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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAY i4, I9o4.
)M HONjC. W. MALLETT have reported as locating and pur UMATILLA MAN SELLS WOOL to Prinevil'.e in a day and to have SUIT TO CANCEL STATE DEEDS
returned tn the same length of
chasing in the state1 A, large num
JOHN D DAI.Y. Paes
N. U. CARPENTER, C ashier ,
time. He left for Portland on the
ber of others have been directed to
FRANK R.COFFIN, V ice P i : kh
A. ('. WELCOME, A sst . C ashier . ¡
RETS NOT BEING ABLE TO VISIT
and make many trips out through
THIS YEARS’ CLIP.
their several wants.
CHAMPION IN GOVERNOR.
US JUST AT PRESENR.
the interior during the summer.
The bureau has been materially
OF BURRIS, OREGON.
Freighters out on the I’rineville-
assisted in its work by the receipt
Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
Attorney-Uencnl Will Endeavor to Nave
Dalles a« Msaiber of SUte Irrigation regularly of the daily, monthly and
machine on a sharp grade. This I
11 His Time.
Despite the Land Board.
caster, Mr. E. A. Beab; also by lit>
S tockiioldbhb :—John D. Daly, Frank R. Collin. N. U. Carpenter, R. J.
question has also confronted Mr.
erature from a number of the coun
Charles Cunningham has sold Johnson, who say3 that should the
Williams, J. W. Geary, C. Cummins, H. M. Horton, C. A. Haines, H'ui.
¡Mallett, democratic ties, gotten up in the highest and
A dispatch to th-JOregonian, says
Jones, Thomas Davis.
didate for joint representative best style of the printer’s art. Lit his entire clip of wool to the Union automoble line become a reality, he ¡ 1 “Who enters here leaves hope be
State and County tyJarrants bought at the marhetprice.
-this and Milheurcounties finds erature has been received from Ba woolen mills, for 12j cents a pound. will be compelled to run it at night hind,” is the motto which Governor
mposeible to visit this section at ker, Benton, Coos, Jackson, Jose
is insured and w ill be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
Some time ago John P Wilbur,
or hold up day or night.
present and his affairs are so phine, Lane, Linn, Malheur, Marion, superintendent of the mills, was in
citizen sees over the door of the
V.rt lated that it is possible he will Polk, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa,
Pendleton looking over the wool
'1 unable to come before the elec- Wasco and Yamhill counties.
conditions, and while here closed Lamonta, hav6 a curiosty at their [ Washington. This sentiment was
' The following letter under
The railroad and transportation the deal for the Cunningham wool home which is the cause of much expressed in a letter which 'Gover
n I je of May 2 was received by J. C. companies have also favoied them at the figure stated above. There comment in that vicinity. A short nor Chamberlain wrote to Attorney-
with their choice printed matter r.nd will be abont 450 sacks of the clip, time ago, while out hunting, they General Crawford directing the
<■»•«■><-»er> oeo-r»«o <»•«■*•
ID My Dear Sir—I have just receiv- maps, thus enabling the bureau to or about 180,000 pounds, whicji ran acioss a den of coyotes and took latter to bring a suit in the name
M. A lexander . P resident .
E. II. T est , Cashier
)S a your letter of May 1. It is need- put before the eastern people authen will bring to the sheepman at the two of the little cubB home with of the state against the Warner
W m . J ones , V ice -P rbsident .
C. E. K enyon , Asst. Cashier à
, f s to eay that I am very much tic information, which materially price paid, $22,500.
them to tame. The little animals Valley Livestock Companv to can
:awd to receive such a letter from aids in bringing people to this great
The most of the wool will be were in captivity at the Messinger
companv holds 5000 acres of land
u and to note the interest you state.
hauled to Echo and shipped from ranch only a short time, however,
the political welfare of your
Counties not represented in the there to the mill; but a portion will when they were adopted by a moth-1 claimed by Warner Valley settlers.
The settlers have at last won
, A., unty and district,
bureau, desiring to take advantage be brought to the warehouse here erly dog who now feeds them, and
BurT am quite sure that your section of this free and splendid opportun and shipped from this point.
watches with a protecting interest
country is now only in its infancy ity of inducing newcomers to locate
The first few loads of the clip every movement the little cubs
We Solieit Yoer Banking Business.
' development and needs the eup- with them should take immediate have been brought in, and from make. There is no lack of harmony Attorney-General Crawford said
>rt and energy of ail your people steps to get out new literature and now on the road will be lined with and perfect satisfaction between the this evening that, he will bring the
1 C. E. Kenyon, II. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William Ä
guide iU.rapid growth through 8UjH,iy material for exhibits The wool wagons from al! the camps. *,wo Difani cyotes and their adopted suit as requested. The members
Miller Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
of the State Land Board could not
TIYLPeriod of years in such a way as railroad and transportation com-
agree as to the authority of the
> do the greatest good to the great- panies have kindly offered to for
board to bring a suit. The settlers
nrtai 4 number.
ward same free of expense, if ad
asked the board to order the suit
e in Replying. to that part of your dressed to the bureau.
3.1'1' liter where: you refe\ to the politic
commenced. After considering the
The public generally is invited to
petition a decision was written ad
rj'' 1 outlook Jn Harney County 1 de visit the bureau and aid in the work
verse to the request, but Governor
jeg, . ‘ ire to sayjto you, and all whom it of development of the state. Th
Chamberlain dissented and placed
?alit jay concern, that nothing would rooms are on the second floor,
in the records a protest in which
'nil! ¡ve me greater pleasure than to Union Depot, Portland, Oregon.
he expresses the opinion that the
st I’* ¡Bit Harney county and meet and
board should order suit brought
onfer with’your people on politic-
’ he Burns Druggists
Secretary of State Dunbar and
.1 questions, as well as the question
do not hesitate to recommend Dys
Treasurer Moore took the position
j(jpp »f irrigation—which is vital to the pepsia Cuie to their friends and
that there is no law authorizing the
reel,|>|ievelopui«nt of our district.
board to take such action, but that
It 1» my intention to visit your
more/ill health than any thing else
their is a law empowering the Attor
A General Banking Business Transacted
““Section al the earliest possible con-
It deranges the stomach, and brings
«•mvenience^ I deeply regret, however on all manner of disease. Kodol
to bring suit, and that a suit brought
pr,ihat it is almost impossible to give
Dyspepsi Cure digests what you
in that manner several years ago
*^£the neoenarv time to make such a eat, cures indigestion, dyspepsia
was upheld by the Supreme Court.
and all stomach disorders. Kodol
Governor Chamberlain, being in
i jWjf are aware, I accepted the is not only a perfect digestant but
intment an a member of the a tissué building tonic as we!). Re
action of the board and decided to
State Irrigation commission, the newed health, perfect strength and
PENN MUTUAL LIFE ETIWCE OMpflNY, v
go it None.”
duties of which from my point of increased vitality follow its use.
First National Bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Mview, are exacting as the welfare of
a large part of our state depends in
’l" * great Pleasure on the exactment ■
of better water I hwb .
The acceptance rtf the appoint-
" ment carried with it the presump-
tion that. each member would spare
__ ■ no time nor pains to do his whole
duly in that work—which duty is
rra BQ less than the very best within
Oil Project Discussed at Ontario.
At a meeting-of the citizens of
Ontario, held at the council cham
ber last night, preliminary steps
were taken looking to a permanent
organization of a board of trade in
this city. F. W. Metcalf was cho
sen temporary chairman and J. R.
’VI hi« ability.
Gregg temporary secretary.
Now our Commission has been
Messrs. Cliff Boyer, Fraser and
API^ asked to meet Mr. Newell, chief En
Jacobegaard, were appointed a
gineer of the Reclamation Service, committee on constitution and by
Irriga laws and will report at the next
ishcdiii and th« Washington Stale
I »liver <
JOV.F.ft tion Commission at the same place
meeting, May 10.
in letterii! in Washington not yet agreed upon
J. C. Blood, who is representing
(** Ug as to time) probably in the Pennsylvania capitalist with a view
near future— in this month—and of boring for oil in this section be
the Oregon Commission also has a tween the Malheur anti Nyssa, ad-
meeting during this month. I have dre-sed the meeting and stated just
in addition to this work, some build what his company expected from
ing contracts let on which work will the land owners. Mr, Blood has
begin in May and it_ is absolutely been here for the nast two months
necessary for me to give it a part of securing leasee, mid several of our
my time during the month.
farmers have not as yet signed the
You will see by this my time is lease contract. The eastern com
3 the WM all taken up ’till the first of June.
pany desire a block of 5000 acres,
ted the place of honor and if the same can be Becured, the
and h>"t- whe
red with some reluctance company agrees to begin operations.
for the reason that I could not see Mr. Blood, in his remarks, stated
he « cm «1
how so late in the season I co?ld I ¿faat
to do my oU COU1<J be found i» Mb*
the party and the people I uUfy Olltario and that he and
Miss Hazel Moomaw, Jaughier of
Postmaster Mootnaw, after two
years spent at Kansas City complet
ing her musical education, returned
home last evening, accompanied by
Mrs. Geo. L. McGrath, sister of Mrs-
Moomaw.—Baker City Democrat.
C. H. Voegtly s Hardware Store.
A Cure For Piles
The above shows one of the modern and up-to-date business ■ “I had a bad case of piles,” says G.
houses in Burns. Such buildings show enterprise and permanency I F. Carter, of Atlanta, Ga.. “and con
of our city. This building was erected in 1899, the lower floor be sulted a physician who advised ine
ing occupied by Mr, Voegtly’s hardware establishment, the second | to try a box of DeWitt's Witch Ha
zel Salve. 1 purchased a box and
by the Masonic Lodge, Dr. Brown’s dental oflice and the central of
was entirely cured. It is splendid
fice of the local telephone exchange.
for piles, giving relief instantly, and
I heartily recommend it to all suf
Rugg Bros.»Cunningham, E Evans, mother, and people from different ferers.” DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Pedro Bros., and the rest of the' points in the surrounding country Salve is unequalled for its healing
sheepmen are now beginning to [ travel many tr.iles to witness the qualities. Eczema and other skin
haul, and by the first of the week happy family and the big guardian diseases, al8<> sores, cuts, burns and
all of the clip will begin to move. J who keeps a watchful eye on her wounds of every kind are quickly
Four cars of wool came in from two playful sons—Prineville Jour- cured by it. Sold by Burna Drug
Wallula yesterday for the scouring nal.
mills to clean up, after which it '
will be shipped to the eastern mar
furniture cheaper than ever be
When The Sap Rises
ket. The scouring mills are receiv
fore in this town. We bought
Weak lungs should be careful.
ing carloads of Washington wool
right and will sell right. The very
every day, and the first shearings Coughs and colds are dangerous ! nicest in Lace and Muslin Cur
made over this county are now then. One Minute Cough Cure tains. Ladies, call and inspect.
cures coughs and colds and gives
being brought in for cleaning.
We can please you in both style
Bv the time of the first sales day strength to the Jungs. Mrs. G. E. and price. Bureaus, Chiffoniers,
the warehouses will be full of wool Fenner, of Marion, Ind., say», “I Sideboards, Iron Beds, and in fact
suffered wi|h a cough until I run
his company were willing to spend waiting for the inspection of the down in weight from 148 to 92 lbs everything in our line.— Burns
™ be very grateful to you if ,hejr money without a cent of cogt buyers —East Oregonian.
I tried a number of remedies to no Furniture Co.
■ take the trouble to explain
the land owner8, to bore for the
avail until I used One Minute Cough
[people the peculiar circum- same. *
Is Running an Automobile.
The Windsor, under the manage-,
Four bottles of this wonder
I in which I am situated, and
Chairman Metcalf appointed J.
of C. B. Smith A Co., is one ■
y say that I hope to visit R. Blackaby, E. H. Test, and upon I An automobile skimming around ful remedy cured me entirely of
most popular resorts in the
Valley some time during motion Mr. Metcalf was select*!, I the ’’wild and wooiv” sections of the cough, «lengthened my lungs
interior. Finest of liquors and .
ion if possible.
and the three will interview all Eastern Oregon bids fair to be a weight, health and strength.” Sold cigars, billiards and card tables
Mont Respectfully Yours,
land owners wbo have not signed familiar sight in the near future, as by Burns Drug stores.
and expert mixologists.
C. W. Mallett the lease and do all in their power it has been proved that ma
chine is esepcially adapted for hill
I to have them do so.
Mr. Blood's associates are now in climbing, the test having been
The Finest of All
Boise awaiting the final decision, made by a Mr. Johnson, who is
luarterlv report of the work ■ returnable Thursday evening.
manager of the big irrigation enter-
the Oregon Information Bu-
It is hoped the committee will I prise in Crook county. It will be
ows a marked increase in have no difficulty in securing the remembered that before winter’s
nl*rof people wbo have been 1 necessary signatures, for the work snow had disappeared Mr. Johnson
I in locating in the state by contemplated means much for Do started out for Prineville, but found
Far Sale Oily at
it impossible to travel through the
tation through correepon- tario and th!« section.—Argus,
or persona! contact
snow and left his auto, at Dufur
i number of persons visiting
John T Whistler of the goohrgi- When he started out from The
treat* for the past quarter end- ! cal survey is in th- city and will Dalle* altout two weeks ago he left
arch 31st. is 1811; letters re-1 leave tomorrow for the proposed at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon and
I, 121; letter« mailed, 575; lit- reservoirsite in Harper basin. He reached Bakeoven at 7 o’clock that
e mailed. 1768; otherwise die- is a guest at the Hotel Ontario.— evening, a distance of fiftv miles.
fW^Eolhci’l liras , Dtolributrrs, Portland, Oregon
He claims to have made the trip
«d,9O55. Ninety-five persons i Argus.
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aat / g . 1/’/•; uefore
Sherman & Harmon,
I mucs all forms of sound life insurui <-e at the lows t rates. ()ur policies
guarantee after three payments are made
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract.
II. A paid up policy.
III. Loan or cash suriender value.
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
ix * vre .
R. II. Benedict,
11. A. Dillard, Agent.
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