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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY,
country are trying to harmonize all THEiR INTERESTS MUTUAL openly on the subject. Hebelievri NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE.
NOTICE OE SHERIFF’S SALE,
I the factions of the party, so that
that unless there is some legislative
when they go to the state and cor -
action in this line the railroads will
I nder and by viatueof an execu
Under and by virtue of an Exe
HARRIMAN AND GOLI D INTERESTS gressional conventions they can ex PROSPECTS FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF continue to combine and make tion in Foreclosure and an Order of cution issued out the Circuit Coutt
financial deals which will prove Sale, issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for llarnev
ercise a potent influence and secure
ENGAGE IN TRAFFIC WAR.
• U» r««r ........................................
4s Mo ns
disastrous to tbe business and fin of the State of Oregon for the County County, dated the 15th day of Jan
some concessions for Eastern Ore- I
ancial interests of tbe country. Pre of Harney, on the 14th day of Jan uary, 1902, mid t<> me directed and
I gon in tiie way of places on one or
Roosevel* agrees with Mr. uary, 1902, and to me directed and delivered on said day, in a certain
J. H. Mitchell.
Upbuilding oi the Dairy Industry
the West--tioulds Claim Ibroujli
i Knox. It was because of this firm delivered on said day, in a certain cause wherein The Citizens Bank
I ing a hand in the selection of the
In WillanKtta Valley,
Trafile as Their Rights.
ly fixed conviction that Mr. Boose cause wherein the Citizens Bank, a corporation, was Plain ti 11’ and
men from the other sections of the
I M . A. Moody
1». K. N. HliM kburn
in bis message to congress made a Corporation, was Plaintiff’ and ¡’’rank C. fister was Defendant, up
state, who will form the personnel
Attira.» General .......
Farmers and operators of the the strong recommendation that Frank C. Fister and J. II. Neal
The Chicago Record-Herald of I of the state and congressional tick-
........... FI Dunbar
secretar» oi State
on a judgment duly rendered and
..JU Ackerman recent date publishes the following: jets. It is not such an easy task. railroads having learned that their powers of the interstate Commerce were Defendants, upon a judgment
and given in said Court and cause
....... W H Laeda
1 R. 8. Bean.’ The Gould aod Harriman interests ■ with the conllieting interests of th interests are mutual and having Commission be enlarged.
duly rendered and given in said on the 7th day of November, 1901,
. ...> c. Wolverton are engaged in a struggle for trans
Sapr.nl. Ju lúea
The president believes that the : Court and cause in favor of the in favor of the above-named Plain
) F. A. Moore
various factions, to reach an agree agreed upon working in harmony
yi.NSTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
ment upon a plan of ■ ction which in the future, it may be put down Interstate commerce law should be! said plaintiff and against the said tiff and against the above-named
M. D. C lifford to its utmost the strength of the
I will insure absolute harmony. Il as a foregone conclusion that Ore changed so that the Commission defendant Frank C. Fister for the Defendant for the sutu of Sixteen
1 S Geer community of interests. The two
is well known, even now, that Ba gon, and particularly the Willam will be answerable to the president sum of Orm ThoUH-md and Seventy- Hundred and Thirty-six and 19100
c .. -
interests have deen unable to get ker county is to be one of the prin ette valley, will rapidly come to direct for its acts. There are sev
one and 60-100 Dollars, with 10 Dollars with 6 per cent interest
COCFTY — harnky :
. jR.nea A Sparrow together, although several attempts cipal battle grounds as between the front as one of the leading dairy eral bills in congress providing for pur cent interest from July 9th 1901, thereon from November 7th, 1901,
•Juoutr J Jtige
ii. RicUm-'lson have been made recently. The ex
il a Miller
Mr. Moody and Mr Williamson, for ing sections of the United States. the enlargement of the Commis and One Thousand Dollars with 10 and Fifty-eight and 80-100 Dollars
...JR Johnson ecutive officials of the Colorado and
and it is expected that The lively interest displayed in this sion's power, but none has been act per cent interest from November costs; 1 have this day duly levied
j w Buchuuan Utah lines were unable to settle
j the contest for the control of the branch of farming is becoming so ed on so far.
9, 1900, and the further sum of Two upon the following descrilied real
icuool Hu peri rtendeat
.......... E J Noble their differences in meetings held
Baker county d‘legation
11 de- plain that any one with ordinary
Hundred and Seven Dollars attor property, to-wit:
Coiaiuiab.o. era . ........ ’
R j Williams here and adjourned from day to
Only a Fluff.
■ termine the attitude of the delegates power of conception cannot help
Lots 3 and 1 and the South-west
neys fee and Twenty Dollars cost
g U SUKEY V. e. LAND OFFICK*.
Geo. W Haye« day during the present week.
from the county to the state con but see that a great future lies be
of suit, which said judgement was quarter of the North-west quarter
As a result of the unsettled con vention with regard to the selection fore this industr , and that the
The talk of Eastern Oregon se enrolled and docketed in the Clerk’s of Sec. 4, Tp. 26 S, R. 35 E. W. M.
dition of traffic matters in Colorado of candidates for the state ticket.
time will come won Oregon’s ceding from the state for tho pur office of said County and State on
North half of the South-east
dairy products will be playing a pose of forming a separate state, by the < th da v of Noy. 1901. I have quarter. South east of the North
and Utah, the officials of the lines ,
J tl VA REBEKAH Degree No.
^t.vter* >.l .»dial Wedawda^
east of the river were equally unable j
prominent part in the world’s mar by reason of the alleged unequal this d'ay duly levied upon the fol-1 west quarter and the South-weal of
NEW TAX LAW.
Krankte Bremo» Ree Sec’y
to make firm pledges that ra e- J
division of state offices, is charac fowing description real estate, also tho North-east quarter of See. 4,
would be maintained for another* The law enacted by tbe last legis
The Southern Pacific Company, terized as a bluff or hop dream by ; described in said Order of Sale and Tp. 26, S. R. 35 E. W. M., in Har
Friday uigüu D|)laril M w
month. The tight which the Goulds ■ lature relative to the payment of says Freight ami Passenger Agent politicians who are conversant with !
therein ordered to be sold, that is ney County, Oregon.
E II Huyt. Bee.
have begun for recognition as a' taxes has some f slur* s of interest R. B. Miller, stands ready to as the situation.
to si.y: Lots 3 and 4, ami the South
And will on the 24th day of Feb
tr inscontineiit.il factor through the j . to heavy property-holders that may sist farmers wishing to reach out
‘•State division is'a favorite hob
dAK ** V LODGE. HO. 77. I. O O F.
west quarter of the North-west ruary, 1902, at the hour of 2 o’clock
e.t. * Odd Fella». 9»>\‘'De.7U1I’*x.u
Ogden gateway is tbe explanation I , not be generally undi r-tood. and for progrès«, n I will, by establish by with Eastern Oregon politicians
quarter of Sec. 4 in Tp. 26 8 It 35 p in, of said day, at the front door
w V Kii'S. Seev-
of the withdrawal of the Missouri that will save s nie litre percent ing low freight rat s n d other con- whenever they want recognition in
E \\ M. in Harney county Oregon. ! of tho Court House, in tho City of
Pacific from the Colorado ami Utah ' age to those who have ready money cesséais that will tend to help along the state legislature or places on
And will on .Monday the 24th d»v Burns, Harney County, Oregon, sell
association and the refusal of its of
The law provides thnt if the tax the work in its infamy. Iiis opin the state ticket. Just now there is of February 1902 at the hour of 2 , at public auction to the highest and
ficials up to date to re-enter.
es are paid on or before the 15th ion is hat railroads and agriculture a state campaign opening, ami o’clock p. m. of »aid day, at the! best bidder for U. 8. (Sold Coin in
W. J. COLEMAN,
The purpose of the acquisition of j l *lav of March, a rebate of 3 per cent are so closely related, that neither ! Eastern Oregon is due on a spiel
J tront door of the Court House in I hand, all the right, title and inter
Stem grapber and Notary Public llie Denver A Rio Grondo and the! ¡shill be allowed, while o the other could exist without the other, and | for secession or division, just be the City of Burns, Harney County, est of the said Frank C. Fister in
Rio Grand Western Lv the Goulds j [ hand, the results of delinquency as lie recently expressed himself at cause she has two or three candi j Oregon, sell at public auction all i and to the property above described
I Bruxs, - O kegux .
has become plain now through the j | come earlier and are much more tbe Farmers’ congress in Salem, dates for governor. No sane re 1 'I" right, title, claim and interest or so much thereof as will satisfy
..OSo t iu Ciiluvtw BauX Building.
tight in progress. The situation is | i severe than heretofore. Taxes will "regards the railroads us the chan publican will believe for a moment »f the said FrankC. Fister of, in said judgment as above set forth
S UE0. 8. S1ZEM0RE,
this: Through their possession of; i now become delinquent by opera- nel through which the marketing that the bluff will work or that any and to the said real property above together with the accruing costs.
the Rio Grande road» the Goulds I , tion of this law on tbe first Tues of the fruits of tbe labor of the ag of the candidates inspiring this hop described to tho highest and best
Witness my hand this 16th day
tóUBNS, ................................ O r EGON. are laying claim to large percent-'
day in April, if not sooner settled, riculturist is made possible, and dream will make capital in conse I bidder for U. 8. Gohl Coin in hand, of January, 1902.
CoUn ion-, Land buónesa. and Real
age of the through traffic from the | and thereafter, besid,.“ the penalty, without which the vast consuming quence of it. Whenever the time "r eo much thereof as will satisfy
£su*le uiauer proiui Hv aitended to.
G eo S ii KI.T.EY,
comes for making two states out of sai<l judgment as aboye specified
there will be interest charged at classes could not be re . bed.
Sheriff Harney County, Oregon.
J. w BliiUS.
Should the Harriman people re the rate of 12 per cent per annum
Assured of assistance
.s.-istance from the Oregon it will be done in conse together with the cost of and upon By S am M otiihhsiieau , Deputy.
■ Biggs & Biggs
fuse to turn over to the Gould con from date of delinquency.
transportation companies, farmers quence of natural conditions and this Writ.
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
nections tiie amount of traffic the
But the taxpayer can avoid this in places remote from trading cen not f ir the purpose of furthering
Witness my hand this 15 day of
B BBS.------------------------- «“Eß0«‘ .Goulds think they are entitled to, by the payment of one-half the ters do not hesitate to enter at t he interests of selfish office-seekers. January 1902.
Baclice in ail the courts of Ore. the result will be problematical. taxes levied against him on or be least to some extent into this new Eastern Oregon is not ready for
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF.
GroaoK S hkli . ey .
—NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Should the Goulds decide to get fore the first Monday in April, and industry, and it is a fact that this stat ■ division, and when she does
Col|ectiou9 promptly made._____
Sheriff of Harney County, Ore
Land Office at Burn«, Oregon, Jan. 4, 1902,
tbe amount of traffic they are claim then he will have until the first spring will see the old-crop system get ready if ever she does, hungry > By S am M othershkad , Deputy.
N.iilet I m hereby jrlvon »lint Mary E Johnson,
of Ki lev, 11 hi ne v county, Oregon, him tiled notice
ing their position entitles them to, Monday in October to pay tbe rest, of farming to a great deal revolu office-seekers will have no place in I
of Intetil'oti to niHke |>ro if on her <le«Frt lurid
IPARRISH St REMBOLD,
I rates would be undot btedly cut as
i litiiii No. U I. for the SI ' | • W'4, Wl 2 SE'4
but if he does not pay them by that tionized. Prospects are for the es the movement.”
".»I- .’,‘.I: 2H E, W M. lie fore Rvfflatrr and
Kt ■ < ivi i nt Hiirim. <irt von. on rmttirdiiv, the H
they were in December and the I , time, then they shall become delin tablishment of a lar.e number of
This is the declaration of a Baker
till -I i‘»l>FUHr\, I'.'O? She limit •« t he following
Buras (and C'ii»y»»n Ciiy. ’ ir^gon.
VI It to tKfK t<> pro\e III..... Iiiplelo I rri ion and
Will i>id".M.e i.i tue conrit v*f líaii.ey ar< bulk of the traffic would go from 1 quent and shall bear interest from new creameries and old ones will be City mining man, who is in close
rei lmiiti; ion of aiild hied T. J. Shlaldb W. H.
."¿t cou“ ■•.«
I-. lb ..«..«.ruiino* the
JohiiHoii, mol A I \ > iik I< ri.ool, all of Riley, Or
Ogden by way of Grand Junction April at 12 ¡>er cent.
stale, au i amo in C. s. imiU of live.
enlarged ami equipped with ap touch with the political situation
egoii, mid J T. Garrett, of Ilurim, Oregon.
and Pueblo, where it would lie de-[ These provisions of the lav, will
GBo. W. II.\ yen , Register.
pliances that will insure best re am) knows whence the secession
livered to the Missouri Pacific for doubtless bring in a large portion sults. A scarcity of cows has held talk emanates.—Portland
Tele- ——— ' », -- -,
ATTOKX E Y- AT—LA W,
St Louis and the east.
, :30 p. m. Meeting also
of the taxes during the month of back the creamery industry for tbe ¡gram.
Cartful attention given to Collec
n:mmu:uu:u::n »¡in***..::::: un
It is also understood that a re-, , March, and will make that a busy year past, but most farmers have
Wednesday evening at 8
tion and Real Estate matters.
fusal on the part of the Harriman I month in the sheriff’s office.because increased their herds cl’dairy cows
A.-All are cordually invited
people to accede to demands of the taxpayers, especially heavy ones, ami the shortage of milk will there
Subject for tomorrow:
O regon .
¡Goulds would mean an alliance be- I , wait as long as they can without fore Lu less during the coining sum
A special to the Independent from
iu Times-Herald building
i tween the Goulds and Senator Clark f losing money, and make a grand mer.
I^-wiston, in ar the scene of the
J. Irwin will preach at
I who would be able to give the i rush at the last moment to escape
e 2nd Sunday of each
There lias been considerable talk reported diamond discoveries, says
rSSSI- s WU.UAMS
M- F it » g «* li >
11 a. m. ami 7:30 p. tn.
Goulds a Pacific coast outlet by . penalties.
about over production ami a flood that, adt-ordiug to Clifford Deo, the
• . j etl-s*.
buoi every sabbath at 2
way of the projected Los Angles-,
ing of the markets witii dairy pro discovert r, the Hehls cover an area Í
yvll.LlAMS A FITZGERALD
Salt Lake line.
ducts, lut this fear no longer keeps ot 15 miles long and four miles
' be preaching services |
0/11' in old Masonic L’alMlog.
The situation is further couipli-,
the progressive farmer from contin wide. Deo brought in a large num
1 Creek school housei
A. B. Thompson, one of the But uing in the footsteps of tho success ber of the stones, which he found r
cated by the fact that the Northern
at 2:30 p. ui.
Pacific has announced its iutention ter creek men, who, with Robt. ful dairyman, for lie han already on a hunting trip, «m the side of
S. W. MILLER,
to build a Portland cut-off from Stanfield and others, is figuring on been convinced that the middle ant hill-*. Son,it of the stone» that
Missoula, Mont., through the Clear shipping a train load consisting of man and the commission mer- were t xuminid and thoroughly i 'tí
A. J Irwin pastor.
j Burns, - - - Oregon.
. the third ami fourth
water district, thereby tapping rich 250 beef cattle, to Chicago during chant will create a market.
tei-ted by n nnii' rah gist, located at
Spotted lio.-ne, wen- pronounced by , Jj^gth month at 11 a. tn.
I or the QuRk Relief and 1
»««> W.eSABY territory of the Oregon Railway A thia month, says that they have
Fabbnth school at
Navigation company and the Ore concluded to abandon th“ project,
him sapphires of a.i i-xcollerit qual
A man named Sholz in Tomah.
MfiRSDEN &. GEARY.
ity, sitnil '.r to th« what sapphires
gon Short line. A line from Ogden for the present at least. Thi« is be
Wis., recently < «used the arrest of
Ph) sicians and Surgeons.
, found in tl C.iiiyo district, which
I to a connection with the projected cau‘e local and Sound buyers have
11 young men, who, he claims, ten
are now sbipji -'i to London, Deo in
Clearwater branch of the Northern come up on prices nnd’are are offer
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
dered a charivari with out his hav
OJtr at re» ide net.
iff’nw -Vo •0
sists that Taffanv, of New York,
Pacific is among the possibilities of ing as much as could be secured in
ing been married, and thnt they al
rendered an opinion to the effect
a failure of the Gould and Harri Chicago after the expense of ship-
so destroyed his property. The
DR H, VOLP,
ing was taken out The price of
that the »tones are diimomls. The
man (>eople lo agree.
plaintiff claimh that the men broke
Pkj'Mrian and Surgeon,
The Missoula cut-off would short fered now by lo al dealers is 14 30
general impression ia that the dis
into his cellar and took some can
en tbe Northern Pacific’s St. Paul- i per 100 and raisers are holding for
covery is a sapphire field richer
pFFlC’E AT BEsIDEXl E
F. L. ANDREWS, Proprietor.
ned goods which they devoured,
♦4.50 which they expect to get lie-
Portland line by over 400 miles.
than that of Yogo, which is the
and into his summer kitehen and
L E Hibbard
fore buyers will see these cattle
most noted in the United states. A
■fllibbaixl <N Brownton,
barn and took a blanket and table
B«ke.~ Loufiiv ia State Coavcatioo.
shipped out of the country —Pen
telegram was received in
cloth which they stuffed itto his
L> ENTI >TS.
dleton East Oregonian.
Of e f.r«t door east of The < i iiet« Bauk.
chimneys, smoking them out of the
This hotel is centrally located and under the management of an
Baker C'ty, Jan 18.—Considera
from ex-Senator Wolcott, , of Colora-
house. It is also claimed that they
•ri< need landlord.
The building Io* !>•■• n thoroughly renovated
ble interest centers in the number
A young lady down st Enterprise also destroyed parts of his fences do, inquiring as to the ge > nuiness of
is well furnished.
The dining room is in charge of polite, accom-
of delegates that Baker ccuntv will Oregon, has joined tbe ‘Buffaloes.”
the find, and saying if it . was genu-
§ Having bought tbe R<stau-
The tables are furnished with the beet.
be entitled to in the republican according to newspaper reporta,
me, Morton <). Fr<-wen, the English
state and congressional convention, says Joseph Herald. Sunday morn
*■Vatit busines* of Simon Lewis.
financier, would start for Lewiston
ROO j LVELT on railroads .
respectfully invite a eoolinu-
next spring. On the old apportion ing the young lady took a bitii and
ktionof all old patron., as well
ment the county will have 14, and tbe bathroom being too cold for th*
if there is a change in the appor purpose, she took a position behind
Mu H. E. S mith .
tionment as »ugge* ted by the chair the kitchen stove and cali -1 I.er
man of the state committee the
sister to give her a rubbing down
number will be still larger. Th*
with a towel. During the opera
population of Baker county has
tion tbe young lady backed up
been iucreased by some 3U0O inhab
against the store dire, tlv whir th
PN *4 «
itants by the annexation of the
name of the city in which it wa«
"Pan'naudie” district since the last
manufactured occur«-d, and the
OF ONTARIO OREGON
word -Buffalo” wa. burned deeply
Baiter county will have the larg
Cloudy days preferred for
at i<>n->. I*'ii'iiir* an* I Indi viilunlw
intothefleeh The letter, atanding
est delegation from Eastern Oregon
* making sittii.gs. Photo, fin-
N* »licite« I.
out in bold outline, on a very red
ir. att-udance at either convention,
■ (■b*<1 in carbon and p. ;t::.’jm
field' She refrained from rnakinz
- i • h KHOLDER** -John D Dalv, William Jones. Frank R.
and is therefore destined to cut th* customary «all. <>n -nod ,y and
Ilin. Abtx-r Roi»t>i»'., I> I* Olden M Alexander, N. U. Carpen-
more of a figure in the makeup of put n* the day hoaiing down a pil
:> r, William Miller, E il Teel, Tbo*. 1 urnbul!.
the state and eongre«s.onai ticket* low.
Fir«t-< is*. work
K II. TINT, < ashler.
•r and satisfaction guaranteed.
than it ha. ever done lef.re.
(JVC uw u<o
The republican leaders of th s
TEST COMMUNITY INTERESTS
ns for Tra
FIRST NATIONAL BANK