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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON1, JANUARY
CONGRESSMAN TONGUE DEAD of the mountains to unite on any EXCHANGE OF ARID
LANDS reports, although he has constantly
I urged upon ths different counties
one man for the nomination. Ifi
the importance of placing the in
others would want to know why MOODY PRESENTS CHECKERBOARD formation ill the bands of the gov
they had not been picked out for
ernment at the earliest possible
BILL IN THE HOUSE.
|-..x Moniti* ....'.
Then, again, even!
date\ The following is a sample of
though a compromise candidate
llie letters that will be sent to each
were found. Eastern Oregon could Railroad and Wafan Road Grants Ma« be county:
V ’• J. H Mitchell. Heart Disease the Cause--P.ralysis Brought
11»? ««iuta»’. • ■
1 “J Frank Adnus,Klamath Falls,
not elect him ”
Made lato Solid Tracta.-Nitcbcock
on by Acate laJigestioa--Congres*
Gives Bill Approval.
..U. K. N. Black bum
A.t! »ruey General ...........
‘’The executive committee has
Gì» eruor . ............................
................ FI Dunbar
Se etarj oi Stale
me to write you, urging
C fe Moore
Representative Moody has.com-
Oregonian News Bureau, Wash
Tre 48 u re r
.. . J H Ackerman
of Sending in reports
pleted bis report on the bill re
ington, Jan. 11.—Rep jreSentative T
1 R 8. Bean.
1 of irrigable lands in your vicinity
“Its beyond me,” he coinplait ed, committee, providing for the ex j for transmission to the Government
Congressional District, in the pres
NIXETII JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
not my affair, anyway. I am change of even sections for odd I officials.
M. D. vvm\iitl**r
CLIFFORD ence of his daughter Bertha and his
ir ri C.rt
et j liidzu
uugv . ■
“Kindly give this your prompt
and as we can’t elect sections of laud within the limits
secretary, Miss Ruane, died sud
Hi ut Ke|.r«»«irtatlve
fiim saaalor .......................................... J * >•«"»* denly, in his room at the Irvington, any one I’m simply an interested ; of railroad and wagon road laud I attention and as much publicity as
grants lvilig in the arid and semi-
in this city, at 12:50 this afternoon spectator.”
II. C. Lever«
A motion prevailed that the sec
“For whom will you vote?”
arid sections of the West, and will
. r » niviier A few minutes before he passed
retary wnie E. J. Frazier, chairman
“That’s easy to answer, ’ declar submit the same to the House.
The bill, as originally introduc 1 of the legislative committee, re
without a word, ed Test, with the frankness of his
E. Loggan ness, and died
................ 1C Bartlett
ed, applied only to railroad grants, minding him of his promise to sub
. Newt II oc»ver without any suffering.
; R J Wil Huma
but Mr Moody was able to have it mit proposed legislation on iruga-
Thomas 11, Jr., did not reside with
*’ Í CT Miller
“You say ‘at first.’ Do you enlarged
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to apply also to lands tion matters to his committee, so
Ilia father, but was notified of his
within wagon road grants, as the that it may be got in shape to be
Chas. NevYi.ll approaching end and hastened to
latter provision will benefit settlers presented to the Legislature. The
his father’s bedside, but did not
“I’m not prepared to sav. I ! who have purchased land within present slate law is considered in
reach there until after be had pass
suppose that all the democrats will the grants to the Willamette Valley adequate to the protection of set
The physicians who were sum vote for Wood, as he was our can- , and Cascade Mountains and the tiers, in relation more particularly
HYI.W REBEKAH Degree No.«X
Mcet.e.eO 1*1 ana 3d
moned. and the family physician, didate for senator under the Mavs Dalles military road companies in to water rights. The convention in
G. Smith. Kec eec y.
Eastern Oregon, the former grant Portland adopted the state laws
Dr. Bovee, as well as the coroner, law.”
“Will you vote for Governor T. ( embracing 843,000 and the Litter now in force in Nevada and Wyoiu-!
agree that death was due to acute
A. O. U. W.rturua Lodge, No 17
i. 473.365 acres. The other wagon iug and about to be adopted by [
l)l|1Hri, M w
indigestion, w hich sup. rinduc< d T. Geer afterwards?”
“That’s hard to say,” And Test ! road lands in Oiegon will net be California, and a draft of these will
E H Hoyt. Kec.
paralysis of the heart. Mr Tongue
_ .AKNEl LODGE. NO. 77. I. O O F-
as their grants do not lie furnish the substance of the new <
had been in unusual health, and glanced in the direction of the affected,
In fact, wogon proposed state law. The matter
..„tasi Ulta Fello«* «‘ytf ^.T n . G*’ excepting for occasional attacks of Governor, who was deep in con ver- i in the arid regiou.
will be af has already teen threshed out'and
dyspepsia, to which be has been
subject of late years, has not com house in the hotel lobby. The fected by the bill. Settlers on the printed in the Telegram. To the :
l’KOFESSlONxYL cards .
Wiiiamette Valley lands West of Legislative committee will also be
plained of feeling badly this win governor dian’t notice the look.
mountains will not be affected referred the communication from j
W. J. COLEMAN,
Incorporated in the report is a G. II. Maxwell, advising tlm re
Throughout ths afternoon, as the Democratic members will east their
I Stenographer and Notary 1’ublio sad news spread over Washington, ballots for a republican fur sena strong letter of indorsement from peal of all laws which allow specu '
Secretary Hitchcock, who says lators to secure contracts for large
friends have been thronging to the tor?”
B urns , - O regon .
“Every man should speak for that the checkerboard land grant sections cf land, thereby excluding
once W Ct.laeii* B*“E
Irvington. Senator Mitchell, who
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lives just across the street, was the himself. 1 think, and the repre system was never suited to land in actual and bona fide settlers. The
GEO- S. SIZEMORE,
first to arrive, and Representative sentative glanced at a list of the the arid region. There small hold Legislature will he asked, further
Moody followed closely after. Sen legislature. ‘"There are over 70 ings are practical! useless under more, to memoralize Congress to
B ubns , ...........................
0 reoo N itor Simor., Commissioner Her republicans in the legislature, and this checkerboard system. Large appoint a United States cominis
I c.llee.toi.-, I-an.l bu-iitetta. anti lmal
maun and countless friends called if they can’t decide upon a Senator tracts ot arid land which are til sion to assist in the passage of u
¿.»laieui-nerrrotult tv amended lo.
later to offer their consolation to and elect him without coming to only for grazing are now divided in uniform law to cover the needs of
the democrats for votes when they ownership and naturally much the arid slates of the west.
Ï umnt .»- W illiams
he bereaved son and daughter.
Aiwrucy Rt Law.
Above all things it was agreed
Kval Ea.al« A<«ut
Senator Mitchell and Represent should come over to our side and friction resulted because of Ires-
WILLIAMS & FITZuEllALD
ative Moody at once summoned the give their stiength to Wood. The pa e. It is estimated that from 25 i that no time was to be lost in get-
itltce in ola Masonic Buiiòiug.
Sergeant at-Arms of the House and only republican that 1 know of who to 50 seres of such land is needed ; ting the co-operation of the differ
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O regon .
he hastened to the Irvington and can get democratic votesis Senator annually to pasture a single horse ent counties having feasible Gov-
aunouiiei <1 that lie would take Mitchell. And he could get them or cow and in single sections such I eminent irrigation project!, to send
8. W. MILLER,
pasturage is practically valuless. | in their reports so as to place them
char.eof the funeral arrangements. again if he wanted them.”
“Has Mitchell ever recognized 1 he Secretary strongly urges the j in the hands of government ofli-
the two Oregon men he call
ed on Speaker Henderson, who del the democrats in patronage for this adoption of the pending bill as it
Burns, - — - Oregon.
tends to consolidate private hold
egated Representative Moody to support?'1
Broke His Leg.
* if he has I never heard of it.” ings in tracts of sufficient size to
call on Mr. Tongue’s collegues
“Have you any measures which giye them value and at the same
the river and harbor and irrigation
UNDER new management
Biggs & Biggs
Fred Brown, ari employe of Mi!*
committees, and to arrange among you wish to introduce?”
time increase the value of the Gov ler <k Lux at their White Hurte
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
them for the congressional esc rt.
“None; Easiern Oregon doesn't ernment lands
ranch, wn.t brought to town yvuter-
__ __ __ — OREGON.
which will leave lore tomorrow need and.’’—Telegram.
The bill is drawn to prohibit any day with a broken leg sustained by
Practice in all tne courts of Ore.
evening for Representative Tongue*
unfair exchanges, for ¡and. select having a hors“ lull on him.
lie was working with the Ander
Jolleclions promptly made.
home, provided the f.-innly arrange
must be of the same and char
TEARING DOWN FENCES.
son outfit at Crooked creek when
ments can tie completed in season
acter and the same area as tracts the accident occured. The leg
. .u Knanoia.
Mr. Tongue leaves a widow, two
PARRISH &. REMBOLD.
The Portland Journal says that relinquished. ’ Under no circum was broken below th« ktse, the
sons, or.e of wham is in Washing in November a complaint was made stance. i. an exchange compulsory, hone was set by Dr Girous, and
ton and another in Oregon; three in the United Suites courts against nor will it be possible to acquire th« patient is doing well—Wrtme-
Burns(and Canyon City.) Oregon.
mu"ca Silver Slate.
W ill piaci co io the l otir a ot U»r«»y •*«
daughters, two ol whom are tnar- William W. Brow n, of Crook coun timbered or mineral lands or tracts
■ r«M ■•uu >••*
la e. ana aiao lu U.S. ,ar.aoflice.
tied and live in
ty, fi r having illeugaliy fenced in
adopted daughter M r. Tongue was several thousand acres of govern the bill. No settler or claimant to
Cha*». H. Leonard,
in his fifty ninth ytarof hie ag--, merit land on Wagontire mountain public lands will be disturbed. No
A ttorney - AT-LAW,
Services nt Christian 8ci«mce1
This hotel is centrally 1< i-nted and under the management nf an
had served in the fifty-liih lnspecior D-dy was sent out to roaming right of lieu selection i* Hull every Sunday at 1 1 a tn atid '
7arefui attention given to Collec
The building Ims been thoroughly renovated
tions and Real Ivslate mailers.
seethe offender wno agr ed to re
8 p hi . Service Wednesday even and is well furnished,
The dining room is in charge of |a>lite, accom-
move the offending fences as soon
ing» at 8 Subject for Sunday,! inodating Waiters- The tables are furnished with the best.
the limits of the grants, and lands
O regon .
B urns ,
as the weather would permit.
January 4’.God” January 11 "Life
Brcwn filed an affidavit with Unit relinquished must In every instant Jatiuray 18 Truth” January 25
h<- in the same country as land,
HtS VOTE TO GO TO WOOD
ed Slates District Attorney Hall
JONH W OBABT
showing that th- man who had in
Rev A .1 Irwin will preach nt
t liable area in each county. »Strong
“Eastern Oregon ctmldeti’i «lect formed against him had a iso in
MARSDEN & GEARY.
Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
efforts will tie made to pass the bill
N I < AliPENTER, C àsiubb ,
I’n sivuins and Sui geoos.
month at Ila in. and 7:30 p. in
a United States senator even if closed 4D<) ac’es of public domain
A V. \VEI.< O.ME, A hnt . C asiiisr .
Sabbath school every sabbath al 2
they could gel logethor — which io Lake county In addition lie
ÿ>ef nt rrt'dtKfr.
Ao to they can’t,” d“clar«l Repr«» nta
g , ve the ilistriel utto:n«y ll.e mimes
IRR’GATION LAW NEEDED.
Sunday school at Harney the
,'ivr E. H Test, of M.ilbeir ai.d , ”f 17 others who havs enclos d an
first Sun lay of each mom hat 10
R. D. BURROW.
.Harney counties Mr T«-t is tnu- aggo gate nf 30 000 act« s of govern
o'cl >ck a in On the second, third
CF BURNS, OREGON.
An irrigation hili will be on* of and fourth Hiinday of ' ach month
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON . of the d< x< n demt eret* in the ment I Hide in Cnaik Lake and
Corporations, linns and Individuals Solicited.
the meastiie- to claim th“ atten at 3 u nlock p n> Preaching ser
Bp ,i»l »tie lio i g v. u to »11 chrome. house of repre««nta‘ivi-a, in I b-ing Grant count e-
with the bop-1 sa minority, he doe»
United States District Attorney tion of the Oreg tn Legislature, says
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
( »11- to any p«rt ot ibe country will be Hot itilend to startle the at lie with Hail immed at-ly wrote each of the Telegram.
Ata meeting last
At the Presbyterian church
«• t aiPH.iiFHM .7<hii!) ba'y Frank K. <
N U. ( arj enter, R J.
anawereil day or m.ht.
any reform mea-nr’ S. for the very th« offender*, n tlifying them to re evening of the trustees of the Ore Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor
\V ¡i..m .1 \V <»••.<?}, < . < Linmin- II. J. Hurtuu, M. Alexander. H^tn .
Kooiua I ami t, Barna Hotel.
g'io.1 reason that th-y would receive nt ’Ve their fences This was on gon Irrigation Association, at which
Joiim, Tlinrnaa bavin.
Sundays of each month nt 11 a. in.
H a. Brownton
L E. Hi »Sard »mall consult ration. c«mi g from Dece ti.lier 23
Tttdav he received were present Henry Hahn, chair
J*ZaZ» anti Ctunty l/Jnrrtinii loHf/il
and 7:30 p in. Fabbath school at
Hibbard Ac Brownton, fthe democratic side of the house
answers from two of these. These man; A H. Devers, president; J 10 a m. every RabbatEi morning
I hi. bank Is insured and w ill be reimbursed for any Ion. by burglary
Tiler« In« tw« n no little talk to have ag’eed to obey the law* as M Moore, secretary. E M Banniclt
D en tisis .
or hold up day or night.
Otile. Aral door «art ot Th. Cl iaesa Back.
the effect that Eastern Oregon »••on as the weather permits In and Samuel Connell, it was decided
wants the senator, although no the meantime this man Las nut his to a»k the legislature to interest morning and evening Sunday
oatn“» have been mention«*d in fences every 200 f<-et. Mr. Hall i itself in a l«etter state law for th« »chool r-v/ry Sunday at Ila m
particular Mr. Teat wa* asked says that about 30,000 or 40,000 protection of bona fied settlers and prayer meeting every Thursday
concerning thi* sentiment.
acres of the public domain will to memorize congress to pass a evening.
I “There is nothing serious in thia thus 1* thrown open. Th“ sec md uniform law to meet the needs of
JOHN NI.-M ULLF.N
rumor,” declared the representa- writer also says that he will furnish the arid states
notice of dissolution .
The minutes of the last meeting
'tive. “The trouble with Eastern the district attorney with the uamas
’Oregon is that the people there ar» of other offenders.
«•re approved. Mr Devers move«!
Th« co-partnership heretofore
as bar«! to bs.ng to in agreement
that the secretary be instructed to existing between l^e Caldwell and
OF ONTARIO OREGON
as are tne people of th** Willamette
write the chairman uf each county, A M Byrd, under the firm name
Cloud v days preferred for
*’Hot Coffee Jo«'' at the Windier
urging the necessity of sending in of Caldwell <k Byrd, has been diss
! valley Loeik at all the candidates
making sitting« Photo* fin-
ETiporium can nerve you with the
reports on irrigation pr'jects so olved by mutual consent, A. M Ç
’ for senatof that live in Weatern
«hed in carbon and platinum
¡•»st things on earth Fresh East
« Or-g Ji, an I j iatimxgine how much
that they can be forward'd to the Byrd retiring turn the butin*-«« t
ern Oyster, now on hand.
government at an early date and Lee Caidwell assumas all indebt
n ore c.iiifusing the ei’uition would
Instantáneo's procesa use
a working basis for the edness of the Arni
ester,«Sr.Je, Fi-st rhi* work
and satisfactn.li guarar.tard
secretary ha* not received any such
A M. B ybp .
imp'-e-ii/le for th» po r.ie.ans east at toe Llurkbeitner building
X i mes-Ji z raid
Than any at any store
A Trial Will Convince You
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