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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY.OREGON,JANUARY 24, 1903
J. II Mitchell.
A. M <xhl v
D. K. N. Blackburn
Attorney General ..........
T. T. Gear
•secretary et diate
C B Moora
dipt. Public,1 oat ruction, ...............J H Ackermau
W H Lands
i K 8. Bean.
........... ? C. Wolverton
7 F. A. Mu«>ra
NINBTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
M. D. C lifford
J W Morrow
11. C. teten.
F. ». Metier
K A M Iller
MARNKY 0. •.
. I • Bartlett
I R J William«
... chaa. Se"«11
ATLVA REBEKAH Degree No.U
Meataevary lai and Xd Wednesday.
Mrs C G Sinitk. N. O.
(J G. Smith, Kec bec'y.
A. O. Ü. W. Buru« l.odZ», 8o <7-
DUUrd M w.
E It Hoyt. K«c
uaatssvarr Friday nlzht.
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O U F.
Wests at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday
J M Dalton N. G.
W Y King,Secy.
W. J. COLEMAN,
Stenographer and Notary Public
O regon .
GEO. 8. SIZEMORE,
O regon .
Culiecuoii», Land buvines», and Real
tarate mauer prvuii Hv attended to.
T iosmtum W illiams
M.F itc G skald
Attorney at Law.
Real Es.aie Agea:
Oflice is old Masonic Euilding.
O regon .
8. W, MILLER,
Biggs & Bigga
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
Practice in all toe courts of Ore.
Collections promptly made
G. A. K kmbold
U. W. F abbibm
Will piact ca it. tn\, court« ui Haruej aufl
iraateuautiea aud iu the supreme c<un oi the
tee. aad a.a>* iu C. » land uitice.
. .!<»■ >
ih A ?
f^irr »f rcai Jr
R. D. BURROW.
8., vial site liu
g v u to alt cl r-'UK
Call*« to any p^rc of the cou trv <tli
a .awrfed day <•
K' mjuis 1 and 2. Boros
L E Hibbard
H • Brewnton
Hibbmxi «v Brownton,
D e > TlHTK.
Office flrat 4onr eaa. cf TTie < Haar» Rack
J ohn M c M ullen
Cloudr days preferred for
ished in carbon and platinum
Inetantar.eov« procere use
attentively. F.-at cltta work
and satisfaction guarai teed
gress that larger areas of theze
seiui-arid lands should be allowed
1 for a homestead, and that a com
mission of experts be appointed to
investigate the present existing
condition and suggest to congress
the remedies that will be fair and
just and will build up rather than
retard the growth and improvement
of the West.
"Resolved, That a memorial from
this convention to congress be pre
pared, calling the attention of con
gress to the fact that the present
land laws encourage the deatruc-1
tion of the forage upon the public
lands and retard improvement and
settlement; that the memorial pe-!
tition congress to adopt ttie stigg -s
tion of President Roosevelt to ap-1
point a commission of experts to j
ing of the books of county and NATIONAL LIVESTOCK MEETS THERE
He recommends that the super
intendent of the penitentiary shall
> transport convicts to the state By L'arewlttiag Vigilate« C. J. Mllli* kept
Aloaj Alt Lises Governor Cbamberlain prison
Other Uaadidates From Making
Retammradi Wiadoa and Woderation
He recommends that the super
Comblaatlona aad Woe.
—Flat Salarie« at Oace.
intendent of the insane asylum
transport patients to the asylum.
A special from Kansas City to
A brief synopsis of the inaugural
In regards to the treatment of the Oregonian, says: The National
ad'tvess of Governor Geo. E. Cham-,
youthful criminals he recommends Livestock Association has adjourn
berlain to the two houses of the:
a sentence to the reform school in ed to meet in Portland in January.
stead of the penitentiary or jail 1903. Choice of a convention city
After thanking the peopel of the
and in many cases a system of was inado by acclamation, but it
state for th high honor conferred
should not be inferred that Port
upon him he say«:
He recommends legislation that land had a walkover
In fact the
With absolute consciousness of,
will make the execution of crimi Oregonians had the hardest sort of
and faith in, the recitude of mv i
nals conyicted of capital offenses a tight, and wen only by working
own intentions, keeping in view the
from the minute lhei’ landed, stay
oath I have taken to support the
He denounced the Sailor Board ing up all night, and watching to I make a careful investigation into
constitution and th» laws of the
ing House nuisance and suggests see that no promised delegation the actual conditions now prevail- I
state. I place mv trust in God and
n medial legislation
broke away. The result was that i ing and to suggest new laws that
appeal to him to direct and guide
He recommends the consolida the opposition was unable to mak' will benefit all sections of thocoun-
me jn *]] that effects the welfare of
tion of schools in the rural districts >» successful combination, and be tr , the varied and conflicting con
the people of the who’e state, ir
in order that the children of farm fore balloting time ali other candi ditions existing in the various sec
respective of race, religion or parly
ers may enjoy near at home the dates had discreetly withdrawn,! tions of the West being the princi
The governor grappled with the
pal obstacle that has prevented the
benefit of a graded school system. except Detroit.
assessment law problem the first
stockmen from agreeing among
He save that not more than two
When the convention city order
thing and said the steady growth
normal schools should be main of business was reached, Chairman themselves upon a plan fir a I
in wteat ought to keep down the
tained at the expense of th" state. Springer called upon C. J. Millis to change in the laws, as the law that 1
He recommends legislation regu present the claims of Portland. He would benefit one section would
In this connection he said:
lating pilotage at the month of the read Governor Chamberlain's invi cause loss and ruin to another,
The record made would seem to
tation and in a concise 10-minute where different conditions prevail.
indicate that the assessors were
“Resolved, That said memorial
In view of our growing trade with talk summed up the advantages of
vicing with each other as to who
the orient he recommends the en Portland as a convention city and be prepared immediately and pre
can place the lowest valuation upon
actment of striguent health taws
set forth the glories of Oregon sented to the present session ot
the properties of their respective
Ou the subject of labor the gov scenery and the vast natural re vongress. with an urgtnt appeal
counties, with the evident end in
sources of the state and the educa that action be taken to the end that
view to escape a just proportion of
Labor organization has come to tional value of a trip to the North this grave question may be settled
the expenses of state.
at an early date and to the further
stay and will stay as long as con west.
He urges the conservative taxa
ditions exist requiring it. In prin
John V. Davis, of Idaho, made a end that congress may not act
tion of corporations iu the follow
ciple it is right. If owners of wealth very strong speech in favor of Port hastily and unadvisedly in chang
can combine their interest, formu land. He promised the delegates ing the present laws until properly
All corporations organized out
late trusts for control of pioduction that the convention stage in Port
side of the state and doing business
and output of every industry, stifle land would be decorated, not wi h ¡ of experts a* to the actual prevail
here ought to be compelled by law
competition and control the prices preserved or greenhouse palms, but ing conditions in all sections.”
to file copies of their articles of in
of all commodities and the very with real January flowers, grown
corporation with the secretary of
necessaries of life, with labor dis out doors.
state, disclosing the amount of their
F B. Bennett, of Boston, a fin
organized, is it unreasonable to be- !
capital stock, their officers and di
I lieve that the time would soon ished orator, made a stirring ad
Services at Christian Science
rectors, and designating an agent ,
come when there would be a condi dress favoring Portland. Ex-Con Hall every Sunday nt 11a m and
upon whom service of summons
tion of almost absolute serfdom gressman Jerry Simpson, of New 8 p in. Service Wednesday even
could be had.
among the laboring clarses of th" Mexico, said that all his life lie ings al 8. Subject for Sunday,
Governor Chamberlain strongly
country. Combinations of capital ; had been moving westward, but lie January 4 * God" January 1 l'Life”
uFgea the passage of what is known
are recognized as legitimate bv the h id never quite reached the Pacific Januray 18 "Truth” January 25
as the fellow servant law and refer« i
' legislatures and the courts of all the Ocean. Now he begged the con "liove."
to similar laws in other states, no-;
, , , ,
i states, and slowly but surely both vention to go to Portland next year
Rev A J. Irwin will preach at
table the bill recently enacted by ,
i these branches of g lyeriiment are that he might round out bis career. Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
the legislature of Virginia. In
Jesse M. Smith, of Utah, said his month at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. in.
begining to reulize tint capital is
this connection he eaid:
but an increment of labor, and its state favored Portland last year and 1 Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
I commend the general scope
rights are at least equal if not par- would vote the same way now. p. m.
and purpose of this law to the leg
Sunday school at
ainout to those of the former
A Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska
islature of Oregon and earnestly
month at 10
healthy public sentiment is driv delegates seconded Portland. How first Sunday of each
o’clock a m. On the second, third
urge tl e enactment of a similar
ing the courts from the extreme ard Davidson, of New York, moved and fourth Sunday of each month
statute at this session. Legislation
' position once taken by them which that Portland be chosen by accla at 3 o'clock p m
MR* A JORDAN, Proprietor. BURNS, OREGON.
upon this subject was defeated at
scarcely recognizes the rights of mation. Chairman Springer raid vice < very second Sunday at 8 p tn.
the last session, but it seems to me
the working classes. Government it was evident Portland was the
At the Presbyterian church
that the demands of the thousands
! by injunction is not so p »pillar n >w convention’s choice, but the motion Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor
of men engaged in railroad em
as it was a few years ago, and it is was not in order, as other cities had Devine services the third and fourth
ployment here «re entitled tube
safe to predict that in a f-»w years sent invitations, which were still Sundays of each month at 11 a. in.
heard as they have been heard and more it will be the exception rather unread
It developed, however, and 7:30 p tn. Sabbath school at
favorably acted upon in other than the rule to control men thro that representatives of nil these 10 a m. every Sabbath morning.
states tint n ore- progressive than ugh appeals to C dirts of rqun v, c lies hut Detroit, had shrewdly
Preaching services at the Baptist
every 1st ai.d 2nd Sundays,
Thia hotel is centrally located and under the management of a*
in-t> ad of giving tojnriew finer »itbdrawii their invitations, that
morning ami evening
Sunday experienced landlord,
li» * I) » X I
The building hna been thoroughly renovalad
p« « re, a nghi guaranteed nr na
school every Sunday at 11a. m
pi - • I**<11 »ml
Detroit's invitation ins read hut rio
The dining room ia in charge of polite, accost-
tiunal Mud Slate conetittitioiiM
prayer meeting every Thursday
g..v rp »r <<ti
The table, are funnelled with the beat.
He sugwests additional !.-<:»•»- sp 'ke«maii appeured for the Mieh- evening.
[tiun of i* illative a-J reh rm i jib ig >i> city. Mr Springer then put
th-- Davidson no t on, which whs
• » t
Carried amid great ctiei ring.
H* - Jgge is Fg
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
»j . i M « »H i-
lit .ir i« iM.iVes jf i
favors a commission .
C Hi! IMife U> »b^ ii
a«' h i
li say- ».Mj»-
By .1 rie i g v e the Associât.'on
» k H r
1 • • lie e>ijpi • ♦ all li
» teso inion n doreii g
. ■ t •ar. o|
we liiAt ¡Id'«
P e-i'i ni R. ' -e e t’s sugge»iu n
j»-ig >..f h» Shin ¡11*» r.»u ’
"O 'Uct w;tti e
that “•/ gr• *■ - n| point a vummittee
upon i reasonable
He rsys th - »'
ti »' tit» ill r.lllge plOI -
and all f-e- euro -d pani
paid mt ■ th«-1 »lid op- rat-- ita o
Accounts of Corporations, Firm« and Iiidiv ¡duals Solicited.
1-in, whicu for i'»r» lia- been a
treasury. it wilt result in a snvuigl pi.-mt far th- <!•<•
one of onlenlloii iM-iw-en call e
to the stale. There can ue no bui dings
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
question t.ut that ton, genii men. |
He say» th*.- C»luinbi» riv-r a 11 and e-lree m -n. Toe résolu i hi Lad
F t «*Mfl<»LDBHfl -John D i’a'y.Frai’k K Cnfllo, N I’. ( arp^nter, K J
: b e ’
i i | , -
Lave the power, and it is a moral | ij its inoutarie« mu-l p> k-gt *q>eii <
William». J W iieary, (’. ( iimtnii’*. H. M Horton, M Alexander, W*i«
On by the executive c* mtuittee as
duty mcumbwit upon you to ena< t
Jon«*», Thofnaa Pavia.
a law placing each and evar.oo-
He apeak < a gu «1 word forth« »substitut- for a resolution pie-
/»/»y County 'ICnrranh touy/it at tAa mar Aft pritt.
seriled uy A. R Robeitaon, of Tex
of the officer« herein named upon
Boys' and Girls' Aid 8 >ciety.
Ibis bank ia Inaurcd and will be reimbursed for any loae by burglary
as, which favored the leasing of the
salaried commensurate with the
He recommend« eautimis 1-gis-
or hold up day or night.
public land» for grazing
services rendered, not t > l>e increas lati m on the arid land topic«.*
ed or diminished during their in»
He goefl deeplv into the piiolic iuti'iii follow»:
"Resolved, Tnat the law«go»-ri •
cuniliencr, and requiring all free
land question and itniiq nth' r
ing the use of public laud, of the
to be paid Into the treasury as a
part of the general fund such act
All sectious should he intie for United States have become out*
grown and obsolete, owing toibe
to take effect at once.
these losses in the name of the stale
T’llK inoet imjiortaiit improve-
The eitravaganci of .he state and it would be well if theF could rapid advance of civilization, at d * ment of the age in the art of
we telieve that the time has cone pennisn.hip make« the poor writer
printing office get« «otr.e attention be «elected in a compact body
fr^m Mr Chamberlain and be make» »ugg*st that you mem »rahze c >n- when congre«« should take action a splendili penman tn a f»w w*elta
looking toward laws that will re by t lie use of thia ring
the following recommendation:
OF ONTARIO • OREGON • I
gress, through your senators an I
I recommend f>r sour etrnest representatives, that the state be cognize the changed conditions and
Acr'otintw of r*(»rj«»rutiorir«. 1’irniw iiik I Indivnliiw
and Board« of Educai ion in Europe
consideration the propriety of lim permitted to make its selection in will encourage the settlement and and America. Sample doten as-
iting the space to be used in the lieu of lh»ee losses on unsurveyad improremet.t of the largest possi sorted «igea «ent post paid for VI 00
—John D Dsly. William Jones Frank R I
publication of all bienual reports lands, if no others are available, in ble area, and provide protection to single «ampie 25c
Coffin Abner Robbins, B F Olden, M Alexander, N I . < arpsn- J
and with entire safety and propri ts compact a body at possible the settlers »«mg said lands for
ter. WlUiaan Millar E H T««t, T h .« 1 irsksll
woman, or child.
ety if the suggest; >n I make here either within or without tbs rt- grazing purpose«
E H. TERT, feahler.
PENN MFG. SUPPLY CO.
"Resolved, That we approve the
after of exporting the Locks of all ■
N-aaa^-« < v v
auggeaticn of President Roosevelt
(Conelu-Ied -'n see-md pays )
•late '.Skills he enac ed upon far-1
SYNOPSIS OF CEO. CHAMBERLAIN S
Than any at any store
Oregon Forwarding Co.
PARRISH & REMBOLD,
Bai os (and Canyon City,) Oregon.
‘ PORTLANDGETS CONVENTION i in his last annual message to con
A Trial Will Convince You
Offl/’« iu Ui.icuuB Bank Huildinj.
He recommends that a systema
tic plan be adopted for the expert-
PROFESSIONAL cards .
B urns ,
GOVERNOR’S MESSAGE orable.
Spacial Accommodations for Traveling Men.
OF BURNS, OREGON.