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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARV 4, 1904. < -
SHALL HOMESTEADS BE LARGER?
-bine of spring. Miss H. M Mid
in cash in the entire county. Of
Thebes, III says: “I was,
JOHN D DALY. P rks
N. L. CARPENTER, C akhfer .
this amount taxpayers of Willow
Mondell Questions Wisdom of ûising
I seriously a Glided with a fever sore j
I BANK R.COFFIN, V ick P reh .
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C ashier .
OREGON LAWMAKERS MAY NOT AD- precinct gave sn $175; Warm Spri
SHEEPMAN TALKS OP SPLIT OF THE
that was very painful. DeWitt’s
JOUN SINE DIE.
ng« precinct $225; Long Creek $2-
Witch Hazel Salve cured me in
00; Hamilton, $100 John Day $100
| W het her 640 acres as a home If«.- than a week.” Get the genuine
Quartzburg, $500 South Fork, $15-
stead shall take the place of 160 Sold by Hurns Druggists.
Propose to tuthoriie president of Senate 00.
OF BURNS, OREGON.
None of the other precir.cts, in He Claim« That Much G«od was Accom acres is a question which is being
To Issue the Call for Ne>l Meeting
Corporations. Firms and Individuals Solicited.
the county had a single dollar in
plished Despite the Disturbances--
disecussed before the public lands
A Horned Horse.
Or Set Date Themselves.
cash available for assessment.
Adopted New Coastilution.
committees of the Senate and House
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Another noticeable feature of this
The Oregonian says: Republicans
a press dispatch from Wash
The horned horse has often been
John l>. I'aly, Frank It. I'otfin. N. U. Carpenter, R. J.
I part of the assessment is that this
“Despite the disturbances and ington.
Statements have been ' advertised by the circus and wood
William*. J. W. Geary, C. Cummin*. H . M. Hortou, C. A. Haines. W’m .
of the Legislature are discussing a
amount is the aggregate of the mon the sharp debates and final with made showing that a square mile ! er «I»1«’» but it is not often that’ we
Jones, Thomas Davis.
plan to bring tho body together ey given in by only nine taxpayers.
again six mouths or a years hence.
ci/aZe and County Warranto bought at tho markotprtco.
Some people wonder why Grant was the best meeting held by the certain states of the West, and that *"d in broaJ daylight, but such was
They say that emergencies are like
is insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
couuty is in debt. It is not the
inters! onr 8°°d fortune last week at En
ly to arise before the session of the fault of the assessor or any of hie National Livestock Association,” 160 acres is too little. An ¡nteres-I
or hold up day or night.
next lawmaking body such as will
said James H. Gwinn to the East ting argument was made last Fri- I terprise, J. C. Shackelford the well
deputies, but the taxpayers them
need the attention of the Legisla selves in withholding their property Oregonian, concerning the Denver day before the House committee by ki.own liveryman and ex-sherifl' of
Representative Moudell, of Wyom ' that place, has a three year old
ture, and, as a Democratic Gover-1 from the a8se““or.
meeting of the association.
chairman of the House irriga ■ horse that has two well developed
nor would probably not summon a1 roll of this county should show
“Three vital progressive steps
ALEX ANDER. I’llESI DENT.
E. H. TEST, Clishier
in which he took de | horns. They are attached or form
a. .J ones , V ice -P resident .
C. E. K enyon , Asst. Cashier
Republican Legislature to deal with1 perty of the value of at least
were made bv the convention, a'.l
those emergencies, the members 000, 000.—Blue Mt Eagle.
| of which will further the benefits cided ground against any hasty
legislation on this subject.
two inches above the base of the
should devise a plan for meeting
and influences of this association:
The horns are the shape and
independently of the Chief Execu
I First, under the new constitution,
DEMAND FOR MUTTON.
of a cow’s horns but
' the railroads are not allowed repre
sentation, either on the executive raska,” he said, “with the under , are only about an inch and a half
Among the emergencies are cit
of the firm
of committee, nor as individual mem
Interest l’akl on Time L)ejx>witH.
ed the poeeibilitins of vacancy in
nature of an experiment, After a of his curiosity and expects to dis
the Oregon delegation in Congress Hunter A Stephens, sheep buyers,
. .. bers of the association; second, the
W« Solieit Yoer Banking Business.
and the probability of the Gover- ba8^ r6tyri,e<l from a week s trip to stockyards and commission men fair trial there and a careful exam pose of him to Ringling Bros, next
nor ’ ’ s s vetoing
measures Nebraska, »ays the Pendleton Trib- granted a five days market each
STUCK HOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Wm, .Jones, E. II Test,
wise—may be wise. I say—to enact Lewis and (’lark fair at Portland I C. E. Kenyon, IL Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
after adjournment of the present une- Mr. Stephens says the sheep week, instead of two days, as form
Miller. Frank R. Coflin, Thos. Turnbull.
regular session, which the Legisla- 8**-uat'011 al the present time is most erly; third a recommendation was similar legislation for other limited this year to show the thousands of
:*> OWC2 o««-- -owo
tore think should he passed over the 8at>sfactory and believes that by made by the general tralic manager
early spring prices for mutton sheep of the Union Pacific to his compa the plan to great areas of the West county can do—Wallowa County
This question has been discussed
ny that a stock train hereafter at this time would be a dangerous
at Salem and on the train to and
Sheep will bring much better shall consist of but fifteen cars run thing. The Nebraska law has been
\j HOWARD SEBCEE, PRESIDENT W. R SEBREE, VICE-PRESIDENT
from the capital for three weeks. Pr’Le8 Diis spring than they did ata schedule of 20 miles an hour. in no sense a demonstrative as yet.”
R A COWDEN, CASHIER
“Each of these vital changes is a
and the leaders of the Legislature
made four or five long railroad trip.«
are pondering over it studiously. season,’’ said Mr. Stephens yester- 1 triumph for the stockmen, and in
thronghtout this part of Nebraska, troubles by gently moving the bow KJ
The only doubt that mu
and he had observed no indication els and acting as a tonic to the liv KJ
hesitate is the query: “Would the &on 8“eeP wl‘* oe 8'-rong a“ season i foot looking to the arrangement of
er, take Little Early Risers. These KJ
plan make thunder for Democrats?” ow 1 n* to ^e scarcity of cattle in i special schedules for trainloads of of settlement under this law He
Famous Little Pills are mild, plea KJ
—:------The s spring lambs; which shrink very
The Legislature has constitu- ruttn-v geclion8 of ............
CALDWELL IDAHO $
sant and harmless, but effective KJ
tional authority to adjourn until 8be6Pmen of I matilia county will I rapidly in transit.
that there are vast areas of the
whatever lime it desires to meet bavea much better year than last ,
“Heretofore the slow movement
many years is a strong guarantee
of stock trains from the western West which can eventually be clas of their popularity and usefulness. KJ
again, but when it adjourns with- Jear-
ranges to the markets has made it sified as grazing lands solely, irre Sold by Burns Druggists.
out day, only the Governor can call
deemable beyond any process of ir
a losing proposition to ship lambs,
. it together. Two proposals are now
J. B. Huntington, father of
rigation, better farming mothods or
under consideration by Republican city, was a visitor here from Port- because of the heavy shrinkage of through the introduction of new
Healing stoves at Voegtly’s. See
of both houses; First, to adjourn land for a few days renewing old
Voeglly for heating stoves.
at the call of the President of the acquaintances. Mr. Huntington is cial schedule is arranged for lamb “we are in no condition at this time
Senate; second, until some specifi- preparing to open a law ofliee in trains, it will mean a new field for and will not be for many years, to
Sewing Machines at factory price
ed time. If the latter alternative Portland in the near future—in fact western growers.
with freight added. The White,
“Under the new constitution the
shall be adopted, the lawmakers as soon as he can get suitable ac-
Blue Diamond and the Vassar, all
ten branches of the live There is a great advance being carrying a full guarantee«—at the
may meet again next Autumn or commoda'ions. A host of friends]
INCORPORA I HI) |«<7.
made on the desert to-day, to which
IsHiieH all forma of wound life insurance at the lowest rales. ( hir policieR
in this portion of the state wish him stock industry are represented on newly discovered crops and methods Burns Furniture Company store.
guarantee after three payment» are made
the executive committee of the Nat
So far have Republicans gone in success.—Huntington HeraH.
\utomatic extended iiiHurance for the i ice of the contract
ional association; sheep, cattlle,
A paid up policy.
consideration the extra session pro
productive and will reclaim mil
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
posal that some have suggested Victory White Bronze Monuments. horse, goat swine breeders, pure lions of acres which a few years ago
Studebaker Wagons, .flack*
Unexcelled hh a dividend payer.
bred association, stock feeders, live
a caucus, at which all may fair I
I\ \ ESTIMA TE HEb'OHE FOIL /.VSf’/.A.
were supposed to be absolutely un Carriages, Buggies and Buck boards
their views in concert.
IL II Benedict,
The local agent, M. L. Lewis, has
fit for crop growing It would be a are arriving now and selling as fast I Sherman Harmon,
If the Legislature should adjourn just received notice from The yards. The railroads have no rep serious mistake to condemn to as we can get them in. We have !
II. A. Hillard, Agent.
before the 40 days shall have ex Monumental Bronze Co, of Bridge resentation.
indefinite stock raising any of
“It is now the plan to have each
pired, during which they are allow port, Conn, that W hite Bronze has
these lands, which will, as agricul anil in trains. The best stock of -'/«$$zz$zz^zzzzzzzzz,$$;zz
ed $3 per deirn by the constitution, been awarded two medals, viz: of theBe branches or the industry to tural science urogresses more ami Wagons and Vehicles ever brought
there would be good reason for ex- Class No 194, Art Work in Zink organize a national association of more, become suitable for homes.” to Burns. Cail and look at goods
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
tra sessions, say its advocates, al- and class No 220 Marble, Stone and its own, these associations to furnish
As an illustration, lie stated that even if you do not desire to buy at
one member each for tho organiza
though they know that they would Metal Monuments,
in his own county of Weston, some
draw no money from the state trea- J White Bronze was in direct tion of the National Livestock as 12 years ago, a start was made to
competition with the great Marble
grow grain without irrigation. Now I>o you want to buy your goods right,
“Recommendations made for the
if »0 get the prices of tlieO. I'. Co. who
Serious doubt exists as to wheth- and Granite Quarries of the world
250,000 bushels of grain and 25,000 are the largest buyers, anil the closest
adjustment of difficulties between
Air<>r<l« lb«* people o( E h 4 fivxi ('eiitrnl Oregon till the opporhinil) of n
er the Legislature can legally auth- auu
nun an me DUUUIB, Such suc
bushels of vegetables are produced «elli-r-, la st quality.
lirNl ( I hnh modern B uhiiii * kh College. It iw n home institution covering
stockmen and an educational and
orize the President to issue the sum cess sfieaks volumns for White
every < oiirH«> involved in BiiaineNM Colleg«* work
U h rat« h ar«« the h um>
fraternal campaign is to be carried
hh clunged elnewhcre and the method«« are the same
.Student- udmitf« d
mons. There is no question, how Bronze as the only Monuments
to 25 bushels per acre. In Crook
nt anv tinw. Inatriiction nt the College or hy mail. During the Miimnier
on all along the line A resolution
ever, but the Legislature has con without a competitor.
month* tin* College will mnduet a
County, to the north, the crop pro
commending the present forestry
duction without irrigation is much
stitutional authority to adjourn to
policy of the government was un-
whatever day it chooses.
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers, amiously pat-sed. and taken all more. In thi northern part of
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody through it was-the moat n -nificial Weston county, 12 years ago, an
F oi I«* hc I.« tm iiml other« who de«ire a reviewing or preparatory rourue
almost unbroken range, there is
For Hperimens oi ,»«*n work, and (nil information on BindneM» C m II«-^* hii I>-
SHORT OF CASH
who wants to enjoy a good hearty meeting ever he'd
laugh to send 50c for “Tips to
“The bolting Texas cattlemen now an average of lietweeu two and
If the amount of money in the Agents.” Worth $50 to any per formed the American Block grower’s three farms on every square mile.
hands of the taxpayers of Grant son who sells goods for a living. Association, but immediately app Said Mr Moudell:
‘ We will, if we proceed carefully
county on March 1, 1904. was any If not satisfactory your money' ointed a com mi tee to confer with
our laml policy, ultimately cul
thing near as small as that indicat back. Circular for st>mp. The the National Livestock A-«o- mtion
ed by the assessment roll of last, Dr. White electric Comb Co., Deca looking to amalgamati >n. thia con tivate m much land by these 'dry
year, Grant would be experiencing , tur, III.
ference to take place in l> liver, on farm' methods as through irriga
tion. For every l,U00,000 or 10,-
one of the worst financial famines
May 9th this year.”
TRISCII <V DONEGAN, Proprietors
acres we reclaim through
known to man. The assessment, The
- Snow no competition,1
* uv V«
irrigation in the West, we will have
made by T. M Ray and his depu- the old reliable.
Alfalfa at Geer A- Cummins
1,000.000 or 10,000,000 acres pro
ducing profitably without irriga
XCtxlze Tlxis ZZoad.q_\XGirtero.
ADVERTISING HARNEY COUNTY'S RESOURCES.
SESSION ties last year disclosed only $2800. HIS VIEW OF THE CONVENTION
First National Bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
first Rational Bank |
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
JUST THINK! EVERY MAN CARRIES A GUN
ALL THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN RUN WILD
Because of the healthy climate and attritions quality of food stuff, grown in this wet ion
THE MEANEST GANG
The Finest of All
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
OF THIEVES ON EARTH
Are those who advertise lies to deceive the people—we don’t have to lie a>>out Harney Cun
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Fables
Club Rooms in Connection.
The Development League of this city, which was formed last fall in connection with the Burns
The Sunshine of Spring
Board of Trade, and to co-operate with the State League,
the follow foim to be I printed on
‘ correspondending with people inquiring about Harney County, Many
back of envelopes used ‘ in
Tho Salve that cures without a
thousand of these have been printed and are being used by various business men in this < itv:
scar is DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve
Cuts. Burna, Boils, Bruises and
HARNEY COUNTY IS THE HARDEST PLACE IN THE WEST
Piles disappear before the u«e of
to beat if you are looking for opportunities to invest capital or want a home
this salve as snow before the sun-
Not for self protection nor to murder his neighbor, but because of the millions or game bird».
elk. antelope, bear, cougar, lynx, bobcat, badger, coyote, rabbits, etc.
LAND GRABBERS, TIMBER THIEVES, ••RUSTLERS" AND HIGHWAY ROBBERS
Gives all the local news
Ftr Sale Only al
Are unknown because it» a square man's country—Our larder» are open and the latch string» han;.’ ••
THESE ARE PLAIN, COLD FACTS
Hotel Burns ar
Harney is the biggest County in Oregon, 6,385.000 acres of land, 4,721.000 acre» rot sabjer • f.
—Altitude of Harney Valley 4100 feet, same as Salt Lake—Precipitation for the ¡m«t 12 month» ov- r L*
inches—Mean temperature 42'—Crops: wheat, oats, barley, rye. alfalfa, wild hay. bops, sugar beets. * •
aides of all kinds, fruits, terries Finest permanent range tn the West for rattle, horse*. siMep—Minerals
gohl. sdrer, copper, borax —BLRNS: County seat [M>pulatiov 12»»o. Churches go>*l «ch i*
> i. • I
Office. National Bank. Flour Mill. Aaw Mills. Electric lights, all branch*« of busim-ss houses reprewtr/-I.
See Premium offer on Pa^e Four
Agents, Burns, Ore.
For information addm««, Board of Traile. Bum*. Onyori.
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