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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON,JULY 22, 1905.
BIG TRACT ON THE MARKET disposal of such land as the French WILLI AMSON DENIES IT ALL
Glenn Company ha« to offer. It
will command a big price and be
taken quickly if the people are only
given an opportunity to purchase.
N. I . CARPENTER, C ariiuk ,
There was an increase in the
C. WELCOME, Assr. I' ahhikk
acerage disposed of, due to the1
FRENCH-FLENN LAND HOLDINGS TO
TAKES THE WITNESS STAND IN HIS operation of the Kinkaid law, un CO-OPERATIVE FEDERATION WANTS
BE DISPOSED OF.
der which several thousand acres
UNCLE JOE NAKES STRONG DENIAL.
OF BURNS, OREGON.
Western Nebraska at the rate of
Orer I’O.OM Acre« sf the Finest Liad in
Harriman Will Suffer If the» Secure I he
Hiney Coaaty May be Sold and
President Goode, of the Expoei- Oefeadant Declares be Had ao Part la or 640 acres per entryman.
Corvallis & Easteru«-linmeuse Traffic
Koowledte of Cootpiracy--Direct
Cal up lai« Snail Tracta.
tion, has made public u letter from
And Heavy Holdings the Prize.
This tells its own story. Peo
Examination Was Short.
AaapAt at tAa raarAat jfriaa.
f Joseph G Cannon, Speaker of the
ple tire afraid to enter upon the
The French-Glenn land holdings House of Representatives, in which
Railroad men are watching de
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Congressman J. N. Williamson vacant public domain. They are
in this county, consisting of some the speaker emphatically denies the
was on the witness stand in the not land lawyers. A failure to velopments now that it is known
thing like 106,331 acres, together «tory that he was affronted by Mr«
I’nited States circuit court in his comply with the requirements, the Corvallis A Eastern is wanted
N. U. Carpenter,
.lohn I» Paly,
with the 14,000 acres owned by F. Goode and Theodore Hardee, secre
H M fiorino.
J. W. Geary,
own behalf last Monday, according not alone forfeits their claim, but by the Co-Operative Christian Fed
C. A. Haine».
C. Lusk, will be placed upon the tary to the president, during the
to a press dispatch of that date. under very harsh construction of erationists, nud the belief is general
market. In fact the whole ie now opening exercises of the Exposition
that the long taiked-of connection
The defense has contended that
the law, subjects the settler to the with Gould's western Pacific will
for sale and a number of big con He brands the story as “rot” and
Williamson was in Prineville only
cerns, as well as private individuals states that President and Mr«
indictment. Special agents of the certainly be brought about if A. B
for a short lime in July, 1902, and
r> <■»•«■>• ♦•OBO
who command large capital, are Goode and all others showed him
when the same thing was affirmed government are not satisfied to Hammond can be induced to part
M. A luandkr . I* bk » idiínt .
Ç- F- K ««vos, Cashier
now negotiating for the land, some all possible courtesy during his
\V m . J oxim , V ick -E hbsiiiïnt .
" • P'*TT, A»»t. ( «»hier
on the stand by Williamson he was kindly warn anti notify him of his with this strip of road extending
for the entire tract, others for only stay in Portland.
confronted by District Attorney
A few day« after the opening of Heney with the register of the Poin pounce upon him and insist on a in its possession, and the Oregon
General Manager Lusk of the the Exposition there appeared a dexter bote), in which, under date forfeiture, and then a punishment. Millitary Wagon Road grant of
French-Glenn Company, is at pres story in different Eastern papers to of June 15, 19V2, was found the The worst feature of the whole thousands of acres of choice laud
ent at the P-Ranch, having come up the effect that while the opening name of John N Williamson. The
business of a so called square deal deeded to it, the Requisition of the
from his home in California about exercise« were in progresi Speaker congressman said the signature was
Booth-Kellv Lumber Co.'s chain of
interest Paid on Time 1 h-poHitH.
is that when the poor fellows,
ten days ago. He and the assistant Cannon had taken a glass of water not his own, but he admitted that
mills would place the federation in
W« Solieit Your Banking Business.
superintendent, F. 11. Howell, were on the speakers stand and had cool the word “Prineville” following tht claim is canelled, the rich script- ownership of the strongest combi
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Win. Jones, E. II Test, d
visitors to this city a few hours last ed his forehead with a peice of ice signature, appeared to be in his 1 holder steps in and holds it with nation of industries and propery in
Kenyon. H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William a
Monday, and in conversation with in the glass and that Mr« Goode writing Moreover, he was not pre
the state. The immense belts of
Miller. Frank R. Coflin, Thos. Turnbull.
a representative of The Times-Her and Mr Hardee had informed the pared to swear that he was not in tries by the people diminished, timber growing on the inillitarv
and 20,400 less entries are made road grant, which is 12 miles wide, 'c> <ae*o <j«s> <>•*.- <*• v- ♦ o«o
ald stated that such was the present distinguished guest that he was Prineville at that time.
intention of his company.
committing a breach of etiquette;
This point fits in with the theory for same length of time this year a major part as yet untouched bv
The Times-Herald man stated I that thereupon Mr Cannon grew of the government that Williamson 1 compared with last. The country the woodman's ax. would be of in
that it was rumored that the com i angry and refused to deliver his was at Prineville two weeks before is set back.—Prineville Journal.
estimable value to the federation,
W. . R SE
BRE E , VlC
pany was disposing of all its live address until the matter w»s ar- the filings were made; that there
as it could cut all of the material to
R A. COWDEN, CASHIKR
stock in this county and asked Mr. ranged satisfactorily.
Corrected His Obituary
was a perfect understanding be
towns planned to be located on tin
Lusk ri garding it. He said:
Speaker Cannon first saw the tween the defendants, that he ar
“Such is the intention, sir, and item when in Seattle, after his re- ranged with his wife to file and that
Senator Dubois, of kltho, I tells strip and have millions of feet left
we have already disposed of about turn from Alaska, whither he went he then went back to The Dalles of the case of a miner in that for commercial purposes.
With railroad facilities the cor
one-half of the number.” When after leaving Portland, and be at and negotiated a loan to make pay
state who had been reported as
questioned further regarding the once denied the alleged incident.
ment on the claims and caused his dead by a number of the Idaho poration will be in position to bid
for a big share of the lumber bus.
disposition of the real estate, he
He said during his entire career wife to tile shortly after hie depart newspapers.
iness on tht Coast, especially in
continued: “We expect to sub-divide he had never denied a statement ap ure.
A General Banking Business Transacted
It would appear that the min those districts reached by rail A
the land and sell it. Of cuttrse, if' pearing about him in newspapers
Mr. Heney ottered in evidence a
people desire to purchase the whole even though they were false, hut letter from Congressman William er had a keen sense of humor, for right of way for the road into Port
bodj’ we will consider it.”
this was so great an affront to his son to Binder Hermann, then com-1
Ilis conversation led to the infer hosts when he was in Portland that missioner of the general land office, himself w hich appeared in a Boise vicinity of the present terminus al
ence that the company preferred to i he would deny it at once So he in which he sought to influence the J City paper the alleged dead man Detriot is already ns-ure.l. .Sev F
<lis[sise of the land in sub-divisions wrote a letter to President Goode, , commissioner to enlarge the Blue 1 addressed the editor with .1 view eral surveys have been mi le thro
than to sell the whole in one body, in which he branded the report as Mountain forest reserve, so as to to correcting certain mistatments the valley, other than those occupied
by the Southern Pacific, and all on
the reason, no doubt, being that false, and again thanked hiin furnish lands for further extension in the said obitury.
grades, so building north
more money could be realized in for the splendid treatment he had of their sheep range and to crowd
“My Dear Sir.” wrote he, “rel
TR1SC11 A DONEGAN, Proprietor«.
be easy. No thought is being
received at the Exposition.
out the cattlemen grazing in that ative to the obituary of myself ap-.
The Times-Herald has it from a
President and Mrs. Goode have ■ district.
pearing in your issue of the 12 ult. minal ground here, for it is as erteil
reliable source that Win. Hanley i ignored the article from the first,
The defense objected to the letter I beg leave to call your attention
Portland stands ready to provide
and those associated with him have but felt that they ought to remain ! and tlje court ruled against its ad
ZvCsilce Tlxls ZZeadqviarteis.
to several errors therein. In the that us soon ns it is assured connec
an option on this big tract of land, silent no longer, and let a misappre mission.
; first place. I was born in Massa- tion litis been made with « trans- Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
and that during Mr. Lusk’s visit hension of the facte become general
In testifying in his own behalf
here last Monday Mr. Hanley se so they have made public Mr. Can the congressman from the Second chusetts, not in Rhode Islanci; • continental line W ith such a road
Billiard and Pool Tables
entering Oregon from the East tin
cured an extension on the option, non’s letter of denial.
district merely entered a general [ secondly, my retirement from the
giving his people until the latter
; denial of the allegations of the gov
Club Rooms in Connection.
¡routed that wry over the Harriman
part of August to close the deal It
One day last week Aaron Hoff- ernment and on two occasions in I was not due to ill-health, but to | lines would be doubled f ir the inter
is further stated on strong authority man had ar> experience with a rat- I answer to questions by Judge Ben the fact that I was unable to se
that this option is held in the inter tier which he will not soon forget. nett declared that lie had no part in cure a renewel of my license, and loper, lie not only would the mills
est of the Co-Operaliye C'hristain While sprouting potatoes in the or knowledge of any conspiracy to thirdly, the cause of my death of the federation cut lor the Eastern i
Federationist«, of which Col C E. bin near the house, he was conscious I suborn perjury, and that he knew of | was not heart disease." Collier's markets, but many mills in the ter
ritory now forced to ship by the
S. Wood, of Portland, is a director. of something rubbing against hie no violation of the law. He denied Weekly.
Southern Pacific would quickly
Should the Federationists get con back, and glancing over his should- having seen two of the entrymen
IfNCORPORAl ll> 1*47«
trol of this land it would no doubt 1 er, found that an immense rattle who have appeared against him un
B. F. Johnson left for Portland I offered to ship through other chan
I hnumh all (urine of nound life insurance at the lowest ratrw < hn |><>I icivr
lie develcqied and made to produce snake had raised hi« head and was til just recently and at no time be ! iast week where be goes as a wit
guarantee after three payments are made
I. \utomatic extended inmirance for the face of the contract
and sustain thousands of people, for I in the act of crawling up on hie fore the filing The direct exami ness in the W illiatr.son-Geaner ease nels.
A paid up policy.
It is agreed in all localities that
it is understood the land will be back. The sight froze the blood in nation was short and it was with —Prineville Journal.
III. i. ian or cash surrender value.
Harriman will fight ll» < liange of
Unexcelled an a dividend payer.
cot tip into Bmall tracts. While J his veins and he was too paralized some surprise that the defense
ownership in the Corvallis A East
ISVESTIfiATE HEEORE I (HI /VHP«/
little ie known here concerning the with fear to move, and while he sat dropped the defendant within 3U
Monile It. Guinn, sheep king of
Kliertnan *V Harmon,
H. II Benedict,
Federationist«, it would appear from there the «nake crawled over his minutes after he took the stand. southeastern Idaho, was in Hunt ern. To have that line pass into
other hands means that tin- project
an article appearing elsewhere in -boulder and across hie knees and
The defense introduced the tes ing Tuesday making arrangmente
II. A. Oillard, Agent.
this issue that their plane are far- into its biding place. When young timony of a few witnesses to show 1 for the shipment of 10 car loads of ;
reaching and evidently have large Hoffman did recover hi« i«>wers of the good reputation of the defendant sheep from this place to eastern mar- | built to connect tlm Oregon Short ►z //>>///' Iffi
Line and Southern Pacific Though
capital hack of them.
locomotion he ran into the house, and had called another one, when kets in the near future.— Hunting a branch may traverse the military
E B Hill, superintendent and but the re-action from the terrible Judge De-Haven asked Mr. Heney ton Herald.
road, the main line will Strike
general manager of the American fright completely prostrated him if the government intended to offer
a* The Finest of All «.*
southward tn meet Gould, Form
Land A Live Stock Co , the Chicago and he was unable for some little any evidence counter to ihi . 1 he
The city of Prinville presents ing a shorter road to the East the
people who recently acquired the time to tell hie mother the cause of district attorney said not Judge De somewhat of alone some appearance
Sisson property, also met Mr. Lusk the fright It is a well known fact Haven then ruled that no m ire wit jnst now, thirty or forty of our cit Gould connection would secure »
here. Mr. Hiil's company would that the rattle snake unless dis nesses would be heard on the ques. izens being away in Portland, wit huge share of both lie fri-igl.t and
also like a big slice if not all of it turbed will not strike, but even tion of veracitv. The defen»« pro. nesses in ¡the Williamson-Gesner passenger business, and thus make
hr Sak Ugly al,
However, Mr. Hill expressed some this fact does not make him a tested, but the court would not yield Bigg“ trial. On Monday, there was inroads into the Hairin.an rrvenu
doubt as to his company getting an neighbor to let enjoyed.—Madras Judge De Haven said that inasmuch not a lawyer, notary public, sheriff* es which might nt last act ns the
opportunity to purchase.
as the government wa. letl going to deputy-sheriff,or county clerk in sort of lever for lower rates the
Oregonians have Im.g sought,
This large tract of land is most
try to prove 11 bad r> pu<ation he town. There will l>e no weddings
Harriman's contemplated exten
attractively situated, well watered
A Surprise Party
would instruct the jury that the in this county until the trinl is end
of the Columbia Southern will
fluents, Burns, Ore.
— at least the major portion of it—
good reputation of tne defendants ed, as the county clerk is held as a
and contains some of the finest
A pleaaent surprise party may be had leen established.
witness in Portland. —Prineville ing the C A E onward if once the
Rothci i Br< a , Pinlribulern, Portland, Oregon
natural meadows in the we»t, tie given to your stomach and liver by
The defen-e was not -atisfled and Review
ownership is veste«l in that unique
sides thousands of aerss of fertile taking a medacine which will re offered to sh * that they would call
sage brush land susceptible to irri lieve their pain and discomfort, viz: about 20 witne«»»
gation. It offer« the greatest oppor Dr King's New Life Pills They Senstor Fulton. <
A MATTER OF HEALTH
tunity for colonizing of any place are a most wonderful remedy, af and Bradshaw «nd » ntitril
in the West within our knowledge fording sure relief «nd cure, for minenl Portlsnd | pie to
While it ;« an ideal stock ranch. headache, dizziness anil constipa- their good reputst
1 nmniandii.g an almost unlimited lion 2'a-at City Drug Store
gave them leave t< mak
range, it is far more valuable
eord show «■ lh*v wi«he»i
agricultural parpoee«, anil The
Roy Shirk, «on of Mr atei Mrs
The government will hav** Out lit
Times-Herald hopes that it may t* W. H Shirk of Lakeview. ie here on tie leitinotiy to < tf-r in
BANK HOMT OKBLKS I
put to such use
a visit from San Franci» >• Lake-
Issued < hi
For the sake of th« development view Examiner
I sad I Hine
of thia magnificent «e»’tion that ha»
so long been retarded through the
A. W. Gowan, of the !'. S I SIR*
A statement <d the b i
him L 0#. •KW«.
interests of big «lock concerns, it is office, and his family and Mr Par the (icorr3 L >nd < Itlii e
SALT LA«. LIAI.
earnestly to be hoped that thi« big risk and bi« family, started lest first nine montt.s <>( ft«
:: CIIUW. ILL, CALÍ» ILL. II k NO
tract of practically idle land that is Sunday for Portland tn vielt the
shows a decrease «4 ^<>.3
Payable at Par.
capable of producing alinoet any I>ewis and Clark fair, They went
tries anti of $2,221.3 ; t mush, as
h‘<»f l.—w than (• <». rai»-«.
thing. I* «old out in small parcel* to Ashland bv private conveyance
at any h«*ar ©* srnt by mail
and made to support thou •ami» of — Lakeview Examiner
year, the entries numbering III,-
1 Kill»'» A MINS.
I»-..p|e. instead of that many live
6;8 and thr receipt’ j mounting
Alfalfa at Geer A Cumuiinx
■lock There i« no question of the
: : in un:: ::u :: u unra
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