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ther to analyze Ea«teiu Oregon At CII>EN r MAR CANYON (I I Y
nml tepoi t on its prospects. T his
w grid Party Narrow
Conan s-man Malcolm A Moody is one of the lines of ligitinule uJ-
has succeeded in securing a promise v rto- ng. whi. h proltiees ten fold
of a visit to Eastern Oregon b» Pro- tvsults A n ide aw^ke community
Just on arriving in Canyon City
lessor F. H Newell, chief hydro- will quickly grasp the opportunity. Wedm*rday evening from Burns u
grapherof the Geological Survey. — Baker City Republican.
party compos, d ol Juda»* Bradshaw
Some time within the near future
SATURDAY JUNE. 2.’ »•.».»!
of Ihe Dalles. Judge Cake of Foil
thia distinguished irrigatio i expert WHEN
N\ME AND >FN PI laud. .1 W. Ma’onvy, of P.mllelon,
I nnd L
Speaking about third terms, won will le in our part of the Slate, to,
R. Stinson of Salem, met
der if Bryan would accept a third
with an accident which resultid
1 he tilolx'-DeaiKH-tat makes some quite painful to Judge» Bradshaw
nomination for atirtt term —Salem ami furnish data reg tiding tin* pos
very pertinent remarks gbout the and Cake, and forlunatt |y did not
Announcemt nt of this fact should
relation of the present Democratic n suit setiou*. On Jeiconding the
create wid< spread interest tti;d gvu- ,
hill in the south part of town near
A Vassar girl has just thrown a
eratean intrnte spirit of activity. party <o Southern principles, ami the t iri« Byers cabin, the fifth
baseball 173 feet—all the feet lying
Professor Newell, the dispatch the R publi...») parly’; atti'ude
wheel of th. ir vehicle suddenly
in the same direction. No casual)-
states, has been visiting those re towaid the strongest com nereis!
broke nnd the rig came uncoupled
ties — Minneapolis Journal.
gions where the farmers showed an inteiests «f the South :
1 he team w trottmg’at the time
appreciation of such work, and by
“At present the old-'.ine South and each gentleman named wit.
The voice of Col Henry Walter- iinitoi. eager demand, offered some
democrat ia face t« face with thrown violeaily to thr ground,
aon is still crying in the democratic encouragtment to the Government
disagrt cable fact that his party ami it was thought for a short time
wilderness for a fre-h pick rtf cards in affording gill pouib.e assistance
abandoned some of its most , lh.it Isith judges were badly* hurt,
and tvw.4«?4f>—Anaconda St»ml- He did not come to il;<* vast arid
principles, nnd that the sit <-e th> y ha I fallen ro th it a por
rt gion of Oregon before l»ecau«e
republicai. party has greedily ap- •ion of tlirir vehicle ai d all <>f its
there seemed t.o demand for his ,
propria'cd the same. He is h I«<. ,n>
's fell on them. However, a
In the electoral college of 1904 services. He found nothing here
aware that the republican purtv disli ited shoulder for Judge Cak»*
there will be 476 members—an in toc'.teoura/e him to be'ieve that
of today is as friendly townid hi- o d -ever d bruis.** for Judge Brad
crease of 15 in the fusions candi prejeiratory work by the Govern
«eelion ut is the dominant eie ent shaw arnla wrecked villiclv tells
FIRST DAY, Jt’I.Y 3.
date's chances for defeat—Salem ment would be followed upby intel
of the democracy, which, strange to tfi> wh 'le of the damage, and ».ich
dash, ft»*.«* fur all
ligent effort t£ apply information say, is still foun I in the North
gii demani.» emigrai ulaling litui-
where democracy is the weakest.” self lliHl it w*o» not mure scrious —
horses ilml never run for public money .
Congressman Moody h*s jer-
If every battleship constructed
There are the words of tha stal Canyon City Ea^'e.
NEU'»ND DAY, eYuly 4-.
continues to break the spec I record, «uad'd the Survey that Eastern wurt democratic Macon (Go )
PAILiDE AT loot lot K A* M NII\RP.
as they have done for some time,
TekgMph, which supported the
The First Nt'tiot jl Bank of Vale
Hrajed by tin» Baud, followed by th» Fite D»q urtment, Ltherly
we shall eventually have soui.e- sibilities ot irrigation. ILs argil, ticket in 1*96 and 1900. ami has
wufon, Float*, Citizens and Pluguglics—March to Floral Hall.
ments have accomplished what ab
thing very swift in that line.
stuck by its partv’s candidates I with County Clerk King
PROGRAM OF THE HAY
sence of v »cie.'te 1 actio# and pro
throagh evil and goad report.
Buri » rutili
gressive getivity on the part of the
A soon as quiet is thoroughly re
“There is a great deal of this Fort | ing business, to receive money on
W Gowa i
farmers sh ould have done before
stored all over th; Philippine.« the
of talk in tiie South these days, ' deposit, to loan money, to diarannt
It now rests with the farmers to
Census Bureau will lake a complete
at.d it is signitieaut. Ths South lulls m <1 notes, to act a- trustees or
census of the islands, which will substantiate Mr. Moody's state has always been the expansionist ! agent for nervoi a or corporations,
Bails* uc will) pot <>f Is*me, cotr<e and bfkel dinner cm
be the first ever takeu. as under ments in their behalf. In t^eir section, but the democratic party, i to a t tn i.dmiiii-trntor or executor
grounds ( B.irbi. u»> imdrr mao .gem» nt of Jn* Smith )
fynnish rule the population w as al keeping lies the simple duty of as led to day is opposed to expan for estate», to furnish and ret.l safe
Afternoon s|H>rts ILindi *. p lii»*vc|u race. |»ur-v r2’», sack racs
demonstrating that the agricultur
sion. The South in the old »lavs, ty deposit vaults, at.d generally to
$2 50; long jump $2 50; JOO yar<i loot race, free for all, $2 50;
ists of this \ast undeveloped region
when it gave the law to the dem do ull thing; nec« saary, proper ami
greased p»g $2 ■'•«»; grea-e I pole $2 •’>•*.
arc awake, are i»r the lineof iriirch
in»rly, wanted to take Cuba. convenient for carrying <>n a gener
BlSgBILL GAME. MOIHIED MEN
sINtil.E MEN. Purs* Slot).
Maj.Gen. Jufcn C. Iki'cs. who to greater ami better conditions
No admission to th« giu*m»l on tlx* Fourth.
h^e recently returned from the than those which have blessed their In r cent yesrs the men who have al banking business. The capital
le I tjic democ>*t.;e party would op stock is $5O.00D, divided into 5UU
THIRD DAY, JI l.Y 5.
Philippines, said of the cmiitio i ancestors.
jioze the acceptance of Cuba even shares of the par valueof $100 eacl,
all ... .
of the army : ‘‘Our troops arc in
Dre/tiri is known toposscss a vast
1-4 mile d.tsh, for Harney County s;idd)u hurres that have
excellent condition. We ha 1 no arid L.elt. Irrigation enterprises if olfend by the unanimous vote of The names of the incorporators arc
never won first money .......................................
more sickness than on? would here have not gained the sul’Bfan- the Cuban people Demo'arts us F. <>N. ill. J I. Cola I m IM G
Roping uontc't, no entrance ..
paturally expect from a tropical tial headway noted in many other , far bpek us the early days of llupw.—Vale Democrat.
FOURTH DAY. JULY G.
elimxte, and I think no more than climes. Land in tljjs country, Buchanan, Cass and Marcy wa ited
1-2 mile dash, free for all .
wf would have if o lr troops were which if in California would be to annex the Sandwich island«, The Great Northwest's First While
3-8 mile flash, for Harney County saddle buries that have
stationed in the Gulf Si» tes here.” brilliant with orange grove« or withou paving any particular re
gard to th* wishes of the islanders.
never won first money
richly p-oduetive oflu-cious fruits,
The* present magnates of the de
Oueofthe must remarkable proofs
ran«» for nnn-winners Dale and Jistameto be fixed
A bill passed at the last ses -ion is set tu sagebrush, has been set to
mocracy would give up the islaryjr, of the amazing growth of that vast
race, 2 miles, no entrunce
nf the Washington legislature, pro that uael-ss shrub for genera*ions
although we icccircd them through region of our country commonly I
Juvenile Bus. hall Game, Purse $10.
viding ten hours a daj* for women past, and will be so in the future
ti,e solicitation of their g vernment. call. <1 the Northwest, with its num
clerks, went into effcit Fri lay. Be- unl.es; greater enterprise imbues
“Naturally there is a disposition erous risterlmod of States ami it«
rid other lines of work, tlu law ths inhabitants.
among Southern democrats to rise population of more than »even
iivclcbie« women euij»loy«d in mer
Irrigation in Eastern Oregon will
in rebellion against this sort of de million people, is the fact tji^t it is
cantile establishments, laundri»-«, unfold possibilities so groat that,
mocracy. They te-* that the re only a little more than eighty years
hotels or restaurants. The law compared with the present, they
publican pa"ty is on their side on since the first white baity was Ixtrrt
makes it a misdemeanor for an ein • miei’t be thought 4 dream. There
the big questions of th».* day. and there. The child was agiil, the
ployer to reqyjre more than ten i is toil here, fertile, producing soil;
they want to join the republicans. daughter of a regular army ntlieer,
hcufji’ a day from any female e ru- • quicklv responsible to the husband
Name and sentiment is riot going and the is still living. A fascinat* I
man’s touch if watere 1.
I>r na*id ai«»r <’r«<! m’r»
The demand for
co keep this element of the South irg account of her < ventful life, the
Krad-mtev nf the N .rinal i
U.iilng th« p«at
Araun I the outskirts ol other
j eer h«» btwn nuch leyond th<t »apply. I’oU
ern ch m<-e ra!.« urny in the democatic »»rly v-ars of which were spent
I iun» w*ih front fio 00 U) t? • no per month.
Over forty thousand “homo-seek-
party us at ¡»recent managed. Their among soldiers nnd savages, will
Hi Mln firthlrnt«« an«]
crs.” the New York Post estimates, to barren earth, thinly clad with place is with the republicans, and appmr in an early issue of The
e-r pr»p«r»«l for ihr State Sumina-
have during tfar. past spring gone soil, broken with boulders, and ile- they are bound to come over.”
Ladies’ Home Journal.
t <n>-, tin l rcA»!.|y take alAlt-paper« on gradua
into Washington from other State«. prived of every productive ingredi i
!<• » I I*rnte*«lenel Course.
Twelve “home-seekers’ excursions.” ent. Wavering ata move which
U • :l «• j ilp|.» »l I tuinli ^ |><»| arinom K«p«n*e«
Commencing June loth, und
p inducted by
the two northern takes them from envionments fa
I a t2 fr«>;n ftJO to |I7'» 0 > per year. Fall term
hpen« Rupi 17 li. I >r ■ «'«big tf c mulhing full
<: anscontinenta! railways, have
anti > iu< eaienlN, addre««.
probably accounted for most of
pour forth good human energy Idaho, will have i» sale <li»y. The ner, Me., says “I have had the
I* L »'AMPIIKI.I.,
or J II. V Butler.
I'reshl« t, I.
object of the day is that anyone th»* worst cough, cold, chills ami
these. Such immigration would upon sterile ground.
be ih»e or,ler oyer the entire West
if the Government should favorably when such vast tracts as rprcid be- horses, hogs or any article can have of no account but profit to the ven
consider tpe build ding of »toragn fore the eve in Eastern Oregon are | it off-red for sale ut auction with- dor. Chamberlain'« Cough Rem
reservoirs and the providing of ”lv‘n -u settlement, if tj* .«e th'ifty, out cost to the seller or buyer, the edy is the only thing that has done
water where farmers an<l s»-ttler.« industrious jx*ople are taught where biiMi/-« n en having subsirib <j any go»» I whatever. I have used
rouhl take it out upon the land to look Nothing in modern »lays enough fumls to pay an auctioneer one bottle of it and the chills, ool )
does more to attract immigrants and odi»rexpenses which may be and grip have left me. I coagrat-
they desire topultiv^tc.
and capital than ligitmate advertis- incurred. For the first »lay thirlv ulatejtlie manufacturers of an hon
ir g of resources. If the cuiinent i head of horses, cattle, an»l numer- est medicine.” For sale by H. M.
Carries a full line of Broadcloth, Silk Plush, or Velvet, also
Government irrigation expert i» ous articles hove been listeij to sell, Horton Burns, and Fred Haines
Your Kidneys. known to be spending a consider- These t des ar»* r^id to be iiuccess-
A Full Lineof Varnished and Metallic Caskets
pnbeaithy KiJiuy? Make Impure Blcod. able period in thja r»*gion. and tpe ful in some of the Ea«tcrn stqtes.
This season therein a large death
intelligent reports rent out cover J The experiment should be wiitche»!
All the LlooJ in your body passeo through facts outlining the vast resources of by other sections of the Northwest
A completo line of Burial robes, ote.
and lung troublea Prompt action
your kidneys once every three minutes.
7 r' ‘
will rave the lntle ones from these
f^“East of Welcome’s drug store.
blood purific. :!.<./fil- could be formed for capital.
We know of
l 'TJ' m T'I ter 0lil u.c .s. ; cr
nothings« certain to give instant!
|rrpu: i ic; in tic llccd. ves'orsand homeseekers would fol
A Chicago woman has gained relief as One Minute Cough Cure
If they aicdclc cr c.t
low his statements regarding agri-
pf .order, tlx/ fail to do
some notoriety by offering a re It can also be relied upon in grippe
cilturgl deveUpment with absorb
ward of $1000 tor proof that any and a'l throat and lung troubles of
Fail)"., ache"zr.d rheu-
adults. Pleasant to take. City
rnatpm pory.o ; cm ca-
business man has conducted I, is
Drugstore. H M. Horton, Prop.
cc.s ct uric ac.iiti e
Commencing at The Dajk'S, Coq-
business for one week without ly Fred Haines, Harney City.
blocd, due to i.' Z1-■ cd
The most simple, practical nnd durnblo
ing in word or deed. Of course
Kidney trouble causes qt ick cr
Newell will traverse most of East
Typewriter on the market nt any price.
her $1000 is perfectly safe, not that
jie.nt beats, anJ makes cue feel i'
11«. C. E. V tnlleuK ii, of Kil-!
ern Orrgtn. All 'he larger streams
piey had heart trouble. Le . iu -. c tel.
bou-n, Wis„ wasalflicted with stom-1
Ask for catalogue.
pver-workhig in punning tl.ick, , i
tyill be carefully m».*asurctl, nr;<l
cni ionc j blood |iireugi) veu- . aa ! ■ • ; . - .
there arc ¡depty of them—but be noh trouble and oonstipation for a
Hdnu, Genomi Agent,
totes made of irrigation possibili
r It u«d tq be co:>:.<h : <1 t.sat k.
cause it is impossible to produce long time. She says. ’ I have tried
(roubles were to be traced to the ki.'.ncys, ties. One of the water cpqrses
Oregon, Wellington and Idaho. Albany. Orc.
put wove modern »cicnv.. proves ti.c t i - ly
such proof, and because, besides, many preparations but none have
mentioned in the outline already
f.. 1 constitutional jjt'teascs h^vc their t ju
business jpeq don't »Jesife to done me the good that Chamber
ping in ijJney tiouble.
furnished was I’cwdcr river, flow
If you ;i« sick you can niako »;; r.i.
gain notoriety in this way.—Tele- lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
py fi si dec Loring your kidneys.
r lij ing by Baker’s very door.
have.” These Tablets aro for sale al
«nd the extmoiitipiuy erte. t ot LL. Kil -r ,
Ju anticipation of this visit, farm
pixvr.mp-Root, the great l idar/ |f . ... .• ¡ .
City Drug Store, H. M. Horton,
ers and iuisinf». meq generally
goon realized. It etunda the l.yhc-t f r >:
wondtttf jlcttre; v. <iie
Jisireberej e,. '--
To reduce one’s weight, cutoff prop., Fred Haines, Harney City. I
would find it to the advantage of
gtid Iss-ilJ or Ils rierilj
out meal n. »Jay, br^kfast prefera Price, 25 cents. Sample« free.
t>y all druggists fi; fifty
f their commupijy jf an effort wpre
rent and one dollar sfz-p"if7*:tt
., made to prepare information, afford bly. Take u cup of clear codec,
ft. You may have a
Quality and not quantiy mak<s
Professor Newell opportunity
fur sipping it,slowly. Lj;e largely on
J*TT’piC bpipe p/jf
DeWitt’s Little Enrlv Ri-or» such
— also pamphlM **
te))ii;ryou h»> ■■ »■ t
observation and study, and inani-
valuable little liver pills.
^ut If yoq fiavs kidi. ~y or Hadoer ti
A»oid sugars tit. I atrjrc'iy Drug Store, II. M. Horton, Prop
Monitor» rWa paper when v-riting Dr Kilr.xr fi.*»t sit'd) an interest ns would cm
£■>., Binghamton. C Y
foipng»» tl'i« valttr»! »I' pirttn'ii» fqr- ' 5'0*1«. July Lt<lie«' Ilnrqe Joqrnnl Fr$d Haine», Harney City.
COUNT! OFFICIAL PAPER
The Eagle Will Scream
July 3,4, 5 and 6,1901.
Magniiicsnl Fireworks Display and Grand Ball, the
evening of the Fourth.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
G. W. CLEVENGER
Subscrlt e for the