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ÖURNS* OREGON. SATURDAY. AUGUST ¡6. 1902.
HI. Mvnih. I.'. C«at«.«
rich year for mi
Lack upon it*clf cr I V rivtting
the edges band iron or steel at least
per minute. The velocity of run-1
one sixteenth of an inch thick, cr
ning is measured by the saine law«‘
, by airing with at least 10 goagn
Number of Acree In Oregon Be- “ ^at of heavy falling bodies. A Oregon Industrie» Make Fine wire. If the metal material is lieav-
falling body increases its velocity 1
i ier than specified, edge reinforce-
HliGwiug for ltN>2.
claimed tu Ten Years.
I in proportion to the time it is fall- i
I merits are not necessary. Circular,
ing, and the distance fallen is in <
aemi-eircular or roundirg box««
proportion tn the square of the!
... must be of not less than 22 guage
The progress in agriculture in number of seconds of time it is fall-1 Oyer 825,COO,(JOO will be added iron Qr -tcd with .treD(?0,cnC(I
ih ihtn nf Ernry
th* »rid states and territories dur- ing
The theoretical velocity of to the wealth of the State of Oregon ' edges,
ing the decade ending with 189# ia water flowing out of >n aperture of this year from five of her principal
All boxes uiust I« made in tie
shown In the report just published- Pne
feet per second; ex- industries says the Oregonian. The best workmanlike msnntr, ai.d
showing is by far the best on record, th« re mud l*e no joints depending
by the Division of Agriculture> of (
The velocity of a stream of ««ter This amount, together with several solely on solder to hold different
ths Twelfth Census. As thia pro
flowing from a ditch, or other millions which will be distributed parts of the I »ox together, but all
gress is attributable largely to irri source is equal to that which a by other indurtries not included joints must lie seamed, curled or
gation the statistics relating there heavy falling body would acquire in these figures, «<11 undoubtedly jivited. Covers, lids, or encas;-
in falling from a heighUequal to result in the most prosjierous year ments must be strongly hinged or
to are of general interest.
pivoted, and extend sufficiently
The number of irrigators in the the distance between the surface of Oregon has ever kn&wn.
the water and the middle of the or-1 Lumber will probably lead the over the opening to protect the
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ing irrigators of rice, was 105,2|8, ifice. This distance is called the list this year, and conservative es- mail within from rain, snow and
an tncreaso in ten years nt 99.9 per head of water. The quantity of timates place the cut e»f the year dust.
oenl. The area irrigated was 7, water issuing from an aperture is for the entire «tate at 1,000,<XX>,000 i The dimensions of free rural de
539.545 acres, an increase of 107 0 ( in proportion to the equate root of feet, valued at approximately 810, i livery boxes «hall lie, if square or
par cent. Of ibis area, 5,944,412 the bead With an aperture one 000.000. Next on the list is a wheat rectangular, not less than 18x6>G
acres were in crops, and 1,395,133 inch in height the head of water ^rop, which, at present prices, will inches ; if cylindrical, not less thru
acres in pasture and unroatured under a four inch pressure would net the growers over $8,000,000 18 inches long and six inches in
Abstracta Furniaheo and Title Gu.rawteed to all Lands io Earnev
The The largest wool clip ever sold in ; diameter, the capacity to be not
crops.' Th« coal of irrigation sgk-l be four and one half inches
terns in opesarioii, exclusive of1 square root of a four and one half the state has practically all reach- less than 488 cubic inches. Ex
those on rioe plantations, was 437, inch head is 2 12 inches and Of a cd market, or at least haa passed perience has shown that boxet
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770,942, while the value of the irri six and one half inch head 2 55 in out’ of the hands of the growers at j opening at the side or top are more
ches Therefore, an opening that better average prices than have convenient than those opening at
gated crops was 883,860.491.
Bought and Hold on Com mi««ton.
Office in Bank Bui id tag
Tbs total length of all the main will allow the escape of 100 inches prevailed for a number of ycar^, ’ the end.
The department will inspect sat«-
ditehrs in the arid and semi-arid of water under a four inch pressure i The clip was something over 2,OOP,
stales and territories was 44,149 will in the same length of time tin- 000 pounds andaiibe prices gen- |de boxes made by different firms,
drr a six inch pressure discharge ■ erallv paid has probably added $3, and those found to comply with
Berni, lawn No 70. K ol F.
The ayersge number of irrigated 120 inches. The work which water ; 000,000 to the wealth of the state. the foregoing requirements will le
Meria or.rr Hiaradav night.
With hops the yield promisee to authoritively stanqied “Approved
acres in farms io arid states and can do is in pro|>ortion loathe quan
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F M Jordaa. C C.
territories was 71; tbs average val tity multiplied by the square of the (' I>e near the record, with praotically by the Postmaster General.” Boxes
H Meth^ahaad, K ol K.«
ue of irrigated land per acre. 842 53; velocity; That ia, the work is in i a certainty of 80,000 bales, which, thus marked will come under tin*
average value of crops pro proportion to the square root of the s tit present prices, will amount to protection of the United Hates,
BURN* CHAPTER. NO. 4«, Il E 8
Meet. ..ro n d «nd fourth Moudav ci
and will b4 safeguarded against de
duced an irrigated land, 814.81; cube of the head. By means of the about $2,500,000.
rach month I in W**ai
Main St —opposite Bank.
struction or injury, as the law pro-
the average first cost of water,
lleven., W M
Mr. M Htri*'
vides a fine of not more thana
87 80; the average annual cost of
'Mm Kunicr Tk<MU|Mon. Ne.-.
known to warrant an estimate of ill, Q°0 and imprisonment not more
mainltuiapcv, 80.38 Of the 5^111,
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tt'RN« lOlMiF. NO. W. A F. A A M. m
965 acres in crops, hav and foiage mately determined; select pome over 82,500,000 as the value of therthan three years for all persons
V L. «vdH,
Jah. W Qoary.
Me ta Saturday on or hef «e full moon.
occupied * 3,665,654, or 64 2 per point where the flo4r of water is a canned frozen and pickled pro-' maliciously tampering with Unit d
Pbyef'^OM <C- Surgeons.
Q'iiliA.-d 'maker« (r«tern.lly in ited,
‘ States mail Imxes or their contents.
cent; cereals, 1,399,709, or 24.5 per bout the Mine for a distance of, sav, duct.
K K< num. W. M
F. it. Bieder,
Each box must be erected by the
'cent; vegetables, 168,432, or 2 9 50 feet. Then make a number ofi While these are the principal
P^UOITicr »1 rosidroca •f'tione 30,
percent; orchard fruits, 251,289, different measurements in the mid industries and the easiest on which roadside, so that the carrier can
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or 4 4 per cent; oilier crops, 226» dle and along the slope of the banks to secure approximately correct easily obtain access to it without
'! eta ai llni.ti hall ev -nr Fndav eve
881,*or 4 percent. The value of of the stream or ditch, to a certr.in figures, there are a large number of dismounting from his vehicle. The
Vi-Hin < hr.eli.-ro fraternally in- Qiouta moot.
I'hoo Savani. W M
ths hay and forage was $34,834.966; depth of the water; add these others which in the aggregate may same l»ox must not be used for
t. W sin»
I'm hr«n , itwtirder
cereals $14.338,326; vegetables measurements together and divide exceed the remarkrble figures ofi more than one family/or theoccu-
A Ite 'ncyi-at - I m w ,
NO 77. I O O F I
89,627,491; orchard fruits, $3,920, by the total number of measure the big five. Fruit last year was' pants of one house. Residents u-
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409; other crops, including sub- ments made to ascertain the aver a pretty close running mate with; long new routes who, after Oct. L,
Visiting brnCh r« (r«temali«- in-' gjB^< Mli<- in H«nk bui Minx
j tropical fruits, grapes, flowers, age depth, then to find the volocity, hops and salmon, and this year, if ■ fail to .comply with these new re
FrsukO I wk «on N «1.
«• • Hwi h.lterr’-;irv
plants, sugar beets, etc., $16,712, place a piece of heavy wood in the complete returns were obtainable, ¡.quirements, will not be served by
stream and as accurately as possi might nrkke a showing fully as rural carriers.
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In Oregon the number of irt ¡ga ble rate the time required for it to favorable as either o? the great I The 14 Myles of boxes approved
Wo»di-r«ft. Mee«« 3n I »nd «ili Tue«-
lat *t liman'«hall Mr« Til'i ■ Iordan. Tk«r«te« William.
tors increased from 3,150 in 1889 pasB over the distance above men staples which have made Oregon by the department March 28. 1931,
Mr«, lone Wliitin.
Multiply the area by the ; famous.
Í will be accepted as coming wi’hia
salary Nubile. to 4,636 iu 1899, or 47.2 per cent« tioned.
I and the Dumber of a**res irrigated main velocity and the product is
Zxtw, A'otari'ii nnd Real til'itt
The livestock industry as a the foregoing regulations when con-
| from 177,944 to 388,310, or 118 2 the »'olume in cubic f<et; divide t wealth producer will j>ro^jd>ly ^tractcd for prior to Oetober 1, but
Burna. Oregon. | per cent. The ditches in operation tne number of cubic* feet by 1.57 'stand very close to the head of the. i after that timethe 14 manufacturers
Sunday School at Harney the fVOfficein old Masonic building
: in 1899 had a length of 2,283 miles, and the result will be the number list, and were accurate figures olí-1 will be required to readjust thtir
first Sunday of each month at 10
i tainablv would astonish people uu-: boxes to meet new condition«.
cost $1.838,782, and irrigated 388, of miner's inches.
o’clock, A. M. On the second,
In all service heretofore estab
' familiar with the magnitude of the
111 acres. There were 199 acres
third and fourth Sunday« of each P M JOBDAX.
and wherein inappropriate,
irrigaU-d from wells. The irriga-
Jorgensen is still to the front j industry. Pigs airl goats will also
month at 3 o’clock P. M.
unsuitable tioxes are in
! led area in cro|«e was 290,256 acres, with low prices. Cali and see his . helpiu piling up these millions of
Practical bind Swreryor
ing service« every second Sunday
for the agriculturalist to
Bara., Orafo«, yielding products valued at $3.062, line of watches, clocks, jewelry. money
at 8 P. M
distribute, and the value of dairy that patrons of raral free deliverv
926. The area irrigated in pasture 1 stationary, etc.
At the Presbyterian church
: products this year cannot be ex- will conform as promptly as possi
g w MILLZB,
I and imtuatured crops was 98,0541
Hurns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
Mens Summer Hats reduced— I pressed without the use of seven ble to the new requirements, if
|)i vme services the third and fourth I JVatary Public and ^aneryancer,
I figures. Oats, barley, rye, flax. they desire a continuance of ruriul
Blown A Sops.
Sund «ys of rnch month at Ila. in.
1 corn and other similar products, free delivery. The department in-
: tian bill to the President, Congress
Morios«*. D««4». Bo-., «or root I y «nodo.
and 7:30 p. tn. Sabbath school at oSlcs al Slaro.
passed a resolution authorizing Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea. while not approaching wheat in ■ tends without undue hasteor harsh-
10 a. hi every Hsbbjth morning.
“About six years ago for th« fir»*t prominence, arc in the aggregate ness, to secure a uniformity among
: the Dirt ctor of the Census to com
Pr< iching service« ut die Baptist I H. V JLP, ’ . M . M. D. pile statistics relating to irrigation time in my life I had a sudden and suflieicntly important to help out the rural routes, and to have the
church every 1st and 2nd Sumi -vs,
for the crop year of 1902 With severe attack of diarrhoea,” says in localities where other collateral boxes substantial and in api ear
Physician nnd Surqnon,
morning and waning. Sumisy
the data now assembled, this work Mrs Alice Miller,of Morgan, Texas; is nfit sq plentiful. Considering anco and befitting the recognition
school every Sunday at 10 a. m.l glWOtfiee at residence
will be comparatively simple, most; “I got temporary relief, but it came the population, it it doubtful if, of the Government and postal ser-
prayer masting every Thursdsy , Burns,
of rt being done by conespondcnce back again and again, and for six there is another state in the Union ; vice,
To secure this information inquir-'long years I have suffered more that can makc.such a remarkable j
ies will soon be sent out to irriga i misery and agony than I can tell I financial showing.
, slight injuria* often disable
Services at Christian Science
1 tore throughout the United States.! I; was worse than death. My bus-
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every
man and cause several days’ loss <»f
Boxes for Rural Mail.
1 The co operation of those interested band spent hundr**ds of dollars for
Sunday at Ila. m. and 8 p. in.
time and when blood poison devel
I in irrigation is earnestly solicited physicians’ prescript)ns a >d treat- i Tin* I'ostoflice Department, after ops, sometimes result in the loss of
Service Wednesday evenings at 8.
for upon their prompt respons will; ment without avail.
Finally wc due investigation by a special board | a hand or limb, Chaniberlnin’a
Everybody ia invited te attend
depend very largely the value of moved to Bosque countv, our pres- has'determined to make several I Pain Balm is an antiseptic lini
changes in its regulations govern- ment When applied to cuts, braises
Do not be deceived by tbtme who ad these statistics. This is in part a ent home, and one day I happened
boxes for rural'free delivery and burns it causes them to heal!
vert in« a 880.00 Hewing Machine for supplementary work, the results ofj to sec an advertisement of Cham-
820.00. Thia kind of a machine eau
The new order is to go into quickly and without maturation.,
which will be utilized in the work berlain’s Colic, Cholera nnd Diar
ba bought from ua or any of our
1. After that time and prevents any danger of blood
dealers from 815*00 to $18.00.
soon to be undertaken by the De rhoea Remedy with a testimonial
st BAM « va alary.
along a newly |N>i»on. For sale by H. M Horton
partment of the Interior under the of a man bad been cured by it The
***■ *••■*• »»WWW av .MM w.. provisions of the irrigation bill.
case was so similar to my own that
¡Burns; Fret! Haines. Harney.
The Feed determines the strength or .
I concluded to try the remedy.
weakneat Of Hewing Machines. ' The*.
The result wan gondcrful. I could erect, at his own cost, a box, in ac-^
Dpatblw Feed combined with other
J. B Stetson Co hats—N, Browa
strong point« makes the New Haase
hardly realize that I wds well again, cordance with the following speci-
IM beat Hewing Machine to buy.
in California is the miner’s inch,; or believe it could be so after hav-1 fieations:
All square or oblong boxes must
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' of water-that ing suffered so long.
— but. that one
y ^anuMtor. «ad pnow.Be^yur.i^u« wjn flow lhrough an OpeBjng of one bottle of medicine, costing but a fe* be of not less than 20 standard gauge
by II. M sheet
Til Ilf -1011 SWIM I1II1M <0. square inch under a pressure of cents, cured me.” P
- iron or steel, and galvanized,
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i*»ur\*[heben above the tup of the Hurtan, Burns; Fred Haines, Har- lheedges of which must be strength
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WUnfhnSq. M. Y,,CX!c«aW>tn.,'Aai»tìta, a«., 1
8ii.l*ouB,iaatl»kM,Ti>a.,RanFmaeiK»,a»i opening. A miners inch is equiv- ney.
ron •a,.y ev