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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. JANUARY ¡O. ¡903.
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THE IDAHO WAY OF IT
at the junction of the Willamette
Women as Well as Men
and Columbia Rivers, the -12nd eity
Are Made Miserable by
of the Union with n jobbing busi
ness of $135.0(10,000 n year, bank-
■ ing power <»f $25,000.000, mercantile That Stute Ahead oí Oregon in
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
capital of $50,000,000 and foreign
courages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor
A Brief statement of Its Pur- commerce of >H 2,000,000.
and choer* jlnes3 soon
poses by llenry E. Heed.
disappear when the kid
nndi lark.it will lie remembered
neys are out ot order
faced starvation many a time and
“ or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
but for the dog*. Iierrica ami roots
become so prevalent
’ that it is not ur.comr >on
A writer in the Edinburg Re obtuirod from the Indiana, must
for a chill to be oern
surely have perished. In the very she has outstripped us in the race
J afflicted •. 1th weak kid
view in 1843 described Oregon as route that thej- followed are to be
for national irrigation works under
neys. If the child urln-
Hardware of ivory Description.
the last corner on earth left free for found today some of the world's
a:ee too often, if the
the reci1 nt act of congress, says the urine scalds the fR-.h or if, ’..hen the child
the occupation of a civilized race. greatest grain fields, orchards, fish
reaches an ago when it should be able to
‘•When Oregon shall be colonized,” eries ar.d cattle ranges The city; Baker City Democrat. On-gon Las cantroi the passage, it is yet .afflicted with
a state irrigation association, of bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
he declared, “the mat» of the woild of Portland, near which (.'lark in
the difficul y u kidney trouble, and the first
may l>e considered as filled up." 1806, was compelled to bluff a few which 30 Baker county men are step should be towards the treatment of
these important organ-.. Thi: unplcs ant
This was written at the time the roots from the Indians shipped in members, and Baker county has tro’ible is due to a diseased condition cf the
an association of its own, yet Idaho kidneys and bladder ar.d not to a habit as
boundary question was j»endingbc the ten years ended June 30, 1901.
most people suppose.
tween the United Statesand Great over 81,500.000 bushels of wheat' has done the practical thing to at Women aa - sil as men arc made mis
tract the attention of the govern erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
Britain, terminating June 15, 18-JG and 5,300,000 barrels of wheat
ment department in charge of th«’ and both need the same groat remedy.
in the addition of the territory be flour.
In Oregon, Washingtoi
The mild and the immediate effc t of
irrigation works under the new law. Swamp-Root is soon realised. It is sold
tween the 12nd and the 49th par and Idaho where the skilled hunt- ;
While in Boise, the capital of Ida by druggists, in fifty-
allels and West of the Rocky ers of Lewis and Clark 1O0 years
and one dollar «g
ho, the other day, Attorney O. L. cent
sices. You may have a E
Mount ins to our national domain. ago cotlid not find meat enough to
Miller was given a practical illus sample bottle by mail
F. H RIEDER.
Fifty one years hefoic i'antain keep the shadow of famine away'
free, also pamphlet teli- n™> swam».wore
of the Idaho method.
ing all about it. including many of the
Gray ha«l discover'd the Columbia fiom their tents, then* are today
people of the state, all of thousands cf testimonial letters received
River and 38 years before Lewis over 10.000.000 domestic cattle.
sufi«-ers cured, in writing Dr. Kilmer
whom are interested in the reclam from
tc Co.. Bi..ghamton, N. Y., be sure and
and (dark had completed their ex The purpose of the Exposition
ation of its arid lands, quickly mention this paper.
pedition across the continent by will be to advertise the resources
agreed upon a plan of operations.
j making camp on the shores of the und possibilities of the Pacific
I u<-or|M>ru‘<’«l. )
The surveyor-general waa author-' arc ^.ing prospectwi There is no
Northwest with the view to¡encour-
ized to draw the maps and prepare J^ubt
____X about their being genu it.*
The one hundredth anniversary ■ aging settlers and investors to come
Abstract* Furnished and Title Guaranteed to all Lands in Larney
I the data covering the arid lands of diamonds, as Tiffany of New York
of the arrival of the Lewis and here from the East and Middle
the state, both public and private, sent experts to examine the find.
Clark party in Oregon will be com West to make homes and cstublieh
coming within th" requirements of! The result was that he purchased
memorated tn 1905 by an exposition ■ new industries. In a word, the
the government laws and rules and j • several claims and is now develop
which will be representative of j Northwest itself will l>c on exhibi
to present the same to the United ing them. While most of the
American, European and Oriental tion with all its matchless scenerv
Office iti Bunk Building
Bought and Sold nil Commission.
¡States engineers without favor to st«ines are too small to l»e of any
life, customs and industry
Prep ’ and its products of farm, forest,
any special locality in the state, value, one was found worth $300,
aration* for this event arc now nc- factory and (Dines, . The Expo-
and so fully and completely as to and several ragging from $25 to $75.
lively under way. A company with)sition will not be local or »estioual
avoid the necessity of anv further ¡There is also an abuinlauce cf
$500.000 capital has been incorpor- j in any sense.
presentation of the subject and ¡sapphires, but they, too, are 0«
PROFESSIONAL cards .
' ated at Portland, the site has been
Low railroad rates will be in ef
eliminating all controversy between small to l»e of any value. The
selected near the very |»oint on the fect between the Ea6t and the West
Bins« I xiim »«' No. 70, K oí I*
’¡public and private interests. In stouts are found in a very cld un
WillamelUi reuched by t'aptai« Ì ir» 1905, which will insure large
•rrrv rhuraday night.
other words, thesu-veyor gencral of dulated volcanicash, the 'urination
J U. McMCLLKN.
Clark in April 1800, and the various and representative attendance, j
I M lor.lan, C C
Idaho presented to the federal offi , being, it is said, exactly like that
, K of It. 8.
State Legislatures and Congress Specially low rates will prevail in
cers in charge of the irrigation at Kimberly. The Tiffasv people
will be asked to make appropria the Northwest to enable the visit-,
works a complete proposition in are sinking shafts, expecting to en
BURNS CHAPTER. KO. 411, O. E. H
tions. Our Lewis and Clark exjio- : ors to go to other towns and sec
Meets* second und fourth Monduv of
cluding all the arid lands in the counter a strata where the gems are
eition will be national in scope and tions of interest. All who wish to
cacti month in Masonic hill, Voegtly
state which can be irrigated under larger, ami are quite confident they
Mr« M iituie lx*veus, W M. fjV*Main St—opposite Bank.
visit any place in Oregon, for the
the rules of the department. The will be successful. Several years
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Hoc.
Nothing that ha* oecured since purpose of looking up land, or in
' propositions were so clean and per ago the celebrated geologist. Prof.
tho discovery of gold in California vestigating locations for industrial
B0RNH I.OlHiF, NO. !I7, A.F. à A M
fect that the government has order Clayton, made the statement that
Ml MUDEN A OE.lllY
will so attract attention to the Pa plants—no mutter whether it be in
Meet« Hsturilay on or iH-forw full moon.
ed its engineers to investigate und diamonds would l«e found in that
cific West and its wonderful capa I the remotest section of the state—
Qiislificd l«r<al«ers fraternally invited
W L. UiOMtrn.
John W Geary,
section, and his prophecy stems on
i E. K« nyoii. W. M.
F. 8. Rieder
bilities for home building and in will have the privilage of settlers’
Physician* iC Surgeon».
It is true that the capital of the the point of being verified. The
dustry as the Lewis and Clark Ex or investors’ rates. 3 here will thus
State of Idaho is located in the arid field is located about 4’> mil is
BERNS UHKiK, NO. i*3. A. O. U. W.
position of 1905. The East, now be opportunities to see the Upper
UJ^POHice at residence. ’Phone 20.
and not in a country where southeast of Burns, on Crxne creek.
Meets at Brown hall everv Friday eve
well filled up with jieoplc, and lack and Lower Columbia River. North
Visitins brothers fraternally in-
even the dogs bark when the sun •
ing the cheap land that in genera western Oreg in, Tillamook; the
v*ted. Thus. Sageni, W. M. Ctiae. N.
shines for two days. It is believed,
New itimary BilL
past was its chief inducement Willamette Valiev, Southwestern
QtGUS A lUGtiS.
however that our state irrigation
to the homeseeker, now appreciates Oregon. Southern Oregon, and all
association realizes the importance
HARNEY UHHJK, NO. 77, I. O. O F.
Governor Geer is preparing a <bi-
J. W. Illiig«.
the West and realizes its value to of the State East of the Cascade
Meets every Satnrd.V evening. Brown’s
this matter and if properly in rect piimarv law hill which he says
hall. Visiting Itrotlu-rs fraternally in
an expanding country. The great Mountains. This will be one of the
Alt orne ys-af-Late,
formed will do whatever is necessary will do awav with the county and
Frank O. Jackson, N. Ci.
task that the West had to overcome, most important features of the
C. G. Rtni li, Secretary
in the premises. The trouble is state conventions and lessen tl»e
the prejudice against it. was due to Exposition, for the excursions of
P“Ofllce in Bank building.
that the time is short and it seems cost of general elections very muck
TU» E CIRCLE. NO !<W, WOMEN OF
the fact that for forty years follow the Eastern visitors to those parts
to devolve upon Baker county to and do away with the wire-pulling
Woodcraft. Meet« 2nd and 4th Tues
ing the purchase of Louisiana the of Oregon which greatly need de
day at Brown’s hall. Mrs. Tillis Jordan,
pave the wav fur state action. which has heretofore been a factor
Mrs. Ione Wliitins
y^llXtAMH A FITZGERALD
land was not needed for settlement velopment will certainly result in
There must be united action, us in in the primaries.
and the people of the Unite«! States large increase in population
the case of Idaho, and a clear deck,
Under this law, the governor say*
were at a loss to know what to d«i through settlement and investment
' Altornay-al luiw,
or the interior department will pass the people at the polls on primary
with the new possession. Between of enormous sums of money in the
us up like a white chip in a poker. day will nominate the candidates
Laic, Notarial and Real Extate ; ISO? und 1853. purchase, explora State.
Sunday School at Harney the
themselves And not scxd delegate*
tion and war added 2.138.488 square
The appropriation to be made by
first Sunday of each month at 10 I I
political conventions, as at pres-
miles to our national extent, over the Legislature for the Exposition
o’clock, A M. On the second, !
Carey law also needs modification ent. Every eaniL'date, from con-
21 times us large an art a as Great will be expended under the direc
third ami fourth Sundays of each
Office in Masonic building
at the hands of the state legislature , gressman to cohstable, can be nom
Britain by the treaty of 1783 de tion of A State Commission which
month nt 3 o'clock P. M. Preach-!
and now is the time to do it. The inated in this way, as the whole of
clared to bo “free, sovereign and will be required to submit a full re
ing services every second Sunday
legislature meets in a few davs ar.d
votes must t«‘ counted befure
R. D. Burrow, M- D. I independent States.” All this vast port of its doing to the Legislature •i bill should be prepared and sub the
at 8 P. M.
«ieeisior. i« reaehoc’. At the
■ territory is west of the Mississippi which will meet öfter the close of
mitted at once. Committees have county primaries the county judge,
At tho Presbyterian church
Physician and Surgeon.
' River and the day when it began the exposition. No part of the |
been appointed to attend to this, sheriff, representative, etc., may b-
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
i to be needed for settlement is with money will no expended in any
but some one should see that the chosen, the votes of eaeh precinct
Divin«* services the third and fourth ¿MF^Otlico at Burns Hotel. Rooms.
in the memory ot men yet in the other way.
committees do their dutv. Presi to l»e counted and taltulatcd at th«
Sundays of each month at 11 a. tn.. 1 and 2. Calls answered any hour i prime of life.
dent A. II. Devers, of Portland, COiMity
..... .. same lu>ards <»t
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at • day or night..
The Oregon Country, which the
Oregonian and Items, $2.00
should look after his lieutenants « lection will do for both primar.j
HI a. m. every Sabbath morning.' Burns.
1 expedition of Lewis and Clark as
The principal change required ir. ami general election, these boards
Preaching services at the Baptist 1
sured to American sovereignty,
the law is a provision that will pre to be appointed by the countr
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays, p M. JollDAN.
cam prises ail of the present stat«'*
vent the lands from going into the eourt. as art present.
morning and evening. Sunday
of Oregon, Washington and Idaho,
hands of others than bona tide
If Oregon adepts this law site
school every Sunday at 10 a. tn.
Practical ¡.and Surreynr.
I the Western part of Montana and
Is'the first state to <U so. al
prayer meeting every Thurndav
»urn«,Oregon, the Southwestern partof Wyomipg.
there are several other
It had in 1850 an area of 307,000
Field of Iiiaiiuuiit«.
states com pitted to the policy.
square miles and a population of
Services at Christian Science
and snppositorit s will not.
G. T. Kelley, the famous Green The voice of the people ran tnuk«
less than 11,000. It now has 1,500,-
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every
" mii . lf . i :.
positively cannr;t--do more
horn prospector, is in the city, says itself heard in this ws v better thiiv.
¡000 people with room for 15,000,000
than relieve you.
Sunday at Ila. in. und 8 p. m.
the Portland Journal. A short in any other, and fcavdsand bribery
It requires an internal
Service Wednesday evenings at 8.1 Notary Public and Conveyancer, more, and an aggregate wealth, all
remedy to remove t he cause
time ago he was in Harney county, will be reduced to a iniuiuiiim.
classes of property included, of np-
Everybody is invited to attend Mortgages. I>oc4>. Etc., correctly mude.
und efloct a permanent cure.
ami brought back some of the dia
Office at Store.
Hums, Oregon. proximately $2,000,000,000.
Ask votir druggist for Dr.
mond rock found there last ram
two great cities, Portland and Se-
Perrin’s Booklet on thesub-
mer. A piece the size of tin egg
Lost—n gold watch chain and
TO tl KK v < OI.I» ix oxi: i » ay
For Infants and Children.
hundreds of d amonds, •
charm. Finder will bo rewarded I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
The Kind Yoa Have Always Bosgltf
bv returning same to this office.
I Tablets. All druggists refund the
only large enough to sparkle. The
This paper und The Chicago money if it fails to cure. E. W.
field is quite large and numbers of
near Portland in 1806 a few miser
Weekly Inter Ocean $1.50 for one I Grove’s signature is on each box. I
chum* have been staked out and|
able Indian huts. Today there is
year. •’Special deal”
E. 0. T. G. CO.