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BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1902.
Hix Mouth* 75 Cent«.
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UP DESCHUTES VALLEY
ttallroad Survey to
be possible to produce a photograph
with every color showing, resembl
ing for all the world a paint* I
picture. A photograph of a bunch
of Howers by his method will show
the roses red, the violets their real
color and the buttercups their
golden-yellow tinge. If the plan
is practicable and inexpensive, the
whole photographic world will t,e
Prof. Leckenby's discovery was
mule while working in his labora
tory a few days ago.
put his idea into practice and dem
onstrated its fea»iuility. As near
as can be ascertained the new
method is the name in the old sys
tem of photography up till the act
of making the print
used is a C raerner isoehromatie,
such as are in use every day The
difference lies in the emulsion on
the sensitive paper. The slight
differences in the shades on the
negative plate are just enough to
act tn different ways on the paper
during printing arid produce the
several colors, and after the toning
and fixing operations, which are
also probably unlike those in pres
ent use, the picture comes out re
splendent in colors instead of all
the same slate or sepia tone.
TO BEGIN IN 1903
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Unric Ham on
kiUoey Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers 13 sura to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
j j the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
The Government is to commence ' V'V.V,
I I ( , Al
• ' - It is the ¿1
cal triumph cf
c the nine-
work in Oregon next Spring under 1 i M’t p
lr: I . covered
after yer.rs cf
the general irrigation law. says a
i scientific research ly
Washington correspondent to the
j Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
Oregonian. This determination
der specialist. and Is
has been reached after the depart wonderfully successful In promptly curing
tame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
ment had gone over the proceed bles and Bright's Disease, which is the woret
ings of the recent irrigation conven form cf kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec-
tion in Portland, and been con cr.imcndcd for everything but it you have kid
vinced of the earnest desire of the ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
Jost the r;. .ic.’y you need. I. has been tested
people for Government aid in the in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
reclamation of the semiarid por practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
ctiace relief and has proved so successful in
tions of Eastern Oregon. The char every case that a special arrangement has
acter of the work and tho localities beet, made by which all readers of this paper
1 wh o have not already tried it. may have a
where it will be undertaken will cample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
not be decided upon until the com t riling more about Swamp-Root and ho-./ to
had out if y->u have kidney orbladdertrouble.
mittee designated by the conven When writing mention reading this generous
tion reports on the several feasible offer in thi3 paper and
send your address to
projects in the state, and designates Dr. Kilmeric Co.,Bing-
those tiir whieh there is the gri at- liamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and iLw ot su-amn-Pnc*.
est deinat.d from the- people. The totter sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Landa—boon to Choose Hite.
The board of directors of the
Railroad Company ve«tcr<lay ap
proved the maps of the last section
Hardwara of Every Description.
<>f the extenwion from Shaniko to
i Bend, a distance of a trifle more
; than 97 miles, says the Oregonian
of Nov. 29th. These ma pH will
now go to the United States Land
Office al i lie Dalles for filing, in
order that the company may have
right of way across Governarent
land. It is notable, however, that
tho Houth'-rmost 27 miles of the
route will cross very little Govern
ment Lmd. Prospects of irrigation
in that country, together with the
F. N ttIKBEK.
BIGGS & BIGOM
I promise of the railroad, has I imi I
the effect of putting most of the
Government lurid into private
Everything is now ready for the
preference of the majority is to be
of this project and for
respected in this work a« far a? its and recoved fiom hie disgust.
construction, President Lytle ex-
‘I don’t hitch tip with royalty,
peels to have all arrangements
Abstracts Furnished ami Title Guaranteed to all Lands in Harney
Arthur P. Davis, who represent
the Mayor smiled. A
ed the Hydrographic Service ot the
crewH on the liue early in the
of 22 years had snubbed
To Exploit Borax Field.
Governili nt at the convention,
has transmitted a report to Hydro- one of the most noted figures <»f
• and tho curvature is not groat.
A sample of crude borax from a grapher Newel., but. aside from a the Nation—a man who once ha<l
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Oflice in Bank Building.
’•'or most of the distance the iine deposit about ton miles i-ouau-. | brief letter, he depends upon the ■ Is • n Senator of the Unit'd States.
de« s not vary |>erccptib’y from lately discovered in Eastern Ore full reports of the convention. Mr. ! then Attornev-General of the I nit-
__ dead level. From Shaniko it bears gon. has been sent to Woodard <k Davis comments favorably upon led States, and now Mavopoftla-
southeasterly to Trout Creek, from Clarke of Portland for testing hv the enthusiasm displayed by the City of Portland. The Mayor onlv
which point the main line climbs W.C. Cowgill and Professor A. II. jw-ople, and upon the manner in smiled. The frosts of nearly .Mt
the divide between Hay Creek and V illia, of Baker City. Professor which they avoided
persona! i years were upon his head. The
Brawn IxitnjK No. 70, K of P.
wrangles which had been threat snub could not be an insult to a
man of his dignity and attainments.
Merlu «very rimriulav muht.
Plains nt <1 going through the Hay i who discovered the deposit. The ened.
J It. UrMI'I.LRN,
F M Jordan. ('. C.
The crossing of deposit appi ars to be very rich in
Mr. Ubarle« H. Fitch, also of the U’af< il not
that the repre-
S M >ther«h«-s<l , K of It. R.
the Crookek River i« a dozen mile« many places being almost pun- Ilydrographi.- Service, who accom «cniative of a mongrel nation,
below Prineville. From that point Imrnx, as it crop« out oftho ground panied Mr. Davis, has made a re which brceils Siamese twins, had
HUKNM CHAPTER NO. <9, O. E. H.
to Bend there is little curvature or Most of the borax mi use now is port in person to Mr. Newell, along turned down a man wlso has Le< h
Meets oeeon'i and fourth Moudav of
grndc in the lino.
•■»di month in Masonic hill, Vuegtlv
distilled from lake waters and the lines of the Davis report a leader of the mightiest Nation «n
Main Pt —opposite Bank.
Mr« M <ggi>- Levans, W M. t-
marshes, a rather expensive process, Neither gentleman makes any ref earth? Tiiis is why tho May«e
Mrs Eunice Thompson, Sec.
Bern! Central Oregon will belong and the price is higher than usual, erence to any of the numeri' us pro stuiled. This is why Prince
to Portland's trade field. If it can about $l'»0 a ton owing to the fact ject.« i’na.t were mentioned in Ore Vajiravudb preferred to feed him
BURNS I.ODGF. NO. »7, A. F. «t A M. |U| AKSPF.N A «¡I AHY
lie constructed t<> Betid next year, that all the borax producing field.«! gon. and will express m> opinion self rather than to receive the
Meets Saturday on or before full inrxtn.
(pishtied brothers fraternally invited,
as it is now hoped to do, it will in the United States are controlled; on their merits until the irrigation courtesies of the City of Portland.
W L. Mar »dm.
John W Geary.
< E. Kmyon, \V. M. F. K. Rieder,
The Mayor had notified His
¡•eat the Nevada, California «V Ore by a trust, and the ndditioual fact committee'« report is submitted.
Physicians <£ Surgeons.
that lie would exli to pre
Tho present plan, as roughly out
P.I KNH LODGE, NO. 03, A. O. f. W.
of tin- citv at 1 W
lined. is for the Geological Survey
Meets st Brown hail every Friday eve U^^OIlice st residence. ’Phono 20.
on the niMiutv
factures than ever before, in the to send into Eastern Oregon sur
ning. Visiting brothers fraternally in-
x-ted. Tho«. Sagers, W. M. Chas. N.
may gel there first and California face of a constantly increasing de veying parties, which will thorough he was at the depot, where the
< ’uvlirans, Recorder.
trade will dominate half of Oregon. mand. P. J. Tormey, of San Fran ly examine the most popular site, royal train was resting. He was
Qiaos a lirons.
cisco, who controls the drug busi- and probably two or three others, accompanied by C. F. Beebe, eh air
If IKNEV LODGE, NO. 77, I. O <» F.
J. W. Bici;«.
PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLORS.
every SatnnUv evening, iLown's
j ness of the Pacific Coast, and L. C with a view to formulating plans man of the entertainment commit
hall. Visiting l.n,there fraternally in
Clarke, of Woodaid. Clarke A Co., for the construction of storage res tee of the Chamber of Commerce,
Frank O. Jackson, K.G.
The Ding Sought Secret Just Diseov- of Portland, have undertaken to ■
III RNS. OB EG ON.
visitors were invited on board
<». Biniti,, Secretary.
ervoirs. and accompanying canal
eren by Prof, «.eckenby of Union.
exploit this new field. The deposit systems, and to make estimates of the first ear by II. Y. Darnell, in
Z*Office in Bank building.
Tl'l E ( tltt'I.E. Nt» lit». WOMEN OF
appears likely to prova a richer the cost of such works, as well as charge of the ear. This gentleniuu
Woodcraft. Meets 2nd and Jtli Toes-
Union Republican: Prof A. B.
than a gold mine, and will add showing the amount of land each was an American, and his nativité
duv at Brown's hall. Mrs. Tilli « Jordan,
Lechenby, of Union, who has charge
Mrs. tone Whiting.
W” IIAUS A FITZGERALT»
accounts for bis courtesy, Did the
very largely to the wealth of Ore will reclaim.
of the State Ex|xriment Station
As long ns the people of the state visitors wish to see the Prince?
here, is proving himself to bo a
Cltttrclt AiiMouncrinc'it «.
are disposed to allow the Pilot Well, that young worthy In-got of
soiarjr rulillc. lender in profound scientific re
There will he two vacancies from Butte Development Company to Cunlolongkorn I. begot of Maha
Lau-, Notariat and Real Eotate
Sunday School at Ilaruey the
Oregon at the Annapolis Naval
Mongkut, was at dinner. Bnt their
He lias made a number of im Academy during the coming school proceed under its contract with the
first Sunday of ca^h month nt 10
presence would be announced to
portant discoveries in the past few year, due to the failure of all nomi state, provided the state selection
o’clock, A. M. On the second,
His Highness. Would they few
years in the field of agrostology, in nees of Senator Simon to pass the is approved, the Government has
third and fourth Sundays of each
until the Prince would re-
which he is an exper , and now he recent examination held in Wash no desire to undertake a reclama
month at 3 o'clock I’. M. Preach- i ¿W“0ffiee in Masonic building
Indeed they would,
is about ready to give to the world ington, and the fact thnt Senator tion project in the Deschutes Val
ing s«jrvicos every second Sunday
of the most important discov Mitchell did not nominate. Sena iev, which would materially inter
at 8 P. M.
Chowfa Maha Vajiravudb, etc.,
R. D. Burrow, M. D. ; one
eries ever made in tho field of pho tor Simon’s successor ami Senator ior'' with the proposed development
At the Presbyterian church
however, no better in manners
Physician and Surgeon.
tography. By his new method he Mitchell will be requested to make under the Carey act.
Burna, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
his name sounded, or rathor
The Government has more de
Divine services the third and fourth ^ff^Otlice ut Burns Hotel. Rooms, !is able to produce a f.hotograpic nominations after the .'th of March tailed information regarding the looked in print.. The young scion
Bundays of each month at lla. in. 1 and 2. (’alls answered any hour likeness of any object, with all the to Illi these places. The next ex Deschutes N alley than any other of royalty whose barbarism was
natural colors of ttint object stand amination will be held in April.
and 7:30 p ni. Sabbath school ut day or night.
section of Eastern Oregon, but data only gilded with eiriJization. de
ing out on the print, a feat that has
ID a. ui.wirv Sabbath morning. | Burns.
such as are needed will Be gather sired more to “feed his face” than
held the attention of chemists and
Governor Geer has granted a
to respond to the courtesy of the
Preaching services at the Baptist
other experimenters in that branch pardon in favor of Ezra Durand, ed elsewhere by the field parties city. He went on stuffing himself
church every lai and 2nd Sundays,
¡of scientific research over since who has been serving a 12-year next Spring and Summer.
"Carry to the gentleman.” said
morning and evening. Sunday p M. JORDAN,
Daguerre made his first reproduc sentence in the penitentiary for
w hen enough food had dropped
echo'll every Sunday at 10 a. m.j
tion and Niepce discovered the first forgery, Du~and was the organizer
to allow hie tongue a little
prayer meeting every Thursday
and manager of the Durand Organ Affront of His Royal Exclusiveness i play, “carry to the gentleman m v
Photographs have always been Company, in Portland, and at the
—Discourtesy of a Prince.
regrets, and say thnt I eannet see
Services at Christian Science
untrue as regards color. The vio-, beginning of the hard times forged
Hall, corner eastof the Bank, every g w. MILLER,
“Tell the Mayor I cannot see
Inland purple shades show oil the Home notes in un effort to save his
This Message was borne back to
Sunday at lla. m. and 8 p. m.
finished print us though they were company from failure.
lit“ has ■ him.”
callers bva flunkey who look
Service Wednesday sbeninge at 8.
This is the way His Higness
white, the yellows and reds as de served less than six years of his
Notary Public anti Conveyancer,
ed very much like the I’rinoe. The
Everybody ia invited to attend Mortgay««, nerd», Etc , correctly made.
turned down Mayor Williams yes
It has been the time.
tlunkey appeared <o the rejairtor
terday. says the Sunday Oregonian.
Office nt tftore.
on the outside of the car window
The royal mandate came from a
possible, some .-orv of a plate that
to be of mongrel, untilterrxl mixture
Prince who some
TO CIRE A COLD IM ONE DAV
Continued on Fourth nage.
day will reign over the land of the
For Infauts anti Children.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine H. VOLP, A. M , M. D. as they art sent off from an object,
in all tho beauty of their natural
Tablets. All druggists refund the
Physictan and Surqeon,
“There’s no love lost between us,”
money if it fails to cure. E. W.
remarked the Mayor, blandly, after This «ignstura ta on »very bo« of ta> feauins
Grove's signature is on each box. £W*0t!iee nt residence.
hchu l escaped from the royal lim- Laxative Bromo*Quinine Tablets
his method he is confident it will
‘ha r-wrriy that errrrw •» fold In mw da/
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