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Uro atest Valley of Eastern Oregon.
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BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1903.
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more, a general belief that this
Deschutes project offers better op
portunities for success than most
works undertaken under the Cany
Unhealthy Kllncy-. Make Impure Blood.
irescliiitcM I rrlgnt Ion Can <•«»
All the b!< o 1 in your body pisses through
lias proven a success.
Alienti Contract is Approved
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
Th< fact that the Pilot Butt«- f’roj'r«'** «if Orc Orcgoii Country
blood purifiers, they fil
.Since Its Exploration.
Company is to In- permitted to re
ter out the waste er
Impti: Illes in the blood.
claim the Di-sehtite- Valley means
If they aresick or out
A Washington dispatch to the that no Government project will be
of order, they fail ’o da
Oregonian of the 14th says: Presi undertaken in that locality. What-
The 100th anniversary of the ex-'
I ’ains, achestnd rheu-
dent Roosevelt this afternoon ud- ev«-r sites are later recommended
mati..;n come from ex
ploration of the Oregon Country1
cess of uric acid in th«
Hardware of Every Description.
vieed Representative Moody that by .the Oregon committee must be
blood, due to ucglected
he today approved the map ami in other localities. Hydrographer
Kidney Double cause: quick or unsteady
Newell said today he had heard Oregon, Washington, Idaho and heart
beats, ani make: cue feel as t!x>ugii
contract with the State of Oregon
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
nothing from the Or«gon irrigation
permanently segregating 84,707 committee, and in view of the late will be commemorated at Portland,. over working i:i ; pitig thick, kidney-
pci -. med blood thro ~h veins and arteries.
acres of land In the Deschutes \ al ness of the date and the great ptes- Oregon, in 1905, by an Exposition
It tired to be con :.dcred that only urinary
were to be traced to the kidneys
ley, which it is proposed shall be aore for consideration of prejet:ts which will be representative of troubles
but no / modern science proves that i early
reclaimed under the Carey act by alrea<iy examined in other states, American, European and Oriental all constitutional diseases have their begin
In kidney trouble.
the Pilot Butte Development Com intimated that it was at least very life and industry. A company with ning
If you ate sick y can make no mistake
pany, of which A. M. Drake is doubtful if one of the original gen $590,000capital has been organized by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
•ni tbeestraorJ..... /c4ic.t ci Dr. Kilmer’s
eral irrigation works could be un to hold the Ex]x>sition. The fair Swamp-Root, II;-.great kidney lemcdy k
This action ends the long contro-! dertaken in Oregon.
grounds, comprising 385 acres of soon realized. It stands the highest for its
woiidc: f ..1 cure", of the most di-lressing cues
versy, and so fur us the general ( Representative Mootly this morr • land and natural lake, are in the and
is sold cn its merits
Government is concerned, gives ing secured a favorable report on northwestern part of Portland, by all druggi.its in fifty-
cent and cnc-do’lar
this company the right to proceed bis bill introduced yesterday pro practically at the very point on the es.
You may have a '—
with the immediute construction of viding for ratifying the Klamath Willamette River reached by Cap sample bottle by mail it.»™ <.r s
free, also pamphlet telling you ho-ir to find
its irrigation system, according to Indian treaty. He will try to have tain Clark <>n April 3, 1806.
cut if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
the approved plans
Government it put in the Indian appropriation ! The Lewis and Clark Centennial Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
officials here regard this as the hili now in conference.
will show the industrial progress tc Co.. Bmghamtor., N. Y.
I most important and most promis Senator Mitchell continues to not only of the Oregon Country, Don’t make anv mistake, Git remem
ber the rame, S* am|>-Root, I>r. Ki'mer’«
ing Carey act proposition in the improve. Bad weather, however,| but of all tli3t part of the United Swamp-Root, arid the ad.lse«*, liiogiuun-
States west of the Mississippi River, ton, X. Y., on every bottle.
Abstracts Furnished and Title Guaranteed toa!» Landa in Harney I state, and see no rerson why the prevents his going out.
and place it in its true relation to
through in the ten years allowed j SO tHANGE IX DAXD LAWS the new trade field in the Orienti Practically the entire area of these
states is susceptible of development
and the Islands of the Pacific.
I bv law to successful completion.
Lewis and Clark in 1805-6 in agricultural and other industrial
Under the terms of the contract
scanned the mouth of the Columbia pursuits.
with the state, the Pilot Butte Com- j
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office in Bunk Building.
Lewis and Clark faced starvation
River for the ship th it never came.
pany will be allowed to charge an I
A Washington dispatch of the 14th Puget Sound ‘and the Columbia when they were camped at the
lands of $1 per acre, the lien of the ; says : The Senate committee on River, the great ha-bors of the mouth of the Columbia in the win
company amounting to $848,557. j public lands today ordered a favor “Oregon Country,” have a foreign ter of 1895-06. The state of Oregon
professional cards .
This case is the first one in Ore-, able report on the bill to repeal the commerce amounting to $40,000,- now has 4,500,000 domestic cattle
gon under the Carey act to be ap- timber and stone act, desert .land 000 a year. In the ten veara be and produces annually oyer 23,-
Ki HN* D odos N o . 70, K of I*.
proved by the President. It has act and commutation feature of tween 1992 and 1901 they shipped 000,000 bushels of grain.
Meet« every rinirxilay night.
Thehealtbfulnessof Pacific Coast
i M I h I. u 0. C.
been hung up in (he Land Office I ¡homestead law. Amendments to breads!ulTs valued at nearly $120,-
8. Motliersiiea.l, K of R. H.
climate is known the world over.
sioce early last Summer. Repre omit repeal of commutation law 000,000.
sentative Moody, throughout thei and sell timber land on the basis of
The West has 35 per cent, of the | In 1850 Oregon’s death rate wm
BURN« CHAPTER. NO. 4W, O. E. 8.
’s farms, 45 per cent, of its the lowest in the Union, and in
.Meets wcoii.i and fourth Monday <»(
action on all Caiey act cases in Senators opposed to the bill say railroad mileage, 75 per cent, of its 1900 Portland wae the second
«••ch mollili in .Mnaoir.c hall, Voegtlv
building. Mrs. Maggie Devens, W. M. i nin St.—opposite Bank.
Oregon, but it was not until Com there is no prospect of its passage gross area, counting Alaska; 27 healthiest city in the country.
Mm. Eunice Thompson, Sec.
In 1850 there were less than
missioner Richards took hold that at this session
per cent, of its population, 19 per
people in the West.
BERNS DODGE, NO. »7, A. F. à A. M. |Ÿ| AKSOKN A UKAKV
now over 21.000,000.
and produces 99 per cent, of its
Meets Katiinlav on or before (till maun,
now has more people
(pin li lieti broth«*™ fraternally invited,
When he came to investigate,
goid, 16 per cent, of its manufac
W. L Maradan,
John W. Geary,
(:. E. Kinyon, W. M.
F. S. Rieder,
United Stages had
the Commissioner found the ad
tures, and 43 per cent. of its farm
Physician* «£• Surgeons.
verse report ofSpeciul Agent Greene, railroaded through the Fcoatc. produrts.
BERNS DODGE, NO. till, A. O. U. W.
Part of Lewis and Clark’sjourney
the lands covered by the Even this is improbable, because
Jim Bridger’s trading post, built
Meets i«t Broun lutll every Friday eve- <^“(h!ic«‘ at residence. ’Phone 20.
it is legislation that would provoke in Southwestern Wyoming in 1843, i lay through virgin forests. The
Visiting brothers fraternally in
land because of a sparse growth of debate, and such debate is likely marked the beginning of the era Oregon Country now cuts 2,509,-
v-Uiit. Titos. Sagers, W. M. Chas. N.
juniper trees. He therefore recom to prove fatal this lute in the ses of immigration into the Far West. OOO.OOt) feet of lumber a year.
gloi.l 4 IIIOGH.
The West in 1850 produced 84,-
mended that the selection be can sion.
The great trading posts of this re
HARNEY DODGE, NO. 77. I. O. O F.
J. W. Illg«».
Dalton BI rrh .
hushels of graie. In 1900
Meehl every Saturday evening, Brown’s 1
hall. Visiting brother* fraternally in
Washington last Fall, contemplat mittee to amend the bill to provide land, Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, the production was 2,400.000,009
Frank O. Jackson, N.G.
ing such a report, filed with the for the sale of limber lands in tracts Butte, Boise, Los Angeles and ■ bushels.
III UNS. OREGON.
0. G. Biniifl, Secretary.
Oregon, Washington aixi Cali
overwhelming evidence of 160 acres to each settler, the Salt Lake.
ur Mtii-e in Bunk building.
price to be governed by the ap Capt. Clark in 1806 found a few fornia contain one-third of the
TITLE ( IRI DE. NO l«>. WOMEN OF
Woislcrult. Meets 2nd and 4th Titea- I___ ___ _____________
and that the presence of juniper praised value of the timber thereon, camps of Imlians near where the standing tiAlber an ? the Unitei
dm at Brown's hull. Mrs. Ti Ili • Jordan,
VMM A FJT7GKK A I D
Mrs. lone Whiting.
did not warrant their classification but this substitute was voted down. I citv of Portland now stands. Port States.
Where ro’1.- the Oregon, and heart notonnl
as timber lands. Among the afh- The committee also rejected a prop land is one of the great cities of the
Save his own dashlnca—
daviis were statements from Chief osition to emit the commutation I nion. It has over 115,000people.
Il iZZiii.x Cullen Jlri/ant.
dm re h Announcements.
Forester Pineliot and Hydrographer clause from the acts to be repealed. Its jobbing trade is over $130,000,-
Isttc, Notarial and Real Extate
Sunday’ School at Hurney the
The report today was made 000 a year and the individual de
G. E. Waggoner, chief clerk of
Newell, who had personally been
first Sunday of each month nt 10
over the lands, and these showings largely for effect, and not with any posits of its banks approximate the Surveyor-General of Oregon,
o’clock, A. ,M.
were backed up by Representative intention of passing the bill, for $25,000,000.
has been -dismissed by Secretary
third and fourth
Hitchcock on account of irregular
g^T’Otlicein Masonic building
month at 3 o’clock P. M.
puted area with these Government vised that a majority of the public overland mail by stage at St. Louis! ities. The Surveyor-General n«y
ing services every second
officials. Being a practical West lands committee of the House will from San Francisco iji 1858 was! go next.
at 8 P. M.
The treaty «f peaee between
ern man, thoroughly acquainted not for a minute cons.der the bill regarded by President Buchanan
R. D. Burrow, M- D
with the arid regions, Commissioner at this session.
At the Presbyterian church
ns "a glorious triumph for civiliza Venezuela and the allied power«
Physician and Surgeon.
Richards at once recognized the
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
tion and the Union.” Railroads ; has been signed.
Divine services the third and fourth £V*0ffice at Burns Hotel, Rooms. fallacy of the special agent’s con ; Plans have been completed for aggregating 87,000 miles have tak
Sundays of each month at 11 a. tn. 1 und 2. Calls answered any hour clusions and disregarded his recom the opening in Kansas City of the en the place of the stage in the
nnd 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at day or night.
mendation, holding the lands to be Liberal University, which some West.
10 a. in. every Sabbath morning. Burini.
In 1870, St. Louis, New Orleans,
Oregon properly subject to irrigation under time »go purchased a large estate
San Francisco were the only I
Preaching services at the Baptist
in the W *st with over 100.-
«buroh every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
p M. JORDAN,
In 1900, ten cities
morning and evening. Sunday
exceeded this mark. Portland, the
school every Sunday at 10 a. tn.
Practical [sind Surrcyor,
principle city in the Oregon
prayer meeting every Thursday
Burim. Oregon, was irregularly made for the put- personal friend of Colonel R G. . Country, was the 106th citv of tne
pose of “cornering” or controlling Ingersoll. Lectures will be begun Union in 1880 and the 42nd in
Services at Christian Science
a large area of Government lands this Spring anti the regular classes 1900.
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every g W. Mtl.I.KK,
not proposed to be irrigated, but will be instituted next Fall.
Alaska, like the Louisiana re
Sunday at 11 a. in, and 8 p. m.
with a view to speculation. This
gion and the Oregon Country, was
Service Wednesday evenings al 8. Notary Public and Conreyancer, charge, as well ns all others made
Those Boers are a long-headed not considered by some American
Everybody is invited to attend Mortgagea, Deeds. Etc., correctly made.
even if they allowed old Paul Congressmen to be worth a “pinch
Office nt Store.
Burna, Oregon. was waved aside, for on close ex Kruger to drag them into a surely of snuff, ”
Yet, since the United
States bought it in 1867, it has
Jorgensen is still to the front
warranted. Theie has b«en every in the Transvaal since the war, yielded gold, furs and fish worth
TU « Ville A COLI! IN «»NIC DAV
with low prices, (’all and see his
line of watches, clocks, jewelry, Takc Laxative Bromo Quinine evidence of good faith on the part and it is said a secret Boer com $150,000,000.
In Oregon only 16 6 per cent, of
Tablets. All druggists refuud thè of this company, ami the depart mittee is sending out desirable
total lat d area is in farms;
This paper nnd The Chicago money ifitfailsto cure. E. \V.
19 9; Idaho, 5.9;
Weekly Inter Ocean $1.50 for’one Grove’s signature is on each box
Wyoming, 13. I
yent. “Special deni"
TURN ON WATER
LEWIS AND CLARK
E. 0. T. G. CO.