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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 31
fIN'T rdcav “nFADI OCK ” resource, of the several counties
CANT BREAK DtADLULA. to all persons desiring information
information I .
CHANGE ARID LAND LAWS I lines which handled the goods.
I The cargo was handled by the 0.
I R. A N. as far as Huntington,
on the subject—to direct settlers |
where it was delivered to the Ore
and capital to opportunities await IRRIGATION COMMUTE HAS PREPAR gon Short Line to be turned over
1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
REASON WHY COLUMBIA SOUTHERN
ED A MEASURE
ing them iu the state
to the Union Pacific at Ogden.
“A large, well lighted room, or
Tbe Oregon roads have already
hall, lias been set aside by the
assumed such importance as navi
North Pacific Terminal Co. in the Would Restrict ike Privileges of lrrigstioo gable traffic carrying lines that
Lacks the Necessary Faadi and ii Hat-
magnificent, new Union Depot at I C-uipaaies--Ai»e*daieot to dive Boa*, plans, it is said, are now under
J. H Mttchsll.
d ¡capped in set Having Competitive
'Fide Settlers a Chance.
Portland for use of the Bureau, and
consideration for separating the
Outlet my * the Telegram.
iThos. T odsus .
tables and cases are new being
10 ic C<
navigation and the railway compa
D. I. R. N. Hlsckbura
key Gallerai ............
T. T. Gear
made and furniture secured for its
“.i-j _ 3=3 ira or
ny. The navigation company,
Kry ol State
If Portland business mtn will
C 8 Moors
use in displaying products and dis chairman of the legislative com which has sixteen boats running
J H Ackermsn assist the
>rk ■ MUM Printer *...........
W H l.oods
mittee of toe Slate Irrigation Asso out of Portland to points up and
S. Bssu. will begin at once to extend its
"Concessions have been granted ciation, will present through East down tbe coast, intends to increase
.5 C. Wolverton
B ; lapr«» e Jad^ee
present line into tbe heart ¿of Cen
> F. A. Moors
by the leading railroad and fleam ern Oregon representatives, some i it* Asiatic fleet, and when this is
tral Oregon and Ipush operations
B NIN’KTH judicial district .
boat lines for transmission from important changes in the arid land done the railway will become a
a. D. CL1FFOB»
____ Wa Miller above the; Deschutes^survey, says
their various stations to Portland, act, having for their purposes the separate proposition and will be
J W Morrew the Telegram.? ¡Lack Jof the nec
free of charge, of all samples and reBtrictiou of the privileges of the j made part of tbe Short Line sys
essary capital is the only thing exhibits that miy be sent to the
J ul ^^I
reclamation companies, working tem. This will wipe out the divid
H. C. Lever* which
keeps the company from Bureau for display. Negotiations
F 8 Rieder
under contract with the state.
lingline at Huntington, and the
K A Miller carryingout its plans in this direc
are in active progress to obtain
Short Line system will extend to
Tom Allen tion.
J. K. l-oggen I
like concessions from all the trans to section 3288 of the Bellinger and
As the situation now stands, the portation companies, with every
Cotton code, which gives to recla
. . .
This move was under considera
I KJ Williams company is doing a thriving busi-
probability of obtaining their co mation companies the exclusive
tion several months ago, when the
operation. The encouragement be right to the possession and use of
MABNEY Ü. • I. LA HD OFFICBt
directors voted to enlarge the scope
Wra Far re ko, but has not sufficient capital to
............. Chat Newell
ing received on this line is very the lands covered bv the contracts
the Short Line charter. The
warrant it in further extending its gratifying.
from the date of the contracts until navigation company will.it is said,
line. Tbe O. R. A N. has agreed
“In tbe great exhibition room the liens are paid off. Mr. White j
be part of tho Harriman system,
not to build into tbe territory of
equal space will be allotted to each thinks that the companies should | but will.be operated independently
the Columbia Southern as long as
county desiring it for the display not have the possession and use of| It is expected that President A. L.
that road gives all of its business
of its products and resources and the land all this time, to the exclu Mohler of the Railway & Naviga
C G. smith. Kee S«c y
to the big road
As the Columbia
the distribution of such descriptive sion of all other persons, at the tion company will become president
A. O. V. w. Bur*. Lo<l»’. No C
Southern comes out on the Colum
printed matter as it may forward same time they are holding liens of tbe Pacific system, and that
W.«i..<*rj Friday nislm A Dlllari, u. W
bia river some distance above open for the purpose, each county to
I it Hoyt. K«
which draw six per cent interest Vice President W. H. Bancroft
river navigation, it is solely depen
he proposes to have this privi ' will become president of tbe Short
T o UUK NO. 77, I. O O J.
dent upon tbe O. R A N, for an out
Jit. sc odd F.no..
“The Board of Trustees ask the lege limited to such occupancy as Line, which will be extended to the
let, and to that extent in the pow
w Y Mus.Secy.
citizens of each county, at the is necessary for the construction of coast. It is said that this plan is
er of the big Harriman combina
earliest day possible, to have pre irrigation ditches and canals.
one of the matter* which calls Mr
■ PROFESSIONAL cards .__ tion. The latter, furthermore, so pared a map of each county, show
Section 3292 of the code provides Bancroft to New York City at this
it is eaid, threatens to build in
ing township lines and drawn to that any settler desiring to pur time.—Salt Lake Herald.
ahead of the smaller road or par
W. J. COLEMAN,
*cale of miles, on which shall be chase any unsold quarter section
allel it should it attempt to get too
Stenographer and Notary Public “frisky” or independent. It is designated *11 streams, county of desert land on which there is a
New Oriental Maaic.
roads, railroads, if any, navigable lien for the cost of reclamation
B ubns , - O bbuon .
said that tbe Harriman combina
waters, if any. harbors, if any, shall pay to the holder thereof such
Office iu i.'iuaeu* Bank HuilGiug.
The Chinamen of, Winnemucca
tion as a whol. wants to see the
mountain ranges, with principal proportion of the amount of the
have had their cup of happiness
trade of Central Oregon drained
elevations, and by appropriate col i entire lien as the true value of the
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
filled to overflowing by the arrival
toward the south, so that its lines
oring and notes defining the loca tract bears to the true value of tbe
of a net of phonograph records from
will get both the long and short
i bip; h
tion of lands suitable for grain, whole tract, which 'amount is de
B obbs ................................. °“OON-
haul on every pound of freight
Äll*ejsn-, Lsnl buüiuess. ami K’*!
flax, hops, fruit and the like: also termined by the 6tate landjboard
Thu mueic consists largely of
matter promt ’lv attended to.
grazing lands, mineral lands, tim
Upon payment of the lien to the operatic selections thaty^vacillate
Once an open river is secured
ber lands, arid flections, and such holder thereof, the purchaser is
from shrieks to groans „with a "ki
for an outlet to the Columbi»
m. «t i a-v
as are available to irrigation; also entitled to a deed from the state
Jpwra.y •« is».
Southern or any other road fieno-
the locations of waler power*, ii land board. Mr. White.thinks this
glVILLIAMS A FITZGERALD
Some of the aoloa would make a
trating Central Oregon fioni the
any, cities with number of inhabi section gives the reclamation com-
n« in ole Maa«nic Building.
Humboldt coyote slink into the
North, tbe main trouble now keep tants and schools in each, and such
panie«-an"opportunity,_to|jget the brush with down.cnst eye.and Jail,
B ubns ,
O rison .
ing back building operations would
further information as may be of title to the best of the lands getting outdone in excruciating vocalism
be removed, according to the opin
8. W. MILLER,
public interest. These maps are ‘"dummies" to make ilia purchases
on his own bailawick.
ion of those who follow the trer.d
to be sent to the bureau at Port and then transfer the title to them
There are also a’ number of re
of events. Ever since it began
land, where a set of uniform maps of some person or concern controll
cords of public address wherein the
Burns, — — — Or.gou
building, the Columbia’ Southern
will be prepared for use by the ed by them.
‘Fan Quel” are reviled and the
has sought to get capital to pierce
Bureau and the originals returned.
In order to prevent this, Mr. sons of the celestial empire urged
tbe heart of Central Oregon. Its With each map should be sent a
White thinks that of making the to stand firm against foreign ag
present line from Riggs south to concise statement, in suitable
Biggs & Bigg«
a settler should be given gression. — Winnemucca
Shaniko, a distance of 60 miles, pamphlet form, containing full
a receipt, the same as the govern State
iSn _ _ - - OB.«.». win built mile by mile as funds data of cropa of all kinds, climate, ment give* to homesteader», and
Practice in all tbe courta of Ore. could be secured. The promoters mineral products number and when they have lived on the land
Want a New Coaoty.
begged assistance practically from varieties of stock, manufactures,
IO J 0
for five years and put not less than
door to door. The O RAN. re mines, mill* and tbe like.
one-fourth to one thin! under cul
w. r.>im fuse to advance any funds, the
A strong effort ia being made to
0. A RIHSCIS
"Competent persons will be iu
tivation, they shall receive a deed. . create a new county from part* of
Portland people turned deaf ears
PARRISH 1 REMBOLD.
, an rii
Proof of residence and cultivation ■ Baker and Malheuer counties, dur
id on I
to the promoters, and Eastern cap give information and distribute the
literature without expense to local will lie required.
Baras (»nd Canyon City,) Oregon.
ing the present session of the legis-
ital declined naturally, assuming ¡ties or counties.”
c«ria of Hsru.y era
efdSlF ■ ill purlfi Ii
Mr White will also propose an i lature with 1 iutilt 11 gton an county
r on letti
G»a*l os*“« *uJ lu Ih. ...rem. «*rt .1 Ik*
. ■■ aa<i
_ . also
- - . ; in
n I U.S.
• ■ I land
■ n .1 . uffic«.
>f f ii-a.
amendment to the arid land law I seat.
if it were as good a proposition as
which will permit settlers on arid
was claimed. Through obstacle*
Chan*. Il- Leonard.
land to make their paimditsin l hat seçtii n
of every kind, which would have
ATTORNEY- at - law .
installments, instead of in one sum. Huntington
p < f ngdfl Careful attention given to Collec discouraged most men, the promi • ns|| eTery Sunday at 11a nt and
ah< e «al
This he thinks will make it pos county and the inhabitance of the
tions and Real Estate matters. Iter* hung on. and finally succeeded 8 p m. Service Wednesday even-
it ear. ■<
for a larger number of bona upper and lower Willow creek
!e i fiJifl
in building it to its present termi- j,,ga at 8. Subject for Sunday,
and borne »eeker« to country in Malheur county want
B urns ,
riui. Large earnings have repaid January 4 ‘ God” January 1 1'Life”
! secure land and aiaiiit in reclaim* to secede and set up a county gov
them for th«ir trouble and labor, jsnurBy 18 -Truth' ” January 25
ing it. He would make the pur ernment of their own
'and the company has had surveys “Love."
chase price payable in 10 annual
Will they call the new county
run over the greater part of Cen-
Rev A J Irwin will preach at inatallmenls, reserving to the lien
It lias been sug
Harney the 2nd Sunday of each holders the right to foreclose st
Phxsiuatis and Sui geon«.
to make use of them through lack ,no(tth at 11« m. and 7:30 p. in
nu * «■
A petition ba* been widely cir
Sabbath school every Rabbatti Al 2 any time when the
L co ne two years delinquent in culated among the citizen* of the
The O. R. A N still refuses to P- tn
proposed new county and it is sa d
advance the necessary- funds, and
Bunday school st Harney the bis pa»mi nt«
R. D. BURROW.
when eastern capital is appealed to
r*'’h month at 10
ha* bcm almost univeriaHy sign
. «clock a in. On the second, third
0. S. LINE TO EXTEND.
. . Sunday of each month
AND st’RGEON the question is asked, W hv don l ; and . . fourth
Bp visl alte tio . giv.o to all cbrunic home people furnish the money if ■ „t 3 o'clock p m
Several day* ago three trainloads
We are agents for W L. Douglas
it is such a good proposition?'’ vice every second Sunday al 8 p tn.
Asiatic goods went east over the Mens 12 50 fid 01) *3 50 and fi4 00
Calla to any p»rt o( tbe conntry will bs There the matter reels, and will j
M |he pre,byter,tn church
anasered day or mäht.
reel, il is claimed, unless funds are 1 purnt Rev A j irwjn pastor Oregon Short line. The merchan Shoes. The Best unearth
Kooni* 1 and J. Barna Hotel.
dise filled seventy-five cars .nd
r 00 I
Schwarts A Budelmnn.
furthcoming from some source or Devine «ervices tbe third and fourth
each month at 11 a m. repre.enled the iargest shipload of
■ S Br.waloa
t- ’ H ibuard one of tbe outside transcontinental
butter, egg* and pro
Hibburd Ac Brownton,
r»ad- break into the territory. p
1 arid 7:30 p tn. Sabbath school at Oriental good* that has lieen rent duce of all kinds to W. E Huston
10 a n>. every Sabbath morning
oier this line The cargo wan un
the home people would raise half
D en TIHTH.
load'd at Portland and wa<> con at the Durkheltner building.
th- t»e«-e**ary iiemey to push tne
to i>oint» in New York.
Burna. - Weg •"
road f.ntnrr *oull;Ward, there
morning and evening Bunday Philedelphia, Baltimore, Ft. Louis
would '>e no truu de. it is ciai'ce.1, •cbool every Sunday at Him
•I a »
in getting the other half from praver meeting every Thursday ai d Chicago. In the shipment
Badai '' J
were included tea., camphor.epi -es,
#>•■••«•«••••••••••••••••• Eastern sources
silk* matting* eurion and other 'piiE inoet important imprnYe-
JOHN Mc.M IT.LEN
•ar B •»'
■ m^til of th* age in the art of
ùRlsT Nt ED OF OREGON
NOTICE OF DL"OLUTION
nd. Jr J
d.narv signiHciance is p^nfnanahip makes tl>** poor writer
ft. a 1 >• • .
a •pkndid penman in a f*w weeks
The co-psrtn*TShip heretofore is attached to trie transaction.
Th* Times-Herald is in r-ceipt
hr the ii«e of thi« ring Endorsed
of a circnlar sent »ut by tbe Or. g ,n »xisting tstU'-.n Me Caldwell and
B y prominent College President»
r ; ; - .
Iiifor.iialnm Bureau, tellina of thè A M Brrd. under Ih» fimi name valuable cargoes have been ship •nd Hoards of Education in Europe
Cloud v day. jw* 1er red for
I,« <«• g
ped over the country The fact •nd America Sample dogen a*-
making sitting*. Photo, fin a purpae of Ih. organisalxwi. etc of Caldwell A Byrd, ha* bwn diss-
that th**«* good, can be uni >aded •'<ted sites went po«t paid for 11 flO
ished in carbon and platinum
the Pacific coast and delivered •ingle «ample 25r When ordering
“Th» purpose^jf Ibis organixstion Byrd retiring Irom thè hu*in-«s
• «ingle ring state whether for man,
¡S lo ascertair» and tabulate tbe re-
Caldwell assume* «Il indeU- in New York city by rail cheaper
Instantai.eors [ roc ess use
than they can t< carried to eastern woman, or child
sources of tbe state, gal ber an ex- edness of thè firm
sxteos’vslv. First class work
PENN MFG. SUPPLY CO.
sesport. by water attache* new in-
hibil of ito pmdset* and h» pr»p.r-
L bb Cai.DWKi.L.
aid satisfaction guaranteed
a* ilk «. Rssn* ».Mi rag iHl#tns
a sd to teli all aboul Or.goa and tb- ,
A M Hva».
Than any at any store
A Trial Will Convince You.
Oregon Forwarding Co
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
MRS. A JORDAN, Proprietor, BURNS, OREGON.
Special Accommodations for Traveling Men.
This hotel is centrally located and under the management of an
The building ha* been thoroughly renovated
The dining room is in charge of polite, accesa-
and ia well furnished
The tables are furnished with the best.
F irst C lass B ar I n C onnection
JOHN D DAI.Y, Pae*
FRANK It.COFFIN, Vics Pas*
N. U. CARPENTER, Caaarnn,
A C WELCOME, A brt . < ' asiiisb .
OF BURNS, OREGON,
Accounts of Corporations, I irms and Individuals Solicited.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
F t »<aar.r nee* —John f> Daly. Frank It Cotrin. N U. f arpanler, R J.
William* J W Gaary, C. Caamina, II M llortoo, M Alexander, Wia.
Jnnea, Thomaa Haris.
at iAa a>ar*atprt'ta.
This bank I* Insured and will he reimbursed for any lose by burglary
or hold up day or night
JOHN I>. I»AI.V. I’aaaiuaaT
M. AI.KXAM»l.H.,Virs Psasinewv
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ONTARIO, OREGON.
t Ai-i'ount* of Corjoittfionw. I'irrnR nnrl Individuata
STOCK HOLDERN:—John D Daly. William Jones, Frank R
& C ffin Abner RobWnt, B F Olden M Alexander, N U. Carpen
• ter. William Miller. E H Test, Tho* Turnbull.
F H. TERT. Cashier.