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ANNUAL CITY ELECTION
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, MARCH it,
PRODUCTS SHOW IN ADEQUATE WAV.
NOT CONVENE LEGISLATURE buyers, says the East Oregonian, IRLES SHOULD HAVE CARE
and in consequence no sales are!
JOHN D. DAI.Y. L kkh
To the homeseeker who reached
N. I CARPENTER, <'. uiikk ,
now being made. Owing to the
FRANK R.COFFIN, V ick P him .
A. C. WELCOME, Assr. I'asHtsa.
TICKETS OUT WITH EXCEPTION Portland thia morning, the Oregon
GOVERNOR CHAMBERLAIN OPPOSED j present high price of mutton in the
PESTS WILl SPREAD RAPIDLV UN
Information Bureau was a swift
Chicago market, local growers are
TO EXTRA SESSION.
moving panorama ot Oregon’s
I not willing to contract for a sale
wealth. To the visitor who intends
after shearing unless they be given
OF BURNS, OREGON.
1er Marnbal Very Clots aad May to remain a few days, it will tell
Doctoreo Predkomeot Threatened by Refer- a figure which the buyers say ean- Harne) Count) Fruit ein be Kept Free From
Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
isd to Teat Cate Retardlay the
what would otherwise take months
■ not be offered.
codimi Brings Responsibility Back
Such b) Proper Work, Precaution
Legibility oi Saccsssfal Maa.
to see To the prospective citizeu
On the Legislators.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
In speaking of the situation to
tad Diligeste bv People.
it will convince him that there Is
Sr,« kiioi DEKs
Joint 1*. Italy, Frank B. Cotfiu, N. U. Carpenter, K. J.
je annual city election last
Governor Chamberlain doesn’t j Hunter & Stephens, said that mix
no place like Oregon if he is seek
It is time the matter of looking
Wllhania, J. W. Geary, C. Cummins. H M Horton, C. A. Haines, IKm.
day resulted in the election of ing health, wealth and happiness. I think he ought to call the
Jones. Thomas l>avi*.
legisla-1 ed yearlings were now being held at after fruit trees and shrubs be tak
unmir.s, mayor; S. W. Miller, Many saw it today at the Union ture into extra session to
unhook | all the way from $2 to 12.50 per en in hand by our horticulturists.
«T?<r/« and Cannijf Warrtnh banyht at ttta marjtatprt'ea.
der, W. Cy Byrd and F. M. depot.
the Normals schools frqm other head, to be delivered after shearing If Harney county is to be kept free
t his bank is insured and w ill be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
an, councilmen; V. J. Hopkins,
In tbo rooms of the bureau can state institutions in the general ap- This is an advance of 75 cents over from |iests steps must be taken to
or hold up day or night.
urer, and M. II. Brenton, mur- be found literature on Oregon,
propriatioty bill, and says be won’t, the price paid last year. The year prevent their getting a start or
There were two tickets in pamphlets and books without num His
zxz»l n ».zsea Al.aa*
that • the
spreading. Last season the green
ield for all offices with the ex ber. They are yours for the ask legislature yoked up the normals lings for which $2 to 12.50 is now
aphis was much in evidence in sev
on of councilmen. Onlv three ing. There are tables covered with and the other institutions willfully
♦ <■»•«■> nr>
prices ranging from $1.60 to $1 75 eral young orchards and in some
les appearing on the ballot and minerals, a vast profusion of wealth and in defiance of him and that the
M. A lexander , P resident .
E. H. T est , Cashier
I Thus it will be seen that the grow instances neglected, much to the
IVx. J oses , V ice -P resident .
C. E. K ksvos , Asst. Cashier
lo be elected.
gold, silver, copper and many others predictment theatened by referen ers will derive a good profit from detriment of trees not only infected
iturday evening a mass meet- dug from Oregon’s hills. On the dum on the bill brings the respon
the growth, aside front the $1.25 to bin adjoining orchards The state
ivas held at the court house and walls, tastefully arranged, are sibility back home to the legislature
$1.50 to be made from thu wool horticultural board will likely send
ket called citizens was placed grasses and grains in various and not to him at all, says the Ore
a representative here this season to
C. A. Sweok, shapes and figures, to please the gonian.
There are many stockmen who! inspect conditions and it would be
or; S. W. Miller, recorder; John eye and best show these products i The Governor says that be com
are not situated so as to run sheep ;
Intepest Paid on Timo Deposits*.
berling and Roy McGee, of the fields. On the shelves are pelled the legislature to leave the
through the summer, and bo they shape People do not seem to real- ]
cilmen; V. J. Hopkins, trea- glass jars in great profusion, filled emergency clause out of the bill so
We Solieit Yoer Banking Busines .
make a business of buying Iambs in ize the importance of keeping these
r; Chas Brittingham, marshal. with apples and pears, strawberries that the people might veto the Nor
the fall, keeping them overwinter pests down and looking alter the
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Win. Jones, E. II Test,
Ionday another ticket headed and plume, etc., etc. Jars of lus mal School graft if they desire, and
C. E. Kenyon. H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
and selling them after shearing I young orchards that promise so
ayers was filed with the re- cious fruit that makes the mouth that now he washes his hands of
Miller. Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
This year those who have done this niiieii for this section. If pests are
er with the following names: water for a taste and the stomach the whole business.
will reap good profits, for every allowed to spread it will soon be
or, C. Cummins; recorder, beg for more On the floor in one
The three days special session 15 thing points to good prices for both almost impossible to get rid of
ik Jackson; W. C. Byrd and corner are the pumpkins and months ago cost the state 7000.
wool and sheep
them and they will be forever a
1. Jordan, councilmen; C. C. squashes, almost too large for one Advocates of an extra session now
The present deadlock in the mar source of annoyance, besides injury
dy, treasurer; M. H. Brenton, man to handle. Here and there a say that the legislature could save ket cannot continue long, for many ing the fruit to a great extent.
HOWARD SEBREE, PRESIDENT
W. R SEBREE, VlCt-PRCSIOCNT
R A. COWDEN, CaSHlIR
basket of large potatoes and other the state many times that sum by speep, especially yearlings, must be
Spray your trees at the proper
efore the ticket was placed in vegetables—the more substantial pulling the bill apart so as to keep sold after shearing, and the growers time, prune them and otherwise
hands of the printer Roy Me- portion of a meal—are on view.
such institutions as the penitentiary wish to have their contracts made look after their welfare There is
withdrew bis name stating he
And so on and on until the tnind the asylum, the reform school the at least a few weeks before shearing no reason why Harney county
Id not make the race nnder any becomes bewildered with this veri deaf mute school, the blind school, Consequently, within a month the should not raise sufficient fruit to
Bideration, therefore only three table Garden of Eden, and you ex the Uniyersity and the Agricultur two sides will go together and sales supply the local demand.
les were printed.
know this can be done and the y
claim: "This is the place I have al College from being held up as to will be made.
he Times-Herald did not as- long sought after; Oregon shall be their appropriations ar.d from sad
According to Mr Stephens it costs young orchards now beginning to V
A General Banking Business Transacted
tain the total number of votes my home.” And you are lost in dling on tha state consequent inter $1 a head to summer sheep and de bear have proven beyond a doubt V
t, the highest for any office, your amazement at the wonderful est and discount charges on state liver them at the stock yards next that the fruit is second to none.
wever, being for recorder—149.1 products of Oregon, until you al certificates.
fall, When this expense is added
The fruit Hint will be sent from
e vote stood:
“The legislature had abundant to the price that is now wanted by this county to the Lewis and Clark
most forget to thank the polite and
’ said the Governor “to growers the sum becomes between fair should be free from any pests,
obliging attendant who has shown
schools apart by $3 and $3,50. This according to as it will be a great advertisement
you around and bows you out,
iik ’ ihub
themselves, but both houses took Mr. Stephens, means that in order for this section. Don’t neglect vour -544544i$454444544S4-544444444»4444444«a;
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bilities and your arms full of Ore- the bit in tbeir teeth ami would to come out right the feeder would orchards. If you do not know
have their own way. I protested have to receive seven cents in the what to do or what formula to use
to the President of the Senate, the Chicago market for his mutton next in spraying, ask for information.
fall. While that price is now be
Issues all forms ot sound life insuraui* st the lowest rules. < >ur policies
ing paid, it is sometimes unusual, Victory White Bronze Monument.«
gusruutee after three payments are made
I. Automatic extended insurance tor the face of tlie contract
The portrait of Preiideut Roose means, but I might aH well have and buvers do not wish to make
A paid up policy.
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
velt which is being painted by Otto talked to the winds. Now that the purchases on the assumption that
58 Von Krumhaar, is intended to be people are likely to call a referend the price will remain as it now is.
Unexcelled us a dividend puyer.
just received notice from The
/.Vl EsT/G.I/’£’ HEf'ORU KOH /.VSI ItE.
91 placed in the state capital at um, members of the legislature are
Monumental Bronze Co, of Bridge
getting scared, are they? Well,
Sherman A Harmon,
It. II Benedict,
The Sunshine ot Spring.
port, Conn, that \\ bite Bronze has
Dr. J. A. Bergstrom of the de- why didn’t they think before they
been awarded two medals, viz:
The Salve that cures without a (Haas No 194, Art Work in Zink
54 partment of pedagogy of the In- adjourned of the predicament they
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diana university, has been made an
and class No 220 Marble, Stone and
associate editor of the new National deny all responsibilities for the Cuts, Burns, Boils, Bruises and Meta) Mm laments.
magazine for School Hygiene, pub trouble that threatens to develop«. Piles disappear before the use of
White Bronze was in direct
lished by Englishmen at Leipsic, If it shall cost the state $50,000. I this salve as snow before the sun competition with the great Marble
The contest for Marshal was
shine of spring. Miss 11. M. Mid and Granite Quurrim of the world
ery close and it is asserted by some
James H. Wolff, a negro, who price; yes if it shall cost $100,000. dleton, Thebes, III. says: “I way ami won all the honors. Such suc
hat even though Mr. Brentou re-
“No, I’ll not call an extra session. seriously afllicted with a fever sore
has been elected commander ot the
cess speaks volumns fo’ White
eived a majority of the votes cast
Massachusetts Grand Army of the What assurance have 1 that the that was very painful. DeWitt’s Bronze ns the onlv Monuments
Alluni» thè people o( East siili t'entisl Oregon *11 tlie opportiinill ut *
e is not eligible to hold the office
Republic, is the first colored man legislature would not enter into Witch Hazel Salve cured me in without a competitor.
llist class ihialern Itualnesa College. It in a fiume iiisliluliun noiering
and possibly the matter will be con
ry vniirse invulveil ili Bllsilie«« < ollege Work
Ita ralr « are Ifie anni.,
chosen to that high office. He is a
il« cliaigeil elsewhero ami tlie mellnsl* are tire sanie
ested. This, however, is merely
graduate of Darmouth college and
al uny lituo. I nstruction ut tilt, College or fiv inuil. Dnring tlie iinnner
treei rumor so far as The Tirnes-
monili« tlie College wi’l comlilct a
•nd the Harvard school and has
ferald can find. Il is claimed Mr
The legislature was from the very
Studebaker Wagons, flacks
practiced law in Boston for some
renton and has not been a resi-
determined In hitch up the Carriage«, Buggies and Buck boards
ent of this city for a year next pre- j
Congressman Charles F. Scott, of Normal schools with th»- m cesary are arriving now anti selling as fast
Fot leaiUiern Hn<l otliern who <h,»irr il retiewiii^ or prepHintorv < olir*»«
eding his election. This matter
Kor HpiM'itiiriiM «ti pen work. ami full infornili!urti oli BiiM|tH‘HR
Kansas, writing of the session of state institutions; in fuel that was as we can get them in. We have
will be decided either in the council
the electoral college at Washington part of the deal for organization of two car loads of tbes« goods here
or in the courts if any one desires
says: “It is a little singular that the two houses and for election of ami in trains. The la st stock of
Ao carry the matter that far Either
neither the constitution nor the law the president and the speaker One Wagons and Vehicles ever brought
of the gentleman would make a
provides for a certificate of election of the republican members told me to Burns. Call ami look at goods
ood officer, so no matter how it is
' to the president or vice president, that he stood in with tin- yrafl be even if you do not desire to buy at
•ettled the people will be satisfied. '
or an official notification to them of cause hie crowd was pledged lo it the present time. Geer A’ Cummin«
Those who oppose Brenton's taking
their election. They simply have and that though be voted for it Le
the oath of office cite the following
had to grit hie teeth to do it This
I to take somebody’s word for it."
The snow is gradually diaapi>ear-
[section of the city charter:
same memlier said that the election
TRLSI'H <V DONEGAN, Proprietors.
the warm, sunny days are hav
“Sec. 9. No perr-on is eligible lo
of the s|*eaker was accomplished by
The Windsor, under the manage-
I IIP l-f k< IfA- *' 'O A PIKFAR W :
yeta ratei V
ing considerable effect, but as yet I lustrate
I U» |«ge bTI.VL N ■ I
any elective office in this municiple
r • I
lew •*. .arto!
hnc <4 tingi« shut
corporation, who at the time of his men‘ of C B 8“l‘h A C° ’ '• °"e
“When I called the last special
election is not a citizen of the
the most popular resorts in the session, a blunder for which 1 was river to any extent.
etc., Hi* outt>ut <4ao>m»nwfiu?ire».
« ra bm Maynard, Jr. riffe of th«
I ■ . I • r • «I I >
United States and a resident and < interim. Finest of liquors and partly responsible bad to be correct
voter of the city of Burns, and en-: cigars, billiards and card .able* ed in the tax laws. The blunder I I*o yon want to buy your good« right, is rigidi/ Biat retained.
if so get the prices of the O. <'. Co. who
titled to the privilege of an elector and expert mixologists,
bail eeea[H-d my notice as that of are the largest buyers, and the clo«< <t
and barfvaM duaiett
< m £« «aff n.a«e—4n»rst on get'iag It. I
I »*• fa t Gist
according to the constitution and ,
the legislature when the bill was seller«, best quality.
A, • • I * ►. . V s ■/ Alti»
• > .to c •. r- •
laws of the state of Oregon, and i
¡enacted. But this time the legisla
. -adirti l«**d.
■end twist. »**B»l«a f<« tUrven* Book and RM* PtfflMs
who has not resided in the city of,
ture was fully warned against the
Freeh qftoica creamesv 1*11er — J ITBVBNI ARMS ô TOOL CO.
Burns for one year next preceding
P. O. Roí 4091
To cure constipation and Liver
full "eight—75 a roll at the City
■ Fall*, Ms»» , U. S. A.
bis election or appointment.”
troubles by gently moving the bow- refused to take h* I.
Recorder Miller informs Tbe e|g all¿ acting as a tonic to the liv-
“Under the cini 'itstat'ces, I do
Times-Herald that the new council- er> take Little Early Risers. These not th'nk it incuinl nt on me to
men will in all likelihood take the Famous Little Pills are mild, plea call the legi-latnre into an extra
<< The Finest of All •<
oath of office March 22.
Rant and harmless, but effective session ”
The sr riouMie»« of a referendum
M hile the u«ual stories were cir- an(j sure Their universal use for
cutated and some bitterness shown, many years is a strong guarantee on the bill is felt m I’ irtland i*oliti-
it was it, the main personal and . . „f tbeir r popularity
* and usefulness cal circle«. That «• oiething ought
had very little bearing upon mnn- Sold by Burns Druggists,
to be done to w««h I th« r< f< ren-
ieipal affaire. There were no “iiau-
dutn is the fri.eral opinii-n. but
lar Sale Oaly al’
ee” particularly to tbraah out. The
Notice—All sheepmen whose that advocate* of referendum are
voters looked only to the beet in- sheep are infected with scab, are likely to- mi
tereeta of the city in coating tbeir required by law to dip their sheep •jail»- |
ballots arid the result meet with re after »hearing at least twice with
sult meets with General approval
StlttPatH ASA HH j H PttKEC
Lime and Sulphur and if necessary
Agents, Burns, Ore.
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Just at the present there is a
Stock Inspector. deadlock on between sLeepuien and
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