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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY.( Rl.tiON, MAY
RUSH FOR TIMBER CLAIMS a year. This was clearly a "per
MOUNT HCO3 RECEIVES
DISCARDINO riRNiStl BUTTONS.
quisite” and in direct violation of
the constitution, but it seems it Portland Peopio Watch for :’i 'toms of
A most remarkable feature of the
latest in the Lolly M lun.alil.
state campaign, says a dispatch
PEOPLE MOVING FOR THE was such a small sum that the peo
3 m Tear .............
uated La Grande, May 13, that has
ple did not notice it.
This s«.-ems to be the only “per
Since the volcanic disaster in b gun to warm up hero consider
quisite" allowed to governors from ihe West Indies the -■ m l week ably is the fact, ileyelpped here
•TATK— itttbON :
that time until Governor Maudv’s in M.iv, in which so i i \ per during the past few days, that
J. II Mitchell.
4. Senator« ......
Joseph Simon I
Take Up Government Lands This
term of office, beginning in 188,'i, ished, quite an interest i s bi eti many of the republican candidates
taken in the liability f Mount
D. R. Hluckburn
toraey Geueral .
uf the several state ollieials have IIoo.l turning ilselt 1
............ T. T. Geer
■ on the Furnish buttons from the lapels of
oratory ol State
been multiplied at each succeeding inhabitants of the valley, and their costs. When the campaign
............... C S Moore
. .. J II Ackerman
............. W. H Loed« now on in Oregon, and all passen- session of the legislature until it many eyes are turned <lai! v en the opened the buttons came in frotn
j R. S. Beau. |
..... > C.
w.hvertuu ger traius arriving from the East now requires much time to lock tail, snowy peak, six:, miles dis headquarters in Portland, and ill
Moore | “
r. A. Mwre
\\ c have the most complete stock in town in
' liear a proportion of homeseekers them up through the various ses tant from our city, snv- the Even- once they wt-ro pinned to the coats
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
of the faithful. It was apparent
all lines of
- Millet ..
The governor’s "perquisites have land few scientists th rotighlv in that everything was serene in the
al - I* Kx»re«eul«tive
j v, Morrow
Considerable public land is still gone up from $200 until they are formed on volcanoes, but sufficient Furnish camp, and that the lead
< COUNTY- HARNF.T
for settlement in Eastern now $2750 a year, in addition to book know!, Ige is st.in d away ers of the forces of the Pendleton
James A Sparrow open
H-I Oregon and in the heavily tim- his constitutional salary; the sec there to satisfy the most craving banker had things lined up all
■th • rk ..............
j 1; john.ou bered counties of the coast, as well retary of state's "perquisites ’ have ! curiosity. It is generally agreed right.
rreydr . .........
gone up until they are now some that Mount Hood is ns “deud ns a
They ma le claims in the papers
. ■ 01 isesaor
J "j 1'UBu?".*'t fts ’n the state
Iloti nool Saperi meudeut
where between $10,000 and $12,000 door nail,” as extinct as a volcano of the state that Furnish would
«.1. iMîk Inspector
II «, > aun is«ioacrs .
11 j wiuiam. river, but this year will see it ali in a year above his constitutional can become, There is little to fi ar sweeP Eastern Oregon, and that all
, • .
HARNEY U. 8. LAND omen:
salary, and the state treasurer’s from this cbitnti! v. and even if it ' ■ l‘le
and young warhorse's
neo. w 11a-er the bands of citizens.
“ are "daily" leaving Port- ’l-oquisitea”. have gone, up until became active it is so far from were properly enthus'd. Later it
...ChM Newell "parties
land for various districts where llieT ar,‘ now a,’out *1-700 a year Portkhid that it is considered next ' "-,s found 111 lt
lands may be obtained under the ll*’0T"
to impossible t > throw its cargo of was erroneous.
SYLVA REBEK AH DeSreeNo.l3
There were grumbles and dis
statute was destruction such a distance. No
Meets every lit and 3d WedeUbtlu.'. .
homestead or timber and stone'
Tillie J ot 'I hh >. ü.
ami this began to show in
Fxsukie Brcuiuii Kcc. bee y. ■ acts. Groups of men equipped amended
one has ever seen Mount Hood
with camp outfits leave by train, amount to be annually paid the smoke, although regularly every the opi-nly ileela e 1 hostility on
A. O. U. W. Burna Pudge, No . <7.
These few soon
boat and wagon for the distant governor from $200 to $500 as ve'f some one imagines such a the part of a few
M..l..«r,rrid.l!uisbt. Ani,iiir(| m w
thing It always develop« eventu
E il liogt. Rec. woods, where timber lands valued I'tison inspector.
until it was manifest that there was
11 r • HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
i» n large-sized
uiLi*N.U.*y I taking, This may be considered troactive and gave the governor a posed to be smoke was nothin
become that the
Y King, sjecy. the last «grand rush for these lands, “back perquisite of $ii-i0 lor th- more alarming than snow
I republic in candidates actually took
In eruption, if going full blast, "If their Furnish buttons.
land tho government will have on
An examination of tho record«
PlCOFESHl'JNAL cards .
In connection with
One of them h i been absent
j its hands in the Northwest will be ,v*‘l show that the “perquisites of Mount Hood would be a bight
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' that inclosed in the forest reserves the several state oflicers have in- worth witnessing. The crater is from the comity and had one of
W. J. COLEMAN,
or tho arid lands where heavy capi creaseli three-fold since 188.3. and said to be 2003 feet in diameter, 11.e buttons upon his lapel. He
Stenographer and Notary Public tal is required to transform the in the case of the governor mor although the exact dimensions are returned to his home, and, finding
B urns , - O beoon .
hard to guiss as but a portion of that 1m was the only one of the
level valleys into productive farms, than twelve fold.
office in Ulli«.. !;• Baut Building.
edge remains. All the ginger bunch tli.it ivas wearing a Furnish
not departed from Mount Hood, button, dioppt'd it.
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
This ini i i< nt has been noticed
despite its heavy coat of enow
on the ground floor.
the taxpayers are asking that our
• hi >'il
ill-l ully, an I lias cam al no little
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e on ;q
Crater rock is a j i/gi d spur, which Comment among the voters of all
c on !tfe| Slum u.au«r pruiui ilv uiieuUed lu.
Cascades heavy bodies of fir stand
When th? constitutional e nven gives the mountain the hump when cla.-ses It shows that there is n
was in session, which fixed seen from the Portland side, that is scritinii-i.t throughout the eastern
t' 4. n BUiUb.
pail of the state that will show it
Biggs &. Biggs
fir" uf commerce before the plow j an amendment was offered to adsl is generally kept melted upon it. self on election <l:iv in a heavy vote
AlTOKaiKYH - AT - LAW,
can enter the clearings; in Eastern '‘¡‘e "ords “and no more after To sit upon crater rock f r a few for Chamberlain for governor.
HNS, — — — — OREGON.
P each official’s staled salary, and minutes is to feel ns if you sat
Practice in all the courts uf Ore. Oregon the bull pine will become
Hermana Opposes Leasing Law.
valuable as settlement proceeds, the amendment was debated anil upon hot brickbat . West of the
ollections promptly made.
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Scna’oY (libs >n, of Montana, has ,
V. W. I'AKRISII
pine and redwood of the coast and
It i* appar nt that tho taxpayers portion of the crater, at the bottom
presented in the senate a letter
PARRISH & REM BOLD,
Lake counties will be cutaway for j ‘ fee and perquisites system, and he seen climbin'» the “hog’s back.’ from Commissioner Hirinann of
Fumes of sulphur are common, the general land otlico in opposi
Barns (and Canyon City.; Oif-gon.
• • • •»••••••••••»••»»«
shipment to the East and Cali- the people of all parties now d
. Wilt piMCi'CC it* tue cour.h ut hun.v} aud
tion to tho policy of leasing the
restevuauee bag iu iiie fcurn me vxun ut the fornia before the hill lands are inaml that our state otlii-i.ds be ami, of course, nauseating.
ait. a it ci also iu 1 . n. luitJ unice.
Mount Hood, Mount Adams. public lands ns proposed by a bill
converted into dairy pastures. All placed upon «easonable Hat salaries
St. Helens, Mount Rainier now pending in tho senate. Mr
t m ieñtd Chas. II. Leonard,
these lands will bo valuable after by our next legi-Titur -. Hereto-
Il 1 OD ll
the timber has been cut away, as fore no such g-neral dem.-.ml has and other peaks in the eon t range Hermann says that under the;
areful attention given tu Collée- every product grown in the t«-m. ever come up from th- people of are extinct volcanoe■■ The erup terinB of the bill practically all the >
J. W. Dinos, I’lii 'liiENr ASO .Il riso i > ,1 ,
tion of volcanoes in Martinique and public lands west of the Missis
I coir.bi« tious and Kcal Estate matters.
perate zone can be raised on them the st te of Oregon.
11 C. I.r.vi ss. Vl' 1: PlIKSlIH NT.
St. Vincent ami the throatings of sippi river would bo subject to
B urns ,
O regon .
AN EDUCATIONAL PROMOTION.
Under the timber and stone acts
timid f.-lks to fear that the vol that wlu n undur b-ase they shall
in Times-Herald building the citizen is entitled to 160 acres,
active and extinct, in the nut lie disposal of except under ■
cur. »! ■**■>0^
for which he pays nt the rate of
(INt ’< tHPOKA’l ! 1 ».)
’ iioiXTOM Wui-iwi
M. F itzgerald $2.50 an acre within ninety (lavs of says:
President P. I.. Campbell, Western Hemisphere, are about to the homestead and mineral land
Atiuruey U La ■'
laws, the sale of the public do
Kral Lutate Agent the date of entry.
Under the of the Monmouth Normal School resume operations «liter million* of
main would b - greatly curtailed.
WILLIAMS A- FiTZuEKALD
homestead act, a tivb years' resi to-day tendered his resignation
II" also attacks the provision of
flice in old Mauonic Building.
dence is necessary, but no cash
A < l« n< -I'.il | tankini; I ’.u -in<-. .< Ti an, aeti il.
bill fixing tho rental of the1
O regon .
outlay beyond the receiver’s fees University of Oregon, a position
W. Y. King,
I. S. Geir.
large extent, of volcanic formation, , b ased lands at 2 cents per acre, i
for filing and proving up. T|1(. offered him some weeks ngo at a
8» W. MILLER,
while the mountain ranges running
'timber and stone net is being taken special meeting of the university
| from Patagonia to the Artic circle of the hill would l>.- to place the r s
< ’< 11 1-«--] >< milr'licn I n k ill -I I.
| advantage of by city residents,«.“
are punctual«-'! w.tli volcanoes, control of tho public Hods in the a J
Burna, - - - Oregon.
it involve» but little absence front Normal Hi bool regents met in the
supposedly extinct fer the most hinds of th" .-Xten-ive sl«x-k-
—————— business, while the homeseeker governor’s office and accepted
growers, with the corresponding
i from the East prefers the h<-me- ' President Campbell’« resignation,
re-mlt of making trio small owners
MARSDEN & GEARY.
to take eff-ct at the end of the pres
pay tribute to their more prosper-
PhjBfci.ins and Surgeons.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Many relinquishments arc 1«ing ent school year. A rpeciai com
is -aid that the greatest noise ever ■ u« fellows or go out of business.
: recorded at the various land office*
heard in the world was on August
tfire at reiidti rf.
£W /’A- r ,Vo.
, as newcomers often prefer to pay a A. Noltuer, L. Flynn and J. B.
1833, when the volcano on
previous settler something for his Butler, to name his successor, ami
Krakatoa, an islet between Suin-
DR H, VOLP,
rights, and choice locations are,
BAILI.Ï i(r ANDREWS, Proprietor, BERNS, OREGON.
1 atra and Java, in the Straits oí
Notice is hereby given that the
often obtained in this way. Many made to secure an Oregon man.
Phjraici.in anti Surgeon.
The Monmouth p<
of those who have l»een holding on
orri< i kt arsinix. r.
heard in the iderul uf Borneo and lietwe«-f. Samuel Bailey and C W. I
- to claims in the wo - Is und.-r the to give up Professor Campbell, who
even in Celebes, hundreds of miles Johnson, under the firm name of
t. a. Brawnten
l e . HibMrt homestead act find that the pro- is held in high esteem by bia fac
away To umti r-tand how terrific Bailev A Jobic-on, was dissolved
Hibbav'■ & Brownton, ' visions
the timlier and stone act ulty, students and fellow-town«
’’■«> ■ —r
the racket wa«, i. wever, it should by mutual consent on January 1st,
D hntists .
1 cover these quarters, so that they men. During his administration
b< stated that «1 pherders on the 1902. C. W Johnson retiring from t
om«w am Soo--w oi Th. ■ ¡-¡« l . b *-*
cannot prove up under the home
B .rna. Oregon.
plains >f Au’tral.a 2'XJO and more the business. All account* due
This hotel is central! located and under the nmnageniert of an
stead act Besides this, there are has extended th- sphere of the
miles from Krakutoa, heard the the said firm are payable to C. W. - experience«! landlord,
I he building h i < I» • n th’roughly renovated
men who have grown tir< d o the Normal school, an«l his call to a
H am B ah . ey .
and ia well furnished,
The dining room Is in charge of jsilite, accolti-
lonely life in the woods and think larger field is regarded as n just
That the P.r ic Coast has bad
('. W J ohnson .
The tables ar- fiimlshr’d with tb>' I > •’.
this is a goo«] time to sell. Within recognition of his ability as an
share of voi.anic eruption i-
educator combined with th trough
pr .ved by Illi- i..<ls of lava found
will be made in getting hold of executive ability. His youth waa
lands mw Known as ■ gnrarnment,” passed in Oregon and be is conver
Oregon >isl Northern California is
The <:•-partnership I eretofore ex
and the outside world realit- « this sant with th«- ouditi i s of society
with 1 iva, and it wa> in
Cloudv days preferred for
isting between Simon Lewis ami I
though Oregonian* “to the man in this state m I unders'atrls the
lliese lava beds that Captain Jack
c>»«- -r»«r- -»er » -»ar- »■•< »er »ar- -»ar;
ner born" appear to think that the temperament of the Western peo
T. Garr'-itJia« b< >-n dissolved by
making sitting« Photos fin
bi« band of M'xloc Indiana
JOHN II llAl.Y, I'r.i- or«T
M AI I " \ ’- TT I’, V
ished in carbon and platinum
defied th- ent re United States
lonely as they are now.—Tele at Harvard University, ami he •»
tiring from the busin as . Simon U
thoroughly mod ru in h.« ideas f army in the «-arty 70«. Tli»-re was i^wia pay* all the indebtedness of J
iMtabta r.eo •• pr -e«s a««
higher education. It is the gen an outbur«t of Java in the Hand- the firm and collects all bills due
exteaWiv- . First lass »1 rk
eral opinion amorg eîueators that wirh |.|an«i. ei - iteen month, ago. same.
and •Misfactiou guaranteed.
OF ONTARIO. OREGON.
Profesor (’»mp‘« ll will prove a This lava began to flow without
•valuable man st th- University f
wa'ning« as -irthq'iakes or
eu* i< « lis. I .1 V1 s.-< .¡In 1 1 n.liv illuni*
A writer to a Portland journal Oregon.
even »make fr<'tn tbc volcano.
>11< »ite* 1.
give* an account of how the ’ fse'
1>. Daly, William Ji r.. . Frank It.
— Yearling Bulls from •y.tem originated in 1S6I, when
The Bur.:« Furai tnr* C’o has a
! • M Alsxaiwl. r N.I < arp« n-
I Durham Bull aird the Oregon legislature pa«e»d an
new lot of art square., rug«, carpet,
d« in great vari t
co«», siso. t«o three- act allowing thy g .cerner an an- dining chairs, n ckei », eiU-r>ek*a now on hand at Voaftly 4 Ken
Bak-«, mowers, binders.
E II. 1 INI, ' ashler.
ntsal salary of i- ,> for H.pecting st>d center tab! e» itf stock “Dad)’’ yon «
the peniteutiarv at ietft fear time- i. ans » u» t<_ « war '.hep.
Grò W Y ovxg .
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