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Harney Valley Items
BURN8. OREGON. SATURDAY. AUGU8T 15. 1903.
will lx> willing ti abandon their
take a C hance
contention that small o[M-rators
must keep out after the fences are
Eastern Oregon Growers Will
down is a serious qu«*stion, but one
Hlsk Winter. leather Thun
that will not come up fur some I tenia of Inter«*«! Gather««! From
Different Part« of the Htate.
Eustrrn Oregon Htockmei Obey
Il is not believed that stockmen
A dispatch to the Oregonian of
will be inconvenietio-d much this
> the 8tb ears: If the coming Win
season by the action of the Govern-
Frederick Hteiwer, an Oregon ter is severe and of long duration,
i ment in ordering down the unlaw
there will probably be a heavy loss
As a rule, it is the pioneer of 1850, <ii«xi at bis borne of cattle throughout Eastern Ore
Eastern Oregon slocktumwiil. ful fences.
policy of the growers to feed upon in Kaleni last Thursday, aged 75 gon. In this locality and in this
apparently, obey tbe orleroflhe
Hardvaro of Evary Dotcription.
the Federal lands, reserving their years.
region generally there will be as
Interior Deportment to teir down own holdings for Winter and Fall
From information reoeived at
large a hay crop as is usual, but
the fences thal enclose public lands, pasturage
If this plan has been Canyon City last Friday it is evi. " there is but little old bsy on hand,
Those u|>on generally following, the stockmen dent that serious range trouble is as it was used up during last sea
saya the Oregonian,
whom reports have Iieen made will not find themselves in need of brewing at Paulina Valley. It is son. which was a bard one.
have obeyed instructions, and greater ranges until next Spring, however, deuied at Prineville.
H heri there is a large reserve of
thousands of acres of public lands At that time, according to Federal
The state board of health is
will be thrown open again this Fall, officials, they will have to take making an investigation into tbe pared for any emergency, but it is
A large part of the territory in-' their chances on obtaining grazing death of Mrs. Geo. M. Lease.
«be probable many will reduce their
eluded in the itinerary of the privileges on the public domain.
was attended by an osteopatbist herds, if they can get a suitable
s|>ecial agent 1« understood to be
and she died for want of proper price for them.
already often, but a auisll portion
| Cattle buyera have been trying
will lie fenced in until this season's
Man born of woman is of few ! A repreeentative of tbe Harri-10 profit by the condition of ranch-
crops ere gathered.
I days and full of bullet«.
man immigration bureau of Port-. era
purchase cattle at a reduced
Edward Dixon, the special agent i jf
the land is in Baker County preparing price, but are not meeting with
until | tomorrow
of the Interior Department, in ' feuj you can gtart 1<x]By.
a list of farms which are for sale success as a rule. Stockmen say
charge of the work, lias not lieen
A guu in the hand is worth two in that section. The list will be there is really no necessity for their
able to go over more than 20 per in ihe hip IMX.kei«.
Buy a postal card and send to The New York
presented to prospective settlers disposing of cattle at less than val-
tbe land. He was called
Tribune Farmer. New York Citv, for a free
Dead men guard no jails.
ue, for the loes by a hard Winter
frotn the East.
away from tbe work by other duties, ■ A poor feud is belter than none.
Canyon City is to have anew is
i but is to return to Eastern Oregon ' To shoot is human ; to forgive a
Tlic Tribune Farmer is a National llluatra-
and up-to-date school building that
within a few days.
t«-d Agricultural Weekly for farmers and
will be a credit to the towu. “ The. ‘hH “C88ioned by • «le
It is likely that tbe special agent
their families, and stands at the head of the
Order is heaven's first flaw.
school authorities are advertising
will be in the field until the cold
The price is f 1.00 per
God gave us bushes that there for bids for its construction. The u
caUle were reCF,)tl-v bought
weather drives hint out. It may might be
year, but if you like it you can secure ¡1 with
ambushes.—Chicago building will be two stories high here by * , Seattl° firm al * low
lie he will be able to complete hie Tribune.
vour own favorite local newspaper. The
and will bare four class and rocita-1 W,C*’ but * Uler boyer W88 unable
task by that time, but if he still
ITEMS, at a bargain.
Both papers II.SO.
tion rooms. Its cost will be about I J° obU,n ior le88 lbau re«ul“r nlar-
‘finds more work to be done it will
“Ab," he said to her over their
Send money and order to The ITEMS.
be taken up next Spring.
ice cream, “it is very sweet, but
Both the Oregon Short Line and TOf KXOV WHAT YOV AKKTAB1NQ
The work of compelling the stock- not bo sweet as you.’’ “It '• soft,”
Union Pacific railroads hsve an When you take Grove’s Tasteless
public lands is being prosecute«! by soft as you." “And it is cold,” he nounced that hereafter, owing to Chili Tonic because the formula is
Iti UK» I oihik No. 70, K o( I*.
the United Slates Attorney's Office, concluded,“but not so cold as you.” the prevalence of “scabby’’ sheep plainly printed on every bottle
Meri, every Tliur«<iay eight.
among tbs flocks of the west, they (8howug that it is simply iron and
I in conjunction with tbe special
F. M. Jordan, C. C.
will refuse to carry over their road ' Quinine in a tasteless form. No
If yov can’t enjoy jokes during
H. Motlimliriul, K <•! It. H.
Il is declared that prosecutions will thia hot weather, just wait until consignments of sheep not accom- J Cure, No Pay. 50c.
follow in tbe event any of the stock- next winter wbeu you can cioss . panied by clean bills of health
ItCItNN CHAPTER. NO. «0. O. E. H.
Meet« «e.-onrl an<l fourth Monday <4
men refuse to obey the order or are the ice and heir all kinds of funny Animal Industry.
Red . FrOnt
7 barn 18
each month in Maiomic liait, Voegtlv
building Mr« Maggie la*«ena. W. M.
catering to its patronage and hap
Since the work cannot be com
Mr«. Eunice T1i<Mn|mun, See.
Mrs. ( !ara Batchelder, wife of improved its livery service. Feed
pleted until late in the fall, it is
Speech is silver—and the free iieorge Batchelder, of Lakeview, by the day or month at reasonable
Bt'tlNH LODGE, NO. 97. A. F. A A. M. M a Brinesa osAsr
not likely taere will be any further and unlimited coinage thereof is drowned herself bv jumping into . rates.
Meet« Saturday on or before lull moon.
Klamath Riverfront the bridge at!
extensions of time,
The officials something terrific.
Qualified brothers fraternally invite.1.
W L. Mar»<t«n.
John w Q«ary.
Klamath Falls last Friday night. I
< E Krru.in, IV. M
F. S. Itie l- r.
McMullen the photographer op
Plajtician» <C Surgeon».
I ined to allow such settlers as had S tate of O hio ,C ity of T oi . ei > o .!
She had been in ill health for sev-1
Burns, Oregon, crops on Government land an op
eral months and had become de
HI RNS LODGE. NO «». A. O. I’. W
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ranged mentally. She and her hns
’Oilice at residence. '1'lione 20.
Meet« «I Hrown ball av«ry Friday eve
PUTS AND CALLS.
that fences should come down when *,e >8 senior partner of the firm of I band were enroute home from Cali-1
ning Vimm« brothers fraternally in-
v‘l«d. Ttuw Hagers, W. M. Ch*«. N.
Moxxr is a magnetic factor in so
harvesting was completed.
The F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business fornia and had stopped at Klamath
qiouu a timos.
special agent will now go over! *n the City of Toledo, County and Falls to visit her parents. Mr. and ciety.
B atbixo suits are still classed as dry
much of the territory after the State aforesaid, and that said firm Mrs. Paul Breitenstein.
HARNEY IXMnlE. NO. 77. I <> O F.
J. W. lite««
Mestaevery Haturdav evening, Brown’«
“A R ixocio Srgaca"—a proposal at
crops are in, «nd he will be ex- «-ill pay the sum of One Hundred
Silver Lake it is said, possesses marriage
hall. Visiting brother« frjtwnully in
A ttoTMyi-af-La it ,
Frank O. Jackam,1 N. G.
Anvtca is “shaken" quite as often as
the distinction of being fartherest
C. G. Hniiili, Hecrotary,
down while he is on the ground.
Catarrh that cannot tie cured by
away from a railroad of any post- it is taken.
O^POttlce in Bank building.
This determination to compel the use of Hall’s Catarrh Cure,
A nimate -Facta »«wi Figures-—the
office in the United States, ’ While oldest inhabitanL
TI’I.E CIRCLE. NO. 1<*S. WOMEN OF
Wuoiirralt. Mee!« 2nd «nd 4th Tries-
this may or mav not be true, says
Y kstkkdays have considerable influ
J«« «1 Brown'« hall. Mrs. Tillie Jordan,
; take down their fences immediate-
Sworn to before me and subscrib-
the Bend Bulletin, Silver Lake is ence over to-morrows
Mrs. lone Wliitii«.
ly grows out of the fact that any ed >n nly presence, this 6th day of
I t is the spongy head that swells with
180 miles from Shaniko by the the rain of prosperity
Thornton William a,
other action would necessitate u December, A. D. 1886.
mail route, and about 225 miles
Attorn«)-at I aw ,
notary Public, second visit, and the fences can be
A. \\ . Gleason.
From the nearest;
removed within a comparatively
Notary 1 ublic. from Termo.
Laic, Salarial anil Real Ettate
Sunday School at Harney the
Southern Pacific station to Silver Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
The special agent
and Don’t Know it.
first Sunday of each month st 10
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- Lake it is easily 250 miles and
and bis mission
•'clock, A. M.
On the second,
How To Find Ont.
lie better fulfilled if he remained
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
third and fourth Sundays of each
mail route is not less chan 400 «rater
and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
[WOtlice in Masonic building
, until his orders were obeyed.
month at 3 o'clock 1*. M.
sediment or aet-
’ system. Send for testimonials, free. miles.
tling indicates an
ing servioes every second Sunday
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O,
A dispatch from Salem says the*
¿A—3 unhealihy condi-
intimation that the threats
at 8 P. M.
of the kid
Sold by all Druggist, 75c.
p M JOSDAN,
famous contest over interest on,
trouble between sheep and cattle
neys; If it stains
Hall’s Family Pills are the best stock funds deposited in the now
At the Presbyterian church
your linen it is
growers in Eastern Oregon may-
Practical Land Surveyor.
evidence of kid
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
have had any connection with the His Life Saved by Cbaniberlain.s
ney trouble; too
Divine norvices the third and fourth
frequent desire to
by ex-State Treasurer Phil Mats-
iGovernment’s crusade, it is felt, Colie, Cholera and Diarrhoea
pass It or pain in
Sundays of each month at 11 a. m.
' the back is also
that trouble may possibly- occur af
and 7.30 p. in. Sabbath school at
I ter the public lauds are restored
“B. L. Byer, a well known cooper torney-General Crawford has filed convincing proof thal the kidney« and blai
10 a. hi . every Salilmth morning g W MILLER.
what to Do.
Instead of being able to protect , of this town, says he believesCham- in the Circuit Court a |>etition, ver-
ified bv Secretary of State Dunbar,; There is comfort in the knowledge sa
Preaching services at the Baptist
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
l : -. l .« r>
ur *r ai . often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
ehurch every Island 2nd Sundays,
|>elled in the future to take chances rhoea Remedy saved his life last asking that Receiver \\ . T. ulnter I Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
Mortgage«, Deeds. Etc., correctly made.
pav to the State 14400 wish In curing rheumatism, pain in the
He had been sick for a be directed to pay
morning and evening.
with smaller o|ierators. This might summer.
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
Office at Store.
as interest upon »f the urinary passage. It correcls inability
school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
lead to clashes, but, even though
deposited by to hold water and i t Ung pain In passing
prayer meeting every Thursday
it did, the Government cannot take bilious dysentery, and could get the state funds
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
any other action save to compel nothing to do him any good until Metscban,
worthy lady or gentleman to man
11 1 r »k ! necessi,y °i being compelled to go oftea
Caller! tor tne during the day, aridjo get up many time*
Services at Christian Science age business in this County and
during the night. The mild and thé extra-
Hall, corner east of the Bunk, every adjoining territory for well and now stands, some of the larger immediate relief,’’ says B.T. Little, clearing and grading of the Baker pav«dinAw«r
CaarasMaw_ Daww# I-
effect of ! Swamp-Root
realized. It stands the highest for its won
Sunday al Ila. in. and 8 p. in. favorably known House of solid
derful cures of the most dislresang casta.
Service Wiilnesdav evenings at 8. I financial standing. f20.(X) straight holdings, but fence in all the sur by H. M. Horton, Burns; Fred Railway, for a distance of t>0 miles, If you need a medicine you should have the
beginning about 20 miles south of best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and $ I. sizes.
Everybody is invited to attend cash salary and expenses, paid each rounding grating land that they Haines, Harnev.
You may have a sample bottle of this
can use. driving away smaller
No bids have been
Monday- by check direct from head
growers and keeping out settlers.
called for the 20-niile gap between and a book that tells
Expense money ad
In the past frequent stories have
Baker City and the point where more about It. both sent
vanced; (tosition permanent. Ad
absolutely free by mail,
the grading will begin, accjrding address Dr. Kilmer 4c h <« m «r «»»»«,■ i:.»<
been told of the big stockmen’s
dress, Thomas Cooper, Manager,
action in threatening new settlers
to the published call for bids. It Co.. Binghamton. N. Y. When writing men
1030, Caxton Bldg., Chicago,
For Infants and Children.
tion reading this generous offer in this paper.
is claimed that the coni|>any has
and compelling them to move away
Don't make anv mintake, but remem
Till Kind Yon Haw Always Bought
not decided yet whether the road ber the rame, Swamp-Root. Dr Kilmer's
from districts which cattlemen
This paper and The Chicago
will start frotu Baker City or from Swamp-Boot, and the address, Bingham
have regarded as their own grazing Barath*
Weekly Inter Ocean 11.50 for one
territory. Whether the stoekmeu
ton, N. Y., on every bottle.
year. “Special deal”
IFYOU ARE A FARMER
And I<ave One Cont