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i> dbitsh rJ in the
, G.*jit33t Valley of Eastern Oregon.
F»« Qidtí*t and Most
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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1903.
W A K X Kit COS Ì ICOV I’. It* Y
Settlers Are Vi-rj Alialo«» Our
Hie Oute. me.
Hard »art of Evory Description.
A iiuui I m i ' of reddenU of Warner,
Valley, Lak« eoualv, were in
Halem recently to interview mem-
i*cr» <>f the »tate land board re
garding tbu outcome of tlu< con
troversy over th« ,n»!.««»i>eioti of
their homes. Thu litigation beforo
th<> federal laud department re
sulted in favor of the Warner
Valley Block company.
settlers clui'i.i'd us homesteaders
while tlie company claimed under
a ptiri'base from the state under
thu swamp laud laws The set tiers,
having been defeated. asked the
Imard to aid tnem in retaining the
horses tiny had taken The board
listened to arguments and has
taken the mailer under advise
ment. In th * meantime, Governor
Clmmle-rlain telegraphed the fid
erai land department not to issue
a patent conveying the laud to the
elate until he requestel it. The
laud Com p my cannot secure title
to the land until a patent issues to
the 1 on th* bill boirtls this reami.
Should oil«- come ulong w<- will let
Who are th a principal men
in your town?
Coffin, anil the tdi’or.
Are the people honsst?
A. They are very honest since
the law was pats: I prohibiting
<2. What arc tin ossupitions of
A. Somo work in imtane asy-
luuis, oom» guard jails and soine
answer kiiiv question«.
SI.50 I’er »or.
M|| Munii.■ 73 < « nia.
I ii'iii« of Iriterewt Cut In-red From
Different 1‘urtM of the Stute.
The Antelope Herald says the
race« hel.l a’ Antelope last week
were the beat in tears.
The race meeting at Spray was
B. C. Green was
tlie name of the horse that won the
quarter mite da h.
J. D. I.a * rance and J. C. Oliver,
of Canyon Citv, have contracted
Nulicts arc Ic ing sent out Io tax about 250 head of cattle to Kidwell
payers regarding the* deferred half A- Gib-on, of Walla Walla.
payment uf taxes which become cattle were feeders.
d .-linquent if not paid on the first
Monday of October Text.
taxes which were not paid in full
or in half became delinq-ient on the Ja,,,eH I- Jones was found gui.ty of
first Monday in April last. Those murder in the second degree by the
whodi-sirtd Im l I the privelage at j«O*nd was given a life sentence
Notte c ta T ixpayer a
( hlornfnrm and <«■•! lVbl.
Tn irrnrnil th«* profe«»1«m ">« tM«
eoimtry in milled in tl»r LeTirf tYint
ether H n nmrh m«»rr «atufactory
armewt hetw* tln*n chbiroform. A not
far on a idem ble number, howexrr, pre
fer chloroform. pariirnfarly tinder ?«-
| m *<*1« i 1 e>r«*nrn»1&nrett. anil «ome opera
tor* wins hair no Men-equipped <Tin-
!<•» nt their command tend to ime chlo
roform when n» rkinp’ by artificial
liifht. and partlr11Inrly in ill-eqnipped
It fa. however, known by
mokt pharmacuhqtikta and by many
other* that chloroform bn« danger*
when med by artificial light, but thi*
fart fa by no means gene rally recog
nized. Persons bate bten killed by the
decompetition of chloroform by gas
light. It ha* I»ren attempted to over
come the danger of the production of
thi* form of pofai.ning l-y placing »ixla
or borax solution or milk of rime'rntbe
opvrating-rooin, but tbeae met1**d*
have been *hown to be wholly fatuffi-
cient.--Philadelphia Medical Journal.
A Carl«*« CiirlKtlau
In the Canterbury Diocerjlii Gaxatts
th«re is an interesting and xuthentie
record of tb" ore of Acta of the Apcjit le»
>u> a Cjirittian name. The entries art i»
the registers of Bou'-lit .« under-BlctUL
Acuaj i-st' !c, son of Tboir.us and Eliza
beth i’cgden, from Dunkirk, was loip-
tiz d August 2, 17t‘j. and the burial of
this ?.ct«apostle Pcgden. nged TO j eara.
I took place Norember 14, 1S6S. 'lhe
that tin.« of p lying ouz-liilf of
The Omaha »lock buyer, Mr. name acctn.t to liaic been abrcviateii to
their taxes and carrying the bal Clary, »:«y»: ‘ fo-t me cite to you an Actsy. f r the vicar of Bou-rbtou has
ance without interest to the first instance of low selling at Chicago. heard a parishioner speak of her uncle
Buy h |«>«tal car«l and «« ik I to The New York
Moud iv in October All taxpayers But a shotl time ago I witnessed Actsy l’cg-Jen. Again, Actsof the Apos
Tribut,t- Farmer. New York Cltv, for a fico
tle«. win '•? Ilichard aud Hiocbe Ken
understai.d that if these de the sale of a b-inch of steers, four- nett. was baptize.* at Bourrbtcn church
ferred half p lymer-ts are not nm«le • year-old«, that netted $35 ahead, April 21. 1S33.—Notes and Queries.
The Tribune Farmer is n National îllustrae
1*1X111 KE-i Ills TOWN
on the date set, they become subject although three san-e cattle actually
ted Agricultural Weekly for farmers and
Wlllloc la Q«iolltr.
t to a leu per cent p -n'alty an«! in
A few day» ago a recruit was takcu to
tlieir fiitiiillte, bi <1 «iatxl« »t the li«'««l of the
I cost $32-50 a head two years ago
Editor tllilig« » Eistern Teinter
1 be sworu in before the magislratz.
terest at the rate of 12 per cent per on the range.’’
The price is fl GO |«r
i Everything v.as pcing cn awimrr.ingly
I'oal Wli<> ••Watifa lo K>it*IV.*’" annu'.n from the first Monday of
till the magistrate asto-d the inaa the
V«r, but if you like it you «tail secure .1 wilt:
John C. Luce, one of the early . followiae cueslion: ‘'Have you ever
April last until stmeare paid.
your own favorite local t*ews|<per, 1i«c
I pioneers of Grint c*unty, tlirtl at hceuiu prison?” At this the man looked
I Col. E. S Durkee, who ran a
ITEMS, at a bargain.
Both papers ft 50.
' I.is home in the John Dav valley startled, but. quickly ri-covcring him
paper at Helix it few years ago,
Build luto Central Oregon.
self. he blurted out: “No. sir. I have
Send money and older to The ITEMS.
Monday evei.icg. John C. Luce never beeu in jail, twit I don't mind do
and now edits th-» Tek.u Blidu. |
■till indulges his fondne s of hand-1 San Francisco. Sept, 10.—From was personally known to mor» ing n few days if you think it neces
mg out useful information.
Once high official sources it is learned people in Oregon than any pioneer
he a IvertiseJ a larg- assortment of that llarriiunu bus taken up the resident of Grant county having
frof. Pheltshu «sy» that >ivt
Ill ns « l»>tM*s No. 70, K uf I'
I «trcauis are ¡n geuer» a sign of nervous
riiurMlsy night. I
sizing their points of excellence, 0. R AX’ line into Central Oregon, political affairs.
He was a can ; action. Soft «lreann a sign of slight
F M. Junluu. C. C.
and nearly all have since l>cen and has intimated that this will be didate for congress from this dis i irritation of the brain, often in ».< 11ou»
I fever announcing the approach of a
H Multi,«, K ol It. ».
»nappe 1 up ns matrimonial bar- his next iui|*orlant move oil the trict in 189'2 and was also in the , favorable crisis. Frightful drown»
'gains. Just tiow he turns bis at- Puctfie coast. The news leaked field
for gubernatorial honors are a d.tcrr.iination ot bkxxl t» slw
lll'KNH lil .mr K. ,«». at*. <* E H
Drcatns about blo«Ml and rcS
Meet. «et'OU<l slid («Mirili M«*O«laV «-Í
tention to un eastern inquirer as out through the recent mvstrrou« against Governor Geer iu 1N98, and 1
are w — sign» of iuCamnuv
' f objects
eœh monti« in Mssunh' hall, Vwgtlv
departure of «1. L. Monger, preiident n/Rde a ver/comuietxlable race in torr
___ _____ .’ Drenn« about raius
Imihiing Mr- Maggie |#wM, W. M.
Main St.—opposite Bank.
li and water arc often signs of diseased
The B'adc is in receipt of a letter of the 0 R & N. Mohler, it has
Mrs. Ks»i«e Tbom|>n«ji«, Ser.
I n:ucous membranes and «lrop«y.
Ill UNS LODGF. N<> t*7. A F. à I M.
Thomas McEwen, n resident of I Drcaros of d.atorted form« are fre-
: cuentlv titdgn ofr.'domir.alobstrncrion
i inquiring al>*ut the Palouse coun to meet Harriman, who has just u
Meet« Strlunl«« «Mi or l«'i<xe full m<MM*.
bumpter, died Monday in I’orllaud ‘n(, (1fsor(lli'r
,h(. ri,rr. 1)r- nms in
l^«ltn»i linaio-re (»alernally invat«-.|. M l Ititi* .X a UKAHV
try and asking u "few simple returned from Europe, where be
w here he had been for several days ! which the patient see« any part of the
11. E Kenyan, W. M. F. S. UltnliT,
«|iieations.” Wn take pleasure in ha<l gone to recuperate alter the
under medical treatment for an body, especially sufferirg, nrlicatcs
W I. Mar tlffws.
John W Geary,
disease in Hint part. The nightmare,
giving a few simple answers:
operation pr< formul on h i m for
lH’ICNH MIIHiE. NO. to, A. O v. w
nb„•ess of the tar, which is reported with great sensitiveness, is a sign of ile-
l'I'ÿifi' ùiH» <C Surgeon».
Mert« st Brown liait <«v.'«v Friilav <•»«—
as the cause of his death.
Mr. terrntnntion of blooi to the chest.—
tri ng Vi4tln< hrnlh«-ra iraternally in-
Bul lis, Oregon. section?
Popular Science News.
vbv-l. Tito» rhiiwr», W. .M. Cha*. N
ìh . uu 20.
The S-nullest lavcct.
ple of Grant county, having been
which teal estate agent is handling
Frank J, Cheney makes oath that inteieated for many years in many
Entomologists t"ll «• that tlie rmall-
est insect is the alapt-wexeians. VieweS
, it. Some of the Spokane agent« be is senior partner of the firm of
IIARNEY LOI»GF, NO. 77, I <>. «> F.
industries in various parts of the I under the microscope it is seen to-be c.
Meet« every S.iOir-1 iv evening, B own's
F. J. Cheney «t Co., doing business county.
hall. Vúüitng brother» (r iterimllv in QhèUH A IllGUC
His remains were re slightly-built. .lender creature of -itch
to .«ell it for four times what it is in the City of Toledo, County and
Frankl» .I iu A mmi , M.G.
eiiuinntivc proportions that it would
turned to Baker City for burial, take over 6.CC® of them placed end to
C, G. Soil h, S-eretary.
J. W. Rift*.
State aforesaid, aitd that said firm which took place under the auspi
cud to stretch one inch. N. Y. Son.
Q. How is water and how do will pay the sum of One Hundred
Tt’l E tìKtì.E, Ni» Kit. WOMEN ol
ces of the Masonic order of which
you get it?
A« i .«nil
Wo««li'rsft. Meet» ïn I »n«l 4tli Tuna
Dollars for each and every case of he was a member.
da« »t Untan'« hall. Mr». Tilli'» Jordan,
At school one always
A. The water is quite wet. Catarrh that cannot l*e cured by
had naught to say.
.Mrs. loue Wliiting.
An Idaho young lady described
Yet he to vrorth a I'.ilT®»» cool.
Somed:aw it fro n the hydrant the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
her visit to St. I.ouis r.s follows:
white some get it from the barten
Frank J. Cheney.
Cli it reli AiiM«»i<iicci>u-*its.
yyttl.lt ils A Fl I ZU KHALI*
der, in a separate glass.
Sworn to before me and subscrib “Oh, but I had siteh a |x?rfectl_v
in my presence, Ibis (ith day of beautiful time. I contrived there Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
Bunday School at Harney the Thornton M (Ulani»,
at 9.30 and took a caddv to the
A. They do. One old sow with December, A. I). ISSt!.
first Bunday of each month nt 10 Atu*rn«)-«i Lav.
and Don't Know it.
It was converted you kt otv!,
which th'> writer is jtersuually
A. W. Glea«on,
On tin- second,
o'clock, A. M.
How To Find Oof.
l.atr, Notarial and Kcal E»tate
acquainted has thrived twice dur
Notary Public. We ettopiied at a house where we
Fill a ’»ottlc or common glass MRh your
third and fourth HundavH «»f each
Era ft ice.
ro le to our room in a refrigerator, wa’.ar ano let It stand twenty-four incurs; a
ing the past year.
month al 3 o'clock I’. M.
•ediment or set
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in ami our rooms were illustrated :
tling indicates an
ii«g K-rvioes every second Sunday
ternally. and acts directly on the withelection lights. There was no
tion of the kid
Ims seventeen. We have numerous
neys: if it stains
At the Presbyterian church
your linen it u
system. Send for testimonials, fiee. legislatures in the tloor, ami the
evidence of kid
Burns. Rev. A. J Irwin pus tor. i
F. J. Cheney A- Co., Toledo, O. the heat ]K*ured right up through
ney trouble: to«
Q. How many classes of people
Divine services the third and fourth p II JORDAN.
frequent desire to
Sold by nil Druggist, 75c.
1 did not have any appetite a: <1 I
pass it or pain ic
Suudayn of each month at Ila. iu .
the back i. also
A. Two. Those who subscribe Hall’s Family Pills are the best did not get a thing I could realize
Practical Inútil Sorregar.
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at
Honestly, when I gat home I was convincing proof that the kidneys and tlad-
Kurua, Orrfim, to The Blade ami those who don’t.
de' are o«t of order.
10 a. m. every Sabbath morning.
His I.ife Sand by Chaniberlaiii.s almost an individual.”
Wliat to De.
Q. How is religion? Is it much
Colic, Choh-ra and Diarrhoea
There is comfort in the knowledge so
Preaching nervices at the Baptist
A Misseuri editor who is about to often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-
church every Island 2n-l Sundays, g W. IIII.LKII.
A. Quite well, thank you. It
“B. L. Byer, a well known cooper pulland leave for la:k of suppart iloot. the great k.dney »«.-wedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
morning and evening.
lies around perfectly free.
it has of this town, says he believes Cham remarks in parting that editor« back, kidneys, liver, bladder «nd every gart
school every Sunday nt 10 s. m.
Notary Publie and Conreyanetr,
a good reputation and is spoken of berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar don’t need money. “Don't worry t-l il.e ui ¡nary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water ar.d scalding paaa in passing
prayer meeling every Thursday Mortgage*, bred». Etc . eorr:e«tjr made.
very highly in the churches.
rhoea Remedy saved his life hist about the editor,” he says. "lie ft, cr bal effects lol lowing use ot liquor,
(J. Dotlie Indians bother the summer.
Olfinr at tflore.
He had been sick for a has a charter from the Stars to ae>t wireorbeer, an I overcomes that unpleasant
necessity < f beutg compelled to go often
what the doctors call as a doormat to the community, d.iri the day, c>>d to grt up many times
Services at Christian Science
They are very bilious dysentery, and could get H.'iiBe«tb.
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every
»u< »u..h»., ordinary effect of Swamp-Root i; soon
M A X AG E R W A N TK D—Trust bothersome when drunk, it some nothing to do him any good until and stand up tor you «-ken you run rcattzsd. it sta ids ths highest for its won-
Sunday at 11a. in. and N p. m.
cures cf the most <ii.ilressing cases,
Service Wednesday evenings nt 8. worthy lady or gentleman to man times bothers the whites to beat )|C tried this remedy, It gave him Lor office, and lie about your deiful
if you need a medicine you should have the
Everybody is invited to attend age businesti in this County and them playing baseball.
immediate relief," FavsB.T. Little, pigeon toid daughter’s tackey wed bes:. Sold l y druggists 1 n 50c. and $ 1. sixes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
Q. How much money does it merchant, Hancock, M«l. For sale ding. and blow your big footed sons
adjoining territory for well anti
favorably known House of solid take to start in your country?
by H. M. Horton, Burns; Fred when they get a $4 a week job, and cud a book that tells
I weep over your shriveled soul more abovt It, «both sent
A. One dollar and a half. This Haines, Harnev.
financial standing. 120.00 straight
absolutely f>ee by mail,
cash salary and ex|>ense», paid each will pay for the Blade for one
when itis released frost your grasp ad.kc^s Dr. Kilmer (c Hoate of Rvan*|>K«wt.
Blnglumioa. N. ¥. When wsT.ing men
I Monday by check direct from head- year. You can then make peace Bw. th.
ing body, and smile at your giddy Co.,
For Infants and Children.
tion reailing Ibis generous offer in this paper.
Expense money ad- with your maker and start in.
wife's second marriage, lie’ll get
iton't make ¡Hrv «ristake, "but remeav-
Tlw KM Yoa H ivi Always Bought i vanced; |*osition permanent. Ad Q. Is there any show fur
along. The Lord only knows how bor Hit- riMii«-« Ssunop4«>k, Dr.Ki'snetAS
o m a
dress, Thomaa Coo|»cr, Manager, genius?
Iks fast Y« Hue Always
—but the editor will get there S«van>p-Boot, and Ute addiese, Bii^dume-
A. We haven’t seen any a<lver- Signatar«
1OD, N. V., <_r ■ 1« ry hultJn.
1030, Caxton Bhlg . Chicago.
IFYOUARE A FARMER
And I<n,ve One Cent