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Is 145 miles long and 90 miles in. width. It is a new ioiinty, s’ruck off of , the Southern part of Grant, by
an act of the legislature,. February, 1889. It is I oundied by Grant. Cropk, Malheur and Lnke, and i ' uiis
south to the State line. Population, about 3,000. Taxable property, $1,600,000.
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ENTS, caveat .;,
Although the altitude is pretty high, the climate is mild. Fn<-w Calling to the depth of from six to ten
inches in the northern part and in the southern part very little snow. Thousand« of cattle, horses and sheep
NO I EE UNL1C S HATENT go through the winter without being fed. Wheat. Oats. Barley, Rye, also, the hardy fruits and vegetables,
IS SECURED. CORRESPOND- •ire adapted to the Climate.
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613 d 015 7th Street, IJ. V7.
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Harney Valley is about GO miles in length by 35 ,n width, containing excellent Farming and Hay land;
level and smooth, easily c iltivated. and sloping gradually toward the lakes, bounding the vallev on the
south. Hanpv, Diamond. Blitzen. Callow, Silviesarid Silver Creek valleys, are all a great deal smaller than
Ilarnev, bu* admirably situated for grazing and farming purposes. Thousands of acres of government land
still open for settlement in this and other valleys, above mentioned.
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Caveats. and Trnctc-Markp obtained, and all Pat
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Our 0-fiea '» OmmMte U. S. P .tent Office,
tnd we c*in secure patent in less time than those
remote from Washington.
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tion. V. e advise, if patentable or not. free of
charge. Our fee not due till patent Is necured.
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I ha*e be« trouble*! ntinv ■ ea: s wuh
disease cf the kidney» and have tried
many diJerent leniedies and have
auuglit aid from different physician«
without relief. About the 15th of April
1 was suffering from a verv violent
ettack that almost pro«rated me in
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When I Mt down it watt almost impossible for me
it on my
mv clothes, » when
t • get t;p alone, or to put
kin I I’ruvidrnce sent Dr. Henley, with
Oat EGOS KIDNEY TEA, to my
I iniined-ately commenced
uainj the tea.
It had an almost
mi -aculous effect, and to the aston
ishment of all the guests at the hotel,
in a few days.I am happy to state,
that 1 was a new man.
rec_ramen! the lea to all aidi
as I have bee«.
C. A. TTPPEM,
Proprietor Occidental Hotel,
Santa om Cal.
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IUw, Hall. «,»rr r«iurf»r
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When the body of William Jones
Mrs. Pet Davis, of Old Ripley
which was buried at Corunna, Ind,' Ill., gave birth to triplets, all boys.
two years ago, was disinterred a, Two weighed four pounds each and
few days ago for shipment, it was one three. Notwithstanding their
found that the body was petrified, diminutivenese they are apparently
with every feature preserved per strong and lively.
fectly, even the hair. At the time
'Tve Spited You, Mam
of burial Jones weighed 180 pounds
while his petrified body now weighs
Willie Mendhoim etr-d 13, be
495 pounds. The rock which has
taken the place of the flesh seems come angry with his mother and
■ told her that ho was going to com
to be similar to hard limestone.
mit suicide. Ilia mother mfiteiy
j laughed at the threat. T^g, boy
A New Story
priKtir-d a rope .and before his
The biggest story of the season | mother’s eyes made bis preparations
comeB from Lincolnton. Mr. W. I for death He fastened the rope
T. Murray, who is a merchant ofi to the ceiling and putting the end
that place, says that while he was around his neck, got up in a high
a soldier in Virginia he came across chairand jumped. . Just before the
a farmer who had just housed a leap he said: “I have spited you,-
crop of popcorn, and pretty soon af now, mamma.” His neck was bro
ter the hands had left the crib it ken. His mother saw him as he
caught fire and every grain of the made the fatal spring.
corn popped, and very soon the
whole plantation was cevered with
Over Europe on Stilts.
the white corn. A mule, about 23
Sylvia Dornon, shepherd from the
years old, in a barn near by, saw
the barn covered witli white corn, neighborhood of Arcachon in France
and, though the thermometer regis has just set out on a journey on
tered 90 degrees in the shade, the stiltsfrom Pans to Moscow.
lie belongs to the strong tribo of
mule froze to death, tliinking that
it was a terrible heavy fall of snow. stilted shepherds, who may be seen
all over the Landes in France, con
ducting their brown flocks of sheep
She Stopped the Train.
and goats through tho boundless
marshes, and knitting woolen socks
A train in Georgia was lately held
they stridenlong br lean propped
ud by a lone woman
It had got
up against a rock octree.
about 200 yards from a station
The stilts upon which Dornon
when a negro woman was seen run
to walk 35 miles daily,
ning frantically after it. The con
ductor saw her. pulled the bell nnd bring him about 4} feot from th®
the train came to a stop. A colored ground. So expert is he in lheit
brakeman stood on the Bteps and use that ho can fly along on them
r ached out his hand to help the at a tremendous pace, and means
woman on. But she ran on by. to be in Moscow on the 42d day
and a negro boy hung himself out out from Paris.
Ter. thousand persons accompan.
of the window and kissed her. The
him to the gates of the French
conductor was naturally a little
singing and cheering him
wrathy, and told her sc. »he told
him that her boy was going off, and on. At Moscow they have Jprepar-
they didn’t give her time to tell ed for him a nair of stilts 20 feet
him good-bve, and she had to do high, on which lie will make his
it if she would have to follow the entry into the Russian city.
pan art lì
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with that popular, illustrated mag
From ITarpir's Weekly:
Mr. Cleveland is evidently the azine, tho American Farmer, pub
The mo'intai ns in the northern part contain an inexhaustible quantity of Pine and Fir timber for lum- strong man for the Democratic nom lished at Cleveland, Ohio, and tead
'•ering p -rposes. All the valleys of the county are surrounded by low foot-hills covered with Juniper, which ination. The situation is such that by farin' rs in all parts of this coun
make excellent fence posts and fire wood.
there is no other strong candidate, try and Canada, by which that
because under the circumstances great publicatson will bo mailed
to abandon Mr. Cleveland is to sav direct, FREE, to the address of any
that he does not represent Demo I of our subscribers who will pay up
cratic views and policy. But it is all arrearages on subscription and
because he is supjajsed to represent one year in advance from date, and
them that public confidence has to any new subscriber who will pay
largely returned to his party. That one year in advance. This is a
belief made republican defeat easi ' grand opfiortunitv to obtain a first-
er last fall. If a vote against a Re 1 class farm journal free. The Amer
publican candidate for Congress ican Furmer is a large 16-pnge il
' had l>een though*, to be ultimately lustrated journal, of national circu
j a vote for Gov. Hill, for instance, lation, which ranks among the
.untry is well waived, and, if properly utilized, is sufficient for all purposes, including irrigation.
many a Republican candidate j leading agricultural papers. Its
would have been elected who was ■ highest purpose is the elevation and
defeated. No intelligent Democrat I ennoblin'’ of Agriculture through
it seems to us, can doubt that Mr. the higher and broader education
Cleveland would lie the strong can of men and women engaged in its
didate. But nominations are not pursuit. The regular subscription
, logical, and depend upon many | ! price of the American Farmer is
, things besides the desires and ex- $1.00 per year. IT -COSTS YOU
' pectation of a party. Indeed, the i NOTHING. From kny one num-
i rule of important nominations is’ lair ideas can be obtained that will
the selection of available candidates ' bo wortli thrice the subscription
an»l available has a negative signifi price to you or members of your
TJ IFL INF ft*
cance It means less a representa household. YET YOU OET IT FREE.
Is the County Seat, the l irg-st town in the county. It is situated in th® north» rn part of Harney valley, on tive leader than a candidate with Call and see sample copy.
Silvies river, the la*‘got wster court-e in th»* county. I he 1. cation is su.'h that Burns will b<- the leading out a record. It takes account of
business pb.ee in the vallev The natural advantages are: Its situation on the river, adj »cent to the foot- 1 the fact that votes are cast for every
The latest addition to “Harper’s
h 11s. handv to timber and on the proposetl line of the O. I’ Railroad. The location of the U. S Land Office
kind of p«-tty reason, and nssumes Franklin Square Library” is a
is. aleo, another great advantage Burna has, in a buainess |a>int ot view.
I that a postive prominent public Field of Tares, a novel by Clo.
’ man has probably made a host of Graves.
enemies by the very acts and words !
which have given him distiction. | Senator Emunds has resigned.
' Thia, however, does not chan£e the It is supposed he will be succeed
j fact that the abandonment of Mr. ed by Redfield Proctor, now secre
I Cleveland as the Democratic can tary of war.
didate would give the greatest pos
sible satisfaction to the supjKirters
We sec the South is not back*
of President Harrison.
ward in offering volunteer soldiers
I if Uncle Sam feels in need of them
We are not prepared—the to fight Italy.
world is not prepared—for the de
W<* have a flouring niill <wi th»* river. near town, and another nearing completion, one mile and half north nunciation of either gold or silver,
Rudyard Kipling will contribute
<»f ♦.,< »,«»n the river; will «•»•»> hive an th**r h-r-v mill ••rect»*d 01 the til« of the one that burned down, laM
Then are utb r tow - in the county: Himcv. «Ihmted in the northern part of the yallev. near the nor can this preparation lelrought to the forth»~o<ninf number of Har
f h ♦ bi).« 14 i’iil» R eat- of barm*, w. 11 watered in I near the timber ami within ail or «even mile« of two mw about without the wiping out of a per’s Weekly a new story of life in
brrw.*ev. ritii ih d in the eastern part of the county on the Middle Fork of the Malheur river, ia eur- very large amount of public and India, entitled ‘ Th® Last Relief.”
ound»*d t y a h < mx 1 farming rommunity.
when both metals are used as mon
James Lene Alien’s new book.
ey would tie a burden too heavy to Flute and violin, and other Ken-
tie borne when measured by single •u key Tales and Romance«, Is an-
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