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BURN’S. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, OCTOBER 24. 1903.
KTIONAL IRRIGATION LAW
laws, any public lands believed to irrigated fr :n th w '. - of any of IRRIGATION MEETING AT PENDLETON ■
be susceptible of irrigation from the works herein provided for, then
bv " f r the tiist night of the eon-
■lollN |. l'AI v t;.i«
N I'. ( ARPENTEK, ( AHiiiia,
said works: Provided, That all the the management and peration of Program Now in the Hands oi Com V” t 1: and "King Dodo" for the
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V C. W El.l <IMl
A««| ( v«l,il|t
lands entered and entries made un- such irrigation works shall pass t >
•» ILL TEXT OP IMPORTANT MEASURE der the homestead laws with areas the owners of the lands irrigated
1’he committee appointed for gen ■
NOW IN FORCE.
The committee having in chai go er.. 1 entertainment and hotel ac-
so withdrawn during such with-- thereby, to be m entained at their
OF BURNS, OREGON.
drawal shall be subject to. all the | expense under such form of organ tho program and arrangement« for
lunodations consists of Leon
provisions. limitations, charges, ization and und r sinh rules the coming meeting of the State Ir Cohen, C E. Roosevelt ami J. V
Auottnis of iorporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
- — e People Shoald Read This and Awaken
terms, and conditions of this act; 1 and regulations as may be accepta- rigation Association, met at the Tallman.
to Tbeir Interests—What the Govern*
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
that said surveys shall be prosecut- Îble to the secretary of the interior:
l'lii' committee ot finance con
meat will do ior Arid West.
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Jebn l> Dalv, Frank K. CoHln. N V. Carpentsr, It. J.
ed diligently io completion, thereof Provided, That the title to mid the tion last evening, says the East sists of Judge G. A. Hartman, W.
Wllhniu«. .1 M He.iiy, t’. t'nmniins. H . M. flortou, C. A. Haines. Hjn.
I Mallock anil T. (J* Taylor.
There being considerable interest and the necessary maps, plans and management and operation • of the
.loin»», Thomas I>avin.
An elaborate program was formu
Oil the horse parade, George Der
anifested just at this time in Na- estimates of cost, the Secretary of reservoirs and the works necessary
anti County Warmnis Sony At at tA» market yrtcu.
inger. (i. M. Froome and Dr (' B
>nal Irrigation and especially as the interior shall determine whether for their protection and operation
pointed to advance the inter, st of M. Nab.
this ban!, is Insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
is county is particularly interest- or not said project is practicable shall remain in the government
or hohl up day or night.
T he general reception committee
, we print below the National Ir- and advisable, and if determined until otherwise provided by con
The committees have covered consists of R. Alexander, W. II.
to be impractible or unadyisable, gress.
>ation Law in full.
Sec. 7. That where in carrying the ground as fully ns possible in Hawley. W. I. Furnish, Joe Basler.
It may be old to a number of our he shall thereupon restore said
assigning the subjects and «electing A. Kunkel,
M A. Ruder, Sam
aders but it will stand reading lands to entry; that public lands out the provisi i - . f this act it be-
the speakers for the occasion and I'hompson, W
D. Hansford, Joe
veral times. Since Oregon Ims
every phase of the wide and varied
F. \ '. henipp. \V E. Brock,
en accused of being asleep so far means of any contemplated works ' rights or property, the secretary of
*-»r> .-»•«> .»«rv >•<-? cMr> ♦
subject of irrigation will Im dis
F M. Oliver, .1. B. W ilson, Ralph
being interested or enthusiastic shall be subject to entry only under i the interior is hereby authorized to
•'"•IN 11 DAI.Y. Ii:i MI.KXT
M. Al.EXAN Dili, Vu r I’nrsirnNT.
cussed by aide exponents of the
I oisi.m, I. Hunziker, L. B Reeder,
the National Irrigation move the provisions of the homestead acquire the same for the United
new faith of the W’est
l B. W ade, E M Lyons, Frank k
ent, it has been suggested that laws in tracks of not less than forty, 1 States by purchase r by condem
W bile the official program is not
Sharp. A S. t'oeppen. r
issibly the people did not under nor more than oue hundred acres, nation under ju<liial ptocess, and1
Ed. Murphy, L E. Tarbett, ,1. It
and the law. In respose to the and shall be subjected to the limi I to pay from the reclamation fund
' weli-known ami able gentlemen will Djckson, \V. E
OF ONTARIO OREGON
Potwine, E. W.
quest of several prominent men tations, charges, terms and condi the sum which may I « needed for
_____ r provided.
McComas, T. lì Montgomery, .1 ? X. i'v 'itn <>1 < bir] >< >rat i<ms. Firms ami I mli\ i.Inals
Provided. that pttrp -«. and it hall be the
this vicinity we give the law in tions herein
>1 ii-i ti-i I.
That the commutation provisions duty of the. att«r • . a neral . f the
M li ntlev. J. H Raley, Lee Moor- t
1 the subjects asigned them
Be it enacted by the senate and
> 11 >i K 11111.1 > F. RS —John D. Daly, William Jones, Frank R.
Governors Chamberlain, of Ore-
<’■> fïuit display, J II. Gwinn. N
t'l.flin \leier i:..I.bins, B F. Olden, M. Alexander, N. I’. ('arpen
>u«« of representatives of the ply to entries made under this act. tion of the «■ ' ■ • f th« interior,
ter. William Miller, E. II Test, Thos. Turnbull
Sec. 4. That upon the determi- under tin« a / t ia-« ; r«dings , gon. and Morrison of Idaho; I.. T. I ur ' v Tettiseli and Beit Huff
nited States, io congress assem*
Harris, of Eugene speaker of tin- man
ed, That all moneys received
E. II. TEST, ('asliiei'.
fr ¡n th receipt of lower house in the legislature: W'.
am the sale and disposal of public terior that any irrigation psojeet within 11 d.
«_■ <«*•«.- < jo » j
A ba nd of over 1 10 head of horses
nds.in Arizona, Califirnia, Colo- is practicable, he may cause to he th« supplieat?« it tl department
Blalock, of Walla Walla: Dalton
He to Reno and purchased in
do, Idaho, Kansas. Montana, let contracts for the construction of of justice.
Biggs, of Burn-:.I. II. Low. II, Cald Harney county passed through
«brasica, Nevada. New Mexico,
ii eting or well Idaho; Judz" F A Moon
-l.rdav —Lakeview Exami
irth Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, lions as it may be practicable to shall 1« c o '
to interfer. I h • supreme court; E L Smith ner.
nitli Dakota. Utah, Washington construct aud complete as parts ot' intending ■
HOWARD t IIHtC, r»<.io«»T
». ». WHITE, V k I H i . iuoi
,:. v .-t itenrferri- Hood River: James W ithycomlm,
id Wyoming, lieginning with the the whole project, providing the with the I i v -
A I'. Schroder returned from
;i.al year ending Jun« 30, 1901. necessary fundi of such portions or i t«ry relating t t ie ««nitrol tppro-
• i of w i State Fniversity at Eugene; J. K lx in h Fills Monday, where he
eluding the surplus of fees and .sections are available in the reels priation, i - >r di.-ti,
Weatherford. Aibanv; Professor
mirnission in excess of allowance mation fund, and thereupon lie ter ust d in inigatioi’. :■ a v vet.«' I Leckenbv, state < xperinu til.al s' v- " 1 ■ inv. «ligate tiie cattle mar-
lie reports that there is prac
registers and receivers, and ex- shall give public notice of the lands right aeq lirid tier t. r. . nd the
i< rryin_ tion at Union; C. W. Mallett, On ii llv no sale for cattle at present.
pting the 5 per centum of the irrigable under such project, and | secretary if »h , r• ri
. t ball tario; J. H. Savler, Walla Walla; I
buyers are not making any
CALDWELL. IDAHO ¿
roceeds of the sales of public lands limit of area per entry, which limit out th ■ pr .
Senator Pierce Mays Portland: W
, but ate picking up a few
v the above states set aside by law
R. King. Ontario.
law«*, and noth:-
d from parties, who having
r educational purposes, shall be, in the opinion of the secretary, may ;* | laws,
The committee decided that th
an.' v 3
' • '
” riq it oi
tli' ir Is ef to the market, find
id the same are hereby, reserved, be reasonably required for the sup-
' ration of app lintinent for delegates
'' ' the. are at the buyers mercy,
■t aside, and appropriated as a port of a family upon the lands in I any state or of any G Jeral govern-
should be th« same as for the Port
unal.,e to secure buy at any
>ecial fund in the treasury, to be question; also of the charges winch I ment or of any landowner, appro
land convention last year Port
and the result is that they
nown as the ‘‘reclamation fund”
from any interstate stream or the |'!U,<'
have eight delegate«
I for ", cents around —Central
> be vsed in the BXamination and said entries, and upon lands in pri
That Cities of over 2,t/t>) population, four: < Iregonian.
irvey for and th« construction vate ownership which may be irri waters thereof: 1’rovid ■!.
I tinder 2,000 two. Each county
of irrigation gated by the water of said irrigation
judge shall appoint two delegates,
i urniturv cheaper than ever be- 8
orks for the storage division, and
lllemof th« foie i
this town. W’e bought
evelopment of waters for the re-
county court are delegates by vir- _dil and will sell right,
Tho very j
amation of arid and semi-arid which such charges shall be paid irrigated, and beneficial use shall be ' tue of their office
Each city coun- nicest in Luce and Muslin Cur-1
INCORPOi/A 1ID I847.
mds in the said states and terri-
; oil shall have t he appointaient of tains. Ladies, call
I'*“1«*« all f i ms <.mud life in-urai.i « at the lower! ran-
< *ur policie»
--•iries, and for the payment of all shall commence. The said charges it of the right.
Irrigation comp»- W i- enn please you
guarani. « liter three puymentH are made
Sec. 9. That it is hereby de two delegates
in both style
ther expenditures prov ded for in shall be determined with a view of
Into.» 111.- ext. 11.1.1 insuraiiee for the face of the contract.
nies and associations in the state
A paid up policy,
>is act- Provided, that in case the returning to the the reclamation clared to be the duty of the secre are entitled to two delegates while and price. Bureaus, 1 hiffuniers, |
>idi I. irils, Iron Beds, and in fact
iceipU from the sab and disposal fund the estimated cost of construc tary of the interior in carrying out
I ncxcelled as .1 dlvideml payer
«1 Milling in our line. — Burns I
f lands referred to in this section tion of the project, and shall be ap
/ a t/-.«r//; t/■/.' ui.i'titi: ron /vs//,7
Provided, the same may be practicable and are delegates by virtu« of their Furniture Co.
re insufficient to meet th« requtre- portioned equitable:
Sherman A llnrmon,
It. Il Benedict,
t »«neral Agent«.
lents for the support of agricultu* That in all construction work, eight subject to the existence of feasible have two delegates. The fill wing
Dieting Invites Disease.
tl colleges in the several states hours shall constitute a day’s work, irrigation projects, to expend the are delegates by virtue of their
nd territories, under th ■ act of and no mongolian labor shall be
from the sale of public lands witb
.ugust 30, 1890, entitled An act employed thereon.
All of the state officials, including it is no longer nei ' »siiry to live on
state and territory hereinbe
i apply a portion of the proceeds
judges of th« Supreme c»urt, judge« milk nini toast. Starvation pmdu-
f public lands to the more com- on lands to be irrigated by such
of the circuit courts, district attor ' - Ml. h wi iknc-« th'it the whole
lete endowment and support of works shall, in addition to com and eemi-arid land« witbin th« lim-
state >r territory: Pro- neys, members of th« legislature -■ «l' lii bel ornes mi easy prey to
le colleges and the benefit of agri- pliance with the homestead laws, i its • of such
K'.ilo* Dvapepsia (hire
the secretary may and members of the state board«, I:-' '•
ultureand the mt :hnn:c art«, es- reclaim at least one half of the to
all mayors of cities all county
■ ' ' « tie «tom, ii h and the diges
abiiehed under the provision of an tal irrigable area of his entry for
'commissioners, county jmlges and ti’ organs to digest and nssiini-
ct of congress approved July 2, agricultria) purposes, and Wore said funds for the benefit of arid
all federal officers in the «tat«
11 of the wholesome food that
862,” the deficiency, if any, in the receiving patent for the land cov
Alb.ni-, the |. ..pie nt |.i I niel < entrai Oregirti »lithe oppoilinnti of n
One of the main feature« of ti
• . - ir. - to eat, and is n never fail
i:u necessary for th support of ered by Ibis entry shall pay to the
tirsi via«- i.. |.rn B'.-iii«-« College, It I« a *10111« ifiwtitulion covering
occasion will Ge a symponuni ur li eure for indigestion, Dy»|H p«in
le said colleggs (ball be provided government the charges apportion
every e..ii* .... involve.I m Busine-a College work
li» rat. - are the «aine
general discuMioi. of the subj t of ind other stomach troubles. Ko-
a-e'ii....'i .| .
er.* arid th.* nietb.els are the «ame
Siu lent. »driulUd
>r from any moneys in the Tr«as- ed against such tract, as provided but when so used th« excess shall
irrigation by practical irrigators, ■I .1 dig'-is what you eat—make«
st am i o.
I Iruelioii nt the < ollege or t.v mail. D.iiinu the -.immer
. :«rv not otherwise appropriated
in section 4. No right to the use lie re«tored to th« fund as soon as
atnl as many of tin- actunl irriga th - .-toriirird) swi i-t. Hold by Burns
rt-orille, the < ..Iley will e.m.lin t a
Sec 2. That tba secretary of th« of water for land to provide owner practicable, to tic nd that ulti
of the state as po««ili|.-. ar druxgiHts.
iterior is hereby autli >riz«d and ship shall l>e sold for tract exceed mately, and in any event, within
sp . tally r r ' 1 In tie
irected to make examinations ami ing 2GU acres to any one land own each 10 year p«ri<»l aft«r the ¡»eriod
Think Thcnc Over.
I tees to L« present.
arveys for, and to local« and con- owner, and no such sale shall be
For ti-ai-l .
■ i who lerire a rev..-wing 01 . .......................... .me
Some practical engineer will hav.
For >r.<. it
truct, as herein provid' I. irrigation made to any landowner unless he penditures fir the benefit of thè
i werk. nii‘l full information oil Hmine«» College »nli*
a paja-r on ditch making and m il.
rtm-ooiks for storage, diversion and l>e an actual bona fide resident on said states and t«rri tories shall l*e
■ tenance. which forms one of the
evelopment of waters, including such land, or occupant thereof re
vital phases of the subject, and
From J H Sr-aweard’s rar.ch in
rtesisn wells, and to report to con- siding in the neighborhood of said tions and subject to thè conditions
winter irrigati<. .. so <*I.-«!y all:-«! I 1. r«n X silev, one sorrel race mare
ress at the begining f u h regti- land, no such right shall perma as prvetibiliiy a I i* ■ility afore-
' to the subject
th< Ea«t«rn Or. w!»trip <lown none, scar on no»o.
W session as to the result« «f such nently attach until all payments said ,
gon counties, will tie th r ughly
I 1 lazy x on left hip. also 7
laminations and surveys, giving thereof are made The annual in
: • ir beneath on right hip arid
tiate’ of cost of ■ . «ntemplat- stallments shall be paid to the re the Interior is her
Th« matter of entertaioit.g th.
I 'Hh -.ime on right shoulder,
works, thequanti* and 1 cation ceiver of the local land office to the perform anv and
pay 1 suitable reward for in
f the lands which can • ■« irrigated districts in which th« land is -itu*
i to the women’s club-, a« they k r I-
ru ti<o. a« to her W h»re»lHH>t«.
*(j 1 n be n opened to the public and cue desire our old
herefrom, and all facts relative to ated, and a failure to make any may l>e n«c«»»arv
ly off red their service« in advat.
-ii A K krtz (bird,Oregon
time fri nds and customers to stop tuilh usât the old stand
——-‘iractability of ea< ti irrigation pro two payments when due shall ren the purpo«e of carry
and this matter will 1.« well pre
mt; also the coat of works in pro- der the entry subject to cancelation, visions of this act in
• printn g The Time« Herald
pared A grand reception will )•
re« of construct
as well as of with the forfeiture of all rights un and effect
tendered the governors f Oreg .«
good fK- corid hand creili stove
/c^lmse which have been completed. der this act as well as auy money
NICE BED ROOMS
and Idaho, and Manager Nixon, of
■lire at this office.
The Salve that He a If.
Sec 3 That ’
vrv of already paid thereon. All money
be Interior shall
received from the above source« without 1« aving a • ,(1- ¡« DeWitt ».
1 1 : r t in sec- »ball t* paid into the reclamation Th* miii » WHeh H »’«1 is applied
A 'nor of Public PatronuSolicited
ion 4 of this act. witbdraw from fund registers and receivers shal. to many » ■ 1 V- v hut I >«Wiu’s Witch
be p iblic entry 11 ? lands required be allowed the usual commiesione Hazel S,;.re 1« the •mly Witch
-*r ar y irrigali-
works contem- on all moneys paid for land« enter Salve ii,a.|<e t L » i <
.11» the pure
4a*»d under lb
rovisfoM of this ed under this act.
cl. and «hall ve r« to public en-
Sec. 6. That the Secretary of other wit«
•ale« i» f»fl«red
ry any of the lai l so withdrawn, the interior is hereby authorized you it is a rr-irtf-rf-
hr Sale On . at
»be«, in hie
lent. «u«h lands and directed to u«e the reclama Witt inve;
-re uM required f - ' th» purpose of tion fund for th« operation and •nd DrWit ta Witch Hazel Salye ia
bis act; and li.
«cretary is here maintenance of ail reservoir* ar.d the be-' -
>y authorized,‘ a- •r immediately irrigation works constructed under burn», Ir-
1Kls< II A IXlNKGAN, Proprietor»
ter, <<f blind,
wior tc the titr-
f hrgintiing the the provis-one of thi« act- Provided ble-ding. i
errava fcr any
rtemplsted irri- that when the payments requir. piles. Hob1 hr Bwm.» druggie!».
ratio« works. t< withdraw from ed by this act are mads for
"try, except ■■
the b-meetead the major portion of the lands
Comb ! m >net at Hilaton'a.
First National Bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Tirsi Daiienal Bank |
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
JMR. LAND Gi,dB WHISKY
Hotel Burns Bor
Mrs. Charles Anderson,
THE CAPITAL SALOON,