Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, December 06, 1902, Image 2

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the giant Republic of th” north
should make all our sister nations
of the American Continent feel
that whenever they will permit it
we desire to show ourselves disin­
terestedly and effectively their
friend.
I again recommend to the favor­
S WRDAY DECEMBER«» !W.
I able consideration of Congress the
plans of the Smithsonian Institu­ I
RECOMMENDATTOS IN ERES- tion for making the museum under
I DENT." MESSAGE.
its charge worthy of the Nation,
anti
t\»r preserving al the National
Corporations, ami especiatly com­
binations of corporations, should capital not only record.- of the van­
be managed under public regula­ ishing races of men. but of the ani­
mals of this continent, which, like
tion.
It is earnestly hoped that the • he buffalo, will soon become ex­
Si-cretary of Commerce may lx- tinct unless specimens from which
created, with a seat in the e Cabinet. their representatives may bo re
There »bouhl be no bait in the new< I are sought in their native
work of building up the Navy. pr< - regions ami maintained there in
viding every year additional light­ « defy.
ing craft.
Register varre was interviewed
Provision should lx» made to en­
on
bis return Tu< »day by the 11i ms
able the Secretary of W ar to keep
man
regarding the al) gationsof the •
cavalry and artillery horses worn
Oregonian
of fraud in connection
out in long performance ofduty.
with
the
publication
of a list of
1 urgently call your attention to
lands
at
Huntington
for
the pur­
the need of passing a bill providing
pose
of
showing
them
mineral
in
tor a general staff and for the reor­
ganization of the supply depart­ character, but which was with­
ment on tin- lines of tlie bill pro­ drawn lx fore the hearing on special
posed bv the Secretary of War ln.«t instructions from Interior Depart­
ment. He said: ‘ I know nothing
y ear.
of
such a paper as the Headlight.
Alu«ka should have a Delegate
The
records of this ollie»* are
in the Congress. It would be well
straight,
and to the entire satisfac­
if a Congressional committee could
tion
of
the
Department."
visit Alaska and investigate its
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
needs on the ground-
lt would be both unwise and un-
necessay at this time '.<>attempt to
reconstruct our financial svs'em,
which has b-cn the growth ot a
century; but some additional legis­
lation is, I think, desirable.
I commend to the favorable con­
sideration of the C.>ngre»s the Ha­
waiian tire claims, which were the
subject ot careful i::v- stigation ¿lur­
ing t he last session.
I again cal! your attention to the
n<yl of passing a proper immigra­
tion law, covering the points out­
lined in my message to you «t the
first session of the present Congress :
substantially such a bill has al­
ready passed the House.
In mv judgment the tariff on an­
thracite coal should be removed,
and anthracite put actually, where
it now i- nominally, on the free
list. This would have no effect at
nil save in crises; but in crises it
might he of service to the people.
In view ot the capital importance
ofthese matters! tariff-adjustment-)
I commend them to the earnest
consideration of the Congress, and
if the Congress finds difficulty in
<l«aliiig with them from ia«k of
thorough knowledge of th« subject,
I commend that provision l>« made
for a commission of experts special­
ly to investigate and report upon
the c implicated questions involved.
I urge the ailoption <»freeiprn<'it v
with Cuba, not only because it is
eminently for our own interests to
control the Cuban market and by
every means to foster our suprema­
cy in the tropical lands and waters
H aith of us. but also because we 01
Grant County ba.- selected three
delegates who will go to Washing­
ton after the holidays to look after
the welfare of that section in con­
nection with the Forest Reserve.
They will be supplied with plats
showing that part which they hope
to have eliminated. It's now up to
Harney County to move. Would
it not be a good idea to send a
delegate, or delegation, from this
county to look after that part of
the reserve we want ‘ rubbed out
LIFE.
Life is the journey of a day. We
rise in the morning of youth full
of vigor, full of expectations ; we
set forward with spirit and hope,
with gaiety ami with diligence,
ami trai el on a w bile in the straight
mad of piety toward the mansion
of rest. In a short time we remit
our fervor, and endeavor to find
some mitigation of our duty, and
some more easy means of obtaining
tbesameend. We then relax our
vigor and resolve to be terrified no
longer with crimes nt a distance,
but rely upon our own constancy,
ami venture to approach what we
teeolvetl never to touch, We th'is
enter the bowery of (use and re­
pose in the shades of security,
Here th ■’hi art suitens and vigi­
lance subside» : we ar« then willing
to inquire whether another ad .mice
can not, Ic made, and whether we
may not. at least, turn our eves
upon the gardens of pleasure. Ws
uppioach them with scruple and
hesitation: we enter them, but
ent«r timorous ami trembling, ar <1
always hope to pass through them
Many a garrison has been forced to without losing the r>>a«l :•> virtue,
give up tile light anil hang out the white- .
flag of surrender, when lack of food lias • which we, for a while, kept in our
weakened the men past all power to sight, and to which we propose to
continue the struggle.
But temptation suceeedr-
Manv a man i= return
similarly «tarved temptation, and one compliance
out of business.
His digestion is prepare« us for another: we in time
impaired.
Ilis lo«e the happiness of innocence, bv
food does not
nourish turn, and degrees we fi t f ill th« remembrance
for lack of of our original intention, nod quit
I the only adeqna e object ot rational
strength to carry nn
desire. We entangle ourselves in
the struggle he turns
business, surround ourselves with
his store over to all­
ot iler.
luxury,
ai d rove through the laby­
I ir Pierce’s Gohlen
rinths of inconstancy. till the dark­
Medical Discover v
cure» diseases of the
ness of old age begins to invade us.
stomach and other or­
gan» of digestion and
and disease mid nt>xi«tv obstruct
nutrition.
It restores
our wav. Wethenlook back upon
strength to weak, nerv­
ous. run-down men and
our lives with sorrow, with repent­
women.
ance, and wish, but too often vain­
"At* wit ten vears a**o I
Ix-tmu to lie trill,- '.-<1 wH'i
ly wish, that we hud not forsaken
slolilavh troillil. . also ul u
rhea.'* writ"» Mr Wm
the wavs of vitrue.
HftppV are
Walter*, of Antrim
M-.
-In warm weather n ur. «■
they,
who
shall
learn
from
the ex-
w. -r-e. until it would tin -n
me into a cr imping drill
ample
not
to
despair,
but
shall
re-
Wa* irouldeil -loiten that
1
ometimr* thought my
member,
that
though
the
day
is
end had eunie. Tried many
remedies. hut they g:iv
past,
and
their
stiength
is
wasted,
only temporary relief. In
Xovemlier. 1S99. thought I
ther« yet remains one effort to be
wan'd try iJoetor pierce-
1.olden Medical lliacovery
made; that reformation is never
I '<>t -is Pottles and took live in -iv -»-ion t'l-n
tbs rht i W'Hilil wait for a tine and tak< >‘i
hopeless,
that he who implores
on.- it-ft.
Soon found I had .«ymptur ot tii-
tr rttble coming back. *0 took the -i-.th liottl-
strength
and
courage from above
an. l it cured me. I have enjoyed I' ■« '*■-( 01
health this summer and the < rolil all I. 'on­
»hall find dinger mid difliculty
to your ‘Golden Medical Discovery.
I i-j- 1
rtnr -< iny many thank* to Hr. Pierre Ibr hi-
give wuv before him. Go now, to
r mc-dy. Ibr it did so tnnch for me. W ord- • . 1.
not xpre— how *erere'y I buffered.
ihy repose; commit thyself to the
* If any dop'd the above »tatement b-t them
nddr-
inc. and I will take great pleu-urc 1.1
care of Omnipotence; and when
answering •
Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse th
the morning c ills ugmn to toll, be­
bQwvla an 1 stimulate th- «’ng«: th liver.
gin anew thv jnurn«y.— Ex.
STARVED OUT,
EASTERN OREGON W.VTS
SENATOR.
\
Eastern Oregon wants the nam­
ing of the next United States Sen­
ator. And whv no', ’ that por­
tion of tho State cast of the Cas­
cades has never had but one United
State» Senator, the lion .1, H
Sl iter, and while it products two-
third« of the produce shipped
abroad and ha« u little over one-
third the population of the enti/c
slate, it is igi.ortd in tne mutter of’
representation in Congress, so far
being given only one representa­
tive to three from W estern Gregor.
Eastern Oregon's ambition, then,
is a most honorable one. The rap­
id growth of her industries and
rapidly incr'asing population with
the large field open for national
assistance, demands whnt is justly
due it—a representative in the
UpjKT house of Congress.
A united effort on the part of the
repn »entntivi « ami senators Iron:
Eastern Oregon to the state legis­
lature which meets next month,
will bring the desired result Ea-t
cm Oregon wants a senator, and
w by not ?
It has been suggested that the
citv should take step to offer the
neeessi ary stimulus to induce tIn
building of a railroad to this plat < .
In line with the movement it is
farther suggested that our re, .< -
tentative in the state legi-latun
this Winter, introduce a bill grant­
ing the town the right to issue
bonds in the sum of ?I'MiGisi f,.r
building iaiprovements. and th -.
should the occasion require it. we
would In- in a position, without d •
lay, to make a substantial off'-r
It is a fact recognized bv all wh >
ire acquainted with inilroad con
struetion, that something of tl .-
kind will I m * demanded if we ever
secure a railroad, ami i ow is th<
time to be giving the matter your
best thoughts.
The Chicago W. \|y Ii.t» r Ocean
is the only weekly newspaper pub
lished in Chicago in con noct ion
with the great daily papers, It
contains a judiciously s'ltu-ted
summary ot the news ol the nation
and world the best stories, home,
farm, woman's, and other special
departments, and fair, patriotic,
able editorials, written from a Re­
publican view|»oint. It is by far
the best general newspaper ot the
Western States. The regular price
fui the Weekly Inter (h e in is $1.00
and for the Harm v \ alley Items
•fl 50, but subscriptions will be re­
ceived at this otlice for the two
papers m combi.uitioii for one y< ar
for only $ 1.5o.
For a bilious a'trek take Cham­
berlain's Stomach mid Liver Tab­
lets and a quick cure is certain
For sale by II. M. Horton. Hurns;
Fieri II.lilies, Harney.
THE HOME GOLD CUKE
\n Ingénions Treatment bv which
Drunkards are Being Cured Daily
in .•'¡lite ul Them-elves.
■| has been
Tho Kind Y. hi lLm’ Ahvnv lbiught. nini wIridi
in tt-e to:- over 30 year», Ims
I... borne tlio slgnntni* nf
timi li.m l»ce;i h I umler Ids fM-r-
sona! superi l»i i th« ' ita iiilinicy. •
Allot/ no o io h di celit you In this.
All ( ouiHcifelt«, lmltatiom ami ••.Hi«t-a -• ;<■<• I” tn'«' »«"t
Exi.crii muta Him tritio with mid eiHlum:<r I he heidtli ol
lutimi .:n<l Children- I'.xp« ch iin ngaiii't l.xpeiUncut»
What is CASTORIA
Co tori;'- :< u linrmle..« stib»tliir-’ f- r C.v tor ibi, r.iro-
gorlc. Drupa miri Soothlu.r Dirupi«. lt i t,lca»unl. IL
COUtull ■ ... liti -r <>| !u- -,
V'.cplno.
:. I
uUi«t* \»l«'l»<li'
stlli-liiiicc. It« ligi' 1« Ita gunnilitce. Il «ti sti’oy « »t orili’'
miri utili-, . • icrlsliae ». Il » ni«' ■ IUarrlueii nini Whui
Colie. It relieve* iVetlring Troiibli- . olir« "» <'oii»tli> " "»n
ami ITatuIcne.v. Il te- iinilat « tl»e C. m il, ripulal' . tlm
btoin x-li .uni itali il», giving I;«-;.Itili litui ni, timi sleop.
T )>»• < iiihli n**» INinaei a TT"' Mutlier’ I r i'iut.
cEKutNs CASTORIA ■ VAY3
N j Noxion« l>e»cs. Ne Weakening of
tile Nerve*. \ l'!e:i»:int ami Posi-
live < ure lor 'he Liquor Habit.
I* is now gem rally known and
'iiblersti <'d that Drunkcncss isatl'
s<-a»e ami not weakness A body fill
In Uae For Over 30 Years.
cd w ith | oi.M n. a 1 d tn r\ escom pletc
•
ÉCMC,»iv,
1«MWX*»
ly shattered bv iieriodical or con­
stant use of intoxicating liquors, re
qtiir s tin antidote capable of neu-
tralizinr ami eradicating this poison
and th stroving the craving for in-
t<>xi.-wills. Sufferer- may now cure
themselves ut home without pub­
licity or lo-s of lime from business
' by this wonderful ’ HOME GOLD
CI'RE wl.it-h bus Iwctt [« rficted
after many wars of dose sttplv and
I
treatment of inebriatr The faithful
v-<- ii.-i i.rdii g ’o directions of this
woi-derf’ul discovery is pnsitivili
guaranteed t1» cure the most <>l»t- •
At tiie recent irrigation conven­ nnte case, no matter how hard n
tion in Portland, a committee was drinker Oar records show the mar
appointed to look up statistics re­ 1 velous transformation oftbous-in<Is
gaoling favorable localities fer of Drunkard» into sob-t ind i»tri-
government irrigation works, the ous nod upright m> r.
same to be forwarded to the De
WIVES < URE YOUR HUS
L V.'OLDENBERG, SR., I'riq rietor.
pirtment of Interior
Malheur BANDS'!
CHILDREN Cl'Rr
County is at work gathering data: YOUR FATHERS!!'! his remedy i
Th< services of a brewer of long years experience ha« I ceti ar-
Other counties are doing the H'ine. in no sense a nostrum but is a ape
cured ami the product of this Brewery is of tho lest grade in the
and isn't it about time Harney cilic for this disease only, mid is so
Inland lGmpi.e.
I’tuee a trial order and yon will not be disap­
County, the place of all places for . sk idftilly devised and prepared that
pointed.
g »vernment work, was doing some­ » it is thoionghlv -olutde and plets BURNS,
OREG N
thing.
tut to the taste, so that it can be
given in a cup often or coffee with­
Thi re wiil Is- two vacancies front out the knowledge of the person
Oregon at the Annapolis Naval taking it. Thousands of Drunkard»
The bar is supplied with nono
A -adeu-y during the coming school have cured themselves with this
l>'it the very best brami« of
year, due to the failure of ail nomi­ pricelt <s remedy,and as many mor«-
\Viuc». Liquors ami Cnrboinitt d
nees of Senator Simon to piss tin have i><en cuted and made tetn|>er-
recentexamina'ion held in Wash­ ate men bv I living tho “('I RE” ad­
drink«, and tb< Ulioietst Cigars.
ington. and the fact that Senator ministered by- loving friends and
Your patronage solicited.
Mitchell did not nominate. Sena­ relatives without their knowledge
Courteous treatment t<. all.
tor Simon's successor and Senator in coffee or tea. and believe today
Mitchell will lx requested to make that they discontinued drinking of
Corner north of postofliep.
nominations after the 5th of Maron •.heir own free will, lx i NOT WAIT.
LEE CALDWELL
to fill these places. The next, ex­ ! Do not be deluded by apparent and
Proprietor.
amination will be hel<l in April.
t misleading •'improvement" Drive
out th<- disease at once and for all
Governor Geer has granted a time. The HOME GOLD Cl'ftE’ iH
pardon in favor of Ezra Durand, sold nt the extremely low price of
who has been serving a 12-year One Dollar, thus placing within
sentence in the penitentiary for reach «>feverybody n tr-:itment more
forgery. Du'and was tl.e organizer effectual than others costing i 25 to
and manager of the Durand Organ $50. Full directions accompany
One Cent
Company, in Portland, and at the each package, ^|>eeial advice by
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beginning of the fiard times forged skilled physicians when
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He has to anv part of the world on receipt
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tine.
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adelphia.
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bis life to trie kindness of a neigh­
Send money and order to The ITEMS.
bor. lie Wus almost hopt-l- ~-]y af­
flicted with diarrhoea; was attend­
ed bv two physicians tvho gate t.im
little, if any, relief, when a neigh­
bor learning of bis serious condi­
tion, brought him a bottle of Cham­
OINTMENTS
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Di ir-
ami suppositories will . ot,
rboea Remedy, which cured him in
positively caiim.t —(Li more
less than twenty-four hours, For
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ihnu relieve you.
sale by II. M Horton, Burns: Ered
any
invention will promptly rec. ive our opinion free concerning the patent­
It inquires u'i internal
Haines, Harney.
ability
of same. “How to obtain a patentn sent upon request. Patent*
ri
medy
to
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the
cau
se
v
iiti<l «fleet a permanent cure.
sectired through ;i ■ advertised for sale at our expense.
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