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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY. OREGON, FEBRU ARY 20, 1904.
The fact of its being isolated is EASTERN OREGON RAILROADS
D WILL LOSE TRADE less to fight them.
PICKS UMATILLA PROJECT
very reason it should have the
The Oregonian always sees these
JOHN D. DALY, P ues
N. U. CARPENTER, C asuibu ,
advantages of irrigation Let the
things too late to do Portland any
FRANK R. COFFIN, V ice P res .
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C asiitkh
good. Just at present it is taken NEWELL SAID TO FAVOR IT AS SITE government put water on Harney BAKER CITV MAN’S COMMENTS ON
BASIN TO CALL TO SAN
valley amt it would require a dozen
up entirely with the Lewis and (
THE NEW PROJECTS.
clerks at the land oflice in Burns to
Clark fair—in fact all the business i
make our papers as fast as the land
OF BURNS, OREGON.
men in that city are similarly situ-
be taken up, and a railroad Some New Work Will de Itone io the
»ted and allowing things that would ! Chief of the Reclamation Service Discusses
Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited
f. Portland to Retain Its Hold
would follow soon enough. It is
be of lasting benefit to their welfare |
lerest of This Section--Portland
Possibilities of Various Projects
ral Oregoo la b» Extension
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
tin- desire of tlte government to re
Has no Growl Coining.
go as they please
In Eastern Oregon.
claim these isolated localities.
S tockhoi . deus :— John D. Daly, Frank R. Collin, N U. Carpenter, R. J
That city has lost Klamath and '
A prominent local railroad man
Williams, J. W. Oeary, C. Cummins, H. M Horton, C. A. Haines, Wm
tire trade of the rich Lake counties, now it will lose
Chief Newell, of the reclamation
Jones, Thomas Davis.
who is thoroughly familiar with all
An Early Riser.
asin will be beyond the Harney. Grant, Baker and perhaps Service, is quoted by the Oregoni
State and County ^Currants bouyAt at t/te marjtotyrtco.
rtland very early in the Malheur in the same manner. It an’s Washington correspondent, in
llrnf. <nt simmer,” is the statement is a foregone conclusion that this regard to irrigation schemes, as
This bank is insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
tution depends largely on the con article published iu the Oregonian
or hold up day or night.
>ron$nent transportation man will he the case unless something is follows:
has just returned from Califor- done to divert it—which under the
“In Oregon there are three pro dition of the liver. The* famous lit of the eleventh regarding the rail
latio| to aifOregonian reporter. Re- circumstances is not likely.
jects which we have been studying tie pills known as DeWitt’s Little road and trafile situation in eastern
coni j from San Francisco state that
Burns and Harney county want with care. We have been examin Early Risers not only cleanse the and central Oregon as related to the
le. igem^nts have already been
a railroad. We will do anything ing the whole state, and while these system but they strengthen the ac extentions of the Columbia. Southern
it: reason to get it The first one to three are perhaps not the best, they tion of the liver and reduild the tis road, the Klamath Lake railroad
’ey, <OO of the Klamath Lake Ilail- come will receive the bussiness and have attractive points. We started sues supporting that organ. Little and the Nevada, California &
M. A i . kxaxdkh . P resident .
E II. T est , Cashier
Oregon road, predicting the transfer
W m . Jo.XKS, VICE-PRESIDENT.
C. E. K enyon , Asst. Cashier
nt, froafits present terminus at if it gives this section direct trans out to see if we could take out the Early Risers are easy to act, they ot trade from Portland to San Fran
ns , gama to Reno, on the Kla- portation with Snn Francisco we Snake River and bring it along into neaver gripe ami yet they are abso
I River. This extension will will certainly trade there.
Oregon, hut it was found a canal lutely certain to produce results cisco for this territory because of
■■1^3 milks in length, and, when it
could not he brought out there that are satisfactory in all cases. the building of the Nevada road
northward, said to the Baker City
mpleted, Klamath Falls, the
The next question was whether the Sold by Burns Druggists.
A Cure For Eczema
ipolig of the Klamath country,
Umatilla, which flows by Pendle
ton. could be brought out ami stored
MAKI-D MEN KILL 1500 SHEEP.
the matter of the development of
San Francisco that staging that its head was a solid mass of in Powder Creek region. It is ap
We Solicit Yosr Banking Business.
A dispatch from Paisley, to the Eastern and southeastern Orngon
he no longer necessary. At scabs, and its hair all came out I parent that we can there make a
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Wm. Jones, E. H. Test,
the ireseit time, passengers from tried many remedies but none reservoir, not a very good reservoir Telegram says: 'File report of the and when a short time ago she saw
Kenyon, H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
[xxii li'rat$cisco can go by rail as far seemed to do any permanent good but we can probably store and
|. okeglma, thence 23 miles by until 1 used DeWitt’s Witch Hazel utilize water there for the reclama mas Lake, -10 mileH north of here to slip away from her, she Het up a
I»rP(J» Io Reno, and from the latter Salve. The Eczema is cured, the tion of 50,(XX)or (10,000 acres This on the desert, a few days ago, was big roar and blamed the railriad
in ]t to Klamath Falls by steamers scabs are gone ami the little one’s is all good land and th? extent of partially confirmed today by a tele companies for not protecting her
do:qpef.|ted by the Klamath Late scalp is perfectly clean and healthy, the irrigation is limited only by the phone message from Silyer Lake, interests. Regardless of any of the
and its hair growing beautifully water supply, and wo roughly esti the neureSv point ttr the telephone facts, it is undoubtedly true that
' 1 Igation Company.
again. ! emnot give too much mate that, we can put water onto line from the scene of the slaught- it is just as short or shorter distance
oath .Lake Railroad, there was praise to DeWitt’s Witch Hazel the land at a cost of from $10 to er. The story ns previously told, from San Francisco to this territory
HOWARD SEBREE, Pat.io.hT
a. F. WHITE, Vlci.PiH«oixr
W. R. SEBREE, C .
was some what enlarged, but stands in question as from Portland and
that the extention of the Salve.—Frank Farmer. Bluff City, $15 per acre.
H U|. iii
Southern would be car- Kv. In buying Witch Hazel Salve
“The second project is in the ex yet as the most dastardly piece of that country through which a road
forwiid before the trade of that look out for counterfeits DeWitt’s treme Eastern part of the state in work ever perpetrated in Lake must be built is an easier one for
I construction purposes thar. that
sectifen was diverted to the is the original and the only one the Boise Valley, where the waters County. There is still no clew
r...h b/s uperior railroad connec- containing pure Witch Hazel. The of the Malheur and its tributaries
The band of three thousand sheep through which any line that might
ITjb bulfmatters have now reach name E. C. DeWitt 4 Co., is on may be stored and used in the belonging to Benrum Brothers, I be built from Portland via any of
-XU rtet where it will require every box. Sold by Burns drug vicinity of Vale and Ontario, where ranging near Christmas Lake, in the established routes. It is appar
■JI s very strenuous efforts to win gists.
there are 40, 50 or 100,000 acres this county, were attacked and ent that capital, at least, has ap
: what we h ave lost. The case
slaughtered by five masked men, proved of the lines building north
A General Banking Business Transacted
mainly public land
r from hopeless if the Columbia CATTLE WILL GO 4 12 NEXT MAT
“The third is the Silyies River who had previously robbed the ward from Nevada and California
hern1 is pushed far enough
which flows out into the Malheur camptender and herders cf their and some body has put bed those
'L^h.- The Columbia Southern,
Lake. There are broad marshes guns and ammunition Fifteen
®G’e ineject a feeder of the Harri- Such is the Statement of a Buyer in around the lake which are now used hundred sheep out of the band are ■ What has Portland done any way
to curry any special favor with
syslem, which also includes
for cutting hav, and we propose to dead, 200 crippled and the re
1 «<>1 Southern Pacific, is in a large
lake some of the water, without in mainder of the liand scattered over Eastern Oregon or Southeastern
J. C. Lonergan, the cattle buyer,
Oregon? She has always looked
1 '“sure ndepennent of the Harri-
juring those hay lands, if possible, the desert, the prey for coyotes.
contlol, and if pushed through
A party of men from Paisley upon this territory as belonging to
store it and attempt to develop that
' e extreme southern boundary
country in there. There is a Carey went to the sheep camp add skinn her by the grace of God and has
ie state, will give Portland ac-
land selection scheme also under ed the dead she ,p and saved the done little if anything to assist in
Mr. Lonergan has just returned
its ’development. When it came
—to ijich country without being
consideration and we want to con pelts.
IsHireH all forme of sound lifo insurance at tiro lowe.-t rams. < hir policies
guarantee after three payments are made
on the Harriman line
It is believed that the best of to questions of irrigation, exploit-
sider carefully the exigencies of the
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract.
ith a splendid grade
feeling exists between sheepmen
II. A paid up policy.
HI. Ixian or cash surrender value.
almost the entire length try for some time in the interest of
“But the project of the Umatilla and cattlemen of this section, No United States assay office, the
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
regon, this road could his firm. The price that he has appeals to me more than any other, range wars exist here as do in tlio building of smelters or any of these
INVESTIGATE REFORE FOB INSIRE.
tha^Bsidents of that far-off
because the attitude is low, it is on northern portion of the state, The
Sherman A Harmon,
It. II Itenodict,
by its absence from the seat of ac
he state facilities equal is $3 80 a hundred on foot, which is a navigable river, right on the rail whole affair is a myBtery.
to any which they can
II. A. Hillard, Agent.
road, and has a good market as well
long headed patriotic business men
Relief in One ftinute.
as a good climate so if we could
the top price. The market' seems
get water onto that land I think it
One Minute Cough Cure glV68 terests of this section of Oregon have
he bulk of the sliip- to be a little lower than it was a few is one of the best projects in the
relief in one minute, because it kills been opposed by western Oregon
that country, and, as days ago and will have no great state for irrigation.”
the microbe which tickles the mu Now that outsiders have discover
lically all of these commodities rise, as far as present indications
ed the wealth that cun be acquired
or shipment to the East, the
It is strange that Chief Newell cous membrane; causing the cough, I by the development of this section
___»ral Oregon route would offer
would make such expressions as ami at the same time clears the ! of the state Portland is making a
»Her line and correspondingly market will come in May, when it
quoted above. Why he should
roar over what she has lost by her
to reach the market may go to 4 .1 cents, but not much
prefer the Umatilla project when tion and heals and soothes the af own negligence.
if it Wiere shipped around by
fected parts. One Minute Cough
The farmers have a lot of cattle he admits that only 50,000 or (¡0,-
“1 a in authenticaly advised that
Affords the people of East nml Central Oregon nil the opportunity of a
Cure strengthens the lungs, wards
first elans modern Business College, It is a homo institution covering
whatever may be the schemes now
lath Lake Railroad is scattered over the country, and al)
| expense of $10 to $15 per acre,
every course involved in Business College work
Ils rilles nre the same
being carried on for railroad build-
railroad line that is of them average better in condition
ns charged elsewhere and the metlwMls are the sanio. Htii-lents nd in i t ted
. when the Harney project shows and never failing cure in all cura ! ing in this territory the Sumpter
from the south for the
nt any time. Instruction nt the College or by mail. During the auinmer
three times more government land ble cases of Coughs, Colds and I Valley road will push its exnention
them and Central Ore- year. The season has been a good
months the College will conduct a
to lie under it and easy of reclama
on southward from Whitney
[Nevada, California and one for the cattle men, and the stock
tion at a cost not much more than
is in good condition.
ad has progressed to a
good alike for young ami old. Sold through Prairie City and Canyon
¡halfthe Umatilla project.
The matter of transportation and by Burns druggists.
For teachers and others who «lesire a reviewing or propitiatory courne.
connection with the Nevada road,
, anil will probably fornia and the southern part of this
For specimens of pen work, mid (nil information on Business College sub
iew before the Colum-
urniture cheaper than over be
'■ matter Mr Newell can be assured
Sacramento and San Francisco in
reaches that far south. ation, and they are feeding a large
number of cattle, and this has a of railroad and market if he de fore in this town. We bought connection with the new Gould |
M. ZE. TSig-'by’-, Z’rirx.,
tendency to lower the price, for sires such before deciding upon the right and will sell right. The very road being built westward from
g W ' : ,
it la arti
will likewise lose the their feed costs them practically matter. Should the Government nicest in Lace and Muslin Cur
Utah. This line will no doubt be
section in a very short ' nothing.
decide today to put ii> a reservoir
tapped by the extention of the
¡railroad news publish-
Montana also has a largp number at Silvies Valley a railroad would We can please you in both style Columbia Southern road from
t issue from a Salt Lake I of cattle which they will ship in be running into Burns before the and price. Bureaus, Chiffoniers,
Shaniko which will lie made this
tly looks as though the here as Boon as the price begins to irrigation project could possibly be Sideboards, Iron Beds, and in fact
f Oregon was going to rise, and this also tends to keep the half completed. The following everything in our line.— Burns
Should the Sumpter quotations down to a certin extent 1 from the Westfall Western Wats Furniture Co.
First Church Christ Scientist,
d 240 miles and con- But in spite of the low prices that ’ hits the nail on the head:
One of those fine meals at the services Sunday 3 p m, at the par
e Reno road then our prevail the stock men report that
The closing paragraph of the
be diverted to San they are making as much as they above indicates plainly that Chief “Cafe de Meade" of an evening will lors of the Cottage Hotel. Prayer Prompt attention to all kinds of Draying
make you feel like a new man.
meeting Wednesday eveningat 7:3Q
and Transfer Business.
did last year, owing to the open Newell considers the high altitude
aiiroad developments winter and the consequent small and isolated condition of the Sil
For» rush orders use ’phone CTTain 324
It the fact that Gould amount of feeding necessary.
vies or Hart.ey Valley project as
tied up by Harrimnn
an unfavorable feature, and seems
pdfijpize houses chat d splaq th? G'een
.< The Finest of All
former is compelled to
I to bring it in as a latter considera
Hate You Indigestion.
to the Pacific coast
tion. This is surely an erroneous
natural then, for the
If you have Indigestion Kodol conclusion on the part of the chief.
e fo make connections, Dyspepsia Cure will cure you It Nearly every aero of the vast H ir-
the Salt Lake najier. at has cured thousands. It is curing 1 ney valley, notwithstanding its high
ake the trade of East- people every day—every hour. You altitude, if properly watered would
F«r Salt Italy at
thern Oregon from the oiro it to yourself to give it a trial produce two heayy crops < f alfalfa
>ple. In a late press You will cont nue to suffer until) each season. This may be eslim li
m New York a railroad you do try it There is no other ed at 4 to 5 tons. We doubt if
TRIRCH A- DONEGAN, Proprietor»
ed as saying the Gould- coordination of digestants that di there is any other crop that will
people will have a ter- gest and rebuild at the same time. bring a greater return than alfalfa,
an Francisco Bay in Kodol doe» both Kodol cures, but Harar-y valley will produce a
also asserted they have strengthens and rebuild- Sold by good ceria! crop ar.d the hr.rdr
ZxzZa-lce Tlxis Hea.cLqLXxa.it'
rn and it would l>e uw- Burns Druggists.
Varieties of frails and vegetables
fIbjthi i I Bros , bialributers. Portland, Oregon
First National Bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
first Rational Bank
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Hotel Burns Bar
A. L. HUNTER,
THE CAPITAL SALOON