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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY. OREGON, OCTOBER 4, 1902.
RESERVE valuable for minerals or for genera) and regulations, by which it will be
agriculture than for their forests, governed. Because of the uncer
When the provisions of the law tainty, sheepmen, cattlemen and
were heard opposition to the reserve miners are equally against the
THAT'S WHAT CHAMBER OF COM
move. If they were assured that
MERCE COMMITTEE DECIDES.
Henry Hahn, ex-president of the they would not be deprived of graz
ChamberofCnmmei-ce, and heavily ing privileges, or that all would
interested in the grazing interests have a just share of such privileges,
Minin; Can be Conducted Within The Re*
ef E istern Oregon, made a brief they might he willing to see the
serve Limits--Water Sources Must
statement to the committee that reserve created, but in the present
was regarded in the nature of ex state of uncertainty they are op
pert testimony lie said the small posed to it.
Tie Chamber of Com mere« com- farmer was trie one most entitled to
Judge Clifford say* that four
mitt-e yesterday deeiil.d in anim- corisiiieration an t the sinall farmers counties in his section of the state
ously in favor of establishing the of Eastern Oegsn wire in need of an-,! paying scalp bounties. They • • We have the most complete stock in town in
proposed Blue Mountain fotest re protection to tint watershed from are among lhe leading coyote coun- • •
all lines of
serve in Eastern Oregon, thereby winch the ferliliti of their land in ties—Raker, Grant, Malheur and • •
disagreeing with the appeal from derived He deemed il certain Harney.
Harney Cottn'y. which brought lhe that if the proposed reserve should
subject before that body, savr the not be made all the land wou^d --------- - -----
Oregonian. The full committee Soon be taken and the private own
• • •
considered the matter—Hon G- orge ers would make the most thev
H W lliams, chairman; Charles E could out of it, denuding lhe moun In the Circuit Court of the State of • • «• •
Oregon, for the County of Kur • •
Ladd, Adolphe Wolfe, Lewis Rus tains and leaving the smnll'farms
sell and J. Frank Watson. Upon to b-come desert Mr. Hahn was
assembling Messrs Williams and strongly m favor of the proposed Lottie Peterson, Plaintiff, 1
Our Specialty--The very best of
Ladd were dietilict ly in favor < f I he reserve
Thorvald Peterson defendant)
goods and prices as low as our compet
reserve and Messrs. Russell and
After some furthur informal dis-1 To Thorvald Peterson, the alio ve • • • •
Watson were inclined the other cushion Mr. Ladd moved that the
way. Mr Wolfe did not express Ci mmittee report to the Chamber
You are hereby summoned to • • o <*
and positive conviction until lhe of Commette in fayor of establish appear and answer the complaint ••
vote was taken.
ing the Blue Mountain for st re in the above entitled cause filed • •• •
The discussion was brief and in serv«. The motion was secoued against you, in the above entitled • • • •
formal The appeal of 20 business and carried unanimously. Chair Court by the 20th day of October, • • • •
men of Burns was r«nd, expressing man Wi liams was instructed to ¡902 and are hereby notified that il • » • •
the belief that the proposed reserve set forth in he report the reasons you fail so to appear and answei • • • •
"is only an undeibanded method upon which it is based.
the plaintiff'will for want thereof • • o •
by a few unscrupulous land war
apply to the Court for the relief de • • • •
PROTEST TUE RESERVE.
In connection with our business.
rant sharks of securing fores, rc
manded in said complaint to-wit.
serve lieu land scrip and prevent
Oregonian News Bureau. Wash*
For a decree of the court desolv • •
ing the advancement, prosperity ington, Sept 25,— ('peciul )—Many ing the marriage contract existing • • • •
and happiness tfa people who are protests ate being received by the between plff and deft in said suit • • • A
striving to build homes.” A letter I general land ollico against the cre and also for the award of tho care • • • A
from N. Brown it Sons, general ation of the proposed forest reserve and custody of tl>o minor children • • • •
merchandisers, was also rend, bear in the Blue Mountain region of ' f said mnrriage with plff and tin O • • •
ing upon the argument that there . Eastern Oregan, to iucludo the i cos's and disbursments of the suit • • • •
is a special need for keeping the lands recently temporarily with
You will take notice further that
forestland open and unreserved, drawn from entry. Stockmen com the date of the order for this publi
Mowsis o-rtcL ZB vlc I zs .
because of the isolation of that re plain that suah a reserve would in cation is the 2nd day of September
gion and its luck of transportation terfere with grazing, and mining I 1902.
Co tictyccicc Solicited.
facilities. Both have Leen hereto interests assert that the develop
T horston W illiams .
ment of the mineral depositee in
Atty for plff
Chairman Williams took the the Blue and Stiirwberry Mountains
Published in the Times-Herald
ground that to reserve the forest would be materially retarded if not Lutee a week for six full weeks be
would be to keep it from being gob entirely checked. Some complaints ginning with and inclusive of ths
bled by the timber seekers, who are confine themselves to specific por- ! Oth day of Sept the date of the first
eager for every available stick tionsof the withdrawal, pointing out : publication, by order of the Hon.
Would the farmers and miners be that various tracts are not suff ' County Judge of the State of Oregon
J. W BIGGS,
any better off after the timber spec iciently valuable for their timber to l'or Harney County,of dale Sept. 2d
ulators and investors gather it all 1 e embodied in a forest reserve. 1902.
Biggs & Biggs
in?’ he asked "The situation i I he Geological Survey now has a
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
would then be mu-'h worse than it party examining the lands under
would be with the fore.-t reserve. withdrawal to determine what Bee
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We mav rest assured that they lions, if any, shall be eliminated
Collections promptly made.
hot give their limbers away t . f'om the final reserve. It is assur University of Oregon,
JOHN l> DALY, I’ ri sioENT
Ami ed that a reserve is ultimately to
«.A- RIMB o LD
C. W.P akrism the Hartley county settlers.
J. H. Mitchell
C. a. a.«M*r«
when they should get ready they tie created, but final action will not
FÄRRISH à REMBOLD,
would cut their forest away, leave be tuken until all have Inid an op
i M A. Moody
D. R. N. Blackburn
water sotircts exposed to dry up portunity to lie heard. The de
T. T. Oe«r
Barn* (and U.inyo»« Coy,; O' » goii.
I opens Wednesday, September 17.
V I Dunbar
OF BURNS, OREGON.
the wtn-le country to wither partment desires to avoid reserving
C S Mvor« .iraut cvuuues a <1 iu the bupieitic ex un oi tn«
The following sclio ,1s and col
J H Ackerman at*««,
My own mind is convinced that the lands not valuable tor their limber,
Accounts of Corporations, l inns and Individuals Solicited.
alia a.da »U L . 3 .alia ulilct.
W il Lac da
i-est good of the country requires but maintains that neither the leges ate comprised in the Univer
Z>. Vaiy. SrnnÂ S? Coffin. J 1lf. Stary,
c. Wul verton
Chas. H. Deonaixl,
> F. A. R oot «
the proposed res rye.”
grazing nor the mining interest» sity : Graduate School—College
9/ ‘If. Carpontor. jftnor StMim. X. J William,. £. Jff. C,,t.
MI METH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Mr, Watson said no country con will lie injured by the establishment of Literature, Science and Ar's —
Sidon, ?// Jtloxnndor, Win Jonoo, CA sj . Z*wwZ
District JuUf* ...
M. D U liffo « d Careful attention given to Collec
taining minerals ought to l-e r-- -if a reserve. The I’ri-aiib-ntial pro College of Science and Engineer
tions and Real Estate matters
, m , L® ,r-
N. U. CARPENTER, Cashier.
s rved, for mining in a forest re clamation creating the reserve will ing- University Academy--School
J * Harrow
serve is attended by many incon probably not be issued for several ¡of Music -School of Medicine—
O regon .
B urns ,
. Jane« A Sparrow
months to come-
School of Law.
H A Miller 0 Hie« in Times-Herald building
Mr. Ladd asked why mini g
J K Juhuaun
Tuition free, excepting in the
could not be conducted with rea
J M Burbanaa
of Law, Medicine and
AGAINST THE RESERVE.
J •_ Bartlett «.l. BAUD**,
1OU* n «■•!< sonable freedom in such a reserve,
E I Noble
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Incidental fee $tooo,
since there were provisions for the
P. J WiUiaxua
MÄRSDEN & GEARY.
proper use of tl'nber.
Judge M I) Cliff >r>l, of the judi
Ph) »K ians and Surgruiis.
Coal of In ing from $KX> Io
district which is composed of
per year. For catalogue,
Grant, Malheur and Hartley conn-
Ofire at rftidenre.
Phone Xo to
mean? It simply means that an in ties, wa« in Portland yesterday address
•MRS. A JORDAN, Proprietor. BURNS, OREGON*.
KAH Deere« Mo.U
spector will be Bent to lhe mine from Canyon City rays the Oreg--- R egistrar or the U niversity ,
MMU«e«ry IMaWM W«due*<1«T.
Mrs C U snir. N.O
with his hand open l-e-hind bi.« buck niart of the 17th inst II- ’* here
Eugene, Oregon. Strictly ^lxst-dcv
C. <• Smith. Rer
Physician and Surgeon,
and if a miner wishes to do more to establish hi. family in winter
OPrit'R AT BESIDEMCE
À. O. V. W.Barsi Lo4*s. K» <■
i than take a tree for timl>eriiig hi* quarters. So that hi. children mav
■* ss ** vott Frt4sy sl*St.
H A Plllsr<1. M W
n ■ Brvwnton
L E Hibbard mine he must ‘see’ the inspector. have the benefit of the educational
Admioifltrator'a .Notice to Creditor«.
e H rt«,U Ksr
Hibbard Ar. Brownton, If wood is wanted for fuel or for facilities Portland affords.
MABxar lodgi , mo . r>, i. o o r.
building it can't be obtained with-
Judge Clifford .aid yesterday
D entists .
Notice is hereby giver, that the
HM.M004r.iww. h .
l<>Ul dealing with the inspector, and that the people of hia part of th' undersigned, 8. W. Hamilton, was
Office drat door «aat of The Citiaer.a Eank
w Y KiD«. i*ecT.
Thia hotel is centrally located aixl under the management of an
that is a great nuisance I know state are quite agreed in their op- on the 9th day of July appointed
il IS because I am interested in p- .ition to the creation of the pro by Hon H. C. livens County Judge •«P ¡«erienced landlord. The building ha. Iieen thoroughly renovated
•**••••••••••*•••••••*.••• mining property witbin a forest re- posed forest reserve in the Blue of Harney County Oregon, admin and1. well furnished, The «lining room is in charge of |R>iite, accolti«
Mountain region. They are op istrator of the es.ate of Henry If mrxlating waiters. * The tables are furnished with the best.
W. J. COLEMAN,
"But suppose the land were un posed to its creation upon the line, Masterson deceased, ar.d letters of
reserved public domain.” put in now ma ped out for the reason that Administration duly issued there
Stenographer and Notary Publio
Mr. Ladd, "wouldn't you l-e pre the boundaries include large tracts on. All persons bolding claim*
Bvaxs, - O bbuoh .
o*cl. emska. B oti PMMI s *.
vented from taking the timber just which are not forest land and which against said estate shall present
the same? How could you take should not be included in a rssserve them with ths proper voucher« at
Cloudy day* preferred for
timber then without stealing it. They feel that to withdraw land the office of I’igg« A Bigg attorney*,
GIO 8. SIZEMORE,
making sittings. Photo, fin
and then you would get into trouble from settlement when no good is to in the city of Burn*. Oregon, with
ished in carbon and platinum
with the government sore enough l>e accomplished thereby would in *ix months from the date of this Ç
jaw«. Laad b., '— »'■■l Rea.
I don't see why legitimate mining needle..|y retard the development notice. Dated this 12th day of u •
lostanlaneoc. process oswi
It. a:l«:.,l»4 to
canm-t be cortducted on a fore*t re of the country. A numtier of men July MN
extensively. First-class work
and satisfaction guaranteed.
have been desirous of filing on
8. W H awiltow .
Chairman Williams sent for eo|<- claim, included in the land with Administrator of H II Masterson'*
OF ONTARIO. OREGON.
ies of the Oregonian containing a drawn from settlement, but the* Eftate
WILLIAMS A FITZtiEKAI D
c» \i->-<»imt- <-f <’<>i ]«»fritloin«. Fit in- . iik I Individual*
■a ate Maaaaw BOTWir»
“Daddy" Mill «*11* forniture at map of the proposed reservation have been prevented from making
B v BM,
reasonable price. No char ge since and a *vno|toi« of th* law* and the filin e
A large so* wa* taken up by
STOCKHOLDERS —John I». Daly William Jone«, Frank R
Judge Clifford save that, aside
the election Wall paper going at regoiation* touching f-rest reserves
Coffin, khner R-.M-ii,. H I Olden. M Ale*ander, N. I', t arpen
Harry U Mrnith this week at A is
all kind* of pnces. Call at the
ter, Witham Miller, E. If Test, Thos Turnbull.
ieinj car'd for. Owner can hare
stere, condole with bias and are the by th* committee. It appear-d the people are opposed to th* re
serve for the reason that they have
Burns, - - - Oreg.
tho- *• withdraws) <>f trac'* mor* no inf -rmation regarding the rules car' ‘>t the st.imal
*4 *«. U««. MSV
M. M. CO,
DRY GOODS AND
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Oregon Forwarding Co.
Is now selling goods on a cash
basis and making a slaughter
in prices, It will pay you to
see them. Watch for the an-
nouncement in this space next
No one has the qualities we
have in all linse
We have secured the ex
elusive agency for the
Malheur Mercantile Co
, A. F raser Manager
First Natioal Bank
Special Acccmmodatiuns for Traveling Men.
.FIRST NATIONAL BANK