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The “Hon.” Affidavit W. Gowan*» REFER! .1C A N t ‘ON V E NT ION. ths development of the mining ami
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little speech before the committee
agricultural resource« of Eastern
on credeti ti«ls in the congressional
Notwithstanding the denial bv
convention, is but in keeping with
oillciitU of the Sumpter Val
R. T. H'.ighst by acclamation.
other wo.k done by him. After
Chat they intend oxtvni
baaelv forging the name of one of
line thia season from
Harney County's most honored citi*
R. A. Miller by acclamation.
tens to a call fora rutppconvention
and the state
be adds “insult to injury” and re John E. I.oggan
men that the
fers to hiiu when questioned re W. R. Rutherford
road could not be mads to pay un
garding his endorsement of the
I.oggan declared the auuoitcc.
less standardized, there is a well
Centra! Committee delegation, as
opinion in inside cirehs
“a man in his dotage and not re Geo. A. Smyth,
10 that the work of extension of the
Sponsible for hie acts.” This all C. T. Mijler
28 narrow gauge will begin before the
for the sake of a little self aggran
Miller declared the nominee.
close of l‘J02.
disement. But the end is not yet.
It is known that the Columbia
J. II. Neal by acclamation.
Southern, now operating between
According to the Salt Lake
Biggs and Shaniko, and whieh has
Herald, a wool grower«’ trust iy be
Dr. W. L. Marsden bv accla two or three lines surveyed from
ing organized throughout the west. - mation.
Shaniko east through the Art !<•
Already, it is stated, 70 of the lead- i
John Day country to the Snake
Republican State Ticket.
ing sheepmen of Utah have gone
i tion proceed to elect a Chairman of river, is jeulouely watching any en
into the organization, while manv
croachments bv others in that ter
W. 3 FURNISH, of Pendleton. of tho principal wool grower* in i , the
‘*,v Republican Countv Central rilory. President l.vttle announces
------------- Grant Thompson was
i have ' Committee.
an«l . Oregou
elected, and F. (). Jackson that he bus ordered the building of
also joined forces with the organi
R. S. BEAN, of Lane County.
RM) miles of road this year, mid
zation. Abolition of the middle !secretary.
put Ins road into Canyon City
It was ortiered that the Ccnntv
Secretary of State,
man's profits and the turning of
the season cloaca. Th« v
F. 1. DUNBAR, of Astoria.
the »nine to the wool growers is ■ Central Committee he authorized to will also tap Prairie City and the
stated to be the object of the new till any vacancies that may occur mining districts iiUliat vicinity.
in the county ticket prior to the
CH a S. E. MOORE, of Klamath. organization.
While the Sumpter Valley may
election in June, by vote of said
in no hurry to build ,»;ore rail
According to the Census there
A. M. CRAWFORD, of Dougins.
it is not like v they will allow
else to beat them in teiri
Supt Public Instruction,
tory they have considered their own
J. II. ACKERMAN.ot Multnomah.
using $170,000,0(X) worth of ma
particularly as there are many
John thousands of acres of virgin forests
terial in a year, and turning out a
J. R. WHITNEY, of Linn.
a product worth 1251,000,000. The Gemberling; Jnetice of the Peace, in the territory to be Japped.
wholesale price of a pair of shoes Dyke Jameson; constable, Rav
Congress, 2nd District,
From all sides of the question,
J. N. WILLIAMSON. Prineville. represents about 22 per cent in Smith; road supervisor. Jno. Farm and considering the rapid filling
Drewsev—Committeeman, W. A. up of the state by ea.terners.il is
wages, 65 percent in material and
; Justice of the Peace. uot unlikely Eastern Oregon will
; constable, R. B. see “sown thing doing” this year in
Baker. Malheur and Ilarney Co.
«u per visor, A. T. the wav of raw railroad building
J. L RAND, of Baker City.
The Kentucky legislature passed
Stop the ('«tugli
bill prohibiting the “docking”
Malheur and Hurney Counties,
W B. Parker; road supervisor. E
anil Work oO'tlie Cold
FRED. J. PALMER. Malecur Co
by the Governor as its provisions
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
Curry—Committeeman, W. L.
a cold in one day. No Cure.
Republican County Ticket.
Beet; road superv'.soi, Wm. Spencer No pay Price 25 cents.
“Jocked” horses. He w«s unwill
Poison Cr—Committeeman, Ira
ing to discriminate against Ken-1
justice of the peace,
H. C. LEYENS’, of Burns.
tuckv dealors. he said, but would j
Frank Whiling; constable. Major
gladly tign a bill aimed at the fad
Beebe; road supervisor, L'olpnel
THOMAS ALLEN, of Narrows, dist who bought and drove the! Bee bp.
thing New Luder the Snu. '
All doctors have tried to cure
R. T. IIUGIIET, of Narrow«.
Bain ; justice of the peace. J C.
The Committee on Militia of the Buckland; constable. Geo Tregas CATARRH by |he use of powd«*r«,
I acid gMCj. ir,halers and drags in
! House of Representatives has kis ; road supervisor, Alma Davis
R. A. MILLER, of Buroe.
;>aste form. Tbpir powders dry up
favorally repotted a bill to reor
mucuous jiembranes causing
ganize and equip the national guard Geo. M. Tucker Justice of the peace,
JOHN E LOGGAN, of Harney. of the country like the regular
i them to crack open and bleed. The
Wm. McKinzie; constable, Frank
army and to provide for it« calling Spencer; road supervisor, I’av Com- ; powerful acids used in the inhalers
have entirely eaten away the »'.me
out bv the president, to become at egys.
£. T. MILLER, of Lawen.
that the:r uinkcrs have
once a part of the regular national
Lake—Committeeman, C. A.
while pastes and
forces. Heretofore the state militia Haines ; justice of the peace. W. S
J. 11. NEAL, of Burns.
reach the disease.
was not subject to scryifle outside I ll«ley; constable, Richard Smith;
of ite own state.
road supervisor, Frank Cawlfield.
DR. W. L. MARSDEN, of Burn.
who has for many year» made m
'close study and specialty of 11 <•
The Chinese government is ea Horton; roal supervisor, Dean
treatment of CATARRH, has at
J. L. Rand, of Baker City, re tablisbing legations in Italv, Aus- Horton.
ceived the nomination for joint | tria and Spain, pursuance of the i Island—Cemmitteeman, J. H last perfected a Treatment which
when faithfully used, t ot only rp
senator of this district which com- . new 1 «olicy of closer relations with I Hill.
licycs at once, but permanontlv
urisitig the counties of Baker. Mal- I the outside world. Heretofore the
cures CATARRH, by removing the
hepr and Harney. His election t!ie Ministers to England, Russia
San Francisco is a cosmopolitan cause, stopping the diecharges, and
means an able representative or. and the United States have looked
city, containing larger colonies of a cuting all inflammation. It is the
|be floor of the s'ate senate.
after all foreign interests.
I greater variety of foreign nations only reined)’ known to science that
than ary other in America. The actually reaches the afllic'.td parts.
The Frfuch government has just
Whatever dec may be said of beet stores display signs in several -----------------
wonderful 1 remedy is known
uavsed a subsidy bill for her mer
i Ce.iil Rhodes, it jnust be granted languages indicating that each one ' «a “SNUFFLES the GUARAN
chant marine, similar to the shift
Uhit he was one of the greatest is spoken inside.
TEED CATARRH CURE,” ami is
ping bill now before the United
I makers of empire tl.at ever lived.
sold at the extremely low price of
; He epitomized his great ambition
The greatest victory that the One Dollar, each packag « contaii •
Senator Mitchel! delivered a very j in Ria dying words ; “So little done . American army has ever gained is ing internal and external medicine
left to d<?
. that accomplished against the forces sufficient for a full month's treat
able speech in the renate last —so much — yet
| of disease in our insular posses ment and everything neceseaiy to
week in support of the Chinese Ex
The bolter’s delegate« to tho state sions. In the ciee of Havana, once its perfect uee.
“SNUFFLES" is the only per
convention named their owner W.
D. Hanley as state ommitteeman, small-pox Las been entirely stamp- fect CATARRH CURE ever made
a position he could not secure any i ed out and yellow fever practically and is now recognized aa the only ;
safe and positive cure for that an
■ other wav, than through their way , 80.
noying and disgusting disease. It
of deception and forgery.»
I I In the English courses st North cures all inflamation quickly and
Persons have been known to
An attempt on the part of the I western University, Evanston, Illi permanently and is also wonder
gain a pn'^nd a day by taking English tobacco trust to get the re nois, a spelling teat proved that 66 fully quick to relieve HAY FEVER
an ounce of SCOTrS EMUL tailer« to boycott American tobacco 2-3 per cent of the olasges failed, or COLD iu the HEAD.
SION. It is strange, tut it often has failed, as the dealers are un in spite of two month's drilling in
CATARRH when neglected often
willing to give up their best-selling orthography. The greatest number
” will save you if you use it'
Somehow the ounce produce? brands.
failed on the words, ‘‘heterogeneous” j
It is no ordinary remedy,
♦he pound 1 it seems to start th«
‘ judgment” and “thorough ”
plet,! treatment which is
digestive machinery goiiig prop
The King of Patagonia died in
guaranteed to cure
erly, so that the patient is able Paris la»t week. He had not seen
in any form or stage
(o digest and absorb his ordinary hie realm for several years. The other colleges of the country
to the directions
food, which he could pot do be champion longdistance scepter
which accompany each package.
fore, nnd that is the way fhe gain
now goes to Croker, “Baron Van
Don’t delay but send for it at once
write full particulars as to
A certain amount of flash I;
condition, and you will re
necessary for health; if you have
advice from tho dis
pot got it you can get it by
baths. Their principle value is to the building of a railroad from regarding your case without cost to
you beyond the regular price of
the poor during tjig extrerno heat Baker City Jo the Seven Deyils,
“SNUFFLES” the “GUARAN-l
the extension of the Columbia TEED CATARRH CURE.”
Southern railway from Shaniko to | Sent prepaid to any address in :
You win find It fust as useful in summer
John Day country and Canyon the United States or Canada on re
The improvpicnj in Spanish trade
ps In winter, and if you are thriving upon
¡t js realized that these en ceipt of One Dollar. Addre-s Dept
|t don't stop because the weathu Is warm. with this coun'ry »hows that the
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