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THE CELILO CANAL AT STAKE
BURNS. HARNEY c O U N T Y, O R E G O N, J A N U A R Y 21,
the past month, although especiad,
created fresh consternation.—Tele
EVERY MAN CARRIES A ÜUN
Glass Jc Prudhotne. tax
receipts for sheriff. ..
Glass & Prudhomine
GOVERNMENT WOULD PROVIDE ONLY
EXTRAORDINARX STATE OF ADFAIRS
book typewriter and
FOR THE JETTY.
For Separate Judicial District.
ribbons .............. ....
IN THIS COUNTY
Vol. 44 Oregon reports
A special from Baker City to the
John Smyth, serving
Neglect of Waterway Above The Dalles
subpoenas for sheriff
Reputation of Central Oregon--
Will Bring Forth Stroog Protests
ex-chairman of the Republican
con last term................
From Inland Empire.
Committee of Baker County, circ-
J K Gill <& Co , supplies
for surveyor, eon last
lated a petition among the members
Neglect of the proposed Celilo
The above headlines are some term...............
of the bar today asking Senator
canal by the present session of Con Rands to introduce and secure the what startling, but nevertheless Irwin-Hodson A Co.,
gress will arouse strong protest passage of a bill making a seperate true. Some of The Times-Herald supplies for election
con last term...........
from the great region that is drain- judicial district of this county. readers may object to the publica Irwin-Hodson & Co.,
ed by the Columbia River and The petition was signed by all the tion of such facts but this great supplies for sheriff. ..
Irwin Hodson <& Co., re
which long has looked forward to leading members of the bar regard religious has held that the truth cord books for county
less of party. Mr- Lachner will
D Jameson, canvassing
the time when that stream shall be
take the petition to Sumpter to must be told regardless of the con election returns ........
an unobstructed highway for its morrow, where it is understood that sequence.
Chas Davis, canvassing
commerce, says the Oregonian.
While some of our neighboring election returns and
the attorneys, like those of this
Chairman Burton, of the House city, are practically unanimous for counties are indulging in the pas mileage, etc................
J W McCulloch, Briefs
time of shooting sheep ami destroy
committee on rivers and harbers, the bill.
State vs Teller and
The petition will ask that the bill ing valuable property. Harney Co.
has said: “I am strongly disposed
to think we shall have to omit any be passed with an emergency clause, must keep her reputation as being John I) Daly, goods fur
nished for burial of
appropriation for The Dalles-Celilo so as to become effective at once. a frontier section.
8 D Miles.....................
canal.” and when pressed by the
Pacific States Telephone
Oregon delegation to recommend an county is so congested on account pride in bis home county and when Ac Telegraph Co, Tele
appropriation for the canal, has of the inability of Judge Eakin to an opportunity presents itself to phone service for Dec.
suggested that the Pacific North do all that is required of him, that further its interests and help toward Pacific States Telephone
attention to its resources, & Telegraph Co., Tele
west might secure money for that immediate relief is necessary. Re- attracting
services for Jan
improvement by lessening its de presentative Smith will also be they go at it with a will—hence the G phone
\V Clevenger & Co
mand for funds for the mouth of asked to assist in procuring the 1
casket for Rose Lucas
Last week an organization was Geo Sizemore, judge of
the Columbia. In a dispatch from j .ssage of this bill.
formed for the purpose of securing election,Burns precinct
Washington published in this paper
last Thursday, Mr. Burton wbb Victory White Bronze Monuments a display of Harney county’s re Ret. box.........................
sources to be exhibited at the Lewis C. Cummins dito...........
quoted as follows:
Clark fair. Among the fea John P Karra, dito... .
I am strongly disposed to think
The local agent, M. L. Lewis, has
Emmett Reed, Clerk of
we shall have to omit any approp just received notice from The tures of the display it is the inten election Burns precinct
riation for The Dalles Celilo Canal Monumental Bronze Co, of Bridge tion to show a complete list of the W Y King, dito..............
The total cost of the plan would be port, Conn. that White Bronze has game birds and animals of this J T Barnes, judge of
election, Island pre
$3.800,000, and it is useless to be been awarded two medals, viz: section. The proposition has met cinct, Ret. box............
gin with a partial appropriation.
Class No 194, Art Work in Zink
Joe Hill, dito..................
Again, there are many other pro and class No 220 Marble, Stone and are now actively engaged in secur M B Hayes, dito.............
ing specimens to be mounted for L A Jackson, clerk of
jects in Oregon notably the mouth Metal Monuments.
of the Columbia, which will require
White Bronze was in direct this purpose. These shooters diff election
large appropriations. Would it not competition with the great Marble er from sheep slaughterers in that J. O. Caw I field, dito
tie well to try for the time the por and Granite Quarries of the world they go in broad day light and will C H McPheeters, judge
tage railway that can be completed and won all the honors. Such suc tell any one their business and of election, Poison
at comparatively little cost, and cess speaks volumne fo- White purpose. They do not get paid for creek Precinct,
would develope in sutliclent amount Bronze as the only Monuments this work, but do it simply to help l>ox......................
the men who have taken hold of S Lampshire, dito
to make it desirable to canalize the without a competitor.
the matter and propose making Jap McKinnon, dito...
river for 12 miles at and near The
J .J Lampshire, clerk of
Harney county’s display tlie finest election Poison Creek
at the fair. The Times-Herald is precinct............ ...
Art Osee by Rustler.
The Columbia needs improve
pleased to make the assertion that (¡eo Kry, dito...................
ment at two places—at the mouth
The Baker City Herald has dis every man carries a gun for this J P Withers, Judge of
where a jetty is under construction
election, Harney pre
to deepen the channel; at Celilo covered a new method by which purpose and hopes each of them cinct Ret box. .
Falls, 200 miles inland, where a horse thieves destroy brands and may be able to send one or more I 1, Poujade, dito.
Frank Davis, dito ....
canal eight and one-half miles long successfully elude the law.
Tom Bain, clerk of elec
After an extensive review of
will have to be built to connect the
SCHEDULE OF EXPENDITURES.
tion Harney precinct
upper ami lower parts of the river methods, the Herald says:
Showing, as by law required, the C VV Ix>ggan, dito.. ..
That the National Governmrnt erinarian, a knowledge gained by amount of claims presented, filed and R R Sitz, judge of elec
owes to the Pacific Northwest the being in conetant contact with recorded against the County of Harney, tion Saddle Butte pre-
early completion, not of one of the equine life. He always has on State of Oregon, and the amount allowed •inct...............................
Fred Otley, dito ..........
projects, but of both, is the univer hand a bunch of range horses of all at the special term held in December, L B Hayes, dito ........
sal opinion of residents of the Col colors, shades and conditions. These county court;
J I* Dickenson, clerk of
election Saddle Butte
umbia basin. Chairman Burton are cheap and inexpensive to main
to whom IS8VED
am ’ t clm ’ u am ’ t al ' wd
precinct Ret. box .. .
has viewed the Columbia River anti tain.
G. (). Hendricks, dito
perceived the possibilities of the re-
W R < ¡ray dito
gion tributary to it Should his ranch a haltered steed of good ped Barnes & Martin, con
Julius ('handler, judge
committees fail to provide for the
$1650 00 1650 00
»Springs precinct Ret
two projects, vigorous protests will has taken without leave or price, Dan Varien, contract
lie sent to Washington, citing that one of tne herd in the hills is "South end of ¡»land
A W Hulburt, dito........
1074 00 1074 (0
both improvements are essential to brought in and killed.
Earl Elliott, dito..............
Then the stolen horse loses the J. E. Johnson, part pay -
the growth of the Pacific North
W G Bardwell, clerk of
meat on "Fenwick
west, and that the National Gov patch of skin which bears its own Lane
election War n Springs
5 IK <10 54 K 00
ernment is in duty bound to carry er’s brand, while from the dead an J E Johnson, balance on
J C Freeman, dito.........
them forward, especially the one at imal is taken a patch and grafting "Fenwick latue Road”
E W Lewis dito .
535 <10 535 Ito
Celilo, since the Stale of Oregon is ¡done with surgical precision dito.
Albert Altnow. judge of
has secured for the canal a right-of-
election Drewsey pre
According to the men who tell on "Fenwick Lane
way under a pledge from the Nat
Jacob Wright, dito and
ional Government that the canal , this story, in a remarkably short JAXVAHV TERM, 1905.
forthwith would be built as soon as
U m Miller, one month
J D Daly, dito.........
is made and the thieving horseman salary as county Atty.
W N Stallard, clerk of
has a marketable stesd.
J E fxrggan, one mouth
election Drewsey prect
salary as county as
WIKKIAMSON TO BE INDICTED TOO.
W A Robinson, dito
and adjoining towns for several
John E. Wright, dito
years past with a boldness that has Electric Light Company
Pearl Wise, returning
lights for Sept,
Charged With Conspiracy to Defraud
ballot box, ( atlow pre
been remarkable. Like all such • Nov, and Dec
The Oovernment of Lands.
people, however, he has been grow H W Welcome .V
A McKinzie, judge of
ing careless and the men who make Medicines, etc
election laike precinct
For all.-ged complicity in fraud this statement sav that they look county poor
L I. Clark, dito
ulent dealings In timber lands in for him to reach the end of his rope
Geo Curtis, di
museum jars for
the Blue Mountain Forest Reserve, I in the near future
Ret I k > x
J E Harp *r,clerk of elec
United States Senator John H
( 'baa Davie making jury
tion latke precinct
Mitchell, Congressman Binger Her
list for justice court
John Grave«, dito
mann and J. N. Williamson, attor
J ( Davis, judge of elec
if so get the prices of the O. ('. Co. who Robt Irving. Aastg ; try
ney and State Senator Franklin are
tion, Pine Creek prect
the largest buyers, and the clo«e«t
Pierce Mavs and others will be in sellers, best quality.
W I! Gearhart, dito
dicted by the L’nited State« Grand
Jury next week or the week follow
Heating stoves at Voegtly’e. See
ing, if the plans of the Government Voegtly for heating stovea.
are carried to a successful conclu
sion After these indictments have
WASTED— Agents, Hustlers,
been returned. Oregon will have Salesmen. Clerks and everybody
but otf representative in Congress i who wants to enjoy a good bear'y
—Senator Fulton—whose name laugh to ser.d 50c fur "Tips to
wil' not have been connected with Agents.” Worth 9M to any per
land frauds in this state Govern lon who sells goods for a living.
ment officials in Oregon or Wash If not satisfactorr your money
ington, D. C , have not announced back
Circular for stamp. The
that these indictments would lw re Dr. While electric Comb Co., Deca
turned. but it is an undisputalde tur, III.
fact, and the new* leaked out.
This announcement coming as it The O. C Co. Snow no competition,
does, after the exciting events of the old reliable.
Ja-per Daria, Asstg). ry
list hr justice ct . u t
GO Hendrick« making
jury list for justice
R J Hendricks A»»t •
jury list justice con
D Jameson, jn-tit-o fees
State against Salis
Boots Smith, witne»«
state against Salisbury
A C Welcome, di’o
Roy Mills, d'tn
Ralph Carl, dito
D J am ••eon, regietering
70 voters on -lectio«
Sam William», dito...
6 12 |C S Johnson, clerk of
election Pine Creek
precinct Ret box.
R Drake, dito...............
14n .5 I j0|)n Pgrren8i dito.........
JOHN l> DALY, P uks
FRANK R,COFFIN, Vie
N. U. CAItPENTEK, C asiiwb ,
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C ashikr .
OF BURNS, ORECON.
I Geo A Smyth, judge of
1 election,Diamond pre-
j einct, Ret Box........
| R J McKinnon, dito
12 00 I Win Phelps, dim..
Accounts oi Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
■ l*ean Horton, clerk
I election Diamond pre
| Cora Smyth, dito.........
! L W Shepherd, judge of
41 40 41 40
I election, Silviea prect
John Wintermire, dito
I Walter Cress, dito and
(¡3 75 (»3 75 I Kemp Haruiisty, clerk of
election Silviea prect
Frank Metscham, dito
I K Venator, judge of
electi m, Crane Creek
A. Venator, dito and
20 67 20 07 8 A Mealy, dito..............
G A Mealy, clerk of elec
tion Crane Creek prect
12 05 Disal’d F C Fister, dito ..........
EJ Noble, dito...............
D Turner, judge of elec
tion, Happy Valley
1) II Smythdito
I .J B Ivy, dito....................
I Jas Paul, clerk of (‘lec
tion Happy Valley pre
|c II Smyth (
W E Alberaon, judge of
election, Alvord prect
I J II Parker, do..............
John 1». Daly, Frank It. Cotfio, N. U. Carpenter, R. J.
Williams, J. W. Geary, C. Cummins. H. M. Horton, C. A. Haines,
Jones, Thomas Davis.
6 15 I
efta/a ami County Warronh bought
at tho markot prico.
rills hank is insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
or hold up day or niirht.
A ikcamuk . 1’ hksipknt .
V|< K-P h KHII>KNT.
E. 11. Twer, Cashier
J. E. K knyon , Asst. Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1 ntere£>t!L>aidion TimoIDepositH.
We Solicit Yoer Banking Businese.
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander. Wm. Jones, E. II Test,
1 . E. Kenyon. 11. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
Miller. Frank R. Collin, Thos. Turnbull.
HOWARD scbree , P resident
w . r
SEBREE. V ice -P resident
R. A COWDEN, CASHIER
A M Nforris, do..............
1 S L Elliott, clerk of elec
tion Alvord precinct
I S Alberson, do................
J 0 Albetaon, Ret Box
Joe Catlow, judge of
election, Pueblo prect
Alfred Thompson, dito
Frank Adrian, dito........
L C Epperson, clerk of
election Pueblo prect
I red Holloway, dito and
Frank Miranda, judge of
election, Wild Horse
Joe Lore 1 zaua, dito. . .
first Rational Bank
A General Banking Business Transacted
PENN MUTUAL UFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Continued on page two)
INCORPORA I LI) I847.
Carriages, Buggies and Buckboards
are arriving now and selling as fast
as we can get them in. We have
two ear loads of these goods here
and in trains. The best stock of
Wagons and Vehicles ever brought
to Burns. Call ami look at goods
even if you do not desire to buy at
the pr< set t time < leer A Cummins
sale—Two Iota 100x100,
small house partly furnished, wood
shed and well
(rood garden. A
TermH, see M. I. L owìh
See the line of good Hiibstantinl
shoes al Miller <(r Thompson's
you are looking for Imrgaiits.
Issues all forms of houih I life insurance at the lowest rates. < hir policies
guarantee after three payments are made
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract
II. A paid up |M>licy.
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
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