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The Oldest and Most
dateli shed m the
Greatest Valley of Eastern Oregon.
The Best Aavertisi ng ,
vol . ie.
BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1902.
Bl..To ear V«ar.
ail Moalk« JS Crnte.
victims were sneepoien. Part of
Davis’ duties are understood to
have been the keeping sheep off
VakeaUhy KtJncyi Make impart Blood.
At the time of the murder Davis Harney Lake Nunter to Capture
linker Chamber of Commerce is
All the bland in ystw body poses through
was a refugee from justice, having
Petitioned In Matter.
your kijney-. once r-rrr y three minutes.
Thn kidneys are year
•hot another siuMptnan iri Novem
blood purifier.-.. they fil
ber before. He was finally found
ter cut ¡he waste or
impurities in the blood.
in.ja.il at Yuma, Arizona, and was
If they are sick or out
A Baker City correspondent to put on trial in April, 1897. He! R. Bolon, Ontario’s taxidermist,
ci order, they fall to d>
the Oregoiiiau of the 19th says:
was c«>nvioted of murder in the haajust arranged with a hunter on
"N U. Carpentet, cashier of the first degree and sentenced to death. Harney I Ake for the capture of all
matiom come from ex
First National Bank of Burns, and He was sentenced twice after that, j the black ibis that may put in their
cess cf uric acid in the
Hardtaart of Enory Daaoription.
blood, due to neglected
' fl. C lAvens, of Harney County, End in July, 1901, the board com appearance there iu the spring. kidney trouble.
I and about 20 other prominent citi muted his sentence to life imprison There »» r.o other place in the
Kkhicy trouble causes quick or unsteady
BL R MB,
; beats, and makes one foel as though
zens of the county, have written a ment. The case went through the United Stale« where this bird is bear
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
letter to the president and mem state courts nnd up to the Supreme found, and if Mr. Bolon succeeds over-working iu pumping thick, kidney-
puiioned bloicd through veins and arteries.
bers of the Chamber of Commerce Court of th« United State».
in getting 20 ibis during the com
It used to be considered lhat only urinary
asking aid in their efforts to per-
were to be traced to the kidneys,
Its most remarkable feature was ing season ho will be more than troubles
bat now modern science proves that nearly
'Huade the owners of the Sumpter brought forwartl nfter all resources satisfied. The ibis makes its ap-1 all caiisut'jtionai diseases have their begir.-
Valley Railroad to extend their of the law had been exhausted.' penrance on the chain of hikes in I ni-.ig in l.idney trouble
yon are sick you can make no mistake
road from Whitney to Burns. They Then it was alleged that the two Eastern Oregon about March 1 and by If first
doctoring your kldueyx The mild
1 slate, among other thing», that the
and the extraerdinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer’.»
men hsd been killed by J. E Bow remains three months. No nest Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
wool ..lip of Harney County to over ers and Jeff Gray in self-defense has ever been found here in Oregon, soon realized. It stands the highest for its
12.000.000 pounds They have 20, John c Parks, Governor elect of I or elsewhere in the United States. wondeifui cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
<)U0 head of cattle in th . country, xevB(ki 1Iiaje n statement to the ■ The birds are grown when hutxan by all drttggfc-ts in lifty-
3000 horse«, 2000 mules, all of bo.rd that Bowers told him about eyes are first laid upon them. cent and one-dollar siz
You isurz have a
which must find a ready rood to it
j a week after the killing. Mr.! Tney uro supposed to go south es.
sample bottle by mail non» nt
market In addition to the freight Spark» furn'ihed the money for about June 1, but are never seen free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
ojt if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
inducement they state that» there the defense, and is said to have ex- ■ in the Southern states. The ibis Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
are 300,000 acres of arid land that pended g 100,000 in the fight. He of Eastern Oregon is a sort of T l C o ., Singhamion. tl. Y.
| can be easily irrigated’ It is by
was present throughout every hear- ; cousin to the ibis that was aaored ■
if i»r«»rjx»ra*r<t. j
Gr tho largest single irrigation ing of the case.
by the ancient Eg yptians.
New Army Uniforw.
Abstracts Furnished and Title Guaranteed to all Lands in Harney
tlemen urge that the Sumpter Val
from his Eastern brethern for tkc| The great range ofithe modern
F. J Keiscl.of Ogden, Utah, is
black ibis, and has taken time by!
which enables a sddier to kill
iev road beextended from Whitney
maturing plana through which 100
the forelock in this instance, where-1 his adversary with gnat accuracy
a cash bonus
German familiesaie to be located by he hopes to be able Vo supply'»t a distance of several miles, if he
I to assist in building the proposed
on his large ranch at Arcadia.
f3re- jcan distinguish him from the sur-
the article. «. John __________
»he «-h»mber unani
Bought and Sold on Coiu<ui««ion.
Office in Bank Building
Arcadia is seven miles south of
tnouely indorsed the proposition,
num of the largest cattle ranch in i rounding landscape, has ie<l ton
Ontario, on the boulevard, and in
and urged lhat all * ho are inter
Oregon, chanced to mention in curious revei sal of military desires
a fertile part of the «alley. Mr
eeled in the growth and prosperity
flew York the other day that in the matter of dress. Instead of
Keiacl has one of Eastern Oregon's
of Baker City to join in the move
Eastern Oregon had the ibis, and devising things to-wear which will
b>r>t ranches, and if his present
before he »«t, out of »he city the make the soldier frightful and awe
ment to press the exlention of the
pls ns of colonization U kJ
taxidermists had besieged his hotel inspiring to his enemv, the whole
fie aim tatoue No. 70, K of P.
Arcadia will soon bean interesting
with calls for Mr Gilchrist, until military world is looking for<doth-
Mee's ewrv rhurmiav night.
community. He has suggested to
WANTS STATE TO PAY BILL.
the employees came to the con i ing which will make its wearers as
F M Jordán. C C.
Malheur county that her bad-luck
| inconspicuous as possible.
H M.tlherehrsd , K ol K. H.
I name be changed to "Arcadia,” clusion that he was selling some
kind of wild animal, while the re 1 A board of officers of the United
fll'KNs CKtPTEft NO. 4». O EH
Shot W hile Pnrsainr Tracey.
and that all county-seat fights be
mark was incidental to other mat j States army has selected au oliwe-
.Meets worn! and fourth Moutlay of
subdued bv a compromise i i the
ters and was entirely foreign to drab for service uniforms.
each month in Maaonir hill, Voegtlv
building Mr« M iggi* Leven», W M
Main St —opposite Bank
the gentleman’s business.—Grant1
Mm Eunice Tliomptun. Sec.
Wash., was in Salem today says the new county seat. A ruinor is
tions, the least visible color at con
the Oregonian of the 20th. Morris current in tho country here that
siderable distanoes, and which,
Ht’RNH I <»DGF. NO S7, A. F. <* A M. M AKSIIXN A GEARY
an who was accidentally I Mr. Keisel is backing the Vale
The old K. S. D. store building after long-continued trials, the
M<- I« aitanti««' on or before full moon. 1
shot by members of another posse raiiroau and that Arcadia is to
the corner of Main street and quartermaster's department has
Quditii-d ’irotlier« n«t«-rn*lly invited,
W L. Marvl.n.
John W. Geary.
durii g the seurch last Summer in have the connecting station with
< E K' 'I
F. K. Rieder,
avenue has been torn down succeeded in making a fast color
Pl>y»vian» «L Surge one.
the vicinity of Vancouver for the the Short Line, instead of this
‘ and will b? removed to Arcadia.' for woolen material to «ueet the re
Barna, Oregon escaped Oregon convicts, Tracey prize going to Nyssa One survey
HURNN LODGE. NO. »3. A. O. V. W. 1
This building was i moved from i quireuients of cold climates, as well
and Merrill The mem1ere of the intersects ai the Arcadia depot.— i Weiser to Ontario over eighteen as for tlie cotton khaki ti*-<d in the
Meets at Hoisn hall «v-rv Friday eve- ¿•^Office tl re«idenc« ’Phone 2n.
Viwting brothers fraternally in- I
pose»- which shot Morris were Lou Oniario dispatch to Baker City years ago. and was first occupied tropics This will be worn in place
vfted. TI km Hagers, W. M. Chas. N. !
Wagoner, a Deputy Sheriff" of Muit Democrat.
< ovliran , Recorder
by T. T. Danileon and Seth II. of llie khaki of th* present color,
Qiaos a Btous.
nomah County; W-Iter L»oi s, pn-'
Oliver as a store building, being ' *nJ‘t w'll be available for both hot
Il IKNF.Y LODGE, NO.77, I. O O F. I
vate secretary to Governor Geer,! It is understood that an effort the first general mercantile store ; »nd cold climates», tho materia! be-
J. W Birr*.
M—.t. h ,-ry Sat'irdav evening. Brown’s |
J. L Skipton, present Deputy will be made to change the date in Ontario. The firm afterward ' inK varied to •i,it lhe climah'-
Visiting liruther« Internally In- i
A Morar ys-a t-La w,
Frank O. Jackson, N. G.
Sheriff. While in the city Morris of Oregon’s state election from the! merged into the Riesel. Skilling A ! Tb« traditional blue uniform bill
c. G. Miniilt, Secretary.
urutra. obmon . ¡called on Messrs. Lyons and Skip first Monday in June to the first i
Danilson company and later be-1 **» retained ae both dress ami UO-
in Rank building
ton, whose assistance he solicited Tuesday after the first Monday ini came the Oregon Forwarding Co.. ’dress uniform for both officers •n*
TCI E CIRCLE. NO IH5. WOMEN OF
in the effort he will make to have: November, at the coming session,
Woodcraft. Meet« 2nd and 4th Tnoa*
one of the largeet mercantile firms •Iuen-
dut ut Brown's hall. Mm. Tillie .Ionian,
the State of Oregon refund to him of the state legislature. There!
in Oregon—Ontario Democrat.
Mm. lone Whiting,
y^n.i.iAua a F itzgerald
some¿800, the amount of money would seem to be no reason why i
he was obliged to pay out for bos this should not be done.
"I have been troubled with my
A question has arisen among
Notary Cubile, pital and medical bills as a con
for the past four y<«r*.'
sequence of the accid* ntal shooting, i He who loves and runs away can , lawyers as to whether or not the ¡save D. L. Beach, of Clover Nook
Law, Notarial and Real Etlalt
Sunday School at Harney the
Mr Morris has decided to file figure in a br ach of promise suit j offiee of state land agent exists. Farm, Greenfield, Mass
The new Bellinger and Cotton code
first Sunday of each month at 10
¡the bill against the stale in the, seme day.
days ago I was induct'd to buy a
i says it does not.—Times Mountain-
Burns, Oregon. I usual form, covering the amount of
o'clock, A M. On the second,
box of Chamberlain’s Stomach and
A Remarkable Record.
jeer. Bellinger and Cotton may be
third and fourth Sundays of each ¿■^Office in Masonic building
his hospital and medical expenses.
Chambei Iain's Cough Remedy wrong, though there are very few Liver Tablets. I have taken part
month at 3 o'clock P. M. Preach-
If the olaiui ie not allowed Morris
has a remarkable record. It has people in the state but wluit hope j of them and feel a great deal better.”
ing services every second Sunday
and his friends will present the
If you have any trouble with your
R. D. Burrow, M- D. matter to the State Legislature in ] ! been in use for over thirty years, they arc correct. It would have j ■ stomach
at S P. M.
try a box of these Tablets.
during which time many million been greatly to Oregon’s reputation
' the hope of securing some financial |
At the Presbyterian church
to be pleased with
Physician and Surpson.
battles have been sold and used. It and financial interests if her law
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
the result. Price 25 cents. For
'has long been the standard and makers had years ago discovered
isal9 by H. M. Horton. Burns: Fr<-ti
Divine services the third and fourth £*“()ffice at Burns Hotel. Rooms,
main reliance in the trtatmeut of that a state laad agent was an un-
Sund iys of each month at 11a. tn. 1 and 2. Calle answered any hour end of famous murder case
v>on cr0Up In thousands of homes, yet ' necessary evil.—Dufur Dispatch. I Haines, Ilarney.
mid 7:30 p. tn. Sabbath school at day or night.
during all this time no case has
Ore if on "Diamond Held
10 a. m. every Sabbath morning. Burns.
Jack” Davis Is Par-1
, . , ,,
Oregonian and lióme,
u.k • s . bovernvr.
the manufact- . Hon. M. A. Moody has pressed a
doued by Idaho
i ever been reported
Preaching services at the Baptist
i urers tn which it failed to effect a lot of land sharks to the wall in
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
Boise, Idaho, Dec 17.—Bv the cure. When given as soon us the the house, which saved an exchange
morning and evening. Sunday • •
voles of Governor Hunt and Secre- j child becomes hoarse or even as i of over 1,500,000 acres of 1-cent
school every Sunday at 10 a. tn.,
Practical Lami Surreyor.
tarv of State Bassett, "Diamond! soon as the croupy cough appears, ' per acre Indian reservation lands
prayer meeting every Thursday
It is clown in New Mexico and Arizona
Bara*. Ortfoi, Field Jack” Davis was pnrdonrd it will prevent the attack.
at noon today. Attorney-General
■for an equal amount of valuable
Services at Christian Science
Marlin voted against the pardon. 1 like it. It contains no opium or land in Oregon and Washington in
! g. W. MILLER.
and suppositories will cat, '
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every
Thia ends one of the most remark other harmful substance and may the interest of a land grant rail
|>oeitivelv can not--do more
Sunday at Ila. in. and 8 p. in.
able criminal cases that has ever
road. Mr. Mood’s record in the
than relieve you.
Notary Publie and Conveyancer,
Service Wednesday evenings at 8.
been known in the Northwest. It as to an adult. For sale by H. M. bouse entitles him to a seat iu the
It require» an internal
remedy to remove the cause
Everybody is invited to attend I X»rt|IMc.«. Ml. Bic., eorreetly ma.le
I has been dragging along in one Horten, Burns; Fred Haines, Har senate.—Moro Observer.
and effect a permanent cure. ■
O«tee at Stere.
«(rm, OnfMk stage or another for nearly seven ney.
Ark vour druggist for Dr.
The little three year old girl of
Perrin's Booklet on thesub
Davis was an employe of the
Mr. and Mrs Ad Gilliam fell from
TO COMB A COCO IN ONB BAT
Taka Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tor Infanta and Children.
and was working for it in Cassia
and cut an ugly ga«h in her head,
Tablets. All druggists refund th«
Physician and Surqaon.
m 01 necessitating several stitches by
money if it fails to cure. E. W.
John C, Wilson and Daniel C.Cum
Dr. Hoople to close up the wound.
Office at residence.
Grove's signature ie on each boa.
FOR RAILROAD TO BURNS
AFTER BLACK IBIS
E. 0. T. G. CO.
BU t A cure