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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON,JANUARY 14, 1904^
SUMPTER VALLEY GET RAILS ter of Diet. No. 1, and Newt Hoover FULTON AT WORK ON BILLS come before the Oregon Legishitiire.
TEACHERS MEET AT LAMEN.
i master of Diet. yjo. 2.
about to convene, than that of en
JOHN D DALY. I’m»
R. v, CARPENTER, C asiikb ,
Jury list for the vear 1905 drawn.'
acting an adequate state irrigation
One of the happiest crowds that |
IBANK R.COFFIN, Vice P ius
A (’. WELCOME, ,U-r. t'AHimt.
The Times-Herald having the; PUSHING AWAY 1HE OBSTACLES TO code. The .imperative need in this ever gathered at the Lawen school
HARRIMAN MAY NOT BE ABLE TO
1 largest list of bona fide subscribers
respect has been pointed out by house was the assembly of last Sat
was declared the official newspaper
oflieials of the reclamation service, urday, when over two hundred gat-1
of Harney County for the vear 1905
and in a measure anticipated by hered for the teachers and parents 1
OF BURNS, OREGON.
the 1 ommissions on irrigation laws institute
May Secure Steel Rail» la tieraiaay
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
Malheur Irrigation Project and Bring
Malheur County of the trial of Jas.
Shipment by Water to Portland--
The program begun with a bas
for both Oregon and Washington.
The Company to Terms.
Figure With Tramp Steamer».
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Colwell, the bill was found incomp
The attention of the Federal Gov ket dinner, and to deserine in words
lete and thev Clerk ordered to return
this feature of the occasion would
>!■<». khoi . pkiih
John 1» Daly. prank
Collin, N. LT. Carpenter, It. J.
The Oregonian of last Sunday
The Sumpter Miner says, ‘‘that it for correction and the matter
williams, J. W. Geary. C. Cummins. H. M. Horton, C. A. llaines. W5n.
portant irrigation projects in this require a more fluent pen than mine
Harriman or no Harriman, freeze- continued for the term
publishes the following from its state, with the result that at least The varied ohaiaoter of the goodies
Jones. Thomas Davis.
out or thaw-out, boycott or no boy
W. D. Baker appointed Justice Washington correspondent:
two of these, of great magnitude, and the good will and social spirit
<Sfata anti County Warrant! kouykt at tko market price.
cott, the Sumpter Valiev railroad’s of the peace of Drewsey precinct.
If plans formulated at a confer give promise of comparatively early with which it was partaken will I
1 his hank is Insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
extention from Tipton to John Day
I. S. Geer paid $25 out of the ence today between Senator Fulton realization Aside from this there nevtr be forgotten by those present
or hold up day or night.
may yet be built according to Chief
general fund to defay incidental ex and F. H. Newell, chief of the Re is excellent prospect that within a It. was Lawen and New Y’ork could
Engineer West, who says that the
penses incurred in collecting an ex clamation Service, and his assis decade irrigation interests in Ore have done no better. After dinner
company is just now awaiting future
hibit for the Lewis and Clark fair. tants. J. B. Lippencott and Henry gon, both. public and private, will the program was introduced with a
developments, at the same time
Final report of Peter Clemens N. Savage, shall be consummated have enriched the state beyond few happy remarks by Supt. Rigby ;
M. A i . kxamikk , 1‘ hksidknt .
E. II. T kht . Cashier
getting figures from tramp steamers
after which Mrs. Mary Marshal
road master Dist. No. 1 accepted.
W m . J oshs , Vn k -I' hksidhnt .
C. E. Kes von , Asst. Cashier
according to expectation, the Gov present anticipation, and will form
in Herman waters, with the intent
Final report of Newt Hoover ernment will be abln during the the basis of prosperity in vast areas handled reading in a very able 1
of buying steel rails abroad, ship
road master of Dist. No. 2 accepted. coming summer to begin construc of the commonwealth
ping them by water to Portland,
It appearing that there is so tion of two enormous irrigation
All of these considerations de
thence to the Blue Mountains over
much confusion in the numbers projects in Oregon, one in the Kla mand that there should be uniform 'vag illen iake" llP l’X M* E
the O R & N., which will be such
and boundries of the several school I math Basin, costing $5,000,000 or and intelligently conceived hgil H<- held the teachers and parents ,
a short haul by rail that Harri
InterewCI’aidton TimeZl h'posiin.
districts as shown by the records more, the other on Malheur River, measures to insure the stability of I equally responsible for the charac
man’s high rates will cut but little
and reports of the various school costing $2,000,000. Senator Ful rights to the users of water for bene I ter of the child.
We Solicit Yoer Banking Business.
Following this came a very inter
district clerks upon levy of school ton met tbe engineers to ta'k over ficial purposes; the greatest econo
It will he remembered that a
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Win. Jones, E. II 'Test, 9
taxes, as filed with the county the situation and ascertain just my to the public in the matter of esting discussion of arithmetic by
short lime ago Harriman notified
Kenyon. II. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William 9
clerk, which is liable to result in what is standing in tbe way of con storage and distribution, and ns
Miller, Frank It. Coflin, Thus. Turnhull.
the Sumpter Valiev company that
much freedom from litigation as it
loss of the special tax for the year struction of these great works.
hereafter a regular rate on steel rail
1904 unless immediately remedied 1 Already the Malheur project has is possible to bring about Draft l.ester Hamilton and the sugges
shipments over liis lines would be
it was ordered that the clerk furn been held up several months be of a state irrigation code, prepared tions made were not only of value
charged. Prior to that time a sort
ish the school supt. with a copy of cause owners of about 30,000 acres by an official of the United States to the teacher, but to the parent
of a "courtesy rate” had been in
the order and that tbe same may of alternate sections of wagon-road reclamation service, will be sub and child.
effect. Regular rates made ship
HOWARD SEBREE. PRESIDENT
W. R SEBREE, VICE-PRESIOENT
The evening program consisted
be sent to each of tbe district lands along Malheur River refuse mitted for the consideration of the
R. A. COWOEN, CASHIER
ments impossible and the John Day
school clerks that each may peti to make a contract with the Gov Legislature. It has been prepared
extention, which was to have heen
tion for a reboundary and renum ernment for the reclamation of their along the lines of similar codes that interesting lectures one by Supt.
rushed to completion next spring, bering of their respective districts.
Rigby, subject, The Relation of
lands. The reclamation service have operated smoothly in other
was perforce abandoned. The S
Tax levy for county road, school, saw no way of going ahead with states, and has excited no criticbin Home and School, and one by Rev.
V. company canceled all its orders state, building and county purposes
of moment. It should receive the Irwin on the duties of school trust
for steel rails and gloom settled for the year 1904 was as follows:
ees. All present declared the in
these lands should change their at most serious consideration of Legis
over Eastern Oregon.
County 13j mills; road 2 mills; titude, for, if the Government built lators who are familiar with the stitute a grand success and regrett
It was the popular belief that school 5 mills; state 7J mills; build
ed thu fact that they could not be
this project ank irrigated wagon
Harriman’s hit-up of rates on Sum ing, 4 mill; high school, 3j mills
held oflener than once a year.
road lands free of cost, there would tion law The enactment of such
pter Valley rails was the first move I
The superintendent took his de
be a great outcry.
in a definite plan to quench the
parture for home Sunday morning
Inasmuch as the company has business It wiil comply with the
little road and later to buy it,
with him the friendship
repeatedly rejected all reasonable desire of the Federal Government
broaden its guage to standard, ex-
wishes of the Lawen
Burns Chapter No 40, Burns, offers, Senator Fulton has decided
tend into the interior and make the Oregon, has again been called upon
to cut the Gordian knot, and on
system of value as a feeder to the t0 ,"ourn wit£ tl)08e who mourn,
Monday will introduce a bill which,
main line of the O. R. & N. All of
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers,
Death has entered our mystic he thinks, can be passed, authoriz tained in other states where such a
which is exactly what tbe people of circle and taken from us our es-
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
ing the Secretary’ of the Interior to
Oregon greatly desire, but fear was teemed and worthy Sister Mabel
condemn these wagon-road iande that have incited litigation at a who wants to enjoy a good hearty
entertained that Harriman would Biggs. Therefore be it,
Issues all b rum of sound life insurance at the lowest rilles. tiur policies
and pay the owners for them out of cost nearly equal to that of exten laugh to send 50c for “Tips to
guarantee utter three payments are made
take his time in extending further
Resolved, That we bow in hum I the fund allotted to construct the sive irrigation systems. Lot the Agents.” Worth $50 to any per
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract.
into the interior, it being the firmly ble submission to the dispensation
II. A paid up policy.
Malheur project. If this plan car 1 Legislature take hold of this matter son who sells goods for a living.
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
established policy of the O. R. A N. of him who rules the Celestial
ries, the Government will acquire
Unexcelled us a dividend payer.
to keep down the development of Chapter above. Trusting in the
back. Circular for stamp. The
these 30,000 acres at nominal cost
i . v \ estuia te iìeeore toh /. vsì /;/
eastern Oregon until the fertile wisdom of one who doeth all things
and will in that way be able to | ployment during the entire season. Dr. White electric Comb Co., Deca
Sherman A Harmon,
R. H. Benedict,
webfoot transportation field worked we|]
place them in the hands of indivi- —Telegram.
It. A. Dillard, Agent.
to a ripe red limit.
. Reaolve-1, That we extend to the | dual settlers.
Port lami, Or,
Tn an interview with a paper in husband and family our heartfelt
Senator Fulton declares that,
Ogden, Mr. Weal’s home town, the , sympathy in their bereavement while the rights of this company
chief engineer of the Sumpter Vai- and pray that in this hour of trial should be duly respected, the de
The following is a copy of the report of County Clerk Molhershead
ley said that because there is no they may be comforted by one who velopment of a large section of
which was sent to the Secretary of Suite and shows the exact amount of
particular hurry about the proposi- ¡8 too wise to err.
Eastern Oregon cannot be prevent-1
tion, ltis company will not place an
Resolved, That the charter be ed by speculators. If this bill expenses of this county for the past year This tnble is of interest to
order abroad for steel rails for some draped in mourning for thirty days, passes, the only obstacle io tbe way
time and in the meantime will That a page be set apart in the re of the Malheur project will lie re money was expended, and to what use:
await developments, which means cords of the Chapter for the mem moved and that work, for which ’ County Court and Commissioner—Salary of judge, commis
Aironi» III.» people of East and Central Oregon all the opporliuiitt of a
(list class mod.on Business Collegi». It is >< home institution uoiering
sioners, bailiffs, livery, exporting books, etc
$ 2,147 94
that the S. V. has not yet given up orial.
, $2,000,000 is already set aside, can
■■very course involved in Business College work
Ils rales are the sain»»
Circuit court—Salary of bailiffs, reporter, jury and witness
its attempts to prevail upon Ham That these resolutions be pub- begin at once.
UH chsiged <»l ».where and the metli'xla are the same Stu lenta sdinilU-d
fees, meals, special counsel, etc .
at uny lim»». Instruction at the College or by mail. During ........... miner
man to re-establish the old “court lished in Tbe Times-Herald and a
months the ('»»liege will conduct a
copy be spread on the meeting.
LOCAL TEACHERS'INSTITUTE AT HARNEV.
Sheriff’s ofliee—Salary and expenses of sheriff and deputies, 3,4'M) GO
“There are now a number of
Clerk's ofliee—Salary of Clerk and deputies...........................
tramp steamers in German waters,
The following program f* r a local
For teachers and others who 'lenire a reviewing or preparatory eniiran
waiting for cargoes,” said Mr. West,
I teachers’ institute to be held al Treasurer’s ofliee—Salary of treasurer . . .........................
For specimens of pen work, ami full information on llnsln»-« College anti-
‘ and we could buy our steel there,
Harney on Saturday, Feb. 4, was Coroner’s ofliee—Fees of coroner, physicians, jurors, witnesses,
No More Stomach Troublai.
meet the tariff charges save money
handed in by Supt. Rigby:
Stock inspector—Salary, etc........
over the schedule now presented.”
All stomach trouble is removed School Organization and Manage
Mr West further explained that
Assessment and collection of taxes—Copying tax rolls, extra
the steel could be »hipped around by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
ment—Supt. M. E. Rigby
clerks, collecting, advertising, levying on property, etc
the Horn or by tbe Suez canal to 0
th« stomach perfect rest , General Discussion
Portland, thence to Baker City over hv digesting what you eat without History-
(,'. C Jacksen
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-«A a .*«». —. —. 1- Yn aid.
i -I The
’ 1, * C.. food
.. -1 1. builds
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but a short stretch of Harriman 8 1 the
Lestha Smith Current expenses—Books, stationery, poring»*, expre»sage, tel-
phonee, etc. (all offices)...................................................... I,»Ml 21
'Numbers—'How to Teach Begin-
TRISUH .V DONEGAN, Propri. •tors.
expenses—Janitor, lights water, fuel, repairs, fur
Tfie Sumpter Valley is having
niture, rent, etc............................................................. ..
tbe same trouble in Hood river, have to diet yourself when taking ' Noon—Basket dinner
Jail—Board of prisoners, medical attendance and medicine,
where the company is building a * Kopol Dyspepsia Cure. J. D. Ers Music.
repairs, supplies, fixtures, etc
standard guage road to haul logs kine, of Allenville, Mich., says, ‘‘I School Hygiene
M E. Rigby
for the Hood river branch sawmill
Ar< hie Millard
ions or transportation furnished, hospital charges, burials 4,300 27
of the Oregon lumber company. trouble for some time. My sister- 1 Dicussion.
—Examination and expense
Paper—“The Teacher’s Duty to the
Harriman also demanded full rates
for hauling rails for this piece of
judges and clerks, deputy sheriffs, etc
road. He was circumvented by the weeks. She lived entirely on hot Physiology
Is »1er Hamilton
Road Hu pts Salary ................. ..
use of Northern roads to Portland, water. After taking two bottles of Spelling
Road and bridge—Including labor, lumlier, etc
thence by water haul to Hood river. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she was en DiacitMion.
Mr. West's plan to circumvent
Civil Government J. Simmerville
# 14,553 04
Total expens* for the year 1904
Harriman in the John Day exten and is in good health. I am glad Geography..........
tion looks good on paper, but is
Evening 1 »gram
reckoning with out bis boat. If lief.” Sold by Burns' Druggists
Song ................ Male Quartette
< The Finest of Ail .•*
Harriman does not desire the ex
lecture—Relation of Home and
tention of the John Day line be will
School—-Suj»'. M E Rigby
if no get the price» of the O. C. Co. who
find other means to prevent it. He are the largest buyers, and the clo»e»t Solo and choro»
ho'd« plenty other cards as well as seller», beat qoality.
a Couple of cold decks.
Heating stoves at Voegtly'e See Song.
hr Sak Only at
•M im Nanni- P»» ;
COL NTT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Voegtly for heating stoves.
Mia* I/»atha «mi
Loyd Johnson of Lawso granted
Prof. At h - Mil
For sale—Two lots 100x100,
Commit!*" <w> Er
a liquor license.
small house partly furnished. wood
Schubener Broa. of Anderson shed and well. Good garden. A
Lefiilatare 1*4 Irritativa
granted a iiqwr license.
bargin. Terms. s*e M. L. Lewis.
fluents, Burns, Ore.
J A Vest appointed stock inspec
tor for the year
Tbe O. C. Co. know no rooipotitioo,
greater importance to th «tate will
f^~Roth i Hr - D.-tr • *r I’ rtland, Oregon
D N Varíen appointed road Mae- tbe old reliable
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