Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, July 18, 1903, Image 1

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    Putxlisfaed in
Cr<iite3t Valley of Eastern Oregon.
rhe Oldest and Most
Reliable.
The Best Advertising
Medium.
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Harney Valley Items.
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BURNS, OREGON. SATURDAY. JULY 18. 1903.
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FORTUNO ASLEEP
Geer& Cummins
^c/Wra/v of ivory Doicription.
Ht'UNM,
OKKGON.
IFYOUARE A FARMER
And >«<xv€5 One Oent
Buy a |aisud card and send Co The New Y ork
Tribune Farmer, New Y ork City, for a free
S|MVÍlUCfl Copy.
Th« Tritium* Farmer is a National illustra-
G-d Agricultural Weekly for farmers and
tiieir families, ami stands ul the Lead of the
agricultural pre*». The price is $1 IX) per
year, but if you like it you can secure it with
your own favorii.* local ticwH|>apcr, The
ITEMS, at a bargain. Both pa|s*ra $1 511.
««•ml money and order to The ITEMS.
!.«•«(«« l»lr*cto»j.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
B« HMM IxHHIK No. 70, K i»i r
Mevin every Thunrtiay nijrtit.
r M Jordan. C. C.
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il MrMt’I.LO.
H. Motlirrwhr«l, K oí K K,
PHtlTOGRAPHKR.
Bl'kXN CHAPTER, SO. 4«. O. E. 8
M<oH» ■.’■■»nil and (ourtli Mond«v <>l
carh monili in Maaumc h»ll, Vorgtlv
(wilding
Mr» Munti» Ixvvna, W. M
Mr». Eunic«* Tli.Mii|H»m. Hoc.
BCKNK UHKiK, NO. 117. A F. « A. M.
M« m 4. Huturdsv mi or b.-loro loll moon.
<J>i«hSe<t twuthara fr.o-ruslly invited,
< . E Kmioti. W M.
F. S. Ki<«l<,i.
■any.
Hurns, tlrrirmi.
Main St.—op|s>»ite Bank.
M AMAOKN A UK ANY
U I. Marsden.
John W Gatrj,
/Y'ysirúirií <{• 8*ri|MM.
Will Ghc Itirlh Io Nrw Towu
• 1.60
Y»ar.
• I« Wü«lh« 7.1 < »Nt*.
OREGON NEWS
NO. 34
ty good considering the driwof
I somethin«
like five hundred miles
A dispatch from Baker City says
through the wilderiM-w, over inouii-
the ¿onatriiction of a railroad
! tains and acrocs streams. That
which will open up the rich min­
was nine years iefore Elijah Bria-
4Jo1.l«,n Business Opimrliinily
ing district of Grant County arid Ilenia<XInterrai tjatkere.l From i tow made the first settlement in
U m file Io be l.ost.
J>iir>-re«i< Parta ut lite «tute.
th«* ngriculturxL and grazing lands
I .an«- County.
of Harney mid Malheur Counties is
Secretary of State Dunbar is
—
bouixi to result in the founding of
, having a map made showing tlie
The following article from the u new town somewhere in Grant
The special loard of engimers to location of the state institution« at
Prineville Review touches the key- County that will lie a thriving report on the improvement needed Salem. Blue prints of the map
Already it is at The Dalle« will report for* con­
| note regarding the trade of C-entral business center.
will be kept a*, each of the inititu-
known, several men of a specu- ■ tinuous ship canal and urge an ap­
Oregon:
tions and the original will be kept
“Almost a month has passed since lave turn of mind are on tlie look-1 propriation of $8 (MX),(MX) to $12. in the Secretary'« office. Although
representatives of the Harriman out for a favorable site for such a IXX).O(X).
located ’“at Salem,” the institu­
aysteui of rail roads came into our town.
A contract has been let for build, tion« are a long distance apart.
Numerous railroad «urveys are
j oountry on a lour of inspection, to
ing the new stei-l bridge across th« Visitors can get but a vague idea
m - c and report to that great ni«g- now being made in this new dis­
of their location by such directions
iiale who holds in his power the trict, but it is not certain justi Malheur River, near where it em­ as are usually given, but by referr­
pties
into
Snake
River,
about
two
words that will allow the construc­ wliere the new lines will be built.:
ing to the map, which shows all
tion through those lines which he The most likely proposition is the, miles below Ontario. The cost the roads and distances, a etranger
will
lie
$4
BO.
control!«, a railroad in our midst, extension of the Sumpter Valley
would immediately understand th«
¡and yet from all that cun be learn- road from Whitney to Burns. Itj Good times are rejxirted among direction to take in going to any
is not a bad guess to say that the th«* farmers in the Willamette Val­
'«-«I he is as silent as the tomb.
lone of the institutions. Th«- ma]«
“And while he is thus silent, new town will be built somewhere ley owing to the keen competition . will also beuer-ful in other respect«.
contracts have been let upon the on the line of this extension.
for the purchase of produce, which
Tbd towns already established is giving them the best price the'
line that is entering ()r**g<in from
The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean
Cslifornis, for a further extermi­ i will grow in importance, but the market will warrant.
is
the only weekly newspajieir pub­
nation which will be immediately distance is so great that the neces-' The State Land Board has made
lished
in Chicago in connection
built. Considerable surmising has sity for a new city is apparent to
an order requiring that all pur­ with tlie great daily papers. It
been engageti in since the activity ull. The ehances are that the -Din­
chasers of state land who have $50 contains a judiciously selected
, ha« been displayed in the line i ing interests will dictate the loca­
or lese due upon their certificates summary ot the news of tlie nation
because there will be a de­
i coming from California, mid th«* tion.
I
of sale shall pay the balance and and world, the best stories, home,
for some convenient head
d«-ath like silence of Harriman in mand
I
take deeds to the land.
farm, woman's, and ocher sp^ial
for the mining interest,
; regard to this other extension. ’ quarter«
«
departments,
and fair, patriotic,
The
government
report
of
the;
whether this gentleman is not • when the transportation question I
able
editorials,
written from a Re­
laying a double game and by isMttlad, as it will be when the, wheat crop in the Northwest iu
publican
viewpoint.
It is by* far
i silence, wisher to lull Portland to roail is built. The most available 1902 places the yield at 41,978,435
the
best
general
newsp*]>er
ot the
aleep. while probably he is the townsite in Grant County, along bushels. Of the amount exported.
Western
States.
The
regular
price
' power behind the throne that is the line of the railroad, convenient Portlai.il leads, San Francisco is
for
the
Weekly
inter
Ocean
is
$1,00
i making renewed activity in th«* I to the majority rf the producing J ’ second a.id Puget Sound holds the
and for the Harney Valley Items
extenaiun of tin* California branch. mines will be the site of this new ’third place.
$1.50, but subscriptions will be re­
“Our people throughout
the city.
The American Hare Packing ceived at this office for the two
entire portion of Centrni Oregon,
Early to bed and early to rise and Cold Storage Company, of papers in combination for one year
while not averse to a railroad ,
does very well for sick folks mid Echo, has closed a contract with for only $1.50.
coming into our station from Cal-;
guvs, but it makes a man miss all Harry Rodgers, of Butter Creek. I
ifornia, vet above a'.l thing« want
the ftin till he dies, ami joins the for the deliverv of 10.000 fat, sleek,. Hey! Since you are preparing t»
one which will connect us with
stiffs that have gone to the skies. young bare, beginning the first of' ’commence your harreat how about
our own people, our own stale ind
harnera. team harne»», chain har-
, Go to beil when you please and lie next September.
our own center of trade mid com-'
ne»n, »traps, lines, breeching, col­
ut vour ease, you'll die just the
During the last three months, ac­
uierceal interests.
We want a
lar», etc. J. C. Welcome & Sow
same with some Latin disease.
cording to the quarterly report of'
road to connect us with Portland, i
can fit you out with every thing in
Superintendent James, the number
whether that be by an extension of1
I thia line. They are also the
For
a
bilious
attack
take
Cham
­
I
convicts at the Oregon state prison
the Columbia Southern, the Oregon
tnaken« of the lirMt »addles on the
Pacific, or some entirely new road, berlain'* Stomach and Liver Tab­ has decreased from 317 to 306. | coast.
it matters not which, yet a road we lets ami a quick cute is certain The number received was 32: dis- j
For sale by H. M. Horton, Burns; charged, 40 ; died, 1; ran away, 1 ;1 His Life Saved by I'hamberlaiti.a
want.
sent to asylum, 1.
Colic, Cholera anti Diarrtioea
“If Portland will wake up and Fred Haines, Harney,
Him, Oregon.
Remedy.
see that a line is built into Central
Friends of the iniative and refer-1
Il’s a real pleasure to wear the
‘
‘
B.
L.
Bver,
a well known cooper
Oregun whether with or without
fine lilting clothes made by Strauss endum are laying plans for their of this town, savs hebelievesCham-
Harriuiun, Central Oregon will do
Bros., America’s Leading Tailors, pet hobby providing the Supreme berla’n’s Colic, Cliolera and Diar­
QIUG« 4 IIKIUK.
iu part and furnish the traffic and
Chicago. They're so reasonable in Court decides the referendum is rhoea Remedy saved hie life lai*
passenger
travel
to
make
it
pay
IIARNKY UIIHiF. SO.
I o <1 F.
prices too. Bobinson A Walton, not legally adopted. If defeated summer. He had been sick for a
J- * H'«»
Halton Hire*
from th« very beginning.
Mercs every KaUwdsv evening, Ir.isn'e
they will pledge Legislative candi­
will take your order.
month with what the doctors call
Usti. Visiting bciithers (rsternally in­
A t f o ntr y*- <1f • /xi w ’ «
“W<* have the country, rich in
dates to call a constitutional con­
vitad.
Frank <>. Jackson,1 N. li.
bilious dysentery, and cotil«! get
NVRNH. OKKGON.
everything nnd when once trans-
C. G. Hsuih. KccreUry.
GREAT MILLINERY SALE! vention in order to get prompt nothing to do him any good until
portation is givenjus, it will be cul­
^Ofticr in Bank building.
Big reduction in Ladies’ and Chil­ action.
he tried this remedy. It gave iiinx
TI’I.K I'llD'I.E. x<l l«i. WOMEN OF
tivated and made to produeo crops.
Charles A. Jensen, of the De­ immediate relief." says B.T. Little,
dren’s street hats, and Children's
U’lesicraft. Meets 2nd an*l till Titea­
It would appear to one that Port­
da« »tllniaii sh.lt Mrs. Titti « .l.inlsn.
trimmed hats. Don’t overlook one partment of Agriculture, bureau of merchant, Hancock. Md. For sale
^yu.i.i «us a ruxuKKii.n
Mrs. lane Wluting.
tiuanlian.
land, situated ns she is, having
of the greatest bargains ever offered soils, has been sent out to make a by H. M. Horton, Burns; Fred
('let*.
such a country tributary to it of
(hornton William».
M. Filmerai«!.
in Burns. Call at the home of survey of the soils of BakerCountv. I Haiues. Harnev.
boundless resourct*«, begging for
AtU>me)-at law,
- Notary Public.
Church Aniimimemi'iiti*.
He has established his heailquar-;
Mrs. G. W. Cummins.
transportation facilities tlmt will
ters
at Haines, and is now actively Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
/zite,
Notarial
anil
Real
fatate
Sunday School at Harney th«*
I u nite ns in a firmer bond of busi­
and Doa’t Know it.
engaged
in the work. It is thought
WAGONS! WAGONS *
Practice.
first Sunday of each month nt 10
ness fellowship, instead of sitting
Bow To risk O«t.
this is one of tlie preliminary steps
We
will
sell
you
a
Mitchell,
•'clock, A. M. On the second,
Hurns, Oregon.
idly with folded hands while we
Fill a boltlo or common gfaas «nth your
to Government-aided irrigation.
Rushford
or
Webber
Farm
Bed
third ami fourth Sundays of each
water aud lei it stand twentydour boors; a
are asking that which will build
fW*i'(lice in Masonic building
aedhnent or set­
Preach-
month at 3 o'clock P. M
The Drovers’ Journal-Stockman
her up in a few years to greater Wagon ;
tling indicates as
3j
Steel
Skein
$S5.C0
ing services every second Sunday i
—
.
unhealthy cjnA-
reports
that
the
first
grass
sheep
’ proportions than nil else will, and
V’tion ci the kid­
90 00
at 8 I*. M.
31 „
of the season were sold at South
p M JORDAN,
letting another road silently enter
neys; if it stains
105.00
your linen it is
3Î „
Omaha, June 23. Most of them
At the Presbyterian church
these confines which by right are
evidence of kid­
Send your orders to us, 0. C. Co were from Idaho and Oregon and
Practical hand Surrcyar.
Burns. Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
tiers and take all away, would
ney trouble; to*
frequent desire te
Mura.. Oregon. , awake from her lethargy and be
were very good «beep. Charles
Divine services the third and fourth
pass it or pain in
Stomach Trouble.
Hammons, of Hailey, Idaho, had
Sundnysof each month at It a. iu .
the back is alss
up mid doing.
i
n\v
“
I
have
been
troubled
with
coavtacing
proof
that
the
kidneys
and blad­
seven carloads of his own sheep
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at
"Y’et unless Portland does this
der aie out of order.
stomach
for
the
past
four
yei
•ar«,
g
W
MH.I.Kit.
and
the
same
number
for
Frank
10 a. tn. every Sabbath morning
thing the time is fast and surely
What to Do.
savs I). L. Beach, of Clover Nook Gooding; 835 Oregon ewes and There is comfort in the knowledge sa
’
approaching
when
our
trade
will
be
Preaching services nt the Baptist
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
diverted, nnd when once diverted Farm, Greenfield, Mass. “A few wethers averaging 86 pounds, sold Root, the c>eat kidney remedy fuifilis every
church every Island 2nd Sundays,
in curing rheumatism, pais in the
Mnrt|ia<e«, Deed«, Ktr., correr« I v made.
will be hard to recover, if ever re­ days ago 1 was induced to buy a at $4.00 per cwt; 1,759 Idaho weth­ wish
morning and evening. Sunday
kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
liox of Chamberlain’s Stomach and ers, averaging 108 pounds, sold at back,
Office «I Store.
Murn«, Oregon. covered.’’
ft
the
uiinary passage. Il corrects inability
•choolevery Sunday at 10 a. in.
Liver Tablets. I have taken part $4 40, and 612 Idaho lambs and to hold water and scalding pain in passing
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prayer meeting every Thursday
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
MANAGER WANTED—Trust­
In Huntington last Sunday oftliem and feel a great deal better.” yearlings averaging 87 pounds, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpieasand
evening.
worthy lady or gentleman to man­ Jason Hunter, of Drewsey, deliver- If you have any trouble with your sold at $5.25, the top price paid on necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day. and to get up many timer
Services at Christian Science age business in this County ami I ed to an eastern buyer 74 head of stomach try a box of thi*se Tablets. that market that day.
during the night. The mild and the extra­
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every adjoining territory for well and I as fine horses as ever came off an Y'ou are certain to lie pleased with
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soot
was first rea'ared. It staids th« highest for iu won­
The
Willamette
valley
Sunday at Ila. in. and 8 p.m. favorably known House of solid Eastern Oregon range. The ani­ the result. Price 2.5 cents. For
derful cures of the most distressing eases.
Service Wednesday evenings at 8. financial standing. $20.<X) straight mals weighed from 1200 to 1-tlM) sal? by 11. M. Horton, Burns: Fred I stocked with cattle in 1837. In If you need a medicine you should nave the
that year a pool of $4000 was 8110- best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l sizes
Everybody is invited to attend cash salary and ex|M*nses, paid each
pounds each—Huntington Herald. Haines, Harney.
scribed by eleven member« ol the You may Lave a saunpie hottie cd thia
these eervices.
wonderful
diaoovery
Monday by check direct from head­
French settlement between Oregon and a book that tells
An exchange says many a wife
Oregonian and Item». 12.00
quarters.
Expense money ad­
City and Salem, and several of more about it. both sent
is loitering around home fooling
absolutely free by mail,
vanced; |*oaitioi> permanent. Ad­
CASTOTIXA.
their number went south to the address Dr. Kihuer & n«. w Wuv
dress, Thomas Cooper, Manager, away time with a washtub or
th»
/> II* Ni’i I”1 H”8 *Iw8« MM Sacramento valley, where they pur­ Co.. Binghamton. N. Y. When writing men­
' I splitting wood while her husband
tion reading llua generous offer In this paper.
For Infanta and Children.
1030, Caxton Bldg , Chicago.
chased 830 head at about five dol­
is hard atwoik worrying his brain
Don’t make any mintuke, lait remem­
Til KM Yw Kivi Always Bought
CA«TOTIIA
lars and a half a head, Mexican ber the name, 8»am|i-Root, Dr. Kittiier”«
to keep the other fellow from B»»r« th»
__ H*8 II»
K|ni) Kind
I88 You
Haw Haw
*lw! llwaB Bought
This paper and The Chicago
cattle, of course. They got home Fwarop-ltoot, and the addiees, Buqtluua-
I shutting out liis long suit in a solo
I
Weekly Inter Ocean $1.50 for one
“‘IT
with abont six hundred head, pret- t«n. X. Y’., o» every barflde.
'hand.
“Special deal"
I yea».
Hl'KXN LOOGH, NO. «J. A. <». I’
W.
Meets »I Brown listi evsrv Friday evr-
tnnr
Vitalias lirother« Ir.trrnally in-
vtud. Tboe Magsra, W. M. Clise X.
C.Miirtne. Kxxawder.
CASTOR IA
»Ilice st resi.troce.
'Pilone 20.
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