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    VOL. XVI.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, < \ 101'1 ,{. io, 190.
ITS METHODS load this newspaper ranch with a HIS í 010 SI 10 SERVE POLICY the people recognize the great bene ATTORNEY GENERAL OE OREGON
spell that would make an oldtime
tits of the reserve policy, but where,
JOHN l> HAI.Y
• \K ! i .\ ITR, ( AHIUEK,
farmer dream of gold bricks made
on the other hand, they are strong­ Fa<es The Serious Charge of Perjury
KRANK R
I
U
IJ ( ’< HI K, A sst , (’ ash
pure stuff—the Grover HEAD OE BUREAU MAKES A CLEAN ly opposed to certain features ( t
Disbarment Proceedings.
SECRETARY HITCHCOCK COMES IN of the
Cleveland
kind.
the administration of them
That
FOR A ROAST.
LIT STATEMENT.
A M. Crawford, Attorney Gener­
Mr Moody’s alfalfa land is so
there are faults we can none of us
rich that the absorption through
deny, but they should not be al al of the state of Oregon, will be
a , O ÌECOW
the hoofs of his horses, if not shod Where Sheep tiaie Run in Reserves They lowed to obscure the great value of (. t »rtn.tlly charged with the crime of
Accounts <
¡(ms and Itidixidnais Solicit»
-Lone Pine" Agrees With Mr. FitiGerald Io
pi tjurv before the State Bar Asso-
Are Not to be Excluded But the
will keep them fat.
th? policy itself.
Regard to Load Department--Tbe
Number Restricted.
lie has four acres of alfalfa
Chewaucan Swamp Fire.
Yon will, I hope, excuse this ciation.
r YOUR BUSINESS.
I
\\ iliiatn R. Willis, one of the
fenced off for a hog pasture. He
i long letter on the ground of my
N.I
Cori m U ». Iti
H011. Edgar Wilson, who enjoys keen interest in the Idaho situatioi'
"
1 M 'I
(
I. Ili'ii.-- IlT
'st Pr;u’liol>er» “f
»’«te l>re-
Silver I.ake, Sept. 25.—(Tu the cut that once and got six tons to
a close acquaintance with Gifford
Jones,
Tlioiuiis
l».ivis.
I
U n the charge against Crawford
Editor)—A copy of your good paper the acre, and then turned 57 hogs
Very sincerely jours,
i’inchot. forester of the bureau of*
The
Association
will
lie
naked
to
on
the
stubble.
In
the
meantime
han juet been received on the first
W County
, t-ouyftt at tAe tnarkotftrtco.
i
GIFFORD PINt’IlOT.
agriculture, has received the follow­
page of which is M. FitzGerald’s the hogs hid in the field and Mr
Forester disbar Crawford from memberahip,
11"' '
1'iss h> hurgla
ing interesting letter from him1
"hi> h amounts to being kept from
f interview in a Portland paper re­ Moody had to cut the alfalfa to
or hold up day or night.
¡showing wbat the attitude of the
|.t act icing uh a lawyer.
garding the Secretary of the Inter­ find ’em. By this time the bunch
Will Commence Building
department
is
respecting
use
of
the
1 li ground for the action is in a
of hogs had increased to 78, eating
ior and the Land Department.
1 résoutces of forest 1 eserve, says the
" >i< ir Crawford was defendant
Forty thousand citizens and tax­ nothing but alfalfa and growing
At a recent school meeting li.-hi
1 Statesman
10I he
alleged to have perjured
in this district, the directors w<n
payers will indorse every word he like 15 per cent interest compound­
II011. Edger Wilson, Boise. Idaho,
ell while testifying in hia own
instructed to erect proposed 1,. w
says in reference to the way and ed monthly—but he had to cut the
Dear Mr Wileoti: Mr. E. T. Allen
school building after the plans and behalf.
manner in which the Laud Depart­ alfalfa again.
has just been telling me of the situ­
l ie r ■ is a nia«s of documentary
Mr. Moody’s exi>erience goes tu
ment has been conducted and the
specifications furnished the district
ation of tin forest reserve matter in
regardless of previous restrictions e\ ill. nee in the case.
condition it places Eastern Oregon. show that Malheur county still
Idaho, and consequently I am an­ | as to the cost of the building. Tile
Every move the President and holds the championship of being
xious that voit should know exactly ■
bid of Joe Dixon has been aeeeph I.
Hitchcock have made have been the greatest alfalfa section on God’s
A Perfeet Painless Pill.
1 what stand the bureau of forestry
- and as soon as a contract is ent» i« <l
against the interests of Eastern Or­ green earth—and everybody knows
>N . A AIO Olì EGO
takes in these matters and how it ;
egon.
" | into with the district, the work on - ih .... that will dense the sys-
that Al only speaks the truth.—
will affect the interests of Y«ur I ¡j " "¿¿-jjf"
”
■’ i
I II tl -¡111(1 individual
tet:.. t the liver to action, remove
The old pioneer settlers have Argus.
j will commence.—
>| ¡i-i ted.
o*I
:...............
;__ * » this
u• I
state I ai l writing
yon about
'I'
1"'
clear
the
complexion,
cure
Blue
Mt.
Eagle.
labored long and hard, passed thro’
matter the more readily because of
11 *( Iv 1 i '!
.1
, \\ illiam Jones, Frank 1
u lie and leave a good taste in
VESTIBULED STOCK CAR.
two Indian wars and now when
’
\ ml. ! N H (’arpei
the ple.i-ant associations 1 used to
ii. ith
l he famous little pills
What
She
Called
It.
light was about to dawn upon us,
ti’i, \\ 1Ì11 it ' » i \ I » I 1 I I i I ■ ■ i. Iti'- l u r ii Ì >111 !.
have
with
you
in
Washington
and
■i i mg such work pleasantly and
The invention of a vestibuled
when we could have communica­
my knowl. dg of your interests in
'll 'ii.illv are DeWitt’s Little
I : Il. i' ES I’. Casliit-r,
Margaret
is
still
a
fc.v
month-
stock
car,
reported
last
week,
bids
tion with the outside world and
J all tli' -e things.
iv risers. Bob Moore of Lafa-
under three years of age, but she i- I
*•¿4.
CSWV USV VAWO
means of transportation for our fair to revolutionize the methods of
'1 lie first thing to be said is that old enough to be observant and to vette, Ind , says: “All other pills
stock and products and the early loading and unloading now in vogue
the bur. in ol forestry stands abso­ ¡»lit two and two togellie.
For a I have used gripe and sicken, while
development of our country assured, and, if the innovation proves to be
lutely
f.»r
th
us"
»
f
all
the
resour
|
good part of her short life her f i'her D lifts Little Early Risers are
we are completely inclosed in a re­ the success anticipated the time
ces of the re-erves. I hold that has been away from home, and she -implv perfect." Sold by Burns
consumed
in
getting
the
animals
serve. There are hundreds of good
hist e nstderation should be given has more familiarity, therefor' druggists.
ranches on the desert where water in and out will be reduced to a min­
H( »WAHL)
B. i WHITE, V ice P hibident
to
tin dominant industry of anv with letters and letter writing. 1 1
By the construction of
can be found at a depth of from 5 imum.
W. R. SEBREE, C ahhier
region, an.I then to tin- minor in­ bably, than most little girls. .s|l(
/|>
sliding
doors
at
each
end,
it
is
pro
­
STRADDLE
to 50 feet—all this land is with­
dustries, giving each, whether dom­ has never been permitted ton»'
drawn from settlement. We have posed to convert an entire train in­
inant or minor the fullest possible ink. but had often watched th
ustom for women riders to /|\
no more rights than the Piute who to practically one car. It will be
use
of
the
r
sources
of
each
reserve
'
stride
the horse in the ordinary <|\
older one’s writing with it an 1
is encircled by reservation bounda­ seen that by this arrangement it
I compatible with it* permanent val-1 using the blotter. 'Elie other d.'\ >»■ n -addle has become so well
will
be
necessary
to
place
the
chute
ries.
tie. I li» application of this princi-l she was writing as usual with;» e-Liblisbed it bids fair to entirely
The people of Oregon have great­ at only one point and that the
pie
in Idaho neces irily means that j pencil, or making the marks on tin
up ieede th., time honored aide /|\
er cause to conipain of the treat­ consumption of time incident to
fi
where sheet» have run in the re­ paper which she lulls
“ i.bile habit.
moving
the
racks
or
the
train
will
writiiif
ment of this great “Star Spangle­
' ( m - i >
< J inking iln-. • v- •• »isacted
serve
they
-hi
uld
not
be
excluded,
I> is a welcome change.
when she saw a blotter lying on the
banner’’ Republic than the colonies be entirely done away with The
but
that
sli
p
grazing
should
be
1
ie
divided
skirts
worn
by
those
desk out of her reach. Of course
ES« JUDEN«
when they tossed the tea overboard sponsors for the new invention an
Col. J. L. Penington, livestock restricted to such a reasonable she wanted it, but she did not know "h11 ride in the new fashion look
in Boston harher.
number a will prevent the destruc- 1 tbe name of it. She thought about tin Highly feminine and thus pre
Something like a year ago many agent of the Frisco railway, C. M
tion
of thu rang" and the ruin of! it a little while, and then sai l ' 'nt - ig ■ .»t ion of eccentricity or
of the citizens of Silver Lake, Sum­ Preston, general freight agent ( f
th"
iiiigat'
ni interests in the val­ “Daddy, give me that please.”
ut' indislineHH that ho often handi-
mer Lake and the Chewaucan Val­ Frisco and C. W. Porter, a promi­
leys below. It would likewise
'I 1 le w method. 'Elie custom
“
Give
you
what?"
asked
nent
cattleman,
who
have
already
lnr
ley filed on timber land As the
vera found nooeMary father.
adds
.1 new ebarm to one of the
applied
for
a
patent.
It
will
be
time drew near to make final proof
UMpANY.
to
ex.
In
■"
bi-
,»
from
the
limbered
1
i n. ot outdoor exercise. A
She
pointed
a
fat
finger
at
the
Hitchcock ruled the whole thing readily seen that the work of un­
country
on
the
DLLpillfl
lower mountains, 1 blotter and replied, “Give me
tl looking young lady gains in
was illegal and we were “up against loading will be facilitated to an
INCORI'*
provi ; <:i v. oiibl be made for their that ink napkin.”—Harper’« Mag; - atti tiveness when she rides in
equal
extent
and
congestion
of
car
­
Bunker Hill.’’ Immediately after
■ • at tin- |(»w<* t run
passag"
thr
»ugh
the
timbered
area
zine.
Firmly
seated,
she
rides
Il : '■ Inaili
people from all parts of the U. 8. at the Btock yards in the several to the range ip, ve; and, in general.
I HI
sit’she belonged in her pl.vO,
i' l ( II»’ I .et* ut I ht* <
inn I
It is
came by hundreds with government market centers avoided.
I you may . nnt upon it that the
•’)»•
I addle practice has little
strange
indeed,
that
such
a
simple
ESTUA
Y
El).
scrip and we had to take a back
bun a 1 wi
t to I"' reason­
iiimend it except its sanction
l.-nd payer.
seat and Bee the grand resources of method of improving shipping facil­
able
win
1
vei
it
has
power.
If
the
"
ent ustoni
A young wo
7*7 toll /.VHf 7.7'.
From
J.
H.
Seaweard's
ranch
in
our country gobbled up by men and ities was never thought of before,
reserves are transferred to its care, Barren Valley,one sorrel race man man ri.iing that way, attractive
It. Il r.onctiict,
women who had no interest in U3 but it must be remembered that
as
seem-' likely in the near future, white strip down nose, sear on 1
IL-tiiet Manager.
tl ugh li r g.-nenil iippfiirance may
such
a
simple
devise
as
the
wheel
M
.
j
<
i
or the development of the country.
IL \. I>iilar.l. Agent.
it will do it- 1», st to give them their i branded lazy
hi
m
11,
ei'iire
god
even
Uli-
I
I,
on
left
hip.
also
7
Burna. Or.
Many of these people were foreign­ remained undiscovered for centu­
highest possible urafulnaM to the with bar beneath on right hip and
hi fort a IIm .|;
that makes the
ers who could speak hardly a word ries.—Texas Livestock Journal.
people who live in their neighbor­ vented with same on right shouldi :. netlu.d
.cm artificial. Health,
of English. It was all “ya ya” with
hood. Th
ipplies, to water liin- I will pay a suitable reward for in­ • ' ' • III'I beaut A all turn the I ih I
Tbe Salve that Heals.
them, but they had the scrip—fur­
her and grass. The mineral land ' formation as to her whereabouts.
h ..
in tuvor of the innovation.—
nished, no doubt, by big lumber without leaving a scar is DeWitt’s
laws, a '. ■»ii know, apply in the re-
Sin A. K ehtz , Cord, <)regon. t aid'"e|| News.
syndicates.
The name Witch Hazel is applied
serve a- th ■ do outside, ami con-'
When Roosevelt first took the to many salves, but DeWitt’s Witch
fleet upon th»-
“I was strolling through an
M
(iruce l.ampshire, of Burns,
oath of office 1 thought he would Hazel Salve ie the only Witch
mining imlustiv which the procla­
■ utility, arrived in Eugene
Oaklahoma cemetery one Sunil.'
fairly well, but I will vote for no Salve made that contains the pure
mation ot a 1
rv» can have is to
111 r.I.iv (‘Veiling, coming overland
afternoon
with
a
native
of
t
In
­
man who will invite a negro to the unadulterated witch hazel. If am perp tu
t
suppliet of timber i
ive for her pet bird dog
: lhe .|.| '.rtiiiiity of n
White House to dir.e with his fam­ other witch hazel salve is offered
upon wh »-•• ' ontinuance that in­ town,” said the editor of tin- I'on
' i' 'll ion ct»v«rii»«
itnig
her
mother,
Mrs.
E.
ily. The negro is a lower order of you it is a counterfeit. E. C. De­
ca City, Okla., Courier, and w.
dustry depetids.
i - i .111 - .it f tilt- Kumt*
Eugene
(
itnird
man and whenever you bring your­ Witt invented Witch Hazel Salv.
' « !■ >1
¡nifiliti* <1
\l ith n yard to boundaries of the come across a new tombstone.
self to a level with him you must and DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is
h
I >11 nr/ I In* Niiintnrr
reserves. 1 want tn c iv first of all On top of the marble slab wti .1
Wo ill not l.e tinder Hold ot>
move down the ladder a few rounds the best Salve in the world for cuts
. that the withdrawn als which have hand with the index finger point­
quart. t- ,( leef—l.i veoH A limi-
below the Caucasion, the highest burns, bruises, tetter, of blind,
already b 11 made < do not by any ing upward, My guide stopp, d
type of man.
bleeding, itching and protruding 1 mean« r<»
¡»H-ent th' i< area which and looked at the name on the
piles. Sold by Burns druggists
We will change the subject.
Birlmx I«*ite» Oineatc.
(should ■tally be i included.
Mr face of tile monument. “Well,
The Chewaucan Valley has been
Allen tell » me that t Ihese withdraw- Well,’ he declared, -if that t-n't
To c r. Dysis paia or indigestion
Beef Will Advance
on fire for three days. Men and
alf* cov r
) which should just like old Thomps'in.
it io nr ■ I ngi r necessary to live on
Ik-
womet have been working day and
Ije ref-tor- d to the p l»u'dic domain
“A month from now there will
y, ZTxirx.
never did order mot e than one milk and toast. Starvation jifslu
night trying to check the flames
While I
nnot eay any thing defi-
.
.1
Weakness
that
the
who)*
be
very
little
beef
to
be
had
in
this
betr at a time.’ ”
but ao far can do nothing The
nite now at» -ut the actual bolt nd a-
1 I • ■ ttiee an easy prey to
made tule sud is burning Many locality, and what there is will
rie« *|jj« h I Fhall recommend. I
Kudo! Dysts-psia Cure
thousand tons of hay have been de­ bring a better price than would I •
urniture cheaper than < v r he«
want you to know tl hat Mr. Allen's
-toiirn h and the diges-
stroyed. the Hertford Bros., Brat- offered today." This is the opinion
fore
i
this
town.
We
1»
»Ughi
recommeirulntionB w sill practically
expressed
yesterday
by
Jam»-»
N
1
ig
‘
-
to
digest and aaoiini-
tain Bros , and the ZX Company
settle th«* matter bo faf as I am right and will sell right. Tl • v»-r y
tic wholesome food that
being the heaviest losers. The loes son. stockman of Butter ere. k
nicest in Lace and Muslin
concert»» ’1. and that I shall proba-
- ' • • at and is a never fail-
Ras »gain bet r
of bay and pasture will
ruinous and is agreed with by not a few of
: tL. ! are our old
bly make either no » c-batige what- tains. Ladies, call and inspect,
the
cattlemen
who
are
awake
t
: r ii. Iig' “tion, Dyo|S'peia
to th>- stock interests for hay is
We can please you in hr th tty le
time
friends
at
>
at
i t.. jt he old .'land
ever or ve>ry slight < changes in bis
Af I
stomach troubles Ko-
scarce and no feed on the desert. what ie taking, place says th-
and price
Bureaus,
Chiffonier*,
proposal«
You
r
may
therefore
BEST
what you eat—makes
»
It will b* hard even if it should be Pendleton Tribune.
.O
TIONS
J«felv tak e bi« recoin umeridationo as Sideboards, Iron Beds, and in fa
tl
1 < h «weet Hold by Burns
“
Everything
that
is
beef
now
an easy or open winter.
everything
in
our
line
—
hurt
NIC
being Bill anti&!y w that th" bureau
Furniture Co.
A band of 7uO head of Silver th»y argue, “ie g >ing out and n .
it likely t eland for
creek cattle in charge of Dibble and one seems to want to take the n-k
h UNC
nit
i be of a any »•oistance
John- a. panned through the valley of wintering wbat they have, let
A \h
I •hall he
Solicit* d
alone keeping fat what is no« | to tie m it* r hi han
•< The Tin: i cf All <<
a few days ago
verv • \ ii.d- * d to I
>u
rnak>-
■Him Kl «.NN
Felix Duncan has gone to Eu­ ready for the block ”
* V'>ti may
It lite nld Manti
The few who take advantage of what*-ver
gene with a bunch of horse* to find
think wi»’
-
11*
at
the
tbe
abnormal
condition
of
th
.
g»
a market if he car».
Btt tU*h < the bun
• Ix.uld ha
1 Wi.i be out about the first of and hold on to wbat they have,
undert’ >
■ as thor-
keeping
a
percentage
of
their
I..
•
f
Noven. ber
1 oughly it puaf’ibie.
1er Sal: Only al
at
home
all
tbe
time,
will
1«
the
Fr- your well wishing friend
One tuo re point J want to make
ones to reap from the other man -
LONE PINE
very ttr<An
at faulte in tin-
lack of judgment
ru a ht gen: ent of tbe r i-œrve» should
WMtkE ALFALFA «jfOWS.
not be he* d to di »err dit tbe whole
Call and see the fall and winter
reserve
»
. bav« found
A. M Moody wu tn the city yra- samples and fashions for lad»»--
P. ■jents, Burns, Ore.
terdor from bi« alfalfa farm juot suite, coats and jackets At Mr» mtny pia<ce» wh*re public senti-
m^nt i< •trofigly in I favor of the
above Ontario, and proceeded to Chae Wileoti«.
rnaint- narie* of th*» r« •"rve I «cause
A* Rutlc
i thrrgon
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