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PubhsWsd in the
Greatest Valley of Eastern Oregon.
rhe Oldest and Most
I j|*|. Ij.
The Best Advertising
BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. JANUARY 3. I 9 q 3.
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Hi« >1 oil H im 7.'» <<*•»!» .
STRUCK a SNAG
irrigation; the remaining fifteen
DO YOU GET UP
million acres constitnte ■» stock
rat ge, of ideal proportions and un
WITH A LAME BACK 7
paralleled for cattle raising.
It i- a region of valley, plain and Hr C'ntiie! lie Nnw! He Con Kidney TraoMe Makes You HUcraNe.
Fore»« Hesrrv«* ftetnr<ls the 8. \
Almoct everybody who reads the news-
peak; of fertile lowlunds and tim rfiiered?—lion. .1 N. Wllliniu-
ICmlroud Extent Ion,
papera b »ere to Know of the wonderful
son’s A Init a l-'arce.
bered hill:-.; of lakes and rivers; of
cures made by Dr.
winding valleys and arid plains; of
I the great kidney, liver
high plateaus, and of the gently
[£ sad bladder remedy.
Restriction* of the recently pro rolling tut !e lauds. Hill and plain,
- It is the great med!-
We un«)er;tand th«* honorable J
■**. cut triumph of the ninc-
claimed Blue Mountain forest re lake an<l river, consjiire to make
»t ctuh century;
! serve ure being List fo >nd out; u. the region ofmarvelous pose ibil ¡ties, X Willi»mson, coi'gr“>‘-iiian-(1leet
, I covered after years it
from Oregon's second district, cam»*
j scientific rosearch ly
lother word« all that is neemssary of absolutely incaleuable worth.
Hardmaro of Every Description.
Dr. Kilmer, the emi-
to Canyon City on Monday last for
to find out juM what the fores? n
" n:nt kidney and blad-
From 35 to 5G bush«ls of wheat
c .r specialia, and is
«erve means is to attempt to do per acre from 35 to GO bushels of tin- purpose of personally int«-r-
v-occerfully tticcescful in promptly curing
something in the way that has oats and barley per acre; thr<-e
farw back, l-.idncy. bladder, uric acid trou
been customary and then l»e jack crop» of alfalfa per acre per year, proposed Bln«» Mountain forest re bles and Bright’s Disease, which Is the wcrot
of kidney trouble.
serve, and if the honorable gentle form
ed up with a round turn
Dr. Kihi r‘s Swamp-Root li not r:e-
each crop averaging two tons |>er
The latest instance of this kind acre—these are some of the valley man was here we are not advise«! or.wncndedfor everything but if you have kid
ney, liver cr bladder trouble It will be fou- -i
that ha» been brought to the no viehls indicative of the soil's won that lie made any s|»ecial effort to just then me-'yy o.i need. I; has been tested
obtain the viewB of the business in co many ways, in hospital work, in private
i tice of th«-Democrat is that which derful fertility.
pi . Ik :, among l!:C heiplecs too pocr to pur
men of our city, says the Grant chase
••fleets the interests of the Sumpter
relief and ha3 proved so successful tu
Scores of lakes dot the atil
County Ni-.vs. We are reliably in every case that a special arrangement his
Valley Railway company
plains and their marges areliterally
b.-en made by which all readers of this paper
Officials of that company have va»t deposits of Lora x. worth tl<>0 formed that when he came to town who have not already tried it, may Lave a
bottle : nt free by mail, also a bock
just received notificatioii that the per ton 1 hew deposits are of in he went at «nice to u local news-: compile
filing more ;.bout Swamp-Rod and iiow to
uppli<ati<ui tu tile preliminary sur exhaustible extent, yet are worth paper oflice and there remained for t .rxi out iiy on iiave kidney or bladder trouble.
several Lours, ami from there be When writingmctillon reading thia generous
•t Fl I ZGEIt ALI».
vey luttps for the ■ xtension of the le»s without transportation.
in thia paper and
went to one other office ami remain offer
first twenty mile section fiom
send your address to
Copjs.-r and gold ledges seam the
Dr. Kilmer t Co.,Dir.g-
Whiti ey La« been rejected bv t|n- frt qnent <le.ached toountaiu chains. ed until he left town; ami many of hontum,
II. Y. This
I'cm-rai land ollie».
regular fifty cent and
The I’ueblo mines, on th»- southern
knew nolhing of his presence iu ■,'ollar sisas arc sold by all good druggist«.
This action on the part of the state line, are already famous.
mi«ist until he had gone.
' commissioner nf the general littid
Twenty un 1 u half millions of
I u<*«>r|M»ru'<*<(. /
Il is a known fact that we have this. He don’t know vet which
office puts u stop lo the proposed acres of an inland empire awaiting
way to jump, but he is trying to
eonsti uction of the 8 V By from the magic touch of the railway among us a few ¡»orsons who are
Abstract- Furnished and Title Gu irimtecd to a!» Lands in Esrnry
out.—Baker City Detuoeuit.
Wlni’iev south into the John I 'n. surveyor's chain tobe transf lrtued actively opposing the creation of
valley und Harney county ns CHI from a terra incognita into a region this reserve from purely personal
tluj coming year « nd of such richness as would shame motives and not from a real desire
to promote the welfare of our roun- Sutupter People Deleloping Milting-
will defer « Xtmtion of the roud in he dreams <>f an opium eater.
ty and its business interests. Some
Bought ami Sold on <’<iiutui«»ion.
Office in Bank Building
Since the dawn of lime this do
The only way o| en to the cum main ha« laid under the low hung of th«--«* persons will lo«c u profita I
p»ny tn d^r present cot'ditions if »tar a I the azure aich of i lue skv ble line of land business with the I Sumpter Miner: C. Vi. Canfield,
tbe load is to be extemied ;» to ti iv< that Is-ipis u wonderous arch over «•n ation of tlm reserve, while others an ohi resident of Sumpter, but
a sp»-i iui uel pnssed by coi gn ss thesesu)> tropics lands Ever since see a possible chance to view the who has been absent lor the pu«t
granting »hceompMuy nghl-of wsCy? railroids have entered the new I wO!»»)e*.« of «ho c'ty of Wash:ngt«>n. fourteen months, is now i i the city
tijMin the moneys which they have ■ conferring with his associates pre
In this the company ini^ht ori west,
Ki «ois I iUMie No 70. K <•( P
soliciting from the people of paratory to taking a trip east.
might not i»e successful.
At any i has been a field for vague drjams.
Mee*« en-rv rhurMÌa« nijrt.t.
For the past year or more. Mr.
rate it would occasion considerable ! Th»- powerful inlluencc» that have
F M I or drill, <* C
has been developing a
S iloiti>-r-li<'rid , K of it. H.
time and expense uik I on this ac . in the past been brought to bear
i mint ih> c<>iiii»any may postpone i by the millionaire stockmen of the creation of the proposed forest re I group of gold copper claims in tbe
H'itN« CH .PIER S o . mi , o ES
any attempt to carry out the ex I region to prevent any* tort of in- serve is a very serious «piestion for Fueblu mountains, in Harney
M ••••«» «econ t and fourth Monday of
tension for years to come, greatly va-ion of the territory which they : the people «f Grant County: we county. Associated with liitu in
•■urli ni .fitti i'i Mason*»- trill, Voegtly
Ur« d iggie Iu*iena, W M fJÌ^Miiili St — Opposi'«- Bank
! to the deiiimeiit not oi ly of the claim as their own. explains tn a realize th it different conditions the enterprise are T. W. Davidson.
Mr« Eunice Th<»aip«on. Se«;,
rai.roud company tmtofthecountry measure the reason it has never pri vail here than do in any other Dick Neill and Tom Dunphy.
The character of their <*re is
into which the road was to he t x- been chosen as a goal for some touuty in our state, and we knjw
Hl BNS l.itlsiF, NO U7. A F. .< \ M IŸI AKSPKX a GEARY
that tbe department of our govern
Meet« Saturday on ur before full moon,
gie.it branch of transcontinental
ment whit h has these mutters with gold valu< s. Fine specimens of
(plllltl'-d hCiXlier« fr.itern.illy i«oll»»'l
W L Marwl.ti.
John w Geary,
railway The most coherent ex-
I E Kenyon. W. M.
F. n» Rieder
in itsjurisuietion knows of these native copper have b«?n found on
THE ! SLA SII EMPIRE.
Pby*i ians <C* Surgeon».
planation however, is the fact that
conditions, ami Lave expressed a their ground.
heretofore it has been terra incog-
Bui nn. Oregon
All the gentlemen interested in
HERNS LODGE, NO. «3, A. O. U. W. '
The Raker City Herald Grows Eh nita. an unknown land, about willingness to give our people a
mining pronosition ar»» «-old
Meet» ut Brown.hall every Friday eve jfWr’Of!i< e at residence. ’Piioiir 20.
qnent Over Its Great Resources.
which even government surveyor-
ning Vinitinu limtliiT« fraternally in-
blooded when it comes to giving
viu»»l. Tlio». Sagers, W. M. Cha». N. !
knew but little.
t oulirane, Recorder
hearing upon any protest properly any real publicity to their plans «/
gm«.s A moos.
The Baker City Herald of Dec
That it seme day will Le the the
lhey propose to first
fib-«! with the department.
20th gives, the following in regard atre of a groat race for railway oc
H ARNEY LOIRE*', NO. 77, I. «>. O F.
It is a known fact that Mr. Wil
J. W. Ilice«.
to the interior country und its need cupation is ns certain as mundane
Meet» every Suturd*v evening, B own’s
then the public may
liamson is jiersonally a strong ati-
I of railroad connection.
Visiting broth -r» fraternally in-
affairs can well be.”
Frank <1 JackOM, N.fi.
voeate of the forest reserve, any
III UNK. OKKGOX.
In purl the Herald says:
C. G. Stni li, Secretary
In the Spring of 1901, when tbe i statements ly* may make to the
Think of it! A territory 2' ’> times
in Rank building.
contrary notwithstanding, and if ket.
Till E CIRCLE. NO KIA. WOMEN OF
the size of Rlnxle Island, 12 ti es Oregon exhibits were being ship
Woiidcraft. Meet« 2nd and Jth To««-
he was an honest man. making an
Jefferson Review: A man who
larger than Di-lcware. eight times I ped to the Pan-American Exposi
dut ut Brown*» liait. Mr». TiIlia Jordan,
.Mr», lone Whiting
been taking this paper tor four
as big us Connecticut, six times.
he sttiely would bavo gone among vears without paving for it, failed
larger than Massachusetts, almost
the people while here a*id have to get the last copy and notified its
twice the zize of Vermont and New consisting of a marvelously large
Hampshire combined, larger than slick of Oregon fir. halted as Ka heard the opinions of as many us thaf“if it occurred again be would
Lan', Notarial and Real Ertale
|H*ss>ble from those who have beet» stop the infernal rag.” That’s nerve.
New Ydrk, ami tqual in an i to mela for an hour or two. A loco
Sunday School at Harney the
taking an active interest from pur«
the entire state of Ohio—this vast motive fireman who was admiring
first Sunday of each mouth at 10
Don't believe all the lice that
territory without a single line of the huge piece of timber at Kamela motives ami from an ardent desire
o’clock, A. M. On the second,
to promote the public welfare of you hear in these times.
¡railway and 175 miles remote from carved bis name mid addr ss with
third nisi fourth Sundays of each fW“<)IIicc in Masonic building
our county instead of conniving] ful man must lie discriminating.
month at 3 o’clock
former received a letter from a with schemers, whose only interest
The citv council of Milton pro
ing services every second Sunday'
in th«' mutter can be said to be of poses to tux all dances held iu
at 8 P. ,M.
I It is an empire—a region rich in
th«' denomination of the most per that place.
all the varied resaurccs which have writer had been impressed with the
At the Presbyterian church
Physician and Surgeon.
made the west famsus—mining, size of the timber and also his
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor. •
The News has always Oppose'tl
For a bilious attack take Vhiua-
name, and thought she would write
Divine services the third and fourth r4F~<Mlico a* Burnt« Hotel. Room*. | agriculture, horticulture, stock
creation of th • propose«! forest ■ berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
Sundays of each month at 11a. in.
About it little is known. The> A correspondence follow»«!, a money reserve ujkjii the lines indicated in. lets and a quick cun is certain
and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath school at day or night.
Oregon I stockmen of the southeastern Orc- < order traveled to Buffalo. a young the temporary order withdrawing For sale by II. M. Horton. Burns;
10 a. tu. every S.ibbath morning Burns. - •
I gon have built a Chinese wall a- ami winsome lady shortly arrived these lauds from settlement and I Fred Haines, Harney.
Preaching services at the Baptist ,
round it—a wall of retiticenco re tit Kamela, and <i wedding cere- «ill still coutin ic to oppose it. but
while opposing it we will not stand
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays, p M JORDAN'.
garding its richness, a wall of sc nt uiony ended the romance.
bv anti see the people of our town
morning and evening. Sunday
welcome to chance visitors, a wall
ami of Grant county hoodwinkeil
school every Sunday at 10 a. tn.’
Practical Land Surveyor.
ofobsolutc antagonism to settlers.' WAGONS! WAGONS
prayer meeting every Thursday
We will sell von a Mitehell, ami led as sheep to the slaughter
Their herds arc f*n it thousand
hills. Their cuttle graze on mil Rushford or Webber Farm Bed by either a congressman or any of
<11 NT RENTS
our local people without register
Services at Christian Science
lions of acres to which they have Wagon ;
ing a protest.
3] Steel Skein
Hull, corner cast of the Bank, every.
I no shadow or title. Their fences
positively can not-'do luorr
Several nioiitiis before he takes A th in relieve you.
Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8 p.m..
enclose lands as fertile us «he tabled
It requires an internal
Service Wednesday evenings at 8.! Notary Public and Conveyancer, i vallev of the Nile, and tiie-o lands
his sent in the hulls of congress as
remedy to remove the cause
Semi your orders to us, O. C. Co. a member of the national legisla
Everybody is invited to attend Mortgage», Deed«, Etc., correctly nude.
belong to God uud thol’nited States
and efleet a permanent cure.
«»fl'icc nt Store.
Kura», Oregon. government.
ture, the tribulations of J. Newton
Seventy and a half
Ask your druggist for I<r.
WilliaiiiHon of Crook county began,
million acres enclosed within the
Perrin’s Book lei on the sub
lie has already found himself on I
area of Ibis inland empire. Two
TO Cl IlK % <’OLI» IN ONK BAY
Tuk«. Laxative Bronin Quinine
VOLP, A. M , M. D
popularly *up|>os«d to exist be
vation: flftee.t per cent is suscepti-
Tablets. All druggists refund the
Physician and Surgeon,
tween the devil und the deep blue
money if it fails to cure. E. \V.
s» a The prop«)Be<l Blue Mountain
condition; an additional ten per
Grove’s signature is on each lxtx.1 fWOtlice at residence,
cent is no«Rthlc of cult ¡ration by
forest reserve i« the chiirh of alj
A FRUITLESS MISSION
E. 0. T. G. CO.
The Kind You Have Always Bought