Vl rtnict Wfinlft ! , - . i lottntjr It Did I.ti"'"1 i i i nfntioii Mid in MM I itMng in.'.lliimn in I me rif- gtttt e& flefala fl 'rent ?tnrny goutifrg .'i mi nrcii ..I v., i vR'-nnt on tij l IMMI thfl pil.li. Inn, I law! of BURNS. HARNKY COUN V. OKFCON, JULY i 11 : U If LAW PASSED TWf row 1 1 ah ITTOHNEY. in nr iat tii nittlMe Ihc clOPhu ol Irnm Mllnlhl ik In Mornlnj. )i:ul a an rday awning nt Sun- ht closing s WON passed. BOON with the m Hist. A it v. rdinan uli'ill I te limits of tin ny Store, slliiji. bowling alley. plnig linu . for the r traffic, or an) nl. I common i. h persona upon f. shall be pun- f not l"s.-. than n $50, or bj the city jail for ami not ;. Or hot h line provided, i iply to i ras, bo long as cmschi.' igs or iiH'duin- ly situated, with the sweet privi- NEW LAWS NOW IN EFFECT The proportion repr of lookingnnlnre in the fnce. ton amendment is t 'hing unpolluted air. drink- and yot is not oil tag pore water, and rating: pure TWELVE OF THOSF VOTFD on JiiNF amendment provide? r the grime MUST BE OBEYED. and tilth, the smoke and stench, I the close ounrters and adulterat ed food, the starvation wages ! Ocvtnwc1 ShiiT Hxr4 to ttw Hmrc and .'ikes, lockouts Pawed uw by the Prop Finii and. v,ll always Bin, l.lk.iy .. Cm H,M. he regarded as an insoluhle pro- Port,and j , blem. Not only do tho farmers wrong Poo,p of tno may then- when they flock to i?:r ' l,,it 12 nf'w '"W" thi I i hey intlert I Jerri- '" "l"v sin''' - w"en the njury on society. Atrricul- governor's proclamation put into MM.ORES INTERIOR ORI.UO tureis paralysed and the cities l"n'" ,l"' constitutional amend are glutted, impoverished and ments and initiative and rel'eren corrupted. When they havej(lum tawi considered favorably i.i ,'m-etiv imii mnkp thpm. ! by the people ft! Pit eU- bod; else miser- tionofJunel. they then propose as a rem- Taking them in the order that edy not a return to the farm, hut WW promulgated by the octal hwn secretary of state, it will be "Hack t(."tM- farm" should be 'I'"' b time forholding the gen- thfl watehward of Americans. It '"rRl elections will now be the b feared that Secretary lirst Tuesday after the first Mon- q tin poopla of the Otati m is far too .sanguine, but ,,a.v m '""'' Consequently the if his pi 1 is correct, it is nexl funeral election nfll be held own try has '" November of 1!)10. beard since the surrender of Under the provisions of the Appomattox, Chicago Tribune, prisoners' fading bill drafted p tional representation, but leav. the legislature to wrestle Wit the manner of securing such h preaentat It is contemplated b) amendment that the legislatu i.. Bald provide a wi uring such represent It HM be up to the next legisl rare then met a law pu ting Into effect the conetita amendment. The corrupt practice act is no a law and from this time on it iiirgal to offer cigers to proepi ttve titer and political supper -or In fact, under the illegal to do anything ex. il- ently oaal the ballot in thi or at least nearly as ckiee drawn ndJtkffl as that. (Jrand juries have coiii ' d the NO 1 1 pi V HlMlt: ND PARTY MM V will TRIP ltH QH slUF. i RKKpAi in . c It VOKO l l OMMM Ol IN', Kit district attorney of any i is not empowered to ait as a grand jury from this tin n. All indictment! are no returned by juries and and enacted by the legislature of in fori on the c primarily for the ben, tit of Sheriff f the district attorney l- Stevens of Multnomah county. ,,r the n-ist betel Military I ml (IrMt Road voter More Thmi M Hk k) Wimi mil a Nrtkik. H. Ibinter. of bflnncapol . and a party were h . mo lo'ikitiR oi r tl ti'ii. It was intmmted that there deal on to purchase the I C M. Wagon Read "Ut nothing was given OOi i i publication. Very few knew .r. hMro nnd IHtle was nncemlnej their busi The following from a rcent is- the Orgonian will throw some lu lit Opoa the matter Completing perhapa the bjne (toUev I ii- r t . iiimt- iliK ri ) -I, .v,, in. n jpon tin' iiicl'"i',l Imid" nl the ,, . ,. ,i l.ivi ntd lie l - I I lnnit- iitlt in ' ,Mi, il to tin t i , v. nl "i 'i, R llin. Rsnoh M innri SOI I ' I I. Il t" ill, i ih- r Ml R ,ln, ii . i In i i M i ii i 1 1 ,ii-. est and rooai thorough tour of all sheriffs in Oregon are now the Hixvl River couni is now M v. I n i m r hua t ce ih, ott n jai ilati uch as lawyer . nor it all circum- . ot llunih leaa pur- eelve -. uid ( ery per- in chart the . ii.n- to urn. r both 111 mill , lOli'litil HilM, niwl niiriH.ltoHiij.f 1 1 1 1 -.,. wiwwm ww iwnwwii gooa woraing onier and the prisoners in their jails. Ill nintr unrlar th ulminlari' ..r Multnomah county also the she, , ,,f rJUdl appoint. lowed ii- oonti J far governor not long agi Alto- the fooi furnisheil to the prison- pstlMr the t ph) ! ,T ha .i batch of i. a iaws By virtue of the same vote of (,, , the people tl safe in it :;ppr..pnation of wool lAUB AT CWT AIM for 1907 and of the same iMuiiiril f(ii nli -ii ihirmii'l. flu- most i .tuation in . tin lit has bei ii cauiied, bvthe ', w bhiisiucioi I ger K. A l'ra-er, of tfcv M Co., wh d the sale. tn i pie Un mini formation that the lain. US IR'CII gOIIIU Ear the I to liav. come iial .Milueliillig set ui. M, aid til sign for the Until lean cities prid eatl on their population and feaanting iboe i CUt. Ill, INDUSTRIAL. NOTI S. spondent) an intense competi tion between the differem oao munities of Oregon in issuing at- "ivincing literature. Many of the publications cir- I to draw attention to tin ay are superior to the . itious product of the ten yean Want time the the Blate is one just gotten out imhill Counts De ... ,,.iUU.i.r, f . iu, v.;ik. -... ""' "'' . .. .:. productions rr " ' " '" buyers and , ... rnes, cherries, prunes, '";,ll" wwwnyw raw ta utn ' I net . . . foli! ,' Inwr llin 111.1...1' i .uiui;.. ami iim uic picture in i in ' - ...rlw.wi ni.,rL,.i wiiuld nlmoKl fleiv. "shei ni.-n out of bueinCU BS n uouui almost tkecs. .,. . ,, ale ... Eastern 0 nr:i lli'ii lie lhi inn.. , i,,.. i. Cri se ..f the ,tU ik- -BW1. .,.,,,. v en the clip lr.... , u a :: :","""""'"KiHwiiiiiui,ii., ,in .ii.ui i'.iii nirautiuiHin nu,n. .;,,. ,, onjn, nas re;.,.. iur eucuiatioii mere ft that ImkI.v lor the jmst year, n hi rary much the most compn ri'pori which bus red concerning any duiry tig on the I 'a title (.'oast, and Mr. Oriaaa will furnish aopy to any one interested, upon .on m grown wonderfully in fruit, agriculture aoeral industries, but dairy ing holds the record for greatest e, dairying products hav ing risen from a vulue ol $o.inni. ooo annually live years ago to $17,000,000 in 1907. n that has been made since the old pioneer days, H. A. Him f bUnnco polio, and a party of associates returned to Portland The t m versed mon than X00 miles in Southern Ore gon by wagon and on horseback. The iarty made a thorough .,,,. I. ..r . i -i; i ,"1".1 '" n'Krnpiiiciii. cumiiwc sli,utli -, li and other conditions of .the vast m, m unknown area comprising the southern portkM of the state. were II d to t, -, I only the soil, but climatic and atmospheric conditions at : aim i,, ies and places. Ac cording to Mr. Hunt.r. the un- OWn, un. iillivated . mpire .if "l iih.rn portion of this state oilers greater opportaartiai i) other pari ol Km M ltd t.rant iid from Ike Lone Slar 1 ' ' i ler tiarnei OUntJ to the City ol Ki, Net i perhap mce the hen the oxteam ai at their uray Into the wild.i In- lam. ui .,.,1 ie bean I llowed more closely. 11 " For yean Mr. Hunter was , L Orcutl ncct.d with the Northern Pacific M Krllf Inn. s, , . . K.'V A .1 Im f mil pfeeeh nl II .inn Ih- lad Stniiliiv i ii tli Nt tin. in. iiml . Ill ii in il rry naaatli m I I'lw II, .ii,' i HuihIm "ohool iiM'i'in nt 2 iielook ii I, ""iiniPiv mi. I n cokIihI inviiNt - i I to nil be .un Ntoiii' i 1 1 1 1 ii n At th. I'ii -i, i. riHi, .linn h l, inn. l;n. i .1 I r win psetei let - las 'hu.i .I,, 1 1. until mi,i.i ,.i i . i. ,i, ,1,11,1,1 ii n, un. I 7tK) p '., ,1 il 10 in nm -' : . : NEW SPRING WAISTS Jusl i , K '! benulirnl line of ItwtW waiN in linbroideried. Ijht and nel waists for Spring. Something Very Stylish in lawn and Silk Our (IrrsM ginnls deparlment will show a VH) atlnutive display of jns, Silk Mulh. Meneiiod ( hamlirays. Corrino Soilings nnd Ingomars Thcso goods are Iho Infest prodmlion for thin season. New mbroideries and Lace and a beautiful hue of India Linens ( )ur Shoe l irtmenl is compl r iim'v ery way and we can satisfy the most fasti dn his in loot w i ai . Ui'inomlHT ve i .irr thr ROYAL WORCESTER CORSET Brown's Satisfactory Store. :. num. urn. . iiiatiuiititiiniiiin avnaai RE8TAURANT i AT ALU HOUR I y i, o .nneation The Hartley Valley Brewing' Co. and. tiro JtTlocict "sATzxtox" I nmlK ' T. E. JPNKINS, Munager .0 years the war ' Itailrowd Cotniiany in iU land .!.- i im io iui wnu. irniv iMnenl. It is said t hut he hns ring salmun inU'rebt.-. of thai umbia river have been tn'inir to .....:.. i i.i . II Kei nuri.'.'.Mii' ii'KiM.mirt'H io re- i ' - " - ii. l: ,i Kuiun' iiic B.IIIHOII iimiiiiv in mi each Heetion striving to put the other out ot luisiness. Tii, legislatures have been held in check on such legislation, and for the most part have taken no action. This year, however, the two initiative laws have been paaeed l the people, thus effect ually regulating the salmon lish- bidi i-ctcil. The follow ill Halheur 1. . iv Land ! ixiunds V A!. Livingston, LSI cent; l idwni. 186 bags. 4 jxiunds. to F. L Orcutl. Il cents; Hili. Harrison. 11 bags, .'H,i.. da, to F. 1 m rcutt. 11 cents; .J. II. Seaward poanda, l. Oram. I6i oente; Hub. J Ward. '.'.) saak un.l inir on the entire river between mouth and Tin Dalian, f to F. L. Orcutt. 144 cento; J. i The lal Ies bnateajl nien have : the laws an ant tho sal Jenkins. Iui bags, 83,800 ou mi invited the business men of Port-1 mon will have aasJMO tune in to l.udv nian, 14a c land i" attend their "Cherry which to take a new lease on Sam Jones, .six bags, 1,, I ar'iival" Ue.lii. sday, July 1st, I pounds, to CJiff Dowd, 18 01 aoplo will make the A big tight is promised as a li. L Moler. seven bags, I trip from this city either b) Ih.ii result of the passage of the two KJUtids. to Morris Cummins, 1 or rail. An intensely interesting meet ;d I., the future of Port old mare land than Hny man of wars in this o.untn. He ind his associates are now ar- rsngtag a huge coloiiizatrm ie fog Southern Oregon. ,,'mp.iny lie repr.--. -n' has I'd ,, . .i.m .if ,. land known as the old Military Iind Oran' i.., t 'unprises an area af ' d. talil. more than 100,000 . and il was for the pur plant lor the cu!o und . Ml. im lit of this rBMNM dislricl that Mr. Hun arty made the tedi np. In connection with the : colonization the eomimny iied head iuarlers in this .ml ajiasj in various large i cities. ,, it ih.- train at Austin, eMreme eastern part ai ie " Huid Mr. Hunter la i "We then traveled for 4 Specialty ut .snort Drier. , oh . mi v iiiiun ilia Market si nds Yeei imimn HU wjiiolii M Cnu Yom Must Sieep! j n i. i , - ''.-rl j ' r- m m n l-ieMV 3A' Ni)rwt tircp tion quel momeni to this section will be discuss, liuli of tana A Grocers of the Knot only of tin: all com the tame way. air under were ttel) H on owi li,:.'' .,al muscle H to be droj . D of I iild d J uul ilvWU.s I. I II h bills. It is expected that the cuts, Thos. Turnball, 173 bag upper river lisherswill ki-ep their ,,-'..'8y pounds, to J. M. Johnson eyes open for violations of their 15S cent.. Hoffman & Allei 1 I.' .1 a' .1 1 . i. i . . i - I M mm laud, (Heron and the Northwest, law reguiuung me nsiune on in.- uagH, .j.,,.1. pounas, to j. ai .. , i f.'.r i, ,..-.uu :,i ,.. ,.,.., '. lower river. The lower river Johnaon, Uf aanta; E. A. ti Hall of the Portland "'i'1' will return the conii!im. n' win. M t "Uiids, h an MOO miles along the old Commercial Club. Transport- Keeping clow-tab on the upper J. m. jonnson. u cent; j.i river men ami win prosecute an n. uru. io nags, on.nii pounn violalioiiri of their las framed to to Ludw .'S eent.- regulat' ,li. upper river lisherie., .I..mes Paul, 101 bags, 8W.1" l: tween the two it d, 13 cent. tbaL violations of the salmon '1 n niii): on Pros. . 120 baus. 4L. 1 ,ul 's '" 1'"rt- Ian will take luominen; to J. M. Johnsoi "1S places on tl,. of the 1 ii cent; V d Favi, . I th. cuntry ooorta along the Columb to Lud will be a I'eatur, ady ft ie for all pub- ts; John ,cd by the merchants of hc. trl-ih u(lu alv nul dotaf tLui mother ... theurdu nndar Aelawandcus- wia Eiatman, Tuj -ton has organ ljaK8i gk i '.inland Club" and the. will wi, .sgruntled over then i to .). M. Joiinso:..H failure bo fulfill the oaths taken, cents; T. L Woodward interest is on edge waiting dip v. inch is not all in , to see iart of the .state Lud , F!iaemen for 10 i tli. N anltl slrike first. Attorn i . of Vale Tin .sutute in ti in the i , erday, re- members of tl. to i vote for tl.. i. red before J lid).., Davil atonal can,. prohibition issue the higheet number of vou Da is granted the ,,, ral election is aLsoa law. , . for an alternative writ it wdi not be binding upon the oentlj of mandamus on I the legislature elect- to a lalheur OOUntJ .1 in June last, thuuh it taper atanl " aled vm, af prohibition i (,i i;u stat. s a whole, i Cted frOB Wl- the ( 'olumb . rn ' iii the full ai eounty are now in effect doub- I rdei all i b Kind. time territory embraced in the Earlv ta the last camoaivn the t..,-neeix for ihe i ,, l.uuiu- oorporate limits of Vale, known practically all of h. ,w i... t the City of Vale. Ontario county cand . gj lature. he replied t, itleat the near- Argus. lature uledued themsi'lvea to tions seemed to ha tnori .,! abide by the provisions of the bl nowlps the paMag ative Cough Syrup for law should il be passed. Utter a law than they were two soiing and old b) DfOJBJtt relief they changed their pledges to a ago. A law water law. s i or cuugns. crout). noar.seness. straiirlil subscriotion to State- needed and Mr. Ij-vi.-, i whooping OQUgh. Gently laxa- ment No. 1. Willi the iiassage much in hopes that the l. tie. Guaranteed. Hold by The of the law, however, it would ap lure will give the stale . m. Pharmacy, Burns, Ore., pear thai the Clackamas county cal and modern statute ii lul HI - f' wrterail 11,1, IwwS iHi'r j .i . li al . .., yuviwMsanwtl A. ,l.. I . II i. i I . ' tmniuii mi- iui MjMstte On; ;. way to .. . where hi toe! r., 0 that pi i am in ui re nd 1 1 erf ny ! the uriem Military .i ,1 road as far as the City of "And after traversing that . of tile stale, I want ta II you people ol Oregon that , tally don't know wliat '.ave. An area bigger than im1 states, practically unsettled just as it was When the itOf load. it. ulfeis more pp unities than any tract of id I ha.' g lands, fruit mini ral p . and, thai n ion, especially in i L view and th numerous sur veying parties, Ituilroads ., ,g un , amount ,l skin rk in Southern ( I gen and an evidentlj preparing ij attempt to gel the better of in u'iiing up thai ibig territory." Aiiioi 0 the towns visited along . . n Vale, i i. . uiui man) oth : : '. i .,1 u I,. u. ! ABSOLUTELY FREE , - ' t Mf I Key i s (, bwil Qlstt s( Beer st lbs Harney Valley Brewery Saleon ) OHINKB oi I A Cigamut Ihnt (Jtiutitu MK0OA A OUIKN. I',. ;,,,. Hum. ,am THE CAPITAL SALOON, I i:. II . IK J Bum:. - - Oregon. Scilco Xlxio X3:ea.ciq."CLCirtoxs. V liftf liquors mid Clgart, liillianl and Pool I able5. li h Roomt in Connection, .! . . "1 The Sleepino Co. ' K.... 1 li-Vl' AMU.O. . T Till ST w wmm Cifll TIUB i-atrgflll: TBB 'vor t JO S, i, aanMM Qln. 1 I. MONUMCNf i Nr, ... iO n. I UftS ill he Klsi is fars'ib PAKTICUUKS and I'KICtS h uym ettlriag INIOkMATION. Scskw ldjM ' iNS. tables are the and hooks in Is them ty an telephom ie larni or ins .nut rules auioiuoune pleasant- Fred Haines, Harney, Ore. ars ..dly ery la- rti- this men are under a double pledge, regard. Bend Bulletin. AUCTION 1 will bold regular auction sales on l In first and third Saturdays n month at theC. A. Sweek barn in Burns. Bring in any thing on have for sale and get your money for it. Special at tention given to sales in the country. W. T. Smith, Auctioneer. I !J ' , i' i I 2 jo ' I I'M I ; dC.MEaKIAM i . ,l,lUhr, eorlaalUM. Ms SawwwHwwwwwwwwwr The Barns Flouring Mill Jlulilii'N k.. Jlil.1 PKiilii:S h l!Si:D I'll Slljj HOlii, "U:ll BARLIiY, CHOI', AND: All Kiiiil i ilwijfS uu Hand lit Utn HldUM NAkLi liiafAH I0K WOOD MLUNfl ttriAT CUSTOM WO-IK DONE Good Seed Wheat for Sale - Job Printing.