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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MA Y 7, i9o4.
Jack Chamber«, who has just re TWO BILLS EFFECT OREGON which he will exhibit at the Farm RAILROAD CIRCLES ACTIVE
ers’ Picnic at Echo next Saturday,
s on® J
JOHN D DAI.Y, P i . eb
turned from an extended trip
N. U CARPENTER, C asbms
which he believes will lift water
FRANK R.COFFIN. Vic« lliss
IV .4 j
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . ( auukr ,
STATE DIVIDEDJNTO TWO JUDICAL from a stream by its own motive HARNEY COUNTRY WILL BE CLOSER
fW 10.000 ACRES READY FOR districts in the county, says that
power, more cheaply and success
TO RAILROAD THIS FALL.
the losses of iamb» in some camps
8CTTLEMENT NEXT YEAR.
fully than any device in existence
is truly appalling The ewes were
OF BURNS, OREGON.
It consists of a wheel with folding
in verv poor condition,'and'extreme-
wings, which open as the wheel Sumpter Valiev Will Continue its Eitension
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
Court for Eastern'District Will be Held In
I Compaiy Contract Under tbe
turns in the current, and close in
Baker City and Western In Pnrtland
As Soon as tbe Snow Goes Olf--
Tbe range was cropped off down to
get Will be Finished and
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
--Oregon Assay Office.
to lessen the friction which
Rolllng Stock Provided.
the ground, and the eights were
leoo be Settled up.
the extended wings might cause,
S tockholdbus John D. Daly. Frank R. Coffin. N U. Carpenter, R. J.
bitter cold. Added to all these
The Senate has decided upon the The wheel lies flat on the water
There is some activitv in railroad
Williams, J. W. Geary, C. Cummins, H. M. Horton, C. A. Haines, tTm.
Burke, of the Portland natural causes of hardship, tbe
Jones, Thomas Davis.
establishment of an assay office at
circles with the opening of spring
I here the first of the owners were crowded so that the Portland, and the division of Ore what is termed a side-shot power,
•Stat» and County Warrants bouyAt at tAo mardttpries.
Bk after extensive irriga- herders were allowed to tend the gon into two judicial’districts, east and will run successfuly in very
It t lluri tioi. work of his company in the young lambs as carelessly as they
This bank Is Insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
and west, «erms of court to be held sity for a dam or mill race. The roads in some kind of shape opera
or hold up day or night.
tn. I vicinity of Welcomeville.
chose. The result of these unfavora
in Portland and Baker City, ac wheel can be placed anywhere in tions will begin by the Sumpter
isHetJ His company was among the ble conditions was that the hill
cording to the Oregonian's Wash
Valley railroad company for the ex
llrui first to be granted a contract under sides were covered with dead and ington advices. Both of these bills the water and if of sufficient size
will generate power enough to tension of its line from Whitney
the Carey act in this Btate and dying lambs.
were introduced by Senator Mitch raise water any distance with prop west and south toward Burns, the
In many cases where twins were ell.
their tract consists of some 10,000
objective point in Eastern Oregon,
acres of the finest sage brush land found, the mother would be allowed
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The assay office bill appropriates
says the Baker City Democrat.
in the valley. It is their intention to straggle away with one of the $15,000 for salaries of officials,
M. A i . bxandkk , LT iehidsnt .
E. H. T est , Cashier
The Sumpter Valiev is now in oper
W m . J onks . V ice -P hksidknt .
C. E. K enyon , Aset. Cashier 1
to reclaim this land by big pump- lambs following, while the other workmen, rent of temporary build ly and if arranged with the right
kind of troughs and gearing can bo ation and has been for a number of
Mgr.I ing stations and constructed reser- would be left to shift for itself. In
ing and contingent expenses, and made to serve in any part of a field 1 years between Baker City and
seJ» oj voirs and Mr. Burke expects to such cases the deserted lamb would authorizes the appointment of one touched by a stream, without costly , Sumpter, 32 miles, and for two
have ths work completed next year. bleat in a distracted way, wander assayer and melter at a salary of
i years past, the extension from
Itwillt|ben be put on the market around uutil exhausted, and when $2250, and one chief clerk at a sal preparations for a site.
Sumpter to Whitney, 14 miles, has
or rather be subject to entry by tbe cool evening came on. soon die.
ary of $1400.
Mr. Mathews will place the m od el been in operation and last summer
5. actual, Settlers. Just how this will It seems that among some bands
” be done is not known to the writer, where this practice prevailed most
We Solieit'-SYoerJ Banking Business.
two judicial districts puts Baker, farmer’s picnic next Saturnay for ' to Tipton, 8 miles, the top the di-
rke having left town before largely, the loss of lambs, added to
| vide going down into the John Day ;
Malheur. Harney, Grant, Union, inspection.
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Win. Jones, E. II. Test,
an opportunity of talking the winter and spring loss of older
Valley, was partially finished be 1 C. E. Kenyon, H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
Ipon the subject. It is re sheep, will more than offset any in
Miller, Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
fore snow came.
man, Gilliam, Crook, Wheeler and
A BURNS BOV HONORED.
colony will be brought crease, and the herds will be no
The work will now proceed on
Lake counties in the Eastern Dis
take possession of these larger, or not so large, as they were
through Tipton, Austin and towards
trict and the remaining counties of
h acres as soon as the re- the previous year.
The following appeared in tbe Prairie City, Canyon City and
the state in the Western District.
It is possible that the severity of
¡>n system has been, com-
Telegram of April 27, as Burns. Just how far the line will
Terms of court in the Western Dis
This however is merely the losses will be useful in teaching
trict are to be held at Portland com a special from Forest Grove of that be built this year President Eccles
the lesson of properly caring for
land without authority.
is yet unable to state. The steel is
mencing the second Monday in date:
selection embraces one of what stock is kept on the ranges.
on hand for the Tipton extension
March and in October, and in the
t bodies of land in Eastern Then if all interests properly unite
Eastern District at Baker City, com and a member of the second year and the market is easy» for imme
ver entered under the Corey in protecting the county ranges
mencing the second Monday in class in Tualatin Academy of Pacif diate delivery.
8ll[j should tbe company be from thoee places where the owners
April and in November. The bill ic University, has been chosen by freight cars and locomotives wen-
MMMMgfal in its method of reclnma- make no pretension of having home
Senator Mitchell as first alternate purchased last year in sufficient
PLY ^^Hwiii support many families. pasture for their massive herds, but becomes effective May 1, 1905.
in the line of succession to an An numbers to operate the entire line |
B.jf.iltuated in one of tho favored depend altogether on crowding the
CANDIDATES MUST ANSWER THEM. napolis cadetship. Mr. Gowan took besides this the company is build
IfOteof the valley and is near sheep over into their neighbor’s
his examination last week in Port ing new refrigeratnr cars and ca
MMmgh the lakes to make the prob- ranges, the range question among
land and passed with an excellent booses and rebuilding locomotives.
A General Banking Business Transacted
water for domestic purposes local growers would soon become
The distance from Tipton to Austin
reach. The soil is fine and lees acute, and eventually disap
Legislature in the state, be he Re of the principal candidate, J. N. is 7 miles and from Austin to Piair-
publican or Democrat, will have to Sutton, of Portland, Or.,’he will en ie City 18 miles. The entire dis*
W m A uve irrigation and care thriye
on record as legards his attitude ter Annapolis about July 1. Mr. lance from Baker City by the p ro-
Used Moss for Food.
the Eddy mining law, says Gowan is one of the most popnlar posed route to Burns is about lßO
HH h Portland Co. have contracted
members of the class, being liked miles.
kirn this land for something
Jacob Hunt, an Indian 80 years
Personal letters will be addressed by all. He is a member of the
0 per acre and places the of age, told some men who were fall
A Cure For Piles.
a'l candidates by the Oregon Gamma Sigma Literary Society and
maintenance fee at $1.50 ing trees near White Salmon falls
». This is cheap for such recently, that they would find ax Miners Association, asking their also of the Andersonian Club, of “I had a bad case of piles,” says G.
views on the law and applying the this city. Mr. Gowan is the son of
marks in the trees cut down, which
F. Carter, of Atlanta, Ga , “and con
Issues all forms of sound life insurance at tho lowe-t rates. < lur policies
g when once the water is they did. Jacob says that when a
guarantee after three payments are made
sulted a physician who advised me
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract.
upon it and people have the child hie tnoteer told him that a revision of the law, as advocated ‘ The above eketch was accompa to try a box of DeWitt’s Witch Ha
II. A paid up policy.
in resolutions passed at the recent nied by a very good likeness of the
ace of its permanency.
years previously, about 100 years Democrat
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
zel Salve. I purchased a box and
reclamation scheme has nev- ago, during an exceptionally severe
Unexcelled as a dividend payor.
INVESTIGATE RA'i’O/i/»,' YO II INHVIIE.
1 given much prominence in winter, they and their ponies were Those who agree with the spirit of friends here are certainly proud of for piles, giying relief instantly, and
blic press because of other starving. They climbed the trees that declaration will be accorded his success and hope that even I heartily recommend it to all suf
Sherman & Harmon,
It. II. Benedict,
schemes which are situated and cut off ihe limbs, to secure the the support of the association, re though the principal candidate ferers.” DeWitt’s .Witch Hazel
le railroads and which have moss until it fermented, then wash gardless of politics. If a Republi should pass, his ambition will be Salve is unequalle»! for its healing
can and a Democrat in any county realized the text examination.
luch advertised by the pro- ed it, and fried it inTat, or stewed
qualities. Eczema and other skin
both stand for revision, the associa
. When this tract is readv it with other food to increase the
diseases, also sores, cuts, burns and
tion will be perfectly willing that
IT NEVER CAME BACK.
Lleinent it will lie gobbled up bulk and supply. MrB. Eva Emery
woundB of every kind are quickly
I in dite»
its members vote their political
Dye haB not reached this legend
'apidly bv home seekers.
cured by it. Sold by Burns Drug
. . Pho'.c
yet.—Hood River Glacier.
Ten years ago a farmer in Mal stores.
indicates that he has fallen from
heur county put an X murk ón a
Date of Wool Sales Set.
grace, as viewed by the miner, his
silver dollar and went to town and
The Burns Druggists
votes will be cut down in the exact
ies H. Gwinn, the secretary of (;G not hesitate to recommend Dys- proportion that the association has spent it with the merchants Be of Shaniko, passed through Prine
egon W oolgrowers Aseocia- |>epHia Cure to their friends and power to control its members and fore the year was out he got the ville the first of the week for their
Affurils the people of East and Central Oregon all the opportunity of a
marked dollar back again for poul home at the Columbia Southern’»
las set the dates for the wool • . co8tomer8
first-claas modern Business College. It is n home institution covering
every course involved in Business College work. Ils rules are the same
ir the coming season. They more j]| health than any thing else,
Another feature of the letter will try and spent it again with the vil present terminus after a trip to the
as charged elsewhere and the methods are the same. Htil-lents sdinitUd
ien placed so that the buyers jt deranges the stomach, and brings be that any failure to answer will
at any time. Instruction at the College or bv mail. During the summer
months the College will conduct a
I able to go from one place to j on all manner of disease. Kodol be accepted by the association a» a years the dollar came back home to made arrangements to ship consid
tier with the least inconven- j Dyspepsi • Cure digests what you declaration that the man addressed him for produce, and three times erable wool from that neighborhood
ind loss of time. From the eat, cures itidigeslion, dyspepsia is opposed to a modific ition of tbe he heard of it in the pockets of his out this way during the summer.
They speak highly of their treat
it indications the attendance and all stomach disorders. Kodol law, and stands for tbe enacl-
For teachers nini otliers who desire a reviewing or preparatory course
The time he got it in change three ment by the people of Burns while
For specimens of pen work, ami full iriforin.ition on Business ( ullage sub
’ers at the sales will be as is not only a perfect digestant but ment as it now rests on the statute-
years ago he sent it to a mail order out there, and report six inches of
If not larger this year than it ’ a tissue building tonic as well. Re books.
house in Chicago that had amassed snow the day they started for home.
1st, and the prices will be newed health, perfect strength and
As soon as returns have been re-
M. E. ZE3igrt>37\ ^rirx.,
millions of dollars selling third rate —Prineville Review.
y as good. The dates of the increased vitality follow its use.
ceived to these communications the
stuff. He has never seen that dol-
is announced bv Mr. Gwinn
association will advise the secre
1' urniture cheaper than ever be
follows: Pendleton, May 23,
An Irishman, in order to cele taries of its several branch organi
That dollar will never pay any fore i.i this town. We bought
26. brate the advent of a new era, went zations throughout the state con
7 and 23; Arlington, May 31, out on a lark. He didn’t get home cerning the standing of tbe Legisla more road or school tax for bin), right and will sell right. The very
ko, June 2 and 14, July 1; until 3 o’clock in tbe morning, and tive candidates in the various lo- never help to build up the town or nicest in Lace and Muslin Cur
City, June 17; Elgin, June was barely in the house before a colilies, with instructions to act ac county, never bless or brighten the tains. Ladies, call and inspect.
homes of his neighbors. He sent it We can please you in both style
nurse rushed up and uncovered a cordingly.
out of the circle of useful and price. Bureaus, Chiffoniers,
The association has a member-
TRISCH A DONEGAN, Proprietor».
bunch of »oft goods, showed him
The best moral to Sideboards, Iron Beds, and in fact
Lambs Die ia Oraat Loaaty.
triplet». The Irishman looked up ship in Oregon of 996, but this is thia is to patronize home trade and
everything in our line.—Burns
at the clock, which said 3, and then small compared with the cumber
it there are yet a number of at the three of a kind in the nurse's of votes it will be able to control in your dollar will come back to you, Furniture Co.
nen in Grant county who fail arms, and said. “Oi’rn not super- the mining districts.
There are but send it to an eastern city and
aprehend alike tbe
Corni» honey at Hu»ton's
something like 8000 miners, mine it never comes back —Argus.
rcy aud thrift in properly didn»t come home at 12 ’’—Blue operators and stockholders in tbe
■ding and caring for herds, Mt. Eagle.
elate, ami it is believed that the
M all too plain to those who
greater number of these will vote
d» The Finest of All
b an extended opportunity for
the legislative ticket against tbe
bving operations in some of the : It is said there are more cattle Ed lv mining law.
k camps. Tbe season of lamb- buyers in tbe field in Eastern Ore-
Itrings out and emphasises the gon at the present time than there
New Irrigation Wheel.
leal differences in the manner has been for several years at this
J. 8. Mathews, the veteran O. R
tinning stock; and luckily for time of the year. True, they are
Far Sale Oily at
■tock. the subject of profit and not offering much, but prices have A N. pump man. has invented an
I is largely determined at the materially increased since the sea irrigation wheel which promisee to
be time, the increase going to son opened, and this very fact, revolutionise irrigating methods if
Be who have been most diligent coupled with tbe number of buyers, rightly applied to rivers and
rearing well for their herds makes cattlemen confident that streams, says tbe Pendleton East
fluents, Burns, Ore
Ing the winter, and providing they will yet get better prices for Oreg»mian. He has been working
d range for the sheep at this their stock this vear than they did quietly on the plan for some time,
Rolhcitd Brow , hiatributere. Portland, Oregon.
and has at last completed a model
last.—Long Creek Light
WILL COMPLETE IRRIGATION
First National Bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
| first Rational Bank
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection
Hotel Burns Bar
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