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THE PROPOSED LOCAL OPTION a class of drunkards would go. locality and that some cattle had
IS THE PLACE
These could all engage in other been sold at fair prices. There is
businesses that would necessarially an abundance of waier—in fact too
THE VIEWS OF ONE WHO IS IN »AVOR double the population of Oregon in much— as some of the swamps that
a few years dye to ths necessity of have here-to-fore been cut for ha/ Yearlingsand 1 wo-year-olds in quantities losuit
01 SUCH A LAW.
employing a large number of men and pastuied are under waler,
The bulls can be seen at the "P” Ranch, and
In speaking of the recent range
in our manufactories. Men will
desiring to purchase should intpi ire
troubles in Lake county Mr. Dun
Sarasa ky Rev. A. J. Irwia, Pastor of the buy more of the necessaries and
F. H. Howell, Assistant to the Gen
Praakyteriso Church of Burn« on
luxuries when their money does not can says there is not such a reign
Sunday, May Nth.
go for liquor. Thus there would of terror in that section as would
tion as t prices and will sell the same-
be an increased demand for manu 1 appear from newspaper comment
Provisions and Feed a Specialty.
GoJ holds men responsible for factured articles and this demand and that the stories are exaggerated.
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK CO
He says it is the general impres
their act s as citizens of a country will be met in cur own state. Let
just a« certainly as he holds them us see whether local option or even sion of the people of his neighbor
hood that J. C. Conn was not mur
responsible for their moral acts in prohibition will drive people from
dered or that he knew anything
the kingdom of God. A man’s
about the range troubles or had
citizenship is a sacred trust Every natural resources and conditions
to do with them whatever.
citizen is held responsible, so far as almost identical, Kansas and Ne
All kinds of Frwsh Vegetables in Season,
s oldest friende and neigh
his influence goes, for the social, braska. Kansas prohibition, Ne
bors in that section are satisfied he
moral and spiritual life of his gov
killed himself and that ill health
• ft •
ernment. This responsibility is in 1900 Kansas increased in popula
creased many fold in our country tion ten times as fast as Nebraska. was the cause of the rash deed.
“Uncle” George is hale and hear
with its free ballot Bystem And Take two other states almost alike
when so vital a question, as that in natural conditions, North and ally well for a man of his age.
now before the people of the state of South Dakota. During the same
Oregon, is presented, every citizen’s ten years North Dagota. prohibition,
For a Hundred Years.
responsibility íb increased infinite increased in population more than
building 100x600,feet, 150 feet two stories in height.
ly. 1 refer to the Local Option
For a hundred years or more
Liquor Law. What is this propos
•Witch Hazel has been recognized
ed law? “Local option means that cording to the official statistic of as a superior remedy, but it remain
ing for Eastern Shipments.
the people of each locality shall the Census Bureau, given out Oct. ed for E. C. DeWitt »t Co. of Chica
Cea), Flour, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Sulpher,
have the privilege of choosing for
go, to discover how to combine the
Wool and grain sacksand Twine, Grain and Feed.
themselves by precincts, wards or
virtures of Witch Hazel with other
paid for Hides and Pelts
counties, decided by a majority
antiseptics, in the form of a salve.
Stock Yards uuith all the Liatest and Best
vote at the polls, whether they will loon counties; seven cities, and ev DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the
have the licensed saloon in their ery one of them saloon cities, suf best salve in the world for sores,
Facilities for Handling Stock
! Home Insurance Co., of New York,
fered a decline. The average gain
precinct, ward or county ’’
cuts, burns, bruises and piles. The
Liverpool, London & Globe,
First let us notice the social fea of the Prohibition cities of the state, high standing of this salve has
ture of the law. We are social be
T. G. CONDON, manager.
given rise to counterfeits, and the
Fire Assurance Co , Philadelphia.
ings bound together by social ties. cent, or nearly four times the aver public is advised to look for the
BIOÖS & BIGGS.
Each locality desires to rule itself age gain of the state. Such statis name “DeWitt” on the package,
Corner South of Lunaburg & Dalton's.
in SO) far as that rule does not con-» tics could be multiplied indefinite and accept no other. Sold by Burns
flirt With laws of the state or the ly. Lack of space will not permit druggists.
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United States. Local option is more.
The law also has a financial bear
horns rule ar.d local option is the
It is this that concerns' most Carriages, Buggies and Buckboards
basis principle of American gov-
people. Will the fruitage of this are arriving now and selling as fast
Under existing laws in the larger law make or lose me money? Ans as we can get them in. We have
JPKER 4 WI180N.
cities, resident portions cannot say wer that question and I will vote two car loads of these goods here
whether or not they must have sa accordingly. Let us see. In Ill and in trains. The best stock of
Rates $2.00 and $2 50 per day.
loons. This law will give them the inois (high license) the deposits in Wagons and Vehicles ever brought
right and power to determine the the savings bank are about $6 per to Burns. Call and look at goods
■0?- People living near towns capita. In Kansas prohibition, de even if you do not desire to buy at
This modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
must go there to trade, to attend posits are about $64, and in Maine the present time. Geer & Cummins.
public. Harney County people will be always welcome
church. They must send their about $103 per capita. Samuel F.
and courteously cared for. A first-class bar in connectiqp.
children to school there and pay Peatersons, the prohibition Sheriff
OÁlirt taxes, made necessary by the of Cumberland county Maine, said:
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION
U. L. Land Office, Burns', Oregon.
Umor trafic, and yet have no voice During the first year of my admin
May 7, 1904.
■Bcerning the saloon. This law is istration I turned back into the city
A sufficient contest affidavit having
cmtaiiily a fair one. There is no
been filld in this office by Grant Kes
class discrimination. It is not a per cent of the entire pauper fund, terson, contestant, against Homestead
MjKhibition law. It simply says to because I had no use for it. Before entry 1855, made February 21, 1903, for
««ch county, ward or precinct the close of Sheriff Pearsons’ brief N££ 8WJ£ and W)2 SE,1^ Section 17,
your’s is the right of choice, liquor term of office, Cumberland county Township 25 S., Range 28 E., by Libby
J. Mulloy Contestée, in which it is al
O^ño liquor. It is a just law. It for the first time in its history, owed leged tiiat Libby J. Mulloy has totally
W BAILEY, proprietor,
Bites the majority a right to rule.
abandoned said entry and lias not resid
Having n wly furnished sever.ll comfortable rooms
ed upon or improved said entry for more
The opponents of the law ought to its treasury.
Hutchinson Kansas had, under than six months next prior hereto, and
for the occupance of private patients, I desire to an
U willing for that. Perhaps the
nounce that I am ready to receive surgical or medical
■■■ictment of tbs law would not high license, increased its city debt there are now no improvements thereon,
and that said alleged absence was not
change the present condition of by $75,000. There was a deficit in due to iter employment in the Army,
caseon reasonable terms.
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS.
things in Harney County. Per the street fund of $8,000. The Navy or Murine Corps of the U. 8., said | CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
haps a large majority does not want yearly cost of criminal cases was parties are hereby notified to appear,
Pleasant Quarters provided for
Courteous and obli^in^ Mixologists.
thorn changed, but let every man $6,000. There was a deficit in the respond and offer evidence touching said
allegation at 10 o’clock a. in. on June
eesa ♦♦♦ ♦ eaaa ww.
be broad in his sympathies, world general fund of $15,000. Two 15tli, 1904 before the Register and Re ww. WW. ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ -. ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ,
wide in his sense of what íb right
ceiver at the United States Land Office
EXPERIENCED NURSHS in ATTENDANCE-
and fair and manly in his determi- this change: The street fund now in Burns, Oregon.
The said contestant having, in a pro
nation to give to eve/y county,
Chas. E. McPheeters, Propt.
WWd and precinct the privilege of ficit in the general fund decreased per affidavit, filed May 7, 1904 set forth
facts which show that after due diili-
determining whether or not it will to $8000. The cost of criminal cases gence personal service of this notice can
not be made, it is hereby ordered and
The law also has a moral feature. The criminal docket has practically directed that such notice begiven by due
Large well furnished house. Good large comforta:-Ie rooms ai <1 bedsand
It seeks to bring about a condition disappeared and the police force has and proper publication.
well furnished tables. This is the pioneer hotel ol Drewsey, bnt having
m . F arrï ,
which will enable a person to live a
recently been destroyed by fire, a new bnilding much larger and more
If a laboring man buys $100
convenient has been erected. Everything new and neat.
moral life more easily. Gold-4one
worth of boots and shoes, he buys
said: The object of law ie to make
HORTON & SAYER, Propts.
$20.71 worth of labor. $100 worth
it as easy as possible for men to do
of furniture,$23 77 worth of labor,
Stop at the Bartlett
rifflit and as difficult as possible fur
$100 worth of b irdware, $24 17
them to do wrong. This law seek*
FEED BARN IN CONNFC ’ION.
worth of labor. $100 worth of cloth
that end. You hear the cry : You
ing $17.42 worth of labor. At the
can’t make a man moral bv law.
same time he brings valuable sup
True, but vou can prelect i. very
plies to his family, he stimulât'8 ARE SOLD
largúelas* against immorality. If
hi* business and adds Io the de
drunkeuess today was to pass from
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good .?oad.
mand for labor. While the man
the land with the death of the
who Im vs $ 100 woi th of liquor, buys
Lumber Yard in Burns.
“drunks,” there would lie no pro
$1 23 worth of labor bis family is
posed local option law But it
made wretched, he is made worse
won’t. The sixteen thousand sa- ¡
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physical!»-, financially and morally;
Iiionain Oregon need eight thousand ;
his j>>’> is imperiled and he has
boyBiin Oregon every year to replen- |
wasted his money. No liqu°r- pave
ish th" ranks of the drunkards. I
The object of the proposed law is
Keeps everything that cat. b found in a first-
have two boys but neither of them j
' to give the people of any locality
class and up-to-date Drug Store. Oui Store
to gjve to the saloon. With this
, the right to put this evil from them
is modern and our Labrat' ty comp! te. We
awful moral danger al my door
1 This is not a question of passing
will I ever have to give either of
Have Largest Assostment of Prescription Drugs
moment Eternal destines depend
thdhL’ God forbid.
upon the answer. Men and women
Mli>- law also has a political •*- I
In the interior.
already en’hrolled. children, stand
pact It is a political question in I ing for the first time facing this
We compound and dispense medi
the purest sence for it concern« ev- | great evil, infants, born of drunken
sty voter. It has to do with the parents, with the death rattle in
cine with scietific
bod y v politic. It is concerned with | their little throats and generations
Comt in take a look at a
beautiful display of
law. It will have an influence on
yet tinhorn and a just and loving
th- polity of the state, the ™
I God over all. calls, with ringing
And^re go arantee every article I bat goes
■r. Concerned about it. Some I 1 voices, every man and . woman to
On the counter you will
«Iso find catalog illus
out of oar store. When in need of any
Bould have you believe it to „ iM* A ! | the discharge of hi* divine duty
thing in our line don't fail to call as you
prohibition party measure. Not so against this
will get your money’s worty
Every temperance organization in
Ihe state is in favor of the law and
k large class who are not temper-
Storie« Eu,le rated
Lice people. The adoption of this
‘•Uncle” Geo. Duncan arrived
law June 6th will not close a single
If you want the
L.i'om in the stale. It will put here Wednesday evening from hi*
very best value«
Manufacturers and 'feeler, in
for your money
■hat matter in the hands of coun home at Stiver Lak*and will spend
ties. wards and precincts.
This proposed law sieo has a relative« Thia make« hi« 25th tr.p
migratory feature. Local option «cross the deaert in his life time
Bridles, .Spurs, Whips, Robes: Wopes. Etc.
H. M: HORTON,
Wngon Work and Horseshoeing.
will drive people out of the com and he save it was the “worst ever.”
If your stock are ailing in anv way come and get some
munity or state. Not iteceaaarially The roads are badly washed out
General Repairing. All Work Guarant ed.
Security Stock Remedies; Gall cure, Kniment«, blisters,
I suppose the liquor manufacturer, and rough.
etc. Also poultry food.
Address, Burns, Oregon
He reports prospects good in bie
Atthe Old Stand.
the wholesale and retail dealer and
Tropical ad Domestic
Fruits when in Season.
He is Pn pared to fill orders
for Anything in hi Line.
GIVE HIM A CALL.
General Storage, Forwarding
M. L. LEWIS
THE CARTER HOUSE
WILSON & ASHTON,
All Outside Rooms— Near Depot
THE HOTEL BURNS BAR. I Harney County Hospital
pipe Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Adepts for A'arqlapd .Club Wbiskq.
THE BARTLETT HOTEL.
BURNS MILLING CO.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
THE WELCOME PHARMACY
ACCURACY AND S II.L.
HOPKINS <fc GARRETT
SADDLES and HARNESS.