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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY.OREGON, MARCH 29, 1902.
occupancy large areas of govern- Congress through Oregon’s delega decided lack of moisture, and that TEXAS STEERS ARI-
iis some made to order to till out
went land for an indetinile period, tion, or other western delegations, the condition of the crop is by no
Leasing will be nothing short of setting forth the objections! features means so good as it was a year ago,
“1 found the Texans a great
setting apart to the lessee for the and the reason for protest against and it is feared the lai k of moisture LIVESTOCK MATTERS AS VIEW ED BY hearted and courteous class of peo
SOME PERTINENT QUESTIONS BY A occupancy of hie stock the ranges the enactment of the leasing mea cannot be made up in time to do
ple,"said Mi. Millis. ‘•They aro
C. J. MILLIS.
which are now supporting the mix sure. These petitions could bo cir much good in pulling the crop up
anxious to get all the information
ed herds of the country. Especial culated by carriers, by copies in to the proportions of a year ago. In
t hev rail regarding Oregon and
ly would enclosures of the ranges every poatotfice—and then trans the Big Bend country there is more lie tlx. Just Returned From Fort Wostb, Washington. In their evtimTtii ii
J. H. Mitchell
The Unmitigated ball of tbe Cattle kings in Eastern Oregon become a hard mitted to congress at the earliest new acreage than in any other sec
Texas. Where he Attended Meeting
dieso states are the ideal states for
In Askiog President Roosevelt to
of Railroad Livestock Agents.
ship to him whose interests are com- ! possible date.
cuttle. 1 was interviewed by the
. fM A. Moody
“Suspend tbe Law.”
.1). R. N. Blackburn
paratively small because the topo-' It behooves every business man that the railroads are depending
.............. T. T.Geer
C. J. Millis, livestock agent of Ft. Worth papers, and tried to pre
. .F I Dunbar
of the range country, the to study the proposed measure and for a stand oil' for the poor, yield
.,e.?rsa-y al state
sent this section’s merits in tiie
. .. j II Ackermau
arid character of tbe low hill and act promptly if his judgment may which now seems inevitable. The the O R. A- N. Company, has re- proper colors. I was accused by
Sup:. rublic iMtruetwn
plain lands. And the great dis dictate.
y K. B. Bean.
reseeding in Umatilla and Walla
one paper of coming from Oregon—
a resolution |
.> C. Wolverton few days ago adopted
Portland March 4 for Ft. Worth,
C orrespondent .
tance separating water supplies
) F. A. Moore
Walla counties lias not been done
asking President Roosevelt to sus
Texas. Whileen route he attended ‘a state where the beeta are so large
k NISETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. _
together with his limited require
under very favorable circumstances
the Colorado Cattle (¡rowers’ Asso that they have to chop them ill two
M. D. C lifford
with an axe I«fore they can gel
until action on.
ciation's meeting at Denver. While
............ ¡S Geer on public ranges
J oi ut-Ke presentati ve
enclosing small areas, securing arti- ’
stirred up the ground a dry wind ,
..‘‘.’..J \V Morrow
them into n pot ’
the leasing question is taken.
there lie met many Yf the larger
ficial waters and maintaining these . Half Million Acres Wiped Out by Frost swept, over the country and absorb-|
“1 met a number of prominent
The first impression must be that
livestock men of the Middle West
James A Sparrow
conditions without too great and
and Washington cattle buy
Coon tv Jadfe
H. Kk hardson one has not read
Swinging his hammock in a cattle
K A Miller
current an expenditure of labor and
the ground so dry that the wheat
City who were buy
J K Johuson
car, he rolled down through the
capital to warrant the venture.
Half a million of acres of winter was very slow in gerininatin>’, and Panhandle of Texas to Ft. Worth ing tin young tborougbred cattle.
W Buchanan very inconsistency of asking the
On the whole, the leasing mea- I wheat have been resown in Oregon, I will not have a very good start.
J « Bartlett
There have been many of these
action: Superi I'eadent
.E J Noble Executive head of the government
where he presented his credentials
acoi'.li i'ie, ? -tor
sure is generally received bv the I
♦ a . Venator
brought into Oregon within the last
K, J Williams to suspend and set aside the laws
average business man, representing of the February frosts which come few ve rs might be eummatized as mid was admitted as a lay reader six months. The O. R, A N. alone
of the land, thereby becoming a
to the meeting of the Texas Cattle
...Geo. W Ha'ea
various interests throughout the j
down with killing effect on a num follows:
has handled not less than 6.5 oars.
. . ..Chas. Newell party to its violation bv omission
range country, with the greatest ber of unprotected localities in the
A larger acreage of spring ami (¡rowers' Association, which was
“I find that the Texas cattle are
during the interim pending the coll
dread and apprehension, and if it three states, says the Oregonian. winter wheat combined than ever
up rapidly. Breeders are
sideration of this measure—or for
Mr. Millis also attended the first
passes to law will become 11 calam Umatilla county alone was damag before. A very small acreage of
SELVA REBEKAH Uegrev No..3
the same blooil strains
any other period—liable to the pen
aaelo.'erj ill UU<1 30 ilBl itwl.'.
Tillie joiuau N. <',•
ity—segregating and setting apart ed to the extent of 100,000 acres. winter wheat in first-class condition annual convention of the National as lire recognized hero as being the
Fraukie Hrentuü kec Bec y
alties provided for disregarding a
to the stock chiefs the range in a Walla Walla county was still hard and a very large aereado of spring
standard—Shorthorns and Here
law prohibiting one of tbe most
A. O. U. W. Burn» Lodge, No. 47
few great reservations—bounded er hit. Eureka Flat, which pro wheat in hardly as good condition Agents, at Ft. Worth. March 10 ford*. I'lie far-famed,Texas steer,
mid 1 1. at which time a permanent
perhaps by county lines if they duces more big crops than any as that of a year ugo.
E H Uovi. Hee. the average stock-raiser, practices
with his long horns is a thing of
may stop there—together with the other section in Washington, was
Union county, which lost more organization of tho Résiliation was tiie past now. 1 saw none in Texas
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
waters at present available, and practically all reseeded, and there | heavily than any other section 1; 1; *■* I etl’ei ted. He had the distinction of Occasionally there is one, hut so
terests throughout the western
lining tlie only representative of
witness the resolution to the Presi
7.Vi p U1,
w y King, becy. ranges, and one which the govern
is a big winter wheat district in the ¡ season, is now in tine condition, the railroad livestock agents from (lie rare are they becoming that they
dent heretofore referred to which is
are esteemed now to lie quite a cur
Palouse that will this year be
ment has been compelled to guard
prima facie evidence that a Hercu planted in spring grain after tbe ilar reports are received from her- Pacific Northwest, and he was fully iosity. These wild, long-horned
against by vigilance and force at
repaid for his 2,000-mile trip to the
lean effort will be made to execute fall wheat was swiped out
creatures that once roamed the
entirely i mun and Wasco counties. Fortun Lone Star state.
all times. Tbe consequence of this
ranges were of Spanish breed,
violation can only be excelled by the scheme and convert it into cold or left in such straggling patches j
W. J. L'OLE MAN,
of the damaged teriilory tributary
riieir rapid dissappearance is it
the viciousness that lurks within law with the determination and that it was drilled over and resown
to Puget Sound than to Portland, po e of having recreation that Mr. suprising commentary upon tbe
Stenographer aud Notary Public
the proposed lease law itself, which lightning activity that marks the Conflicting reports have been com
but even the Puget Sound cities Millis went on this junket. Hu effectiveness of breeding a superior
B urns , - O hegon .
if it becomes legal, shall bn nothing usual methods of legalizing fraud ing in from the wheat districts since
I Office xu Citizens Bank Building.
will not suffer much, if any, loss of was after information relative to strain.—Port land .Ion rim I.
short of a curse—not only to sinal 1- It may lie apprehended that the the cold weather nearly two months j
business if there is favorable spring cattle politics in Texas, mid 1ms re
Ï GEO. 8. blZEMOKE,
er stock interests, but to the gener endeavor will be to rush it through ago, but it was not until the past
wheat weather, foa they have a very turned chock full of steer statistic*
al development of the country and congress before the light of intel few days of warmer weather that
large area of new wheat land in .mid comments on cows. It is in
.B uhns , .............................. O regon . every ordinary business interest in ligent consideration falls upon it the full extent of the damage was
ÜeiHc.ioD-, Laud business, and Reul it.
learned, and some fields which; their territory.
It would put the smaller stock and the time for protest expired.
Is hereby given that by order
Northwest finds its chief competi
mailer prouiL ’lv aûleaüed U>.
had appearantly come through the
out of business, and ntateriallv hurt
and entered on the Sth day
tor in tho matter of supplying the
POINTS TO PEACE.
other interests. It would at the men and business men are aroused winter all right ara now being re
of February 1W2 the undersigned
Northern cattle ranges.
same time cause the homeseeker, and come out of the dark, if they seeded.
Biggs & Biggs
Oregonians seem to have a was appointed administrator of the
slumber too long, each with his
Pretoria, March 23.—Acting Pre
In Oregon the greater part of the
very remarkable effect upon the estato of Emma J. Davis deceased
gATTORNEYS- AT - LAW,
business wili likely be over the damage is confined to Umatilla j sident Schalkburger, F. W. I’eitz.
OBROOS. try, to give up his enterprises—
localities they visit in other section's and all persons holding claims
fence in the lime with much liesure county, but some of the exposed ex-secretary of state for the Trans
of tho country. For eighteen against the estatuare hereby notifi
Practice in all tbe courts of Ore. even before seeking—on account of to cuntempiate ai.d ponder on the
patches in Morrow county were al- , vaal, and Commandants Lucas
months th« Texas Panhandle has ed to present the samo to me at
Collections promptly made.
bv which he should be beset in be frailties of human nature, to study so touched sufficiently to demand Meyer and Kreigii, with their sec been dry and athirst. The very my residenci near Drewsey, Oregon
C. W. P arrish
ing compelled <o settle within an the effects of the misquito bite on reseeding of t he whole or a part of retaries and attendants, arrived night lifter Mr Millis’ arrival n big verified as l>v law required, within
F PARRISH à REMBOLD,
enclosed reservation—a large pas tbe “black leg,” and other weighty the affected farms. Between Uma here yesterday at 2:04 P. M on a 1 rain storm oecured—a regular old six months from the dato of this
tilla county and Eureka Flat the special train from Balmoral, about I Oregon soaker. It seems that if a notice.
ture— in which he needs must re questions.
' Burns (and Canyon City., Oiegon.
runs in places ns high as <50 miles east of here. They came Webfooter is forced to leave the
Dated this Sth dav of Feb. 1902.
spect certain rights of the lease as
W.H pruuiite iu luu vuurib oi Haute.* atxi
Grau <■ ,uii.ii'4 una iu ilc ba pi vine i-vUL vi me to lands and
ed in severalty” among these res 7.5 percent. Oyer towards Dayton into Balmoral under a flag of truce.
I. M. D avis .
I moist climate he loves so wi ll, lie
at*<c una a.bu xu L'.ö. i«*na u/Utr.
Upon arriving here Mr Schalk-
The fences would enclose and iso ervations in the way of a homestead the damage is lighter, and ns theie
j Chas- B- Bvonaitl,
late him. and discourage the hope or other little ranch, he might as is very little winter wheat in that [ burgtr and his party drove imme
of a neighborhood, with its scheol well pitch his tent in the lane. In vicinity, the effect will not be felt 1 diately to Lord Kichener'H bond
Cm reful attention given to Collec- and church ami good fellowship, imy event his little band of beasts ¡ The cold wave swept across Snake j quarters. Where ho had an inter
Ktlous and Real Estate matters.
will be out and gone because not river and killed a lot of wheat on view with the British general. The
within any reasonable period.
To protect the ranges from ex- one ordinary ranch in ten in this i the new acreage around Washtucna BoerB afterward proceeded to toe
O regon .
B uhns ,
l haustioi.! That's a darling of an ar region will support him and his and then hit the high spots again railroad station and entrained at 5
Oi’.<ce in i iiues-lieruid building gument! It may sound good “in the stock unless it has an adjunct in in the vicinity of Ritzvill, In the o'clock for Kroonstad, where they
Halls of Congress”but it won’t' look the way of outside range. To make | heart of the Palouse around Co.fax, will go out under a safe conduct.
In > rnton W illiams
M. F itzgerald
1 N< '( >K I '( Hi Al III
good” in the White House—not to the terms of lease long and the con Garfield and St John entire fields | For a week past Sehalkburg and
‘^Ativruey at Law .
Real iuiiaie Agent Teddv, the erst-while cow boy of sideration normal
are the most were wiped out, and the percent of his colieages have been stationed at
I WILLIAMS A FITZ g EEALD
tbe Western plains. It's good in vicious conditions favoring the ex damage throughout that s<ction Rhenoster kop. north of Balmoral,
Of ¡ice in ola Masonic Bui.uiug.
tbe sage brush country only to tensive stock growers to the detri was very high. It struck the Idaho where they have been closely press
B urns ,
O hegon .
A fii'ni tiil Bankinu: Bii-urii'.-4* T'runi-actecl.
make you laugh, even though you ment of the smaller, eventhough j line south of Moscow, but '.he ef- ed by the British columns. Dis
I feci it is being employed to accom they may not procure lease upon I’act was milder, the damage around patch-riders Balmoral Friday night
tors: W. V. li inti,
I. N. Geer
tì. W. MILLER,
plish your undoing. Who is ex one acre to go with. Every man Genesee being only about 80 per and notified the British of the ap
H E Triurli,
J U. Welcome.
! hatisting Uncle .Sam’s range bv knows that the personnel of the tier cent. The Big Bend escaped proacb of tin- party. It is reported
< ’or is -s i rond ••nee I n v ilei 1.
Burns, - - — Oregon.
overstocking? From whom should smaller grower is continually tbe frost, except in isolated cases, that the Boer position at Rhenoster
and the damage in
it be protected? And who is ex
». L. MARSDIJI,
panding and multiplying his thou would natuiallv include his lease) from this cause is inconsequential and that Mr. Hchnlkburger once
MARSDEN & GEARY,
Tbe exact effect of this extensive narrowly escaped capture.
sands of head up to the limit to frequently, and in the majority of
l'tij sicians and Surgeons.
damage cannot lie determined un
meet the present ai.d increas'n •
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
demand for prime beef throughout this way the latter would soon coi er til harvest. With a favorable spring Neely, Reeves end Rathbone Sentenced.
the world—at the same time not the range with his blanket lease and wheat season the yield on the re
Havana, March 24—The trials
altogether losing sight of the verv since he neither exists in large seeded ground may l>e pulled up
! flattering and encouraging quota colonies nor cares about near neigh to nearly the same figures as would >efora the audeufia court of the
tions in his newspaper? Whv that's bors. he would constitute a serious have l>een returned ftom the win cases arising from the embezzle-
Physician aud surgeon.
supposed to lie the Inti“ stock loan, draw back to the settlement of the ter crop Conservative men, how -■ent of Cuban postal fund» have
orrtuE AT ÍIÍ31MM E
'..fcourse! Alii it must be th“ country and its development along ever, estimate that under the l>e)t resulted in th>- following sentences-
M. J. Srawnlou
L K II lUo.rU
circumstances it would not be safe
C. F. W, Neeley, ten years' ill)
, livtle stockman too who is proceed- jail lines.
Bibbaiil <V Brownton, i ing to g >b de tip the watering plact-s
The great stock growers ar»* to figure on within five bushels per prisnnment, an 1 to pay a fine of
upon the range as fav*. as a lieu thoroughly organized. They are acre on the yield that would have ♦56.701.
V Offie« firrt dovr
of The CRizrn« Bank
‘common school land basis is ere working together to further a pro-
ated by the setting apart of addi position of mutual benefit, Their thia ratio of loss would bold for the prisonment, and pay a fine of 13.5,-
Thia hotel is centrally located and under tho iiianageiiier.t
small growers entire tract damaged, there will be .516,
“ need landlord.
The building has been thoroughly rent
E*te* G. Rathbones, ten years' and is well furnished.
Having bought the Restau- 8 aud farming out bv the state for hearty wish. They contribute to a a theoretical shortage of 2.5OO,(MJO
The ilhiing room is in charge of |s>Iite, a
rant business of Simon I^wis, n private speculation that the state great extent to hie prosperity under bushels of wheat. To thia mint be imprisonment and pay a tine of modatitig waiters
The table- are furni-he I with the best.
present conditions. However, he added 500.000 bushells of actual ♦3.5,324.
I respectfully invite a continu- g ■ knows nothing about?"
fl ationof all old patron«, aa well g
The main ohjeet of this leasing must look out for that self preserva wheat used for reseeding, making a
I as new.
M r .« II E. S mith . S measure is to secure control of the tion racket when threatened even total of 3,0i *>,0*X) bushels of wheat
ranges to tbe large stock grower» by bis benefactor. If he wishes to lost by tbe severity of the weather
Is hereby siv<-n to whom it ir>»V
to the practical exclusion of the l>e beard he must “holler ” If he in February. At present prices
•••••••••••••••••••••••••• of smaller growers. Should tbe wishes to be heard 'wav over in this would represent a loss of a p concern that t«y order of the I . untv r »•
proximately 12,090,000. With con- Court of the Stat.- of Oregon made
JOB N M.-MELLEN
and entered July bth 1902 the un
will substantially accomplish that loud and if he wishes to hollo loud ditioria similar to those of last sea dereifr*d »»« appointed adminis •
he must get together and all hollo son from r ow on. there will still
trator of the estate of Janie Sh“p r
W M V« •
Large areas of land, the bases to If he don't “holler” soon though it as much wheatin the Pacific North arti dead, and all persona having c
which it is only reasonable to pre mav be “all over but tbe shouting.“ west as there was last year This claims »gait,st her estate are b<
sume. would be applied for and se and then the hollow can be dis is due to the fact that there is quite by notified to present the sane
Cloudr dart preferred f r
the undersigned at th“ residenci
cured by a very limited number of pens'd with. Business men along
lakinf MUinfa. ¡'boto« fin-
Walter Cross on Trout Creek in r «
the greater stock raisers' Consti otb-r lines will join in tbe noise
there being more new land under this county within six month of
isb.ed in carbon and platinum
for both winter ai d til» date of this 1 'dice
Datevi at Burns, Oregon January f
> effectually closed to the ordinary curing considerable for the people spring wheat than ever before.
In«tantarieors prix*«* u ti
man as are the Indian reservati ns would I»“— not to resolve the Presi
From the Big Bend, which turn 11th 190-2.
extensively. First-class w
I II. TEST. Cashier.
off a w ind»rful crop iaat
and satisfaction guarai tee
■ •••••••••••••••••••••••••» r< -trve :s th? -ettirg apart for Lo'a tbe range country—tut to petition year, come r»porU that there is a
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f rt>B au
MORE LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT
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CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00
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