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BURN.S, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JAN CARY’2, 1904.
are never ¡OREGON NOW WAITED UPON . was omitted before the act of 1899 SPECIAL SESSION ADJOURNS
passed, and the si-ctii.n was dtfec
JOHN D DAI.Y, 1‘nis
N. U. CARPENTER, l\mu,
»vain received by their owner.
The woi'ls that were tup
FRANK R.< tlFEIN, V ick Par:»
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C a *»
The good result* to be derived
[ p08< <1 to have t'ceii omitted have CHANGE IN METHOD OF COLLECTING !
NEWELL WANTS TO LEARN OF ANY from a local association of the WITH RIGHT 0c WAV GIVEN. WORK
-upplii'J ami as now amend 'J
cattle growers in each precinct can
ON CANAL PROCEEDS.
be learned by communicating with
OF P3ÜR&S, OREGON.
‘ S ‘ction 5030 Such persons,
J. B. Johnson, secretary of the
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
It Eastern Ore,on can Agree on- a Location a Cattle Grower* association of Union Secretary of War Authorize» Use of $5243^, companies and * qorp irations may Interest on Tas Sales is Limited to the Rate
of IV per Cent--(lovernor Reco,-
Portion ot Reclamation Fund May be
precinct, which includes all the
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Spent in Near Future,
demnation and appropriate m of
River to Big Eddy.
country tributary to Prairie City.
S tockiioldbrh John D. Daly, Frank K. Coflin, N U. Carpenter, K. J.
the right to tho flow of water in
During the past season this local
The special session of the legisla
WlllianiH, J. W. Geftry, C. Cinninin--. H . M. Horton, C. A. Haines, W'in .
Oregonian News Bureau, Wash-
association printed a list of its
Jonew, Tlnnnas Davit*.
ture adjourned on Wednesday,
ington. Dec. 26.—F. H. Newell,
membership and the stock brand correspondent snvs: Following the propose to ilivejt. water, below the holding only three days When
chief engiueerof the government
S/aiff anti County fyfarrants ôouy/tt ai Oía »narirai prie*.
of each member. These notices receipt of telegraphic advk «■ that [Kiint of divej.icni .Vested in the asked what he thought of the work
reclamatipn service, will attend the
This bank is Insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
were posted in different parts of the Oregon Legblirture h id made owners of lands • 1 ,i ng contiguous to of this session of the Legislature,
convention of the Woolgrower«,
or hold up day or night.
this county and adjoining counties an appropriation for purchasing such stream« by W >a ‘ of their lo Governor Chamberlain expressed i.
Association in Portland January
and at the various railroad ship
himself ns highly pleased. He
11 and 12. During his brief visit
ping points. The Bule Mountain Celilo canal, the Secretary of War brought in the county wilt re the said that the session" was as short
Mr. Newell expects to hold several
Eagle is informed that during this authorized the immediate expendi lands to be affected, dr spine por- as he expected it to l>e, and while
conferences with persons who are
season alone the members of that ture of $52,339 for deepening mid tion thereof, are situated, and the some acts had been passed which
deeply interested in irrigation and
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♦ oae> raer*
association recovered fully twenty widening the channel 'of the Col manner of proceedure therein shall were not urgently needed, the pas
»re anxious to have the government
JOHN 1). DALY, 1’ ui : mdi : nt .
head of cattle which they would umbia River ut Three Mile Rapids be similar to that prescribed for (he sage of these acts had evidently
undertake the construction of stor
have lost entirely had it not been This is a part of the rec ntly ap condenmation of lands in chapter not prolonged the session.
age reservoirs and canals in East
for their organization and the proved project.’ The Secretary 2 bf title 41.
The Legislature passed 18 Senate
ern Oregon. He is particulaily
‘ Provided, that no person owning bills and 16 house bills. Among
methods adopted in caring for each deems it necessary to provide i:i
anxious to see if public interest in
open river from the Dalle, to Big lands lying cjutiguoua to any natu these were charters for the follow
OF ONTARIO ’ OREGON •
irrigation has increased since his
The success of any industry to Eddv before work is begtirt on the ral stream shall, without his con ing towns:
last visit, and to learn if there is any
Accounts of Corporations. Piiins und Individ»»!»
sent, be deprived of water tor house
day seems to rest in organization, ship canal.
me project in Oregon that espec-
The War Department is higlih hold or domestic use,or for the pur j Ray,Dalle* City, Athena, Lostine,
and the sooner the cattle growers
ally appears to the people as being
STOCKHOLDERS:—John D. Daly,
d imam Jones, F
of the county, and for that matter pleased at the action of (he Oregon pose of • watering hie st ''
1,1 °f| Lebanon,Beaver Hill, McMinnville,
more worthy than all others of
Coffin, Abner Robbins, 15. F. Olden, hi.
Alexander, N. U. Car pea- I
the sheep growers, organize their Legislature, bebfving that much water necessary to i irrigate cr.qis i Cottage Grove, Seaside.
ter, William Miller, E. II Test, Thos.
precinct associations, the sooner time will be saved- by tho state, growing upon such lands, and act it-1 The general laws passed, includ
If he call find that the public
the work of the rustlers on the rather than the general GovSi nmeuf. ally used therefor, nor shall the! ing those which have become laws
E. II. TENT, ttahier.
generally is anxious to have work
range will lie stopped.—Blue Mt. undertaking to Tieipiir' (ho right of rights of any prior appropriator I I upon approval of filing by the gov
commenced in some one locality,
witt.out his imise'il b? materinlly i ! ernor, are as follows:
way. The Department e
Mr. Newell is likely to concentrate
affeete-l or impaired regard less of, S. B. 8, Wade—Amending sec
however, that the improve
the efforts of the field engineers in
wln-;her such appropriation whsi tion 2927 of code, relating to ap
the river at Thfceo Mile
Cured After Suffering io Years.
that one locality during the com
m .de f ir use upon rip iriati or non- ! pointment of deputy District At
must be paid to- out of the
ing summer, so that surveys find
B. F. Aare, Supt Miami Cycled now aVcilal’ile for The Diilb
riparian ln ii.”'
torneys in Eighth District.
examinations can be pressed to.a Mfg. Co, Middleton, O suffered for [n'-j'-ot, ami 'vlien this wmk
It will be noticed that under the j S B 9. Smith, of Yamhill—Fix
conclusion, and the data laid before ten years with dyspepsia. He spent pie ted there will be little reimtining | p: .i . ¡sinus, of this act no owner of a j
the Secretary at the close of the hundreds of dollars for medicine to be used on the canul prop-r, un water right can be deprived of wa-l ing salary of Judge of Lincoln
next soaeon. If some project of and with doctors without receiving less Congress, al the present session, for for which lie has a use. The I County.
S 15 17, Rand—Amending law
this sort shows good features after any permanent benefit He says shall increase the nppropi i.i.li' u.
purpose evidently i* to prevent a 1 r,,i lilting to executions at penitenti
examination, and promise.« to be a ‘‘One night while fueling exception
Major Langfitt will at once be in ripu'iau owner from exercising bis
success, it is not improbable that ally bad I was about to throw down structed to comnmi.ee firn ri tnoval i supposed right to have wati r flow al v; approved by Gi vernor.
some action may be taken by the the evening paper when I saw an ‘ of obstructions in the river t> tweeii in i s channel even tliougl he has ; ( 8 15. 18, Pierce—Amending sec
mi 3089, fixing time for giving
Secretary next winter that will re item in the paper regarding the The Dalles and Ceiii . by iruitiv- no use for it
of tax levies; approved by
suit in the expenditure of a part of merits of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.! ing small islands and stiomerged
A General Banking Business Transacted
Oregon’s contribution to ,h(! recla I concluded to try it and while I reefs, liini blasting nway numerous
A Vest-Pocket Doctor.
S. 15. 19. Rand—Fixing time of
mation fund in the development of bad no faith tn it I felt better after 1 foints that extend into the - ■m.ni
its own arid lands.
the second dose.. After using two and tend to obstruct navigation ' O-tie Minute Cough Cure gives
During his Portland visit Mr. bottles I am stronger and better This work will be done by ccntracfj relief in one minute, because it kills , District; filed by Governor.
Newell alee hopes to meet the com than I have been in years, and I if possitJe, ,. 1 v. rtio. ini oi for th • illicit bi which tickles ths mu*.| 8 B 21. Marsters—Appropriat
mission to be appointed by the recommend Kodal Dyspepsia Cure | which will be prepared bv Major | cons membrane, causing the cough, ing $2>0O for furnishing barracks
at Soldiers’ Home.
governor of Washington to consid to my friends and acquaintances . Liingntt.
and nt’ the same time clears the j 8. B 22, Carter—Amending sec «
er the advisability of amending suffering with stomach trouble.”! The department believes that phlegm, draws out the inflatnation ■
tion 3122 of corle. limiting rate of
the water laws of that state.
Sold by Burns druggist*.
this portion of the river can be fully and heals and sooths the affected interest on tax sales to 10 per oent;
improved by June 30, 1905. Wlmn parts One Minute Cough Cure tiled by governor.
Celilo Canal ia Key to Problem.
A TWENTY MILL TAX.
Issues all forms of sound lifo iu.-nrance at the love t rilles. Ourpolieid*
the work is completed more than strengthens the lungs, wards off
S 15. 23, Brownell—Providing
guarantee after three payments are made
three miles will be open to steam pneumonia and is ii harmless and that assignees of claims against
,-J. Durkheimer, vice-president of
I. Automatic extended insurance for tho f ice of the contract.
Canyon City kept up its usual boat navigation.
never failing euro in all curable counties for fees paid to recorders
II. A paid up policy.
Wadhams & Co said to the Jour
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
good record of supporting its public
illegally shall not be peunittedto
nal: “The key to the transporta-
Unexcelled as a
school last Monday afternoon by of the Columbia was an important One Minute Cough Cure is easy to
maintain suits on same; approved
don problem in the Northwest is
LvrA’.sT/L'.t /’A' iiwoiih roir /.vs f
yoting a twenty mill tax, of which feature of the originiil Harts pfah, take harmless and good alike for
.he Celilo* canal. The passage of
Sherman & Harmon,
It. H. Benedict,
ten mills are for school purposes as well as the subsequent plan of young and old. Sold by Burns,
.he appropriation bill of $100,000
S. B. 26, Mulkey—Authorizing
and ten mills for building purposes, the Engineer Board, and in a re druggists.
H. A. Dillard, Agent.
s gratifying, and it is hoped that
issuance of life diplomas in certain
all of which was done without a port of Major Langfitt the early
no delays will tsko place in the se
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commencement of the work is
urniture cheaper than ever be-' 8. B , Wehrung —Amending sec-
curing of the right of way at once,
The director* late in the fall were urged, because he says the State fore i.i this town
We bought (¡OU.5030 of code, relating to con-
and that the government will take
instructed to erect a new school
up tho work at the earliest possible building in this district, and ar Portage Road, if constructed, will right and will sell rifht. I he very | demnation of water rights; filed by
be of no practicable hermfit until nicest in Lace and Muslin Cur- Governor.
moment. With a water route for
rangement* have been made to Three Mile Rapids are made navi tains. Ladies, call
H. R, 1, Kay—Repealing the
the transporting of produce and
commence work on Ahis structure gable. At all ordinary stages of We can please- you
in both style l>|le]pg t„x |.iv; approved by the
merchandise the exhorbitant cost
early in th* spring. The structure the water, inasmuch as the western and prife.
Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Governor. H 15. 2, Kay—Re-en-
of carriage over the Northwest rail
will cost between $3000 and $4000 terminus of the portage i two miles i
Sideboards, iron Beds, and in fact acting the old tax law; approved by
road lines will be overcome. The
and the tax voted last Monday will east of the begiuing of these rapids. everything hi our line.— Burns
freight rates above The Dalles are
Aflurds the people of East him I Centrnl O iimii nil the opportunity of a
brii.g in sufficient money to pay Bnt more than this, he says, the | Furniture Co.
on an average double those on the
H. B 8, Carnahan—Fixing fees
ilrst-elaRH modern Businrss College. Ii in a home institution covering
one-fourth of the cost of the pro improvement of this part of the
every course involved in B iihiih ’ hr ( ,‘olh’g • work It« rates are the same
of recorders and county clerks in
posed structure.—Blue Mt. Eagle. river will give ready access to the
aa charged elsewhere and the methods are tin- samo. Stu tents .admitted
‘•All the people in the North
Just One ni < ute.
counties of more than 100,000 popu
at any time, instruction nt the College or l>v mail. During the Rummer
lower extremity of the canal, when
vest, numbering in the neighbor-
What’s in a Name?
months the College will conduct a
work is actually commenced, ami
Never in the way, no trouble to
lood of 1,500,000 will be directly
H. B. 1(5, Halt—Fixing Salary of
will thus be of great importance, carry, envy to take, pleasant and County Judge of Josephine County;
ir indirectly benefited by the low-
Everything is in the name when
ring of freight rates. The open it comes to Witch Hazel Salve, Thp earlier this is Jone »ha belter, never failing in results are DeWitt’s fil' d by Governor.
II. B. 23 Shelley—Revising the
iver will put the vast region of E C. DeWitt <i Co. of Chicago dis
tax exemption law; approved
Castern Oregon, Washington and covered some years ago bow to make proper ruay l>e commenced as soon 1 tb< sc little pille in the vest pocket by Governor.
iroductive parts of Idaho in profi- salve from Witch Hazel that is a as the Guyeenment has title to the I is a certain guarantee against head
II. 15 29. Malerkey—Raising
able touch with the markets. The specific for piles. For blind, bleed right of way, the Secretary author: ache, biliousness, torpid liver and salary of Circuit Judge in Multno
;rain alone of the vast inland em- ing, itching and protruding Piles, I zed the expenditure of f*10,00() of1 of ail the ills resulting from consti mah County; approved by Gover
>ire ¡ b about 5,000,000 bushels a eczema, cute burns bruises and all I availab’c mor ey Tor the preparation pation. They tonic and slrengthen
H. B. 31, Judd—Amending sec
the liver. Sold by Burns druggists tions 4322 and 4323 of the code,
ear, to say nothing of the output skin diseases DeWitt's Salv* has
f fruit, wool, hides, hay and no equal. This has given rise to j and estimates that willMie n.'-de l
relating to liens upon mares for
stallion service; filed hv Governor.
lomestic animals of greut value, numerous worthless counterfeits. in letting c >ntract« fir tha con
All the W N. Jorgensen stock of
H. B. 37, Gault—Relating to
Vi th the completion of the govern- Ask for. DeWitt’s—the genuine, struction of the canal. It, is true; ¡"Welry, clocks, stationery, notions,
competency of witnesses; approved
nent improvements a saving of i sold by Burns druggist*.
etc at his old stand must be closed by Governor.
Congress makes a farther appropri
ullv $1,500,000 a year in freight-
H. B II Edwards—Prohibiting
out at a sacrifice and the goods are
ation, but in view of th
Jone would be made to the produc
being -old nt greatly reduced prices killing of ph'snnta before 1906;
filed by Governor.
er* and merchant*. The tar-reach- NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR has been made, it is 41i“v
Many valuable ami appropriate
IL B 42, Ways and Means Com- | Prompt attention to all kinds of Praying
ng effect of the open river means ¿To all whom it may concern: sufficient funds will b<
Christmas presents may lie found mitten—Appropriation bill; approv
and Transfer Business.
lie settling up of the Imlatwl Em- Notice is hereby given that the tin-
in this clock Cull curly.
'd by Governor.
. dersigned was on the 19th day of 4 work during ’he • «x’ ft'- il
por ru*h orders uee ’ph ne fO »in 324
Dec. 1903, by the County Court of
Pair ipiz-3 hod>95 cfat 3 spia i t "G'een fl^’
MIST ISE WATER.
Harney County Oregon, duly ap
RESTS IN ORQANIZATIO».
pointed a* Executor, with will an
The growers of cattle in many nexed, of the estate of Jorgen Jor
riect ona of Grant county are con gensen deceased, end all person* t •>f the wVter rig
sidering the matter of forming Inca) I having claims against said estate ere by irrign’i
associations, one of the principal are hereby notified to present the pnrpo«" of on
obj-cts of which i* to prevent and same duly verified an by law Legillati^e i
For j»ak Ot.ly at
put • Stop to the work of riiMlere required, U» the underaigned, at says the <>re
in this county. It is not known, Burn*, Oregon, or to George Haves b**1 filed, by
nor can one realize the number of Atty, at Law at Bum«. Oregon, L< 0'.me a iaw.
(f.tf'f 3 > *
cattle that disappear from the within six month* of this dale.
The new la
vt cnnr.lv will 8t.‘ Paul, the frontispit < 8 being an frimniin^s, and will make a. bftti
county each year, and while possi
C. H. V oeutly .
c »mpletio». <i
there. Dr. excellent likeness of G urgia Har- $'¿0, right here, than you can hay
bly only a small number are stolen
Executor^ with will annexed of ingérer Cott
outright, a large number of I wad I ll»e
of Jorgen Jorgenson de- ' lion was e na<
Tants Sand npi prcssin^^s<>^k
.^rthe people of Burn* give* the tale ntad actress great
drift into adjoining counties sod 1 erased.
I some error a
took after our irrigation credit and also mentions the whole ing suits $1; suits cleaned an
Bring in your old clothe-
.lereeta particularly. Wm. Han- company Thev have added two
ley and J, L. Sitz will also attend gentlemen ard one Indy since for the winter-
the convention a* well a* others.
WILL CONFER WITH PEOPLE on strange ranges, and
First National Bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Í
PENN MUTUAL UfE INSTANCE -OMPflNY.
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CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
A. L. HUNTER,
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