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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY.OREGON, MARCH
LET THEM SHOW CAUSE Lease the ranges and you stop SHOULD HAVE BE I1ER ROADS roi'ds would have been so great as
the stringing of telephone and tele
to make comparison infinitely in
Within two week, recently 14
I members of the tribe died of con
necessity for tho 6tage lino that THERE IS REAL ECONOMY IN BET.
It is regarded as a gratifying sign
BOTH BEEN GIVEN ALL THE CREDIT
the times that thero seems to be
| superstitious members of the tribe
in all parts of the
1 were firm in the belief spread by
country looking to the betterment
Lease the range and you take
’ the medicine man that someone
j was in league with the evil one to B. W. Rice, of Ontario, Gives Some of Hie from thouaauds of people that which Though the First Expense May Seem High of rural highways. Experiments
Neither Wee Entitled to All, and Each
made in progressive communities
they may never regain—a good
Cost of Meioicuance is Reduced
Causes Why--“Dovastaled by
Bees Amply Rewarded for What
cause the deaths. Superstición at
U.S. BeuH ors
Making Them Cheaper.
Worse Than Mar.
in Massachusets, New York, New
He Did Do.
... (M A. Moody
Jersey, Connecticut, North Caroli
and steadfast resolution to do right,
If the United Slates were to be na, Pennsylvania, and some of the
“Let them show cause why the and a love for American institu-
. .T. T. Geer
In his decision of the Schley ap was whom they accused of causing
iimrJ Go v er qu r
F 1 Dunbar
«■screcary ol State
as a whole, by the stand other states, East and West, have
C S Moore peal the president says.
I am sat I the frequent deaths among the.
J H Ackerman
writer who shown several things. Increased
' members of the tribe.
t R 8. Bean.
said, "The laying out of roads values in farm lands in these com
Friends of the boy warned him
) F. A. Moore
The court is united in condeaung of the ill-will he had incurred and causes why they should not sur- calt- nnj the colt where homes marks the emergence of a nation munities havo been accomplished
1 NKTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
for rearing the from barbarism, and their improve with decreased cost in marketing
” * Dtatrict Jud«e
M. D. CUFFOW Admiral Schley’s action on the the danger with which he was render their homes, their prospects, j 8llou)j ^e builded
ment keeps pace with its civiliza rural products. Better roads have
Win Millet point where it seems lie most grave
their hopes of the future, for the American boy and girl.
threatened, and he in turn went to
.................. J " Morrow
ly erred—bis "retrograde move the missionary with his story and
Lease the ranges and you creat a tion," then indeed is this country brought the people into closer touch
ment.” when he abandoned the asked protection. But upon tho ad some of the causes why:
revenue for the general government not yet far removed from the dark with one another, broader ways of
. Jilines A sparrow
living have superseded the narrow
that will probably one hundredth ness of the savage ages.
i vice of Mr. Sellen, he paid
K a Miller
We have laid out our roads but ness which is too often a character
j K John»on orders and ndstatement of facts in
further attention to the tbreatnings
............ ..Geo Shelley
ritory” around the district which is ruption created, the results of have not improved them. Wu havo istic of rural communities, and
It should be re-
........... J w Buchauau relation thereto.
I of his fellows. Recently he missed
oququ I superintendent
to have a thousand homes which will be a disgrace to every risen superior to the demands for beneficial results havo come in
e ?sS , membered, however,
I appearance at school three days in
'' ' "«M
R J W l L i mu b jority of th'se actions which the succession, and the missionary,sus- end tens of thousands of America’s citizen on the Pacific const, and a better means of communication other wavs. In every such locality
■ HARNEY U. 8. LAND OFFICE :
ii dependent citizens and soldiers dishonor to every citizen elsewhere during the years that have passed; those who, on the score of economy
court censured occurred fiye weeks
i pecting foul play, set out in search
we have prospered in spite of their or otherwise, were opposed to a de
Lease the land and you may de in the United Slates.
. .cha* Ncueii or more before the fight itself, and
of him. Accompanied by a young
hampering conditions. But we parture from the old style of road
signate "robbers roost" here and
it certainly seems that if Admiral
Lease 1 he ranges and you will
■ Indian, he proceeded to the out-
a *■*" 'la«
have, however, reached a point making, are now the loudest in
Schley’s actions were censurable
have an opportunity to show cause
SYLVA KEBEKAH UecreeNo.iX
i skirts of th? Indian village of Kluk
i now little towns are taking form win a few hundred men who know where great further advance in our I praise of the new regime, and those
j he should not have been left as |
Meets every 1st and MU Wednesday.
! Wan, where they came upon a trail
Tillie Jortiuti N. O.
civilization is impossible, unless we i who favored it from the begining
j and color.
second in command under Admiral
Frankie Lrentuu Kvc bec’y.
no fear, who fear nothing but to do
in the snow leading up a gulch.
give them heed—where, in fact, we feel much gratification of their in
Sampson. His offenses were in ef Following this, they came to a
wrong, should sit idly by and see
A. O. U. W. Burns Lodge, No. 47.
>n rb,.- I
designate as ‘grazing lands, unpro their cattle brand changed without can see the arrest of future develop strumentality in establishing a
Meets every Friday night.
H A Dillard, M. W
place where an excavation had been
fitable” where prospective railroad the price being paid,see their homes ment unless our means of eonimun- I custom so productive of general
£ H Hoyt. Kec. called to account for them.
’!> »DC 1
righi ; J
i. ide, and digging there they came
The question of command is in upon a covering of boards, from be lines ere now surveyed, and where torn down against their w’sh, have ieation are made much better than good.
HXHNEY LODGE. NO. 77, I. O O F.
the decree Las already gone forth J the waters of the streams they haye 11.i v now are. To the farmer, upon
The time will doubtless come
MX« st Odd Fclluwi H»U, every oelurdey this case nominal and technical
neath which came a series of hor
ft h ,.
J M lte.tou M. G.
tha‘ a new country shall be opened freely used for half a century taken whose shoulders rests the weight of when the ron Is of the United States
WYK idk , secy. Technically, Sampson commanded
rifying moans. They hastily re
the fleet, and Schley, as usual, the moved the boards, and there lay to which the over-inhabited east I from them, and their country de- the nation, three things are vital will be equal to those of France or
western division. The actual fact, the missionary’s friend rolling iu may turn with relief.
vasted, without having the feeling —good crops, good prices and good Switzerland—and that will be when
prompted the statesman to roads. The first of these conditions the American people are brought to
insane agony,his hair torn in hand
battle was planned not a helm was fuls from his scalp, his face seamed vour maps “not for Americans” exclaim “live mo liberty or give is affected by so many phases of a full realization of the tact that for
W. J. COLEMAN,
wherever the syndicates of no mat me death."—B. W. R ice in Vale weather, season, pest, and other the want of such roads tl.eir mone
shifted, not a gun was fired, not a
I Stenographer aud Notary Public pound of steam was put on the with self indicted scratches and his ter what national control.
things that, it cannot lie controlled; tary losses aro not otdy large, but,
finger nails torn eft' in his frantic
the second depends almost wholly continuous.
' V . A
B lkns , - O kegon .
Lease the ranges and mark the
engine-room aboard any ship ac
''./’'a-- JB - .1 Oili.-v i-i Ci.izens Bank Butlaiuz.
effort to release himself.
upon the first and third. However,
tively engaged in obedience to the
Moodj's Position oil Lend Leasin'. | whether the season be favorable or
Th? boy was lifted tenderly from
>r 2 oe 3H
I GEU. B. 81ZEM.OKE,
order of either Sampson or Schley,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
the grave, and under the protection
the reverse, the price in tho end de
Lease the ranee and you may
save ov their own vessels. Jt was
Congressman M. A. Moody hue' pends much on tho facilties for get
of his rescuers taken to the station noark the territory "keep off the
O regon .' a Captain's fight.
Notice is hereby given that tho
tLhiiM B urns ...............................
of the Northwest Mounted Police, ■rrass” for every one of the hun made a statement of his position on i I ling farm products co market. Most
CttMecoioli“, Lund business, aud Real I
Sampson’s real claim for credit
R. II Brown was on
where he died after a few hours of dreds of thousands of eastern peo- I i the leasing of the public domain, in farming localities being nt least a
tuuiier pruiup Iv aLieuded U>.
the 2nd day of January 1902 duly
^K.-------------------------------- ! rests upon his work as Commander intense
few miles from any railroad station, appointed by the county court of
. vf JHGGb,
in Chief; upon the excellency of brought on by the terrible fright pie who are retreating from syndi-
“The resU't'of tho enactment into the question of haulage, then be liarnoy county Oregon administra
I the blockade; upon preparedness of which he had undergone. It is sus
Biggs & Biggs
“WI h M
law of see’ion 7 of the bill would comes paramount.
tor of the estate of Ralph Brown,
■ the squadron; upon the «rrangment, pected that, the let or medicine type, and who aro seeking homes be compulsory fencing which would,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
deceased. All persons holding
I in the west.
OKEGON. i. of the ships ahead in a semi-circle man who sentenced the boy to the
■ I B ut
for the small grower, be very expen been standing in his own light, lie claims against said estate bhail
I-ease the ranges and you may
Practice in all tna courts of Ore. around the harbor, and the «tand- terrible doom is none other than
sive if not destructi ver. Fencing has paid out for bis poor roads, in present their claims with the pro
per vouchers at the office of Biggs
history as follows “devasted ■
; ing urders in accordance with which Skun-Doo. who served a term at
Golii étions promptly made
| should be optional not compulsory, yearly repairs, many times the and Biggs in the cittyof Burns,
' if permitted at all.
San Quentin penitentiary for the
U« A- il EM BOLD
C. W. P aubish |
- , z-,
cost of good roads, which, in the within six months after the date of
; tack of the Spaniards when the I crime of ordering a.i old woman territory where hundreds of homes
“I am not in favor of any bill beginning,would have been more this notice.
I PARRISH à REMBOLD,
For all these starved t0 jeath ¡' iu the winter of aro now comfortably builded, and which would not secure to the small
Date of first issue January ISth
expensive, but which would havo 1902,
and where other hundreds are em
things the credit is his.
required much less cost in keeping
Linus ( uid Uunyon City,) Oregon.
erging from years of privation and
R. II. B rown
«Ab ptuciice iu ilc Courts vi Haruey ru <I x Admiral Schley is rightly enti
portion of the public range, nor them in proper condition. Tho he-
Administrator of estate of Ralph
G; mu ; vuu.ici» una in me supreme court oi the tled, as is Captain Cook, to the
which would in any way restrict ’ nefits from a system of really good
aX-src. auu also in L . a. Mum o/nce.
Fist Fight in the Senme.
Lease the lands and you will sea
credit of what the Brooklyn did in
the settlement of tiie country. Thia
( Clias. Li. La/onuixi,
Washington, Feb. 22.—During
latter is a most important feature,
A ttorney - at - la w,
well; but I agree with the unani- ^.e pfOgrt.p8 of t)ie debate on the schoolhouse, miss the sound of the j Within the present range area of
r on ML
tei'ul attention given to Collec tnoiis findings of the three Admiral“ Philippine tariff bill in the senate | occasional church bell, and turn
Oregon there are thousands of places
tons and Real Estate mailers.
who composed the court of inquiry this afternoon, McLaurin of South the voting precinct into a bunk auitablo for homestead, and any
J. W. 1MGGS, 1‘ h EMIDENI AND ACTING UABHIRS.
as to the “loop.” It seriously mar Carolina, replying to the assertion house where no woman ever visits ‘ law enacted should bo so framed
B ckns ,
O kegon .
red the Brooklyn’s otherwise excel made by Senator Tillman said: excepting she be a harlot.
| as to stimulate settlement.
Lease the range and when you
Ice in Times-Herald building lent record, being in fact the one “That is a deliberate, willful lie.”
“Under my interpretation of this
grave mistake made by any Amer- Senator Tillman sprang from his meet a horseman therein you may livestock measure, 1 can see no
. r let.
Tao aNTüN W illiams
M. F itz G erald
I N< Oltl’OKATim.)
j ican ship that day.
I seat ran to McLaurin and struck consider him a hired man instead I course open but to vigorously op-
Auoruey at Law.
Kcal La.aiu Ageut
In short, as regards Admirals : .him
him several blows with his clinched
i pose iv as I opposed similar meas-
WILLIAMS & FITZGERALD I Sampson and Schley, I find that fjgf. The men grappled, but the an American citizen in the true i urea last congress; but I would ap
Otu • n old Uuomc Building.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00
McKinley did sub- I senators and employees rushed in ' sense, a freeman, a taxpayer, a vol- preciate a full discussion of the
B lkxs ,
A f Senernl l.ankint; JluwinCHM TrunHiictetl.
, stantial justice in his rewards, and ■ and separated them, There was j
leading question« from those most
i an upbuilder of the industries of
' thete would lie no warrant for re-! touch confusion in the senate,
W. Y. King,
8. W. MILLER,
versing bis action.
The dignity of the senate being | America on the scale that none
W. E Triwli,
J. C. Welcome.
In concluding their report the offended and while suggestions other can reach, that is the Ameri- j
lib j. fully Loaned.
( 'orr<-»<1 >«>nd<’iiee Invited.
Burns, - - — Oregon.
members of the court of inquiry, were being made to preserve ¡ it. t can family.
Admirals Dewey, Benham and Foraker moved an executive ses-
JOHN W UEAHY
That ex-Sta!e Treasurer Phil
: Rc.msey, unite in stating that they sion which was agreed to. Tillman's ' killed at one stroke the hopes of
• the pioneer, you annihilate tli<- am Metsclian unlawfully loaned state
MARSDEN à GEÄRY.
recommend that no further action offensive remark, made while Mc-
■ 1'lijsicians and Surgeons.
be hail in the matter. Witli this 1.aurin was out, was that McLaurin bition of the sou of the pioneer, and monev and ree^ived interest on the
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
| recommendation I must heartily voted for the ratification of the ( • destroy the reasonable prophecy «lime, was decided in Balem in the
GjJio al rtttd'w.
Phone Xo. ’O'
Paris treaty in exchange for federal
A England banking company. The
of the new country.
patronage in the South.
was giyn to decide ns to
INDIOS BIRIFB BOV ALIVE.
objections filed by Ladd
Physician and Surgeon,
HAILEY <t ANDREWS, Propri-tor. HI RNS, OREGON.
Miss Store is Released.
endanger th* timber thereon, you V Bush regarding the payment of
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE
interest on the claims of E. C. Gilt
-n left I
nant spirit of revenge, inspired by
Constantinople, Feb. 23.—Miss cr>-at temptations for dishonest tax
ner, Phil Metsi han, J. A. Baker,
-----„ thru *n tun
I. E. Hibbard
: fear and superstitiomlndians of the Ellen M. Stone, the American mis
y llibbaixl & Brownton,
t’ 11 O«i
assignee of the claim of E. J. Swaf
i Chilkat tribe, near Haines Mission, sionary who with Mme T.ilka was
rk. < r<
Alaska, buried one of their fellows captured by brigands in the district the present desire to ««arch for ar ford and W. II. Odell. The obj<-c-
tt'f e f b . d.H - eaa’of The '' Irena
i alive February 6. The victim of I of Salónica September 31) last, bas tesian water «ml you preclude the tors allered that Giltner wa« the
| this fiendish torture was a boy about tieen released and arrived atStruin- posibility of reservoiring the waters ayent of Mctschan, and that both
Th id hotel is centrally located and under th- management of an
were depositing funds belonging to
' 15 years of age, and the immediate itxza. at 3 o’cloclc this morning. which now wist« on to the sea.
landlord, The building has been thoroughly renovated
l/eaaa til* land« and you take the state treasury, that the claim of
Having bought the Restau- 'cause of the act was the suspicion Nobodv was at Strumilxza to meet
The dining room is in charge of polite, accoin-
nod in well furnished,
on the part of the Indians <ommit- Miss Stone, ar the brigands bad them out of the reach of the poor Swafford was for a depo.it« of city modeling waiter«.
■ r.cit business of Simon I.-wis.
Tbe tables are furnished with the liext.
H I reapectfuUy invito a cunUuu- ■ ting ths outrage that the victim given no indication where they p rö ar>d place them in the bands of fui.ds, and that of Odell for state
on 'M kO
tlM- rich, a thing that has been the money belonging to the state land
M at.on of all old patrons, as well 'had caused the Heath of certain of posed to release their priraner.
board Ladd and Bush were credit
n left M
their fellows by witchcraft, learned
a as ne«
M b « H E S mith
Mme. Tsilka and her beby were fall of nation after nation since the
or« of the Williams .1 England
of the white mieeionori'a.
also released at the aame time All angels ««ng together at creation of
l.ank, open a claim in tbe princi
exo exc- ex^ ♦ vaocs
Toe to, in question wae a e’.a- are well.
pal sum of »10,000; the court found Ç ]<>HM D htl.V. Pm-maar.
•••••••••••••••••••••••••• d-nt at the missionarv school of
M. ALEXANDER. 11< ► I’«»» ii > xst .
Mina Stone immediately made
mark the map« "no poor man’s they have receiv«-1 individeriils the c
Milo A. Sellen. a methodlsl mis herself known to the autle.ritie«
>n '»ft 1J
•JOHN McM I 'LLEN
over the territory leased full sum of »10.170 N.'l from the re
sionary. who for several weeks had
The first news of Mias .Mtorie's re
1>e*n engaged in work among the lease was contained in a telegram aud ail tbe surrounding territory , ceiver. and that there is still due
Cbilkats. The older am of the received bv Dickenson, the Ameri where little towns are now prosfier- them interest st ten per cent per Í
OF ONTARIO. OREGON.
tribe have been slow to accept his can < ouaui-gaiterai at Constantino- <>ue, and where tbe region is now annum on the principal sum of»IO - e
000 from November 14. 1905. until c Yi-i-ouni' «»I <.’oi’pojisti«iiif4. Finn» unti ImlivuliutlM
teachings, but among the younger ’ pie, fro m the American vice-conacl self- supportin'’.
Claud v days preferred for
the date of the first payment.
J making Sittings. Photo« 6n-
8T<X KHOLDERS:—John D. Daly. William Jones. Frank R.
2 li.bed in carbon and platinum J j .uw^re and faithful friends. Recent- no details of the release.'
If yuu de-aJre to re-»<*ed your
ffin. __ Abner
B. F Olden, M. Alexander, N. U. Carpen-
ly on* of: be««, a loy t-5 yearWof
As Strumitxxa is near the Salor.- have a freehold, in which crime
; < ffe .s.
U-r. William Miller, E H. Teat, Thue Turnbull.
xge, d - .aimed belief in the let or- iea-Uskob railroad. Miss Stone will will be difficult of detection, and to meadow »•* Bcbarartx A Budelli.nn
I .'istantai.eors process used
n.ed Seine man of the tnbe. and proceed to Salónica withooi delay. which tbe outlaws of th* whole átono. They have a gissi eapply
E H. TEST, ( ashler,
FjM c!e#« wn*k
coimtry may il«w a? a house of re of Brom s, R< d T p and Alfalfa
gained the ii.ta-nse ill Will
1» iuif li Urd
caaa. < j « v
a *« <as«_
of the follower« of that officious
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