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THE $1,000,000 BILL,HELD UP
NO MORE L1EL SELECTIONS.
REGULATE RATES ON STOCK
The Oregonian Washington News
referendum petitions have been Bureau «ays: Secretary Hitchcock,
W. E. HUSTON
in a circular issued to registers and
WITH THE EAST
receivers of local land offices, holds
that Congress meant what it said
Vote be Taken Whether Sum. lor Normalt when by the act of March 3, 1905,
Orejón Vitally l«ter«»le<l la tke Work ot
Shall be Lumped With Money lor
it absolutely repealed the lieu land
lotcrttate Cooincrcc La» A,M<ialloo
law, With the exception of owners
--Need of Regalano« la Scale.
The referendum petition, de-
Stockmen of this state arc in re
i cisco and Grand Canyon reserves
ME ALSO HAS A LINE OF
nianding that House bill No 370, ’ in Arizona and the Santa Barbara ceipt of a circular from the Inter
known as thb $1,000,000 appropria
reserve, California, who are specifi state Commerce Law convention,
tion bill, be referred to the vote of
cally provided for by a special act, organized at St Louis las’, year to
the people, was filed in the office of the secretary holds that all right to promote the work of lhe interstate
the Secretary of State last Thurs
make lieu selections expired March commerce commission, in which
day forenoon. The appropriation o last and local land officers are ad individuals and organizations are
I, 11 will therefore not take effect, vised that they are without author urged to work with their delegation
I,¿it will remain in abeyanco until ity to accept relinquishment of to congress for the purpose of hav
CHILDREN S CLOTHING
after the general election in .Tune, lands within forest reserves after ing a unanimous sentiment in fa
I'.hlO. At that time the question that date and allow the selection of vor of railway regulation by the
All kinds of Fresh Vegetables in Season,
will be presented to the people other lands in exchange therefor. time that congress convenes, «ays
whether the appropriation bill shall The Secretary says, however, that the Journal.
become a law If a majority vot all lieu selections made prior to
The Interstate Commerce Law
ing thereon vote in the affirmative, and pending for adjudication on association is composed of 490 COLD-
tin- bill will become a law, and not March 3, 1905, may be perfected mercial and other organizations.
otherwise, says the Oregonian.
and patented and, if in the adjudi Its offices are now in Milwaukee,
This bill carries the appropria cation of any selection then pend Wisconsin, which will be perma
tion- for maintenance al the asy ing, the same should be held invalid nent headquarters. All affected by
lum, penitentiary, reform school, for any reason not the fault of the freight rates are invited to join,
mute school, blind school aijd four parly making the same, another that the sentiment of shippers may
normal schools. It also contains seclction for a like quantity of laud be made known in the most ex
R. R. SITZ, Lawen, Oregon
appropriations for additional main may be made in lieu thereof
J. W. Dowty, proprietor of the
tenance and new buildings at the
The repealing act makes no pro
University of Oregon, the State vision for cases where lands within Oak Grove stock farm, at Currins-
Agricultural College and the Sol-' forest reserves may have been re ville, Oregon, was in the city this
Bulls readv for service, (lie <<et of
diers’ Home. It contains the ap conveyed to the United States, but morning and said that the work of
propriai one for the transportation selections may be made in lieu the association would have the
of insane patients and convicts and thereof where such selections, if hearty approval of stockmen of lhe
the expense of returning fugitives, made were finally rejected and can state. He does not know that any 1
Certified copy oi pedigree
the aid of non-resident poor and celed prior to March 3, 1905. systematic canvass has beeu made
given with each purchase.
several minor items. The total There is no law authorizing selec among them yet, but expects some
am ount of the appropriations is a tions in lieu of such relinquished thing to develop soon.
“Oregon stockmen believe in re
little over -11,000,000.
rates,"said Mr Dowty. “I
The bill was objectionable to
This last paragraph means that,
> ‘ individual instances
many people, because in it the Leg
islature joined the items of mainte land law haB been repealed have where the need exists. Suffice it
nance of the normal schools with relinquished forest reserve lands to to say that the general sentiment
H ouston N apton .
the items for maintenance of the the Government subsequent to favors regulation, and I beleive that
asylum, penitentiary, etc., over the March 3, they will not only be something will be recommended in
protest of several members of the denied the right to select lands in this direction, I and others will
Legislature. For many years the exchange for those relinquished, have every possible influence
practice has prevailed of making but will, in the absence ot specific brought to bear on the Oregon dele
omnibus appropriation bills, and legislation, be unable to recover gation to support the rate measure
the tiling of the referendum peti their original holdings which they that was before th« senate of. the
tions is generally regarded as an have surrendered to the Govern United States at the time of its
effort of the people to overthrow ment. The department recognizes adjournment.
“We have not noticed how the
what they believe to be a pernicious that the equities of the case under
men stood in tho prior vote,
P ayettk , I daho .
. these circumstances would be un
that they are with the
The tiling of the referendum pe settled, but there is no authority of
Ontario office: New Wilson Brick.
titions will have the effect of pre law for restoring such lands to the general shipping interests. That
venting the expenditure of any of person who relinquished them It there may be no doubt on this sub
the sums appropriated by this bill. is expected that Congress next ses ject at the next session, it will be
A large portion of the revenue has sion will legislate on this point and our purpose to draw general atten
already been raised or the taxes for permit persons who relinquished tion to the measure and 6end com
tin- revenue have been levied and since March 3 to recover their lands munications to the meailiers of the
the money will accumulate in the within forest reserves, otherwise delegation asking them to stand by
they would suffer hardship through lhe shippers.”
AHERICAN PL AN
Secretary of State Dunbar, acting no fault of their own.
John Robertson, head foreman
under authority of existing statutes,
«ill audit claims for thc> mainten
arrived from Harney county the
ance of the asylum, penitentiary
and other institutions at Salem,
Rates $2.00 and $2 50 per day.
and will issue certificates of allow graph line at Hongkong were sur steers which were shipped to Oma
ha. Mr Robertson informs us that
ance for those claims he approves. prised recently by the discovery
All Outside Rooms-- Near Depot
within 30 days Mr Hanley will
These certificates can be held by that about seven miles of their ca
This modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
ship 2,500 head of cattle from this
tlx.- claimants until the legislature ble, though it was well protected
point, the rate being $10 per carl
public. Harney Count\ people will be always welcome
appropriates money for their pay
cheaper than at Huntington.—On
courteously cared for. A first-class bai in connection.
ment or can discount them to war
rant brokers at about DO cents on | For the greater part of the length tario Argus.
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION
the dollar. The secretary will re-j oval holes had been bored rjuite
fuse to audit claims for the normal ; tb™«b the CMlr‘K down to lbe
schools or for new buildings at any C0PP®r wire Bselt
To cure constipation and Liver
of the institutions.
I. Il waB aRreed that insects must troubles by gently moving the bow
Secretary of State Dunbar has al-1 bave been tbe authora of thenli’- els and acting as a tonic to the liv
ready indicated his intention DOt |chief, though what kind of insects er, take Littie Early Kisers. These
to issue certificates of allowancs was not obvious. It might be pos- Famous Little Pills are mild, plea
“ • for the _ mi iaintenan
;e of sible to find one which enjoys per-
sant and harmless, but effective
this forati"g lea<]
‘heae inaetcts and sure. Their universal use for
position because the Normal Schools seemed to have drilled the ho es, many years is a strong guarantee
fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
have never been regarded as state I"»» °’der to make “ PaBB8*’-,but of their jtopularity and usefulness.
institutions in the same sense that Ib? "ay of raakinK 8 meal 1 he-v Sold by Burns Druggists.
flints for Maryland Club Whisky
the Asylum, Penitentiary, etc , are , ba<’> taken a dinner of six courses,
CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION
EVERYTHING fl-ST CIASS
state institutions, because their consisting first of tarred rope, then
claims were not audited in 1897 of lead, then of twisted rope, then
Courteous and obliimg M1X0I0415I5
when no appropriations were ayila- of tape, then of hemp fiber and last-
ble, an< d because the State Board L’ . _ — À - ¡"Jia
..... I . C . M ♦ lx I
of Levy made no estimate for Nor-1 , was too much for them.
Portions of the damaged cable
inal Schools in making the annual
sent to the Natural History
estimates of state expenses in Jan
uary. Secretifry Dunbar will follow museum with a hope that some
‘til the‘j7dici7uiep.rt’- °Pinion mi<h‘
ineut directs him iodo otherwise.
It iS UhueiBLUk/U
aizv.«. bank, - very little doubt that the damage
and business men have arranged to ”>8 caused by white ant. fepeci-
All the late.-l styles and improved photography In
furni.h funds for the Monmouth.
of tbeir Pecul,ar fo[mB of a'‘-
to be had. Profile Panel», Artist’s Proof and
Ashland and Weston Normals, and P*“‘* and iind,1,atrJ “re
Stock and poultry har»
trouble« which »r<
• l«.we| and
museum, which show not only that
Poacelain process. Photos finished in up-to-date
perhaps a similar arrangement may
liver irr- . c
• i ,»c k
they will eat lead, but will also bore
style upon application. All sizes from the smallest
Draught Stuck ar. I’ -uitry Medi
I* made at Drain. An effort will through hard sandstone rock.
cine 1« a bowel a I liver remedy
picture up to an 8 x ro finished in Aristo
first be made to establish the right
for «took. It put
he organ« <A
or on any of the American papers.
of these institutions to have their
Saved by Dynamite.
(l.llrry oppo.lle First Nallona! Bank.
claims audited and a friendly suit
farmer» kaeptheir b< ...ami 11 «-fc.
ueallLv by if-ing •
a an ncr-a-
Sometimes, a flaming city is sav
"ill be brought to compel the Sec
-of Btvk ■’rantf* 18toek
retary of State to issue certificates ed by dynamiting a space that the i
and Poultry ’>)■
' f allowances. If this should be fire can't cross. Sometime« a cough
25-cent half-t» in
d- .ded against the normals, the bangs on so long, you feel a if no
of till« :
« 1 . Ç»*-
and keep hi- -’
i <1 i-.ipiu lists will furnish funds
ally keep B1 *
and depend upon lhe next legisla 7. T Gray, of Calhoun. Ga , writes
"Mr wife had a very aggravated
ture for reimbursement.
not. «end 25
' retary of State Dunbar check- cough, which kept her awake nights
can to th" ■• ■<
Chatter »ga M
»1 the petition« this afternoon and Two physicians couid not help her.
evening, the task requiring the <e she took Dr Kings New Diecov-
w rk of two clerks for seven hours, ^ry for Coneumption. Gough« «nd
It was found that 792" persona Colda. which eased her cough, gave
s gned the petitions but only «312 her sleep, and finally cored her ”
o: th. - gnatures were certified by Strictly ecientiffc cure for bronchi-
nty clerks to be genuine tie and I.* Grippe At The Gity
Fifteen out of 33 counties are re- Drug Store, price 5Oc and 91.00; 1
presented by the petitioo«
'guaranteed Trial bottle free
FILED AT SALEM.
Tropical rd Domestic
Fruits when in Season
1 .nil prepared to furnish my customers with the u-ual
high class goods and invite the public to call when desiring
Hats, Shirts, Clothing,
/ (guarantee the (roods and Prices
Solid (Told \\ .itches, Fancy Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds.
Silverware, Ebony ware, Cut Glass, Handp.tinted L Ilina at
Cost, Take a peep at my windows.
GIVE HIM A CALL
1 WU A
I M. L. LEWIS— s
BILLS FOR SALE
Breeder of Pure Bates Short Horn Cattle
... Represents the....
Waterloo Prince I 74,1 84
OFFICE WITH BIOOS & BIIKIS.
Corner South of Lunaburg & Dalton’s.
ISON & ASHTON
Home Insurance Co., of New York,
Liverpool, London & Globe,
Fire Assurance Co., Philadelphia.
Mmes and Mining.
ALL WORK GUAR
Harney County Hospital
THE CARTER HOUSE
Patients receive everv attention when placed
under our care.
Good comfortable noms.
Surgical and medical cases. .Terms reasonable
Pleasant Quarter’s provided for
( has. E. McPhteters, Propt.
Burns, Oreg«>. .
THE HOTEL BURNS BUR BURNS MILLING CO.
HORTON <Sc SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
■ Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
H. E. THOMPSON, Propt.
Reasonable Rates, Good Clean Meals, Comfortable
Rooms, Courteous Treatment.
Special Accommodations for the
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HOPKINS <fc GARRETT,
Manufacturer« »n.l dealer« in
SADDLES and HARNESS.
Bridles, *purs. Whips, Rohes: Ropes, I U.
If tour Mo« k are ailing in am way come anti get
S«-<urtty Stock Rrmedier; Gall cure, limtn.-nt«, blxt. i«,
etc. Also poultry food.