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Greatest Valley of Eastern Oregon.
The Oldest and Most
The Best Advertising
Harney Valley Items
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BURNS, OREGON. SATURDAY. MARCH 28. 1903.
MORE CATTLE WILL
the states or territories where public
land is to be had.—The Dulles I
• 1.50 Per V*ar.
Ki* MonlhN 75 Cent«.
WIN EVERY POINT
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Coal Strike ConnuIssimi Decide«
kidney Trouble Makes You
Almost everybody ' who reads the new>
The statement is made by San
papers is sure to ki .now of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
Francisco papers that Oregon pine
lumber in the rough, is now worth
11 the preat kidney, liver
I' and bladder remedy.
$21 per thousand in that city. Six
Washington, March 18.—Mem
It is the great medf-
months ago the same lumber in
M cal triumph of the nine
bers of the Coal Strike Arbitration
teenth century; dis
The people of this country will that market was worth but $12 |»er
covered after years of
Commission, appointed by Presi
lie facing a problem before the
I j scientific research ty
Hardware of Every Description.
-B Dr. Kilmer, the emF
this incn-ase in price represents dent Roosevelt, filed with the Pres
' nent kidney and blad
the rapidity with which the resour ident today unanimous recom
der specialist, and is
ces of Oregon forests are passing mendations and a final report. v/ondcrfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
plate, says an exchange. Our pop away from the people..
Although the commission’s report bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
I ulation is increasing quite rapidly,
form of kidney trouble.
Without some decisive action on
will not be made public until Sat Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
and should the present increase the part of the national govern
ommended for everything but if you have kid
urday, enough is known of its
liver or bladder trouble it will be found
continue for twenty years, which ment, the forests of the Pacific recommendations to permit a re ney,
Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, in hospital work, in private
would be nearly double our present coast will be stripped from the view of the material features.
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
population, how much additional
relief and has proved so successful ia
Not only is an increase of 10 per chase case
that a special arrangement has
animal food would be needed to ten years, says the East Oregonian. cent in wages granted to the miners every
been made by which all readers of this paper
supply the increase? If we have
not already tried it, may have a
but new regulations in weighing who have
bottle sent free by mail, also a book
not the cattle, sheep and hogs with sent out of the state, and at which coal, it is said, will really make sample
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
which to feed the people, what will the destructive forest fires are de-j the increase much larger, as they ' find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
writing mention reading this generous
take their place, what will be the nu<iing the mountains is alarming. will preclude men from being com-, When
F. H ltlF.DF.lt,
BIGGN A BIGGB
offer in this paper and
ftee’y unii Tretas.
effect of the substitute upon the
your address to
pelled to mine more than a ton of send Kilmer&Co.,Bing
populace of the future, also upon i damage was done to Oregon forests coal and getting paid only fora Dr.
hamton, N. Y. The
ithe pocketbooks of the people? I by fire. The amount of lumber 1 ton, as now prevails
regular fifty cent and nom ot »««np-Rooi.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
' When we look back over our sta- manufactured •• as one billion feet,
Don’t make any mistake, but remem
■’ tistical history we find that the
commission is that the mining ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer’«
' I iK orporii'c«!.)
percentage of live stock is getting
timber in the slate is estimated at operators must fix the day’s work Swamp-Root, and the address, Bingham
! smaller. While our population is I
ton, N. Y., on every bottle.
at eight hours for every miner.
Abstracts Furnished and Title Guaranteed to all Lands in Harney
increasing at a marvelous rate our $250,000,000. Each year the a-
The miners also gain another
I cattle herds are virtually at a stand I mount consumed by fire and re point of their contention in being
The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean
still. The heavy drafts for domes moved by the lumber trade is in recognized with checkers of their is the only weekly newspaper pub
tic supply and exjxirt will still fur creasing. In 1902 the value of I own for coal as mined. By the lished in Chicago in connection
ther destroy our ability to keep up forests thu» removed was $14,000 system of dockage the miners assert with the great daily papers. It
Bought and Sold on Com mission.
Office in Bank Building.
with the demand and still keep 000. At this rate of decrease, with the operators heretofore have over contains a judiciously selected
some ~ort of reserve for range and | no systematic efforts to replenish burdened the workmen with re summary ot the news of the nation
propagation purposes. At the forest areas, the present supply will bates, which materially reduced and world, the best stories, home,
present rate of increase in popula last but eighteen years.
farm, woman’s, and other special
Oregon is not vet at the prime of ■ their actual income.
!.<»<! jr 1>I rectory.
tion we will have in 1920 over
PROFESSIONAL carbs .
and fair, patriotic,
100,000,000 people. We should at her industrial life. Twenty years miners when they went on strike i able editorials, written from a Re
B uhnm I ajimii : N o . 70. K o( P.
that time have something like i will be but a beginning for the 1 is granted by the commission. publican viewpoint. It is by far
Meets every Thursday night.
J II. MeMULLKN,
55,000.000 head each of cattle, hogs I splendid resources of the state Less work, more pay and less in the best general newspaper of the
F. M. Jordan, 0. C.
and sheep in proportion to main Yet the ruthless slaughter of that terference on the part of the mining Western States. The regular pri^e
8. Motlieralieud , K of K. 8.
tain the present ratio cf live stock priceless treasure goes on, furiously. operators sums up this feature of for the Weekly Inter Ocean is $1,00
Wh it effort is being made to se
BURNS CHAPTER, NO. 4», O. E. 8.
to the head of population.
and for the Harney Valley Items
the future? What provision i tlie commission’s report.
M«eta second and fourth Monday of
The report also contains a pro $1.50, but subscriptionswill be re
each month in Masonic h ill, Vo-gtlv
NEW LAM) LAWS.
do we find in the creed of today,
Main St.—opposite Bank.
building. Mrs. Maggie Leven«, W. M.
vision, it is said, for the settlement ceived at this office for the two
J for the safety of tomorrow.
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Sec.
The last congress passed consid The people will have need of for of all future troubles between min papers in combination for one year
erable land legislation, although ests in Oregon after the government ers and operators by adjudication for only $1.50.
BURNS LODGE, NO. 97, A. F. i A. M. |Ÿ| AK8DKN A GKAKY
the more important bills hearing shall have ended its extravagant by a committee of the two parties
Meets Saturday on or before full tnoon.
Mr. T). I*. Daugherty, well knows
to the controversy. By this pro throughout Mercer and Summer
Qualillod brothers fraternally invited,
on this subject failed. The Quarles practice of forest denudation.
John W. Geary,
< . E. Kinyon, W. M. F. 8. Rieder,
bill recalling all of the land acts
The forest reservation must be vision, it is understood, the Miners’ counties, W. Va., most likely owes
Phyriciaiu <0 Surgeon«.
Union is indirectly recognized, his life to the kindness of a neigh
Hurns, Oregon. save that permitting homestead instituted to protect the people in
BURNS LODGE, NO. '.Kl, A. O. U. W. i
this again is regarded as a bor. He was almost hopelessly af
entry never reached a vote. Legis their rights. The generations that
Itliee at residence. '1’lione 20.
Mseta at Brown ball ev<»ry Friday eve
lation providing for the opening of are to perpetuate the excellence of victory for Piesident Mitchell and flicted with diarrhoea ; was attend
ning. Viaitinit brother» fraternally in-
The commis ed bv two physicians who gave nim
some 2,500,000 acres of Indian res this state, will deplore the short organized labor.
v'te<l, TI km . Sagers, W. M. Cha». N.
ervation land also failed. A bill sighted policy of their nineteenth sioners condemn the boycott.
gIGGH A HIGGS.
little, if any, relief, when a neigh
creating havens of refuge for wild century forefathers, who destroyed
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O. O. F. I
The argument of the suit of the bor learning of his serious condi
J. W. Hings.
game in the forest reserves was one without rebuilding, the heritage
Meet» every Saturday evening. Brown'» i
Government against the Northern tion. brought him a bottle of Cham
hall. Visiting brother» fraternally in- ,
A11 o rneye-a t - Law ,
of the measures that died between nature gave them.
Frank O. Jackson, N. G.
Securities Company to prevent the berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar
the senate and the house.
Bt'llNH. Oil KG ON.
C. G. Siuiill, Secretary.
rhoea Remedy, which cured him in
President Roosevelt was telling Great Northern-Northern Pacific- less than twenty-four hours, For
Among the bills which became
ZM^OfHcc in Bank building.
TITLE CIRCLE. NO. 165, WOMEN OF
laws was one opening 100,000acres a friend the other day about his Burlington merger, was begun be sale by H. M. Horton, Burns; Ered
Woodcraft. Meets 2nd and 4th Tues
ion the Red Lake Indian reserva mail, which averages 500 or 600 fore four Circuit Judges at St. Haines, Harney.
day at Brown's hall. Mrs. Tilli < Jordan,
Sirs, lone Whiting.
tion. Another act of considerable letters a day. “One of the most Louis last Wednesday. For the
It’s a real pleasure to wear the
'importance was that opening the remarkable letters I ever received,” Government, Assistant Attorney-
I Thornton William*,
fitting clothes made by Straus«
gilsonite mineral lands of the Un-
. Attorney-at I aw ,
Ch it reli A nnonnccnientn.
America’s Leading Tailors,
compahgre reservation in Utah. the full accounts of the Martinique
I mw , Notarial ami Real Nutate
Sunday School at Harney the
They’re so reasonable in
Gilsonite is a high form of asphalt disaster were printed in the news
Robinson it Walton,
first Sunday of each month nt 10
i or pitch and the Uncompahgre papers. The writer said he saw
o’clock, A. M. On the second,
reservation contains the entiie that the American consul at Mar
third and fourth Sundays of each
world’s supply, so far as known, tinique had been burned to death.
This paper and The Chicage
month nt 3 o’clock P. M. Preach- fM^Office in Masonic building
! Consequently there has been an He applied for the place and wound tending that it is legal, only inci Weekly Inter Ocean $1.50 for one
ing services every second Sunday
effort for ten years to get these up with this sentence: “I make this | dentally restrains trade, and, be yeai. “Special deal”
at 8 P. M.
R. D. Burrow, M- D. lands open for location, and the early application so as to get in ing organized under state law, is
At the Presbyterian church
government has finally responded ahead of those loathsome creatures, | not subject to Federal law. He
Oregonian and Items, $2.00.
Physician and Surgeon.
I denies that the purpose of the cor
to it, although taking the precau the olheeseekers.
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
poration was to effect the merger.
Divine services the third and fourth fMF“()ffice at Burns Hotel, Rooms, tion to prevent the creation of a
Sundays of each month at Ila. in. 1 and 2. Calls answered any hour monopoly by reserving alternate
The Senate last Tuesday ratified
Chant bet Iain’s Cough Remedy I the Panama Canal treaty by a vote;
and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath school at i, day or night.
sections to the United States.
There were several bills passed has a remarkable record. It has of 73 to 5. Not a single changel
10 a. m. every Sabbath morning. Burna.
for national parks. J been in use for over thirty years, | was made in it, and it becomes
Preaching serviced at the Baptist I
“ I had a most stubborn cough
reservations are petri during which time many million1 effective, so far as the United States
for many years. It deprived me
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
of sleep and I grew very thin. 1
fied forests of Arizona, the wonder battles have been sold and used. It is concerned, just as it was signed
morning and evening. Sunday p M. JORDAN,
then tried Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral,
The only step remaining before
and was quickly cured.’
school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Practical Land Surveyor.
R. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Tenn.
and Crater lake in Oregon. An main reliance in the treatment of action is possible under it is its
prayer meeting every Thursday |
Hunt«, Oregon, unsuccessful effort was made to
ratification by the Columbian Con-,
Sixty years of cures
preserve the works of the cliff during all this time no case has gress. After that the President
such testimony as the
Services at Christian Science
and cave dwellers of New Mexico ever been reported to the manufact will be free to appoint the canal
Hull, corner east of the Bank, every g W. MILLKR,
have taught us what
under the jurisdiction of the gov urers in which it failed to effect ti commission, buy the rights of the
Sunday at 11a. in. and S p. m.
cure. When given as soon ns the French company, and begin work
Service Wednesday evenings at 8. Notary Public and Conveyancer,
The new Alaskan homestead law child becomes hoarse or even as
Everybody is invited to attend
We know it’s the great
Mortgages, I*ec<ls, Ktc., correctly made.
Chief Hydrographer Newell and
the size of the homestead soon as the croupy cough appears,
cough remedy ever
Office at Store.
Burna, Orejón. to 321) acres. Under the old law of it will prevent the attack.
It is other officers of the geological sur
And you will say
1898 the size ot the homestead was pleasant to ♦ ".ke, many children vey, accompanied by Represents-
Jorgensen is still to the front
after you try it.
fixed at eighty acres, but there were like it. It contains no opium or i tive Reader, of Kansas, will depart
with low prices. Call and see his
TO Ct HK A COLO IN ONK DAV
line of watches, clocks, jewelry, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine no entries under it, theexplana- other harmful substance and may from Washington soon, to make an
Three «htt: 25c.. 54c.. 51 AH drii.tlM«.
Tablets. All druggists refund the tion being that no one in search be given as confidently to a baby extensive journey through the arid
money if it fails to cure. K. W. i of a home would go to Alaska and as to an adult, For sale by H. M and semi-arid states, to be in the
Horton, Burns; Fred Haines, Har ( field at least two months, and will
Grove’s signature is on each box. I be restricted to eighty acres when
visit Eastern Oregon.
On Account of Our Popiilntirni
E. 0. T. G. CO.