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HARNEY COUNTY.OREGON, SEPTEMBER
The incn a#» OFFERS 1'01 11CAI
cision to itu-
miles, and to BAKER CITY MAVÌ 1<K WOULD HFLP
utbward to Salt
; tract let about
de l for an exten-
ssp r to Spider Suggests People to Fill Vacancies Should
Any Ocuur la The Selection of a
New Federal Judge.
ib - west of that
I. on* oi Acres of Vacant jovernim.nl
l and Appeals to The tiomcseiker
c»>rk, and thp
-•Some Good Work De le.
will carry il 35
Those w ho are keeping in ci-e point.
It is said th? i‘ olh-Kelly Lu tu»
b with the Lewis and Cl. k. or
company, w 1 ich owida the Or?«
. io t H.iruei County’s exhibit. re
iliz that this cjui.tv is ot. the eve gon Central tn 11 arc road land
¿rant, a 10 mil«- -»trip t-x'endiiig
I rapid advat.cement and d v
file people are t rkiug an icrops tliH ataie, i •tits beet, approacb-
int rest in this vast aecti n with it- ■d by both tb? Nurthwestern and
th? Gould pe» J
with propositi ’ll«»
g ranches, millions of uere# ,.f v
purchase of ! Iti- rip
g vernmeiil land amt th uh y
The Baker Citi M tverick in n v
iewing th«- political situation in re
gard to the federal Judgeship brings
in th? following:
But whal’s th? »natter with Sam
White, circuit judge of th? tenth
judicial district, w th headquarters
in threouutk seal uf Baker count J ?
N • man east of th? umuntHins is
ciosrr ti« Chamberlain than Judg?
Witless th? fact that G?« rg^ ap
pointed Sam to hi? present p s>ti<m
—in the face of violent protests from
oiht-r democratic headquarters.
Chaiulw-rlniii ow» d Whi»v a whol*
lot. Sam was chairman of th?
democratic state central c nnmitt»
ah ti G»org'* Was
''din was th? main sqm z on ’hf
committee and Gr og km w it
Whelhet or not th- governor be
lievrs that his political dent Io
Judge Whit» u is ("iiiple'-
tird \vh» n lie caused the lattrr to L>
in. ieveloped recources
No Ot her
• ike I indina M ney.
unty ill the west haa the urn uni
..I laud open for settlement that we
Finding health is like linuing
•: i o other country has brighte
monev—so think those who are
p c's for developm-iit than this,
\\ hen you have a coligli,
ire the onlv isolated count» it.
cold, sor. throat, or chest irritation,
sta e participating where land
etter act promptly like W C Bar-
Im found tn its virgin state in
tier, of Sat .dv Level. Va
There is sufliietit
‘I had a terrible chest : trouble,
g-' ulture and horteculttire in our
.au-ed bi Smoke and coal dust • n
. ii to de w mat rate t hi- prod tic' -
tui lungs; but, aft. r finding no re
s of the soil and pe..pie in th
lief in other rem-dies, I was c ured.
■ruwded eastern and tuiddl»
•>y Dr. King’s New Discovery for
s realize that here is an ideal
Consumption, Cough.. ami Colds
.iiutry to make a home They
Greatest sale of anv cough or lung
■ v always lived where land is
uedicine in the World
high—mu 'll higher in fuel, ths,
City Drug Store; 50c and fl 00;
P>o luctiveness of the farms justify
guaranteed Trial bottle free.
L is simply impossible for men of
'. lerate means to buy a home of
Austin Go. dii.un w ibhe
liceiit acreage to satisfy th -m in
uuid thè p .l.ltc ibi; bis
thickly settled sections. Tbou-
wood s'a«' m ii.hint' w . I lie
- nds of these people hive 111 V it
1 tlOll this #' asoli
1 any of their land right and a
it majority’ of them do not k T
; He albo bus a li
t those rights are or what they
»■r ami d. es g, „ d
. u-t do to acquire government ...cd
i Cali on hi tu fm .
.. c.'iudo i a t
Vi rv few people outside of p . ,
l.;l states know anvthii.g i .at- Speed Program t j; Be. ruling Oct. ¡6 I'riot judg, sb p in ppc
about the public land
I 'hree in that raci
d therefore do not realiz 'l.e
Quarter-mile <la?b, llarney County ' deu.ocrat. too
-llent opportunity that ana ts
I He hurst s that never won public
Il hardly seet
n in the Big Harney Country.
oney. Pur.-« , $40
j Chamberlain wo
1 ne local association haa uitici-
alter turnii g
1 such a condition and in '!)•
10.000 phsniplets just i - : I
» rm I trot <
hiug< have happened
j yet, Ft I
, for hone
given some valuaol ini . i. -
While and Clifforc
n the oub’ic land la vs ■ h >
beneficial to all e
..-I Harney County h 14 .
. I -.- .delis ill • da-li, for Harm y ! of qua
■ cuit or Fiipreme j
eo iit v saddle hors, . I'urse, $50.
most attractive county > \
rive-niile da h, •• r Harney County Im- math- a mighty fitn- circuit
li ■ Lewis and Clark m
saddle hor4e4. Pul-- $75.
j'ldg and ('¡ill >rd only Jack4 the
ia most valuable a : v .
Tore -ei#h:h mile dash, tree for all
i .qipi.rtunttv to i xlii'at th.-charac
nipbiel on the grounds 1 that it Purse, $100.
ns a oompleta co t
Three-mil* noi'Ity lace; walk first ter of hi-4 qnaliii' iti
Now, h. r,
i ■ traicht tip from
. third mile.
, 1 govertituent land laws ami mile, trot seco id mile.
r * ..ati.berlain
■ 4 all the necessary information
J it i- grade, ¡ik-wi4' z ..d
() intending settlers.
It is a val-
f this tip,
Half-mile da«*h, for lia
u le little booklet in many rt-
it ia iieceBHary to remember Hint
is and will be the in ■ in« • ♦ •» ahile horses. Pur-» . $50.
11 ilf mile dash.
| Judge Whit" is a caoditate to euc-
1 r aging Harney County most pro-
i c. 'il bini.elf on the circuit bench,
i. nenllv to the attention if maul
One mile trot O’ pace, bi—t 2 out of 3
and ttiat Mr Cliti rd also want?
1: it would t ot otherwise app.a beats, 2:50 class, Ir e fur all. Purse
tliejob—along with u few otlierc
Jutlged from this distance (the
P. ople from the more crowded
and» high ridden by bo)S under 14 direct primal ies » I not I»» held
'riots are qu ik to see the ad
ears of age. Purse. 2 ».
moil next April) it ' <>k4 doodv ;
ages offi-rrit here to the home
tint is. tile fight for the t mtn.it;.>o
While yet practically uti-
Three quarto-mile di-di for Harney w ill he eanguinarv The .; -moera-
v. qied and isolated, they know
tie party of Baker county tii’i af
• it will not he long before the county s chile horse«». Purse, $50
Four and a half furlong»*, free for all ford to sfi'd any ot its go. 1 blo..d,
Harney country will b* tapped 1
for which reason any scheme to pre
. 1 railroad
t bon th«
One mile trot or pace, best 2 out of 3 vent such a contingency should be
■tv of si curing desirable govern, heats, tree for all. Parse $150.
Half-mile dash, ladies race, free for welcome.
i- nt land is lost to them Those
Now. then, here’* Mavtrick'» tip
»addle horses Purse, HO.
I hive a few thousand dollars
to the governor: Era-. Sam Wh'te
.vest also see th ■ advantage ot
from the local sla'e
mitig at once and securing land
I ther investments that will
t or pare, be«r 2 out of 3 (or at |etl*t a
.i-e in value immedia'. lv up-
race. change drivers. l liffurd to m in.!
the advent of a ratlr iad
Now 1« the time to take sdvan-
5 - oi.lle
. of the splendid oppurtuidtie-
They are many but th»-
attractive is the free govern«
t land that await4 the cornH'k
■ home seeker.
will apply to tba Baker City coun SHEEP Si l l U TOP NOTCH
cil for n franchise for a line through
Baker City and a local sveleni
1’his company announce* that it SITERAI. Ilin, >\Mi DISPOSED OF
will establish an exchange there
BY LOUAI GROWERS.
ai d build good, substantial lines
into the remotest region tributary
to Baker City. All the surround Sheep lodutlrv Quite !‘rmahle in Harne)
Couotv With Xbunda it k’.<nje For
ing towns, settlements and post
Home Stack That pa) Taxes.
offices will lie connected with the
Baker exchange and lightning ser
Several Ih > t4 .i. •
r • i d>. q
vice will be assured
The Ime is already complete -#
at t he highest
far a* Weiser and the material is
being placed on the ground for the price yet repo' .1 thia sea4*»n
extensi in to Baker City which it is They Hold two and I hree-v, rt-.ihl
•xpeeted, will be made this fall. wether# the pt ice ranging from
From Baker City the company ex- $2 85 to 13 uo fi > ’ 35 to 13 50 for
pi . ts to build on to Pendleton and 1 hires
Quite n ntlmi
of I he local
v o' Halli info Portland
growers were n
>1« • •it v thin w?* k
conferring wit o : h Other and alno
For Rattlesnake Bite
John Ih nilrick'on Hu inn er At
tirst there was ipt.ie a <11th rt-nee in
E H Tuffori'. of Highland,
what he believe* to be a certain the price offered ami what grower««
cure for the bite of rattlesnakes. held for but l<i some conccbsioiis
Th's is nothing more than common at the part of tinth ¡des deals were
kerosene, applied directlv to the cotisumatrii an I II c »n<‘erned aie
ti, r. oilts
ite miiiedi itelv after the snak4 Vt ri Well s ltlsll 'i1
r.- dune his work. Mr. Tufford
. t but
tris tried this plan with success in the exact mimI i ,t ■ j
1 '0 going
li> ' i4'- of cattle io Colorado, ai d knows d. tint til ■, t
the cu e has beer, uniformalv etlic at the pne ■ naiu
Human life can, also, be were disposed to sill f . like fig
m intaii.s he saved in this manner ures, but ns other bin, rs were in
The oil. applied liberally to the the field some of th, men would
- or set
wound, is said to penetrate the flesh have to first visit tin- Il
tnd kill the poison
' Take a lump the men in charge la I, :■ making ti
of c itton or a raw'' says he, “and | Contract with M r I hmdn. I.n as the
swab the wound with coal oil. Ap_ stock might have l>eeu disposeu id
ply 'he oil liberally and continuous to other parti, s.
Thia haft been a v ri protiiablt
ly for eane time.—Ex.
season for the he; ,-i p men ami
the majority of them .
Attacked <-'y • flub
much better shape to look after
S > f ir tie <<■ ,sot
u d ’<> " ■ t n, in n labor riot, until their huatnes
■ »ver d with sort i», a Chicago street haa been quite favorable so tar as
ir cm.ductor applied Bucklen’* range ia concerned ami > th every
Am <■ i Salve, and was soon sound indication of continuing so
; d well. I usi 1 itili my fainilv » »» I migratory stock la v ha been u
i, . . pmen oi
writes G J. W.'lch, of Tekonsha, great benefit to tin
‘and find it perfect.”
Simple Harney county as it I.
great for cuts and burn*. Only the annual inllux o' .m1-id ' (locks
to the summer t n.p 4 and has
25c at The City Drug Store.
given the p .'p.- uh
• ■ .
the benefit of the r ■
Lower Rales Given to l'air.
Since the law ha-
It ba? been agreed between the void the sum trim'
d'.iiialsof th' Harriman lines and years is looked fo. but
1- too late
t he Northern Pacific in Portland thia season to do anv harm as the
• I return for the remainder of season is too fat udv
: to make
the fair period
Beginning Septeni- it advisabh t< d ll
1 )> a long
"r 1 and continuing until the distance to taog.
.sing lai of the exposition, Oct-
Harney county ha
ot. figuri d
t . r 1'», the-, road4 will sell daili lit any of the 1 , r»
fb * p kill-
i: al their ticket offices in Oregon ing that has
tl r m h ge«*
Idaho. Washington and British of Central < )reg , ..rd even I hough
( liim'iH. round trip tickets to t he outside sto. k m i
P rtland at one and one-tenth fare 1 tie rang, a no (r
Tb. -e eximr.i I'll tickets Will be nature is exp. etr d 11,111 ■ \ county
good for 30 days, arid subject other has ample rang f.,r In i »11 stock
wise to the usual restriction* nttach- hut when it mii-t !
.1 vpled with
mg to the excursion tickets now nomad Hocks :t it kt -
in some sections :>,at i.
wise bi- al.muL . t
l’p-lo-date iob printing at reason
It ia to be I. . i the m xl I' gla-
lature may I'm I a w n to emedy
this evil anti givr pr > i ii.m to
Last Friday night Butler Bros home stock
had from one to two hundred head
of sheep killed They were camp-
Messrs Drink w at'r v Clay are
• d k I m . lit three miles from Keeton’s the proprietors
■» '. 1,-mith tml
saw mill, about twelve from Mlt repair shop io lb • ■ <
So far wi- have Leen unable sire a share of th«' | ul
to get any particular* about the
e uni » h <i»e thit ehooting irto
I f she. p was a thing of tie
■ I it is to l.e regretted that
t li 'time4 go rm tn our country
ettle matters. It I
r>> w p. .pie from coming tc
u . y to find homes, at d
m l;e- tbr.-e who are here already
ml to get away from it.—Sentin-
BANK 'll)’ / !
salt lake , lias
Roads Build to the Westward.
rther extension of the Ci
N rthweslern railroad t
tod has teen ortl< red.
of the year the r mpa'
complete,! about 26 1 me
-’ruction in 1905 Th- r
. at the present rate of , r »It
•■nter Portland in aleoit tbr>
A MATTER OF HEALTH
I’iyabk at hr.
I or I mm
OF BURNS, ORECON.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
ìl/arranfj bought at tho market prief.
1 »III E< HX > K <
John P Paly,
N V. C.ir| < ih r.
H Yl Horton.
.1 W Gear,,
. E. KKNYON. Ca.*h er
C. \V. P latt , A- t Cashier
Interest l’aid on Time 1 »epos-its-.
We Solicit You»» Banking Bust
■STOCKHOLDERS:—M Alexander. Wm. Jones I' II Tent.
C. E Kenyon. II Alexander. Estate of Aimer Robbie- William
Miller. Frank It Cotlin, Thus. Turnhull.
SEBREE. P resident
W. R SEBREE. V ice - president
first national Bank
A General Banking Business Transacted
P on C
iki . os
Napton &, Boyd
Mir.es and Mining.
¿O ntario , O hmios .
P aybttk , I daho .
New WilMt.fi Brick
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TRISCII <V DONEfiAN, Propriety’
l^culro Tlxio Heeid.q.ixauxtexs
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Table«
Chib Rooms in Connection
V BROUS J
The Finest of All
I ltd Lun; 5 u
RESTAUR J i
th» close of 1905 tt.e N
'■m line will hare reach
at the southwest eon
ne Indian re«er»a:i
on j Ufi decided ‘
ile4 farther, into
n, in the name
’entrai, hare I
N. I CARPEN I I IL ( A miph .
i. ( WKLCOMI In
JOHN p PAI a , P res
C CUMMINS, V ice R isks
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
hr Sale Oil» • at' «
ME A US fl
Hotel Burns Bar
age *ol ici le 1
A ?ents, Burns, Ore
Kolbet 1 Br.»
I >ml ributrr. Portisi