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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, APRIL 9, 1904.
Paul DeLaney, the city LOAN MONEY TO GET WATER follow the completion of the line WARREN OPPOSES REPEAL
are taken into consideration. There
JOHN D. DALY, Paas
N. U. CARPENTER,
editor, is far from having his head
FRANK R.COFFIN, Vicz P res .
A. C. WELCOME, Aw.
reposing on a bed of roses from the
anxiety that has come to him GOVERNMENT TO HELP WALLOWA proposed extention would be a MAKES AN ARGUMENT AGAINST THE
t in rl
matter of vast importance to east
REPEAL OF LAND LAWS.
through his being in the meshes of
OMBIA S. A.
Oregon, where transportation
the law, and his victim iu at St.
OF BURNS, OREGON.
i or o
facilities are poor at the best. It
Eiizapeth hospital suffering from a
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
would be development in accord Cedares That There Is No Danger of The
Personal Friend Describes bad scalp wound on the left side of The Amount Required Represents About $1
and Its Prospect»--
bis head which required a number
Per Acre nod Landowners Will
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
ction lor Cattle.
—Willing to Modify.
basis of any policy that contem
Likely Accept Offer.
of stitches by the surgeon.
S tockholders :—John D. Daly, Frank R. Coffin. N. U. Carpenter, R. J.
plates the growth of Oregon com
It all happened the way:
Williams, J. W. Geary, C. Cummins, II. M Horton, C. A. Haines, Wm.
tative of The Times-
A recent Washington press dis
Mr. Bert Small, who ie interested
Jones, Thomas Davis.
patch has the following in regard
permitted to read a
in mining at Spartef and who is correspondent in a recent dispatch, the government to deny the rail
anti County itlarranty bought at tho markot jtrioo.
ng b iter the other day known as a mining man, was with says: Chief Newel), of the reclam road’s request
T. John H. Deegan to
This bank Is Insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
a company of friends in the Geiser ation service, at the request of Sen gram
or hold up day or night.
The land law repeal bill was then
. J. Sisson which was Grand buffet about 1'o’clock yester ator Fulton, has promised to ad
taken up and Mr. Warren proceed
.ted at YÀumal, Colombia, S. A.
day morning.7” Mr. Small extended
IDLE LAND FOR IDLE MEN.
ed with his speech. He took a
111 ' ' Jan 26. T he letter was mainly ail invitation to his friends to join sufficient money to construct a
position in opposition to the whole
^«■s utiicriptive of his trip from Chicago
him at the bar, which was accepted.
Senator Hoar has introduced a sale repeal of the land laws, and
,r> •* Ia4bal southern country where the
DeLaney was standiug at the cigar
general colonization bill in the sen said that the demand for a change
i pds^ntleman ¡k now engaged in min-
case and when Mr. Small and his crease its storage capacity for ir ate, the purpose of which is to es had already been met by the sen
1 Rtug on the Cauca River.
E. II. T est , Cashier
M. A lexander , P resident .
friends went to the bar, DeLaney rigation purposes, if settlers in tablish a bureau of colonization.
O. E. K enyon , Aset. C*ahter
ate in its action on the timber and
W m . J ones , V ice -P resident .
He speak! of making a journey was asked to join them. DeLaney Wallowa Valley will agree to bear
This is the original idea of Com stone act. He also called attention
'40 wiles on the government rail- replied to the invitation by apply their proportionate share of the
mander Booth-Tucker, of the Salva to the fact that the president had
>ad while enroute interior and ing a vile epithet to Mr. Small, cost. The figure will not exceed
» at »
tion Army. He has chrystalized indorsed the recommendations of
lid it took just 9 hours. He fared which he moved to resent. Quick $75,000, or about $1 per acre.
his thought on the salvation of idle the Richards commission, which
route liter while on the back of a mule
Senator Fulton will confer with
as a flash DeLaney, pulled a bar of
men and the reclamation of idle were in the interest of modification,
rien. Although the trails in places were iron about 14 inches long, dubbed the settlers to see if they will agree
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
but not of the repeal of the law.
•rewse, narrow they were compelled to
in printer’s parlance, a side stick, to the Department’s proposition.
Hoar finds worthy of support.
Mr. Warren expressed the opinion
Ageil ike the packs from the animals from under hie coat and struck Mr
The Government has not hereto
We SolieitjYoer Banking Business.
The bill is a plan to get the shift that we are in no danger from the
Buri1 nd carry them on their backs.
Small on the head with it and with fore considered the Wallowa Lake less, vicious, idle and ignorant absorption of the public domain.
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Wm. Jones, K. II. Test,
The gentleman is well pleased
such force that it is a wonder he did project, because private interests classss out of the slums of the cities
1 C. E, Kenyon, H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
===!®h the gold prospects in that sec-
Miller, Frank R. Coflin, Thos. Turnbull.
not kill him. Bystanders stopped have already utilized the- waters of into the refreshing tmospbere of he asked, “if not to' be absorbed?”
on, stating he had bought 3 placer
the fight and the police were called this lake in reclaiming most of the the country. It is the first step in
He added that he would be
TTrSgims. Mining claims there are
in. Both men were arrested, but fertile lands of the Wallowa \ alley. the realization of an old ideal of pleased to have it taken twice as
a" >u the U. S., being
Small was discharged and taken to When Senator Fulton showed that Tucker’s—to place the ■’maiiless rapidly, provided it be taken by
the capacity of the lake is not suffi
----- -Jir«» qtUes square. He has a sui
the hospital. DeLaney was put
land and the landles- man” to settlers. He said that more than
rtant cient water supply te run four under bonds to appear in police cient to insure a constant supply
gether. and thereby create a new one-third of the total area of the
in tb iaota the year round,
court. Later his case was turned of water and presented facte gath civilization.
United States, including Alaska, is
farther says: “You never
ered by local engineers, Mr. Newell
The bill as introduced by senator still public and« concluded that the
f,aw 8UCij a piace for gold as this over to the district attorney’s office recognized that a slight expenditure
Ho waived examination in Judge
Hoar provides for the issuance of government should offer liberal en
k-BD‘ie Cftn Pan Bol(1 *" t,le
Messick’s court on the information would suffice to construct a 10, or gold bonds to the amount of $50,- couragement to settlers.
ition i. oH anywhere. The mountains are and was placed under bonds to ap even a 20-foot, dam if necessary,
000,000, not more that $5,000,000
With a vast area of billion or
nple lot like Our Ilock.-y’s—these are
pear in the circuit court to answer which would raise the levei of the to be issued in any one year, to run more acres awaiting settlement Mr.
t paid igjvered ^th all kinds of trees and
to a charge of assault with a dan lake and greatly increase its ca not longer than 50 years, at 3 per Warren said thete was no need to
dense you have to cut your
gerous weapon wiih intent to kill pacity The lake empties into cent, the proceeds to be loaned on have hysteria.
.W , .
ray through it you leave the trail.
Mr. DeLaney made the following Wallowa River, through a granite homesteads taken under the nation
Mr. Warren asked how much of
jpp£| “I Will have about two miles of statement when interviewed yester lined canon, not over 100 feet wide. al irrigation act, not more than
this area was inhabitable with or
A General Banking Business Transacted
With this foundation and plenty
t0 Ret 300 feet fal1 and day:
$1,500 to be loaned to any one man, without irrigation, and then be
flam luekv have got a big thing.
“I was drunk and am sorry for
the purpose of the loan being to quoted from the speech of Mr. Gib
timated th it $50,000 to $75,000 will
—----- a great country for cat-
what hapbened, Mr. Small and I
purchase teams, tools, implements, son to show that there were about
Mayer think of feeding. All have not been good friends, but I construct a dam that will sufficient bnilding materia) quid- other nec
50,000,000 acres of the arid regions
Kto do is clear a place off would not have acted as 1 -lid had ly raise the level of the lake to store essaries for pooa then whe are not
fit for irrigation
aw® will grow. The worst I not been under the influence of all the water that is heeded to rec able to begin the improvement of a
Mr. Warren said that in 25 years
m» -hey have to contend with is if an liquor. I made a fool of myself
about 5,000,000 acres had been dis
including all lands now under set tract ot raw land.
Xi inimal gets hurt the worms are in
and so far as Mr. Small is concern
A bureau of colonization is pro posed of by homesteading and at
tlement and some smaller areas of
T> he wound within two days.”
ed he did nothing to be arrested for
vided for. which is to be one of the this rate it would take 500 years to
Mr Dfegan further states that it and I so stated to the officers and remaining public lands.
OF PHILADELPHIA INCORPORATED I847.
departments of government.
It dispose of what was left. He said
Inasmuch as the request for Gov
URE, UfaMjHlK the shade on that date he was discharged. I regret the
would have complete control of the he could not agree with all Mr.
IssueH all Forms ot sound lifo insurance at the lowe.t rates. Our policies
all otliand he was barefooted. The na occurrence and am gratified that ernment funds first came from the fund created; would recieve appli
guarantee alter three payments are made
Gibson had said on the subject,
tive. WW no shoes and boys from Mr. Small’s injuries are no worse.” settlers in Wallowa Valley, Senator cations for loans, investigate land
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract.
however and ho read from the gov
A paid up policy.
r doet not 6 to 10 wars of age wear no clothes
offered as security and collect the ernment statistics to show the ex
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
no matter how young the STATE OFFICIALS INSPECT THE HATCHERY.
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
loans on maturity, the money to be tent of the public domain and the
ment the full amount, which is
ey wear a covering.
INVESTIGATE- BEFORE TO If INtil'RK.
uca River is filled with
Governor Chamberlain, Secretary diverted from the reclamation fund be loaned again for the same pur divided.
Sherman & Harmon,
R. II. Benodict,
and they will “tackle a of State Dunbar, State Treasurer to construct the dam. He also pose.
Mr. Patterson asked how the cat
II. A. Dillard, Agent.
itime they get a chance.” Moore, members of the state fish feels confident that Secretary Hitch
The scheme is transcendent, from tlemen of Wyoming obtained their
gan says the claims pay commission, accompanied by State cock will approve Mr. Newell’s rec- the point of view of the humanitar
(yard and a monitor will Fish Warden Van Duzeti, arrived omendation of the loan. If thir ian. It is absolutely practical. The titles to 50,000 and 60,000 acres of
yards per day. He is last Sunday to inspect the Ontario project meets with final approval goverment need not lose one cent land. Mr. Warren said the greater
_ . trying to get options on soveral pro- Fish hatchery. Upon the arrival of in tho department, it will be the more on these loans than the state part of it was bought from the rail
pertiee ami if he is successful will thetrainthe party went immediate first actual construction work un of Oregon loses from its school fund road companies to whom tho land
was given by the United States
[>l>al'a yglgf^JIthe States and interest ly to the hatchery,mMde a thorough dertaken by the Government in
ith the «*3®
as a bonus for railroad
e is sure that section will inspection, and found the same Oregon since the passage of the rec It will place a home in reach of
?<1 in differ. ",
il ver denn'¿J
ore gold that all the conducted in a highly satisfactory
r. F. Photoi
millions of poor men who long for cattlemen were better off to have
E m XL'; » 17]..
combined just as soon as manner. They had the pleasure Fulton believes work on the Uma
place where they may become the land laws repealed so that they
known to the people in also of viewing 23,000,000 fish in tilla project, whicn has been care
selfsupporting. It would reclaim could roam over the entire lands of
Affords the people of East and Central Oregon all the opportunity of a
fully examined, will be authorized
. The people there are all stages of hatching.
first-class modern Business College. It is a home institution covering
do anything themselves,
In the evening a reception was before long.
every course involved in Business College work
Its rates are the same
flourishing settlements to the
Mr Gibson said lie knew cattle
k of the natives the writer tendered the party by the city
as charged elsewhere and the methods are tho same. Htudenta .admitted
men and that in his state there was
A PROTEST DESERVINO OF HELP.
at any time. Instruction at the College or bv mail. During the summer
wonderful what they can council and our citizens, and Rep
Some such ideal plan must succeed not one who wanted the land laws
months the College will conduct a
on will work for 20 to 25 resentative Test and District Attor
Sound enough in reason is the the utter selfish system of today. repealed. He denied emphatically
day and board. They ney Miller were kept busy intro
petition of the representatives of Some such salvation must be pro. the correctness Mr. of Warren's
have Wonderful strength and will ducing all who called to the state
railroad vided for the vicious, the idle and statement so far as Montana was
carry •■jrthing. He says they will officials. A banquet was seryed,
For teachers and others who desire a reviewing or prepaiatory course.
against the retention in forest re the ignorant, now festering in the concerned.
carry a piano for 50 miles, one will and before departing on the mid-1
For specimens ot pen work, and full information on Business College sub
crowded dene of the great cities.
“stomK-r carry it until he gets tired and then night train the party was serenaded serve of specified tracts of land
The present generation in the
along the proposed line of extension
Studebaker Wagons, ‘Hacks,
, another Still take it and so on until by the Ontario brass band.—Argus
ZxÆ. 33. leig-To-sr, ZF’rirx.
States will perhaps live to Carriages, RuggieBand liuckboards
to Burns. A petition has been ad
bowel trow they deliver it. The writer had
dressed to the secretary of the in see the congested centels of popula are arriving now and selling as fast
A Cure For Headache
carry a 640 pound safe
terior, asking the withdrawal of tion spread out over the Idle em as we can get them in. We have
> steamer to the dock, a
pires. Shortage of water, building two car loads of these goods here
Any man, woman or child suffer- practically .30,000 acres of fine ag
of 300 feet.
canale, preservation of forests and in trains. The best stock of
I ing from headache, biliousness or a
and the rescue of the public domain
Wagons and Vehicles ever brought
M O'BRIEN INDICTED.
dull, drowsy feeling should take
the successful operation of the road. from the grasping syndicates are to Burns. Call and look at gixids
one or two if DeWitt’s Little Early
eral grand jury returned Ri?ers night and morning, These It is simply a case where the all steps leading up to the higher even if you do not desire to buy at
ictments yesterday. The famoU8 iittie yjn8 are famous be' government is asked to correct an plane of civilization that is coming. the present time. Geer A Cummins.
TRIBCH.Ä DONEGAN, Proprietors.
error of judgement, that will lead
against Thomas O’Brien, cause
they are a tonic as well as a
nt that II«
rier, engaged in carrying _y| . While they cleanse the sys-
Many of our good citizens from
Up-to-date job printing at reason
ween V enator and Burns, jem
strengthen and rebuild it railroad development of thia section various parts of the county are ar able prices.
indictment charges that by their tonic effect upon the liver of the state. There is nothing in riving here for court.
opened a mail sack and an(j f)Owei„ $old by all (Yruggifts. the request of the railroad that
savors of solicitation of subsidy,
to his own use a register-.
$50 in stamps,
urniture cb^ap^r than ever be- but, as the case is presented, it is
v* The Finest of All
payable to G. W. Mealy fore j., thig U)WI1. We bought
, and two revolvers sent rjght and will sell right. The very drawal of land sufficient for the
den. Utah, and valued at - nicMt jn Iace and Muslin Car. mere right-of-way the proposed en
terprise would lie entirely and hope-
tains. Ladies, call and inspect.
; lesslv profitless. It is urged as an
' We can please vou in both style
Far Sale Oily al
NSWER TO CIRCUrTXOURT.
prj<w B„reaUR chiffoniers, objection that a big lumber com
pany which owns much of the
¡Sideboards, Iron Beds, and in fact
timber along the projected line is
i everything in our line.—Burns
also chiefly interested in the road
would, if the request were
Anyone desiring a carpenter or granted, control the timber busi
Raker City Democrat says:
fluents, Burns, Ore.
r indulgence in booze struck cabinet work should call on Hor.ory ness of thia section. There is really
quarter of the Herald staff Danserean. Shop at hie residence I little foree to such objection when
Rothciti Bros, Diatriboters. Portland, Oregon
development benefits that would
yesterday morning and the opposite M Fitz Geralds
KA GOLD FIELDS result is
First National Bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
f irst Rational Bank
PENN MUTUAL UFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Hotel Burns Bar
Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Club Rooms in Connection
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