea
The aim i< to produce a distinct!i
American family of coach horse-
The foundation lines of ldoo<
have been drawn mainly from the
standard bred trotter, but there are
large aud valuable drafts from Mor
gan and the thoroughbred.
When the term “coach horse’
is used, Secretary Wilson does not
mean to have it understood that h<
is trying to create a fancy anima
intended only for show, but rather
a strong going, handsome, nphead-
ed horse, able to pull a plow, or
make good time on the road to a
buckboard or aurrev.
Horsemen all over the country
are manifesting great interst in the
government experiment and look
ing forward to the highest order ol
results from it
It is expected that
if the undertaking succeeds, con
gress will authorize other experi
ments of a similar character in
My i tie Cicek Enterprise says:
'I hen- arc belter anil higher reas
ons why a man should be honest
than because it’s the best policy.
V\ i- ire all under a moral obliga
tion to do right and be honest. It
is the provision of the higher law
ami an obligation we owe to our
fellow men as well as to our Crea-
rm: sheep industri .
But putting aside for the
America i- b, r lining yearly more
time being this higher law and ob
ligation, we remark that honesty of a sheep r.i, -ing and mutton eating
is the best policy from a purely country,writes th« W mhington cor
respond«! t <>f th« Chicago Tribune.
selfish point of view. It is not
Thia ¡«du« primarily to the initia
right io itself hut it “pays.” It
tive of the d p rtinent of ngricuture
pays in self-approval and satisfac which for lip- l ist f, n yeara han been
tion which it brings to him who hamniering at th« farmer to raise
pr.n tii es it and also in the approv elieep intend of exporting thia eur-
al of hi - neighbois and acquaint- p!ui grain, and which han helped
iinces. When everybody says of him in every way Io thia end.
CORVALLIS à EASTERN
a man, "He is honest as the day is
One ri’H'iit is that there were re-
long,” or “His word is as good as 1 ported on the first of thia year 45,-
“Talk of extending tlm Corvallis
his lionil,’’ they are helping ! to l)fX),(XJI) ale i p on the farina and <V Eastern on to Vale has been pic
and ranches of the I 'nited Staten, valued mature up to this time, but I now
the at »127,331,855. as against lean than feel the project ha- taken definate
proverb that “Honesty is the .'IS,000,000 in in IKflfC The receipt« shape,” said A B Hammond, the
ol th« Chicago stock yard« are reach well known California capitalists,
best policy.” It is better l than
ing upward every year since 1894, when seen regarding the continua
this advertisement or the approval
when the yard took over a million
of neighbors and acquaintances, more mutton sheep than in thepre tion of that line, which has been
promised so long “There are too
is the approving < onsi ience, which, vious year
many roads on paper now, and we
w hen a mail goes to bed at night,
The department ia anxious to im will not give out detail of our pains
tells him that in no act of the day press on the farmer the value of
until everything has been determin
lie dt p.it ted from the line of strict sheep ns one of his farm products,
ed so work can proceed,” says a re
rectitude. Honesty is not only and it points out that, while the cent Portland dispatch
the best policy in the increase of sale of $ |OOi I worth of com takes
Speaking further, Mr Hammond
ti adv and business that it brings in from the -oil i'dott w, rtli of fertility dwelt on the changes in the state of
the long run. but il bi ings big the farmer would h ive to s|iend hit« years, and from the tenor of
dividends in the way it tends to that much in fettaliz.crs to recoup his remarks it was inferred that
th« land The same amount of previously he hud doubts as to the
bring sound sleep, to improve the
corn converted into good mutton policy of building the trackage
appetite ami digestion and to save
and old nt i higher price than the He denied that the project had
dm Im s’ hills. It is the best policy
corn would fetch, takes in the end been permitted to die, and while lie
in every way, and if a man does from th« land not ov«r $50 worth
admitted he was not familiar with
not i i cognize any higher obliga of fertility, and if the tLx'k WHS
the progress which had been made
tion to lie honest he should be hon kept for wool alone it would not re of late in the preperatione, his man
est lui.iu-e it is the best policy.
iliiee the l nine of the moro than »3 ner indicated plainer than words
that the company is about to launch
interest >it- forth and clear the way for the
BONTÀ S RFPRFSFNTATIVES COMINO.
Inching to tiie sheep raising pro- main line through the promising
Idem just now. because the price of lands in the eastern part of the
J. S. 11 tile bins, the in/in who
mutton is goinu up by leaps, not state.
knows as mm h about the Bontà only in the store- where the custom
railroad as any other mail save er Ims to buy it, f,r every one rea
Forced to Starve,
and cxcept the Major and I Joe. lizes this hut in Chicago, where
J*anil, slipped through our little Iambi- recently h ive touched the
IL F. Leek, of Concord, Ky , says
town Wednesday enroute lot unpreeedent figure of $S per hun “For 20 years 1 suffered agonies,
Bui Its. 11< was atcompanivd by dredweight, and are now selling lit with a sore on my upper lip. so
painful that I could not ent. After
two gentlemen who are presuma about 17 25.
vainly trying everything else, 1 cur
bly ollici.ils of the load, although
it, with Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.”
then names w ere not obtained nor
great for burns, cuts and
was then identity revealed.
The latest news from Paris, I* wounds
At City Drug Store Only
Nit I luti Inns is a quiet unosten
that they have discovered a dia. 25c
tatious gentleman w ho concerning uiond cure for consumption. If you
the progii - Major J. W Bonta fear consumption or pneumonia, it
is making with the load was in- will, however, be best for you to
i luii’ii to be icticent. Incessant take that great remedy mentioned
intciiogatmii as to the when, why by W T Met lee, of Vanleer, Tenn
an.i howm -- of the railroad finally “I had a cough, for fourteen years.
brought loilli the remark “that Nothing helped me, until I took Ilr
Di I'anil know - and whatever he I King's New Hi- every for Consiimp-
Dr. Miles’ Anti-I'ain Tills
i tian, Coughs and Colds, which gave
say s is authentic.”
are a most remarkable remedy'
instant relief, and effected a perma
Sei ci il weeks ago Dm was in
for the relief of periodic pains,
nent ” I l" spirti l< d ipliek cure for
backache, nervous or sick head
hen buying up power plants and
1 Throat am) I ung Troubles
ache, or any of the distress
■it tli.it tun. was buttonholed by a
City Drug Store, price 5Or and fl.
ing aches and pains that cause
Muici man who wa- piomised an guaranteed
w omen so much suffering.
I rmi bottle free
annual <w< t the road to take effect
As pain is weakening, and
leaves the system in an ex
January 1st, i ,;< i 6.
hausted condition, it is wrong
I he dm i said that he was . er-
Wanted Mor* of the Sam*.
to suffer a moment longer than
tain fi mu .i — ui.inre- given him
\bout n '«ar ago hr. Uray
necessary, and you should take
the Anti-I’ain Bills on first in
that tin .• Bonta mad would reach | lost tl walk l«t < milaitiing a large
dication of an attack.
Piame t it) in the next four mini of money, lie otTelid a lib
If taken as directed you may
•ml reward foi it* return, hut the
•ill lice (not Dufur) pat li who found il thouglit the
have entire confidence in their
effectiveness, as well as in the
il point and it would whole thing was Is itei than the
fact that they will leave no dis
« < >ti.
rtie otli. i .la» i|lt. ,|,M
mi 4 into tlie valley on ivward
agreeable after effects.
' lol elite red I, - . oil hollse and I he
it »I i
They contain no morphine,
Ittmt thing 1« saw w.i. hi* wallet,
opium, chloral, cocaine or other
iiid protruding from the end was
I mid Is.iring the inm-ription
• For a Ion« th»»* I have «nffe-rrd
cvid. n. <
»Uh mh II m of iM.huhr that
1**1*«» tin . pli .i« till thin pr< scrip
srini almost more than 1 van
rh«*ao Alta ha cvma on every month
Garden Citv iKau.)
ivul laat two or three da>a
| Fax ■
ne»« r l*rn aNe to «»t anythlr« that
by i iir o
me much rel .f until I be
bemn the uae ef lw Mil.« Anti >*ain
rile and thev alwava reli ve me In a
N.’t an Fitravagant With
Mt »¡Mer. wh» -ufft
»he Mm<* w it
has ».«ed lht »n with
St. nardi -- Madame is unrea
tha »ime r. « !ta
.*! M. Mi< ht«an St Houin Boftd Ind
b.i. k this way in nonabl.
I know «he is »«utili« L,
X>r Mile«* Anti
P i»« ar«
thè road. Thev but she wauls too mue h HÌM*Atkt
y«ar «ru«y at who w H ouaranteo that
the »rat package will bene*t
w mt tir
OQK fJinili.ii w uh thè
fatla ho will return vour money
ft Oo«ea n cent»
Never bom n bulk
Tile Hutb I « i
II'« not true
< mint i \ ■ I ils ii -outcì » Imlh n t
Miles Medical Co . Elkhart Ind
all I want is tl larth. Cleve
ual .mil p. '< iti.il and wilh tinsi laud Leader.
Horses receive the best of -
from experienced hands.
“Jini” J. H. FARLEY, Ontario, Oregon
Elegant Neui Livery
First door north of Hotel Ontario.
Cuting Parties flccommoditee
Horses Bought and Sold
Malheur Mercantile to
YtarlliiL-s an J
Leading Supply House in Eastern Oregou
f wo-year.olds in quantilits ioSUjt
an be seen atthe‘P”i Ramhand
<ons desiring hi purchase should in quire
'there of F. H Howell, Assistant to tin t; n.
ral Manager, who will furnish infornm-
ti,iii as Io prices and will sell the same
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK CO
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A. E. YOUNG, Piopt.
Always on hand
Most complete stock of Farm Implements io Eastern Oregon.
COOPER WAGONS RACINE AND FREEMONT BUGGIES
AND HAC .S, P & 0 PLOWS, SEEDER«. DISC, DRAG
AND SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, AND THE McCORIMICK
and binder .
GROCERIES AND RANCH SUPPLIES
Barbed Wire, Stock Salt, etc.
»rite for Prices or Call and See ns.
E. A. ERASER. .Manager.
Home Sugar Cured
Home made Lard
Beef sold by the
ice for sale, delivered free 1
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