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PabUshod in th«
Cii aatojt Valley of Eastern Oregon.
I ho OijJwst and Moat
The Best Advertising
BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST I. 1903.
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EASTERN OREGON PATTI C
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Mi» Monili* 7.*i < « nl«.
smussili «■«.*—i s
Buys Merrill la Still
Adispntch from Baker City dated
July •_’.’.':d savs: A large lot of grad
|ta‘i,r' i,v-<,r- July 2"*-Twn
ing machinery and camp equipage,
LA I ILL «•x-convii'.s. (¡Hie and Barclay, who
t< r tr>* grading contractors on the
served a tcn-ycars’ sentence in the
penitentiary at Salem, and who 11« in« öl' I nt«* rent Gat1i«'rcil I'rom Sumpter Valley extension has Isen
llill. r. nt Parla of the Stale.
received from Utah and the work
were there when Tracey and Merrill
>r n iteiivj
».«-.J. t.-ll no interesting story to
<>f extending the road is now well
tin ier wav. About 15 miles of <be
the effect that Merrill is still alrve.
exten-i n will be completed this
Gale, who wa» formerly a resident
The estate of the late H. V.’.
season and next season the exten
of this county, tell, the r'ory.
Corbett bus been appraised at over
sion will be pushed on to Burns, in
C. J. Millis <>. IL X N. livestock
$2,000,000. The widow may con
Harney County. The extension to
agent, him been traveling over
test the will.
Hardman) of Evory Description.
be n.nde this year will open up a
well. Merrill, be says, had very
Eastern On-gon and looking into
('. W. Griffith, u prominent yomg large new mining territory.
little hair on his bresst. Merrill
the livestock Industsy.
had two upper false teeth and two man of Eugene, cominitte'l suicide
He finds livesttick conditions gold ones in front. The body of la**t week by jumping into the Government Taking Elevations.
very satisfactory, with the excep the man which was brought in uud Willamette River.
Mr C. H. Semper and party who
tion of the congestion of the ranges J buried us Merrill’s had a heavy
The «lirector* of the Lewi* and have been engaged in running a
There i* mor«' stock in the country growth of hair on the breast and Clark Fair la«*t Friday elected
level up the Malneur river from
than liny, mid larger shipments all the upper front teeth were four. H. W. Scoit, preaident, and H. W.
Vale io the Harger ranch have
than were made th.* spring are Gale rays that the man supposed Goode, ¿1 rector-general.
completed their work and returned
exiH*cte«l to I»' made Ibis full, in ' to be Merrill was decoyed to the
The belt crop in the vicinity of to town rays the Vale Gazette,
order to relieve the situation.
ulace where he was killed and shot
Union i* raid to be almost an en Mr. Semper informs us that the
Following the large sbipmetits of' by both Tracey and Merrill.
failure. This will probably elevation of the Harj>er is 2504
hors«» from Ontario and LaGrttule
Merrill, according to Gale’s story,
the run of La Grande sugar feel. The elevation here in Vale
to ABu-rlii, other shipments of a wished to leave the country, but
is 2255 feet, thus making the Har-
like nature will be made from Tracey was at.xiomi to meet a
per 2b‘.i feet higher than VaJe.
Eastern Oregon jMiints, suon, to woman whom he knew and who
Grasshopper* are said to lie in
When Mr. Semper and party
iiK-ct th«- great demand for Ameri hovered around his neighborhood gnat numbers on the farm of L. C
-A.nd Knve One Oent
made their origii.ul survey this
can horse* in C iiiim «I u .
all the time he was keeping up the Stratton four miles northeast of spring, they did not have the iron
Buy it |s»tal cani ami send to The New York
There is no local movement of running fight with the officers.
Albany. Or. A field of clover
Tributi«' Farmer. New York Citv, for a free
j osts toset, marking the elevations,
been eaten out in patches.
but now the jsists have arrived and
cattle are coming north, many of- Thirteen desperate convict* at
Tile Tribune Farmer is a National Illustra-
Rube Mirton. a son of J. A. Mor the party will go back over tie
which will iin<l their way into Ore th«- state jieniteutiury at Folsom, ton, a pioneer resident of Ma'.heur
ted Agricultural Weekly for farmers ami
work setting an iron post, with the
gon ranges. Mr. Millis isconfldcnt California, mad«.* their escape Mon-, County was drown in the Owyhee’
their families, and stands ut the head of the
inscribed thereon, at in
that only .50 per cent of the stock !
agricultural press. The price is $1 (X) j«r
day by overpowering and capturing River, 45 miles from Ontario, last tervals of every three miles.
wa» moved out of Oregon this year «■)< ven officials ami guard*. One: Tuesday while swimming some
year, but if vou like it you cun secure it with
that should have been moved, in I guar<t was k.lled and several severe cattle across.
your own favorite local newspaper. Ilio
ImproAeni.'iit*. at Fair Ground«».
to make the number remain-1 ly wouiuied. A number of the i
ITEMS, at a bargain. Both jmjier* $1 50.
3 he State Board of Agriculture
log corre»|H>nd to the size of the captured officials were released b«jt:
Send money and ot«ier to Th«* I TEMS.
makiog a number of needed
Oregon hay stuck this winter.
the remainder are still held by morning and then turned tbe weap
at the state fair
All the old hay in the state
the ccuvict* and it is thought they on ujkiii himself. Both «lied al-
grounds this year. A new water
will be murdered. A fight with the]
is short in some localities, Many convicts shortly after their ei-eape nost instantly. Jealousy was the system costing I54XX) is being put
in which will add much comfort to
buyers who came to Oregon last resulted the death of or.«* and the cause of the killing.
Bi as» 1-oiHii X«i 70, K of I'
v SjK/ M«»'ls eirrv Diunuiai night.
the exhibitors and campers. More
I spring to l<*a«i trains with sheep,
II HrWI LIKN,
serious wounding of another.
Z ' '
i M lerdan.C C
returned home empty hande«i on
sent remonstrances to the Govern new stalls are being built to better
M.«Hi«*ralii*a<l. K ol B. K.
accommodate the large number of
account of the very high jiricea at
A number of jmlitical reformers or petitioning against a commuta exhibitors that are preparing to
BI'KNH t’UAPTt K, .«» 4«. •> E H
are in session at Denver, Colorado, tion of tbe sentence of W. I*. Pea come to the fair. A large ampitbe-
Mr. Millis looks for a heavy
Merli, rr.in.l atei fuurtli Motwiav 'rf
trying 'o effect the organization of I cock. the mu-derer, who is under uter is being built, where visitors
... I, monili in M»Miir lidi, \ «»«gtll
a new reform partv. The populists sentence to be hung.
Mr* Mainò«* l.even», W. M. ».ME"Main St.—op|»osiic Bank.
can be seated and witness the live
Mra. Runica rinMi>|>*wn, S».*,
The papal legation at Washing
are said to I m * heading the new
stock judging under cover, Many
fornia continues to grow. This is
ton has receiv«d notice from Rome
minor improvements are being
but th«* second year of this market
BURNS 1.OIHÍF, NO. w7, A. F. >< A. M. M IM4PF..X A GKAKY
of the apjiointment of Rev. Charles
n.:. ie on the ground*, and every
Meria Saturday on or ls*lure lull noaui.
mid it has already a-sumed very
J. O R ielly of Portland, Ore., as
S tate ok O hio ,C ity of T oledo .!
lpl«lirt.**l I>r*xli«*ra (ratertially invited,
W I. Mar*sA*it.
John W Geary.
thing is being dene to make a visit
gr< at projiortions
bishop of the new diocese in East
i . F Krnyuli. W. M.
F. S. Ri«**lrr.
L i ' s «' as Cot sty .
to the fair a jdeasant event and a
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ern Oregon, of which Baker City joy forever.
Burns, Oregon. Tlioilsnnils of Acre* Iteadj l<»r
he is senior partner of the firm of is the headquarters.
l'.i RNM 10tM»l MO ■«■,. i <i t U
g^^*lli!i<e* at n***i«l<*n<-e. ’4'I mmw JO,
F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business
Meets a< Brown hall evorv Frldav eve
George E. Boo«e, of the Uuited vol KNOW WHAT HIT ACKT4KING
Visiting brillier» fraternally in-
States Geological Survey. Wash When vou take Grove’s Tasteless
vt»*«f. Ties« Sagera, W. M. Ctiwa. N.
1 n the sixteen counties of Ea fit-
State aforesaid, and that said firm ington D. C., will make a complete Chill Tonic Iwcause the formula is
« oaliraiiv, Recordar.
gl'''*' A HIGGS.
ern Oregon are 3,000,(M>0 acres of will pay the sum of One Hundred
report of mining in Eastern Oregon plainly printed on every bottle
Il IBXF.Y MilMiK, NO. 77. 1 <» <> F.
arid land, 90 fier cent of which i* Dollars for each and every case of showing production, cost of oj>er- showiigtbat it is simjily Iron and
J W Hit?».
M««eis ccrv Saturday «welling, lini»n’a
Catarrh that cannot lie cured by ation. wages, etc. By act of Con Quinine in a tasteless form. N’«
tillable under irrigation.
halt. Viaiiing Imilliera iraUwnally in
f rank O. JackatM,' N. li.
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
gress tuineownera are compelled to Cure, No Pay. 50c.
III HM. IIKtllOS.
t!. ti. Siili « II, tk*vret ary.
Frank .1. Chenev.
furnisn desired information under
^Otllce in Bank building.
Sworn to before me and subscrib penalty.
estimat'd that 30,000 acres more
For a bilious attack take Cham
TUI K CIBCLK NO I«. WOMKN Ol
W<»4. raft. M«*et» Jn.l and 40» Tuo»-
berlain’s Stomach ami Liver Tab
can la* covered by local ditch ed in my pr«.*sence, this 6th day of
A Baker City dispatch of the 23rd
it Brown's hall Mrs Hills Jordan,
companies and private enterprises. December, A. D. 1S86.
lets and a quick cure is certain
GMII.lt AMS .* niZGKKAl.il
»Ira. lune Whiling.
Henry Blackman, of Heppner
A. W. Gleason,
For sale by 11. M. Horton. Burns;
The remainder of the <3,000.000
M. Fl tiger aid.
Notary Public. is her«* gathering samples of wool Fred Haines, Harney.
acres prisent too many difficulties
for an exhibit to be made of Oregon
< Im cell Atinouiicemciita.
lor private capital and must be re
wools at St. Louis and at tbe Lewis 30 YOU GET UP
hnr, Notarial and Reul Ertale
claimed by the government or
Sunday School at Harney the
and Clark Exposition. Already
first Sunday of each month nt l<>
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Lksoil and mucous surfaces of the Mr. Blackman has secured a num
The government hydrographer,
o'clock, A. M. Ou thè second,
system. Send for testimonials, free. ber of handsome samples, but he is
F. H. Newell, in his report to Con
thir<i and fourth Sundays of each f
KMscy TrouMe Makes You Ulserablg.
> Ilice in Masonic building
F. .1. Cheney «V Co.. Toledo, O. anxious to obtain a lot more, in
gress, shows that all the arid land
month at 3 o'clock I». M
Almost evsr.’body who reads the news
order that the showing may be
Sold by all Druggist, 75c.
of Eastern Oregon is susceptible to
ing service* every second Sunday I
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
complete in every particular.
cures made by Dr.
irrigation by the storage reservoir
at H P. M
p M JORDAN,
, Kilmer’s Swam^Root
Secretary of State Dunbar rejwrts
the great kidney, liver
His Life Suv. i| by Chamberlain.« to State Treasurer Moore that out
and bladder remedy.
It is the great medi
of 8500domestic corjiorations. 1063
cal triumph of the nlns-
Burna, Oregon, high mountains of Eastern Oregon
Divine services the third an«l fourth |
1 toenth century: dis-
ia sufficient to reclaim double the
“B. L. Byer, a well known cooper are now authorized to transact bus
Sundiiys of each month at 11a. tn.1
, covered af:er years if
scientific research ly
of this town, says he believes Cbam- iness. Of foreign companies, 46
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at i
Dr. Ki mer, the emi
irrigation if stored and applied berhi’ii'«* Colic, Cholera and Diar have rejiorted, and 50 more are ex-
nent kidney and blad
IO a. in every Sabbath morning
scientifically. The contour of th«* rhoea Remedy saved his life last jiected to do so. The capitaliza
der specialist, and 1«
Preaching survices nt the Baptist j Notary Public and Conveyancer,
rjccescful in promptly curing
country and the gradually sloping summer. He had been sick for a tion of the domestic corporations is v.or.dorfttlly
la: -.3 ba.'!-., I.idn ?;•. b■ adder, uric acid trou
church every 1st and 2nd Sunday*.1 Mortgage», l»et*ii«. Ktc., correctly inaile,
form month with what the doctors call $•">29 830,272, on which the tax is ble 3 ar. 1 Bright’1: Dice ■ which is the word
morning and evening. Sunday
cf kidney trouble.
The foreigners have paid for.n
office al Klure.
Burna. Oregon. natural highways for caiiHls from bilious dysentery, and could get $46.79o.
Dr. Kiiricr’s Sv.’.-.mp-Root is not reo-
school every Sunday at 10 a. til.j
the water sources to the arid nothing to do him any good until in $7500. Those yet to report will cmm. nu.'dforc. -rytningbutifyou have kid
; cr bladder trouble it will be four.4
prayer meeting every Thursday
M A NAG E R W A NTE1)—Trust plains, make Eastern Oregon the he tried this remedy. It gave him swell the figures to near the $80,- J.ist the remedy yo.i need. It has been testa*
i ■ o i.... y ways, in hog>ft.nl work, in private
worthy lady or gentleman to man most perfect irrigation site on the immediate relief.’’ says B.T. Little, OOu mark.
11.1. tie . among the helpless too poor to pur-
Services at Christian Science age business in this County and Coast.
merchant, Hancock. Md. For sale
J. B. Stoddard has transferred ch.i relief and has provej so successful ia
every care that a special arrangement has
Another favorable feattire of the by 11. M. Horton, Burns; Fred
Hull, corner «'list of the Bank, every | adjoining territory for well and
his holdings in the Sumpter Lum- been taade by which all rezdsrs of thispspor
Sunday at Ila. m. and 8 p. tn. favorably known House of solid arid districts of Oregon is that the Haines, Harner.
have not all'a.ly tried It. miy have c
Company to Henry Hewett. Jr. of
st tplo bottle s' it free by mall, also a book
Service Wednesday evenings at 8. financial standing. $20.00 straight land suscejitible to irrigation lies
Tacoma. for a consideration of t.-ilii: ■ rn ;e r.l out Swamp Root and hovr ts
Everybody is invited to attemi cash salary and exjienaes, paid each in large bodies, and continuous
McMullen the photographer Of. about $40,000 cash. This deal in find out if you havo kidney orbladdertrouble,
l.’lic t writing mention rcadnig tlris generous
Monday by check direct from head- tracts, so that one main system of posite the bank.
eludes all of Stoddard’s title to offer in this pap.r and
Expense money ad- canals and reservoirs can be made
the sawmill, timber lands, w i t h send your address to
Dr. K timer & Co.,
vniiced; (Misition permanent. Ad- to cover the fcrgntest possible area.
the exception ofa few claims, all hainlon, N. Y. The
, dress, Thomas Cooper, Manager, It does awav with the cost and B»«n th«
the buildings and machinery of reguiar fifty cent and t«*wof
1'ollar sicca are sold by ell good druggists.
labor of building so many central Signatare
i 1030, Caxton Bldg , Chicago.
For Infanti and Children.
the planer mill, dry kilns, sheds in
Don’t make anv mistake, but resneim-
sites for distribution.
the lumber yard, and a lease for h« r the rame, Swamp-Boot, Dr. Kilmer's
The Kind You Have Always Bought
This pnjier mid The Chicago
one vear of the ground on which Swamp-Root, ami the uildre«*, Birgliuau-
Weekly Inter Ocean $1.50 for one]
ton, N. Y., on i very teftk".
these art* situated.
Oregonian nini Itemi«, $2.00
bignutui e of
yeai. "Special deal"
IF YOU ARE A FARMER
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