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BURNS, HARNEY COL NTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 26, 1003.
,0 IRRIGATION THIS
■ NI» -»AI Y
u it. < «>!'!
-• - .
REUEr THE LEASL
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th T \ i' I ' II, ( A**friPR,
i. < a «pv’m .
Hydrographen Believed tK
Project is the Best, but V>-u:
thcr Surveys Before Dev*J. •
K ' V»*
Al LOI lib
hid. iJ- Solicited.
Oregonian, News Hun
lla. ogton, Dec 19.— Notwiii - it
he fact that'O'e hi has <
!’fe...l more to tin Xaijunai
lll'*. iuii lha 1 any other st
fat.m, it is perfectly evidi nt Irani
1Sj le explanation made
he/ Engineer F. H
te reclamation sen
'■ >111 ::i lees of Cnngri . s’
b .t iml
art of this great fund 1- •. > '
betp i'i*t fo. actual cmiatrne' 1
eOiegon for ut least one \ ......... I
trbiips tor several yearn to eonH-
count.- ol ( '< -i-i oi nt ion
-__)red_, but he is not yet satisfied
VHat the Umatilla project sliouid be
» rpm up by the Government More
LJLta is needed, and will be gather
nlutcij next summer. Until farther
Jffl'htails are available and more
irough surveys have been coin-
the departmept will not feel
ttiul,;tified in authorizing the con-
uction of any project iu Eastern
• miifn Idaho, says Mr. Newell, ex-
inations will be resumed next
----- -lug at two localities on Snake
I!E,.ver, near American Falls and at
Anthony. These two systems
““^template the reclamation of
A small r tract
¡coptir Norse will also be surveyed.
;tCT. n the course of his general re-
pfin'rks Mr. Newell brought out the
t that the great bulk of the re-
mation fund is to be u- 1 it the
set in states and territ rd - th.it
jjjj ; most in need of irrigation.
nILi^y states that have contriiiut.-d
least to the reclamation fund
get the greater share of the
ney paid out at first. Work*
^^amenced on Milk River. M ,ta-
Salt River, Arizona, and Truc-
arju River, Nevada, will
■'" jrding Io present in-1 \iti *
ra»1 great bulk of the
d- t. .'.
¡¡able, and before surveys in
gon and Washington are cotu-
ed it is apparent that the r. -
tewCnd«r of the poseent fund w.h
T *®0 been allotted for w rk- n
a¿¡er states. There is
! . t
t Oregon will have to wait.
A WORD OF ENCOtRvi! At -I.
Prineville, Dec. 9th.
C9»=iy Dear Professor Rig'.v—
my trip West, si-
. ns, I have beenthi;
about you and th splendid
^e you represent in
in Eastern Oregon; and I < iv*
de»! to write you a w rd f
iabon At its ir.
call their own
with splen ¡WILL SEND A DELEGATION
did effect in the . . -t interest ot
their young men an 1 women who
desire to win in life’s battle.
HARNEV COUNTY REPRESENTED AT
I wish you the highest success
in your grand work of supplying
¡higher edueatio il
1 vantages for
the people of Eastern Oregon.
The Local Association Will Elect Them at
May the divine V.easing attend
Meetisg Next Saturday-Leaslng
Bill to be Discussed.
your labors and pr ;>ei the worthy
pian who li"t
old blood, against
two mobs were organized,
and who is now e entenced to hang
at Salem, Janunrj r 29, 1904, still
'entertain hope of dying a natural
The night of bis sentence L> death
Egbert attempted to take his own
j life, while iu a lit of jail hysteria,
cause is th prayer oi
The Harney County stock associ ■ After hi doom r*”d Fw-ii prerwiiin-
Your sine re friend,
J K. MacGilvray. ation will send representatives to ed the double murderer ran the
the National Livestock Convention length of th<? two cells in the county
which meets in Porllund next jail at Burnsand battered his head
The Lone Star State.
month. Such is the announcement against the rods of his cage. For
at Yoakum, is a made by some of the officers of the two days afli r t lie rash act he lay
Down in Tex
big dry goods firm if which Mr. J. local organization made to the in a kind of stop
M. Haller is tl head. Mr. Haller Times-Herald the first of the week
The officers in re of the opinion
on one of his rips East to buy
It is understood a meeting of tin tli.it 1. ;I.‘ it li'.- iii red to add another
goods said to a friend who was executive committee has been call to his crimes of murder while en
with him in tl >- palace car, “Here, ed to meet here on January 2tli for route to Salem,
take one of the-.' n tie Early Ris- the purpose of electing delegates to was at Austin sta ation for breakfast,
era upon retiring and you will be represent this section.
the condemned man was being
up early in the morning feeling
The Times-Herald approves of taken 1 through a h ] led by Deputy
For the ‘ dark brown” this and is sure it will result in Buoy
Handvufld had 1fur the
taste, headache a .1 that logy feel- good to the stock interests of this time been
removed, and as he WHH
ing DeWitt’s Little Early Risers county. The fact that John 1’. passii ng through the sh'.d his eye
are the best pills to use. Sold by i Irish will be one of the speakers fell 01 n a eledgu bar limer 1 ying on
Burns druggi-t -.
Co .1 I • a 1 tinnii h ¡R hand
and the announcement that the the si 111,
land leasing proposition will again went out and grasp*'J the impromp-
The Irrepressible Joseph.
be brought up is eullicient reason tu we ;apon, but bel u•e he h<id time
I for prompt action. Col. Irish is mure than to form a res olution,
Chief Jose; ph will make another known to favor the leasing law and Depu ity Buoy sprau g forwi»rd and
visit to Wusl hingtoQ City in Janu- is no doubt being well paid for his disarmed him
ary, to make uu
er and final ef- ' efforts toward getting a bill through was to mak
fort to have a
rtain portion of congress.
deputy then is
restored to his 1 The stockmen of this section are minds of tin ofli
chief evidently ; almost a unit against such a law. on his mo
puts his faith in
! old adage: “If I They fail to see the benefit of it
at first yog d<
succeed try, try ; and will therefofe continue to op-
again.” But al!
8 trying he may I |>OHe such a m • inure until convinc-
do will avail hi
nothing. Wal- . ed of its effectiveness.
Iowa county is
By attending thu convention they
with a d< -Irabb P' >pulation of in- I wiil lie able not only to get the
ple ta think for I views of prominent mon from all
one moment th
irnmeot ' *torkraising sections, but to also
is now ) express the views and sentiment uf
held by th w
rre it to I thia section If the association ia
the old chi
less and 'I. ; *11 1 u
. ga t* •
efs fol- good can be done for local
lions which are not underst
Ge od for Children.
.. i’lirtlaml dispatch says: The
O R <t X. map that is used by the
oli.ends shows projected lines in
1 astern Oregon of which nothing
b n been heard, and one of these
p'jiet.s lor which surveys have
V 1 n 111 1 le end plans drawn is an
• t.-i-.ii from the present termi-
■"ii- to the Sumpter Valley road at
uu.pti r into th*» John l)ay coun
1 ids line is believed by engineers
to be easily feasible, since the John
D e valley furnishes an easy grade,
prospected the lino would
- through Canyon City and fol-
w the John Day Riyer toward
Such a line would afford an ex-
'■< ¡lent opportunity for a line to the
terminus of the Columbia .Southern
ut Burns. and hesideH opening up
¡1 of central Oregon would afford
to 1 lie Harriman lines outlet« to the
inn-rior at Baker City and Biggs,
• that time shipments from the
E-l could he si-nt by these routes,
relie . ing the I’emlleton branch of
its present heavy traffic.
Rev Z W. Commerford and wife
• rid Rev. McGillovray were victims
of a runaway accident last Thurs-
■ vi-nir •
1 hey had been vis
iting ut Templeton’s below the city
end a 1 - . ■ ned tug frightened the
in : -1 “ when returning. The ani
mal* broke from the carriage and
■ 'Up..nts were com|>eile<i to
w k home a distance ot several
ih s—Prineville Journal.
One Hundred Dollars a Box
honey st Huston’s.
gon boot en
Harry D. E
J ______ X
Fhe Finest of All
1 of the Mui
ü CLUB WHISKY
Ivr Stic Oal * at
tel Burns Bar
with a load o
11 A Tisdale, Sum
in r' n, S C„ places on DeWitt’s
Witch Hazel salve. He says: "I
id the piles for 2<> years I trie«]
11 fl ny d .ctors and medicines, but
i d ex-- pt DeWitt’» Witch
with antiseptics and emol- ‘
lienta relieves and permanently
cures ' In. I. I>le>-ding, itching and
protri ■in g pil'-s, sores,cute, bruise»,
a, salt rheum arid all »kin
S.,ld by Burna DrugiriiU
i i ar-
B. F. WHITE, VicB-Pwa«oaNT
HOWARD SEBREE, PRtaiotNf
W. R. SEBREE, C ashirh
i <i®* • ialw.
i'S * m > inetitulioa wb
W Hi. iu Jones, FrwuM U.
Alexander, N. U, I'arpoM-
I. TESI’, ('luihier.
Yurageinent and 0
R ' i,
decided merit of P
mm I tic ted by you
•T n< tun.
'Y«l was every pleasn* ;
upon visiting ' H
arn of the high eh
carried on. an
_ « _
J* *^fcel rare that toe |
—tS'slally of the city
Collin, Ahm r Rolibin,, I,
1er, William Mill r. K il Ti t
k as yours meet*
l'uni: anil Individuell«
1' r Urfceat amount to '
1 tbali in .and aietiie leas. . .
I' laiciaiming their arid l.it.o
„u Stated lb
ect at has been d ine :n < >.
soiEjum complete' The
rica nb re,; last .'Sumnie,
i- 1 of tiin p .s,
plfä, veral p■■".jetjt.s exauuu
er : arveys will be m
MFö.i‘ ■< ,1 viii be possible to o
' fiuileiy what one of th ■
\ , Ji
"ejects is best. The preli .nitia.-y
i.i laminations lead him to believe
„„„at the Umatilla project i- super-
to either the Silvies River or the
Q^'schutes, so far as it has been ex-
tenlioo to the fact that
. r -J
Q^Tninirv i ' i iiii nation-'
¡THpe engine, rs of Ins sen
. . .
f*tc mi-fri prfa.
ir.- i .e-, by butglnry
n>‘ y. ’
Burns, 9 Ore
Tirsi Rational Bank
A Genenil Bonking Business transacted
PENN MUTUAL LlfE INSURANCE COMPANY,
IsHUttH all forms of sounil life hemrnni-ii at the lowest rauai. Our polli-Ua
miarantee lifter three payments are made
I. Automatic extended iiiaiiraneo fur th, face u( the cuntract.
II. A paid up policy.
III. Dian or cash surrender value.
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
inves ' viuate heeohe roir inavhe .
Fiierinan A Harmon,
Maripiam llldz ,
It. II. Benedict,
II. A, Dillard, Agent.
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
Afford* the people of Lit hu 'I ( • d ' ih I <»»• . »n nil tlx opportunity at a
first c I mh inotb-rn Bu*ine - College, Il i .« home institution *nverl*f
every course iiivolvixl hi Businc - (<1. - ia <.» k
Its fii I ah arc the «*»*
aa oharge<l el-e where and the meth'eh n.-the tin«» Mtu lenta .admitted
nt any time, fnatruction nt the < • >!.« ; <»r 1». until During the aurnnaoc
months the Collegt* will conduct a
S ummer N ormal S chool
For tamii eru mid otti«’ th who I»-if n r«*i wing or |>fpn» atorjr rniirv«
For specimens of pen work. nul full n.f u-niiíi >n on lluniu<*M Oiltagt eob
IvL. S. T£i£T"b37-, T’xirx.,
Prompt attention to all kinds of Draylng
and Transfer Business.
For rush ordere use ’pH' n Klein 324
fair ipize bodies chit d spiad the Green flad
A. L. HUNTER,
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TRIHCII A IMIXEGAS, Proprietor*