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GOVERNOR ASKS FOR PLEDGE
HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVI:,'
Ì i.. i,
Supreme Court to the act in ques- HITCHCOCK IS Vt
tion would be the work of a day or
two at most, and very little ex; ris.«
MAJORITY OF LEGISLATORS MUST OP would be incurred thereby. lam TRIP EAST NOT ./r. Rub i WITHOUT
POSBtOTHER ENACTMENTS. ■
ped to believe that the members of
i the legislature, with all of whom I
! am personally acquainted and for I
Cbamberlsia no Anxious to Hare Assembly | whom I entertain the highest re
Secretary a-.:. . ... : Clild Executive Ex
Meet, Free to Pass on any Melters
gard, share the eame opinion as 1
chage lalorirstion oa Laud Matters
That Seem Fit to Members.
do in reference to what should be
done at a spécial session, but nnle.-:
Governor Chamberlain has de-
I am assured that they do and that
in gave the
cided that he,wilTnot call a speciali
they will oppose all other legisla Salem correspondent ! > the Orego-
session of the legislature unless he
tion, I do not Teel that I would be nian the follow! /
; his arrival
is requested to do so by a majority justified in exercising the extraor
of the members of the two houses dinary pow.r vested in me by the
“If I call a special
■ ion of the
who will’promfoe ,to oppu-
' legislature to r< lied Uai defective
othe legislaturalthan that correct
‘This communication will be tax law,'the date for tiia session
ing the defect in'the tux law. In given to the press, and if published
will probably be about a week be
order to ascertain the views of the ieach member of the Legislature
fore Christmas,” said Governor
membersYtf'the Legislature, the will know that in due course the
Chamberlain, win returned tonight
Governor has addressed to each of original thereof will be’forwarded
from hi trip to W. ■hington
them a letter, of which the follow to him, and he may expedite mat
“I hnv" not vet determined
ing is a copy:
ters by replying at once. I have whether I -ball c : a ■; -ehil, ses
•‘Salem, Nov. 6.— Dear Sir: Be the honor to remain, yours very
sion and will r ’ <io-,i until I have
cause of th»’recent decision, of the respectfully.
invest: c iteti
condition of the
Supreme Court, holding that the “GEORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN.'
state, the several
so-called Phelps law, passed by the
1 school districts,
__ 1 last Legislature, does not-provide
Coal Near Dayville.
' “I shall
sin the condition
for the levy of a tax on the assess-
j of the stat«
Is and watch the
ment of 1903, it is insisted-that un-
Werd has reached this place that newspaper r
i from the differ-
less the legislature is convened by the crew of miners pr,.-pecting • .
t '.te, 'and in this
hb JMMMB ihk .•« S1. /-e a F« F /-« n » a zl I
in special session, the state and j coal UI1
what ..the public
>ftfe many counties, 'cities ami school James Small hav,- drilled through «el
nt districts wil) be seriously crippled a solid bed of coal to a depth of
110 feet. Nor is the bottom of thi-
OS. i in the conduct of public business.
stratum yet reached fr,
sent ¡.j “So far as the state is concerned,1 wonderful
leix. I have satisfied myself bv invest! Should th re; >rt I . confirm 1
, statei ¡ration that the administration of and they are mad o:; good ut!
•hild the state institutions would not be ! ty, this will prov« to b n
IFO.: reriously handicapped, even if no largest deposits of coal ever c -.-ov- ,
MrtiS ax is levied for this' year, and if [ered.
of that scrip the corporations were , AN i.NTERESTlkii DISUNITY MADE.
enabled to take our beattiiuler
!HI V’ P,n s
N. U. CARPENTER, (’ abiiieb ,
lands. When new reserves were The heuend -Lewis s.1id Clark. ISOs '
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C asuikr .
proposed we ha<! every reason to 1
Cut into Bark • >f a Tree
expect a renewal of the scripping
almse. No wonder that a pro. ,
Did Lewis and C ¡.irk, the grc.it
went up in the state.
explorers spuiid tho winter of ISO!-
“It ¡8 announced now, however, , 5 in this v:. nity is : question m w
Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
’hat the temporary withdrawals . up f o' decisi n and no doubt will
W E WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
will not be mad? permanent until bo e- ttled 01«' way r the other he
the laws governing the exchange of fore many months. ays the Grant
luliii D. Daly, Frank It. t'otfin, N. V. Carpenter, R. J.
J. it li.'iirv, C. Cummins, H. M. Horton, C. A. Haines,
lands in the reserve for lands out County News
Juin-.-i. Tliomiis Davis.
side the reserves have been amend
Dr. H. E. Curry, .a well knoivi,
ed so that worthless lands cannot phvsieian of Rake: iI'ty, wliolui.
u»-.v County Warrants bouy/il at tAa markat pries.
be exchanged for valuable lands returned from the |
.i.udand w ill be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
If this policy's to I e -pursued, then at Mt. Kasins, .bring"’ back soniv
or hold up day or night.
I -1V tin« depart..••■•lit cannot tie tip 11 intoreatiii;.; facts wh : c b will bu % o f
too much timber hind in temporary great hist..ri.- d in«, re: : when thor-
1 oughly investigated.
"If Congress fails to pass the
Dr. Curry and Archit J. .Murray
remedial laws as recommend,,!, art1 partners owning mining claims '
i one f the reservesgiliouhl be made in the n. w'ly disc, »veröd Mount
JOHN I> DALY, I'lJEMDENT.
M. ALEXANDER, Vi< »•.-I i i ident .
p rma'ii nt. Temporary withdraw RastuH di.-lrict, their holdings being
als keep the timber lands out of the on the south side of T rousidc inoun-
hands of the scrippers. The ereu tain. In their employ are three i Ç
tion of permanent reserves under men, Bob Nelson, Dick Yoakum
OF ONTARIO * OREGON •
present laws would only make more ami Jack ìould.
scrip and extend the scripping
A fow days befoi ti e doctor i
Y- ■ -tetti
I « 'ofporutionn, Fit'itiH mid Individuals
return to his home . a B: k«-r City.
"1 believe that Congressional ac these men had occasion to go down
' ix I. »1.111. IIS :—John I). Duly, William Jones, Frank R.
tion is iiillii« need by these corporate in the valley at the foot of the 1
111 '■ 111
bobbins, 11. F. Olden, M. Alexundur, N 1'. Curpen-
interests, and I doubt whether law- mountain where they were working
\\ illinin Miller, E. II. Test, Thus. Turnbull.
will be amended. Whatever ap fot the purpose of securing water
IL TENT, ( ash 1er
proval 1 give to the forest reserve from a spring.
They happened to notic« an ns-
system is conditional upon the
carrying out of the policy recently pen tree about one foot in diameter
announced by the department, that on which was some c arving.
of not ninkit g permanent reserti.
< h ner ihFipection ilOWct! the fob i
until the laws are properly amend lowing 1« nd had b ■ ii ent deep
into the l ark of the tr
». ». white , vkip . mikm
W. a. SSUH.S, O m « m
' i h<. scripping abuse has been
“Lewis ami Clark. 1801-5.’’
•he evil of tlr forest reservesy« tem.
It is th«' opini n i I those who
:ountiea, cities and 'school districts
The operations are being c aidiii -
.« nut en- and when that evil has been re Ini'.e examined this in -cription that
vould suffer materially by a failure ed by P. A. Down-, a B. isc coal «
, Ur Iv Bill«
tli<9 results of moved I han n objections to th. the curving wa dom in the winter
o call the Legislature together for pert, and the qu
: , of ; . 1:
bid trip t 3 w.
on, ..id yet ■ creation .f forest reserves where time, ami upwards of a century ago, i
he purpose of enacting a law has most likely* b< n settle'!, at feels that
X.L i i produc there is valuable timber to be pr« a ; the sup of th» tree, in eiolcavor-,
¿hich will meet the objections these investigation
g | tive of sc in
th id und served.
' mg to lwal the hCiirs on its trunk
lade by the Supreme Court to the ing on quietly f
iliel« by CUttii : tl >•' ' htiractera,.
“I hue ' good evidence that Hie:
'helps act, then the Senators and not the quality i
d Otiic hav
m.let- are now in this state land opera'.oi
GertiT.il Betaking Business I raasacted
•presentatives of the several coun- it is not probabl
1 •«f airs in with scrip for 100,000acie- of lam1, ■ ach Itt ? and ¡i u
es are in a better position to know have placed he
m . hii.
Oregon, thoug : h
.hi depart- and thal they are w ailing for orm prominently ami can
j iat fact than I.
the ground and
“If an emergency exists at all, it her of workmen t inv liz - • tl
part rd tin
• ' .’i. . (efit mo- - . that they can use the scrip ' oldest time re in t ■
only because of the failure of the extent of the dep ‘.
1 ment to Oregon’s
- iz>- the best of the lands. I shoiihl country w uh c . i .1 t« » ini* find and
helps law to provide for a levy of
It is rumored thal Mr. I
1 pi: , ,80 of my be »orry to m « o any reserve- thrown 1 none of tin in Im««
tax on the asaesameot of 1903. In represent-the 0. 1 -. N
visit, said tl.
heard of it b< lore.
1 ...:ght, open.
fr I inted interviews quite a number of l>ut whether th be true i i
rotary of the |
‘was to indu e th
This fact, howev ,i. awakened
"I took back to Washington with
mators and Representatives have matters little, ¡'or as soon e
•« of state , me a complete list of all the st .'e , recollections ¡n the m mis of old
I lieu land where ihr' "ta; 8 titles ,
pressed theopinion’lhat an emer- vast deposit of e ■ -,f a
tuners u ho had notic*- I imilar in-
is tlfit huv been old w
l:D IN |7.
""nicy does exist, »nd that there cial quality are
to ex. -th h.ve fail:--!,
at the purchasers the boundary of proposed forest n - HpectiohS i'l that . ■< i on which wi 1]
I : i n- i mjiiib I life i insurance Mt the lowed raic
ould be’a’special! session of the this valley, ti
tib'i- three payments are hkk I o
could have I ...
•tect them- • rves in Oiegon, evidently in until - now b«. iny stig itod.
gislature, and that no legislation provided. A nu:i :
i. | selves by making t
It should bo add 1 that the
titles gt»O<l ipation of the creation of a rcservi
• I A paid up policy.
ould be enacted other than what railway c >mpa:
u 1 .-
B >• I
* * ■ ash surrender value.
■ with scrip or el : i v i . The Sec- 1 his list contained tin- name of tin words I • win and Clr
I in xcclled a« it dividend payer,
M necessarygto cure.’ the defect in to be the Grst to get tl r lii
in |retary recoived n
yerticuiiy (low n this ’ i' e, while the
i /’/•: itKi'oiu: roil /v>/ /»7
i law referred to. I do not know the field.—Grant C uuty N-
aud heard ail ti ' 1 had to offer in
1 he departiueut now ha- a copy
ethej a majority of them enter-
1 behalf of th» -■ i "ho are about lo of the list and the secretary of the treA, but immediate ly 1 low tie
<H nt r.il Ag< ntn.
District Man iyur.
n this opinion or not, but if I am
A Remarkable Case.
¡use title to iicu 1.rods in this stiite i Interior told me that when the re 1 letters.
||. A. Dillard, Agent.
ured that they do, and that their
On the side of f| « - mountain.
‘Tie said that, however much he serve is created he will try to s,•••
One of the must remit rkable c.v
eral localities^would suffer if no
of a cold, deep-s- ited on the lung-,
is.made for 1903, I will, at the
causing pneumonia, is that of .Mr . erless to give the preference 1 de- manner are left out. I understand where this tr ■ stu d . a ftton»’ lori •
per'time,convene the 1-gi^lature.
with him, that ‘baHe’ is depreciating in lias been feund. 15
Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind., sired. 1 «¡id not agr.
Before taking any action in the
■ bout large enough l< I bold a half
who was entirely cured by the use
misee,'however, I must be satis-
dozen men and j- • ivided with
of One Minute Cough Cure
She lhat the Laud Du partment is pr&c- •
upon both these points. If,
loopholes. Th« rock
In 1 t ;magetueni
A Good Name.
says: “The coughing and st.-aining’
■efore, the Senators and Repre-
show ev denci «cif having been
bo weakened me that I ran down in
From personal experience 1 testily
.ativee, or at.least a majority of
granted thi.« that DeWitt's Little Early Risers struck with bullet- . t nome Jiue in
weight from 118 to 92 pounds. I rue thal he could h.
n, will address me communica-
tried a number of remedies to no ' preference if he w ould.
•ire unequalled as a liver pill. The
a, ■ 8 requesting that a special ses-
11*- *■ * ■- | h - o | i I<- of Eust m>d Central Oregon »11 Ile- ..|«p«,rt..... i\ ,f »
Another historical relic in thi« 1
’s opinion prevail- are rightly named because they
avail until I used One Minute
in Bii-ine«« Colli.gv. Il is h lini«« inHtibition eon-riiig
eie of the Legislature : e «livened
Cough Cure. Four bottles of this
give strength and energy and do
il ilved in Bugine«* College Work
II» rat«« a,«■ Ile- -in«-
rder to'cure the ¿defect . in the
wonderful remedy cured me entire- only way for the purchasers of these their work with ease—W. T. En>-
ieri* aii<l th<-rnethoils hi «' Ilio «aule Ulti leni « ndmilteil
~‘i" Ips law, or to provide for a levy
Iii.-.lriii'timi ut II h » College or bv mali. Duiin/l1-
, ly of the cough, strengthened my lieu lands to save themselves in to on. Boerne, Tex. Thousands of
>- tax on the ueeMineiit of 1903,
g r<c.v.i, Con.-c-
'- < ' .* Wlll l-iilldlli l H
lungs and restored me to my nor . Bettie upon the .la nds, t.ike a reiin- | ' -'pie are lining these tiny pills in where nny tiuda
assuring me that th
mal weight, health and strength.” quishment from t he Blate and 6ie! preference to all others, because qneiitly the logs with which it was
,-Jthe enactment of any other
Many of them they are so pleasant and effectual built had to be haul d a long di >
Sold by Burns druggi-t-
sr whatsoever .^atl.sueli
taino up the niotnn. <
cannot do this.
They cure biliousness, torpid liver,
i. who lesi re a reviewiag or prepiviP i « or««
that they will pr iniptly ad
a view of the
"While I was ii i Washington, or jaundice, sic k headache, I '.qutip i of this cabin in wL
I ..f [«-a w<irk, ami full informal ion on llu-im'-« I'oll«-k'«'«ule
i upon the'enactmer
-f - : i X o r i c e o r a d m i n i st r atio s. ' ribortly after I hif» tiler. . the de-
entire country can be •■an for many
tion, etc. They do not purge and
w then I will, in du« course,
parltoenl iuh T s a i.uoiin -nient of a weaken,but cleanse and strengthen miles. I li « wh,» ha vv examined
To all that it may concern.
1Æ. ZZ. ZSlgr"b37-,
a call for a special
the ruins ut I hi m log ca bin state thal
reserve pol my which is radi- "old by Burns druggist«
Notice is her by g. ei . th
«gislature. Other* -«• I shall
caily different fr-, a tba' . hich Las
«J □« that nd emerger. y «xists undersigned, lune '«'«’biting, wt
it was built.
prevailed in the p t 1 he new plan
Furniture cheap- r than ever bi
>i > several counti-s
- • 1 the 10th day of Oct. 1903
I he above in ftbo.i t ail that fc
has already he' u published in the
fore in thia town. We I bought
' .1 districts in thi-
and ap|Hiiiiled Administratrix of
known at pr ent
Oreg, riian's Wash if gton di-patches.
right awl will sell right, The very
estate of Frank »V. McClintocl
ecline to issue said cah
«11 1- pursued in nicest in Eace
and Muslin Cir-
im induced to tak '
Reclion. The carve*
'.be future, I hav no' ing further
and inspect, fort and log ^gbin ar» il l* (ill 0'1(1
__ of the fact that it has nev-r
re» rvew, but We can plea e you in belli sty
Indian trail which I,> .< been used
-laimed, until tXe r
atd<- by required to pre mu
■ eve’ rewomed, I and price
Bureaus, Chiffoniers, if th a
iglnaa f»»r i r* habiy bun
of the Supremo C «".rt, that ed as by law require«
*bali rise and pre■1« ■ ns vigorously
drena pf i ears and it
L - nergency existed for c uyen-
thiH trail I?*win «nd ( lark and their 1 ! /o.
attention to all kinds of Draying
of Oct. 1903, at Bu
everything in our line —Burn-
K' e legislature in ■
expedition travel» «! iwhile on their
way aerms III» coutil,«
nd yet now that the «object
'ph rit m»*n 32^
er discussion, it has been
. r it has 11» • in mil «1 for
V to my attention ' t nunier-
to are in courve < prepara-
Cured of PI.
hich will be erg i fur pass-
■me entirely rte « | iu their
Mr. C. II
some for tbe’j*: i! eflawe the piles fo
r passed, and on -r- u ,«•■ - dollar« could i
to existing^*' >»• -
All good. DeWi i
gislation could b-
-<l cured him pe
* be regular mri
aide for cute. 1
Ata, to attar, pt
r, w lacerations, e
bat tend to ms'-
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