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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, APRIL u, 190,
Surely Not Intentional.
Bv unanimous consent the prin TOO
MANY ROAD LAWS
cipal of the school, H. L Muck.was
As a grim reminder of the in In the Circ.'it Court of lhe State of
made manager of the team. Frank
gj GOVERNMENT HAS JUST BEGUN ON C. Hacheney was elected trainer, WfLL SUPERVISORS BE OUT OF OF- gratitude of politics and the bitter . Oregon, for the County of lltr-
ness of factional war»'<tre, several
FICE AFTER MAY 20?
with power to appoint assistants.
\V. Biggs and Dal
J. B. French was maJ6 treasurer
republican pr.pers of the state have
Get Our Prices on
of the association, and Oliver John-
-bn the account of the death of II.
Governmcnt Engineer Says Matter is Purely sun, Willi«- Foren ami Frank Luce Attorse) tienen! Will Decile Wither Re- \V. Corbett, beside the glowing ac Co-partnership of Biggs
peal of Sectio» dicati Amendment
Tentative--Maay Settlers Will be
count of the MeGovern-Corbett and Biggs. Plaintiffs,
Ttêresl Passed Same Session.
Out Much Money.
The association also elected a fi
prize‘fight, giving four times the
nance committee consistiii“ of Bar
.space to the fight as to the obitu
“Will there be any Road Super
“I was informed by John T ret Taylor, J-tries Kennedy and
To C. \V. Rann, the the i above
■Vbistler, the government civil en- llo-r.ee Johnson. This committee visors or road masters in Oregon |
■ineer who is looking over (lie ir is now working to raise funds fur from May 20, 1903, to January,
In the name of the State of Oie-
There will be no referendum
rigation possibilities (i eastern securing a brass band for the three 1904?” is a question that is agitat
gon: You are hereby required to
We can Save Yon Honey on
vote on the fair appropriation bill.
Oregon, that it would be three or ■ days < f the picnic, and if the town ing several official minds, and may
appear-and answer the above cotli-
fc'ji Tears before any water can be people will lend assistance as they cause some concern in. every one of
I plaint filed against you in lhe above
the valley counties to “get even” entitle«! action within six Weeks
placed on any of lhe land that is should it is needless to say the same lhe several hundred roail districts
in the state. There is room for on Portland has been swept away from ll:e date of the first publica
to be reclaimed by the government will be secured
argument on both sides of the by a few weeks of sober reflec tion of this summons; and if you j
in eastern Oregon. Mr. Whistler
Before adjourning the associa
The last legislature tion.—East Oregonian.
further said to me repeatedly, and tion passed a resolution that no
fail to so answer or appear, for
apparently was willing to be one but its members should use its passed acts amending the law
want thereof plaintitls will take
quoted to that extent, that at the athletic property.—Canyon News. which provides for the election «f
judgment against you for lhe sum
Road Supervisor and
present time the whole enterprise,
’ of $4« 1.76 and ^interest thereon at i
County Roadmasters, and also
Only or.e photographer, it is an- the rate of ten'per cent per annum
ia purely tentative and the govern
NEW TELEPHONE LINE.
passed a general road law which nounced, will accompany the Pres- from the 21st day of February, I
Our Price en
ment has not ac cepted one single
the acts amended. All ident on his western trip; but lie 1903, together with attorneys fees
acre as a final irrigation reserva-
J. T. Klink, the repairman for
three of the new acts are to go into ! may be equipped with a rapid-fire and costs and disbursements of
the Pacific States telephone com
this action, being the amount of Hie
SK Elmer P. DodO, editor of the pany, has just completed a tele effect at the same time. The act machine.
Can’t be B?at.
Pendleton Tribune, s u'd the fore phone line from this city to the which contains the repealing clause
The Chinese Government lias judgment, demanded in plaintitls
going to the Portland Journal. Mr. placer mine of Farquhar Finlayson also provides for the election of appropriated $275.000 for an ex ! complaint herein.
Do<! 1 is secretary to til.. Columbia at Marysville and the placer mine County Roadmasters and District j hibit at the St. Lotus exposition;
This summons is published by
Valley Irri ation Association and on Quartz gulch owned by Messrs Supervisors, but does not provide), St. Louis has concluded that tile l,'*,er ef Hon- H C Levens, judge
assistant secretary to the State ir C L Roddick and J. T. Kiink. forelections prior to January, 1904 flowery kingdom isn’t so slow after of the County Court of Hurney
It would therefore appear that if|
I County. Oregon, dated tiie 27thdav
This will be quite a convenience to
He bus just gone over tin ground the owners of these properties,since the amendatory acts take effect nt
of February, 1903, which ord. r re-,
A member of ths Pennsylvania quires this sumnio.is to lie publish- ■
with Engineer Whistler, and is ac they can obtain supplies when all, they will remain tn effect after
quainted with lhe conditions nflvct.- needed. Tins convenience will en January, 1904, anil will govern the legislature lias introduced a bill to ed in The Tinies Herald, a weekly >
ing t he temporary setting aside of able them to push work «luring the selection of the ollicers named. If provide gold medals for mothers newspaper published at Burns, Ore
the land near Echo, '11 Umatilla water season and not have to lose they do not take effect May 21, of large families Sewing machines i gon, once a week, for a period ol
county, 20 miles north-vest from any time making trips to this city then there will bo no Road Super- would doubtless prove more accep ■ six weeks. The date < f the first
i publication hereof is February 28,
visors or County Road niHhters tilde.
when tiie telephone will answer the
from that time until lhe County
It will soon be time for the ngita- 1 1903.
“f. urtheriuore,” said Mr. Dodd, same purpose.—Canyon Eagle.
0. A. S wkek
Courts meetnext January.
tors to abandon the movement for j
* Engine« r Whistler has only begun
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
government control of coal mines, i
iiisl investigations und «ill remain
and take up the proposition fori
ill, Eastern Oregon for a month or
Diseased Cattle in Kansas.
»ixtwi eks more, going from point I Ontario Argus:
government ownership of ice-fac-)
Governor Bailey, of Kansas, has tories.
to pom and reporting to the gov
Services at Christian Science
Mrs. V B. Staples has returned
ernment at Washington Ins propo- from a delightful visit to Boise— ordered the State Livestock Sanita
Tho<=e Biiff.ilo lawyers seem to Hail every Sunday nt 11 a ui and
ry Commission to investigate the have been more intsiested in prov- ; bpm. Service Wednesday even-!
sitiun to make 1111 ¡¡ligation resei- and of course Virg is happy.
sickness among cattle at Cohcordia. ing that Mrs. Burdick loved Pen ings at 8. Subject for Sunday J
vation near Echo is ti ntative, and
S. S. Williams, the O-B stage allege«! to he foot and mouth dis
no o'.' knows what decision will be
April 12, “Doctrine of Atone-
is in the city. While in Boise ease. The chairman of the com nel) than tlp’V were in discovering
reaeln d by the department The
mission is confident that lhe symp
whole thing might finally be aban
A. Mr. Growler of Coffey villr, I Rev A. J. Irwin will preach at
doned. In jm-tieo to persons in cmich, t-> be used betwe n Ontario toms are due only to cattle stnnd-
is being sued for breach Harney the 2ml Sunday of each
ng tn muddy yards. The inves
othpr h:caliti«s who have been mis
Give him time; Mr. month at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
led by land sharks, it is proper to
M FitzGerald, a prominent citi- tigation will be thorough. Unless
Sabbath school every sabbath ¡it 2
not lie rushed.
make it plain that several years z.:i and land attorney of Burns, it is shown conclusively that the
Mrs Maybrick, the alleged poi' - p. m.
must « lapse before a drop of water accompanied by his wife, is in the foot-and-mouth disease does net
canjb- turned on any tract the gov- city. Mr. and Mrs. FitzGerald exist among cattle in Northern on. r of her husband in England, j Sunday school at Hurney the
are the guests of Mr and Mrs J. D. Kansas, the state of Nebraska will after more than ten j-ears of im-l first Sunday of each month rrt 10
ernSbi t may decide to reclaim.’’
quarantine against that state. M. prisonment is to be released n> xt o’clock a in. On the second, tiiird
Mr, Dodd was disposed to speak Billmgsl v
Campbell, chairman of the state year; which leads the Rochester and fourth Sunday of each month j
plainly in censure of the methods
Da'-. Carey, under the supervi
that have been eiuploi d to bung sion of M Ni. Fegtly. is becoming livestock sanitary committee, in Post-Expre«« to remark that "many I nt 3 o’clock p ni. 1’renching ser
UNDER NEW MAN. «GI - i„‘. 1
settlers on to claim.« in the Echo quite proficient as a harness lu-tk sists positively that there is not ami a gray haired old grandfather will vice every seccnil Sunday at 8 p m.1
At tho I’resliyterian church
country The s tu.itiun wat
er. Dave says he can now make a never has been any foot-and-mouth read the news with misty eyes, and
ciently depietai.de to warrant the ■vax • nd, and hope, ere lung to be disease in Kansas. “The trouble shake his head as be rein’tubers Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor .
local irrigation a.-- icaiiion there in able t 1 in ike the thread snap like al Concordia,” he said, ‘ is probably how Patti used to make lier fare Devine services the third and fourth
MRS. A JORDAN, Proprietor. BFRNS, OREGON.
¡Sundays of each month nt 11 a. m.
taking up the u.ui'i r .111 I, il'possi an old "vet" at the business when causeii bv the cattle having frozen well tours."
feed, or the result of their feet be
and 7:30 p tn. Fabbath school al
ide, put a stop to furtli r inter-p- he draws a stich.
Good for Children.
coming diseased from standing in
10 a. in. every Sabbath morning.
reeenta 1 ions.
J. M Vaughn, formerly deputy mail and waler.”
"Iliwas unfortunate, added Mr.
Tin- pleasant to take and harmless
Preaching services nt the Baptist
sheriff of Harney- county, is in the
Dodd, “that so immy persons were
One Minute C.'tiuh Cure gives im church every 1st ami 2nd Sundays,
city, the guest of his old time
VES. MUCH OVERDRAWN.
induced to locate doAn on arid
mediate relief in all cases of Cough. morning and evening Sunday 1
friend, Geo. A. Wright.
landajlhat are absolutely worth!, .-s
Croup and I.nGrippe because it school every Sunday at 11 a. m. I
Reports have reached Tacoma does not pass immediately into the prayer meeting every Thursday ,
and that must i>e so fir at least
three 01 four years until the gov THE USUAL -AFTER" PROCEEDINGS. that 20 per cent of Eastern Oregon i stomach, but takes < fleet right at evening.
Thin hotel in ceiitnillv located and under the management of an
cattle will perish before grass grows Ih<- seal of the trouble. I, draws
ernment can perform th - prelimi
'File building bus l.c-en tlioroughly renovated
sufficient to support them. The out the inflamaiinn, heals and
nary »oik, ev. if ¡1 it be decided to
The dining reami is in (barge of polite, accolli*
mid ih well furnished,
reclaim that land.
■moth» and cure» permanently by
Tbe falde, are furnisbed with thè la-st.
inodating wait« rs.
“1 am inf .rrnej that Italy per
stockmen of the Eastern Oregon 1 ■-nnl.r-og the lung« to contribute KODOL dlgeiia what you sat.
comities unanimously declare. pure life giving and life-sustaining
sons hav- filed al File Dalles and
KODOL cleanses, purifies, strenr’hena
La Gram le land otlices. Probably Minvill* college, prix»* orator wt the Conservative «stiinat.s place the j. xvgen l.i the Idood and tissues.— — ---------- and sweetens the stomach.
the expense of locating, plus lhe recent alate contest held in Eugene, loss at five per cent with grass now Burns D’ii;gi«t«.
all stomach and bowel troubles.
$25 or $50 fee to the locator, han had hi* honor* bedimmed and grow ng satisfactorily and stock in
fair spring condition. It is an old
amounted to $100 « 1 b, or $10,<Mt0
Job printing—Tlie Time* Herald KODOL a"c-|4ira’«s
action of the f»aa-
JiillN l> DAI.Y. I’m.«
N I < A 1:1'1 NII It. < '-.mm,
charges of plagi<iriam. Though a saying that one must go awav from
---------------- trie glands and g; /cs ton« to th«
I BANK It.COFFIN, Vm. pne«
A ( WEl.ioMI ,
'expniw > icurrid by ail.”
man of middle age. and for several home to get the news —East Orego
KODOL relieves an overworked stomach
yearn a preacher of the gospel, lie nian
< i H< >sx\l \ X N'H
Tonn; Lad« Wants Olfice.
— -------- - of a 1 nervous strain gives to
is charg d with stooping to purloin
PATEN I’ H Ill i ING RING
the heart a full, free and untramrneled
nourishes the nervous system and
OF BURNS, OK ECO?"
Must Stop Marrying Protestant'.
Mie- I - ib
Pope, of Handy, the intellectual property of another,
'T'HK most important improve- feeds the brain.
Corporations, I irtn and Ittdi'. Imtl Solicited. I
d^reigonre' ■ ntlv made application
1 tm-nt <>f th* age in the art of KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that is
The Record-Heraid's New York penmanship makes the poor writer ...
making SO ma ny Bick people well
to '(.overeo-r Chamla-rlam for the A remarkable circuriintance in th«*
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
and weak peop'e strong by giving to their
appoint!* nt n« etale game warden case is the fact that Smith was one correspondent says: Owing to the 1 spb-ndid penman in a few weeks bodies all of the nour.shment that is con*
-.Jf.hri |> lUly. I’rmth I’.
¡Im \ I .< 'ifhlti.l: .1
to-eu<Mte«<l I. T \V <> i-u.by. Thia of the foremost in prosecuting aim • teception of orders from the propa by the use of this ring Endorsed tained in the food they cat.
William* .1 W IJenry,
Cumni'n*. Il M llutoi , \|
Bottles or.ly. SI 00 Size
: •« 2'* tirras t • trial
is the first appin mi in fr in a lady
Join - ììtotliRM IM vii».
and Boards of Education in Europ.
•lit. which m I. b fur SOc.
Mhe Governor li>:s yet received for
and America Sa.nple doz-n as rrwarM Mtj by t C. BaViTT < CO.. CUICAMl
• 7/«/. nnti County Vifarranti beotyAt it fh' ».
an oflioe of kbla ki d. She give« go. The report of the executive uf Reginald C. Vanderbilt and Mi«s sorted sizes sent post psid for $1 00
Positive in- single sample 25c When ordering
t h:a tank h injured and will he reimbursed for any I
b^ Lu. Hiry
*0111« pr- ty g . d refer ncee and committee of the Intercollegiate Cathleen Neilson.
or hold up day or iii^ht
bases l»**r appiicat: ■:> ipin th* fact Ora'.orical Association upon amitl. «.«truccions have been received by a single ring, stat« whether for man,
the Roman Catholic hierarchy of woman, or clidd.
that thr* c.liner st ale. in tile i'liton case was as follows:
"In consideration of the fact that the United State, forbidding them
PENN MFO. SUPPLY GO.
have fra. i- ii . iu . i - v.ardvn». and
Ms. Ill S. F.srtk Street. PMILSDLLPHK.
sees no tv> -n »-»: > <> -g n «liould Erastua A Smith, of McMinnville to ofliciate at soy more weddings
College, winner of the intercolle in which one of the contracting
r.r. r»«r ODO "»«o ODO ♦ ■■»•o
giate oratorical contest, constituted parties is a non-Catholic.
tion from the lecture of Senator
Those- having ranches al'-ng the
'Lgsl Tb rsd.sv eveuing the boys Vance, entitled "The Scattered trail which outside sheep follow
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of the Joko i'ay sch»«3Ì im-l in the Nation.’ we. the executive emmit- in coming into Grant county, and
principal's rot^n ai.d « gmiiz-d an tee of the Lnteicollegiate Oratorical
OF ONTARIO OREGON
who have been permitting outside
LILIPUT STERIOSCO’E CO,
athletic as- .-ixli m,r-• l»e purpose Association of Oregon, do hereby
Cloudy days pr«-ferred for
aheep to croM their deeded lands
\<-<-<>uni- of < '< >ij » nut i<-ii - I 'it in illl
of participi ing in th - Niehl sport« censure such action as gro«» and
making sitting«. Photo« fln-
in order to get into our mountain,,
■t the 14« -•
Ì rally t b* ilei J cui patite carelessness, and state aa
ished in carbon and platinum
will not grant them this prii ilege
HTOt K HOLDERS-J.dm J> Daly. W
in John I1 ir ne«-. M r
,cur opinion that he is not entitled
The tea 1« a strung or g>ai za- to the honors awarded him. and,
In.tsntai.eoi-» process use
ter. William Miller, E 11 Te st, Tboa Turn
•hi.uld l‘M.k aft‘*r V’-or IA »d. G
lion of tw Mr memlv-r» ai.d has furthermore, bar McMinnville Col the border ranchers will forbid
extensively. First-class work
lectdad te n. ke at lea,«. me entry lege from partleipetmo in the neat outs.de sheep crossing their land,
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and sal I. fact ion guaranteed
get’Raraaparilla, the greatest bl«»-1
.1 each gì nt
this season.- Long Creek Light. «••••••••••••••••••••••••• purifier.
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WILL TAKE SEVERAL YEARS
A large stock of Biack Leaf
Sheep Dip Always on Hand.
We positively guarantee that
we can and will suppiy gro-
ceries cheaper than any one
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