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The Official Paper ol Harrier County,
ha the largvet circulation and it one of
the beat adrertiaing medium in Kaatern
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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OKI HON, MAY iq, 190ft
I iBUS ARt IN A TANGLE '"Burn Young People"
STOCKMEN ARE PROTESTING
new irrigation leqisla-
I HON IS UrfOED
aty hf vetoeai l.tstet Starli
bat te Prsesrt Law (lltlsr.
lata Ballet beatral.
from Pendleton to the
says a routing, meeting
latilla County Ptvelop-
lue was hair) in Pendleton
inoou ana tonisnt. ai-
rernot Chamberlain was
present, as he had in-
il Home other prominent
absent, yet there was
kn-iHHiii at the meeting.
agineer John II l.owi
from Salem and spoke
question. He ahow-
lle of the Oregon irriga-
md how the irrigation
the state were hamper
h pointed out the Rood
rrigation laws in other
Ibly Utah and Colorado,
ted that a state law
drafted whioh would
out ot ohaue. He rec
as one of the strong
It'll a Ih l tint wnen llie
certain stream for ir-
iri been reached, the
refuse to grant permits
teuent applicant Tor
iphen A. Lowell intro-
Ht uf resolutious which
laimisly ndopled. pro-
cu-iiHration of the
the Portland Board of Kverolt
tiling a comprehensive l.oggan
"Ma Sweet" entertain
ment Mrs R Irving
Fourth of July Com. . .
Seth Bower oV Co. sub
scription R M Everett
W. L. Nail A Son
J. W. Buchanan
Mrs Samuel Mickel . . .
A. J. Irwin ... .
Dorothy Irwin ....
J. H. l.oggan
Mr. and Mrs. Jamea
Mr and Mrs. I. L Pou
Mrs Thomas Vickars. .
.1 V Shown
I) W McKwen
J. I.. Lowe
A. K. Richardson
I.. M. Hamilton
Mary E. Mower
"Diamonds and Hearts"
12 20 OPPRESSION OF COMMISSION COM
1 80, PANIES RESENTED.
1 88 1
in IV Ca-Oatrailaa (.Ifntoa Asset lathe May
5 00 Ortaatsaa I HaasSs Pi 1 tail
. -.,, "i 1 at iraa is. rara
Stockmen of the United States
j are protesting bitterly against the
2 50 ' oppression of the oommiasion cotn-
2 00 Pn'M the market centers and
55 in order to avoid the exactions and
5 00 unJa"t demands of the oommiasion
I house irnst, tbe Amenoan National
5 00 1 Livestock association has reoom-
I mended tbe formation of a co-oper-
5 00ll've commission association, for
1 00 '" puroose of handling tbe stock
1 00, from lne r"nR". thus relieving tbe
50 ; growers 01 me oppression 01 the
4 mi 'ruse, says tbe Eaat Oregonian
proceed promptly to an investiga
tion of all the facts neceaear? in
order to enable them to perfect tbe
details of the foregoing plan, and
make such preliminary arrange
ments as may be necessary; and
that said committee prepare the
charter, by-laws and all papers snd
documents, and make a report of
their investigation to a meeting of
the livestock associations here re
presented to be held at IVnver.
Col., May SO, 1906.
NO PttMITS TO BE ORANTEO NOW.
Slack Will Oraic la tar Mae Maaatsia
Bid HORSE DRIVE IS DONE
OVER .VSM OF WHO ANIMALS
iiUHl Kl II IN.
Twa rlss4rf fi Brlaf tkc Ureal rtN 0
Camel wiwrt It will at Cal Oal.
SoM is. Ststttres.
Total cost of bell
At a meeting of tbe executive
committees of the American Na
tional Livestock association, the
1 00, encan w oolgrowers association
, ,, am I other kindred organisations
oo "''I in Denver last waek, a com
1 00 mitle o( three was appointed to
1 00 Simulate plans for this oo-opera-H
,x tiye commission oomnany, with
power to appoint committees, call
18 18 m,"t'n"" tid have general super
vision of the formation of tbe stock
Another meeting of the eiecu
tive committees will be held in
22 14 Denver on May 2, for the purpose
H 21 of finally deciding on plans of or-
uu stockmen s co-operative commis-
1 80 einn company may be able to han-
42 50 die a portion of this season's ship-
44 .'IN oietits
A Special from Kphratn. tab
to the Oregon Sunday Journal gtVM
the full, i ning account of III.
S I.I li,.re round np which
ha been In progress in DgsjfjM
oouut. Washington gff the past
The nundup left Middle Water
A Baker City press dispatch yeaterdax morning and
says It was decided today by through the sand hill and tierce
Forest Superintendent Sheller, in SSStStSrSM for the lat several
charge of tbe eastern division of hours with a compact !.! of
tbe Blue Mountains forest reserve, bars mi half h mile wide mid a
that no allotments will be made in I'l" of miles lung, says the special
cattle and sheepmen this yet,r. They are camped tonight at Went
Applications are filed and allowed Lake corral-, the goal of t luir
as satisfactory conditions have pre- hoiee.
vailed here and the iieople will I Now the mi. idle hnri will Kit
allowed to grate their livestock in
tbe same places as heretofore This
I orient Main d the mora p
nlitr ih h -' deeijnsH to
ccntlnioii i ' m ost in
teresting uf tl c-e tlmtii i-. . ver been
lint Dr White Klcctric
Comb, pM i I, HO These
fill Combs p.-ilivelv cure
dandruff, lr.tr rolling out, sick and
nervou h -, ajnl when used
will, lr Wlii' - Kle trie Hair
RrOh .(re pot II uiteeil
to ni ik . n- u in H
day lime. I ti mikiiiI id these
le. In have leen sold in
the vuri-iiK , i';r ,,f the Union, and
Band i c'iitantl.v increas
ing. Our iLenis are rapidly be
cuminif rich -.'lling these comb
United j Th' I "II on sight Send
for sample Men's ie .'l.rn't ladies'
MV (liali prtaa white we are in-
triH'u.H k- lb. in i I'be Dr While
I l Dl W lot. Klectric Comb Co.,
""MMMaWMMMB"" "t. '."
"rHMH rv-caaarvxTna-ine-m ?.
M Ataxtaaaa, Passman t
v n Jombs, '. it rassiitsaT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
I nton-i I 'rii I i mi
, 1 1. .j .j, i-
W Solicit Your Banking Business.
T00KHOI DIM M iex.i..,ler v, i u Teat,
t' E Kenvon, H tlaxandai Eatate of Abner It, William J
Miller. Frank R t'ofiln, Tito. TSrsSslI
''' ilr i9 - miftM,r(
n a cowotsi,
'. si aensttt ibcmt
first national Bank
kfler a i-ureftil study of
h from other states.
lutioiiH aekeil that the
hiiihh a law giving the
tire control of all water
revoke nil franchises
kxpliiilain hi, mill further
llmt the water of all
reams be equitable dis
lln beneficial use of
kf the state. It was fur
kd thut u committee uf
Six joints stove pipe
Seth Bower oV Co. bill
for nails etc . . .
Coal Oil for entertain
ment Bills for entertainment
more reel, whn-b they n.-.l badlv.
Most of them are in a bad cn.li
summer Mr Sheller will personally tion. The la-l two da - were the
make an inspection of the country, hardel of all No feed in the aml-
and next fall will call a general hills and no rest at nit(ht hi.ve
meeting of the stock and sheepmen played the brute to th. hmit of
'for tbe purpose of making allot- enduranct
mania. ' '' esiimate, of SSMM at the
This meeting includes delegate West Lake corral i. might i '.Mm
from all part of the territory af- I'art of these will have to :. nlgsl
fected by the reserve. At today' herded, a tint, k) m,t rtSSl in the
meeting Mr Sheller received and corrals for i he sssB hunch. II,.
Mead unon more than 30 amiliot- I'unch of rider al the wet Lake
ganitation and it thought that the itjon, and hj, aoUon lh mUng corral number nearly 100, ami
was in hearty accord with tin
wishes of the livestock men who
wish tbe bill to be thoroughly c-
oliAintml with .-,,i,ililioo here be-
On the first day of tbe praaent,for, ro.king ihft .olnj,nl.
year all the commission companies
-1 10 in the large cities advanced the
commission chargea 92 per oar on
" hogs and sheep, making the preaent
1 80 prices $H for single-deck and 912
for double deck cars Tbe stock
men fix the prices to lie charged by
the new i-o operative company as
LAKECOUrtTV STOCKMEN TO OR0ANIZE. follows: Sheep and hogs, single-,
deck oar, 90; double-deck car, 910. !
Cattle, Q cents per bead with
Geo. W. Hayes received a letter
Tueaday from a Mt Ma.m in
Portland which is considering the
proposition of establishing an au
tombile stage line between Vale and
Burna. Iet the good work go on,
aays the Vale (iaette
A movement is on foot now in
int.-il to work in bar- Lakeview to call toeether all the iniiiim i,.r,-.i iui......
-- - .. . ,. - -r . . - ywt VSM .
i L- i i tin m I t Mai I r. itt i . ...L ... . .f si... ........s.. !..- a 1. .. ... fi li a .
.. w.u.u... .- HiuiDii iii um i:uuno on me pur- i ne loiiowing resolutions were
pose of organizing a stockmen's as unanimously adopted by tbe joint
souiatiou, for the protection of each meeting tf tbe executive commit,
member's interests A similar or- tees in Denver:
gamzatinn existed in Lake county Resolved, That a commission
for several year and only died out company be organized oo co-opera-last
year, after a long spell of im- tive principles, viz , that after pay
munity from "stock rustling." It ment of a reasonable dividend on
ems that as soon as tbe old organ- the stock, the baUooa of tbe profit
izatiou iheil out, wanton stock rue- Ih divided among tbe petrous of
tiers took it for granted that they said company, that it have a capi-
were at liberty to rustle the range lal stock of 9100,000 m bares of a
at tlteir will. par value of 910 each that said
An effort will be made to get the slock be subscribed for snd owned
stockmen together at a most con- by actual livestock producers and
veuienl season, and court week baa feeders, and that no stockholder be
Iweii decided upon as a dale. permitted to subscribe for or own
rllaad Bimnl of Trade, and
contSiaruial, industrial and
.ion bodies throughout tbe
in preparing n draft of a law
on In the next sesi-ion
ulo tsued for a pro
gress, and a com mi t-
inted in name the time
holding lite convention.
I Llli., Dr. W i.
II Lewis, uf Salem;
Murray, of Portland ,
, I. i:iil adviser for the
Service from Wash-
utiil several other
Thr great productiveness of
tin-turns of liabylon in the way
of ancient coins has aroused the
suspicions of visitors. An Ameri-
four cook wngnn with ii!ut"
I'hey are Tom IturginV l npsra
Bin Hut -Inn. ,,n' and llarv,
A mat, joineil the ,,ultil at the
mouth of t'rsl . r.-. k Sutnlny alio
had Hot ii bore and otilfit at
Kllenl.tirg, and the herill iiml
deputy .might up with nun M lav
and n.'il.l.i-il him mth the BMSf
He wa taken hack In th. in am I
now in jail at Kllenaburg.
tin Mnnilnv McCurly iiml I'ohii
seed will bring In a tisin load of
tioree lath They have I
bouuhl from 4 BafaY, Hen li n t li
iusi'ii ami I', ni, i A 1'ierce, and will
aggri-Ksle about Jft These I.
.Il printing The Times-Herald
A Mnuataln al (lold
coil, I not bring a much happiness
In Mr- l,i,i. n like, ol I'sroline,
91 ,li'l on.- Mt Imix of Hnck-
len' Arnn w Salve, when it com
plrt.lv mired a running sore on her
Nag, Which Iiml tortured her '.','1 long
year it.Mtei antiseptic healer
of I'll.-. Wound, snd Sores 75o
i,t tin- iiiv I'rng Store.
A (Icneral Bankinp; Bunine Trnnasctetl
OOSRRSPONDRNCR INVITED A
Tk l.ase Mar
t "lot , I ,. . ti, -lor,
Ms ,, .,, I H Mreels.
MBALS AT AUU HOURS
Bakery in sonnsotion.
A Specially of Short OrsNt.
Tahl.' fnrniahjad wilb everything
the inatk, t .llord Vour patron
age eolloiu .1
ten made aUdreaaes, It is urged that every stockman more thsu 50 sbarea; that aaid oom
d itction throughout in the countv attend tbe meelinir iianv. when orvanixed akall ,),.r..
v m m , -' - , -.HVSKW
aud voioe his sei.timents in the the following commissions fur tbe
movement uml join the organization eixle of livestock :
It is tbe munition to organise oo a Sheep and hogs, single-deck oars,
firm basis, and a large standing re- 90.
framing uniform irri
Judge Kill pleaded
it) of action on tbe
l.'M-lopment organ ua-
BMsttSN iierlainiug to ward will be offered for tbe appre- Sheep aud hogs, double-deck
nut or udvMuceiueut hetiioii of "stock rustlers." cars. 910.
He urged thut pettv
torgoUiu uud that
tales be indirectly
u.l. .uuon would help
ilat.-'l the experience
ligation legislation and
While such an organisation was Cattle, f cauls per head, with a
maintained here stockmen were maximum uf 910 per oar.
practically secure from (be depre- The rales fur tbe sale of calves
datious of lawless men who seek to and mixed carloads, and for pur
prey upon the results of other meu's cbaee of feeders to be eubeequeut
It is necessary that as many of Resolved, That in order lo car
ea will be fell in. .1 I- .. I, .,.!., i...
can who was Lfoini' uround with a , , , , in
" about I and will then hi
guide became distrustful of the (l1 ,i
eaae with which these rel.es lould , ., !k,. ,,,, ggjajj,, ,,.
be disinterred. Accordingly he j big drive I he ssffksVssi ISO
remarked to his guide, while they will lie the rutting out ami throw
were searching about the Tower ing in of small herds near the i
of Nimrod, that be particularly , ral AsWMssisj ih" sill h
one coin with u
Un the one side
wished to find
was a horse's head, with eome
sticks placed roughly bstSJSSB
(he eara, and on the otlu-i hull
and a fowl in the act of crowing.
The guide requested linn to draw
oo paper a picture of the two
ides of the coin winch the trav
eler did. About a week after
ward the very coin cuinc to light
There was no doubt of its BSSaV
mew, for on the obverse was a
mare's nest and on the reverse a
rooster and a Sull. Toronto Mail
roots ,i, ti,' , ',rrl- lor tbe home
(hen-, and tin will do away with
night herding It has been a but.)
two week on men aud horees, and
all are glad lo lie aide to w. the
l-egmuing of the end.
A WONDKHrlJL IN V KM ION
It m inlereliiig to note that for
turn are frequently made bj
invention uf articles of minor in.
THE CARTER HOUSE.
AH MIC AN PLAN
ONTARIO, O.M (K)N.
Fire-Proof, Modern, filvnnt.
Rate $a.oo and 5j 5.1 per day.
All Outside Rooms Near Depot
This modern new Inlel was onl rt ,1 t,, the
publn Harney Counts peop
and courteously i.neil f.n A in. ,, g coSSSCti
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
iPafSSSk 9JMS1 'isi.ai.i. OSBWMi O
Ontario ..1ft. Ne W,
JWt0S:t.-e::r I K
IMapton &, Boyd
Real Estate. Mines and Mining.
'-.. II. lV.
- , ,.
i aTSVIMS ASUS AID TOOL 00.
ckuwpw rit. ii.m ,oti
Kive Mamoulh Clack Sampson
Kentucky Jacks, from 14 to Itt
bauds high, weighing from li" lo
o irrigation bill tie tbe stockmen gel together for ibis rv out lbs purposes of the forego- iijo each, raised in Mart
iiiestuitoti to the Lugis- purpose a posmble, so that the lug resolution and to uerfect the
t.y th.- united iutlii- ( membership fee oau be made as ueooesary details, a committee, oou-
urested neople. This, light on eaob one as eipenaaa will sistiug of Murdo Mackenzie, ureai-
woultl lie the only (M,rujit. And also the views of var dent American National Livestock
a comprelieneive law , ,0us stuck men are sought on tbe association, Dr. J. M. Williamson.
Ileynln.i.,. subject of couduclins the oraauiza- vice presideul National Wooleroai.
lie ii.ir ver hurmon- tnni ti. the beet advautaae of iU ers' aaaociatiou. and A. I. liim
league will lend it memliers Lakeview Kiamu.er. president Corn Belt Malt uroduc-
l active und eO'eulive
of the cause of irriga-
tcipls aad OinburseSMSta
- ere' aasuciation, be hereby appoint
Look Out del tbe safely Incu- ed, ailb full power to name sub-
bator, now it runs without a lamp, committee lu aaeist theiu in tbeir
Sue W T Smith ubmt it, 1 urn duties.
Oregon Resolved, That said commitUe
iing statement givea
of the Presbyterian
riiey. The vaiiour
a ere made from May
ll 20, liMJO.
I Msial at
al for June
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls and muffins.
Aa sbsolartcly pais, cem ol tartar jajajsjaja.
oval aaaiaa euwoaa oo naw voaa.
ty Al! guaranteed good covers
aud safe. Also a slaudard-breo
talliuu with a reooni of A Theee
animals are at the White Front
barn iu this city aud burseuieu are
invited to call and see them
Deads froas Aeci4kUi.
decrease iu the same ratio ihil ' lie
use of Dr King's New lift- Pills In
cresae i'bey save agej from dan
ger and tiring SSlgS and paisksW
release Iruai constipaliuu ami the
ills growing out of il. Strength and
vigur always follow their use.
Guaranteed at tbe t'itv Urug Store
26c Try them
WANTK.')- Agents. Hustler.
Salesmen, Cleik and everyllv
bo waul to enjuy a good hearty
Uugb to send M for "Tips to
Agents '' Worth 9'jtJ to any per
son wbu sells good, for a liviiix
If not sativfeclory your money
liuek- r'ir..,,la t'om u. TI... .
-v. . ,,ii ,,.,, ..auii. l lie
Dl. While electric Comb Co Uena- i
Wool growers are iuviled to call I
on or write W A Ooodmau. Rums
and gat terms fur sbeariug with tbe
uew plaut be baa ordered
E. N. NELSON
Watchmaker and Optician.
Second door north of post office.
j The Finest of All
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
ler Sak lialv al
Hotel Burns Bar
fl Tents, Burns, Ore.
Kothcl J llr, s , Distributers I rll ,i i.goii
I. t. ItWIS
will he tlii l fsrsias
lu aajMc dolriag
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TRISCII A UONKOAN, I'roprLtor.
2v9jjc9 X3a.ias Hoad.ca.-u.axtero.
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection.
uccitaoa lo.wn so aathiu
ALL WORK GUAR
ANTEED. Burns, Oregon
r i s
L.uUJtO BT W BITTtlt AND
EUEMTISTia fc CHiiPyf IflAM
f&icTiciLLffli m 1X1
JOHN DEERE 8ULKY PLOW
Benicia Hancock Disc Plows.
Price Llel A
M '. iS
.MH a Vv-k. n
--'SeH IL, mi
. See . SW
MAMi'fAiTi mmv av
MONUMENTAL BH0NZE COMPANY.
U1AUH1NQ PliOUift OP ASOVa OlAISB
Tooth and Disc Harrows
Thomas Disc Drills.
Oall and get oricea before purchasing.
C. H. VOEGTLY, Burns, Ore.