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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY.OREGON, MARCH 12, 1904.
NIMUS OF ATTACK port that they find the general fund FOREST RESERVE MATTERS The shipping market that is being
established for Weston potatoes is
in the treasure/s office short the
of considerable value to the grower.
sum of $3041.38. Thev also state
the mountain product cannot
:N QUESTION SCREDE that they found all the county war THE GOVDRNOR TAKES ISSUE WITH
it is bound to acquire
rants with the trersnrer’e papers in
a foothold wherever introduced.
his safe that the books that they
had at their command indicate
The Whist Club
Private Information of Department's Inten
Built up the Mines and the were received by the treaurer.
tions Would Open Wav for the
Baker City Only Aaks
The treasurer in a statement pre
The members and invited friends
ot Way to Burna.
Repetition of Past Abuses.
vious to his death said that he was
the whist club were entertained
short some warrants and could not
last night publishes
evening at the home of
account for tnem. This statement
st the Sumpter Valley is accepted by a large number of to the Oregonian says: Governor Mr and Mrs. M. D. Clifford Misses
1 in wh lich it alleges the road people who believe that Mr. Martin Chamberlain thinks members of Coulee and Cozad and Mrs. P. i1.
OnlL ed by the Mormon was not a defaulter, but had mis Congress asked too much when Chandler assisted in receiving, and
they induced the President to helped to furnish for thoso present
e Oregon Lumber Co., placed or lost some county warrants make an order directing that they one of the most enjoyable as wel)
ing an effort to secure and was unable to find them.
shall be consulted before with as largely attended parties of the
■ions om the government of There are other theories as to what drawals of public lands are made season. About 40 persons partici
'2erle timber land as an induce-
for forest reserve purposes. He pated in the game of progressive
h»B extend from Whitney to doubtful if any solution will ever believes that there is no sufficient whist, and there were several ties
The screed is based on the be given of the matter that will be reason for such an order, and that
for first and last honors. Mrs.,).
)ns,press dispatch from Wash- accepted by all —Blue Mt. Eagle. it is likely to open the way for more W. Ashford won the greatest num
ivei a skiou for a strip of land in
abuses such as have existed in the ber of points and received the lady’s
WILL FIGHT THE BEEF TRUST
JOHN D DALY. 1’ ues
FRANK R.COF.Z1N, V ice P hks
n . f. CARPENTER, Cxau
A. C. WEJXJOME, A sst . C.
OF BURNS, OREGON.
STOCKRAISERS WITH CAPITAL STOCK
Over 250 Delegates Meet at Omaha to Or
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
ganize New Packing and Commis
sion House Company.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
.John D. Daly, Frank It. Coffin, N Ü. Carpenter, R. J.
Williams, ,1. W. Geary, C. Cummins, H. M. Horton, C. A. Haines, IFra.
Twenty states were represented
Jones, Thomas Davis.
by 250 delegates to the National
Co-operative Graingrower.At Stock
S/af<r and County Warranto touyht at tAo markot prico.
raisers Association when that body
This hank is insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
convened at Omaha on March 1st.
or hold up day or night.
H. N. Gaines, of Topeka, was
made chairman, and .Robert Lind-
bloom, of Chicago, secretary. The
executive committee presented the
proposed new constitution. It pro • ir-
vided that the name of the associa
M. A lexander . P resident .
E. II. T est . Cashier
tion shall be changed to the Far
W m . J ones , V ici :-P resident .
C. E. K envon , Asst. Cashier '
mers National Exchange Company. c
Its object shall be to buy sell and
deal in grains, livestock and all
kinds of produce on commission
and otherwise, and for that purpose
build and eifuip elevators, ware
Intei"ost Paid on Time Deposits.
houses, cold-storage plants, stock
We Solieit Yoer Banking Business.
yards and whatever shall be nec
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander. Wm. Jones, E. II. Test,
essary for carrying on the business
C. E. Kenyon, IL Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
of the company.’’
Miller, Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
The capital stock was placed at
-»f .-f—_rtf ure ‘u
$50,000,000, with 5.000,000 shares **—•
of $10 each
The company shall be governed
by nine directors who shall have
power to absorb oilier similar as
HOWARD SEBREE, P
B. F. WHITE, V ice -P
W. R. SEBREE, C
State and local exchanges are /Û
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
AUTO LINE TO PRINEVILLE.
w Mountain forest reserve
prize, a beautiful candlestick. Mrs
,he prbposed right of way of
Without making charges against Geo. Tracy earned a wax taper,
State Engineer A. E. Hammond
y^ mptei Valley to Burns be re-
members of Congress, lie does not which was presented to her as fur
to entry, says the Baker City is authority for the statement that hesitate to say that if the depart nishing a little more light on the
arrangements have been completed
ment must consult members of subject of whist. The gentleman’s
Orsgh official of Sumpter Valley for putting into operation an auto Congress before withdrawals are
prize, a copy of the “Blessed Isles,”
uthurlzes the statement, that mobile line which will connect made, it will be practically impos
was captured by Geo. Tracy, while
upany has not asked any Cross. Keys, Prineville and Bend sible to keep plans secret, and lands
County Judge McHaley won the
sion /from the government during the coming summer G. M. will be secured inside the proposed
boobv—a small brush with the in
'.S liu Ordinary right of way Cornett, of the Prineville Shaniko
reserves before the tract can be junction to “brush up. ’ The next
IM tbs pn blic domain; that the i Stage Co. is also interested in the
withdrawn. In speaking on the meeting will be held at the home
“ a not owned by the Mormon i move and plans havd been made to subject today. Governor Chamber
of Dr. and Mrs. Ashford.—Grant
or t»e Oregon Lumber com- [complete
the private roadH which lain said:
nlntnHt. ' will be constructed early this year
bat ia the
“The President should have stood
of M<. David Eccles, but be- [ A survej ing crew will begin work by the department I believe, and
Why He Was Not Promoted
hiih'thatgi ¡entlemen happens to a next week to locate the road which have seyoral times expressed my
the largest stockholder . will be used provided the settlers
El Orifcm in Lumber Company | along the line will grant right of
gressmen. members of the state
He watched the clock.
l title to the Mormons i way. Petroleum will boused to
hind board, and people of the state
I le was always grumbling,
r company to the rail- [pack
.the roajl a.nl lay the dust. generally, should be consulted be
DEFENDANT IS DISCHARGED.
1 le was always behindhand,
for^^B ccles is also largely in- 'The organizers expect to carry pas fore a forest reserve is permanently
any other enterprises isengers and considerable express
created. But a temporary with
The preliminary hearing of W.B
He was willing, but unfitted.
with equal truth be and freight matter and will proba
drawal is a different thing. The
of Long Creek, charged
tDEio be e owners of the railroad bly secure the mail contracts if the withdrawal of a tract of public land
i lumber company; of course lime between the points mentioned
He asked too many questions. with the crime of blowing up the
pending an examination to ascer
A General Banking Business Transacted
Long Creek Ranger building or. the
^BroaJ company will give its is lowered from the present sched
He was stung by a bad look.
••’ve. M90 rance that it will ex- ule.
His stock excuse was, “I for
If temporary withdrawals wer? to
W. Lewis, justice of the [ ice, 0
D is lines to Burns through fifty
The steam cars to be used are
lie followed immediately by the
this cAy last Saturday, which' re
of barren to settlers: the the product of the White Autorno
He wasn’t ready for the next suited in the defendant being dis
recoin mende'] bile company and will seat 14 pas
J iter .'^Valley
without giving opportunity for all step.
he petition for restoration to sengers besides pulling a trailer at
He learned nothing from his
interested persons to be heart], it
No testimony at all was offered
a speed of 15 miles per hour. It is
would be a serious matter, but I blunders.
by the defense, the court snstiining
that tae le country might be col- believed that 3000 pou- ds can be
He felt that he was above his I a motion to dissmiss the charge as
/,llT and made profitable to the carried without difficulty in the understand that such is not the
4 le ,
policy of the department.
I soon as the state had presented its
al corifanunity and to trans- trail cars
t is the intention of
“When I was in Washington I
case. The interests of the state
! the promoters to connect Cross
was assured that no hasty action inferiors.
rales. <lur policies
1 Helkld’e statement is de Keys and the Lone Pine district
guarantee after three payments are made
uce IT .X
would be taken, but that a full in
fed as a gross misrepresent- and from there run the ears to the
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract.
vestigation would be made and all
II. A paid up policy.
endant was represented by Attor
tluowlttfracc and a palpable lie, [ Bend and Prineville. Should the
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
interested persons be given a chance
neys Hicks and Davis, of this city.
• tad fora purpose.
Perphaps 'operation of the line between these
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
to be heard, before the lands with
— Blue Mt Eagle.
umpt£r Valley road has not points prove successful, it is the in
INVESTIGATE HEEOKE )'O IF I NS VUE.
drawn would be made into a re
^Tii'liraocket book to some of tention to connect many other of
Sherman & Harmon,
It. H. Benedict,
He did not think it worth while
■Hacking, interested parties. the Central Oregon points which
S T. Colvin, who is at Lincoln
to learn how.
H. A. Dillard, Agent.
f should Baker City news will probably include the district
He tried to make his “bluff” Cal. with a bunch of horse? ho took
who have bought lands because
's of all others attack this ruil- as far east as Burns—Prineville
they expected them to be placed take the place of ability.
a bu8ine99 man la t. Journal.
within a reserve. There are others
He thought he must take that the price ofbeef cattle has
rat after reading the article
greatly advanced, a sale of 40steprs
who secured their official positions amusement every evening.
Probably Kansas Murderess.
e ,„is tbeone institution of nil
having been made the day previous
in the National Legislature largely
Familiarty with slipshod meth
dwJ’ that ha? made it possible for !
at 8} cents per pound on foot.
A rumor is current that Joe through the aid of men who are ods paralyzed his ideal.
I This is bv far the best price beard
'^“''“»pid wd wonderful develop-
He thought it was very clever of, anil the prediction livre is that I
of tbi< territory within the Monnaghan. the woman who re-
: |j^en yeArs that is now the mar-
to use coarse and profane lan beef will be biuher tins year than
all •) visit us. What was I after having successfully masked as j reason I do not believe it is proper guage.
ever before. — Lakeview Examiner.
Uenabled capital to open the a man for 25 years, was none for the department to give any per
He was ashamed of his parents
Affords tile people of East and Central Oregon all the opportunity of a
rich Sumpter, Bourne, other than Kate Bender, the notor son any information regarding in because they were old-fashioned.
first class modern Business College, It is 11 home institution covering
every course involved in Business College work
Ils rates are the same
enhorn and Quartz- ious Kansas murderess, and that tended withdrawals. If the forestry
He imitated the habit ot men while in town this week was quite
[ experts deem certain lands to be
as charged elsewhere and the methods are tile same. Students nd milted
? It was the railroad old man Bender and bis wife are
who could stand more than he ill for two or three days.
nt any '¡me. Instruction nt the College or bv mail. During the summer
Valley people built still living in Snake river valley. suitable for creation of forest re- could.
months tire College will conduct a
as not traffic enough The Bender family have been loca l serves, the lands should be with
He did not learn that the best
l)o You Want Strength?
part of his salary was not in his
e time to pay for the
n the cars. Could people have been arrested on sus tunity given for a full hearing and pay enveloped.
If you want to increase your
of being members of this investigation.
For teachers nnd others who desire a reviewing or preparatory coline.
be any possible inducement
strength you must add to and not
“Lands that are suited to agri
For speeitnens of pen work. an.l full informstion on Business College sub
Studebaker Wagons, ¡Hacks, I take from the physical In other
lion of the road if sett- family at various times, ever since
their notorious crimes came to culture should not l>e included in Carriages, Buggies and Buckboards
to nel i barred from entering
words, the food that you eat must
of » ' m
ui rough which it must
lie digested, assimilated and appro-
ie of fifty miles? Any pearance followed, over 30 years the}- have been included they as we can get them in. We have piated by the nerves, blood and tis
I can see the advance- ago; but it is more than probable should be thrown open again to two car loads of these goods here sues before lieing expelled from the
and in trains. The best stock of intestines. Kodol Despepsia Cure
Br City as a market if
tended into southeast fiends lie buried in the sands of the whether a reserve should be created, Wagons and Vehicles ever brought adds to the physical. It gives stren
■ A bare right of way Verdiges river. Who Joe Monna- and, if so, upon what li >es, there is to Burns. Call and look at goods gth to and builds up strength in
Kblic domain and the ghan was will probably never be plenty of time for Congressmen and even if you do not desire to buy at the human
known and »till there is a chance others to be consulted after the
■ settlers entering the
the present time. Geer At Cummins. pleasant to the taste and palatable |
the land? have been temporarily
B opened is not an un-
and the only combination of digest- j
■iropof ition. There is her life may yet be unraveled It withdrawn and land speculators
Mr. and Mrs Leslie Vanderpool ants that will digest th“ food and
who have charge of the Venator
Born mon sense to be ex-
this country shortly after the dis tage of the government ”
ranch this winter, were shoppin" enable the system to appropriate all i Prompt attention to all kinds of Draying
in town Tuesday.—Lakeview Ex of its health and strength-giving
and Transfer Business.
■lore, this particular appearance of the Bender family,
qualities. Sold by ill druggists.
but that she was the notorious
Our stock of iron beds is now
Bo be opened to settlers
For rush orders use ’phone CQatn 324
Bt 1 eserve in the orig- Kate, we have not the slightest complete and at very resonable
suspicion —Ontario Democrat.
prices. Call and see our folding
B?< rve? were established
** The Finest of All
beds, steel couches, etc.—Burns
B water shed and the re
Happy, Healthy Children.
Bin no ?en«e aid in the
B of water supplies.
Anv child can take Little Earlv
■ Herald stripe is like Risers with perfect safety, They
Oregon pro'lnct? are •‘getting" a
■ goose that laid the are harmless, never gripe or sicken reputation, as this item from the
B-stopping the growth and yet they are so certain in re- newsy Weston, Umatilla connty
Far Sale Osly at
sulta that robust constitutions re leader indicates: '‘Sin) J. Cully re
quiring drastic mean? are never cently shipped a car of potatoes
Y TREASURER SNORT.
disappointed. They cannot fail to ' ’naming 317 sacks to Minneap
TRIRCII <tr DONEGAN. Proprietor?.
perform their mission and everv one olis. and is preparing to ship anoth
Buchanan, who have who uses DeWitt's Little Early er so soon as the load is made up i
be work of exporting Risers prefer them to al! other pills. The ‘spuds’ make the journey in re- !
Agents, 8urns. Ore.
1 the county officers of They cure biliousness Hold by al! frigerator cars, and each repuires
XÆalro Tlxis Hea^.q,u.Q.rtexe
ly. have made their re druggists
stbmit a ton of straw for lining 1
Rolhciil Pro«. IHairibu1er?. Portion«, Oregon
first Rational Bank
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Hotel Burns Bar
A. L. HUNTER,
THE CAPITAL SALOON,