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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, MARCH
auy member of the legislative as DO NOT LEASE THE LANDS right to lease 10 acres additional MAKES A HIT AT CHARLSTON that fat off Pacific Coast state.
for each acre you so unlawfully had ,
sembly the right to introduce any
"The immense pieces of timber,
inclosed ‘in the year ending Janu-1
measure. Tbe whole number of>
sawlogs and other forest products,
ary 1, 1901.’ and you may without
WILL COME UP FOR THE VOTERS' votes cast for Justice of the Supreme
HUBE«' Kl E rtON KATES:
WONDERFl'L EXHIBIT ATTRACTS AT and then the fine mineral exhibit,
control the same, and if
where they could see large pieces
OPINION AT ELECTION.
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TENTION OF VISITORS.
C. W. PARRISH, WRITES.
tbe cattle, horses, goats or sheep of
preceding the filii.g of any petition I
of ore from a hundred different pay
for the initiative or for the referen-1
an actual settler stray and graze
ing mines of gold and silver, copper
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thereon, you shall have a lien as by |
and other precious metals. Then,
The Long-Proposed Constitutional Amend
J. 1!. Mitchell
of T„ .e.Skiutors
the number of legal voters nee ss Large Stockgrowers and Corpoaations Only attachment on them, to indemnify 1 Products of the Far Off Webfoot State Proves again, on half a dozen pyramids
ment is to be Decided in June—Pro-
Astonishing to Distinguished Ger*
Ones Benefitted--There Are Other
bable Fate of Measure.
you lor each blade of grass they 1
ary to sign such petition shall be
are displayed fruits of all kinds and
uians, W ho Visit Exposition.
(M. A. Moody
Jesse D. Carrs in the West.
may eat thereon, or injury they!
.......... D R. N. OhM Kburn
counted. Petitions and orders for
varieties,aud of such size and flavor
le h ‘ iiDrue,
............. T. T. Geer
One of the questions to be decid the initiative and the referendum
i I Duubar
may do your possession.”
unknown to them, especially the
„.¿..C scrBiaryoi Male .....................
Burns, Ore.. Feb, 24.—(To the
,z ’ . U S Moore
The French-Glenn Livestock I wonderful products common to Fellenberg prunes, of which a box
action........... J H Ackerman ed by the voters at the next June shall be filed with the secretary of
Editor.)—The bill now in congress,
W H Leeds
. R S. Bean, election is whether or not the peo state, and in submitting the same called the Millard bill, for leasing Company, of which Mr. Lusk, pre those who have grown up amongst was opened fnr sampling, a prune
beuta » ipreiu. juujv
sident of the American Cattlegrow them, but strange to the uninitiated for which Oregon is famous, ap
F A Moore
to the people he and all other of- j
and referendum amendment to the fleers shall lie guided by the gener the vacant public lands in Oregon ers’ Association, is president, has eve, are attracting deserved atten pealed to them very much, for Ger
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State Constitution. The proposi al laws and the act submitting this and several other states, after pro many acres of public land to which 1 tion at the Charlston Exposition mans are loyers of good prunes.
........... M' U wi.*mm
Wu. 5»lU«i tion is "up to” the people, aftez
viding for a preference right of leas
!p. «: ,>lui-aevre«c»l..ti¥e ..... ........ ■■■ * “
he has no title fenced in, and so , And the Eastern press does not Next were the pine needle fiber
amendment, until legislation shall
r Ivrl .Uui-Seuatur
..J w Morrow banging fire for several years. A
ing such lands by owners of culti-
had iu the year ending January 1 •1 hesitate to make this t-HCt known to products the only factory of this
be especially provided therefore.”;
, yated agricultural land in propor
CUTT-II ARSEY :
few years ago much was said for —Telegram.
1901,” and would also benefit by the world. In the Charleston Even kind beinw in Oregon and the only
James A Sparrow
!U,niti Uouty JuJ<e
.11. Riciiardson and against this method of legisla
k’'“» .erk . *
ing Post of a few days ago appears American competitor Germany has
of freehold abutting upon their free
J KJohnson tion, but now that the problem is
• flout ir/eyur........
lengthy article referring to Ore in this line, and these gentlemeu
holds, and also a preference of 10
j W Lue ha uàn coming tip for adoption or rejection,
gentlemen, who are so worried gon's exhibit and the way in which admitted that its fiber was stronger
J < Bnrtlett
■ acres of leasehold to one acre of
.E J Noble interest seems to have disolved.
about the public range, and favor the displays, so to say, charms atid more flexible than the German
Salem, Or., Feb. 28.—The state
j m mass toners
R J Williams
At tbe last legislature the Gov land board today reached a final j freehold to stockgrowers who are the leasing of the same at 2 cents 1 those whose good fortune it is to article, and were surprised at the
ó7 ’W on fort]
HAMSl U. 8. LAND
! also freeholders, still further pro-
ìeo. W Ha ve« ernor was instructed to have the decision in regards to tbe form of[
an acre, and ask them where does visit the fair. The article referred many by-products manufactured
die efister ...
‘it in tii
proposed amendment published for contarct that will be made with ir-1 | vides, quoting verbatim from tbe ths “little feller,” or the new-comer to follows:
from the pine needles of Oregon,
five consecutive weeks in one news rigation companies for the reclama ! 'till as follows:
here are the famous Oregon
paper in each judicial district, This tion of arid lands. The form ad-1 "The further preference to lands want to induce to come to our wild ture of the visit on Saturday last hops, which are so extensively used
REBEK a H Degree No.43
le S oo rJ iecu» every 4 a 1 una ad ttetiae^.a}.
has been complied with. This opted is expected to meet the ap-'
of the distinguished Germans who | 1 now iu Europe, Germany in parti
i il lie j DB. ku > o.
visions of this section shall be given , lands and make a home "get off'.’’’
B Frankie . Tuition Ke«' ?
»Die uni-'. _
"P and*aiii.».lRlil» S^-
------------------ method was taken of placing a copy proval of the several concerns which to stockgrowers who were in actual i "Oh, yes,” you say, be gets off in stopped off at Charleston from the ' cular, to add strength and pala-
| of the proposed amendment before have been seeking contracts. In
A. Q. U. W • 3urus Uud^e, No. 47
the expending of that , 2 cents for Prizessin Louise Victoria, which tableness to their worldreuowned
-deetoevery Friday liigiti.
the people. Despite this circula- brief, the board has decided that it use and occupancy of said lands surveys and big canals, and storage put in here on her way north after brews of good beer.
U A Dillard. M. W.
E 11 iiojt. Kec. I tic n, there were thousands who fail-
reservoirs ami distributing ditches, a cruise, was the view they had of | "Several of these gentleman who
will give an applicant a contract !
led to familiarize themselves with for the reclamation of arid land at | 1901.”
i lL'i"1 HARNEY‘LODGE. NO. 77, I. O O F.
paying salaries toward a great the Oregon exhibit at the exposition. own large estates, were especially
We are led to inquire why a man
at odd r'tiluA's Hull, every Saturday I the document.
tTopim jq », »,
j M Daibuu N. G.
a price to be estimated by a civil or corporation that was a stock-1 irrigation scheme, that is to make They were introduced to Colonel' interested in the grain, grasses and
s\ Y King, secy.
County Clerk Swetland will engineer appointed by the state
the arid plains of the great Henry E. Dosch, one of the Oregon I forage plnnts; the length of the rye,
'8, Th pen
place on the ofl'n ial ballot, "Initia- land board. This price will be the grower and in actual use and occu- j West ‘blossom like the rose.’ ” commissioners ami general super- ! 1 wheat and oat straws and the
J raotfE'-sjioAAL cardò .
plumpness of these cereals were
' live and referendum amendment.” amount due the reclamation com- ; pancy of public lands in the year
Well, after sober deliberation, we intendent of the exhibit and when
| “ending January 1, 1901,” or iu
wonders; the various clovers, vel-
: and the words "Yes” and "No.” pany, and the amount for which !
timothy and other
¡other words in the year 1900, and submit the only place for him to he informed them that he was a jches,
j This is also ordered by law. A
W. J. CULEMAN,
the company will have a lien upon is not now in such use and occu- ‘get off” is in that beautiful pream ‘Landstiinm’ of theirs and born at grasses are of such size and rich-
almost incomprehensible to
inarforr oieiiugraph r aud Notary Public j space will lie left so that the voter the land. The state engineer will | pancy, should have a preference ble of the bill, where it says: "A Mitinz on the Rhine, it was a signal
i tnav mark one or the other accord
“?d then lhe-v BP‘e<1 Ltb"
also fix tbe rate the company may’ j j right to lease for 20 years 10 or 20 bill to provide for the leasing for for a general shaking of hands and
wonderful grapes, some bunches
C ! WHtiettf
' ing to hie choice Every county charge per year for use of water by j
fivu or „¡x pounds esch
Y on left 3
' acres of land for each acre he or it
clerk, withiu 30 days after the
and reserving all rights of home versation naturally drifted into und j|le bottle of wino made there-
settlers upon reclaimed land.
< hair on
' so used or occupied in the year 1900 |
UiiHJ ö. blz-LeUUKE,
election, must send an abstract of
»« d . icftfl
| from, they exclaimed: ‘You have a
Tiie state land board has reached
stead and mineral entry, the rental German.
over a man who wishes to become
indeed. Such diyersi-
to be a special fund for irrigation.” “Commisaioner Dosch seemed in a
this decssii n after consulting with
ftl”. iar..i uivbiö, .
O regon . Secretary of the Slate, and the lat
a settier or stockraiser on the pub
Prod.,,et8 “ y,°"
» right ta? ]
But the place where the cattie king, Hpecinlly happy frame of mind, a«
uiic.c.KM»-, i.ana ou->ine>a, and Keai 1 ter will canvass the votes of the
I hibiling in such abundance,coupled
and monopolist “gets in his work” , he pomted out that the roof of their wHh Joyr unesoeHed clinmtio ^on.
in this state. A difference of op
11 Jeff gtlll,
Why should this act not only
r with c<,
counties and publish the results in inion has exiiisted concerning the
is in the whole of the body of the building hud at last been completed <litiona, are us near perfection as
on brisk«. j. »» i*4«»U&,
give almost unlimited preference to
at least 10 newspapers.
bill. We will have occasion later and he had just put on the finishing as tiossible,* mid it w»s with d ifli-
Uli if pg’.;:;
Big j5 & Biggs
Constitutional amendments are this difference has caused the delay. present stockraisers, but also be re to call attention to other peculiari touebe» to his exhibits,so the guests ' culty that they hurried on and re-
l-e in rigk’
rather hard things to please the Tile attorneys for the irrigation com troactive and give preferences to | ties of the bill, which will show would see what one state of the | luctantiv pai-tcd expressing, how-
' riiie: EK AriOK.sE As - AT - LAW,
lea, Gs KiNS, — --- --- --- OREGON. majority of the people of the state.
ever, the hope ‘Auf wtederseben.
those who no longer use or occupy |
that the proposal to lease the public Union could produce, and it was . And jn co^clu.ion the Post says;
panies urged immediate action, up
XI « hi yjgk Practice iu ail toe courts of Ore.
Ac the election two years ago on the ground that development of such lands, or who may no longer ‘ I lands of tbe nation'is not advanced indeed 11 eight. As the Colonel
“Oregon is indeed entitled to the
0 on n«yfc.
there were several proposed agnend- the arid regions in Eastern Oregon ' j be stockgrowers?
oUectious promptly made
by those who have at heart the gen- passed through Oregon's exhibits gratitude of Charleston for having
We here call to mind another act t
ments and the repeal of one amend is being delayed. The board took
1 oral welfare of the great West, but explaining its wonderful resources, ’ come » over 4000 mile« and the only
A - liM14BUE
C. W. PAUkldH
ment before the people, but the re the position that while it felt a d - of congress, passed about tbe year j that is a measure mostly in the in- one could hear only the exclama Pacific coast state to make such an
à REM BOLD,
suit in their case does not brighten sire to promote the development of:
I terest of men and corporations that tions, ‘Wundnrschoen and wunker- 1 plete
v«»iu iyi v.zv.irM
Jkl iunievri-at— Law,
, the prospect for the one now under 1 Eastern Oregon it must follow the j
j wish to control immense bodies of bar,’ everything seemed to interest 1 artistically arranged,
and we do
Buriló (ML'l U tnvon Cuy,; Ut egon.
fence the public land« and provid- i
»Vni piaci»!« -* la luv « v Ult b vi llUluvy aulii advisement. The text is as follows.
land and prevent settlement there them intensely and they no doubt I not wonder that our German guest»
.,-rf <tüE couuufs a.i'i 1:1 «ut bupi eme C«. uri 01 me j
I “Section 1 of article IV of the yield to the demands of the apli-1
t.a. auu aiSv tu c . s. *anu o ilice.
of until they can get through con will haye a good story to tel) about | were so delighted."
— Constitution of the State of Oregon cauls until the advice of attorneys stroving of such unlawful enclo gress other acts whereby they can
<JDa- 11. Leouunl,
sures And we recall also that i
. shall lie and hereby is amended to mid been obtained
for a song purchase such large hold
A I TOK5EY-AT—LAW,
alio ut the year 1899 and 19(H) pro
I read as follows:
ing«, and then .dole them out to tho
SUMMARY OF ARID LAND LAW.
artful attention given to Collec
secutions were begun in the Federal |
Section 1. The legislative au-
' homesteader at their own price.
tions and Heal Estate mailers.
The law provides, in brief, that courts for California and Oregon I I There are other Jesse I). Carrs, and
J. W. U kki B, 1’ h BSIDKNT AND ACTINO UASlfttR.
; thority of the state shall be vested
| Notary 1’ubiic
H. C. L ktknh , Vica-PssaiDüNT.
I in a legislative assembly, consisting any person who desires to reclaim against one Jesse D Carr and others and they have the American Cattle
B urns ,
O regon .
' of a senate and house of representa arid land shall make application to punish them for maintaining growers’ Association a» their figure
nu k. unaemi^H
wer |«rt loffia in Tirues-Herald building
tives,but the people reserveto them therefor to the state land board, i fences inclosing thousands upon head —C hahi . es W. I’ akrisii in the
Oli .'eft litó«
selves power to propose laws and submitting at the same time maps thousands of acres of fine grazing, Oregonian.
• i„ r.
ÍOaMToM W 1LL1AXÍU
agricultural and mineral public
Notary Public amendments to the constitution, and plans of the proposed irrigation
Reul Estate Age ut and to enact or reject the same at «ystem. The application must al lands within the states of Oregon
Hr, tpIR in 1«
bine«! on left! WILLI AMS A- FITZGERALD
| tbe polls, independent of the legis so contain an estimate of thecost and California, and the cases »ere
plilB and u;
lice ib ole Masonic building.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00
lative assetnbly, and also reserve ofconstructing the irrigation system fought to a finish by Mr. Carr, and
O regon .
A Cleneral Banking UuHiiieH« Tranflactod.
power at their own option to ap and the annual cost of maintenance, j
f crop in left
mandates or decrees of the courts, streams in the United States is the
on k fuhoti
W. Y. King,
I. S. (h^er.
of the legislative assembly. The tract with the apiicarit for the re but ojienly defied the government Deschutes river in central Oregon
W. E Trlaeh,
J C Welcome.
first power reserved by the people clamation of the land, and the state | and its courts, and the courts thro’ says an exchange. Almost all rivers'
< ’oriN-Hjxiruienee Invited.
Burns, - - - Oregon.
is the initiative, and not more than land lioard makes an application to the federal marshals and their I have wide extremes in tbe volume
8 per cent of the legal voters shall the secretary of the interior for a i posses, were coin|ielled to tear down 1 of their flow, running at flood in,
be required to propose any measure contract binding the United States Mr. Carr's unlawful enclosures and the spring and low or even dry in
by such petition shall include tbe to convey the land when reclaimed. throw the lands smuggled and the summer months. Hut Deschutes
FateicMns and Surgeons.
river widely differs f-om the rule,
full text of the measure so proposed,
The irrigation company is given hoarded thereby Often to the free
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
and is notable for its remarkably
full and exclusive possession of the
bar ■ . left i -
Phone No. SU *
?; murk, at-
the secretary of state not less than land front the time the contract is
f- nr month’ before the election at made. Tbe company must begin at an expense of thousands of dol- vear. Measurements taken over a
bip: mark. 4
' series of years by the United States
pH H. VOLP,
it, wattle oa.<
which they are to be voted upon. work on its ditches within six 1 lars to the government.
Mr. Carr was a ‘‘»tockrai»er’’»nd »geological survey to ascertain the
..,r. Hjsieian and Surgeon,
Tbe second power is the referendum month* after the contract shall be
BAILEY A ANDREWS, Proprietor. BURNS, OREGON.
,i.'L‘ ", ■ ••»l-D E AT !tF»lI.EX-'E
and it may be ordered (except as to made with the secretary of the in i ‘in actual use and occupancy” of amount of its discharge show that
law« necessary fur the immediate terior. and by the end of the first all those land» "in the year ending the river discharges an almost uni
on left etil H. Br*ra
‘ L E. U ibbard
preservation of the public peace,) year 10 per cent of the necessary January 1. 1901,” and was .hen, by form volume of about (UHM) cubic
?•. THLcoi llibb «ill ¿c Bivwutou,
e V on left
either by the petition signed by 5 expenditure« must lie make, and keeping them inclosed, a wrongdoer feet tier second, and that the flow
> In left t-a?
; I )E.\TW1X
and open violator of the laws of the in the winter is but little more that,
•. bar 11 00 Office <rr : >*r ear: of T..t t i.i,z<i»e Lank. per cent of tbe legal voter», or by must 1 ornplete the. work within such
this, and the sumtr.er very little
reasonable lime as may be fixed in Nation enacted for the protection
Euru . Oregon.
This hotel is centrally located and under the management of an
bills are enacted. Referendum the contract. After land has been of the home-»«-eker and the miner, less An explanation for the strange
petition» shall be filed with the reclaimed, any citizen of the United vet hy the bill of the American behavior of this river is sought in experienced landlord,
The building has been thoroughly renovated
secretary of state not more than 90 States may secure title to 169 acre» Cattiegrowers’ Association, fathered the charactor of the country though i and is well furnished.
The dining room is in charge of polite, accoin-
•iny» after the final adjournment of th« reef by paving the holder of tbe by Mr. Millard, it is proposed to 'which it and i«a tributaries tllow inodating waiters.
The tables are furnished with the best.
tbe legielative assembly which ! lien the proportionate amount due I legitimatize the wrongdoMigs of Mr The whole region in gorrner ages
passes the bill on which the refef- on the tract desired, provided the i Carr, »el aside the act against un was washed by a succeesion of
endum is demanded. The veto , state land board shall designate lawful inclosures, sav to the courts. great lava flows which are found to
>rC OE tie
^»■er ui the g ivernur 1» not to ex- , tbe proportion of tbe amount of tbe | “By your decrees and n>aadat<-« be separated by other layers of sand
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U-nd v> naasure« referred to the ¡entire lien which the desired tract you have filched from the lrea«urv and grav'd, ft is thought that the
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OflO-Xlflr» 0*0 K
people. Air election» on measures liears to the whole tract subject to of the people this vast sum of mon rain, instead of rashing at once to ? >• 00. ."»flO OflO -»flO
« I,» mid » wt . •
the streams, sinks into the rich and
*>» N McMI'LI.EN • referred to the people of tbe state the lien The deed to the land is ey and squand r 1 it”; an
• . ebaH if- held at th* btenn.al regular to be executed by the state land to Mr Carr, '* I he nario»JB
»integrated, and gradually down
• V-' ’Si p’ e- n«. except when the lioard ai d will m the form
wbat it iw» d f
nd into the rock layer», act a»
• !e- slative as«embiv shali order a quit.
OF ONTARIO, OREGON. ?
t storage reservoir* and keep
rn-Srred for •'. ferrej to tbe people shall take ef-
1 \i-iounts of <’01 ]«Miktion.-. Finn» und Individual* •
jlv of water «0 the streams.
and l.sccme the law when it 1»
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is quality of steadiness of flow
roved bv tbe majority of tbe
car<xNi and platinum
1 cs«t tberr on, and not ofher-
Bobbin» B F Oldfll M A > 1 and-r. 5. I' C»rp«n- X
per. and will make its water
Ti.e st vie of all hills shall
r» of which a number are n<e 1 tar, William Miller, E. 11. Test, Thoe. Turnbull.
B» it enacted by the people of
■iud it« water supply much
E H. TENT, Cashier.
the »Ute bi Oregon." This eflation
B aft<-r when enterprise an.l 1
ion are r"ady v> n»e t!.' ' ¿ o <^av u«v ^aao
ted to deprive
.ucc uj««. smo
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