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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY. OREGON, JUNE 4, I9o4.
NOMADIC SHEEP THE CAUSE his flock, and had threatened to PINCHOT'RECOMMENDS THEM good for ten years, and the tenure TAPS JOHN DAY COAL FIELD
MAN OF CROOK
Lawleisueai Would bo Obviated If
Foreijo Sheep and Vicious Char-
actera Were Kept Out.
murder him if he did not keep out
of that section. As a matter of
fact, the man had acquired govern
ment title to most of his land. In
fear, this citizen has been keeping
his mouth loosed. This i« only one
of many cases.
“One of the best things the state
could do, according to my way of
thinking, would be to make laws
prohibiting large bands of sheep
from making the overland foraging
trip to California. With this prac
tice stopped, I belieye the local peo
ple would be able to take care of
the undesirable citizens who are in
their midst. The people of Crook
and Lake counties are hoping for
peace as much as it is desired by
Mr. Fogle is in neither the sheep
nor cattle business, although he
has relatives who are sheepmen and
relatives who. are cattlemen in
Crook county, and is in a position
to give an unbiased view of the ex
BLUE AND MAURY NOUNTAIN TRACTS
Protests That Speculators Have Tried
Secure Lands Reach Depsrtment--
Otber Withdrawal Assured.
of life of the old survey had about
expired. If the Corvallis Ar East
ern has surveyors at work on the
proposed line through Eastern Ore
gon, Mr stone is ignorant of the
The advantage that would accrue
from an extension of the Corvallis
& Eastern Railroad to Eastern Ore
gon is much greater today than
cruld have been the case 30 years
ago, when the project was first ta
ken up. What was then a barren
desert is rapidly changing into cul
tivated homes. Over 27,000 acres
of farm land is under irrigation in
the valley of the Deschutes, and
tbe work of reclaiming the arid but
rich land is only begun. Millions
of feet of marketable timber mark
the route of the proposed road.
JOHN D DAI.Y, Pnna
FRANK R. COFFIN, Vics Pass
& IDAHO SHORT LINE.
Line Projected to Run From a Point on
The Columbia River to Nnmpn.
Idnho--A Short Cut.
N. L*. CARPENTER, C ashbk ,
A. C. WELCOME, A sht . C aiubm .
OF BURNS, OREGON.
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
S tock hoi . deh s :—John D. Daly, Frank R. Coffin. N. U. CarpenteY, R. J.
Williams, J. W. Geary, 0. Cummins, H. M. Ilortou, C. A. Haines. W'ui,
A special to the Oregonian from
According to the Oregonian Chief
f “Recent atrocites and the accom
Jones, Thomas Davis.
pany ing rein of lawlessness in Crook
Forester Pinchot has recommended
State and County Warrant] bony tit at tbe market price.
poration have been filed for the
and the range counties of eastern
the creation of the Blue Mountain
This bank is insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
Oregon should not be attributed to
Oregon & Idaho Short Line Rail
and Maury Mountain reserves in
or hold up day or night.
the cattlemen and to the sheepmen
Eastern Oregon. In the former it is
who make their homes in that sec
F. S. Stanley and H. T. Hendryx
recommended that about 3,000,000
tion,” said W. T. Fogle of Prine
acres be embodied; in tbe latter
ville, a nespaper man who was in
The objects of this company are
something over 60,000 acres in the
Portland to the Journal.
E. II. T bbt , Cashier
to construct and operate a railroad » M. ALKXANDKK. PuKStDKNT.
center of Crook County. Although
C. E. K enyon , Asst. Cashier
B ‘ The offenses against the peace
from a point on the Columbia River " W.M. JoNZS, VlCK-l’RHalDHNT.
Forester Pinchot most urgently re
laws of the state should be placed
accessible to river steamboats,
the creation of the Blue
where they belong— at the doors of
through the lower John Day coal
Mountain reserve, it is not probable
nomadic sheepmen, who, for years
district, via Condon, Fossil and tbe
I he Burns Druggists
that the President will issue a pro
have encroached on the ranges,
great wheat belt bordering the Blue 2
clamation creating this reserve for , ask the readers of this paper to test
' coming in from other counties, and
Mountain range, and ultimately
some time to come,
at the doors of a worthless lot of
commendation has been referred to Those persons who have used it connecting with the Oregon Short
.. citizens, ne’er-do-wells, who are by
We SolieitflVonr- Banking Business.
Land Commissioner Richards, in and who have been cured by it, do Line at or near Nampa, Idaho.
.¿itealth doing all in their power to
—M. Alexander, Win. Jones, E. II. Test,
whose office there are numerous not hesitate to recommend it to
keep the trouble pot boiling.
An Alarm Clock for 35c.
Estate of Abner Robbins, William
protests against the creation of tbe their friends. Kodol digests what
I “I lay these charges for the real
reserve. His records also contain you eat, cures indigestion’ dvspep
■conditions to outside influence, well
If you want to get up earley and information tending to show at ' sia and all stomach troubles. In- John Day. It is also a v< ry feasible ccKJSk’^HixJsV'USV ♦ < jsvo <*♦ oeo sjeo-otoxi*
.'knowing that relations between the feel good alkday take a Little Early
¡and short route for the O. R & N.
■local sheep and cattlemen have Riser or two at bed lime. These tempts have been made by various ! creases strength by enabling the to reach the Columbia River after
■been strained for years, and that the famous little pills relax the nerves, persons to secure lands within the \ stomach and digestive organs to leading the Snake, without crossing
■conditions reached a culmination give quiet rest and refreshing sleep, proposed reserve, with a view to contribute to the blood all of the any drainage system, as the line
HOWARD StBRfiK PRMVCNT
B. F. WHITE, V -P
■ last summer. But 1 also know with a gentle movement of the bow- having them converted into a base nutriment contained in the food. would follow the basin of the John
W. R. SEBREE, C «
■ that the local men have the welfare ells about breakfast time. W H.
Day to a low gap opening into the
of their county at heart, that they Howell, Houston, Tex., says “Early Bureau has, however, carefully ex and palatable.
Burnt River basin, thus practical);'
are reasonable men, and that when Risers are the best pill made for am lied each minor subdivision, and |
tbe Blue Mountains
“Lumpy Jaw” is again Manifest.
left alone they have been able to constipation, sick headache, bilious as far as practical has drawn the
three high divides
reserve limits so as to exclude priv
settle their differences.
ness, etc.” Sold by BurnB druggists. ate holdings.
by the O. R. & N.
“Lumpy Jaw,’ a disease more
“The chief cause of all the trou
at Meacham, Telocaset and Pleas
ble is the ranging of foreign sheep
HIGH INTEREST ILLEGAL.
in Crook county, a practice that has
The company is acting for East
A General Banking Business Transacted
resulted in cutting down the ranges
Judge George, of the State Circuit
ern capitalists. The enterprise h.is
of both the local sheepmen and the Court, handed down an important
taken such favorable forn. that the
local cattlemen, disturbing the decision yesterday affecting the tax
work is In lie pressed on the t-oalde-
boundaries which the latter have sales of property, says the Oregon
established, and causing general ian. The decision was in the case
trouble. If let ijlone there would of C; D. Ed wards versus LG Wright,
be ample range for all the native trustee for others, and the action
sheep and cattie of Crook county.. was to quiet title to propeily in an
MUTUAL I lfE INSURANCE 1 OMpANY,
Instead of permitting this harmon addition to St. Johns which was
ious condition, sheep come into the bid in ami bought nt. a tax sale b.v
INCORPORA H I) I847.
county from Wheeler, Gilliam, the defendants Edwards claimed
Iitali'"« xlI f« rinR oi Hiiuixl life infumi ci*
Wasco and other counties One < f that the assessment was void and
giixrjifit.ee jitter linee |>Hyjueiil> ..< • ihaJe
I. A molimi i<- extended niHiirance l<>r Hi l ieu ui 1 lie contract.
the worst evils of all comes from filed suit to recover possession of
11 A paid up policy.
the sheep droves that are piesutna- tbe property. Th- question of in
III. L«»un or tiwh surrender value.
Unexcelled a<4 n dividend paver.
blv being taken Io California. terest arose and up-tit this question
/. vfàn T/ g ’. i /’/’; UHh'oiu: run /.v..//</•:.
These droves are started through Judge George gave his decision sus
Crook county early in the summer, taining the plaintiff's demurrer To
R. Il IL « edict,
and so leisurely is the passage, that the answer of the defendant. In hie
11. A. I>idar<|, Agent.
8nrn», O f .
practically the entire summer is decision J uilge George held that,
consumed in getting the bands while bidders at tax sales mav bid
across the county. Lake county anything they like in the matter of
THE MONUMENTAL BRONZE
suffers from this same interference interest, the Sheriff could not legal
COMPANY, of Bridgeport, Conn,
of the outsiders.
ly accept a bid w th interest great
has appointed M. L. Lewis, their
“Because of these conditions, lo er than 10per cent, the legal amount.
THE FIRST NARIONAL BANK OF- BURNS.
agent for Hartley County. This
cal sheepmen have suffered during This decision will have the effect,
the entire summer ranging period, practically, of preventing the bid
This is one of the substantial buildings recently eaected in our old reliable Company makes all
and the winter range has come on ding of interest higher than 10 per city. It is not large, but ample for the purposes and one of the most kinds of Monuments, Grave Covers.
fiord, the people of East slid Centrsl Oregon nil the opportunity of n
in bad condition. The result is at subsequent tax sales, and will at neatly furnished interior of any banking institution in Eastern Ore Corner posts Vases ami Urns, out
tirst clans modern JiusinesH College, It in n Inline institution covering
is that the local tnen have some least prevent the Sheriff from ac- gon. The furniture is oak with marble base boards and desk tops. of pure refined Zink, which is one
every course involved in Businee« College work
Its nites are the name
hh charged elsewhere and the methods are the same. Students admitted
of the elementary or virgin metals,
times encroached on the - cattle cepting a bid bearing a greater in-
nt any time. Inntruction nt the College or hv mail. During the mtminer
ranges, and the cattle ranges have terest.
moutiie the College will conduct a
Richards will Î particularly affecting cattle, is said the same ns gold anil silver, and is
indestructable and cannot be affect
quietly attempted to extend, so as
make a personal investigation to see to be again quite prevalent in vari
ed by the climatic conditions.
to take in a little of what the ebeep
Wool ail Sold oa Sheep’s Backs.
if it is practicable to eliminate ad ous localities in this county, says
These monuments are chea|>er by
men regard as their range. If out
ditional private holdings. He is
For teachers anil others who ilesini a reviewing or preparatory course.
half than any kind of stone,
For the first time in twenty years
the Baker Democrat.
side owners keep off, I believe the
For specimens of pen work, ami full information on Business College sub
determined that this reserve, when
troubles in Lake and Crook counties
Last year the state veterinary
created, shall generate as little lieu
would adjust themselves, and there has been sold before the sheep have base as possible, and will only con surgeon was called to Baker City not be broken. Mr. Lewis desires
M. EJ. -EBlgiosr,
would be no need for the governor bgen sheared, Mr 8. A. Heilner sent to the inclusion within the re to make investigations and those all who are contemplating the pur
chase of anything in this line to
ZB- clxzx S, Oxog-orx.
to offer rewards to reclaim tbe ter the veteran wool man of Baker City serve of private lands shown to be cattle affected were killed.
ritory from a seeming reign of law says he is completely surprised at held by bona fide settlers who in Stockmen say a few cases have 1 call on him st the office of Biggs A
lessness. In many instances this thia year’s market. The fleeces are tend to remain there. This exhaus made their appearance this year Biggs, and see designs sample of
condition is solely responsible for very fine but buyers have purchas tive examination will consume sev and one or two persons have been ! material and get prices
hundreds of sheep having been kill ed at an average of 12 1-2 cents a eral weeks, possibly months.
named as having milch cows affect
pound without even looking at the
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
ed and at the same lune are using
“It is true that the boundaries of flocks. Sheep men and brokers
the milk not only for their own use
the cattle ranges and the sheep are all happy over the situation.— is looked for on the Maury Mount
ain recomendalion of Pinchot. This but are furnishing the public with
ranges are for the most part imagi Democrat.
proposed reserve is a clear-cut pro the lacteal fluid. If this is true the consider sealed bids for 50 cords of
nary lines, and as such has been
position, with practically all pri guilty persons should be prosecuted. wood to l>e delivered in September,
the cause of much trouble, but this
Our stock of iron beds is now vats lands eliminated.
| 1904, said bids to lie opened and
Z e Æ cx I co Tlxls HeadquartGiö.
trouble as I said before, would right .complete and at very resonable
considered on Saturday, the 4th
itself if the local people were left prices. Call and see our folding
The Windsor, under the manage day of June, 1904 at 10 o'clock a.
Talk Stirs Albany Folks.
alone. In many instances range beds, steel couches, etc.—Burns
ment of C. B. Smith ft Co., is one in. of said day.
posts have been set by consent of Furniture Co
of the most popular resorts in the
The court reserves the right to
The reports that have appeared interioi. Finest of liquors and reject any and all bids
both sides, but later the range
poets have been changed, apparent
F. 8 R irdeb ,
M. R. Biggs and wife spent sever in the Portland papers of late to the cigars, billiards and card tables
ly for no other reason than to cause al darn at the Bend last week, effect that the Corvallis Ar Eastern and expert mixologists.
dispute, and to get the local folks where the Judge was busy with hie Railroad is likelv to be purchased
political fence«.—Prineville Jour and extend by Harriman, or that
urveving parties are at work in
“With regard to tbe local ne’er- nal.
The Finest of All t*
I Eastern Oregon relocating tbe line
do-wells, I would say that they pro
of the old Oregon Pacific Railroad,
fit by the animosities. These men
Furniture cheaper than ever be
are the same as those found in all fore in this town. We bought i are not given verification by Man- j
border communities. They get right gnd will sell right. The very ager Edwin Stone, of .he Corvallis
their living in a manner known on nicest in Lace and Muslin Cur A Eastern Railroad,
ly to themselves—a manner totally tains. Ladies, call and inspect. gonian.
Far Sale Oily at
opposed to good order and g
csn p|eage you ¡n troth style
citizenship. It has been said bold- and prjce Bureaus, Chiffoniers, ago th«- Corvallis <t Eastern Rail-
ly. for instauce, that prior to the sjdeboard, Iron Beds, and in fact road did send out a party of sur
recent shooting MTBpcz, sne °
in our line.—Burn« veyors and relocated the line of tbe
proposed ro d through Eastern Ore
these undesirable citizens and bis pornjlore Q,
but that thia bad no signifi
fluents, Burns, Ore
friends were traced directly to his
home, after they had called on a
d Bns, Distributers. Portland, Oregon.
right of way. as a survey is only
local sheep owner, had despoiled I able prices.
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