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lu T 13 S, R 35 E, W 4 sec 19, money to do this than to purchase
N W ¡ me .•;<). \v 1 me 31.
a direct route, but the needs of the
In T 17 S, R 35 E, secs 1, 12, 13 country demand immediate relief
A LIST OF PORTIONS RESTORED TO and 36.
and they are willing to expend a
ENTRY IN THIS DISTRICI
In T 18 8, R 35 E, sec 16, secs considerable amount of money to
19 to 36, both inclusive.
obtaiu the relief sought from what
In T 14 8, R 35.J E, sec 36.
they represent as extortionate traf
Mostly oa Outer Limits of the Withdrawal
In T 13 8, R 36 E, sec 16.
Exc«0 School Sectloas—A Large
In 1 14 8, R 36 E, sec 36.
The board of commissioners have
Amount Been Released.
All T 17 and T 18 8, R 36 E.
understood and appreciated the
In T 14 8, R 37 E, sec 36.
position in which the people of
For the benefit of those who ate
All T 16 and T 17 8, R 38 E.
Eastern Oregon and Washington
interested in the lands recently re
All T 17 8, R 37 E.
are placed, according to their rep
stored to entry on appeal from Gov
In T 18 8, It 37 E, sees 1 to 18, resentations, but they have had no
Chamberlain that were formerly in-1 both inclusive,
power to pursue any course calcu
eluded in the Blue mountain forest
lated for their relief except that
reserve withdrawal, we give a com PORTAGE ROAD IS NOW SETTLED mapped out by the act of the legis
lature, which does not permis or
plete list of the portions restored in
this land district. They lie chiefly State Commission Turns Matter Over authorize them to go beyond the
amount of the appropriation made
arcund the outer limits of the with
To Open River Association.
by the same actio secure that end.
draw), with the exception of school
sections which seem to be thrown
In spite of the fact that it has
out almost all over the proposed been thought that The Dalles-Celilo
A Power for Good.
portage road project could not be
The pills that are potent in their
In T 10 8, R 24 E, sec 16.
taken up and worked upon until
and pleasent in effect are
In T 15 S,
government to use the right of way. DeWitt’s Little Early Risers. YV.
In T 18 8, R 25 E, secs. 1, 2. and which has been obtained by the S. Philpot, of Albany, Ga. says:
3, secs! 10 to 15, both inclusive, 22 state, ami is about to be turned over ■ During a bilious attack I took one.
to 27 both inclusive, 34, 35 and 36. to the government for the tempor- Small as it was it did me more
In T, 19 S., R. 25 E, secs 2 to 11, ■ arv occupation of the portage road, good than calomel, blue mass or
both inclusive, 15 to 21, both in-I it tiow appears that the portage any other pill I ever took and at the
railway will be built, and that in same time the effect was pleasant.
elusive 28 to 32 both inclusive.
In T 14 S, R 26 E, secs 1 and 2, the near future, the government Little Early Riser’s are certainly an
pill.” Sold by Burns Drug
11 to 16, noth inclusive, N A secs canal project notwithstanding. This ideal
21 and 22, N I secs 21 and 22, N 4 matter was practically decided up- Stores.
and S E 4 ^ec 23, all secs 24 and 25, on Tuesday afternoon at a confer
ence wliich was held at the State
E 4 *®cs 26 and 36, all sec. 36.
House, when the State Portage
In T. 15 S, R 26 E, see 36
Whereas, there was submitted to the
Railway Commission agreed to turn electors
A11T 17 S, R 26 E.
of the state at the last general
In T 18 8, R 26 E sees 1 to 30, the matter over to the Open River , election as required bv law, an initia
petition fora Local Option l iquor
both inclusive, 8 .1 eecs. 31 to 3o, Association, of Eastern Oregon, tive
which will assume all responsibility Law;
both inclusive, all sec 36
of its construction, the state con And, whereas,on the2 4thday of June,
In T 20 8, R 26 E,sec 36.
1904, the Secretary af State in my pres
In T 14 8, R’27 E, secs 5 to 8. tributing nothing therefore except , ence as Governor of the Stat i of Oregon,
both inclusive, 16 to 21 and 28 to the money appropriated bv the < did canvass the votes given for said law;
And, whereas, it was ascertained and
Legislature, $16,000, and in case
36, both inclusive.
upon such canvass that
InfT 15 8, R 27 E, secs 2 to 10, th-’ project costs any greater sum determined
there were 4331C> votes cast for said Local
both inclusive, N 4 8eC8 U. all secs than that, the Association asutne ( Option Liqiv r Law, and 40198 votes
16 17 and 18, 8 E 4 sec 35, all sec the cost.
( casts against the same, and that the
President John A. Smith, of Bia- «aid
law received an affirmative major
In T 16 S, R 27 E, secs 2 to 11, lock, and Secretary YV, J. Mariner, ity
' of the total number of effective votes
thereon and entitled to lie counted
both inclusive, 22, 23, 26, 27, 34, 35 of Portland., D. N. G. Blalock, of cast
under the provisions of law ;
Walla Walla, Washington, and ' Now, Therefore, I, Geo. E. Chamber-
In T 18 8. R 27 E secs 1 to 24 Engineer Hawks, representing the lam,
as Governor of the State of Oregon,
Oregon River Association, and in
i obedience to Section 9 of an Act en
both inclusive, eec 36.
Henry Halm, and A. H. Deyers, I titled “An Act making effective the
In T. 16 S., R. 28 E, sec 36
initiative and referendum provisions of
III T. 20 8. R 28 E, secs 33 to 36, of the Portland Chamber of Com- '
Section 1 of Article IV of ti e Constitu
cree, held a conference with Gov tion of the State of Oregon, and regulat
In T. 14 S, R 29 E . secs 1 to 12, ernor Chamberlain and Secretary ing elections thereunder and providing
of Siate Dunbar, of the State Por penalties for violations of the provisions
bath inclusive, sec 16
te; Railway Commission, at the of this Act, "Approved February 24,1903,
Io T. 15 S, R 29 E, sec 36.
House yesterday afternoon at do hereby tnakeand issue this proclama
..I' T. 17 8, R 29 hJ, secs 5 to 8
tion to the people of thestate of Orogon,
both inclusive, 16 to 20, both in- which time and as a result of which, and do auuonnee and declare that the
elusi ve, and 29 to 32, both indu- 1 it was virtually decided to turn the whole number of votes cast in the State
whole matter over to the Open of Oregon for said Local Option Liquor
River Association, with the uoder- Law was 43316 votes, and the whole
number of votes cast against said Local
bo1 h inclusive, 16 to 20, both in- tanding that the road was to be Option Liqnor Law was 49198 votes,
constructed under its jurisdiction and that said Local Option Liquor Law
received an affirmative majority of the
K lu T 19 S, R 29 E, sec 36.
The Portage Commission, accord total number of votes cast on said
B In T 20 8, R 29 E, secs 16, 20. 21,
ing to the agreement, will turn over measure and entitled to be counted
», 29, 31,32, 33.
under the provisions of law, and that
■ In T 14 8, R 30 E, secs 1 to 17, the appropriation of $165,000 made said Local Option Liquor Law shall be
both inclusive. secB 23 and 24, N 4 by the last legislature for the con and is in full force and effect as the
struction cf the road, the associa- law of the State of Oreg m from the
I In T 15 8, R 30 E. sec 16, S E -j t n which will be used n the con date of this Proclamation.
sec 20, all secs 21 to 28, both in struction of the road, the state to Done at the Capitol at Salem this 24th
day of June, A. I). 1904.
clusive, E j sec 29, all secs 31 to 36 receive as a guarantee of good faith (Signed) GEO. E. CHAMBERLAIN,
on the par' of the association,
Governor of Oregon.
I In T 16 S, R 30 E, secs 1 to 6, throwing all the responsibility
By the Governor:
(Signed, F. I. DUNBAR,
(both inclusive, N I sec 7X1 and 8 therefor upon the association, the
Secretary of State.
|E 4 sec 8 all secs 9 to 16, both in bond of the association providing
■elusive, N E 4 sec 17, all secs 21 to
E8. both inclusive, N I secs 34 and of the expenses attached thereto,
fen. all sec 36.
besides the amount appropriated,
I In T 20 8, R, 30 E, N } sec 5, to be borne by the association.
The association represents that it
nil secs 26, 35 ami 36.
I In T 14 8, R 31 E secs 13, 24, 25 will negotiate for a contract for the
construction of a railway, and
In T. 15 S, R 31 E, secs 2 and 11, th: ■ to whom the contract will be
IS i sec 13, E j and N W 4 sec 14, awarded will bo expected to obtain
|N E 4 sec 24, 8 J sec 30, all sec 31. the neces-: try right of way,construct
In T 16 8, R 31 E, secs 5 to 36, tli- r^ad and equip it reai.lv. for
operation, withiu a stipulated time,
In T 17 8 R 31 E eecs 4 to 9, which has not yet been decided
[both inclusive, secs 16 17 and 18, 8 UP"O
I E 4 Bec 33-
Considerable pressure has been
[ In T 20 S R 31 E, W .J sec 31, all brought to bear upon the portage
Railway Commission recently, to
In T 15 S. R 32 E, secs 19 and induce it to open up negotiations
PO. E i and N YV 4 sec 29 N E 1 for th'.- construction of the road, and
th- commission has been willing to
In T 16 8, R 32 E. secs 7, », 9, tak- any steps in that direction
16 to 23, tioth inclusive, secs 26 to which it f--it called upon to do, but,
30, both inclusive. E j sec 35 all ¡ n: -much a- the two projects, that
of the government canal and the
In T 17 8, R 32 E, N E I rec 1 portage road would have to travel
all sec 31.
In T 18 8. R 32 E, YV J secs 3. 10, the board desired to get the govern
or -nt right of way matter entirely
15, 22, 27 and 34.
Come in take a look at a
of its way before taking up the
beautiful display of
In T 19 8, R 32 E. YV
and 15, all secs 22, 27
On the counter you will
In T 20 8, R 32 E, sec® 3 to 10, >n Jr.lining the government’s per-
also And catalog Illus
both inclusive. 16 to 21, Ia>th inclu nn-r-i t-> use the canal right of
sive, secs 28, 29. 32 and 33, 8 j sec
t - canal project shall have been
34, all eec 36.
In T 46 S, II 33 E. 8 YY' j sec 31
The m> inliers of it ' • >[>en River
In T 18 S, R 33 E, secs 24. 25
A > nation, in acco dance with the
rt >rt of their engineer, Mr. Hawks
In T 19 S, R <33 E. sec 36
If you want the
1 essnt that the portage road can I
very best values
lu T 20 S, R 33 E, sec 36
- t-slructed without in any way ' for your money
I.» T 18 S, R 334 E. eec 16, Set
ring with the canal, although
19 to 36, both inclusive.
In T 19 S, R 33| E. secs 4 to 9. t . iv be f >und n'es--ary to cross , THAT 8 ALL
the canal right of way
both inclusive, 16 to 21. I»oth inclu
H: M. HORTON,
U overcome several ob-1
sive. 28 to 13, both inclusive
1: ex st along the pre*
City Drug Store
Li T 15 S, R 34 E. sec 36.
jute in central places. Of1
In T 18 8, R 34 E. sec 16, secs
hey say it will cost more:
19 to 36, both inclusive.
HUSTON ’S IS THE PLACr
BOARD AND LODGING HOOSE
Witzelt Residence west of Miller & Thompson Store.
HRS. HAUDE SIMMONS, Proprietress.
A nice, quiet place to stop when in the city.
Clean, comfortable rooms and beds. Home
cooked meals. Your patronage solicit« d.
"’■ rooi'al and Domestic
Fruits when in Season.
Meals 25 cts., Beds 25 cts., Rooms 50 cts.
Provisions and ;~eed a Specialty
He is Pr* pared to fill orders
for Anything in his Line.
Yearlings and Two-year-olds in quantities to suit.
nil kindr? of Fresh Vegetables in Season,
The bulls can be seen at the' P” Ranch, and
persons desiring to purchase should int/uire
there of F. H. Howell, Assistant to the Gen
eral Manager, who will furnish informa
tion as t prices and trill sell the same
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK CO
GIVE HIM A CALL.
! M. L.
General Storage, Forwarding
\ FIRE INSURANCE
... Represents the....
Home Insurance Co., of New York,
Liverpool, London & Globe,
Fire Assurance Co , Philadelphia.
OFFICE WITH BIGGS & BIGGS.
Corner South <>Ì Limabili g & Dalton’s.
Fireproof building lOOxGOO feet, 150 feet two stories in height.
Special Attention to Wool Grading and Bal
ing for Eastern Shipments.
WILSON & ASHTON,
Dealers in Blacksmith Cea), Flour, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Sulpher,
Wool aud grain sacks and Twine, Grain and Feed. Highest price
paid for Hides and Pelts
SUCCESSORS TO TUPKER & WILSON.
Stoek Yards uuith all the Listest and Best
Facilities for Handling Stock
Mark Goods Care of “S. IV Co.”
T- C. CONDON, manager.
ALL WORK C
THE CARTER HOUSE.
Harney County Hosp it;
Having, n wly furnished several comfortab -re .
for the occupance of private patients,! dtsii- I ■ ,
nwnce that I am ready to receive surgical cr medical
case on reasonable terms.
Rates $3.00 and $3 50 per day.
All Outside Rooms— Near Depot
This modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
public. Harney County people will be always welcome
and courteously cared for. A first-class bar in connection.
Pleasant Quarters provided
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
EXPERIENCED NURSES IN ATTENDO?’
( has. E. McPheeters, Propl.
Burns, Orego .
j THE HOTEL BURNS BAR. j
5AM BAILEY, proprietor.
fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
flints for Maryland Club Wbiskq.
CLUB R00M5 IN CONNECTION
HORTON <fc SAYER, Propts.
|| Rough and Dressed Lum
Rustic, Flooring, Mould,!
Courteous and Oblidind Mixolodists.
Nearest Sawmil to Burns. Good
Lumber Yard in Burns.
LEWIS & McGEE, Propts
New and Elegant Livery Turnouts Complete. Fresh Teams
Two large new show cases an;
are loaded down with new goods.
Horses boarded by the day, week or
month. Special care given all stock
Special accommodations for Commercial Men
We have a new and f sn
Cor. First and B Sts., Bums. Oregon.
Bay none but the be»t stork
uhich is always the cwapp^t
OREGON NURSERY CO
Growers of Reliabk Nursery Steck
We guarantee all nursery stock true to lal«-| and in g’>od
order when delivered, else we will r< fund money or re
place free of coat.
Nnraeriew at Salem, Oregon. I xm » Angles California, North
Tak ima. W sbington Stock for thia section brought from
CEO. MICKEY, Agent.
Call and Inspect them.
THE WELCOME PH ARM/
HOPKINS & GARRE
ManufMcluren and dealers in
SADDLES and HARNESS
Bridles, ^purs. Whips, Robes: Rope«, I t
If your stovk arc ailing in any way come and get some
Security Stock Remedies; (»all cure, liniments, i»
Also poultry food.
Address, Burns, Oregon.