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Thi'iiliii Papal - f M.irni'V ('unity hax tin" Iiitki'"! niciiliitinii nml i nr .. tin1 lit iiilvi-rtiKiint BMjdlaBM in Eaatsrtt Oregon. She ftm t IteMa "h rnt Wnrnnj ntuim c DTWt n a.rn of H,4iiH,lA0 nrrM o( l:iii., 4,1 1 Ml lerM yrl Mii-nnt nli). i t try iiihIit tin- .iilillr .lnrl lw of ilu t'nlted Mat... VOL. XXI BURNS. HARNKY COl'NT , M.K( II NO. 18 wiii.i. made possibli: COUNTY FAIU ASSOCIATION APPROPRIATES $50. IIrmoiitratc Actual Ocpth n I ln rlrln Water Aared at Small l b Cn-nprratinn ot People. ry important movement. I that v. ill do much toward dial development of the Harney Country, was I at a reeent meeting of k-i i tor.sof the Harney Coun- r f AflBociation when they machines, it is clean, after which TRAINS MOM ii I dried. The solvent user! in the !; machine is sent by suitadle lift ing apparatus to I he next mem ber of the series, where it is used over again, and so on thfbuvh oiit the tone--., so that, as it paw ed throui'h the machine, it DO comes more and more charged with wool fat. Finally it is sent into still where it is distilled oft WEST COMPLAINS ON SHIPMENTS OF ItvrSTOCK EAST. TOO SI.OWI. vertiseits mors this year, ane OIUICTS TOTHE CONFERENCI there is no doubt that we wil get n lot of runner here to c pete for the k purse, ? year we advertised for rac Alturas advertised for race ai One time and raised the. CONMDWI IT MOM 01 Mil MM IK LIAMKI FOt si at i Knickerbocker" D No I i.K-1 -.; - ajtnehaj MMMM 'r20ir'r, t Chaiuc lor I to Pa Requlrini. 1lnlmm purses when several string? O. Speed ! Sixteen Mile on I lrtork horseS passed Mimuph that town Shipment - President IntrreaM. and induced them to stop theft for the Fourth (,f Jut?, A Washington dispatch says: Lakeview has always given in ned to set aside $rWVI to fund with which to sink sian well at the fair Rated in the last issue of les-llerald. the Associa- not have sufficient funds to make this test inde- tlv and meet its other ob- s in the line of premiums. etc., incident to the an- lir. I he Association leu some such demonstration he made, however, as it ve artesian water Ifl h ould sink wells if thej idea the depth i. po and the probable cost. itate on account of uncer- M the first and only pur the Fair Association to the CoUllty three of. nothing would do more this than a test well. .f this count' in this exjierirnei or aid the well will he Willi the appropri;' the Association io trihutions will I business men and rata h nighout the cunfy to lp sumcienl to sink tn. ast 500 feet if necessary. be a six-inch hole, well '""entire di itunce and ac to calculations will cost ighhorhood of $1(00. hmild he no tlifliculty in amount if people will only a small amount. oust rut ions will mean the new hoim tit this vallev ami will the Great Harney coun- manner mat will urine ults. It will bring sot it will make lion, to the tax roll, make tx)i tnsiricis, ort i alfalfa and grain Heidi that it exposes a larpre surfac of and. in addition to the loss by evajioration. there must neceae arily he some inconvenience to the workingmen. and a ossibi lity of lire taking place. In all processes and machines for trading- fat from wool every care should he taken to avoid over HtpOMN of the solvent to the an- Illl ni'TCII AUCTION Rilietea m Id. Dtred Prlman and Ufl ihat The X ultra "Rriommend'' The Part Nominee Proper!?. Sunset Valle. March 14. EkUtt The Times II, ml I is a movement at) Poof rem.est of western the pract ice of neighbor counties " '" n "" "Hi-st ie,t leu . Mt the n-iilihlirnn nnrtv hi llnr. their races in the fall, instead ' '" coum wmcn wiiovesnouui . yfi Li,.w will i,iH mri. u,h.vuht to fhf attention of meeting this year that will head off am oompotil ! Is as sured of gotd patronage from traveling hors's. Idikeview 1 minor. Mil IP IMW Ml NINIIITIS. (J. Z. I - . . . to be used again. The wool fatf"cf Preaidcnl it inter- , irth of Juqr, and remiiins behind nnd ran tie used ested himself in the bill introduc- held otf in the fall, when it W for a varicU of purposao. v at nu, The main object of the plant is ., -i. i.,.!,, tn to give races aa they always ve 'itii, i i i a J. i u i i rkav wr maintain an aver.o of If? miles an hour on all livestock trains. thepnMiects for the pas ng Of the me.MMiiv have mnter iaUy imjirovetl. but it is a very sure thing that the bill will not go through unless the president exerts direct influence on the two committees before which the bills are pending. The railroads don't want Ibis limit imtiiivmd nn' . .... , . ..; i " them, and it it-it alone, will pn- 1..11.. 1... nl.l.. t.. .l..l... .... .,t b ii.iifi in- iiiiu- in u'ii'iti, in at A -Father K mckerhocker " " "' "" "" '"" Dutch A. ..lion seems to be the fh'' neivaaitv for the Hi-m.le thin; m, according to the '"" "'J, 'M'lained at a hearing Cress,,,, ,!'a. Record ,,,lv ,,,,,l b s,ne enterpriaini merchant commit! n tntn Con Offen the "Father Knickerliock- 'n',m'' 1""1 h"1' ,,v ""' Senate er" Mission Clock the first dav '"bcommnt. ricultUTO, At it 1-et.riilio- uric nnd tl.on Mrfn '' hranni.s stockmen from the prlao 80 cents nek day until vim ;.,,l,l board. Prod R. Goodmg, of This creutcs gn itement. Idaho, the new pro I the eopecialk .inn He iht-latin I ,,il1 Woolgrowero Aeeo one waiting antl pl.timiiif to btlj ,l""- DMd thooponinj smtement it at her own prion, when l: "' ui,il1 Hed attention to ItiK ni.d -lusitii . -. Ininl nf ihe Atuerli n I, ami A I lrntlv fori nil, Ii n ii r-iin of person Rwtnd bat I ing or tt . ,iil Im proMtjttti ,1 In tin- full I I Illl I. It Iff Si. Ill I Hi'ing inehlf to hi1' ear . t-nnal nllenli mi In t In- colli iti hi nf the M I'linni" lee oa, Ike tea bate iie-n p i, .1 With Mr. ( I . .- ,i, war having i li - i id- oliiMi.it ni o ' SMnefalilp -i pftimpl -Ml, lll 10 nf Um Ui.-i -i A l.i in Hrli(i,i Sen the rotert, This is the confer- called to "recommend" can didates for the primaries. This ia a move to put a "slate" in the tiel'i 11 - in direct OpDOatttofl to the spirit of the direct pri man law. incy say there is no intention to circumvent or inter- i .... . . .. i . of the pioneei ten-with the plain provisions of farmers, has recently "" primary law hut tins is a lOat several aknep bj what Dr. "' ' -hnicalu and is an in- i ,r,t i i, i, i i ,., . ,. , lladley. the state college vi ter u- suit to the intelligence of the RMh4aj -una o spinal menin- rotei riami county. wmUj mlae gitis. Mr. kkae kee ab The will, rxped no onb them- ""' l"M '" M- M,!"" P in his tlmk but Dp x- solve-but the members of the He A .1 Irwin will praed atnni ii " found thai rtpublicnn port) of the county llernei Ike Ind Bnndaf i leea than half u dozen are afflict- to be bound by their decisions, nth t lta.ni. at If not then why reeommendT Rabimih And I thej .ue to be so boond I' in wny iioiu i ne primaries at an. ter the old convention system than this new method where a few meet ind diotntt the it. I ' think the ii publican rotor of thia count id with the disease. The farm ers claim this i- 'he tii- ' tune nal meningitis has npp ared keep in the I'alouse country. i win mi omeont n every umt "" naroonai tave- throwinj ;i ing in intelligence that the) one goes ami buys a "Father for Frank Catterson he their Knicl.erli..,-!...'- JQSt to si p ,, fh. I1 VOtl that lhe cm. i good turn I ,v poorl) f-r the and the "Dutch Auction" i,. ' u. the republican i . done its work, even one ii hap- ' that they, who were in poen i In py, the Town has "bette, limes" " l:lthe !.. n the d,r. . in a ami tin -dealer has boomed hi '" ' '" I.. M rUmilton WSO M I -.wen mary law ;i - nact.il should b business b, -n le having his share l'"' Oommitti ,, ii, ,,, ,.uril ,. , t to nullify 1l of the fun. ,,i:i1 i"e" had ndvocnted Whkm wny ht ..ng. That ti.. hi i mr loenl l,,vi i,,),,,,,,,, pagaed through sPruc to so nullify If ne will lie first a "Dutch fagthe .i.u Sl!,(i .vllh ,ljs H ll.t who leads the curr.Mll Auction" ml -eUtl believe ihu the pee- IbecuiiM-of ti pposition oi cer- .,.,,,,, of Oregon knew what the) siimi slab muvi mii if tuiti ! , when the) Indoraoditb) I out. Iheinenwh.i "M-ww,'la- iverwhclmina majority ami State Stock h W. J. objected then ui askinji ,,-, i oununj I Ii- 1 1 r i ii.- -in -I n -- l.i nl I ' elm It Ml h Dttodsjl mill n corilul 1 1 1 v 1 1 n, 1 1 . 1 1 1 h . - . ,1, -I Ii i i hi. II. ii. I t I mill ii- l lli. I'i- ImihIi Until- Rev A. J itnl . .' , ll in n i v H NEW SPRING WAISTS Just received n beautiful line of ladies' wniata in Kmbroirieried. Ijico nnd net wnista for Spring. Something Very -Stylish ia Liwn jaad Silk Our drr gMda department will ahow n very attrartive , display of lawna, Silk Mulla. Mercerized ( hambrays. Corrine Suitinjrs and Ingomara Three 'gooda are (be latest production for , thia aeaaon. New. Embroideries and Lace and a beautiful line of India JLinons ( )ur Shoe department is complete in every way and we can satisfy , the most fastidious in foot wear. Uemember we carry ihe kOYAL WORCESTER C0R8EI Brown's Satisfactory Store. -III!!::. .;...!!! mUMHIUtttHUtttltll. -intttiutmt Prondfoof returned kvff .sanday the sieet lima. ,e dinner from n trip i. -.intern part ktl Good id if it to a f OW f rienda Sin, day. amone Of the county, mad. for ihe pur- would not be quite H satisfac- the number b.ii.; Mr. and Mrs. ettitiK the different tor. to j dJohnOO ', MUs bnnda of aheap kef ore thajr lenva on theauthority Ella Page, Mr. W. V. Wat: the winter range for the aummer to nx II at which live- o.,ear Swain, Ira ami ee. lb- sayy abouf 60,000 atoek anouid tx moved over din-1 Clark, nil them head of Kheej). an thai out erent railroad Hi Baid that Mr. Rei noks, of that number ha think in the opinion of are about i. 000 afflicted with aoab. manj tockmen, w nUl be a aer- the aoav net Mr. Fit the new farmer of Windy Point ' borhood, waa doing Imsineaa to aife nruwii plains one pui hi shoiildei Ii ' on allot in .i i .!- - ...:ii ....1 :.. .. ! i i.. ii i ,.....,,... ..,..,.i,i ..... ...kM., ieei ami ine wtil k win rnuiiii in a iia -. mi. t limit- ' "" "iii 'n.- , ,,.,. j..., , i . ,,...b iih ii.-d in a verj shirt foot n aring one day alowJy and in a manner not aaf Id the peiple re.siKtnd while on the desert, and nhrht fuctory to ihe Htock mtenata. waiier uraj ana iainuy are overt.-ok him out on the lonely "I behee that if the yvestern DaCK irom tl where they -. and In npottod t" country cm. Id hae morelaw and had been for a few da make ;, dig camp in ti. rules ami reeulation- that SphI ar.-coming otf the hay brush without f ood. ..r bedding. Motion would ho hotter aatknlod inftaoahap priag, there Lak. aminer. than it is now, " he said. being no IBM! Asketl if there had - their herda The Mt. ernon neiirhhurhootl l"a'W " "" " '-" ' with sonic loss of that dreaded II i .a -it idly by fjl lo a furce of by u few pru fi i.i'i.d x)liticiana who And their one, i.it. will I..- put iuare I.. t . thevotentof Harne) county Walter I. ,i the primaries anil in June Vot- for no man who is "reoomend ed by a ring of politi I ' man for the legisla ture who duea not unqualifiedly menf ... i Van If. I I be Lane Star RESTAURANT t liii. a . - r. i M .in I II M. MBflUs Rl RUb HOUfo Bakary in .nr action 4 Specialty nf Marl OroVr.. I liinf . aaawannanMianaaannnaanaaasnajBaaaai The tiai Jiey Valiey-Brewing Co. Manutai tnrara ot JPUJRE3 BIESTn. and IuiiTO Boda "Water I nill I mil' Solkllrtl I rer lllvr T. E. JFNKIN8, Munaer aaaaBaeanwanannainnnwannnnnnw enanj le- I with ll.p niMfki-i ill 1.1- N ai IIKI- Mill. It. I mmx Ocnf Hut a t4. coal llau af Iter al Ik Harney Valley Brewery Saloon mum URishs : all kimks ( i tin m ul lUnt (Junlilii V n sn i. XU.IS. Managwn. Hunts. Orege in this assistance work on the yvell as noon as be gotten in from tin e ha . even aeaur H artesian water is here Hat is now necessary is Hd what deptli we must lH it. We must show in L'ttlers and capitalists fiaye tU) our part and : t MUM i-ho mini Bui of and machine for m fat or grease from teen patented by llerr Budaitest, says the ia Kecord. The up- nsists ot a numb. chines joined together. ich contains: First, a th a volatile solvent; raveling apron under- hopperand upon winch plan Ijeii vessel into wtucli ireni drains. veer. Is are supplied with Heineni which causes m the wool to sink to It consists -1 placed in tin the solvent drops rand down the ified solvent is drawn do tiie hood, so that may remain at the the vat. The action nine is as folio v ool is thrown upon the traveling apron under the hoppel . OOivea a shower of is acts ujxjn and dis- ool fat, which with ha recovered Iron, its onff , trains since Hie h-l,..ur law was dis.-a,, irgOOf small poi and schcx.l :"'"'1"!- I '"'t is in progress full blast. The Ung atoek to be kepi on room ia the utmost ,"ur- '" '' ' " ' ltK' limii ' he largest one-room s,nvla1' " Agriculture, Mr. ol in the county. Mi phm. Locker la teaeker. The noe baa before, scboo! eni.e i-iiiiininiii of Aske-I fm an explanation, he having added the most furniture ami up toadatO apneatUI Of any district in the county thi A. Iv Millatd. one of the re publican . for county 'it. nil. nt, paaaad through Lawea Moi.d.i. ai kkj way to in: I iters of - -iy. I fAkA' h hr WtV , 1 SAM Nii( tnuir the kaj said: M. 1'.. II- B bunch of . rnJtroad inaipaaln aon laaraoo to tke ( obi p ranch nave 86 houi I . and toturday. and ha-led the oil.. the bill it was op- s re was still .unty in installing eeientiru t"""1 wiln tn"m whether tb wan at t ventilation. The f this ..'lially liotlceaiile on cold irhoa doors and windows must be closed to keep out the draught rhe air rem at all times. Gran! Count) granted tl i riods; and they in . ntage ot it 11. K. Met lure got s and went up and took the rough Bjaaneet La 1 1 rhe cker" Dutch Auction ifl the of u- 111. Here comes the Spring to chap, tan and freckle the' 30 Day:;' Trial $1.00 is tl. fer on Pinnules. Relieves ' ache. Weak Back. Lame Lack he wool, is carried Rheumatic oains FUal ..n m.- MOl below. The for Kidnex Bladder and Blood. passes on through Good for young and old. Satis- atod a subscription paper and ao ese machine, ami faction guaranteed or money re- cured about $8oo from the citi- e more and more , funded. Sold by Tin Welcome aona. insurimr nurses amounting t is extracted, un-1 Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon. Fred to $1000, or more for the i vea the last ot the Haines, Harney, Oregon. Lakeview will begin early to ad- SH0KI PtKAUKAPHS 1 1 I'tnilton. the home of irrigation project, dry ," trane to 'iy. ow n of Med fort I. the tin -ti af aVkgW Uiver 'a' . -.trow up to fcCd!.!"' I... . -tern. i i.i-r H.otui boga knee ' on noM i Wallowu valley aboe Nor i I and when the railrottd pilled Jt js l-XH'ctei the i .er raised will ! .uadnipled. H. Iane, of Silver Ijtke, li gh blind, ha l him- selt far U-tter than the ordinary ' y man. He is a graduate in lew . ..ml may engage in the prac tice in Lakevi Bend Bulletin: a large amount atw land will be put Into crop litis spring al! ovi t ti.. It. I J f illy in in. .mt. d. Full) 2,000 ue of new la-i-l will beeulti imoiid lo a .int ix mih , in Ne. i he town f Aurota .s ith 800 inhabit;.' has l o cut oul one saloon along with Such a reform mo liable U) 'I i.s U walk a much a -a block iiaritWAAn drill!.- which will no ll ..... I ...'.I , . s I M "" " " m oeea Laxative i,ougn yi .ut,t i ,. . .-: ...- working a "1Ll lU j neon idshipin some cases. Oown 0'"''- children as its pleasant to I is ag..-ntit.- laxative thus exi ilic phlegm from th. For coughs, colds, croup, whoop- A a. a race ing-cough hoarseness and all meeting in Lak luring the bronchial trouble. Guaranteed. i a of July week. V. L Sold by The '.. Pharmacy Snellii G. H. Ayree ckrcul- Burns, Oregon. Fred H Harm .on. mi lilt hi IO-. i IS tin i I lu I SLEEPi' IU I I AKSOLUTKl.t I KEK l.ul I -1 and gave US w . ot bettor. Thaj I n our toek fi'on. the VS est." Mr went on t thai into ti ,,-d of gra vel, etc., and I 'rains hurry your order for out " ' Mrs. Jew itoin art Of those incubatom before the l" v wus last week from Burns :.. rush W. T. Smith. A. I. i The Sleepine .. I....1MKU . I 1 '. 1 1 AND.O The Puiil sher's Claims Sustained Uniiku btAtt Count or Claims ! THE CAPITAL SALOON, I Kl . II A HONKOAN, I'rupnalitra Burns, - - Oregon. Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tables. Club Rooms in Connection. I. L LEWIS wdlae tied to leraiab PARTICULARS .ind PRICES Tt as vaaa drsktas INFORMATION. Su ak naiwi DESIGNS. W BLTTI1AKD J-a CUXiPLH TfUH 'ja ijlcticalltH amy Ll-.'.LL: J. W ITOVE B . WaW " " Ovr BOO aMii twr Uuti(ul rtc Ll.t llu.lin.. BH Olrcular.. Co. A ll A wi Bsm 1 I mW: . -H i Y Y MONUMtNl AlHANf, .... i...i,!i.l iii-t ti. moL,. ,.t il,,. . ... . mmmu mt ." ner (I. ; I ii tilion. out v l)i, n't Mawki . 11. .,, a. Pineaalve Carbolixed, (Ac youou a poultice) for burns, ci.apwed skill. Sold by Th rVel come Pharmat Pred Ho on. LAkLlt:w HACKS. . aaaji ith such aiu mots at direrimin- lion against the common people) u II." I II.. . I II, Wilt ,iii U. IU) u,. I'r W 0. Hroara, Oaaiiat. Oili. in tin- 11. h bIiuib building north ol UM I'ot Oltiot.. loO acres of jjrain land will be reliaquianed together with lM. wo worth of lHirtonal property, improvements, implements, etc., for $5,750 if sold at once, loiter .11 take $6000 to gel it. lias mate water right, but will raise grain without irrigation tmm Tht at r t II INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND Wftrdl VMTlV I mi (Uaj IVoirUl's) i'uii, t PRIZE I HUTU. See Adam George, Burns. Oregon. Itwen or GET THE LATEST AND BEST raaajSU inUrttUd in our Q. &. C. MERRIAM CO., r-uiuiaHiRS, WRINOFIKLD, MAM. The Burns Flouring Mill J )H STUHTflVANT. Propt. Hi!i. Hi) I l:K MILL PROCESS IS USED ' 1 .,. in . $ry particular and ' suiJirii.il VHfMtcitu lu .sii'phj the ruuuhy jm 11 uttliiiM . iOO mills tn bread t"jj HOUR, ROLLED BARLEY, CHOP, AND a I Mtaaitaa 1 L.llMtAlM!l u.ii ' All Kinds of Hill hd ilwiys on Hand i itk vtRf niuHEsi MARstr.rtkib pair m nouo mum litui CUSTOM WORK DONE nr.ri.Hi ftaorl Who cat 4rr HaIa ...T.T...T.T.r.r...:.:::.r."..::...Tr..t Job Prirrting.