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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 12, 1903.
Major Lee Moorhouse yesterday MOUNT RASTUS MINES RICH
He then and there told RlüHT OF WAY MAY DO IT
; received from a curio deader at
JOHN D DALY, I’m«
■ C CAll’lfTl«, a««raa,
the senator the delegation must
FRANK K.COFFIN, Vie« Pa«»
A C WK1AXJMF. Aaw "-T
Tampa, Frs , a tanned rattlesnake
recommend some new man for ap
this receivership. PRICE OF DAM AND LOCKS AT CELILO skin, five feet long and 8| inches STARI LING DISCOVERIES BEING MADE
IATIONAL ASSOCIATION CONVENTION pointment to
wide, with five rattles. The skin
COST TOO MUCH.
When the Oregon Senators learned
AT NEW CAMP.
is tanned as soft as silk, and is one
this morning of Thompson’s acquit-
OF BURNS, OREGON.
of the most beautiful specimens
tai, they forwarded to Secretary
Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
lanrey Coanty Stock Association Should be-l Hitchcock telegrams announcing Senator Mitehell Will Await Some Actloo 0« ever teen in the city. Major Moor Prospector Jones Adds Fuel to the Flame ot
Represented-'ShouM Get In Closer
this fact, and added:
Enthusiasin-.Dr. Curry's Mine
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Tonck la Derive Benefit.
Will Ask Federal Aid.
lection of Western curios—East
Proves to be Rich One.
This result is precisely as we an
S toi kholokhs
John D Daly, Frank R CeSI«, ■ W. 0arp«nl«r. B J.
ticipated. We believe now, as we
The Portland Journald’« Wash
William», J. W. Geary, C. Cummin», H Id ttwri««, U A. UoinM. W«a .
This office is in < receipt of the
have always believed, that no man ton Correspondent*’says: Senator
A startling revelation of the rich
Jones, Thomas Pavia.
itario« 'fficial circular issued by Charles
in Oregon has a better character Mitchell is in receipt of a letter
At this time a favorite method es of the recently discovered Mt.
S/aft and County Id/arrantf tmydt mt iAm nmmn-tmt jurftm.
•h Martin, secretary of th. Nation-
for integrity and good standing than from General Gillespie, chief of en of hunting ducks and geese is for a Itastus gold field lying about 501
.1 Livestock Association, calling
Is Insured and will be reimbursed for «ay Ions by burglary
hae Mr Thomson. We have been gineers, answering an inquiry party of two or three to haye a boat tr.iles southwest of Baker City was
he convention for a four days’ ses
or hold up day or night.
satisfied from the first, and are still whether further legislation is nec hauled up the river 15 or 20 miles made today by Dr. 11. E. Curry of
ión in Portland beginning on Jan-
satisfied, that any charge against
essary to authorize thejwar depart and drift down on it. By this this city, who is the owner of the
” ace-^ry 12.
him which in any manner affects
mean« the sportsmen are able to Excelsior mine in that camp an-l a
ment to acquire by condemnation a
I 'hlis. .Delegates are appointed as fol-
conveniently hunt out the sloughs part owner in the Curry-Murray
his integrity or his competency or
right of way for the construction of
and bayous in addition to tho sport mine, says the Democrat. The few
fitness for the position of receiver of
a dam and locks at the Dalles and
Each state, territorial, county or
-rw»»-oarxoa«.r w <».raar>-owo-w
they may have on the main river who were given the opportunity to • .TO-CMf* c»*o-
the land office, is not well-founded,
Celilo Falls on the Columbia river.
. jcal range association of cattle,
M AI.KXANDIB, Tm-1'aaatuan«.
It is their custom to camp over see the ore brought in from the Ex X JOHN I». DALY, l’lti sniKM'.
and his removal, in our opinion,
General Gillespie adyised that no
heep, horse or swine-breeders may
celsior and the assays made from it
’■r^r ppoint one delegate for every 10,-
further legislation is necessary but
geese congregate after feeding in today by 1). W. C. Nelson, one of
to a good man.
the present project for the work in
00 head of stock, or part thereof,
the fields.—Corvallis Tinies
After the Secretary had received
the leading assayers of this city,
question requires a diminution of
_ epresented by the members of
the foregoing note, The Oregonian
were simply astounded at the re
OF ONTARIO • OREGON •
uch organization. The governors
correspondent inquired at his office
The Lone Star State.
sults. The principal «ample» from
plans prepaied under the last river
—^f each state and territory may ap-
A ocouii I h ot < A>rporations. Tlrm* imb 4 I x U v IA sms I*
what, if any, change it had made
the Excelsior assayed 508 ounces,
oint three delegates- at large.
and harbor act. The diminution
Down in Texas al Yoakum, is a or $10,500.36 per ton in gold. The
_¿'^Iach feeders’ and breed< rs’ associi»-
of cost can be made if the right of big dry goods firm of which Mr. J.
—John I). Daly. William James, Fva«k B.
to dismiss Thomson, and was told
ion may appoint ono delegate-at- the Secretary stood firm, and, waf can bo acquired free of cost M. Haller is the head. Mr. Haller ore is what is known as sylvanite
Coffin, Abner Robbins, B F. Old««, M AUxaadss, I. D Carpsat-
ter, William Miller, E. 11. Test, The«. Tarabwll
,, irge and one for every 25 members moreover, that in calling on the and the secretary of war has direct on one of hi« trips East to buy and is similar to tho Cripple Creek
ed that work shall not begin until goods Su.id to a friend who was ore both in value and in appearance
,, r part thereof. In counties where
Oregon Senators to name a new re
1. S. T
This sample of ore was taken only
eng),, here is no regular livestock organ- ceiver, the Secretary acted by spe the right of way and release’Ifrom with him in the palaeo car, “Here,
ftbii •station, the county commissioners
damages have been conveyed to take one of these it tie Early Rig
cific direction of the president.
shipped to Dr. Curry by bis men
the government free of cost.
>1 Cofeiay appoint one delegate from
ers upon retiring and you will bo at the mine for testing.
Senator Fulton said today, when
’í Ws: mong the stockmen of said county.
It is doubtful, Gillespie states, up early in the morning feeling
told of the situation, that no one
When seen lust night Dr. Curry
’^lach state or territorial livestock had been recommended to succeed whether without further legislation good."
For the ‘dark brown” said that while this particular
e2,5(, anitary board may appoint three Thomson, and nothing is likely to the federal government will under taste, headache and that logy foel-
stater elegatee. Each state board of be done until Secretary Hitchcock’s take the condemnation proceedings ing DeWitt’s Little Early Risers piece of ore was astonishingly rich
iuk Twas perhaps a picked sample,
hild. griculture or agricultural college formal acknowledgment of the let involving all the expense.
are the best pills to use. Hold by yet it only confirmed his opinion of
Senator Mitchell after consider Burns druggists.
FG. j[|tiay appoint one delegate Each
ter mentioned is at band. Both
the camp and his faith in its future.
irtbSueivestock commission merchants’
ing the whole situation said: “I
senators are indignant to thing that
Tho doctor has been familiar with
xebange may appoint one delegate-
Thompson in view of his acquittal,
this location for a number of years, /|\
—t-large and one for each 25 mcm-
is not to bo reinstated, but they rassed in determining what^to do.
has hunted all oyer the ground and
Each stockyards have not determined whether to I regard the action of the war board
Our friends living on the Owyhee
was one of the first to discover ore IS
iXITsompany may appoint one deb gate,
engage in a protracted controversy and secretary of war as anomalous are justly indignant at the depre there.
"•“lach railway and. transportation
with the Sectetary over the matter. and unwaranted. One of two dation being committed annually
Mr. W. II. Jone«, an old-time
TTDompany may appoint one dele-
things, however must be done to in their midst by cattle rustlers.
A Genomi Bonking
and Montana mining man,
Site. Each chamber of commerce
J^jnay appoint one delegate for every
ment, either the state or tfie people section report the loss of several who owns claims in the Mt Itastus
00 members. Each dairymen’s
Bill Woods passed through our must provide means for the right of head of stock. Mr. J. M. Harris and other Baker City investors,
ssociation may appoint one dele-
way, otherwise congress must by now reports tho loss of 15 head of
^i^'ate. Each state irrigation associ- town en route to the Alvord ranch further legislation do so, and it is suckling calves taken from their came in from camp yesterday and
for a load of hogs.
tion may appoint -on > delegate,
not probable any act or resolution range and offers a suitable reward stated to a newspaper representa
Mr. Hamilton arrived on the
tive that as an old miner he could
iliil-tn alternate may be appointed for
stage from Paradise, and will take to this effect could be gotten for the return of tha stock and the honestly sny ho had never seen a s‘
1 ’ very delegate.
through congress until the river conviction of those who took them.
PFbIM MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
charge of the mill at Vicksburg.
Any bona fide stockman engaged
and harbor bill is reached, perhaps Mr. Harris, with other residents of camp which promised more than
Mr. Hamilton some few years ago
this one. Ho was one of the first
1 "n breeding, feeding, trading or
l!NCO*FOR ATEl> 18«7.
was a resident of Bartlet creek.
to go in there, and samples taken
andling livestock m 1 become a
The heavy storms have made the
from his ground a few days ago
guarantee after three payments are isade
member of this association by the
roads almost impassable. The ing special session I will make an ness and no pains or expense will assayed fro 1; -$1 up to $250 per ton
I. Automatic extended insurance for the faao of the euDlraat.
'ayment of an initiation fee of $10
II. A paid lip policy.
benefits will certainly outweigh the i effort to get action by congress at be spared in the future to bring the in gold Mr. Jones’ principal pro
III. Loan or cash surrender valee.
’S a ™ nd an annual due of $10.
perty, which be cnils tho Unity
Um-icelled as a dividend payer
m. All associations, governors and
Del Defenbaugh paid lie a visit
INl'ESl'KJATE KUEOHhi YO* IHUB
fine Hundred Dollars a Box
.ounty commissioners are requested
from Trout Creek ranch, and load
lie states that many months ago
Kherman A Harmon,
M R Banediet,
o send the names and postoffice
value H. A. Tisdale, Sum
Good for Children.
while prospecting there, tired and
10 A ddresses of their delegates to the ed his team with winter supplies at merton, S. C„ places on DeWitt’s
II. A. IMIIard, Agent.
ecretary as soon as named, in or-
The pleasant to take and harm- worn out with 11 crippled foot, he
The mahogany wood choppers Witch Hazel salve. He says: ‘‘I
üJ’ . ler that the roll may be promptly
have discontinued chopping wood had the piles for 20 years.-^ I tried less One Minute Cough cure gives had in his bund a small prospect
iin -i nd properly arrange I
for the residents at the mine, so the many doctors and medicines, but
ing pick. At his »ide he noticed a
"DIMM Tb’8 ’* an opportunity for our boarding house master has engaged all failed except DeWitt’s Witch Cough, Croup and LaGrippe be
little piece of out cropping rock
IniU.-ocal stockmen to attend a meeting
Lindsey Denio to haul sage brush Hazel with antiseptics and emol cause it does not pass immediately which might have been cover
f this nature. The Harney Coun-
lients; relieves and permanently into the stomach, but takes «fleet ed by a 10x12 »heel of pa|M-r Out
t>Ei®y Livestock Association should be from here.
Bill Ebling was over from Thur- cures blind, bleeding, itching and right in the seat of the trouble. It of curiosity lie broke off a piece of 1
jell represented and get in touch
protruding piles, sores,cuts, bruises, draws out the inflaniation, heals the rock and immediately saw that I
sand creek recently.
rith the big association The lo-
Mr. Beatty was a recent arrival eczema, salt rheum and all «kin and sooths and cures permanently it was the out-cropping of an oar |
al stockmen cannot affjrd to over-
diseases. Sold by Burns Druggists. by enabling the lungs to contribute ledge. He followed this up, with
Albini» tl>« p<-opl« of Ku t and Outrai Oregon «II the opportunity «f »
h«ir-.»ook this meeting as much of gener- from Trouv creek, and reports the
pure life-giving and life sustaining
the result that he now ha» a group
first ria«» rnotbrri B iihíii ««» College. It I« a house inslllnliun euforias
.1 benefit will be discuss d
«very cour»« involve«! in Busin««» Collrg» work
Ito rato« «r» th» ««a»«
The five stamp Huntington mill | After traveling night and day oxygen to the blood and tissues. of fine und promising claims
te'oat Among other things to be dis-
Dr. Armstrong of Delia, Tex., pro
hr cliargi I «I < where «>«1 Ih« melilo«!« ar« Ilio «ama
. ussed as mentioned in the call will
scribes it daily and says there is no
at any tin«-, lust ruction at the < ‘ollaga or by mall. Darla« tha aeraaaar
the greatest success
| out rest or sleep. G.
almost liko a romance, but nearly
chixr«« Forest Reserves, Tran-qeirtation,
month» tlur College will condecí a
Thanksgiving day passed off has decided that the life of a mail better cough remedy made. Hold all of the discoveries of the rich
asutff^rid Lands. The following r«-0T11-
very quietly in our burg. There carrier is too strenuous. He will
mining camp» of the world are
iiacfion is embodied in th-
not interest manifested ask the department to cancel hts
in the extreme and on-
Resolved, That the concentration
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION’
in any gaiety of any sort. The contract.
For tracher» at«l otlu-r» who l««irn« reviewing er prsperstory »««r—
thusiastH here have good reason to
l:”r^«r packing facilities on modern
For «pi ■ itn.-nw of 1« . a >ik. »«'I full infurrnelioe '»• Bu«!ee«» Coll««« »»S
supposition is that everybody en
u; .ines into the bands of a few great
To all that it way concern
joyed their turkey diuner.—Denio
Don't y 1 think one of those fine
"eT:* api tai la ts and into a few market
Notice is hereby given, that the will result in a rich reality growing
correspondent to Silver State.
Waterman fountain pens or a hand- undersigned, Ione Whiting, was on out of a romantic begining
E. lei^-bsr, IPrlxx.,
enters has resulted in almost eli-
- inie ladies gold pen and holder the 10th day of Oct. 1903 duly
oinating competiti in and has
would make your frier.d or «weet- appointed Administratrix of the
¡«i’rvidened the margin I 'ween the
heart an appropriate Christmas
of Frank w McClin|ock d>.
i urniture cheaper than ever lie-1
8tL «rice of cattle on the b >f . id the
A railroad from Toppenish to present. (Horton keeps’em.)
J rested meat to the consumer to a
ceased, and all persons, having fore in thi» town. Ws bought
««»KÑnt that is manifeitl. unfair to Prosser, Washington, is strongly
.claims against said Estate, are here right ami will »«-II right. The very I
| hy requjre<J to
tlwlUi verifi. nicest in Lace and Muslin Cur-!
^(ibe producer, and the n'. remedy
v, m, wllh. tains. Ladies «'all mid inspect
a for the stockmen to combine and
Mrs C E Bailey,a pioneer of Tilla
1(xh <Uy We can pleas« voti in both style
irovida competition by building mook county, died Sunday aged 79. Dalles young ladies are warned to ¡n <ix montb, from
Bureau«, ’ hiffonisrs,
—independent packing plants and
The state irrigation congress of posal, that magistrate having de
n B.-ds, ami in fact
neouraging new Markets.
Dated Oct. 12, 1903.
Prompt attention to all kinds of Drawing
Montana, will meet at Helena on clared that where a young man
everything in our line—Burn«
and Transfer Baslneaa.
proposes to her on Sunday night
mowsow WILL USE HIS PLACE.
Administratrix Furniture Co.
There is a town name«] Monu • he c.nnot sue for breach of pro
For ru*h order* uts *phon* mala MA
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ment in Oregon. And there lent a mise, even if she accepted the pro-
^W>n, Dec. 5—Notwitb- . i g th-
PdtfjpiZH bou$95 chat display k Green F^4
posal, because a contract tn ad« on
physician in the plac-.
1* The Finest of All •**
^^act that a Fedwrai 1
The Salem Woin-n’» Club has
uitt«*d Asa B. Thom
- i-p -nd« 1
ever, out here in Oregon “anion'* I
appointed a commitee of 15 to se
’‘“Receiver of the La Gr.
1 1 ■ ■
cure a free read ng r un for that rul»s differ widely, and when a
Office, of the eharg f e > pti: ¿ a
young man ’’pr«»««« bia suit” on
»nbe, Secretary Hitch .■ k d dares
'unday and a young lady assist»
James Nelson, a frr igber of Belt, ...11 in the job, it but increases the
-dhomeon cannot L- rein*iated
Far Sale Oily at
|CPin>e Secretary |*f - d Senator Moot., was found crushed to death sacred near of the contract To be
, ■ •
«*■’ Bolton that th« mere fact of under his wag >0, near io» borne, rea| safe. however,
;'X hnnaoN having b-
licted Friday morning.
usually adopt the old-fashioned
TRINI II > DOHBUAN Pra^rUWa
* .’«>«! «std that “s
o. ¿ wa-
Panthers killed 25 sheep in the method and take a few “hour«” to
^.rr°wg ■* and th«
ictmcnt. re*- bilie, near Willirnink In retalia dbnaider, at least until after the
—^mrdleee of whether T mp n was tion the owner» have succeeded in midnight hour thus insuring the
Oqents, Burns, Ore.
.. gydjodged inovceat ha t impaired dimini«bi> g the panther population . legality of the contract—TBs
Z m Z cl I co Tlxla
ri . -nt by one.
Roth' i «1 Hr • Dietrib
»TOCKMEN MEET IN JANUARY official.
First National Bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
first gallonai Bank
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Hotel Burns Bar
A. L. HUNTER,
THE CAPITAL SALOON,