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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 25, 1902.
WHERE SHALL THE STATE
ORGANIZERS OF ASSOCIATIONS.
NATION S FINO?
Obstacles la Government's way to Establish'
io. Works tobe Removed--Conveo-
tioa to Stir up Interest.
The association organized yes
terday at the instance of J. N.
Williamson and the Chamber of
Commerce of this city The organ
izers, besides Mr. Williamson,were:
J. C. Moreland, A. II Devers, C H
Mclsaacs. J. M. Moore, Henry E.
Reed and C. C. Hutchinson. Mr.
Hutchinson is president of the Ore
gon Irrigation Company. A second
session was held in tbe evening, nt
which other persons present were:
A. M. Drake, president of the Pilot
Butte Development Company, nd
his attorney A. King Wilson.
These companies are interested in
the Deschutes country. The Ore
gon Development Company, algo
interested in that district was not
The Pilot Butte and the Oregon
Development Companies hold con
tracts from the State ot Oregon un
der the Carey act for reclaiming
respectively 86,000and 64.000acne
of arid land. The signature of the
Secretary of the Interior to tbe con
tracts is necessary to their final
The committee, us
above named, will ascertain if the
shadow of these contracts covers
nearly 500,000 acres of I h ml, as is
reported, or only 150,000 acres, and
whether the contracts have actual
ly been enter, d into between the
Government and the companies.
All desire to invalidate any vest* d
rights is disavowed.
That a committee of five mem
bers he appointed with instructions
to investigate the statue of all irri
gation enterprises undertaken it*
the state of Oregon under the terms
of the Cary land act, the committee
to report at ttie earliest possible
moment.—Resolution of tbe Oregon
The committee is made up of—
Henry Hahn, of Portland chair
J N. Williamson, of Prineville,
State Senator ai d Representative
elect . to
J. M Moore. of Portland, tecre-
tary of the Board of Trade.
1. W. Hope, of Vale
F D. McCully, of Joseph.
The Oregon Irrigation Associa
tion organized yesterday for three
First—To investigate the r ghts
of private irrigation companies in
the state; to look into the status of
the contracts which they have ac
quired under the Carey act, and to
ascertain how largo areas are cov
ered by those contracts.
HOT DEBATE AT SESSIONS.
Second—To find out where lie
the obstacles that the Government
Debate at the morning session
has encountered in its endeavor to turned upon several sharp, points
establish irrigation works in Ore The discussion between Mr. Wil
liamson and Mr Hutchinson reach
Third—To encourage the Gov ed two or three spirited climaxes.
ernment to undertake irrigation in Mr Williams* n has entered into
Oregon, and to obtain for this state the irrigation problem m this .late
its share of the funds which con in a yery vigorous manner. Il*-
gress has set »part for such work. showed veslerday that the Govern
These three purposes the associa ment was impeded in irrigation
tion will carry forward with due work in this state bv the apathetic
regard to the v-sted rights of pri state of public sentiment anti by
Another prominent object is to
“The Government will not law
stir up tbe people of the state to its way into Oregon,” lie declared,
the immediate necessity of showing and F. II. Newell, chief engineer of
that Oregon is interested in the the rtelamatio: service, has said
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new irrigation system, and to ¡end as much. The Government can
the Government enc* u agernent to find plenty of places in other stntes
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Biggs & Biggs
to expend its money. Why, then,
enter upon projects in this state.
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
o U30CR£FH0>' RATES;
A H Devers was elected presi should we expect lhe government
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I’ractico in all the courts of Ore. dent of tbe uodv, and J M. Moore to fight its way into Oregon? We
rare© Months ...
should invite tbe government to
Collections promptly made.
work here, should help that work
I CONVENTION TO BE HELD NOV. 18
all we can and should point out
U.A KEMB v LD
C. W. P aubxsh
J. 1!. MitchelL
J;í ,¡7! . » .»«Ulor,
To the end of the enlisting pub places for irrigation systems. Now
PARRISH & REMBOLD,
lie 8et.tia.en., a .tale convention
1» the time to act If we Sil like
iM A. Moody
D. K N. Blackburn
will be held at Portland November
blimps on a log, ether states will
Bums (and Canyon City,) Oregon.
About 450 del* gates will be
»9C 9L«r> ol 8t*U
Will practice In the courts of Harney and 18.
g t that part * f tbe r* cia mation
C 8 Moore Grant
counties au<l iu the bv.ptenie uurt ut the
J II Ackerinau State, aud
entitled to alien : Th* y will be
atso in U. S. mud uftice.
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fund to whi. h Oregon is entitled
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apportioned an follows:
. K. 8. Been.
It's the biggest thing in Oregon
...J C. Wolverton
To t*e named:
Ciias. 11. Leonard,
) F. A. Moore
’s why I speak right out hi
f t : •-
A ttorney - at - law ,
By th< (ioverii'.r 20 delegatee; by
NINKTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Wm Miller Careful attention given to Collec Mayors of cit ier*. t w*> d* I* gates, and
Mr Williamson pointed out that
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tions and Real Ertale matters
one additional f- r ev ry 2500 peo i III*- Des Chutes Valley '»»• » good
ple or major fractiop of that i.tim place for the government to estal*
O regon .
er; l>y each board of county com list* a system. lothis Mr. Hmch-
' ' )*r a.
two delegate“; l*y • ach lUHon objected. Saying, that bis
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commercial organiz ition, two dele- companv had spent large huh ,» of
J W Buchanan
• Ur AtMIMI L..
J • Hartl*‘tl
•<*991 9<9Crinl9D..4 •-
*ons** **«*.* gat« s and one f ir each 50 no inliers; money in that diatrict He did not
E J Nob> w.a. aA»si>Bi>,
k b < ©to9fc intpceiar
try each iirigation company. two think the government could in
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MfiRSDEN & GEÄRY.
asaasv i. ■ LAK1> uffici :
delegate«; Lv the State University, go-id faith in erfer*- with hi-* c*>m-
Ph \ sic id fi» and Surgvona.
Geo. W Ha ee
S at* A. i< ubural C- 1-g Experi
net St.it y* ut il each State Nor
‘ Iz-t the government go t*> other
Phone No :o
mal School, each two delegates
BUVIET ì ES.
pieces,” said he ‘ There arc plenty
«vera ub ( ka il i ver.. No.a
of ih*-m in Oregon ”
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
DR H, VOLF,
Physician and Surgeon,
ornes at residence
.0H«««.ry l.l.iin 1*1 Wedue».Hr.
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A. O. C. w. Horn« Lodge. No 47
MAteev«rj Friday »irbt.
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H. B. Brewnton
Hibbard At Brownton,
daBMar UOPI.S No. 0,1.0« r.
wHS-.oadrstl'’*» Hsll.r'.ry rsiurl.y
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»1 Kins. -«■»
D entists .
Office Aral door eaat of The Utilcens Dank.
J ohn M c M ullen
W. J. COLEMAN,
Stenographer and Notary Public
Bus.««. - O reg *».
0*0« 1«Ctrl»«-» Bank Bn.HIM
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8. W. M1LLEP.,
Items. - - - Or* g
Cloudv days pr»f»rred for
making riUings. Photo, fin-
isbed in carbon and platinum
Instantaneous process used
extens’velv Fir.t-cisas work
and ««ti«factiou guarsr.Ued
“Daddy” etili «elb furniture at
reaannable prices No change since
the election Wall paper going at
ail kinda <>f pnr-ee Cail at tbe
»t*.re. eur.dule with him and •*.« tbe
T' al's jnat the way with .oil,”
The following are mellite re In
Mr 'Viliiainson. rpnek *y
virtue of lheir res|»cc,i»* ollie, a
The Governor, the Secretary »nd Wil* i* tin- g**v,'rnii*eii» pr *p -*-s *.■
the Tieaeurer of tbe state of Ore ■-nit r a g"*»*l district -nme privai.
I company rtie** 'go elaewhere ’
The Dietnlier» of the State Board \\ hen it I*« k- t-> »noth r place it
meets the same cry 'go elsewhere.'
■ ,f Agriculture.
.fate is all entered wirh'pri-
Tne ui'-ni oere of th« St tie Boa d
C'*n.|Mtr*ie-. an I they *f .n'f
of H >rticulturr.
want the guverr.in* nt to enter the
The State Biologist.
The State Gaine »nd Fish War
Mr Hu'-.-hinson—In the United
8tatee are many »rid are», which
The State Fish Commissioner.
The State Dairy and food coni cannot Le reclaimed by private en
terprises, but which tbe great re-
*>f the government can
Members of the Legislative A«-
in •he arable. I lielieve the irriga
•eml'ly of the S ate of Oreg m.
tion act of the Jaet ee.rion of con
Tbe State veterinarian.
gre«« was |.»es* d for tbe benefit of
Th» Stale land Agent
United States .Senators and R*-p- •uch areas C-mgre». di*1 not in-
rrsentativee in Congreea uf the
Stat« oi Oregon.
County Judges, Commistior ers
The City Engineers and Snivey-
ors of incorporated eit'e*
All meu.Iwrs in g>Hai standing of
tbe National Irrigation Association
The Governvr-eiect of the State
(Concluded ui, fourth page )
Lev A J Irwin will preach at
Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
month a*. 11 a. tu, and 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath school every subbath nt 2
M. M. CO
Sunday school at Harney the
first Sunday of each month at 10
o’clock a m. On the second, third
and fourth Sunday af each mouth
at 3 o'clock p m
vice > very second Sunday at 8 p m.
At the Presbyterian church
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor
Devine services the third and fourth
Sundays of each month nt 11 a. tn.
and 7:30 p in. Sabbath school at
10 n. tu. every Sabbath morning.
We have the triosL Complete st ck in town
ail lines of
Preaching services at the Baptist
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
morning and evening Sunday
school every Sunday at 11 a. in. 0 o
prayer meeting every Thursday 9 e 9 e
Petition for Liquor License.
DRY GOODS AND
BOOTS AND SHOES.
To the Honorable County Court
of Harney Countv, State of Oregon:
We, the undersigned h-gril-voter*
of the precinct of Liwen, said coun
tv and state, most respectively pe
tition your HonorabhvCourt to grant
a petition to N. J. L'wis to sell
spiritous malt and vinous liquors
al his place of business in said pre
cinct in less quantities than one
gallon for a period of six month«
coiiiuienciiig Novemb, r 13, 1902:
R, R. Sitz, Waiter Gray, Andrea
D, Lytl«, Ed. Sliver, A. A. Clay
pool, J. H. Jordan, M. V. Smith, N.
O Oard, Ben Jordan, C. W. Jordan,
1’. F Heinz. J. W. Heinz, G E.
Parker, J. I*. Sitz, Scott Hayes, L
B. Hayes, W, W. Dt ink water, I B.
Clark, Wm. L. Clark, D. W Jordan,
J C Gray, (I W Clark.
Notice ih hereby given ibiit in, « • 9 9
Saturday, the 81 b dav of November O 9
1902, 1 will Hi.plv to the above 9 9
entitled court for the license as « 9
specified in this petition.
N J L ewis .
In the Circuit Court of tbe State of
Oregon, for the County of Hur
Lottie Peterson, Plaintiff,
Thorvald Pet« rson <l* fen*biti')
To Thorvald Peterson, tiie above
You nru hereby summoned to
appear and answer the complaint
in tho above entitled cause filed
Hgainst you, in the above entitled
Court l*y tbe 20th day of October,
¡902 and are hereby notified that it
you fail ho to appear and answer
the plaintiff will for want thereof
apply Io lhe Court for the r* In f lie
ninndi'd in said eoinplainl to-wit
For n decree of the court desolv
ing tho in irriiigo contract existing
la-tween pllf and d*-ft in said suit
and also for th*- award of th*- car*
and custody of tl*e minor children
*.f rniil rantriagi* with pliliiiid th*
cos's and disMirHineiita of the suit
You will t ike notice further that
the dntc of th • order for this publi
cation is the 2nd day of S* pti-mlx r
T hoiint :< Wti.i iamb .
Atty for plir
Publieheil in the Times-Herald
once » week for eix full w.-i ks tie-
giiming with »nd inc uaive of the
Ctb dey of Sept the rlnte of the firat
piiblicniion. bi <*rd* r <*f th*' Hon.
Conni y Jmlgr of the Slate of ( heg*m
for Hnr’iet County,of date S*pt. 2*1
Our Specialty—-The very best of
goods and prices as low as our compet
No one has the qualities we
have in a 11 linse. «4
hi connection with our business.
Hk/Eo’wera arxcL ZB- ulq I ss .
Malheur Mercantile Co.
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JOHN H DAI.Y, P rioohext
FRANK R.t OFFIN, Vu *. P iiksiihkt
First Natioal Bank
CF BURN3, O^ECOW.
Accounts of Corporations, I irms and Individuals Solicited.
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Coffin. J. Ilf. Soary.
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J?. J. WitHamt, C. Jf. Voit.
SJ. J*. C/ifon, 7f/. Jtlomntlor, 1ffm. Jonoo, Ti^ot. Davit.
N. U. CARPENTI R, Cashier.
UNDER MEW MANAGEMENT
MRS. A JORDAN, Proprietor. JH RNH, OREGON.
Special Accommodations for Traveling Ken
Tlii» hotel I» cent rally 1 cateti and tiru'ir thè management of «n
The building ha» bern thoroughly rrnovaled
•nd i* well furolahed
The dining moni i* in chnrge of polite, accom-
'UIIE moat important improve- inodatinff waiters
The t»l*l**q are fiirni• I,* d with tlie L st.
* n.*-i.' * f t io *v
' ■ art <•(
p*-* nianship makes lhe poor writer
a splendid p* ntnan in a few week»
by the use r.f th:» ring Endor»--*!
f*v prominent College President»
a- d Board» of Education in Europ*
and Ameri* ». Sample dozen as-
. rti- l size» sent post paid for *1 Jkl
single sample 25c w'Len ordering
a «ingle ring «rate whether for m-*n,
wonts** nr child
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P VI EM U RI I IM; him ;
PENN MFG. SUPPLY CO.
N« IM S. Loarrk Street. MIH »Of I PHIA
Baker City Optical Co.
Servial ('hririian Science
MM First Mrsct, Riker City, Ore.
If «’1 errry Sunday at Ham at»d
R p tn. Hernie« Wednesday even-
The only fullv eqoippeel opti* al
inga at R Mubject for Sunday. institution b«tw"en Salt Lak» »nil
“ ■*- Ueatli.
Oct. 19 ‘ Pr»batiGn After
Portland. Scieiititic fitting of
Ovt 2*5 “Errr’jie 1 Put'hhtnenf.’’ gists*-. Lenses ground to met <u e
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ONTARIO, OREGON.
I' íiiiih unii Imliv ninni
Daly. William Jones, Frank R
M Alexander, N I', t'arpan-
E II. TENT, «'ashler.
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