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BURNS, »ARNEY COUNTY.OREGON,JUNE 14, 1902.
VOL W ■
special session for the purpose of METHOD OF CATTLE RAISING mild and favorable. Millions of i::::::::;:::::::::::::::: vava *
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dollars of foieign capital were in • 9
enacting the salary law before the
vested in the cattle business, and • •
new officers begin their admini-tra-
SüBSCltl TION RATES:
(TORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN IN FAVOR tions. A special session would be ALTERED CONDITIONS IN THE mesi
English and foreign investors on O •
necessary in order co make the law
OF SICH MOVE.
“book account” that is, they paid • •
effective, for the salaries cannot be
rnrM Monili._________ _
changed after a man has begun
OFFICIAL DI KE'-TOK V
-ST V Th—
his term of office. Yes, I am in The Stoekmeo do Not Profit From h't Prices be on the range, regardless of actual • • • •
He Fa\ors Flat Salaries and a Special
j. II. Mitche!
New Officers Were Seated.
of the Packing Houses.
on a Hat salary also and let him
D. 11- >’. rtiackburu
was Morton Frewen, the financial • • • •
get the public printing done as I
Seer«.ary ot State
tiapt. roolic.ÍBat. J
rimmed white hat sat in the lobby bitn. They drove many hundreds • 9
............... WH Ldedk
b.«te fri titer
purpose of enacting a law placing
. K. 8. Beau,
of the New Willard, in Washington of the cattle he was purchasing • • 9 •
c. Wal vertut all state officers on flat salaries has
(JEER TO BE NEXT U. S. SENATOR.
S F. A. Moore
city, a lew days ago reading the past him three or four times and, O 9 We have the most complete stock in town in • • • •
text of the petition filed by the like his compatriot*, who bought
all lines of
. M. D. ULIFFORL wavs the Oregonian.
Members of Governor Geer is an avowed can United States officials against the on book account, he paid for nearly © • • •
District J udfd
\\ io Miilc
la tieei the legislature from this county are
didate for the United States Senate beef trust. The reader was emphat twice as many cattle as he actually
.. J W Morrow
pretty generally opposed to a spe to succeed Joseph Simon, says the ic in his approval of the eleven spe bought.
CtoUhTY - barney :
Portland Journal. The Governor cifications against the big packing
.. James A Sparrow
(Continued on second page.)
it. Kicnardflou a Hat-salary law
Politicians who came down from Salem today, and
Clerk .. ■■
K A Miller
J K John hou
t,eo Shelley figure in the larger events of politi in an interview he said:
had only hauled these fellows into
Ninety Head of Herses Stolen.
.J C Bartlett cal activity are wondering what all
"As to the senatorship I will only court a dozen years ago, we cattle
. E J 5 obit-
say that tbe flatteringly large vote men of the west would have been
R J Williams
A special from Vale to the Boise » • • 9
The consensus of opinion among given me by the people will give making some money ull these years
..Geo. W H r es those who were heard to discuss the me the office without question, and the meat-eaters of the eas,
Our Specialty—The very best of • • • • • •
matter yesterday seems to be that unless the Legislature sees proper would have saved enough money
all state officers except state printer to ignore the popular will which on their meat bills to have made were stolen last Monday from Mor • • goods and prices as low as our compet- • • • •
ton Bros, on the Owyhee river, • •• •
should be placed upon reasonable is not at all likely.
them all rich.”
about twenty miles from Vale, by • • • • ¿tors
flat salaries; that the people have
“While I have apparently carried
Then he confided to a reporter of five masked men. The buckaroos ••
demanded this; that the candidates every county in the state, Mr. the Washington Post that his name
have pledged themselves to abide Wood has in every case, so far as was John ltattersbee and that he
A. □. U. V» • Burri Lodge, No 47
| by such law, and that both the I have seen polle«i his entire partv had been ranching with varied suc leaving Joe Edwards in charge of • •
the herd. About noon, five masked • ® e» •
E it no»t. Hoe. | candidates and the people contem
vote. In almost every county my cess for the past twenty years in
plated the passage of such a law at majority is far in excess of the new Wyoming Asked to explain in
rtOiKIT LOLHik. -So. 77, l.o O F.
the regular session. Those who ly elected members, and since no what matter the meat trust has the hand and started for the Neva ••
*1 oaa F ella«.
V, Y King, »eus
have studied the matter agree that man voted for me who favored been prejudical to the interests of da line. A posse was organized • ©
it is impossible to place tlie state some other man for United States the cattlemen of the west, Mr llat-
gang, who retreated only after a O • • to
In connection with our business.
' printer upon a salary, flat ot other senator, it is difficult to suppose tersbee said:
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pitched battle, in which many shots • • • •
wise, for the constitution plainly that such members will have any
“Well it is just about a quarter
provide* that liis compensation disposition to disregard the instruc of a century since it was first prac were exchanged. Sheriff Lawrence • •
W. J. COLEMAN,
I shall depend upon the amount of tion received on this question.
tically demonstrated that the grass
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Stenograph-r und Notary 1 ublic work be does. It is generally
"A presidential elector would es of the then virgin west would with an armed posse.
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- O regon . .
| agreed th -t tho state printer gets have the same right to ignore the cure while standing and furnish
Office id Ci-ixeus Bank Building.
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! too large a profit, and that hie fees popular vote as would a mtmber of abundant winterfeed for cattle. It
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OEU. S>. SIZEMORE,
the legislature under these circum was soon after the war that adven
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j his pay must depend upon the stances. This vote should settle turous settlers began to pour into
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Section 1 he Senatorship.”
tìUBN», I..................................... O reuo . s . I quantity of printing done.
the wes.ern range country, extend
lowers o.n.cl ZOvxolzo.
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bu.iue-«. *>»i 1Uul ( 1 of article XII of the constitution
The Governor was asked about ing from the British possessions on
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XMate *uHvi«r ptuiaj Hv UtVcnucti to.
the report that he would call an tbe north to Texas on tbe south, favorable report to a bill which is ' • • • ® Correspondence Solicited.
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“Tiiere shall he elected by the extra session of the legislature to and embraced between the Missouri
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take action upon the flat salaries, river and the crest of the range of
Biggs &. Biggs
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portion of the purchase price paid I • •
the times and places of choosing of and he replied:
the Rocky mountains. Many fol
AlTOK.sE VS - A 1 - LAW ,
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• the legislative assembly, a state
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1 printer, who shall hold hold his any petitions being circulated asked Union Pacific railroad and others in the limits of railroad grants,but • • to to
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Practice in ail trie courts of Ore.
office for a term of four years. He for a special session until yesterday concerned themselves with pros through which tire grantees never 9 <• • •
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Collections promptly made._____ shall perform all the public print
but certainly if the declaration of pecting for precious minerals. The constructed their roads. It states «» • • •
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UW.P**M*H ing for the 3tate which may be re
the people in favor of specific sala line of railway was the base of sup taht the government by statute fix | • • 9 9
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quired by law. The rates to be ries for state officer» is to amount plies for the scattering settlers ed the price for its public lands at • • to a
PARRISH & REM BOLD,
’ pt id to him for such printing shall to anything, legislation to that throughout the country and the
be fixed by law, and shall neither effect must be had before the new means of transportation from tbe public lands could be purchased |
Born* («nd U .iivun Cny.i O"-goi>-
be increased nor diminished during officers are inaugurated. I shall railroad to the settlers’ camps and under the limitations of the preemp
l“ L • a' iaaa vI'*‘
the term for which he shall have be guided in the matter largely by the military posts was by bull tion and commutation laws. This
price lias always been considered a
been elected. He shall give such the public sentiment that may ap teams.
Chai- 11. .Leonard,
A tturnev - AT-l.AW,
securities for the performance of pear in its favor.”
“When the character of the coun fair and reasonable value for tbe U.4.
public lands. To aid in the con
J. IV. Bluos, I'uKSIDENr AND ACTINO UA*HtRR.
Careful attention given to Collec- Lis other duties as tbe legislative
try became more generally known,
11. C. L kvkxh , VicB-l’KKHrniNT.
uoua ana Real Eelule matters.
aaseiuhly may provide.”
Items ot Isteresi.
cattle raisers followed as a matter
As to the other officers, theii
« Not*r> Puuhc
of course. The grasses were pecu
British railroad travelers cannot liarly succulent and stood knee sections, within certain limits on
B urns ,
O regon .
compensation is supposed to be
recover damages if they have their deep The rolling character of tin- eacti side of the proposed lines of
Office in rimes-ilerald building fixed by the constitution, though
there are some who contend that fingers in the carriage door when windswept plain assured plenty of construction were mad* to different i
"A bare spots no matter bow great the railroad companies. The price of i
«- f lTZnUUALO the salaries named in the constitu the porters suddenly close it.
Km, ZJ,.M,e AgtIll tion are minimum amounts.
Sec railroad company,” says the judge, snow fall, while the bluff along the the land in the reserved sections
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00
"cannot act as dry nurse to every creek or in the foothills assured within these limits was raised to
WILLIAMS a FITZGERALD tion 1 of article XIII provides;
Blinking IliisinceM TranruicttKl.
OfliO ID «lu AÌMB0DÌC LUiiÜiUg.
protection to stock from the cold
1. N. Geer.
B dkns ,
O mkikw .
nual salary of J1500 The State
Investigation by the state veteri wind*.
the reserved sections became jus'
W. K Trliicb,
J C. Welcome.
Treasurer shall receive an annual narian showed that high death rate
“The beginning of the stock busi
I s. w. MILLER,
| salary of $800. The Judges of the among horses in Maayland is due ness was very modest, but as the as valuable to the government as
< lorreHpc>n«l<,ii<,e Invited.
Supreme Court shall each receive to cerebro spina) meningitis. The demand increased and the market the whole of the lands before any i a ¿1
an annual salarj' of $2000 They disease is the result of jioor food, extended, new sources were sought
Bum- - - - Oregou.
.-hall receive no fee* or perquisites bad drainage and generally unsani out to replenish tbe supply. These ernment experiener-d no loss bv
JOHN» « eaky
reason of such grants.
whatever for the performance of tary environments.
were readily found in Texas, where
In sonie cases the roads were
' any duties connected with their
MARSDEN a GEARY.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
A piece of virgin gold weighing the cost of raising cattle was (light, never built and the grants were
Pbjso tans and burgeons.
'offices, and the compensation of
82 18 ounces troy was put in tbe and soon tbe Texas trail was open forfeited, ai d the sections reserve! '
off! ers. if not fixed bv this consti melting pot of the United States over which thousand* of head were
» BIK.SS, OHEOOW.
for the benefit of the railroad were I
OJke to seseie»"'
tution. »hall Ire fixed bv law.”
assay o<kce at Helenv, Mont., nego driven to the vast range* of the subject to entry and sale at the'
As is well known, tbe compens*- tiations for its preservation in nug Rocky mountain regions
single minimum price of 11 25 an
RAILEY A ANDREWS, Proprietor. BURNS, OREGON.
i lion of the various officers has been get form havin'» failed because of
DIT H. VOLP,
OLD DAYS ON THE RANGE.
acre. The settlers who went on
Physician and Surgeon,
the impossibility of an exact assay
“In tbe earlier day* of th* cattle the land in good faith and in the
in the constitution by mean* of
•Pr: E AT RESIDENCE
the sbicknien lived at their tielief that they would bo near a
salaries paid for service* on boards
varying the monotony of railroad were never benefited to the
W. ». »taws' 1
h E. Hitbari
H-ibbmsl & Brownton. doe* not require the governor spe caliber, and since that lime dealers life by an occasional visit to town, extent they hail reason to believe
cifically to act as a member of the have uoticed an increase in the which they u*ually painted a rich, they would, and the government
Olilo* Sr*; Hear
a> T ' * *««r-* Ilao* board of trustees of tbe asylum, < number of calls for weapons of that red hue; but they looked very still retains tbe extra 11 25 an acre
This hotel i* centrally located and under the management of an
Barna. Oreg in.
and upon the ground that board caliber and, it is said, of the partic sharply after their business, lived Mr Moody says that they acted in ex j»eri«-nced landlord. The building has been thoroughly renovated
and rode with their wen, shared good faith and that the failure of
are additional duties he i* given ular make used by the assassiu.
The dining room is in charge of polite, accoin-
and in well furnished
additional salary. The platforms
In Hayti a new species of tobac their hardship«, eating prec.*e)y the companies to construct the modating waiters
The table* are furtiiRhed with the liest.
of both parties in the recent cam- ' co has been produced by croas fer the same fare on the roundnp* and
paign called for the enactment of a tilization which grow* from five to personally overseeing the business them to the values of others around F irst C lass B ar I n C onnection
law placing all state officers on rea- seven feet in height, bearing a leaf in all its details. They owned lit them. Mr. Moody argues from
•onablo flat salaries. The pledge twenty five inches long l»y fifteen tle, if any, land, and their “squat this that these settlers are entitled
was not that all sa'aries or any in width. Three or even four cut ters’ rights” were protected by their to be reimbursed to the extent of
particular compensation should be ting* can be made from one plant neighbors who enjoyed precisely half the purchase money, and urgi a
CUs.lv d ays preferred for
the passage of the bill.
the same priviledges.
lower than at preaeat, but ra'ber between November and March.
making -ittir g* Photo* fin
tr. I r.l It I , ■
The bill will beoeflt all settler* A
"The first shtrp advance in the
ished in carbon and platinum
A aelf supporting community of
abolished. From tbe manner in consumptive* i* established near price of cattle came in 18(59 and be
which ths campaign was conducted Denver, backed by D-nver businea* tween that year and 1872 they I wmo March 3 1875. and February
loot :aneor>s process u-«d
doubled in value, and men who had 28. 1885 It includes grants in
by tb«- democrat«, it has been evi
men and twenty local phVeician*.
sxtonv velv F -t-el»«s work
Oregou, Washington and state*
OF ONTARIO, OREGON.
dent that tbe attack is being made The member* of this community buM leading tbe hard, rough and
and aa'.-faction guaranteed.
ready lif* of a frontier stockmen further east.
Avnountia of < 'orjxjrationa«. Kinn« und Individual*
live in tent* and encage in light re
received by tbe secretary of state munerative occupation.which k*ep* found themselves suddenly riel»
Tbe Windsor is one of th* most
Then began an ra of speculation.
and the state printer.
HTOCK HOLDERS —John D. Daly William Jone*. Frank R.
the enterpnae going and provide*
George E Cbamterlain. gover healthful employment for the af English and eastern capital began elegant and attractive bar room*
Coffin, Abner llobl.i« a. B F Old*n, M Alexander. !». U. Carpen-
Fo®Ba: F—YearLr g P.'iù* from
to flow into the western country in Eastern Oregon, ha* the best
Ur, William Millar, E. II Trat, Thoa Turnbull.
a resist J Dur: cm Bull and nor-elecl. said: "I am in favor of flicted.
In addition to the big prices and line of cigars in Borns. Gentle-
r ■ ««. also, two three- flat salaries for state officers, at>d
H H. TENT. Cuhier.
bare advocated them during tbe
Garden Seeds in great variety at abundance of feed, the winters oienly mixologists and court* >us
jroar aid .
about this time ««re exceedingly
campaign, I am also in favor of tbe Voegtly 4r Kenyon’•
PROBA BLE SPECIAL SESSION
M. M. CO.
DRY GOODS AND
BOOTS AND SHOES.
No one has the qualities we
have in all lines.
[ arge W ool W arehouse
Malheur Mercantile Co.
E, A. F raser Manager
The Citizens Bank
Special Accommodations for Traveling Men.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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