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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY. OR EGON, FEBRUAR Y 28,1903
SEEK A RAILROAD white father.” Several ladies and
“It ia an admitted fact, found in WILL
gentlemen were invited to meet the
the evidence of W. H. Odell, that
he told base for l'.eu land selections
When General Miles received the
JOINT COMMITTEE TO EXAMINE INTO
? SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
SENATE DEFEATS KAY'S FLAT SAL- to private parties during the term
of Chief Joseph's tribe lie
of I. B. Geer in office amounting
was attired in an immense bear
skin overcoxt, and on that account (
75 cents to $1.75 per acre; that he
he has since been known to the
'■ OFU’ IAI. DIRECTORY
made such bales while occupying
MaJ.ritv ut Members Caasidered Provi«-
era Extension to be Fiied-Com-
tribe as Great Bearcoat.
j. H. Mitchell
teas .1 Bill W h M Prove to-
mereiai Bodies to Act.
After Chief Joseph closed his J
business with President Roosevelt
< M A. Moody
0. BAU.« m « .
The Chamber of Commerce ami
D. R. N. Bleckbnre
Alterner u.u.r.l .........
T. T. Geer
The Senate defeated Kay’s Hat the effect that, had available lim the board of Trade will considered a few days ago he said he would
S.<-r.t.r, .1 SUL.
. C S Moore
iter lands been selected by the state, the matter of getting railroad com not return to his reservation until
J H Ackermsu salary bill by a vote of 15 to 7, an
............ W H Loed« affirmative vote of 16 being neces- as
required by law such lands munication with the Upper Des he had seen the Great Beareoat
1 R S. Been.
.} C Wolverton sary to pass tLe bill. The coneid- could
now be sold for $800,000 or chutes Valley. Acting upon the chitf. He called on General Miles
1 F. A. Moore
at the Army headquarters yester
eration which seemed to be the more.”
suggestion made by The Oregonian I
• N1NKTH JUDtCtA L DISTRICT.
The report aleo states that, while a few days ago, these bodies will day afternoon, and the two veter
M. D. CLirroHtt cause for the defeat of the bill was
a part of tins office of the probably appoint a joint committee ans had a pleasant chat over old
........1 S Geer that salaries in excess of those pro- occupying
j W Morrew
vided in the constitution are inval- State
Land Agent, Odell was act to inquire into the railroad situa I times in tho lava beds. As the
csBTV— mashst :
id. The bill carried salaries of ing as attorney for the state in the tion, with special references to the : grim old warrior was leaving, Gen
eral Miles inyited him to call at
FS Rle.ler from $4000 to 15000, w hi e the con selection cf swamp lands, and dor- I cause that kept the Columbia
U a Miller
stitutional salaries are from $1500 ing a part of the time he was com Southern from building the con his residence today and see Mrs.
.,. ,r Lo.s.11 to $2500.
missioned as attorney for the state templated extention to Bend. The Miles, and he did so, The old
, . ....
J <•' B.rtletl
The bill as it came to the Senate in the adjudication of mineral base. Board of Trade will hold a special enemies are now great friends.
Stock In«; ector
......... | c T Miller
provided that the salary bill shall While in that office he prep «red a meeting this afternoon to deal with
The Care of Furniture.
rashky c- •- lahv ornes-
go into effect on January 1, 1905 book of descriptions of lands lost tho subject; the trustee.- of the
w m Fur.
chu N.w.lf It was unfavorable reported by the to the state, which book he offered Chamber of Commerce will meet
The care of furniture woods is
judiciary committee, upon the to produce, put afterward declined Tuesday. It is not tupposed that
an exceedingly interesting part of
ground that it was unconstitution to do so.
they will attempt to exercise any the intelligent housekeeper's duties
al in that it provided for salaries
coercive power The committee is The daily light dusting must sup
in excess of those authorized by
expected to make a complete ex plement the weekly rubbing if th •
? TÍ -U.*L „.o.
the constitution. Senator Pierce,
c (i. Smith. Hee Sec y.
amination of the question, gather “bloom. >• ’ in this distance not de
Dem . of Union, asserted that it
At a special meeting of tlie ex ing information from both sides sirable, is to be kept away. As a
A. O. U. * • Buru. Louse. N« <7
was not unconstitunal, and sub ecutive committee of the State Ir and all sides of the controversy,
WSOiS.v.ry Friday nUbL A Dl|)4rd> M. w
rule, the use of oily restoratives is
Association, held last and then to make a report declar
K II lloyt. R.r mitted a minority report favoring rigation
to be deprecated. Unless applied
________— --- - —— its
passage. Fulton moved to night, reports on irrigation pro ing where the equities of the matter j
ha R.SRY LODGE, NO. T7, l- O O F.
with a tireless arm and thoroughly
Md.-Odd F.iloe. H-l-vjiry «.t-rd «.’ amend by providing that the flat jects from Malheur, Harney. Bak lie, with some recommendation as
rubbed in, and thereafter the pieve
WYKnif.hecy. salaries should not go into effect er, Crook and Klatnafh counties to the proper course to pursue to
of furniture k“pt in perfect polish
were read and forwarded to the get the railroad.
by a daily rubbing, the oil is sure
Senator Pierce oppvsed this, sav Secretary of the Department of
President Lytle lias «aid that he to form a crust sooner or later,
- ---------------------------------------------- - ing that the platforms of noth the Agricultural for his consideration. would atólle by any decision a
which is gummy to tiie touch and
political parties in the last cam Tlie committee refused to recom committee of fair-minded business
W. J. COLEMAN,
not pleasing to the eye. For this
paign pledged the enactment of n mend any project as of especial men might make as to what the
Stenographer and Notary Publio
reason new furniture should be
flat salary law While he wanted promise, but openly expressed it Culmbia Southern ought to do. No
kept n8 Ion» as p>«sible without
B lrns , - O regon .
a law that would go into effect at as their opinion that all are worthy intimation has come from the O
WhofBi-« in Ctiiezna Bank R.IWI.«-
the appii ati in of such restoratives.
once, he would rather have one of serious consideration.
Those R A N. Co.-as to how it would re
Furniture which has been finished
that would go into effect in 1905 present were: E J. Eraiser, of Eu gard the action of such committee.
F geo . s . size moke ,
with shellac or varnish, whether
than in 1907.
gene; A. II. Devers. Henry Ilahn The main purpose of this action,
in glossy or dull finish, should
Fulton of Clatsop declared th at and J. M. Moore, of Portland.
...................... O regon .
however, is to inform
never be cleansed with soap or
and >ieal the bill was plainly in violation of
The reports that were read last opinion, to give the public some
—— — -----
waler. Soap is made to cut oily
ÍU.U uiauwr prvmplv attended to.
the cotistitution, for it i« directiv night suggested plans for the re thing tangible as a basis for its
substances, ai.d ir. the performance
at variance with the section of the clamation of fully half a million coni-lti-ions. This is expected to
ranean«- W illiam .
of the Service for which it is made,
constitution which provides for acres of arid lands. The members determine tlie question as to I eats the oil out of the waxed, oiled,
of the committee are enthusiastic whether Portland capital should i
WILLIAMS & HTZuEÍ.ALD
or shellacked surfaco it touches,
“Would it tie any less unconsti over the intesest that in shown, engage in opening the Upper Des
Olilo* tu oln Monnlc Luiiding.
tutional in 1807 oil905?” demand but after a brief discussion decided chutes with a railroad, and if that and destroys it.
B ubns ,
O regon .
Where white spots appear on
Smith of Uma’illa.
that it was not within their pro (should be deemed advisable, how
surfaces from lite drop
“Not a bit.” said the Senator vince to recommend the special ' it slioui-l proceed.
8. W. MILLER,
or from heat, the
from Clatsop. "I do not approve consideration of any separate pro
The misunderstanding between
immediate application of raw lin
of tho bill at all, but if it is to pass ject.
ths Columbia Southern and the
seed oil will generally restore tho
I Burns, - - - Oregon.
I want it to take effect only after
“All of these reports should lie Harriman ii.terests now lilo ks the
the expirations of the terms of the copied nt ot.ee,” said Mr. Devers, I way. The clearing upof that mis color, the oil should be left on the
J.w bigg »,
present incumbents of state offices.” "a-.d forwaided to the Secretary understanding is expected to open affected spot for several hours or
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
uviA' night, Alcohol will perform
Biggs & Bigg»
Senator Mulkey took a similar of Agriculture ”
the way to railroad extension up
view and said that when am
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
“The secretary should pr. p.re a tin- Deschutes without the inter
rosewood or highly finished ma
. b . ns , --------- ------------ o'“00*' change is made in the compensa letter ” said Henry Hahn, ‘'which vention of outside capita). And
in each instance, when
Bractice in all
courts of Ore'
will explain the reports and say 1 the season is fo far advanced that hogany.
the color has returned, the spul
that we approve of their contents ” there is need to hurry if the rail
Celectious promptly made.
MRS. A. JORDAN, Proprietor, BURNS, OREGON.
should be repolished with a a piece
Senator Smith, of Multnomah,
"Shall we make any special re road is to be built this year—Ore
of cheese cloth moistened with
C.W.PA...« held that the republican party had
commendations?” said Mr. Moore. gonian.
Kj PARRISH 1 REMBOLD,
turpentine.— Harpers Bazaar.
bound itself to pass a flat salary
"I do not think that is our place.”
law and he wanted this one passed answered Mr. Fraiser. "It would ‘
To Rtfutalc Sale of School Land«.
Burns («nd Canyon City.) Oregon.
hardly do for us to recommend any i
Mill Dtact < • it» th« evurto of Haru«y
<ra»t oa- if. aud in ibe naprcma cvmh •» the j
Senator Rand said that he and We can submit the reports to the | Only one bill passed the Legis
aa<i a.oo in U. S- land ufiiva.
»Service» nt Christian .Science
all other Senators had taken an government and allow til’- govern lature goveriting the sale of state
Hall every Sunday at Ila in and
ioatli to support the constitution of ment offiicinl« to investigate the I school lands. Thitk was Steiwar’s
| Uha*. H. l>eonard.
8 I» in. Service Wednesday even
A ttorney - at - i . aw ,
(the state, and that the constitution merits of each We Can eav that Senate bill 154, which doubles lite
This hotel is centrally located and under the management of a.
Careful attention given to Collec fixes the corn|>ensat’on of stale the facts sei forth in each report price of land, and practically puts ings '4 8. Subject for »Sunday, experienced landlord,
Th» building has been thoroughly renovated
March 1, “AIau ”
tions and Real E.lato matters.
The dining room is in charge of polite, accem-
officers. To vote for a bill which are substantially correct.”
and is well furnished,
an end to lieu land selections by
Rev A .1 Irwin will preach at modating waiters.
gave a higher compensation h» It was finally decided to have each private enterprise The act also
The laities are furnished with the best.
O regon .
B irns ,
would consider a violation of his report copied and to send the re prohibits the sale of any lieu land Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
Office in Times-Herald building oath of office. “The republican port to Washington ju-l as it had until the state's title thereto has month at 11 a. in. anrl 7:3U p. m.
Sabbath school every rabhath nt 2
Lands p. m.
—--------------------------------- partv never pledged itself to pass l>een s,nt to the committee. Blue been finally approved.
.......ABV an unconstitutional measure for
prints of the variou- maps submit hereafter surveyed are to be sold
Sunday sciiool nt Hurney the
K MARSDhN 1 GEARY,
flat fali.rH<a.” declared S»na'«r ted will also I”- made and forward- . to the highest bidder, the minimum first Sunday of r»< Il monih nt 10
N. I < Altl’ENTi lt, < «.tura,
JOHN It DALY, Pam
t fin si. luiia and i»ui geons.
piice lieitig not less than $2 5<l o'clock a m. On the Ht coml, third
cd with the refxitt«.—Oregonian
A.U. WEl.tO.Mli, A hbt . < '«anisa.
FRANK fl.COFFIN, Vir« Pints
Senator Miller, of Linn, advo-
an acre. .This act will probably
nt 3 o'clock p m I’reivbing ser
cated the passage of a flit salarx
create a lempuraiy activity tn th» vice «Very eeci-nd Sunday til 8 pm.
OJU- ti retidrnet.
J«k« Crasa* Slayer Insane.
'law and m M b® wt.ul«l . ob- *0* '»<»
purchase of school land», lor it will
A' th» Presbyterian church
R. D. BURROW *
lany bill that did not go into effect
OF BURNS, ORECON
William Dykeinsn, lutter known not go mto eff> ct for '.«) days, and Burna, R»-v. A J. Irwin pastor
here and thro igh th«- northern
PHYSICIAN AND b
Account« of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
livin’- services the 1 bird and fouith
The amendment carried provid country as "Scissor Bill,” wa«, which to purchase al the old price Sundays of each month at 11 a. tn.
8p.it«! atte-tiou gtviu to Ml chromic
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
ing that th“ la« should go into brought into Burns, Or , from one After this act goes into effect, and 7:30 p in. Fabhnlh school st
Call* to any part of the country will be
ST-ii.noi.nBH« -Jnlin D Daly, Frank IL Coffin. N V. ('»’I enter, It J
effect in 1907, and then the bill of the Pacific Livestock Company’s school sections already surveyed 10 a. m. every Sabbath morning
nnawered <i»y or ui*M.
Wllli.ni«. .I W Ge.ri. C. Cummin«. If M llurluu, M Alexander, Wi.
w is put upon its final passage and i ranch» several days ago for e«an»- will be Id St $245D an acre and
Preaching services at the Baptist
Roos*« 1 attd i. Barn» Hotel
The board pronounced him insane the sale of land will lie less rapid morning and evening Sunday
JZwZe <rwV Ctuxtf ItJarr^nll ianyAt at ZA. markatpr.ta.
K. «. nrowntoo
t- R Hibbard
school every Sunday at II a m
la Insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
^-Hibbard .Ac Brownton,
prayer meeting every Thursday
the school ft»od is now greater than evening
or bold up day or night
D entist ».
The report of the joint commit
Dykeman is the man who killed the Stat» Land Board has been
•frir. s -•-. i - I wot ThsctiiBSBS Baek
tee appointed U» investigate the John Croes, a vaqnero well-known able to loan, there will be no loss
affairs of the Slate Land Agent's h»re, in Star valley, .Malheur coun on account of the decrease in sales,
( I I<< >'—»M X Ni N H
office criticises the tMiisgement of ty, Idah '. about three years ago fn a few veers the actual value of
PA I ENT D Kl EIN« RIM«
Not ' Tlie killing «is the r -••ill of a feud the land will have ineoaeeti
M Al.HXAM'Elt.-V u «-I' bssidssb r
a aee» a aa••••••••••••••• the liu.tnero <-f the • ffiee.
V JOHN l> DALY. I'assiossT
HE most imt>ortai>l improve N
much that •• rew Of Atre» era. r -t »f etV’-y»! '■ 1 i r?* Flm 1 I'g *•*»'trr.-n 1 Dial it wtif sei! at <h» new price
.1« >11 N. NJ M I LI.EN a
ment of th» age in the art <«f u
a already known was d»v> oped by 'the men.
Dvkeman was a«<juitted •
penmanehip make« th» poor writer
The report ¡when trie«!, lut the affair iv ■« ■! to |
a the lnreetigali-sn
Oid Enemie»—New Fricad s
i spl'-ndid penman in a few wiek«
a s’ate. that
Ata - L n t Agent th»V’ affei te,i hl. mind «mi cau..d
OF ONTARIO. OREGON 3
Oregon New« Bureau. Washing
v R ms
<> rg n a L. B Ge-r did mH cotnplv With li.e him to go i«iswne—Winnemucca
by prominent College Presidents V
ton, Feb. 21 —L “Utenai.t <i“neral and Board* of E iti- a’ion in Europe
b Ai.-oouiita <>f Corporation*. I’irnm tm<l In<livi«litn
Ctoudv dava preferred for • a law in selecting lieu lands, and Standaid
and Mr* Mlle, gave a lunch«- • > at and America. Sample 'dozen as
a j'l.tifie. hi. failure in that respect
2 making sitting. Photne fin-
tb»ir fwciJcnce this aflernoo i in sorted size« sent post paid for $1 IX) Ç
—John 1» Daly. William Jones Frank
We are agents hr W I.. I) up»»
Wi.hed in carbon and platinum
appropriation for the work, and Men. »2 Ab $3.tXi M 50 and »4 00 honor of Chief Jo* ph. of the Net single sample 25c. When ordering
Coffin, Abner Robbins, B. F Olden, M Alexander, N I', tarjwri-
Perçut The old Indian warr .r a si ogle ring, state whether for tnsn.
ter, William Miller E It Teat. Thon. Turnbull.
that be had never been required Shoes
Th» B»*< on earth.
Instantai.eors procree use
wan accompanied t»y two chieftan« woman, or child.
by the Governor to Comply with
Schwarts A Budelman.
K If. TEST, (oilier.
Pl.NN MKi. St PPI V CO.
• ait.n«iaslT. First clan» work
of liia tribe. wl»<> came to Washing
the law. Among other things the
J and^Mtiafaeticni guarsr le-o.
k>. II* k. Fssnk Mrrot. PnilADFLFHI*
U <J»V OOV <MV UtV’Utt V WJ-XJfCs
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