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BERNS, HARNEY COUNTY. OREGON. < W l\ .Bl K ;t. 1903.
VOL. X\ !
ASTERN OREGON AGITATED though of or published in a paper RESERVES OVER TO PINCHOT of the principal of the sche >1 a’
!0 BEAI LAM) RIMO
ded by the author, to the ' vt
that claims authenticity mid that
that the author is a bona fid -in
is supposed to know a little about
ELIEVED THAT MUCH TIMBERLAND the state in which it has been pub PRESIDENT WANTS HIM TO CONTROL dent in the school and ha« . -i in ■'¡'lirsT RESERVES WILL GO BACK
lished for over 50 years is a mystery.
attendance therein not les- than
10 PUBLIC DOMAIN.
four weeks during the school year
The people of Harney county
iof 1903-4. Essays must be for
have long ago given up the hope of
Withdraw sis are Noi Pernaieol--
regonian's Baker City Correspondent In* 9yer finding a truthful statement of Willi Chief Forester in Charge Money would warded fo the chairman of the coni- ■ ’n.’
Biue Mountain Reserve Will Ulti-
Be Sexed and Present Chaotic
diriges in a “Pipe Dream -No! a
mittee in charge, Wallace McCam
anything about this section irr the i
aiate!) be Created.
Word ol Truth In it.
ant, 34 Concord Building. Portland
Oregonian from its Baker City cor
so as to reach him not latei than
respondent—or any other source—
I'h disclosure of the operations
Oregon News Bureau, Washing
February 1st, 1904. In awarding
land grafting in Oregon, Cal-
» the above.
j the prizes the committee will be
: ri ;.i and Washington, brings out
after several conferences with Sec
governed by tfiese fliree condition-
The records of the U. S. Land
: nt appears to be the true reason
Í Oilice ai Burns show that since the retary Hitchcock. Land Commis
1 . Historical accuracy.
: mporary withdrawals of vast
Since the eatablbment of «
2 Manner of treatment.
the U.S. Land Office ,.t tills t opening of the oilice in 1889,213 Pinehot, has come to the conclusion
:> r forest reserve purposes”
Orthography, grammar. «vu- have be, n made in these three
timber and stone laud sworn state-1
place in 1889, 213 ini.
that before there can be a systema
18 acilt ani Stone Sworn ‘-t.. c- ♦
* ments have been filed, of which ouly
tax and punctuation.
on very slight showing of
tic, or even an intelligent, adminis
Stali-, .j uients have been t kd of i »
nformatien jo :■! ¡tmn for withholding such
62 have passed to final proof, em
ongtt. • which 62 have passed t
which may be desired will be c . r-
bracing 5908 acres. There are now
■nous 11acts of vacant public
final proof, embracing a
of (he West, the management mill
fullv furnished l>y any member ol
train entry. Chief Gifford a
total of 5,908 acres.
(control of the reserves must be
» be made. The records also show
the committee. The essay which
not, of the bureau of forestry. X
No forest land select.d ■
, placed in one single office, and this
is awarded the first prize will be
ieii as other officials, state that
¡the Bureau of Forestry.
: by scrip in this land district.
published in full, with the name m' ■ v i minor part of the lands now
The four officials are united in
************************* Agitated, indeed! There are not this opinion, and it has been deter the author, in the public press
iwn will ever be converted
140,000 acres of timber land in the
-l reserves. In some cases,
mined to use the Administration’s,
whole land district.
Kicked by a Horse.
tail, illy the entire withdrawal
influence, at the coming regular
"7-»A special from Baker City pub-
• • ultimately be restored to entry,
session, to induce Congress to trans-1
thed in laai Saturday’s Oregonian JOHN T. WHISTLER TO MAKE REPORT.
Sam Hull, an employe on the Mil-
the Oregonian's Washington
fer to the Bureau of Forestry, un
",ys: ‘ The nnouncement of the
■ ler it Lux ranch at Quin !?i\>, correspondent.
der the Agricultural Department, j
ct that the Government has dts- Head of Geological Survey in Oregon
Crossing, was brought in from th.
■a_>s there is strong reason to
absolute control of forest reserves, ’ I i ranch to receive attention for injur-
t|)r vered gigantic timber land frauds
Going to Washington
that no reserve will be cre
save matters pertaining to titles to,
nisjl is caused a general shaking up
, ies received >i few days ago. IL
me Rogue River country or
' lands, which must necessarily re-
Pendleton, Oct 24.—John T.
“nt,.v nong some of the operators over
was kicked by a horse on the right
n r mountain either. These
| main in the Interior Department.
Whistler, who has charge of the
'bit this part of the state.
■ limb, between the hip mid the km e.
..wals were made to put a
This transfer will not only be urged
,„ 1 ‘‘It is claimed that one Eastern geological survey of Eastern Ore
a very painful and “erious injury
a to tie operations of land grab
in the forthcoming annual r< ports
ncern has secured title to about gon, returned last night from an
of Secretary Hitchcock and Com ■
lrt, 0,000 acres of land, through the extended trip through the interior.
He is now resting easily at tin
1 here it: little doubt, however,
missioner Richards, but will iu all
county hospital, Dr. Giroux attend
,iit irns Land Oilice. The facts eon- He expects to leave in a few days
. Blue mountain reserve will
probability be recommended by ,
stat ■ cted with many of the original for Washington. 1». C, where lie:
ing him, and the probabilities n
tel\ be created, but even this
'f'1 tries, it >s said will not bear a will make his report to the govern
that he will puli through all li^'i ■ will
intain fur less land than is
'0. S;id .investigation. It is evident ment. Mr Whistler has just com
in time.- Winnemucca Silver St.i
now I : ' ll 1 in the withdrawal
If the change is authorized, Gif-1
irtliS:i at the Land Office ollicials have pleted a tour of the arid regions
Mr. Hall was formerly in the - iio i
en grossly deceived, yet if all re- and is about ready'to make his re
business in the southern part ol
perts, most of them scientists, will
». IT WAS EGBERT.
rts are true the suspicions of the port to F. H. Newell, chief hyriro-
Harney county mid Lis ma: '
take up the administration of re
friends hope he will soon recover
vernment officials should have grapher of the government, who
i> a - is hardly more than a pos-
has charge of th" entire arid lands serves, policy and designating lands
en aroused long ago
that may hereafter be converted
V tl. it one of the men who
“'““Women and men
<»«“ Plant Franchise lor Ontario.
into reserves. The useless division
' tli ’ employes of the 1. V.
1 from the East and filed on tim- Mr. Whistler has leane d with rela
of forestry in the Geological Survey
itch Saturday wiib the
r sections under the timber and tion to where it is ,>ra< ": ?able to es
E H. Teat has been ¡».ranted by
will lie dispensed with, and the
i' er and outlaw, Eg-
the city cuiihiil a franchi for I ..
me act when it was e\ id. nt from tablish irrigation r<---rvoirs and
forestry force of the general Land
ue have surmised, suys
ery circumstance conn eted with ditches, and what recommendations
years to put in a gas plant furni-l.-
Otliee will be transferred to Mr.
\\ ¡inn niucca Silver State.
e entry from beginning to end he will make, are sealed secrets for
ing natural or artificial gas f .-
i Pinchot’s bureau
hil Turn Murray, the deputy
the present. This information will
lighting the city mid .ii-inc. mil
at it was not straight.
Willi four offices handling forest
»bo was here from Harney
A- great many women school
./ j .
Oregon, trying to locate
been placed before the chief of the reserve affairs at present there is boat. Tio francbl
necessarily confusion duplication
»as in Elko last week he
ns of complying with the strict department and is acted upon.
work on the plant shall I "gin with
of field work, and a lack of uniform I
Thompson, the man who
Mr. Whistler started from Pen-
in three months ami lie <■ mipli L d
r'jj, irit anil letter of th law, have i
policy. The several officers are to
wittiin six months. Tl, i- a n .i,- ledi in idise valley in Egtrert's
,,t|1 tired land and the, 1- scarcely • dleton, his headquarters, ami trav-
| some extent working at cross pur.
hadow of a doubt but that they ■ ek-d by stage through the eastern
mendable spirit of enterpri.-" on i!
poses, and all in all, forestry mat
mg wood, and gave a clear
I pari of Mr. Test and he sb. old.
re make g the entry in th" inter- ■ and southern portions of the state.
ters are admitedly badly taqgled.
■ iint i f himself. It was thought ; L
i of some agent or syndicate and He has spent several weeks going
and no doubt will, received every
President Roosevelt has Leen
ew before tho land was selected over every part of the district that
encouragement in the undertakin ' useless to arrest him. He inform-
made aware of the chaotic condi
TFTwhom they were going to transfer ' might lie benefited by irrigation
from our enterprising i-itiz. n - id Murray that he traveled with
tions that exist, and has eyery con-.
fidence in th» ability of Chief For-J Argus.
there because lie got afraid of the
to the country. Special intention
get for it
ester Pinehot to readjust matters
lb- stated that Egbert
"While these facts are probably has been paid to the watersheds
Deputy Sheriff Tom Murray and
and evolve a policy and plan of
hii...... gliing of the murder un ■ j
j 8 t susceptible of direct proof, the ■ and other sources of water supply
administration that will work har Deputy Ankiny return, d on No.
i were within a few miles of
lint ;t that Eastern syndicates and In order to determine just what
moniously and in the interests of yesterday evening from Elk,,, hav Goleonda, which was on the day
■poraticns have secured immense amount of water can be relied upon
ing given up th<* chase after 1 el rt
that Al Leach and others were
ct“ of land in Kastern Oregon in the various districts where irri
An attempt was made in the last the Harney county, Oregon, mur there bunting for him Thompson
thin the past yeat is very good gation possibilities seem to lie.
Congress to pass a bill authorizing derer. They will leave torn ,"■■»
i up',', going on to town, and
alence that there is something
Men have l»een secured to watch
the very transfer that is now advo morning for home. It j. ■,|,|l,.., d tici l-i it told him his reason
ten in Denmark
and keep records of the water read
cated by the president, but a few that Egbert ha“ obtain, .I a- i-tai
wanting to take the risk,
'All of the shady w- :k is not ings that a definite estimate may
enemies were able to secure its de from friends and gotten well mil ...
- illy told him he had killed
lfined to the Bums district. The he made of the supply.
feat During the past summer the the state.—Winnemucca Silver W'-t,
lying nothing about the
in shady work, as used here, is
The topography of the country opposition has become better ac- 1 ‘■Gate.
murder of Saxton.
l“,i“‘end< J to apply to the -ntry man has been carefully studied that
quinted with lbs foresters’ methods,
- i.-v.il that Egbert is try-
wornau and their corrupt bene- . suitable locations tor reservesand
■»ieting Invite« Di«»-.
and is now generally ready to sup
■■■''> emulate the character and
les aries, the East, rn syndicate ditches may be selected for recora-
port a bill providing for the change
>f Tracy, the outlaw, aud
'nts. There is reason to l,elieve mendati >n
To cure Dyspepsia or indig< -tn.n
Tiie administration is confident
' -.'I’P&tgMr ' T
' ¡at I..- f, lliiirdiness will result in
is it s une of the doubtful transae-
This data ha“ been secured, and.
that the necessary legislatibn can it is tio longer necessary to live on
picked up unawares l>e-
sa. •» have been work' I through while he is not at liberty to say or
be secured early in the session, milk and toast. Starvation pr dt f’re many weeks
|!'■ La Grande band 0:1.
give any intimation of it, it is un particularly as il requires but a ces such weakness that the v,le
‘It is claimed that a new method derstood that Mr Whistler has al
system becomes an easy prey t
very slight appropriation.
meat:.- ,’f ready decided upon what recom
The Salve that Ileal*.
Koilo! Dyspep-i.i Curi
x c ich th con- ,-ienoe " - >n." of the mendations shall be made—or at
- iving a scar in DeWitt'“.
PHIZES TO SCHOOL CHH.DKf >.
rymiTrean lie va«, 1 The new ' least, some of them.
tive organs to digest and s-simi- T1
ii - Witch Hazel is applied
il involves a loan on the land
He spent sometime yesterday
I he Oreg in Society of Sons of late all of the wholesome food tl, j
dvi-“, but DeWitt'» Witch
Ty 3 original l-xator. or »-ntr', ni.in. with District Weather Forecaster th" American Revolution has seve one cares to eat. and i- a never fair
-Iv" is the only Witch
4-T tires title in the usual wav to a Beals in Portland, securing infor ral times iti the past offered prizes ing cure for indigestion D-.-| ■
: i-b- that contain“ the pure
ce of timber land a d then se- mation in relation to the average|to school children of the state for and other stomach troubles. K >- U
rat• -1 witch hazel If any
;1;.ee a loan from some ace 'tnmo- , rain fall in various partions of the essays on subjects connected with dol digests what you eat — make
i hazel “nlve ia offered
•s’ ii.g money let ,b r
If the state for several years past, also the Revolutionary History. The re the stomach sweet. Sold by Burns
■ li i • Hinterfeil. E C. De-
iCa- ount of the loan should be sufli river reading« so far as they have sults in the past have encouraged druggist“
i.veiited Witcn Hazel Halve
lt to cover the cost of securing !>een secured by the weather the society to renew the offer at
I ■■ Witt “ Witch Hazel Salve ia
e from the government and a bureau
this lime. Frizes of 425,115, ♦!(»,
‘ The Woodman of th* World, a
• v- in the world for cute,
unable bonus or
Mr. WListler has had with him respectively, will therefore
be $3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen, rn > hi
ir , bri. i
tetter, of blind,
ides, whose busin es is it if the a number of assistants and together awarded for the three beet essays factured l»y Buckingham A ¡1* ht
.. itching and protruding
n wb: secured the 1 an all >ws they have made a careful survey in order of merit, written by stu Hold by Lunaburg *V Dalton
■' uy Burn“ druggi“te.
' 1 lapse and the 1
of the interior and have the mater dents in the public schools of Ore-
man from whom ■ '-. rrowed ial, lines and data for new maps of g i,-m any of the following sub- ”
Malheur. Harney m J Grant couti jecte:
* r money f*’
iFf ' there was the 1«
'.ru:b ties Tbee>- maps v
1 Tn - Arousing of Public opin-
o ntence of tl a o ■ art ■ le by the governm»-: l n
Mr. Whist- ion the Work of Samuel A tarns,
-tern Oregon w
1, indeed, be '.er's trip to Waebmf
i will have Thomas Paine, John Di< kenson
S. He Will and Patrick Henry.
'.«led Such unr- onabls state- something to do with
lit* ; .lidished in a iper of wide return in time fur
Dgton and <” r.c rd
ulsfion attd th.
riding of the convention which convene# here
Battle of Kings Maun-
g* gon inn has help
I *'Vf* I TiJS November 'J and I”, and in which tain.
bistler will take a prominent
te • biackeye in
4 V irginia’s Part in the Anteri-
I rualb n* j Mr.
(’be Baker City c
»undent to part.
* "t paper knew b.
Essays are limited m length to
ehood «beo br
We are ager i for the Ort a u 3,000 words; must be written on
--^•gonian also knew
. d not be Woolen Mills a 1 vi 1 eave you oue side of the paper in the »tu-
.Sj that it Va- a - . - I
H e money on blank Z «t Bedding of dent » own handwriting and must
a ridievlova ar
• . r »a- all kinds.—X. Br wn A SuliV.
be accornpimr-d by the certificate
dai . y , cuts
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J ohn i >
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OF BURNS, OREGON«
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WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
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dArZe ani/ County li/arranis AouyAt at tA» market/irict.
I hi.- bank, is insured and will he reiitibursed lor any loss by
or hold up day or night.
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Collin, Aimer Robbins. It. F. Olden, M Alex nder, N. I Carpen
ter, William Miller, E. 11 Test, Tbos. Turnbull.
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all foiiiiM (»f mhiih I U d in-timite at tilt» Ittwc trai»
guaranlev after three payni<-iitM arc m ul<
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II. A paid up policy.
III. Loan or cash surrender value«
I ’ nuxccllt‘<i ; m i (H\ blend payer.
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Burn», i )r.
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Alfords the people of l .i-t and < cnt»nl Oi> .• hi nil th> >j | < itnioty <>f n
fir wt cl hmm modern B iimiim - em College, it i • .i home in 1 itnt c » h cowring
every course involved in Bimine - ‘ »11»•.
I - » u- », ■ tin* M.tme
hr charged ehevA here and t lie ni»t h"'l
i! - I Ii»’ into St il leu I - admit tftal
at any linn*. I r»*-f t m t ;< >n at the ( «»Ih v ' I m.til. |)nrÌD/ the Miiinuier
montliM the Collegi wdl ■ »mint ‘ t
S ummi . k N ormal S(
For teacher« finti nt ini -
I umim .t r» vi< wm/ m |i»|'i tirv <<.in*i'
For •peuitiien* of pen u<»r 1. , nn<i full ihfiiimH ion on Ibi in
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Aas again been opened to the public and me desire our old
time friends and customers to stop uiilh us at the old stand
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