Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, April 04, 1903, Image 1

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    Published in the
Greatest Valley of Eastern Oregon.
rhe Olcteptand Most;
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Reliable,
I
The Best Advertising
Medium.
11 arney Valley Items
VOL, 19
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BURNS, OREGON, SATURDAY. APRIL 4. 1903.
NO. 19
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TO UNITE SCHOOLS
w
MUST PAY FOR DITCHES
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.
days after the vote shall have been
canvassed. If a consolidated dis­
The New laiw Will Improve, trict is of the first class the site of Irrigation Plan Is Not a Gov­
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dto-
the schoolhouse shall I m ? detertn-
Hural Education.
ernment Gift.
couraget and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
intd as already provided by law. I
and cheerfulness soon
If the consolidated district is of the
disappear when the kid­
neys are cut of order
second or third class the site shall*
or diseased.
People are now familiarizing be chosen by the board of the new-i There is a big rush for land on
_
.
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
themselves with the provisions of ly consolidated district for one year Butter Creek, the site of the first
‘
H that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
the new school law passed at the , after the consolidation. If the dis­ government irrigation project in
r1 afflicted with weak kid­
last legislative session, says the trict ho i rd cannot agree, the dis­ Oregon. The government has not
Hardware of Every Description.
neys. If the child urln-
ties too often. If the
1 Baker City Democrat. This law trict boundary board shall make decided definite that they will un­ _____
urine scalds the fleah or if, when the child
Ill'll NN.
OREGON',
will not take effect for some time the selection.
an age when It should be able to
dertake the proposition but have reaches
control the passage. It Is yet afflicted with
yet and it can scarcely be utilized
Consolidated districts of the first
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
during the present school year. class shall have five directors and had the l?nd withdrawn from entry the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
Next school year, however, it is of the second and third classes except under the homestead law, step should be towards the treatment of
these Important orrans.
This unpleasant
more than likely that an experi­ three directors. These directors pending investigation of the pro­ trouble is due to a diseased condition cf the
ment will be made alojtg the lines shall be the directors of the most ject by the government officials re­ kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
populous original districts. In the garding its practicability.
laid down in the new statute.
Women as well as men are made mis­
The purpose of the law is to cen­ consolidated district of the first
Regarding the rights of settlers erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
tralize the county schools and in­ class three new directors shall be to water under the government The mild and the immediate effect of
stead of having several schools elected at the first annual meeting plan, a dispatch to the Spokesman- Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggist«, in flfty-
scattered for miles around have one after the consolidation, one for three . Review of the 29th says: Appropos cent and one dollar
school which will accommodate the years, one for four years and one of the scores of homestead locations sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
At. FITZGERALD,
F. 8 ICIEDEIt,
HIGGS «V BIGG8
pupils of the discarded places. One for five years, the term of each to being made under the probable line ’ free, also pamphlet tell- Hom. ar a.«an>Bo.<
Prcwnleiit,
Noc'y anti Trews.
Attorney«,
oftlie principal arguments ad vanced lie determined by lot. But if the of the government irrigation ditch ; ing all about it. Including many of ths
thousands of testimonial letters received
ir. favor of this idea is that it will most populous district was of the in western Umatilla and northern from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
i
enable children in the country to first class only one director shall Morrow counties, The Spokesman- & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
receive a higher course of study be elected at the first annual meet­ Review correspondent has secuted
Don’t make anv mistake, but remem­
than at present.
ing after consolidation and he shall from the La Grande land office ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer’H
I ne<»r
Under existing conditions the hold office five years. Jn consoli­ several points from the congression­ Swamp-Boot, and the address, Bingham­
parents desiring their children to dated districts of the second and al measute of June 17, 1902, which i ton, N. Y., on every bottle.
Abstracts Furnished and Title Guaranteed to all Lands in Harney
study beyond the eighth grade third classes one director shall be provides for the reclamation of
County.
The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean
must send them to town. This is elected at the first annual meeting such lands. Few of the men filing
objectionable, as in the majority after consolidation.
claims under the proposed ditch is the only weekly newspaper pub­
REAL ESTATE
of instances the pupils are too
The terms of officers of districts are aware of the stringency of the lished in Chicago in connection
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office in Bank Building.
young to leave the home influences. that have been consolidated shall regulations. The majority has with the great daily papers. It
contains a judiciously selected
By consolidating several schools it expire at the date of consolidation, probably filed blindly.
summary jot the news of the nation
will
make
possible
advanced
stud
­
In
the
end
it
is
not
the
govern
­
but
the
officers
ot
the
most
popu
­
T"
ies without the necessity of pupils lous district shall be the officers of ment which pave for the ditch, but and world, the best stories, home,
going into the city,
the men bolding land under it. farm, woman’s, and other special
the consolidated district.
l.twlge Directory.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Of course, if small schools are
For the five years immediately Compliance with the ordinary departments, and fair, patriotic,
abandoned
many
pupils
will
have
following the consolidation the homestead laws is only a little of able editorials, written from a Re­
4ÄL
B urn » I atixik No. 70, K of I?.
Meet» every Thursday night.
a greater distance to travel to at­ County School Superintendent what the entryman on lands under publican viewpoint. It is by far
J H McML’I.LKN,
XK?
F. M. Jordan. C. C.
tend the central school. This prob­ shall at the time he apportions F50 the ditch has to do. Before he can the best general newspaper of the
. Mothershead, K of R. 8.
lem of transportation is not con­ to each district, as now required get a patent he has to reclaim at Western States. The regular price
PHOTOGRAPHER.
sidered
as being serious. Facilities by law, apportion to all consolidat­ i least oue half of the irrigable land for the Weekly Inter Ocean is $1,00
BURNS CHAPTER, NO. 49, O. E. S.
can be supplied by proper fore­ ed districts formed under the pro­ ¡of his entry and pay all charges. and for the Harney Valley’ Items
Meets second Mint fourth .Monday of
Hurns, Oregon.
each monili in Masonic li'ill, Voegtlv
thought. l’upils can be readily visions of this act as manv times The secretary of the interior sets $1.50, but subscriptionswill be re­
building. Mrs. .Maggie Levens, W. M.
Main St.--opposite Bank.
taken
to and returned from school $50 as there were d.strict» con­ the price to be put on homestead­ ceived at this office for the two
■Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Sec.
in wagons
solidated.
able lands, payments to be made papers in combination for one year
This
transportation
arrangement
in 10 annual installments. “These for only $1.50.
BORNS LODGE, NO. 97, A. F. A A. M. M AK8DEN A GEARY
Zella McVicker, night operator installments,” runs the text of the
Meets Saturday on or before full moon, i
can be settled by either charging a
Qualified brothers fraternally invited, 1 W. L. Marxien.
Mr. D. P. Daugherty, well known
nominal fare to the children thus i in the office of the Pacific States measure, “are with a view of re­
John W. Geary,
< . E. Kenyon, W. M. F. 8. Rieder,
Telephone
company
at
Sumpter,
throughout
Mercer and Summer
carried
or
the
school
district
can
turning to the reclamation fund
Pbyñciann <(• Surgeon».
Secy.
committed
suicide
at
her
home
in
counties,
W.
Ya., most likely owes
supply
free
transportation
by
con
­
the amounts taken out for the irri-
Burns, Oregon.
BERN'S LODGE, NO. 93, A. O. U. W. |
I
Sumpter
Monday
afternoon
of
last
his
life
to
the
kindness of a neigh­
tract. This latter system is favor­
gation.”
Otlice at residence. 'l’lione 20.
Meets at Brown ball every Friday eve­
week.
Miss
McVicker
was
at
home
bor.
He
was
almost
hopelessly af­
ed not only here but in eastern
Where a in in holds deeded land
ning. Visiting brothers fraternally in-
with
her
little
s'ster.
Just
before
v’ted. Tims. Sagers, W. .M. Chas. N.
flicted
with
diarrhoea
: was attend­
stales, where the central school is
under a government ditch the sec­
Covlirane, Recorder.
4 o’clock she called her sister and retary fixes the price he must pay ed by two physicians who gave nim
an established institution.
gIGGS a HIGGS.
sent her to the postoffice to mail a for the water privileges. No water little, if any, relief, when a neigh­
The
law
takes
effect
Mav
21.
HARNEY MIDGE, NO. 77, 1. O. O. F.
J. W. Bi((«.
Pulton Hlgga.
' Only two or more contiguous dis- letter. When the little girl re­ right will be sold such a person for bor learning of his serious condi­
Meets every Saturday evening. Brown’s
hall. Visiting I in it hers fraternally in­
Attomey»-at-Lu w,
. tricts may be united. The first turned to the house, she found her more than a quarter section, no tion. brought him a bottleof Cham­
vited.
Erank O. Jackson, N.G.
preliminary to the consolidation is sister on the bed dead Everything matter if he owns 2000 acres under berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar­
Kl'KNS. OKKGON.
C. G. Smith, Secretary.
la
pctitio.i from the legal voters of indicated that the deed was delib­ ( the ditch. A landholder of private rhoea Remedy, which cured him in
CI^OtHee in Bank building.
TUI E CIRCLE. NO K it , WOMEN OF
each district to the district bound­ erately planned. She had procured land cannot buy a water right at less than twentv-four hours, For
Woodcraft. Meets 2nd ami 4th Tues­
ary board of the county in which her father’s revolver, with which all unless he is a bona fide resident sale by H. M. Horton, Burus; Ered
day at Brown’s hall. Mrs. Tillis Jordan, I
.Mrs. lone Whiting.
Guardian.
^yil.LIAMS A FITZGERALD
the largest petitioning district is she fired a bullet through her | of the land. This “queers” the Haines, Harney.
Clerk.
located. This board is composed heart, threw the pistol away, folded plan of manv who expect to buy
Thornton William«,
M. Fitzgerald,
It’s a real pleasure to wear the
of
the County School Superintend­ her arms and lay back on the bed , out homesteaders who may have
Church Announcements.
Attorney.at I,aw,
Notary Public,
fine
fitting clothes made by Strauss
and
expired.
Miss
McVicker
was
ent and the County Commissioners’
I
proven up on their claims, and
Sunday School at. Harney the
I aiic , Notarial and Real Nutate
Bros.,
America’s Leading Tailors,
about 21 years of age. Unrequited grown tired of their task. In addi­
Court.
first Sunday of each month nt 10
Chicago.
They’re so reasonable in
Practice.
“Such petition, if from a district love is assigned as the cause of tion, a private landholder can get
!
o’clock, A. M. On the second,
prices
too.
Robinson it Walton,
of the first class( 1000 school child­ her rash act.
Burns, Oregon.
no permanent water right until he
third and fourth Sundays of each
will
take
your
order.
ren or over)must contain the signa­ I
’ has paid all chtpges. If he fails to
month nt 3 o’clock P. M. Preach- I fAF Office in Masonic building
I
’
les
Armstrong
who
shot
and
tures of
least 100 legal school
—
meet two annual installments he
ing services every second Sunday
This paper and The Chicago
voters; if from a district of the sec-j killed Minnie Ensminger near loses his right and all he has paid
at 8 P. M.
Weekly
Inter Ocean 11.50 for one
R. D. Burrow, M- D. ond class(200 school children and Haines, Baker County, some weeks in. Uncle Sam is not giving any­
At the Presbyterian church
less than 1000) at least 50 legal ago has been found guilty of niur- thing away on this irrigation prop­ year. “Special deal”
Physician and Surgeon.
Burns, Rev. A. J. Trwin pastor.
school voters; and if from a district der in the first degree.
osition, as 50 per cent of the Echo
Divine services the third and fourth gW*()Hic<! at Burns Hotel, Rooms. of the third class (less than 200;
and Butter creek homesteaders
A Remarkable
Record.
Sundays of each month at 11a, m. 1 and 2. Calls answered any hour school children) at least 10 legal I
seem to think.
•
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at day or night.
I voters.”
Chamber Iain’s Cough Remedy
The secretary of the Interior,
10 a. in. every Sabbath morning. Burns.
The petition shall request the has a remarkable record. It has contrary to the opinion of manv,
Oregon
| district boundary board to submit been in use for over thirty years, has all power. He orders location
Preaching services at the Baptist
“ I was very poorly and could
at the next annual meeting there­ during which time manv million of the ditch, its survey, construc­
church every Island 2nd Sundays,
hardly get about the house. J was
after to the legal voters of the dis­ battles have been sold and used. It tion and all developments. He re­
tired out ail the time. Then i tried
morning and evening. Sunday p M. JORDAN.
Ayer’a Sarsaparilla, and it only
trict
the
question
of
the
consolida-
has
long
been
the
standard
and
ports
to
congress
at
the
beginning
school every Sunday at 10 a. m. I
took two bottles to make me feel
Practical Land Surveyor.
I tion of such districts. The bound­ main reliance in the treatment of of each session. Tracts can not be
perfectly well.”— Mrs. N. S. Swin­
prayer meeting every Thursday
ney, Princeton, Mo.
Burna,
Oregon,
ary
board
within
10
days
shall
croup in thousands of homes, vet homesteaded in areas of less than
evening.
notify the school boards of the re­ during all this time no case has 40 acres, but the secretary gives
Tired when you go to
Services at Christian Science
spective districts of the petition. ever been reported to the manufact­ notice of the limit of area which
bed, tired when you get
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every g W. MILLER,
Notice of the coming election shall urers in which it failed to effect a he thinks is sufficient for the sup-
up, tired all the time,
Sunday at 11a. m. and 8 p. tn.
be published by the respective dis­ cure. When given as soon as the Dort of each family when the con­
why? Your blood is im-
Service Wednesday evenings at 8. Notary Public and Conveyancer,
trict clerks.
l child becomes hoarse or even as tract for construction of the ditch
Everybody is invited to attend
?ure, that’s the reason,
MnrtRMCM, Deeds, Etc., correctly made.
The vote on the question of con­ soon as the croupy cough appears, , I is let.
these services.
ou are living on the
1 Office at Store.
Burna, Oregon. solidation shall be by ballot.
The it will prevent the attack. It is i
If the Blitter creek enterprise is
border line of nerve ex­
Jorgensen is still to the front
result or the election shall be sent pleasant to take, many children declared unfeasible, the land will
haustion. Take Ayer’s
with low prices. Call and see his
by the district clerk to the bound­ like it. It contains no opium or be restored to general entry under
TO CITRIC A COLII IN ONK l»AV
Sarsaparilla
line of watches, clocks, jewelry, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine ary board within five days and other harmful substance and m.ay ordinary conditions.
quickly cured.
stationery, etc.
Tablets. All druggists refund the shall be canvassed by that board be given as confidently to a baby
Aik y »nr doctor »bit ho thlnki at AyW«
Jorgenson has a complete line of
OABTOFLIA.
Sxri.porlll«. Ho koowi oll «boul thh (rood
money if it fails to cure. E. W. i within 10 days thereafter. If the as to an adult. For sale by H. M,
old f.mlly modlrln«. Follow bU ad.loooud
The Kind You Han Always B mj W
Bren th»
w« will b« iatiafled.
Grove’s signature is on each box. election in each district shall be Horton, Burns; Fred Haines, Har-, stationary; school supplies; books,
J. C. A tkr C o . Lo wall. Mass.
Signatare
favorable
to
consolidation
the
ney.
etc.
25c.
of
Gccr& Cummins
E. 0. T. G. CO.
Tired Out