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\l< li M«'C| m .
During the year ending June 30.
|!H)’J, there were I I.9S3 persons ap
pointed to positions in tho U S.
Classified Civil -'erviee, which mis
•l,t>92 more than ever before up
pointed in a single year. If you
wish information about positions
<>f this kind you can obtain it free
by writing tor the Civil Service
announcement of the Columbian
Correspond' tic«* College, Y, ashing*
ton 1». <’. The Civil Si rvice Com
mission will hold examinations to
secure young men and nomen for
the.««* pine«- during March and
April, at Prndlet m and Portland.
Prom 3,Obi app«*intments during
the first year of Mr McKinley’s
administration tlmv have increased
to nearly five times that number.
President Roosevelt is a firm be-
in th«; merit system, and as long n*
he is president tin -e appointment
will continue to increase.
The reclamation of ari l America,
A special meeting of the Harney
through government construction
County Livestock Association was
of irrigation works w ill furnish for
held nt th«* court house last Satur-
years to come an ctlectivc outlet
«lay afternoon to pass upon a ic.«o-
for the industrious surplus j optila-
' lution regarding tho forest reserie
tion of the congest«*«! East, The
and to discuss th«* a«! visibility <f
*» \n RIMY JANUARY bl I"".:
irrigation sections of the West
sending a representative to Wash
present almost ideal rural condi
The tendency is. ti here
TO HASTEN SI RYEY.
The president ami vice president
water i« use«! for farming, to sub
both being absent. W. B Johnson
divid«* kind into small individual
was made temporary ehairn>at>,
Representative M« hh 1 v ha« ee-
holdings which gives to u commu-
■ A\c(.’ .’table l’lepamtionl'i As
and in the absence of the regular
ctri-d from the Director of the
i siniih’tutfi ik’FbAlandltetfuki
ditv n prosperity and stability not
secretary Archie McGowan was ap
(<»*oiogieal Survey the draft of a
1 l'r;;lh'S(ougidt. iuat IU jvv I s ol' .
found in larger farm! ig districts,
pointed to the position. After the
bill providing for the co-operation
nor in cities. This is not a new
approval of the minutes of the pre-
of the State of Oregon in topograph-
idea. But while this is being «lone,
vims meeting, the committee on
i ■ surveys to l>e made in this state
! Promotes Di^iion.Chccrfitl 4
the | h epic of the entire United
, 1 • . .« ...
resolutions submitted their report
1 v the general government, copies
ne -il. - IKiét
Slates will l-e.-om«"* so e«lucate«l on
which was accepted. Dr. Marsden
of which he is sending to members
Oi um.Meiplune norMuuu tl
irrigation matters ami irrigation
N ot N ah cotut .
chairman «»f the «Minmittee read a
of the Legislature known to be in
metho,Is that th«re will be a grad
copy of the resolutions, which aft« r
terested in irrigating and mineral
ual sp.’va<!ing eastwaul of tin- irri
some discussmn and minor altera
gation id«*a, which wiil ewntuallv
tion«. were voted to be ri turned to
He ha« bi'en assured of an exten
.fft fASMS •
result in tin* subdivision of gr»'at
sion of the to|>ographic work from
th« committee for completion with
«séu** »C rtí •
numbers of large eastern am! leath
copies to be sent to l«K*al papers
the Sumpter triangle north through
ern farms ami plantations which
und th«* < >r< gonian for publication
I'nion and Wallowa count!«*« along
Cr^rrí.^ .K.’¿ >-
is th«* only « ■. ,;ly m*w«papcr ¡»tib-
are now farme.1 without thought of
M Fit -Gerald read am) cominenhd
«he lines of triangulation mad«*
of artificial wat« r supplì*, into
A'vrivd K ’itti'dv I'nri'c.T lij-.i
upon a copy of a letter written by with the great daily paper«
tills summer ami also an vx’etision
smaller irrigate«! firms, Never a
II« '..Sour Stvtikw'i.Diat.h «.i
Hon. Ringer Hermann asking for
of the triangulation through south I
contains a judiciously « ■l«*ct<*»l
Wurms,( « nvi il a : « ■>. F ? w r t :.h
season go« » by even in the best
reasons why th«* citizens of this summary <•! the i <- wh of tin- nutinn
ern Grant into Harner «“«»unty.
ness oik ! L oss « F S leï : p .
water« <1 districts <*f the rain I oil
county were opposed to a reserve. iii.d world, the i »-t slotie«. home,
i >w ing to the fact that mo«t Slates
that there is not son»«* jwriod of
Bv motion the association voted farm, woman's. an«l other special
through lils-ral appropriations, ar<*
plant gr««w tn wh«-re the judicious
their thanks to Messrs FitzGerahi
<>o-o|w*rating with the Government
department», ami fair, patriotic,
application of wat«r would very
ami Farrc for their efforts in I «* abl«: «•«Iitorials. written from a Re
in this work and bearing half the
greatlv inereas« th«- vi« LI. an«l in
half of the association against the publican vi< wpoii.t. It i« by far
«•i [s*nse. the natural t«*n«lency is to
some years «loubh* and treble it
threatening danger of the propose«! the lotst general n<-w»pn|»er ot the
Cirtail work in states where no co-
It tak< « only a year of < xe«*«sive
«•peratioti is oflere«!. As these geo-
Western St itc«. The regular pri«*«*
«Irouglit among eastern farm* rs to
EXACT CC.'-Y C* V/HAPSCR.
A motion was made and carried foi th«* \Y< i-klv Inter «• iti is i 1,00
) «gieal surveys are necessary lietorc
get them Hiking about irrigation,
that tin* chan appoint aeominitt«* ntnl for tl,«* Harney \'all«-y It« tn«
the Government can definitely lo
but little com» s of it for the reason
of thi«*e to solicit the county court $1
cate the irrigation reservoir ot cer-
but »itl.«-«*r ptioii.- w ill be ie-
that thev ar»* entirely unfamiliar
and the citizens of Harm v county ceivtsl at lh.» « tli«*»- f.«r the tv.«>
tiin sections. Mr M»*«>lv is anxious
with irrigation tnethods ami have
to raise means to semi a d«*J«*gaU* pajH-rs ir. combi.mt,on f. r one year
t • have his state in a position to
no i«lea h«*w to go alH»ut the prac
r-c-ive the benefits of the irrigation
to Washington to lay otu can*»
for on'v i 1. •
tice of siipplimenting th«- natural
l»efore Congress. On tlm commit-
set with the least ¡»ossible ¿elay.
t«-e wa« nppn*-int«-'l M. FitzGerald.
The irrigation then of the 1«>(»
Mr. D I’ Diiugherty, well known
There is one instance in which million aer*-» of w« stern plains and I. S. Geer ami N. I . Carpent-r throughout Mercer hi ,«! Summer
i. few new comers fail in «Milling to valicv««. while it will create innu A motion was also ma»lc, ami car- counties, W. Ya., most likclv oi««*
n new and undeveloped country. merable .«mall rural houms of five, ried, that the association el<< t a his life to the kindness ot a neigh
They «Mine with empty carpet bag«. ten, twenty or thirty acres each, man to go to Washington ontle bor. Ho was almost hopelessly a'-
exjM-cting to lead ihe gram! march will serve further to encourage sub above purpose Dr Marsiien lieing tli< teil with diarrhoea : was u'.t« t »1
up to s one huge pile of gold and to division of large areas in Ihe East the only nominee he uaaelected cd bv two physicians aho gav«* nin;
h>-)p them-elves to as much of this ami South an»l tend to make the by acclimation. After addresses little, if any, r.-.ief, when n m-igh-
worl«’ « wealth as they desire with small farm and home a general by Hon I. S. Geerami ether-, fol b«ir learning of his serious condi
out put’ing a shouhier to the whe« 1 rule throughout the entire coantrv. lowed by an enthusiastic discus tion, brought him a bottle of Cham-
sion of tin- lending issue, the meet
«f progress. 1 hev. tail, of course,
lender wise administration. Arid
berlain’s ( «»lie, Cholera an«l Diar
a«i are disappointed. The proper America has a glourious future. ing a«ijourne«l.
rhoea Remedy, which cured him in
New members. I. S Geer. Burns:
thing for a new element in a new With her countless small farms
less than twenty-four hours, l'or
Held to do is to get in »nd drill, and and marl homes, communities C A Bonnett, ('ran«-; Fred Ouker- sale by II. M Horton. Burns; End
t > •ueti a« will apply themselves, where people liv«-iti the « pen air. niun. Rilev.
with a willingness and singleness till the soil with their hands ami
A Philadelphia firm, according
ot purl»«»!-«- significant ot winning 1 v,4 enjov the privileg«*« at.»l a»l-
Stop th»* Cough
1, WOLDENBERG. Ml . I*ro|ri« t<.r
lut in the end. this stat«* certainly vantages of the city, she will prove to a Pres« disputed from that city,
:m«l Work ot)' tin* (’ohi.
orl«*rs everv imluevment.-—Ex.
The «<*rv!<-es of a brewer of long years experience bas leen se
the sheet anchor of th«* Republic in
Laxativ«* Bron «'-(»»lit.in«* Tablets
cure«! ami th«* i>ri:«iuct of tins Bmwerv is of th»- best grade in tho
anytime of national peril, while Japanese government for several cure a col«l in one «lay. No Cur«-.
Place a trial order and y«»u will not be <li*ap
The Idaho legislature c»«n*.*ene»i from h< r will radiate eastward tln- X-ray machines, which are tn be Na pay. 1’iicc 2-"> cents.
c.t Boise Monday.
1 be Oregon same idea of the «livision of thc used for n novel purpose,
legislature will iii«-»-t next Monday. large into small farms and the firm sometime ago sold tj a repro-
The ca*ier it is to get a man to
Each have the ei«*ction of a I . >.
talk the easier it is to got him to
beriator before them ami state legis pond in making «•ertxin an«l in- machine, which the Japanese ex-
lation will suffer accordingly. It creasing an oftentimes unreliable plained, was to be us«d in th<
Many a farmer earns his bros«!
j- time the election of Senators crop—Extract from a paper >>v government mints ir* Japan forth«?
the sweat .of hie hired man’s
Tho bar is supplied with none
shoul«i 1»? mad»- bv the people di Guy E. Mitchell, of Washington.
the very Lest brands of
rect the «auie as that of anv other
Another thing for which civiliza
Wines. Liquors and ('arboimted
oiliee.—' »ntario Demo«*rat.
LOOKS GGOD FOR SIIEEI*M E N.
examine the su«p«-cts as they left tion is clamoring is a noiseless
ririnki, ami the « hoie« st < '¡gars.
Sht-epmen of the N<ir(hw»*st who the mint «lailv aid of course, it re
President Roosevelt insists on have been making monev for the vealed the pr«*«enco of a y coins match.
Your patronage solicit«-«!.
Some fellows acquire the repuin-
prompt action by congress against pA«t foil,* tear« a- a result o‘‘ goo«l
“in Il eir midst " 1 he 1« st was so
Courteous treatn «nt to all.
’lie trusts or he will call an extra prices for sheep an»l fair prices for satisfactory that th«- Mikado or- ton of being spci>»l»rs on borr«w«»l
Corner north of postoHi« «*.
-. ssio-> for that purpose.
wool, art' likely to be "in it’, so far «le.-ed several more machine:« hop money.
a« wool is couecrne«], next Spring. ing to prevent the form af theft r»--
Mod lied arbitration is proscrih« «1
That stop'« i« q iotr-il "firm" nt pre ferrt»! to.
as ttie m<><lili»-<l milk of the «•< al
vailing prices now. but there is
none iu t be iietrkttt. a ,1 la«t Spri n-j’s
The doctors will tell you that
Prof, l’atten, of Darinmuth col
crop havir g b»-;*n dispose«] of some
lege, beLeve« that man i« decorded some mon die hard while others
from th«.- horseshoe crab.
Why, are d«-:id < asy.
’’But tli • world's supply of «Vo«»]
this i« worse still.
When a woman snfiers from female
Multimillionaire Strntion'« ti.ill-
is short just now." ,-i prominei t <L ¡ti
weakness an«i irregularit« or other forms
And ICctz-szc* C>n<?5 Cent
will not multiply very rapi«lly
of womanly «iisease, tlie effect ia cer er sai«l <»> the l’ortlaiol Telegram,
tain to be marked in her nervous \vs-
Buy a postal card and semi to The New York
The sweat box has been »I»dared in the hnn<i- of ihe Colorado law
te; tlie general effect lieing. as in Mrs. "and Oregon wool is bonml to bring
Farmer. New York Citv, for u freo
\\ <«.din's case, "nervous headai-he». rest- a good price next Summer.
illegal and police authorities may
1« »»lies» at night " and a run-down condi
For a bilious attack take Cham
“in Ausirilia lh«- loss of millions be eomtdled hereafter to put PI1R-
tion. It ia »imply C'lmiiKin sense then
Farmer is n National lllnstra-
bcrlairi’s Stomach ami Liv» i Tab
which sav» if you cure tlie female weak- of sheep by drouth will lessen the peeta in an ice-box ar.d freeze
• • ... irregularity, etc., you will cure the
Weekly for farmers and
lets and a quick cure is certain
licrvotiMieas. sleeplessness and otlu-rcon- supply <»f wool preceptildy next truth out of them.
stands nt the head of the
*e»ii.en<*e» of womanly disease.
For sale by II. M. Horton. Bun.«;
year, while th«- big «iemnml for
tn. Pier -e's Favorite Prescription cures
The price is fl 00 per
A L'oiunrkable Record.
Fred Haines, Barney.
t - womanlv diseases which utuiermine woolen goods in th» Unite«! States
you can secure it with
t e general health. It establishes regu- is going to be bigger in 1’dOo.
Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy
1 -.»«. »iries enfeebling drain«, lieils in-
vour own favorite local newspaper, The
“When people are doing well, and Ims a rcmarkiibl«! rec»ird. It has Hi« Lift* Savol bv < liiiiiibi-rliiin'M
t -»iiuatioii 9i»i ulceration, ami cure-
• oli«*, ('iiohra ¡inti IHiii-rliocit
I i EMS. at a b arpuin.
Both papers f l..50.
It «-lire» lie« ¡ache. times are prosperous, th«* demand
been in u«e for over thirty years,
I »■!«<>ii-ne*s, sl.-eplessuess. etc., by enr-
to The ITEMS.
th« «•■’uatil« <liM*uses which cause for l»ettcr grad«*« of ciotning incr»-a.«
«luring which time manv million
“B. I,. P«V< I . II Well known eooprf
es and ev«—y bo«ly desires to dress battles huye been sohl an«l used. It c>( this town, say - he I h lit i t ,- ( 'hum-
<; L woineti arc invited to c«>n .tilt Hr.
*■ env. bv l-.tter, />w. All correspond- better.
has long been th«* standard *aml berla’n’s <lolie. ('holera and Dinr
< •< »trictly private. Address Dr. R. V.
‘•’Ihe Oregon crop so far bi»ls fair main relian«*e in th«? treatment of rhoea Remedy sai« d his life last
• ierce. Buffalo, N. V.
to I h * full and in prim»- condition »•roup in thousands of homes, vet summer.
-! teel more than grateful to von for the
IL* had been si< k for a
’ • i.elit I have receivtairom l>r. I*ier,-- s t-a-«-,«--
next Spring, as sheep are generally during all this time no case has month with what tin* doctors call
l-,e.crif«ion and -<*,olden Medical.Jii-<-ov.
writ«. Mr» Krvi<- >•; W,x!i'- '■! Millerton,
in g«M)d order and free of scab, ever been reprirted to the manufact bilious dysentery, and could get
he». Co.. V X . care <>• U->x No i
nlierof year« I had been troubled with lemate
although ranges are crowded, urer« in which it failed to effect a nothing to do him anv good until
■ eakne-«.’nervous headache, irregularity, re-t-
• .... — at night, and. in f:«t ««a. all r-«n uown. I
at lit' I- t.,kinir three Isrfties of ■ Favorite Pre- i hay is abundant and them is no cure,
Our f?c returned if vze fail. Any one sanding sketch and description of
When given a« soon aa the he tried this remedy. It gave him
- riplion ' and one ot -Golden Me«licat Diaoar-
fear of any loss from lack of food child becomes hoarse or even as immediate relief,” says B.T. Little, any invention will promptly r»*e» ivc our opinion free concerning the patent
< •■ feel that I am entirely «««red.
I lia-e no
•More m-rson- hea«iach«,. an«i rest very well at
during the winter.
•«■sht: in »act. feel Mke a «Afferent person,
soon ns the croupv cough appears, m- reliant, Hancock. Mil. For sale ability of same. “How to obtain a patent” sent upon*re«pie»t. PateiiG
i ink- to vonr kiml advic- and -xonderful niedi
| ean -slty advise all who suffer front an«-
“Sheepmen therefore may look it will prevent the attack. It is by 11 M. Horton. Burns; Fr< «1 socure<l through us advertised for sale at our expense.
, lilar tr -..Uee’to write to lir Pierce at ouce.
1 atenti taken out through us receivo special notice, without charge, in
lie« wiT» »■.» regret it.’
forwar«! to another prosperous jear pleasu» t to t.-ik»*. many children Haines, Harnev.
” Fat .»rite Prescription ” has the te ;ti- in 1903. as with good prices for like it
P a text R ecouh , an illustrated and widely circulated journal, consullc»!
It contains no opium or ,
riotiv of thouvtmls of women to its- com-
j;cte«*ureof womanly disease». Ito not their wool ami fair demand for stock other harmful substance ami may
» cept an unknown and unproved sub •beep and wethers they will be able
copy FREE. Address,
be given as confidently to a baby
* itute in its place.
Dr. Pierre’s Pleasant Pellet« should b: to buy land for therr stock to run as to an a«’ult. For sale bv IL M.
VICTOR J. EVANS « CO.,
t> 1 «ith ” l ax orite Pre« rip’.iuu ” .vks J- on when the supply of fr»c Gov»rn Horton, Burns; Frc»l Haines, liar- TMs slfDntnr» to «mexcry boi cf tbo rco i I ii «.
eu t a i uW.i .c ia rtquiisu.
i Laxative Bronio«Quinine Tabk-t»
mint run^ ^i* » * tut."
'toi rum«!; Uii‘. eur*.-» a
la vtt- *•"?
WASHINGTON, O. C.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
The Kind You Have
Harney ValJey Brewery
“I have no more
and rest very well at
IF YOU ARE A FARMER