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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1906)
n tNllcial Paper of Harney Onnty, !
Iihk thn Urgi-M circulation and In one of
the beat advertising medluroa in.Kaatarn
"he Hftat Warnti Xanfr
('..vers an art of fl,4T,K) aerea of
lan.l. 4,721 ,000 aeraa yet varaet eahfeet
to entry nieter the pnMIe land lewa ol
tha United ftlatee.
BURNS HARNEY COUNTY, K I (JON, SEPTEMBER 15. 1900.
IL COUNTY FAIR
!!i00 WIZENS SHOULD MPI.P
ftAM IT SUCCESS.
h w ill Mi
Stack ia Forai Pre-
Mblci. r'ralti, F.lc--I'rrml.icn
will not lie the fault
County Fair Asunoi
Ir next month in not
esMful ever held in
Tin- Association in
ans to make it the
B) support from the
In the original hill an.) the same ia THE RAILROADS IN OREOON
not just, the clerk was ordered to
draw hi warrant in favor of Crook
county for $2378.04 a settlement ORFAT IN AREA BUT SMALL IN MILE-
la full of said hill A0E-WONDERFUL STATE
BACK TO THE LAND.
Spooking of modern destructive
methods in farming, Prat. J. J.
Hill says: "Within 20 yearR we
muHt have and employ jn noma
fashion .'.O.OOw, 000 addition poptila
lion, and by the middle of the cen
tury there will he approximately
It It aa Tat Hrt af Oreat Dtvtleeertati,
Says Tat Railway Aft -New la
Tat Aaaulalra Tirm.
Oregon is one of the greateat
stales in respect to area and one of
the smallest in railway mileage.
With 94,600 square mi lea of land
the country can
two and a half ttmea aa many pen Hffm it. railway tinea aggregate
"' "" ' - Slates aa there linv , --,, -..- - ,iU Ut iu
square RjBsi of territory Thla ia
email railway mileage, actually
11111I comparatively. Newer Wash-
10 no nun ,,.,.,,. ,, ,i. ,1, 1..- SlflM
i...u L- . .! " " """ '
..... ..ri.iuor. wn.ise Keeper we are r i ,,),.. f r(1(, , ftOJg)
How are we to orovide our children I ,;!... ,.f i..,... ... -ni ,.
with eheller nnd daily hread? Our
are today No nation in hiitory
waa ever confronted with a alerner
profitable for the en- queetlon tbnn this proapeot set be-
Mauiiirv bflM What are we to do with '
H woman nml child
''b interest in the an-
lir, SJB)i '. "ll all he hene-
r An idircetlv by inak-
1 fair a a
('riatBii" year, en far ae
n puiilen proiiui'tH are
ned Hre been good and
a no oi'- ho not filling our
m I such prod MM and
eil lOellent showing Wi
H mind Ihe fact that
f goiOK In have several of
" rW' iliHtinguiahed men
mid their favor-1 national heritage
iiipretBDii of the Harney ,
Bfceiin great assistance Cliarlea Lillard of the Reaver
HH.m eiopineiit Many creek country, has snld hii brand
H" n ili.e the great ami lour or five hundred of horeee
they going to do about the develop
ment of the vast territory In tha'
atate which the railway has not
reached? Evidently thoee combined
interests are moving forward on a
defined plan to cover with a system
of eerviceable inter related rail"
the great region which in a ti 1
h lliiiiiioglon to Lttttolnh,
1 'rrgon will need little more
the way of east and went lima,
I ,-tcrn haee of the
dl range ihe Deschutes river
in xhsii'tlc Stream ol
northward for IT'i milea or
to the t oluuihia river.
nia on I fie eolith.
ith a territory
landa havo alrooeliiK llln(s ,,,, ()f ,,.,, )lH,
limee her mileage, Kaneaa with
"Our o-ie rPMiuroe, looking at ir mi ...... . .;i... 1 1. i
biim.iiiity ae something more than T.tHHi ,,,,1,'s of railway more; Illi-
creature of a day. is the productivi I)1B mnU u lhn two.lhird, lne
tv of the soil. The reckless die- mn , i,,,, h ,,., hj
trib.ition of the public lands, its ...jip. T Um9Ut f.vorably
divisions among all the greedy who ,, ,,.,. nl jn rtioof mifngr
choose to aak for it. the nppropria , ,,r,,H ogon to equal Washing-
tlon of large areas for grating pur- , Mlll)(, ,,,.,, 1 .,,,,, ,,,, iu.,..A
portation sense they mav le said to c i t upper waters, in Gfwofc
pneaess. The official organiiation the DMODUtM Irrigation A
of these companies is arranged for Company, under state eup-
efficient independent action It n, hai built tw. main canals
gon. The immediate exec ..l.rs and laterals aggregat
constructive and oeralive manage "I canals, ami has
f both the Southern Pacific
ami the Oregon Railway ami
ghtion lines it, Oregon
in Mr, J. P. O'Brien, vice pr.
and general manager, with 1
iinirti re at 1'orllaml In hi
concentrated Hie plans and
of (he chief executive at N."
and of ihe operative sml t
heads of the whole Harriman t
tern located at Chit ag" With 1
I I bl "clamalion of lA,000
itinlvnlciit to 'l.Ht square
1 I fill lie yields already
1 on email tracts in this
:r t 1 s tlet lared to prove
Ihe success of the irrigation imive-
liere mnl in other parts of
ii. I the tte authentic.
will (h built where
Itiont like Ifiis are ieei
calm, reasonable, candnl attil ' ' aliln'iigh interior Oregon
Mr O' Urien has met th poin' reg 1 where irrigation
poses, have absorbed much of the
s to hHUerived from the fair Wr could nol learn the name of the
' ' ' ifflore somewhat mil 1 1 purohaaai Mr l.illanl received
Hg the matter on an average of $40 a head
Ban some way help I'niM'vill. Journal.
h faiT es. It ia for I .
.. Blelit of every oitueu Tha Ti. ...... II.. r..i,l
of I.T.'si, to compare aith Califor
nia it shoultl have 'I.Th'J miles, to
match Kansas it shoultl have 10,
27l miles, to equal too uuequaled
railway atate of I Minnie it ahould
be covered with nearly 'JU.lKsl milee
Oregon is a atate ol diversified
climate and production, of large
areas that may never tie productive,
but of larger arena that only need
transportation son.e of them trans
portation and irrigation oomtined
to develop great productive cepa
tit lor ltn.it.er. grain of many
, kiiiiis, wooi, nveeioi a, oairy pro-
ntv mid m.t for the this a bargain month in the way of
king mni.c) gjrfca- gabgctlpUoM and has arranged
sir Be stocK ol the aRso- l(, gjvp lnH Heoii-Weetlv Ht Louie
.. MB l.f .1.. t..,ul imji.,1.1 1 ...
"B "' "" "" i-"i"- iiepuniii: free to all who pay ui
ar and one ear in advanoe to dude, fruit, vegetables, minerals
Herald. New eubaoib- land v .rie.l protiuciR manufactni. !
wiuBdiii tiie Inveatnient, ,.rs who pay In advance will BO ! fr"J mills proelled by the abun
lo -lock in furlh-j .,,,, ,,,e great national aemi- j tlnl "mUt power. Hut Oregon
i' j weekly neweparcr and family Hitherto has not looked aa inviting
41 kiAsny tiling to exhibit ,Ui,ntx ,l. iniujd Butea. lo railway builders aa many other
lottngjinir nest aasureti The two puiMTs one year for 2 lelatea in reetiect to geographitsl
for this month only.
aUntfAOl1 ' ' will appreciate
IT mjw matter how lillie
, and Jflio "ill receive ever
ivaltoo. Iiring 111 tour stock,
me igSuitiL: to curry oil u
of pdBium anil you should
iur ua Hy HRaistiug at
ue yKriil make it p .eaibb
r'aigSrVe- it'iitlioti In grott
Having sold the furniture bum
neae, C. A. Hvrd will now turn his
mi. nt to painting
bunging ami eolioiU
your pntrouuge He will alao oon
duct u cabinet and repair ahop
1 he Breath ol to.
and physical coiiditioua. Along
its north line for .'100 milee (1wr
the navigable Columbia river; ill
western coaal more than .'100 mile
and paiier '""K '" watered by the Pacific and
a share 0f I a number of indentations furnish
possible lauding places for coasting
craft, although in real natural hat
bur the Oregon coast ia lacking.
Parallel to the ocean, 'in milea or
ao away, the noble Willamette river
(Iowa through a fertile valley shut
I able 1 1 give turgor an. I
on. iron year to vear. ! li's a signified,! fad that th.
tnn. in Hie inter, st strongest animal of it'a tile, the go- in by the coast range oi. the west
iW "I'l' The note U I rilla, alao has the largest lungs, and the formidable Cascades on the
ulyoii should make an Powerful lunge means (.mwerful east, and in line narrow vallev ami
gel Aiiething for the lair creatures How to keep the breath- along the great Columbia nearly all
iliar un much lo your ing organs right should be man's Hie railways run and most of Hie
1 Mac clieifest -tilth Like thousands of population exists The rivers and
tendency to surpeel rail w n
atiotie to an extent proportion
their magnitude, anil hue iuspi. !
confidence in the ptirpm
llarrimau interests to give Oreg n
a system of trnnsportatiuu fat
adequate lo iiolh it present
and its great poeeihilito -
Such it lyetem is in pr.
Within a few months work ii:t
lecn completed or commenced nn
a doxeu different lines, radii, it".
eaal and west frcm the trunk lin
in the Willamette vallev or sotitl,
from the Oregon Railroad it Navi
gation road, which a ill ad. I
1. 1 i"i miles to the system in On
gon Prominent among tl,
the Oregon Knetern railroe '
j... t.'l to extend from Natri R
the Willamette eaeterlv. across tie
Caauatle mountains ami tha sage
plains, to the western boiih 1st ' - more generall)
Will n i be practicable, yet the
enow ' ihe many mountains anil
'he I,' meroOR streams and lakes
"ill lupply water to redeem no in-
part of what have
It Pad the waele and use
m of the slate Railway
EMS IN Mil NAV.
H iliv.stigatii.il seems to
' ' 'ion maile fre-
f the well inform-
- .1 realdenta of the valley, that
il g. rms are bred in water
'list pel .I.'., ihiough alfalfa
v'.tit lo which this
"' 'I on is considera-
bla and 'in ic.ises whenever the
rage ia cut down and
I ' decay in Hie ditch -,
know n II liehoovie all owners and
Id drinking all
- Ihioiigb an alfalfa
Oranl t'oinily N'rws.
EIDERS MAV BE StAaKi:
the alate ami to a junction with ibi
Oregon Hhorl Line at OnU
the St,ake river, a distance ol -rUrr
like -ilNI miles Kruto
long branch will run noriliMaiil g
tin I'eachules vallev anil conn.
with a line from tl t rJrjrj
river. whlleauolberbrH.icb. ,.!' "'', ,''"". l-s-ibilily
under coiiRtrud.on.w, II re.ch ROUI " '" ,Uw" "l"'"
lothe fertile regions of Klamath ' " I,,t ,,,,r" "r
lake and meel a branch .,.. b,.. " '" IU "' ,""1' ,"ul" '", ""l'
ing from a point ,.., the Mh..u lit '' """ UU- " l" l'"'
a little below Ihe Oregon t,. amao.
Oilier hoes include lb. i ill, ' ' ' I'-1 -' v-ars at lea.t the
em railway to run from Dufer eot.ih ",,,h " "''"- n-cpieae.ng
uliout ISO miles, a line Inn,
pttiuiiun Hit covers aa wide ,,i,.r- Mrs tra A KtephlM
railways and not the sea have
caused Hie development Mill! far
ible ill keeping vital Port Williams, IIJxii learned Iioh
umle lor prt'iiitume in do tins She writes: "Three hoi- secured, the railwava alone now
nn, id l nppreciuletl lies of Dr King's New Discovery can oi.en up the vast uupeopied re-
ll oll.rs premiums i stopped my cough for two years Igione in tlie interior and the lonely
an, the farmer Hie uiid cured me of what my friends line of sea-coast, anil this they ar
lairy, garden. I, mis. I thought consumption O, it s selling about lo accomplish
giiii.it for throat and lung troubles' The Southern Pacific ami Union
liauruuleed by the City I'rug Store ; Pacific lines uf the Harriman iuler-
'rice fiOc and 11.00 Trial bottle eats praeiieally -mute Ihe rail
iool children and all
w,,ple of Harney
Hie muttei up in the
in tl make it go with
il k-l BUSINESS.
JM5.00 KHWAKD tJS-oo
way mileage uf Oregon at present,
and to these great inter eels the
slate looks, hopeful of rapid tit
fuel lo loseph, Ii.'! miles, limit -etiucllt'li.
the Cotidau branch. A i
lingtiui eotith lo Condon, I ' miles
built the iieschiitis railroad fr.,t,
lleschlltes south M) miles the J,,,i
t'ay south W miles a el, ml III
from Si John, near Portland t
Trnuldale 10 miles, tl,. Orefloii
Western, under construction
Drain, Oct Hie Shasta route, w
g. in the fall are l. mi thin
i n. i. Hon
I aa feedt n of . annere. Thus
f.ir this seast.n Ihe H-rcenlage of
on lit to go I,, Ihe killing pOCvf
n itii, arkahlv small
' are averaging full)
. ' r il,.,,, a year
ago and the bulk of th.-o, are gon,"
III markets the ,e,k,s are
MO l I I '-It Pllll.li I l.i.N
I,, I'!,, t'eentt I I tir-
cg ,'. (or I i ",
111 tl, M Itl : I '',.
. rn mill ! I
vol -. Re i Un Marj It.s.i,
M Charles I .snk
vi.i..,it. t vrn v 'i. it, BIHa amlth,
. I i-aii.ii
ton, pa,. ,.. Iwln 11 1 1 1 1 1 .
Ollherti.ru hk. Mrs t ,n.- l I a.l.l.
I t lln.il II l.r urn. bk
IMlis Greet ltk N
I llic t '
Jacob i t -, 'i,n
l.rnetiililir, LI 1 Klin.
Davta, v .-.l,i, II. Ito.kaa,
Beaeea Brya A I . B,
Mlaate i r ii .,,. n
dike, Rita i , mot I .... aa
llkt vv .ii I . I i:
i.r.ieii.M.. . i kte U Mi
In, ..I I lt,-..ka, f. - b
II H Bl II . , Mi- , rank Mile-tl.
Charlotte I if, i -. 1 1, -a, a- I,, lace)
it,-., I, H. I ..... I !,. I ,. S) I , Is A.
ISe.hlll. r. ktM
km. n i sll etfat r In lis nn-
km. mil ,1 hi "i .nn , alike I e-
cees-,1. nn.l lo sll ehom it nia coOURfB,
ik ,,r,i.. ,( Ute above .itnlnl RRjRjrt,
eRii, an, I sii , i roe are kjereay ,it..l sn.l
reqeln ! i ., .. hefun n,- rI
- uirl me I Jndae Ihereol, at Ihe
t.,,inii i . .ii r t Rooea, at Iterea, Ol rjn,
krtnbei i-i i".. it t.. o'elork I1
M Hun ,,,l ii . ,. i.. -I,., cane,., If any
ton I, ate, why Will Ii Kini tttininls
iratoi "i H Ksial lacob liriiendlke,
dseeaat I . win, u,u aneeaed, a ml
s.lniiniatrslnr. ler sml In tirlneof a
certsiu agr.eiiici,t between J emit P.
Mai,., i,. t Harris) t unit . ireHjoa, sml
saiil Ja. oh t .in. n.lii .. .1. c.l. 1. 11,-1
on itgi- hi to 111, la Reek r ,,i Mis
ci'llanetis lleearan la Ihe t lark's ime
in llamay Cool in nelber
Willi an i.l. r ,,f i,i ,.
pr,,. ing a , tl mi
sai.f Jsines I Mel. tdmlele-
trali.r. li..,il,l n.,l mil deliver In
shi.I .1,. I, "ii, s gfol ami sitill
cni.i ilr I .
i-l I l ,.f VVill.i in M. .1 li.iu, in Msr
, st,. I N ". M
S i o -I ',
so, i awt, u s vt , m i
,.li .1 V , ..f
NW, ,iil IRM s t i,
.,1 N . I ' , - ,
NU i .,,,1 M ,
H', of SI I
MTItaeaR, Mm H ,') Iteetor,
.III ige "I ll,. I ..u.,t I ill) ft nt llirnet
r,,iioi. i if.g.ui. eltii ,i ,
lli In i . I es,
I inn, i .
('..unit I i. , k of Ha,
ami have lieen . ... ,. kls,
ty Howaao iiRsrr ssitiMsr n lilt
tV COWMN, Caesaca
Tirst national Bank
A Oeneml Banking Business Transacted '
CXmRBSPONDRNCB INVmD A
THE CARTER HOUSE.
Fire-Proof. Modern, Elegant.
Rates Sa.oo and $ j so per day.
All Outside Rooms Near Depot
TMl modern new hotel was unly recently opened to ihe
l-iibht Harney County ,eoplr will he always welcome
aid cnurleouRly tared for. A rirat-claaa bar in connection.
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
in i.T-.e Nrrn. Dee C setae garr W
Napton d Boyd i
Real Estate. Hlaes ni liilig. 1
I'ATRTre, lit. an. Oeraaae, Oaaeee. A
Onurtoojpaei Rew Wlleea Retak.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TKIMC A DON KUAN, I'roprietora.
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms In Connection
, , ijij, .,, l!lB agaiio-t II.. ' I. r liny
MarsbiielJ, H milee. th.- I matiila .
I lie cattle anil ate taking Ihe
,rl of I hem. If Ibey keep
Central, Iron, I'endleton south
unlc, and sundry nnxirtaiit cut
offs which connect .listing line,
and shorten distances
I increase the faoilitit I I
reachlliK and lesyMig Orrgui will,
M-oile ami producte the I , , ., I
cifio interest has determined !;
build ilR own toad betwi ,, I'.ui
land and Seattle, and Ret aleu un
derlaketi the -.ciulngly mii.
Notice is hereby given that hunt
ing ui.d shooting UHin thn enclosed
Uutl.- of the Aiiiorican Land it Live
Stock Co located in lowiiebtpe 'iU
A 10 S Kuuge 35 K and IjwhsIii
III U I 'li! L' tl' VI U ...... (I.,
high auliuol. Tm,mTm ' """-'"
, ... , Ur-Koii Letter known ae tlie l roui
wardetl Contract to '
.1. ..f .i the Lr," "u "v ."".;
re tin- ll, i, -ceilings of
ourl at the regular
Ml 14 . hL
K. JJ Wllitere euiiloyeil .if
ruR ol wo.
inl h'ti, Rdtiuol for ."
v. I .puient Of the 1.75U miles : duty of building down tin- north
cm tlit to the elate in 1505. the Her- bank of the Columbia river a
nuiMi, lines represent 1,350 miles. I to Portland over RQQ uiii- kMSf
The remuiiung 4UU milee are mot- paralleling its 0. K S
ly made up of the Astoria A' Colum- along the south bank By all
bia Kivcr road from l'ortland to the coincidence the northern 1'.,
ocean, 1J2 miles, and the Corvellle people that ia lo say. Mr 11.11
A Kaeten, from Vaquina bay east
ward lo the foot of the Cascade,.
141 miles two parallel but widely
strictly forbidden Any person nr . .. . .
aeparaied roads, controlled iiy one
puraoio- found bunting or treapaaa- . ...
, . r . mi, nt in han rranciec". which
in t A ii I, a gun in their po.-easiou
on above 'lecril.t-il properly
J I! (iould and IT
unly load, the court
oard uf road viewer
Ml Annie Hail, lit. ,,i 1,-nd to their art. "-1 and conviction, river oil Its Seattle ,loe
fact for oare and keep' AMKKit an LAM, ,V l.iyr - , lasw of the till: roads
are vigorously huilding a in,
alongside of Harnuiai, gra.I.r,
and ate sure to push ml" I'orCai .u
a coii.peiiior in tin- latttr'e in,
which will increase the nn
on the Oregon metropolis a .id lod
IP. i.Hlt.ri.l l,Mil,rM .f ll.e ml'mI'.,i
).....a ...I ........1., uiill
..', I,.', l,.,'l., ...1. tmi .
. will) wiiicii luey conneci. joe recuv me growiu "i i
lie iiioi-icul, ti lo tile full extent of .. , . .. .. .
the law A .ewardofl'5ia here- S'" HtMt own, 4') miles Meantime Ihe parrsll.l ,..
hy ollernd for evidence that will I'om 1'oriUnd to the ('oluuihia road is under w ly hi, I in,
in,- entire tin, is g. Ii, ing grounl In I
hi Oregon that eventually it will he use
tin- ui .vino t, fri tier demand
in,,, nt RJ th. .(in lion M
II I will not l.e Ihe same
Willi nil i . j.
Rl ibe a year ago, ami us the
in undoubtedly will hi with
nun i ii, ing in Ir.un Un
ull i , ,i i,, .-ui upon the re-
i u, ,n of cattle and
, i, grajM on the range this
I'ienliful ami frems
SflSRRRMed more nnlritloi,
..,. I ,r all alock have put
i, and fat at a remarkable
"Tu Core a Petoa"
ii Kendall of Phillip'
' over il over with
Anna Halve and the
i-alye will do tl,. .t. ' (,,i, k. R
Moils, Sons, Hceldr.
Woutl I l.lieuu,
ru leet.aiid SSfl
eea. ..i tin i ny Drug
I III 1.1 1.
Sol li I KUM
i i i LU Aims
uiciaeoe ie;xeiteej eaaetroe
ALL WORK GUAR
ANTECD. Burns, Oregon
The Lest Mir
' Mala s I II Mieuta.
MEAUS AT Abu HOORtt
Bakery in sonnsstiori
A Ssuiilly ( Sserl Orstn.
I i ' bin,
the mark. BaUSS
Kv K II. Hill Kan. ii Ma.nai.kh ternloiy at piesent The Southern i give eiuiancu to a new . uinir.
1'sciti. n. ui SSRSMai "t the main building road, Ibe (in, ago, Mil-
In, i of the Siiaata route from Han waukce it St. I'aul Oulsui.
Francisco to I'ortltnd ruiining from and couligu ,us to O.i-gou all th
BSQSUee her ritoinach was an '''( u.iles through the length of existing roads ere but, din g I, ran. i
M.rviiig to Death.
for one year from
loan Alo.lui ol ituail
1 uniiloveti anil the
toruutl to nay to said
0(XJ to expend on the
krd autboriaed to put
Ull nc engine III ,l.u e
any immHairrj si
Ldireclctl lo transfer
0 from the ueiietal wrecked thai I could not aleen. into Washington and Idaho Of ' bad occasional dreams of Ooiidi...
Rlitute fund. land not until 1 was itiven uu to die this line -HM miles, from i orlland across V vomiiig, It'abo unl
weakened I. v u.-ele.-;. diugging that Oregon, and four or tiye shorter ea and developing ecliviii.
mIi.. could no) Mt, MM. M ry H lines paralleling it along the V il- which Ibat alate will
Walters of M.Clair Ml. Columbus lamette valley. Under the eaiue receive beiielit Much
r ,:. i, .. ...: -!....
V'., W,. ll'.el.lllV .-'aiviin; ll, lieuill j.w,w.iio .i.u.'..v.v ... .p,.... u, L....e ill inn way Ol lltti'li.ili ...
Sin writes: ' My stomach was SB railway A Navigation road operates I development will be the hue n I
weak from u?cl -s drugs that I a great line along the eoutb Oauk of ever is built, which the Csfeisag
could not cut, anil iuv uervee eo tbe Columbia riyer and Ibence ou Nortbwe lern It many n-il,a
' ger baa the most
i ilenr eell selecleU slock
'I wall paM-r ever seen in ibi.
, i ml y and design,
a- well as uualilv are ail that one
II. if also receiving
more in, , ,- , ,, , .
- a inn inn i iijiiiiiuir i mi nip wim
progressive influence the Oregon por lance m the way of internal ,
Of tlu, l.i'.li.l tiili.ilore lIlMlilMbM
well o. ih Trylag.
rd.r.-il to pay UUU lo I was 1 indeed lotry BUotriol Hitlers, lo Huntington, lie in Oregon, with ' trul Oregon lo ihe I'acitic with V
Kuutl Master Diet.
Lil on the roads in
ar of the bill of Crook
Deueee incurred in tjie
Millar, it appearing
mil bad been added
i Brown the popular pension
. of i'lttatield, Vl sayR:
. xt I.- ,, good pension, the beat
Add ibis great through line lo tin thing to get is. Dr. Kings Sew life
Oregon Eastern which the South in Pillf." He writes: 'they keep my
L'oion Pacific have started, ui.,1 I family in splendid health. " luick
which will he fed also Iron, i r tor hcadat In , onstlpation and
the entire railway eyetem of Ore- by a long road that is lo l, i tiauranleed at
gou as it stands today. What areidown the east bank of Snake livei Cite Dm,- -t n
with the wonderful result that im- a number uf branches, making a ouiua bay the probable lerut'ni
prSTSiS I SSaSS Si "nee and a total of o52 miles of the 0. K. dt N
complete cure followed." Beat now operating iu the stales,
health tonic on earth. 5Uc. (iuurau- The Union Pacific-Southern P-
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