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Harney Valley Items
BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. JUNE 20. 1903.
A Long Morae-Back Ride.
of water and th* hand of man to
convert it into landscajics of l* au-
Duncan MacRea, one ofourtr.o t
stockmen from the Riv
The desert appesrar.ee of this
¡«seed through town
liariu-y ami Malheur Contiti«-* land oft«'ii tnieleud« lhe stranger in (tenia of Interest G ut tiered From
to the coaviation that it is of but
Cry fur Irrigation.
Jiitlereut l'urta of the Mute.
But the localities
where irrigation is carried ori give
for a car load of broke horses, and
an undeniable evidence of wbat it
also delivered a band of unbroke
Judge William Miller, District ri)By produce. Fruita and vegeta-
About 6.50.000 pounds of wool I
Attorney for the Ninth Judicial bl<-s raised on tiie Malheur River was sold at Shaniko last week at horses for some of hi* neighbors for
District of Oregon, is here from On- have on several occasion* won the prices varying from 12 to 14j which >25 per head was received.
i From Mr. Mac Rea’s ranch to the
tario. and is registered st the Im- first prize* at State lairs, though cents.
Hardware of Every Detcriplion.
railroad i* more than one hundred
perid, *avs the Oregonian of the the profit* on hay are generally so
Robert E. Pointer, a well-to-do miles, yet his thirteen year old
i l"lh inst. He lisa i*een a resident much greater than on other product*
rancher, reriding three miles north daughter, Bessie Mac Rea, and a
fur the |«*t 21 year* of Eastern that but ltUle exportation of the
of Baker City, ba* been missing neighbor girl of about the same
Oregon, and expres»e» an unlimited lattsr ba* yet been made.
since May 29, and it is feared that age, Miss Bessie Miller, rode horse
amount of confidence in the re-
be has been murdered.
back the entire trip and assisted in
sources of tlie southeastern portion are ahnoat identical in their inter-
the herd. These bright
C. B. Corder, manager of the
eels. Each han exceptionally good
of the Htate.
In an interview yesterday he agricultural ami stock-raising re American Sheep-Shearing Com- voung ladies made the Gazette
stated that the prospects are good sources, though the development of pany’a plant, 11 miles east of Bak I othce a call Monday looming and
for the Government’s early aid in the former industry in each is yet er City, wait caught in the flvwheel in conversation about the trip stat
solving the irrigation problem iu in its infancy. In earlier times the of the gasoline engine last Satur ed that they enjoyed their long
ride very much and were not tired
Harney and Malheur counties. For large cattle couqianie*, such as the day morning instantly killed.
in the least. A drive of about
the past two weeks a corps of engi- Lux A Miller Company, had un-
The annual atate encampment of forty miles was made each day,,
' neers in charge of Engineer Newell j limited access to lhe rauge, but of
the G. A. R. will be held in Port and from the ranch to the railroad
liavu been operating al the head of. late years settlors have been crowd-
land from June 24 to 26 inclusive. the public roads were not traveled
the Malheur River to determo the ing them to the wall There is a
And Have One Gent
Following on Juue 27 will be held to exceed three miles, the entire
practicability of establishing a vast gradual change taking place and
Buy a |*>«tal can! ami rend to The New York
the second annual reunion of the distance being made across the
storage reservoir system to bold the advanced civilization is succeeding
Tribune Farmer. New York City, for a free
survivors of the First Oregon Cav hills and range country.—Vale
high water* of spring in check for | frontier life.
alry and the First Oregon Infantry, Gazette.
I use in the dry season.
With the decline of the cowboy
The Tribune Farmer is u National Illustra
U. S. Volunteers.
“According to preliminary sur |>eriod the rest of the State is be-
ted Agricultural Weekly for farmer* and
Program for Celebratioa.
Oregon for the first time in the i
vey« that have le-en made by com gining to realize that Southeaate-n
tbeir faiuiliea, ami *tai>ds at the head of the
petent engineers,” »aid Mr. Miller, Oregon ba» other resources distinct history of the state has a woman 1 Burns will have a three days’
agricultural pre»». The price is 11 00 per
ia evident that the head water* and »eperate from that of cattle- on the Board of Pharmacy. The' celebration Fourth of July week as
year, but if you like it you can secure it with
north fork of the Malheur, raising. And even do w there are woman to nceive this honoris follows:
VoDr own favor it«- local i>ew«|«|x<r, The
River can be drained into Silvie* but tew who really know what a Miss Kittie Harbord. of Salem, I July 2—Two cne-quarter mile
ITEMS, at a bargain.
Both papers >1.50.
who was sppointed on lhe board j vaajuero race*. purse ♦•50 each, and
Valley in Harney County. Thia promising country it is.
Send money and order to The ITEMS.
valley is al«out IS mile* long and
"Ah,” said Mr*. Miller, nodding last week by the governor. She is ’ a special one-quarter mile race free
will aveiage about five miles in his head emphatically.“that country a native of this state and is about forall Harney county horses, purse
width. It is so level that a moder is an empire of bidden wealth. 27 j ears old.
ate sized dam at it* lower end will What it r eds is advertising to
Oregon spends for the education
July*.—Track meet and basket
B> «M Uaras No 70. K ri 1*
make a lake of ila entire area.
bring in the men of industry. It of its children, >12 a year per ball game(girls). Band boys grand
Meets every ThurwUy night.
"In lhe dry season the early needs, too, as I have said, to have capita; Colorado, >11; Illinois, >11; ball iu the evening.
F M Jordan. O. C.
spring waler which could be stored the irrigation capacity enlarged. California. >10; while Kentucky
July 4.—At ten o’clock parade
fl. Mstfrerehead, K ri K M.
in it would be servictable in irri-' and it needs a railroad to bring it expends only >3.32 ; South Caroli followed by literary program at
gating the large amount of lands 1 and its product* in direct contact na. >1.39; Mississippi, >2.06. The i Floral Hall.
BUÌIN8 CIUITEH. KO. <«. O. E K
MeeU •rrotid and fourth Monday U
Imrdoring the lower part of Silvie» 'with the outride world. It will northern states, on the average, ex
Selection, Burns Band.
each month in Maimnir hall, Voegtlv
Reading of Declaration, Mrs. A.
Main St.—op | «urite Bank.
Mm. Maturi* I»r vena, W. M.
lands it would be colk-cted in Mai- but the wealth is there awaiting to education, without counting the
Mr*. Kuril«** n**Mn|*mxi. Ser.
heur Lake and pas* from that into be captured by the people who are universities, as the southern states
Song, Columbia Quartet.
UI HNH MIDGE, NO. 07. A F. <k A. M. pyjAHsnxN a ukaky
lhe south fork of the Malheur Riw j willing to seek it.
Bits of Humor, Mt. Meade.
An Ontario dispatch to the Ore
Merle iialurdav on or ferfom full mom.
er for ure in the fertile valleys! "Its one great disadvantage has
Song, Columbia Quartet.
Qmlited brotliera (ralaraally invited.
W L M<r*4en.
John W Geary,
through which it pusses.
been its lack of transportation fa- gonian of the 12th sav«: The hay I Oratiou, Hon. A. C. Finn.
I . E Kenyon. W. M. F. H. Hinder,
“Mr. Whistler, one of the engi-1 cilitiee. There has yet been no use harvest in this section is just be
Selection, Burns Band.
Hurns. Oregon. nee re who made the preliminary of producing anything beyond that ginning. In some instances the
In the afternoon, a baseball game
BURN8 LODGE, NO. ttt. A. O. U. W.
first crop has improved and the
al residence. Thune 20.
the events for boys under 14
M<wta at liman hall every Friday eve i
tircly practical. If lhe men who tion, with the exception of live- rancher will reap nearly three- years of age. In the eyening, a
ning. Viidling brothers iralernally in-
Time. Magere, W. M. Ch**. N.
are representing the Government stock, for it could not be disposed fourths of a crop, while in other street illumination.
QKKJfl A IIIGUK.
there now arrive at the same con-1 of Not until the road now partly cases the tir-t crop will fall below
elusion it is probable that the thing constructed up the Malheur River half. Some of the ranchers have
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77. I. O O. F.
J. w Higgs.
GREAT MILLINERY SALE!
Mecca every Natnñiav evening, limen’,
will materialize at no distant time.; ¡ b completed and in ojieration, will already sold their entire crop for j Big reduction in Indies’ and Chil
hall. Vielling brother* (r.u-rnally in
A ttorncyi-at- fxi tc,
and if it does it will benefit tliat that part of Oregon be fully appre >6.50 per ton.
Frank O. Jscksoa,' N. G.
dren’s street hacs. and Children’a
(’. G. Mmiih, Mol-retar».
portion of the State more' than anv . ciated by the rest of the State.
The jury in the United States trimmed hats. Don’t overlook one
£^F()(!I<-« in Bank building.
one unfamiliar with the conditions
court at Portland Wednesday of of the greatest bargains ever offered
TUI E VIIll'Ll-:. NO. Irt-S. WOMEN OF I
there can realize."
last week awarded Miss Birdie N. in Burns. Call at the home of
Woodcraft. Meet*-’nd and Oh Tuna
da« at I ho a II'e hall. Mr*. Tillia Jordan.
I The Judge said further that it
McCarthy, a school teacher of ; Mrs. G. W. Cummins.
Mra. lone Whiting.
Wayne, Mich., >22,500 in her
t of reservoirs through the Malheur savs D. L. Beach, of Clover Nook : breach of promise suit against
Oregonian and Items, $‘2.00.
wotary Public, Canyon, but ns the expense wotild Farm, Greenfield, Mass.
Ch tire It Anmruiicrmeiit*.
"A few James Hervford, a wealthy stock-
be great they could only be made days ago I was induced to buy a ■ man of Lake County. Judge Bel
Late, Notarial .and Real Pitale
Sunday School at Harney the
by national aid. An excellent site box of Chamberlain’s Stomach and linger stated that he considered the
first Sunday of each month at 10
for one these is at the Harper Liver Tablets. 1 have taken part verdict excessive and that be would •
o'clock, A. M. On the second,
ranch, which embodies a valley; ofthem and feel a great deal better.” set it aside. Miss McCarthy sued Unhealthy Kidneys Make impure Blood.
third and fourth Sunday* of each
gMF*Offieein Masouic building
seven miles long and two or three If you have any trouble with your for >70,000.
All the blood la your body passes through
month at 3 o’clock I’. M
mile* wide. When the snow melts stomach try a box of these Tablets.
The grand lodge, A. F. and A. M.. your kidneys once every
ing services every second Sunday
The kidneys are your
in the early spring an enormous You are certain to be pleased with j of Oregon, elected the following
purifiers, they fil
at 8 I’. M.
! p M. JORDAN,
ter out the waste or
amount of water tlows away from the result. Price 25 cents. For otlicers at the session held in Port
impurities in the bicod.
At the Presbyterian church i
the higher mountains, and if but sal» by H. M. Horton, Burns: Fred| land last Wednesday: S. M. Yoran
If they are sick or ot*
Practical /xmd Surveyor.
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor. I
of order, they fail to da
a part of this could be retained till i Haines, Harney.
Divine services the third and fourth
summer a vast amount of land now
Pains, aches ar.d rheu
Portland, deputy grand master;
Sunday* of each month at Ila. in.
matism come from ex
overgrown with sagebrush could be
cf uric acid in th«
and 7:30 p. iu. Sabbath school at
blood, due to neglccied
10 a. tn. every Sabbath morning
Bordering the lower Malheur are Bro«., America’s Leading Tailors, liamson. Salem, grand junior war kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
Preaching services nt the Baptist
of acres of rich soil that Chicago. They’re so reasonable in den ; Henry Rose, Portland, grand heat t beats, and makes one feel as tlioujk
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
they had heart trouble because lhe heart is
is uncultivated, but which could prices too. Robinson <t Walton,
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays, I
treasurer, Jas. Robinson, Eugeue. over working in pumping thick, k.dney-
Mortgagm, Deads, Kv- . correctly made.
be made to produce from six to ten will take your order,
morning and evening. Sunday
poi roiled blood through veins and arteries.
Office al store.
It used to be considered that only urinary
tons of alfalfa annually if it could
school every Sunday at 10 t. in.
troubles were to be traced to the kldne/K
The trial of A. C. Palmer, charged bat now modern science proves that nearly
prayer meeting every Thursday
MANAGER WANTED—Trust l’*’ *rr,«Bted tw,ce or ‘J,ree u,,,ei
For a bilious attack take Cham with impersonating a Government all
constitutional diseases have their begin
during the season.
I his soil is
ning In kidney trouble
worth»- lady or gentleman to man- ,
. berlain’s Stomach anil Liver Tab
i formed largely from decomposed
If you are sick you can make no mistake
Services at Christian Science ago business in this County
lets and a quick cine is certain Circuit Court in Portland last by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
. lava enriched by vegetable matter,
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every adjoining territory for
. , ,
For sale by H. M. Horton, Burns ; Thursday afternoon, when the jury and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's
. 1 and combines all the chemical ele-
S»vnnip-Root, tiie great kidney remedy is
Sunday at Ila. iu. and S p. tn. .. favorably
known House of solid
Fred Haines, Harney.
i announced it was unable to agree, soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
Service Wednesday evening* at 8. financial standing. $211.0(1 straight t
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and was discharged. Palmer was and 13 sold on its merits
Everybody is invited to attend cash
salary and exiM-iiHes, paid each
McMullen the photographer
formerly United States Commis by all druggists in fifty-
.' . - ,. , ,
i of that land well watered enn be
cent arid one-dollar siz
Monday by check direct from head-
, ,. .
, posite the bank.
sioner at Prineville, having been es. You may have a
, made to produce a good living for
Expense money ad-
appointed on October 3, 1898, for a sample bottle by mail n«»«r
., anv family. There is an abundance
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
vanoed; position permanent. Ad- .
period of four years. He continued out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
i of tins land yet unclaimed. On I
dress, Thoma* Cooper, Manager, ,
I Baars ths
to act in that capacity for several Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
and table lands of the
& Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.
For Infesta and Childron.
months after the expiration of hie
Malheur River, Bully Creek, U ir
Don’t make anv mistake, but retnrm-
Tin Kind You Haw Always Bought
term on October 3, 1902, and ex her the name. Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmec'e
; low Creek, Owyhee River, and
Thia patier and The Chicago a
Ihl Kind Yoa Haw ihm» Bought ecuted a large number of boine-
Weekly Inter Ocean $1.1,0 for onc| Snake R.ver are miles and miles of
Swamp-lioot, and the address, Bingliaiu-
1 stead and timber filings and proofr. ton, N. Y., or. every bottle.
year. "Special deal”
it awaiting the life-giving element
NEED WATER ONLY
IF YOU ARE A FARMER