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charge, General Thomas M. Ander- HIGH DESIRES OF BAKER CITY
sou, 251 North Twenty-fourth
street, Portland, so as to reach him
In WANTS DISTRICT COURT. JUDGE AND
/< LACK OF WATER not later than February 1,1905.
Dux C ablo » B oyd
; H ocstom N aftox .
awarding the prize» the committee
£ DON’T 00.
will be governed by these three
1. Historical accuracy.
Hoped That Tbie Station at congress Will
n ia Charge of Work
See All Urantcd--Jobo L. Rand Is
2. Manner of treatment.
Slated for Judgeship.
3. Orthography, grammar, syn
tax, and punctuation.
A special from Baker City to the
Harney county are
Provisions and Feed a Specialty.
Any additional information rela
tinued assertion of j tive to the competition which may Telegram says: It is confidently
in regard to the be desired will be cheerfully fur- expected that the bill dividing
kbtndonmenl-or deferring of gov ' uished by the chairman of the com- Oregon into two judicial distiicts
P ayhttk , I daho .
O ntario , O r bo on . W
ernment workjpo our irrigation pro i mittee. The essay which is award will pass Congress during the pre
Ontario office: New Wilson Brick.
ject in Silvio« valley on account of ed the first prize will be published sent session, and that Baker City
will be designated as the place for
lack of water.
in full, with the name of the author,
the sittings of the new court. The
Chief Neweli'of the reclamation in the public press.
All kinds of Fresh Vegetables in Season,
neoeesity for another United States
■ervice haa made such ar. assertion,
Thomas M. Anderson, Chairman
District Court in Oregon has long
but he haa no grounds upon which
B B. Beekman.
been realized, by members of the FOB S-^XuE
to base it. The Times-Herald has
W. H. Chapin.
bar and citizens having business be
not eeen the report of J. T. Whist
D. D. Clarke.
fore the United States Courts in
ler, the engineer in charge of the
F. S. Dunn.
this part of the state. Should the Yearlings and>Two-year-olds in quantities to suit.
work in this state, but from reliable
bill now pending become a law at
persons who have seen this report
The bulls can be seen at the'P” Ranch, and
this session, President Roosevelt
it ia learned that it recommends the
desiring to purchase should inquire
Harney county project very high—
J. H. Anderson, one of the firm District Judge, a District Attorney
F. H. Howell, Assistant to the Gen'
in fact in preference to the Malheur
of Monument Mercantile Co., re and a Marshal. It is the expecta
who will furnish informa
project. It states that the land of
turned Wednesday from a business tion that Senator John L. Rand, of
and will sell the same-
Harney valley can be reclaimed at
trip to his large stock ranch in the this city, would be named as Judge
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK CO.
a cost not to exceed $7 or $8, while
Calamity country, Harney county. for the Eastern Oregon district.
Malheur would be much higher.
He reports that a great change has
In addition to the passage of this (
These reportB that we haven’t suf
taken place in that section during bill, it is hoped that Congress will (
ficient water lends to prejudice the
... Represents the....
the past year. People are very favor Baker City still more by
public against Harney county and
active digging ditches and clearing making an appropriation for a gov a
Home Insurance Co., of New York,
are taken a« facts
off sage brush and a large area of ernment building to be erected on I »
Herald would suggest that the gov
Liverpool, London & Globe,
the valley has been converted into the lot that the government pur g
ernment reports be consulted. They
fine alfalfa fields. He also stated chased here about a year ago. Con ■
Fire Assurance Co., Philadelphia.
do not bear out Mr. Newell’s asser
that stock are looking very good, gressman Moody secured the pas 1
tion. Other reasons than those
OFFICE WITH BIGGS A Bl Olis.
Hu ns, Oregon.
plenty of good wild and alfalfa hay sage of a bill through Congress for
given out by Mr. Newell were the
Corner South of Lunaburg & Dalton’s.
which can be bought for $5 per ton, the purchase of a site for a govern
cause of the abandonment of work
and grain crops are good. Wheat ment building here three years ago,
sells at $1 90 a hundred, and prices and the Secretary of the Treasury
The following clipping shows the
on cattle are taking an upward purchased a lot on the corner of
relative amount of money contribut
glide. Mr. Anderson reports being Auburn and Front streets It is
ed to the reclamation fund by this
offered $15 tor his yearlings and understood, that Congressman
and other states and also the rea
Fireproof building 100x000 feet, 150 feet two stories in height.
$21 for two-year-old steers but de- Williamson and Senators Mitchell
SUCCESSORS TO TUPKER 4 WILSON
sons given for the abandonment of
dined to se'l as he has plenty of and Fulton are pledged to secure
work here at present. Newspapers
good feed to winter them over and an appropriation for the erection of
ing for Eastern Shipments.
print this as facts without taking
predicts that he will profit by so a building on this site this winter,
the trouble to ascertain the true
Dealers in Blacksmith Ceal, Flour, Cement, Lime, Planter, Sulpher,
doing. Weather has been very if possible. The appropriation
Wool and grain sacks and Twine, Grain and Feed.
slate of affairs. Just why this cold in that section and the creeks
would not be less than $75,000, and
paid for Hides and Pelts
work was abandoned we cannot say are frozen over. A man on horse
may be $100,000 Mayor Johns
defiitiitely, but the lack of water is
Stoek Yards uuith al the Latest and Best
back need not look for bridges to and the new City Council will do
not the cause for Mr Newell’s own cross on but can cross on the ice
Faeiities for Hand ing Stock
all in their power to keep the mat
ALL WORK GUAR
engineers will not bear him -out in The coldest weather he encountered
ter of this appropriation constantly
Mark Goods Care of “S. W. Co.”
the statement. An exchange says: was on Monday night at Seneca,
in the minds of the Oregon delega
Oregon has contributed nearly $1-
T. G. CONDON, manager.
the themometer registered eight be tion in Congress.
000,000 more to the reclainoalion low zero.—Monument Enterprise.
fund than has any other stale. The
Frank Hilmick yesterday brought
fund on June 30, was $23,012,830 of
Catlleruen Form Against Trust.
in from Richland and gave to Har
which $4,230.359 was derived from
vey McCord of the Basche-Sage
public land sales in Oregon and $2-
hardware company a most remark-
735,302 in Washington. The recla
hog’s tooth, The tooth is
mation net of congress directs the
Having n wly furnished several comfortable rooms
secretary of the interior to expand
from the jaw of an animal killed a
the occupance of private patients, I desire to an
at least the major portion of each
few days ago by James Cropp of
that I am ready to receive surgical or medical
state’s contribution within that
state so far as may be practcable. by the following recent dispatch Richland. Hilmiek says that the
caseson reasonable terms.
Rates $2.00 and $2 50 per day.
entire jaw of the hog is filled with
A large sum of money is therefore from Vancouver, B. C:
The cattlemen of the Cariboo, teeth covered with gold. The in
ready for expenditure in Oregon on
Pleasant Quarters provided for
Kamloops, Chilocten and cident is a most ixculiar one and
irrigation works. The reclamation
the question is how the hog came
This modern new l-otel was only recently opened to the
service has stayed out because pri other grazing districts have declared
by these gold studded teeth.—Dem-
public. Harney County people will be always welcome
vate enterprise is at work there un
EXPERIENCED NORSHS IN ATTENDANCE
dar the Carey act. The project on trust.” They have organized the
and courteously cared for. A first-class bar in connection.
Butter creek, Umatilla county, was British Columbia Livestock Asso
Chas. E. McPheeters, Propt.
See the line of good substantial
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
not pursued because conditions ciation, and declare that their ac
is the direct outcome of the shoes at Miller & Thompson’s if
were not found adapted to the stor- tion
Ing of water in reservoirs. The pro
ject in Harney county has been de fixed by the cattlebuyers of the Do you want to buy your goods rigbt>
ferred because F. H. Newell, chief coast, whom they term the beef if so get the prices of the O. <’. Co. who
are the largest buyers, and the closest
of thereelamation service, is con trust. The buyers, they say, oblige sellers, best quality.
vinced: that not enough water is the small raiser to sell at the trust’s
available. The project in Malheur figures or be left with expensive
county aeems to be he’d by a wag and always eating stock on hie
HORTON 4. SAYER, Propts.
W BAILEY. Proprietor.
on road company which holds al hands. The association has as its
ternate sections of land in the irrig ! chief object, “the protection of the
able area— Baker City Democrat. interests of the livestock industry.”
Senator Bostock, former proprietor
of a Vaucouver newspaper, and
PRIZES TO BE AWARDED.
(owner of a 40,000-acre ranch near
| .CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION
■ Kamloops, is the president.”
The Oregon Society of the Sons
Courteous and obli^in^ Mixologists.
Nearest Sawm il to Burns. Good Road.
of the- American Revolution is an ,
Beware of Counterfeits.
organization composed of descend
ants of those who assisted in estab
“DeWitt’s is the only genuine j
lishing American independence. Witch Hazel Salve” writes J. L.
Any male descendant of such an . Tucker, of Centre. Ala “I have I
cestor is eligible to admission into used it in my family for Piles, Cuts
the society. Its objects are purely | and Burns for years and can re
patriotic ami historical One of commend it to be the best salve on
them is to stimulate interest in the the market Everv family should I
history of the American Revolution keep it, as it is an invaluable house
■svili snon he il re but'
and lov iltv to its principles. For hold remedy, and should always
w? are preparati to'
this purpose the society offers three be kept on hand for immediate
New and Elegant Livery Turnouts Complete. Fresh Teams
ni.’«! Inni nuw s- itii all
prizes of $25-00 $l->00 ami $10 0(1 use” Mrs Sa tutiel Gage, of North
kin 1* of
Bosh N. Y’. savs: “I had a fever
month. Special car • given nil M’r.ck
•title n by any student under sore on mV ankla for twelve years
twenty-one years of age, in any that the doctors could not cure.
z public school in Oregon, on either All salves aud blood remedies
•f the following two American proved worthless. I could not I
Come In- take a look at a
Cor. First and B Sts., Burns. Oregon.
beautiful display of
walk for over two years. Finally
11 The Quebec campaign
I was persuaded to try DeWitt’s
wnk h y. u will ft 'id 01
k On the counter you will
I 2 The co-operation of the Witch Haz-l Salve, which has com
■ also find catalog ilius-
^French, how brought snout and the pletely cored uie It is a wonderful
DeWitt’s Hazel Salve
I oiu*' ,.1
| I E«savs are limited in length to I cures withoot leaving a «car. Sold
Boentv-five hundred words, must be]
wtttrntr": t r ttnt
by Burns’ Druggist«
J ilnl J Gem s
■w ritten on legal cap on one side of
■ the paper in the students own] WANTED— Agents. . Hustlers,
| handwriting ar.d must be «cenm-
If you want the
All the latest styles and improved photogtaphy.ln
Salesmen, Clerk« and everybody
I panied by the certificate of the
very ba st values
who wants to enjoy a good hearty
use to be had. Profile Panels, Artist’s Proof and
Manufacturers and deal.rs in
for your money
I principal of the school attended by (
laugh to send 5»»c for 'Tips to
Poaielain process. Photos finished in up to-date
I the author, to the effect that the Agents ’’ Worth $.50 to any per
style upon application. Ail sixes from the smallest
author is a bone fide student in the son who sells goods for a living.
locket picture up to an 8 x to finished in Aristo
Bridles, Spurs, Whips, Robes: Ropes, Ftc
I school and has been in attendance 1 If not satisfactory your money
Platino or on any of the American paper.-)
therein nol lees than six weeks dur 'back
Circular for stamp. The
If yotir stock are ailing in any way come anil get some
City Drug Store
Gallery opp'Hleflst Nsttorsl Bank.
ing the school year of 1904-05.1
Security Stock Remedies; (»all cure, liniments, blisters,
• Dr. White electric Comb Co.. Deca-
Essays must be forwarded to the i*”- " “
etc. Also poultry food.
Address, Burn«, Oregon.
chairman of the committee in“®'»*1
Napton &, Boyd
Tropical and Domestic
Fruits when in Season.
Mines and Mining.
He is Pr< pared to fill orders
for Anything in his Line.
GIVE HIM A CALL.
M. L. LEWIS
General Storage, Forwarding
WILSON & ASHTON,
Harney County Hospital
THE CARTER HOUSE.
All Outside Rooms— Near Depot
I THE HOTEL BURNS BAR. í URNS MILLING CO.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Agents for Marqlapd Club Wb:ski|
I Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Lumber Yard in Burns.
SANTA CLAUS !
LEWIS & McGEE, Propts.
Special accommodations for Commercial Men
THE WELCOME PHARMACY
L - THE LM0-1HTE PHOTOGRAPHLK
HOPKINS & GARRETT,
SADDLES and HARNESS.