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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, MARCH 4, 1905.
PHEASANT FARM wholesale demand, so the , fourteen PUBLIC LAND LAW REVISION
horses were sent by tbe Kanagwa
weeks. If his plans do not mis-}
JOHN D DAI.Y. Pass
N. U. CARPENTER, Cssuiaa,
FRANK R. COFFIN, Vies P hks
carry he will be back here within ’
Maru on the trip to the\orient.
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . Cisniza.
During tbe passage over tbe o|e*i> PRESIDENT RECEIVES HENEV’S VIEWS
OVERNOR DETERMINED ON TPE AP tw6 weeks, when he will be able to ' HOMER DAVENPORT WILL HAVE A
I give some of bis time to tbe Sump-1
sea it is reported some of the horses
were sligetlv sea sick and Bhowt-il a I
OF BURNS, OREGON.
'About a mile beyond Tipton*
little uneasiness, but none of them
Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
..cmenl to De»«o<i «efere.d.iii H«fa. I. Said Mr. West to a Herald man, Huge Eacloure» Filled With Faacy bawl suffered seriously and when releas District Añores, Retarded as Astberily
yamhill Co.rty-Clrc.tato Politi...
“there is some heavy grade work to
ed at Vokonoma all of them evi
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
On I be Mcoo.ro.
be done and will be necessary for
denced their splendid condition
tock hoi . dbi < s
John D. Daly. Frank B. Cotfiu, N. U. Carpenter, R. j.
us to get an early start when tbe
It is believed that a goodly I>or-
Homer Davenport Oregon’s Hom- i physically and in spirit by an ani
Williams, J. W. Geary, C. Cummins, H. M. Horton, C. A. Haines, Win .
From sources that seem to be enow is off tbe ground has harden
mated frolic. The compartments
Jones, Thomas I>avia.
authoritative, it has been declared ed sufficiently to do work in the er Davenport, whose name has in which the animals were confined tion of the future conferences
tween President Roosevelt and
and Caaaty Warrant?
at tA? marketpric*.
that the referendum will be de proper manner. That mu:b of the
while enroute were padded against Francis J Heney will be devoted to
for any loss by burglary
manded upon the ♦ 1,000,000 ap extension will be accomplised dur gained for him wealth and fame, ia accident by heavy seas, and plenty a careful consideration of proposed
propriation bill passed by the last ing the summer and probably more coming to the Lewis and Clark Ex-j of hay and oats were served.
new laws governing the diepotion
Now that the trial has been so of the public domain, and framed
legislature, says a Salem special to if the prohibitory embargo is remov position. Not satisfied with bring
successfully passed the horsemen in accordance with the present and
the Oregonian. Men who are act ed.”
ing himself to the fair, this young >
• .-» <■><■»•«■> oer> os r><»so»o«e>o*o<Mn
the west will begin gathering
ing in the matter are not ready to
man, who has in recent years writt-1 stock together, and it is expected prospective needs of the country.
[ .M. A i uxim ' kk , PitiMbEXT.
E. H. T est , Cashier
Lewis anti Clark (iuards
I ublicly declare their intention, but
en his signature on the book of pro
> W m . J ones , V ick -I’ hesident .
C. E. K enyon , Asst. Cashier â
they are securing referendum peti
minence, will bring his New Jersey be sent next month The Japanese ty ii|K>n this subject, and probably
no man is better qualified to pass
In a communication addressed farm with him, end exhibit it on
tion blanks and say that the peo
McDonnall, of the trail, says the Oregonian.
ple nhali vote upon this omnibus
buying up all the horses they could has lived all his life in the west, i
biil for the expenditure of money. the Oregon National Guard, Direc
At Morris Plains, New Jersey, get hold of and preparations are
It is understood that the move tor-General H. W. Goode, of the , are situated the Davenport farms.
ment has its origin in Yamhill Lewis and Clark World’s Fair, has | There the cartoonist engages in the now being made for wholesale ship brought him in constant contact ,
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
with almost every condition affect- ■
county and that a public meeting officially announced the plans for | systematic breeding of pheasants. ping
While tbe animals are contra ing the public land question.
We Solieit Yoer Banking Busines .
will b, held for the purpose of tak the guard and patrol of the exposi Angora goat and Arabian horses.
Much of bis time was passed in | [
ing the first step in circulating tion.
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Win. Jones, E II. Test, a ?
; There may be seen Obeyran. the | interference at the hands of the
Kenyon, H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William 5
Tbe guard will he recruited , Arabian stallion exhibited at the
The bill carries appropriations among the men of Oregon’s Nation ¡Columbia Exposition in Chicago by Russians,, and no precautions are desert land acts received their-full j Miller, Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
oeooeo ♦<*« wsja - jm .-- oeo <-»•*><>•♦
f>r the asylum, [>enitentiary, mute, al Guard, and will consist of two I special request of the Sultan of being taken to conceal the plan for measure of consideration. In Cali :o o*o
bln. I and reform schools, the State provisional companies as follows: Turkey, Peacock pheasants, Argus furnishing the imperial army with fornia he was afforded the oppor-1
One major, two captains, two pheasants, Monauls, Intpeyans, American mounts to replace the (unity of studying every feature of
I diversity, Agriculture College,
ones lost in bivovac and battle.
the homestead and timber land
four normal schools and a few lieutenants, one first sergeant, one Tragopans, eared pheasants. Som- i
HOWARD SEBREE. PRESIDENT
W. R SEBREE. VICE-PRESIDENT
laws, besides the various acts re
minor purposes. This is the mea- quartermaster sergeant, one duty inerringB, Elliott pheasants, Japa-1
R. A. COWDEN, CASMICR
acre from which Governor Cham sergeant, three corporals, two musi nese pheasants serve to make the
Canyon City Sunday and for sever system, together with the principle
berlain compelled the legislature to cians, 150 privates and two cooks Davenport farm popular and re- I
al days visited with her folks in the | of adjustment outlined by the for-
A blouse of dark blue with light numerative.
remove the emergency clause in
upper valley at present she is stop
order that the people may demand facings and aguilette of the same
On the Trail there is to built a ping in this place—Prairie City . est reserve Act of June 4. 1897.
Nobody doubts that here in Ore-1
th»- referendum if they so desire. color, light blue trousers, ball shap reproduction of the Davenport farm.
gon he has had excellent chances i
This privilege having been secured ed cape with full drees band, web George L. Baker will manage the
to learn a great deal more pertain
to them, it now seems that the peo belt, bayonet and scabbard, white affair. There will be huge inclo-
Representative Sitz, was in the ing to the matter—in fact, made a
ple will pass upon the merits of the collar, with gloves and black shoes, sures filled with all manner of fancy
A General Banking Business Transacted
have been selected as the uniform fowls. There will be a log cabin of city the first of the week on his general clean-up and become post
ed upon about every other known !
Many members of the legislature and equipment.
great proportions, in which Daven
Mr Sitz made an able legislator and method of acquiring title to Gov
thought Governor Chamberlain
port will live. There will be a re
constituents in both Malheur ernment lands. In addition to all
was “bluffing” when he told tneni-
Witnesses who have returned ception-room in the cabin, where
Harney counties feel proud of this he is a keen observer, and emi-1
from attending upon the federal Davenport will receive guests, ex
hers of each house that
! nently qualified to render material
veto the appropriation hill if it grand jury tell stories about the plain to them divers things con
aid in framing new laws.
came to him in the form it passed method of procedure of District cerning pheasants, draw a little car
The Sunshine of Spring.
It is reasonably certain that the
the lower House, but most of them Attorney Heney that can hardly be toon if his fancy runs in that direc
1 chief Executive is not satisfied with ;
gave up that idea when he sent hie believed. The witnesses state that tion, or sing a little song to while
The Salve that cures without a
formal message to the Senate last upon their arrival they were sweat away the time. Throughout the scar is DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve the recommendations of the com
Friday afternoon plainly and un ed unmercifully; were threatened day and night Davenport will live Cuts, Burns, Boils, Bruises and
Issues all forms of sound life insurance at the lowest rates. Our policies
guarantee after three payments are made
qualifiedly announcing his deter with indictment if they didn’t testi tn his log house the same as though Piles disappear before the use of I to revise the public land laws. It 8
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract.
mination. If any are still in doubt fy to suit the prosecution, and pro- J he were on the New Jersey farm, this salve as snow before the nun- j is probable Mr. Roosevelt may j «•
II. A paid up policy.
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
about what the Governor intended mised immunity and pardon in ad and he will treat visitors as though shine of spring. Miss H. M. Mid-
fectly familiar with every detail of ft
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
to do, they will perhaps be surpris vance if they did and incriminated they were guests on that same New dleton, Thebes, Ill. says: “I was
/.VKE.sTJG’ATE BEFORE YO H INSURE.
ed to learn of the steps the gover themselves in so doing. The wit Jersey farm. Mosquito fights will seriously afflicted with a fever sore
personal knowledge of affairs of this g
R. 11. Benedict,
nor had taken to defeat the appro nesses are unanimous in declaring be the only things eliminated.
that was very painful. DeWitt’s I character, as the President was at ft
II. A. Dillard, Agent,
that it was a esse of testifying to
priation bill as it was drawn.
The enterprise will require no Witch Hazel Salve cured tne in one time a resident of a western | ft
Earlv Friday morning, the last suit Mr. Heney or be indicted on i small amount of work. The labor less than a week.” Get the genuine
state, and became more or lesrf ac
day of the session, the Governor
of transporting the pheasants will Sold by Burns' Druggists.
quainted with the conditions pre- [
prepared a veto message, giving his that 8. A. D. Puter, convicted tim- be a great task, great care will have
vailing in a country where the pub- [
disapproval to the appropriation ber thief, has been pardoned and to be taken, the birds will have to Do you want to buy your goods right,
lie land lawscut such an important j
bill which had not yet passed, and was in and of the jury room all day be attended night and day. and if so get the prices of the 0. C. Co. who
also prepared a proclamation cal
when they are installed on the
Heney has already demonstrated
ling a special session of the legisla mous size between his teeth every Trail they will have to be made ac
an aptitude for framing laws upon J
ture for Monday morning, February few minutes and a look of blissful customed to their surroundings
land matters, and only a short ■
‘20. His determination was that if
They will be provided with grass,
Affords Hie people of East and Cential Oregon all the opportunity of a
time ago, in response to a request
first clasa modern Business College. It is a home institution covering
lhe bill should be passed carrying though he had a mortgage on the and everything will be the same as full weight—75 a roll at the City from Governor Pardee, of California,
every course involved in Business College work
Its rates are tin* same
an emergency clause, lie would im outfit.—Prineville Review.
thotjgh the birds were in the wild .Meat Market.
H» charged elsewhere and tlie methods are the same. Studenta admitted
drafted several measures that no 1
mediately file the veto and serve
woods. Visitors to the enterprise
doubt will be adopted by the Legis-
luoDliis the College will conduct a
Studebaker Wagons, ’Hacks will be able to see pheasants as they
every member of the legislature
lature of that State, and which ex- ■
with a copy of the call of a special Carriage.-. Buggies and Buckboards would appear in their native haunts
perts upon the subjects sav fulfill J
session before any member could are arriving now and selling as fast
There is no doubt that this es
every requirement of the situation.
For teachers ami others who desire a reviewing or preparatory course.
get out of town, i’he moment the as we can get them in. We have tablishment will prove one nf the
For specimens of pen work, and full information on Business College sub
I -gislature adjourned the proclama two car loads of these goods here 1 most attractive on the Trail Dav
tion would have gone out and an and in trains. The best stock of enport himself will be worth seeing
2LÆ. S. ZBig'Tosr, 3Fxi.rx.,
Victory White Bronze Monuments.
officer would have been at each Wagons and Vehicles ever brought and knowing, and. backed by his
train to serve members about to to Burns. Cal! and look at goods peerless birds, he will no doubt
even if you do not desire to buy at a great and popular attraction.
just received notice from The
Had the Legislature not yielded the present time. Geer dr Cummins Manager Baker is at present very
Monumental Bronze Co, nf Bridge
I busy with the detai Is of the scheme,
to the Governor’s views, the Legis
Conn, that \\ hile Bronze has
lature would have been in session in
H. Y. Blackwell and Ed Turk, and before many weeks the work of
awarded two medals, viz:
Salem this week The emergency who have lieen buying horses for
TRISCH A DONEGAN, Proprietors.
Claes No 194, Art Work in Zink
clause having been stricken out,the some time, starteli for market with farm will begin.
and class No 220 Marble, Stone and
appropriation bill is subject to the a bunch yesterday.—Long Creek
will of the people, and the Governor Ranger.
HORSES IN JAPAN
White Bronze was in direct
Iviake Tlxis ZZesbd.q.u.sixt©rs-
withheld his veto.
competition with the great Marble
The Windsor, under the manage The fourteen horses shipped Jan
and Granite Quarries of the world
Sumpter V. Ry. Halid thia Year.
ment of C. B. Smith A Co., ia one uary 27, via the Kanagwa Maru to
■ nil won all the honors Such suc-
Japan as an experiment, Hood the
cess speaks volomns fo" White
The Sumpter \ alley railroad will
trip over the seas splendidly
Bronze as the only Monti mente
be extended this year as far as Aus
passed Japanese ii>«|>ection at
without a competitor.
tin or in that immediate vicinity. cigars, billiards and card tables oliomn. Bill s the S< attle Star,
It may go farther, but that far to a and expert mixologists.
news has just lieeu reported from
Fresh oysters at'the City Meat
Yokohom*. and 'A ashington and
Market 85 cents per can
The rails for the road from Tipton
Oregon men are i> joicing for the
to the point on the survey as far as
safe arrival ia Gt e • idilion of tne
Austin have been purchased and
To cure constipation and Liver animals, and their I ing passed by
are now in a warehouse in Chicago. troubles by gently moving the bow : tbe Japanese inspection service
The Finest of All «.*
They would have >>een brought out els and acting as a tonic to the liv means a lot to th • horse raisin« in
here' this winter if the usual court. er, take Littie Early Risers. These
, ay rat. had been extended, but as Famoua Little Pills are mild, plea dustry of the two states.
Some time ago Japan make
it has not they will be permitted to sant and harmless, but effective
known her need of horses, nearly
remain there until needed. If in I and sure. Their universal use for
every horse in the tinpire having
the meantine, a rate be secured, many years is a strong guarantee
Fer Sale Osly at’
been killed or captured by th ene
more rails will be purchased for 1 of their popularity and usefulness
my, or even need for food during
tlie route beyond Tipton.
! Sold by Bums Druggist*.
times of shoal ration«
Chief Engineer Joseph A West
The stockmen of the Western
was up from Hood River Saturday
states were anxious to secure tbe
morning says the Baker City Her
Japanese orders for horses, but
ald. and said that he ia now looking ' for winter comfort«, so call at th-
Agents, Burns, Ore
thought best to send a small num
about for a contractor to take up
. the work of making the neceeeary ■ leave your order for a couch of any
Rotteci *d Broa, DiairiUotere. Portland, Oregon
before engaging to supply the
cut aud fills and expects to come to pattern or style
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