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OPENING HARNEY VALLEY the entire region The valley would
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In the matter of awarding con
he rendered niore productive and
tracts to gr«<le tbe Potter swamp
would give homes and employ
road and the road east from tbe
I ane. the contract-1 aw arded
whereas it is largely un<*e«tle4 now, Full Knntntary of the Teri to John E Johnson. Potter swamp
Carry Anti und Lund Act.
Which Couveaed l.aat Week.
and must r»main so ii.definitely if
read, 41775; Hweek Lane 43250.
present condition« are not to l>e
In the matter of the resignation
chang'd, ft is estimated that the
of T. H Curl, jus ice of th- p-a<-e
Drake C. O'Reilly han just re water to I m - obtained from the
A special term of county court for Drews,.; p-oeinct. the same ac-
turned from fi ari*« v County, where Sil vies is sufficient to irrigate all
C' pted end John D Daly appoint
Hardware of Every Description.
he has linen for two month* in the the land in the valley lying under was held last week. th< main ob ed to fill the vacancy.
interest of an irrigation enterprise it. but this must o|H rai- to dry up ject being the semi-annual settle
In the matter of the settlement
that has been organized for that the extensive marshes al»out the ment with the county officers, with road supervisors, the report of
section, says the Oregonian The lakes and the marshes will then be- though considerable other busines« the following accepted • M V.
project includes watering 100,000 come plow land.
was transacted. Not being able to Smith, diet, No 9; J II Loggan, 3;
to 150,000 acres of arid land in the
Al»out 50,(JOO acres of the arid
give the proceedings in full last J T Barn«. 10; Bolar.d Haskins,
Harney Valley, under the provis land of thejlarney Valley are in
sr. 5; F C. Dibble. 2, A. Lundin,
ions of the Carev arid land act, the grant to the Willamet'e Valley week, we giveac-rnple summary 18; Wm. Buffington, 12; S Whit
which tin-Oregon Legislature made A Cascade Mountain Wagon Roa 1 in thia issue.
ing, 4: A McKenzie, : J. P Gear
In the matter of the improve- hart. 6: Joe Varideryool, 13: A,
avudahle in thia slate by a statute Company. This concern, which is
• ?••••••• o«ca•• so«•••«•• -W.-W.o«««»«««» ■•••
pa-red last Winter. That statute now owned by Chad«« Altschul.of ti.ent of the county road, It appear- -pandenl-erg 17: E P. Smith, 1:
JU1IN W i»IG««N. l'n-mL-tit,
ILO. LEVE n H,
formally accepted the conditions of Kan F'rancisco, ir said *.o be ii syin- ing to the court that t*e road J. F. .MofTet, 7.
GF. » FHY, Caablsr.
Vice i t««»Htaiil Z
the Carey act. with ad the grants pathy with the pioposed improve- known as the Mace road in in a bad
In the matter of the employment
<il la nJ to the sta'e under th" pro incut, for under irrigat on the land condition, 'he County Judge ia of a county physiciao, two bids
visions of that law.
will be rt ndered valuable, aid there authorized to eiandne said road were submitted, one by Drs. Mars
The gist’ of the law is that any will be a market for it. Settlers and have the same surveyed and den «V Geary for 475 per month
( I iivor(><>rnt«-<i )
person. asMociaiion or corporation are now going into the valley and an estimate made of the coat of and one by Dr Kb L» for *45 per
rii.«y enter into c«mtra>-t with the taking up land, on I the prospect making improvements, and he ia I month.
In the consideration o^
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- go over the __
I State Land Board to reclaim any that water will soon 1 be available
the bids, Commissioners Venator
tract of desert Government land there Mr O'Reilly says the charge lie roads in the Drcwsey and Pine and Williams voted for the »•-ept-
The applicau' must at hi« own ex- for water na* no'yet been d< finitely cr»ek d stricts an! ex «min- the ance of the first ai d County Judge
A Cc r c » al B ink in? Business Transacted.
|«ense m ake a survey of th« section fix«-d. but he believe* it will not roads and have the necessary work Sparrow the latter.
Directors: W. V. King. I S Geer, Geo. Fry, W E Triacb.
l<> be reclaim"«! amt submit with exceed 50 cents per ucre per year, done on said ro*«ds as soon as p »s-
J. C. Welcome.
This is the first move to take sible
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•••o4ooaa»M«aaaaa»•••••• b.s ai'plicatinn tor contract a map
The Ideal Newspaper,
In the matter of publishing the.
ana plan of th- propo««d reclama advantage.of the Carey law that
tion project, with estimates of first has been made by Oregon citizens. experts report fil-d July C, 1901,
You hear talk of the“ideal news
OFFK I II. I»l KI.I TiHt %
Cost, and for maintenance, state In the Upper Deschutes country, to court ordered 1500 copies ot
paper, like the flower that never
ments of the amount of water '.o be the westward of Prit.eville, two or I same printed.
withers, the bird that never alights
SI AIK OF OHKGON
In the matter of the expert’« re-
rendered available, the area to ba three i-rigation pn jects are onfo>t.
C. a Sot, »«nr».
land when- sunlight i»evei fades,
«u H MrHrM’ i < J.
covered, etc. " he contract, when and at lea-ton« of them has pro port, W. E. Huston, expert, the it only exists in the imagination of
M a Mood* i
1 Thoma« Igur
ein C'ed into by the State l.and greased far toward completion i | same accepted.
l> K \ niarbburo '
the sucker whom we are told the
Annual settlement with the va
Board, shall create a lien fur the The«e were begun before Oregon
T. 1. uwr
elements consume. Writing from
y. | UUrtbar
HorroUi ' of Malo.
cost of construction and tuainte- had a -cepted the conditions of the 1 riou« county officers made.
he stand point of a county editor
C d M-nna
Contract with Marsden A Geary,
nance, which shall be valid against Carey law, but it is presumed that
J II ArketmaD •M^.Main St — oppou'e Bank
«•I « Fab ln»wue«inu.
if you have ever been in bis sh cs,
«he separate legal subdivisions of. ihiir operations will come under county physicians to furnish coun you know he is the repu-itory of
the lund reclaimed for the amount tbe provisions of that act. Still a ty poor with medicine and medical I ihe wcrets of »he coinmun tv. none
S A Moore
due a* agreed upon, with interest large part of th- land affected bv attendance for the period of six of w'.ivh he ha« ever divulge I He
M1MTII JCDK IAL PMTKICT
at <’» per cent from date of reclama the Ur «ok Conuty enterprise« lies months, accepted.
M 0. «'Ilffurd
W L. Maradwu.
John W Gory,
' must publish a p»[»-r chuck full ef
County Clerk ordered to adver
tion. Congress grants the lands to within the grant to the Willamette
news, whether anything hipnens
tt. « LAND OPFK K. RVHN»
th« slate upon certain conditions, Valiev A Cascade Mountain Wagon tise for bid* to furnish 25 cords of or not. His judicial mind must
Ueo W. Ilsy»»
and those condition- must lie ful Road Compinv. and there is com- wood.
¿.^F'lltlirr at residence. ‘i'liuuo 2U.
t»e far superior to tlie districtju«lg»,
Liquorlicense granted to Clarence
tiille«! as required by law, to the paiatively little to be gained by
HARNEY CO« N’TY
and give him pointers in instruct
sa'isfaclio.i of the Secretary of the getting tinder the Carey law in that 8. I’uiman to »ed liquors in Wild ing tiie jury. He must discourse
J. W Morrow '
Joint H» tut lor.........
1. S G«rr H , KLKBS. w. II
" R«vn<»',iil ativo
1« ter or, befo e the transaction is section. It is only land still belong Horse precinct for a period of three with equal fluency upon the silver
ing to the Government that Is sub months commencing July 5
question and farmer Jones’ Jersey
I A. Venator >
The license heretofore gran’ed
Com tn iauionr rs
It is under this grant of Congress | ject to the contra ctors’ lien for irri
) G«-<>. Ilag<-y I
calf, china painting and Poland-
and the statute that the Harney gation improvements For benefits H. B ,Ma«e and Peter Clemens toj
................. II. ICicImr. «on '
China pigs, perserved peaeh-s and
««<•<» Nlu-llc) K^^Oificeover Voeglly’s hardware Vall«‘y Irap-oveiuent Company has to accure to land that has passed run water in ditches within 60 f«ct tbe perservimce of saints, foreign
It. A. Miller
Treasurer ............. .
l>egun operations. The corpora to private owners, the irrigation of the public roads has been revok wars and local strikes, justiin ation
store, .Main St.
A asnsMir ............. ...
tion was organized a short time ago company must make other arrange ed by the court.
by faith and justification by type,
Hupt, of Hehoola
... . . .1. C. Bartlett
In the matter of supervisors
with William Hanley, the Burns ments for compensation.
« two. Wblii' g
the doctrine of election the elec
DIUU9 A DIOUS
cattle king, as president; L. R
There are two ways of getting to claims for supervising In order tion returns, the doings of the last
l*r W L Maruden
Webster, of Portland, vice presi i the Harnev Va'ley from the rail that the court iu»v determine the
........ Liti Ri< lianlbon
J. W. Blgg».
sy n<xl ami the details of prize fights.
and D C. O'Reilly, of Port road. Si.ice the Sump'er Valley justness of the claims it was order- The receipts of church socials and
JuHliceof tlie I'wacM
land, secretary. Its authorized line has been extended to Whitney, ed that the supervisors keep an the squabble in town « ouncil must
Hi HNS. OttKGON.
CnnsUlila....................... Geo Trenaakis
capital is 4100,000. Ttie surveys I that is the nearest railroad point, | itemized account of each davs work te «quallv familiar to the versatile
C^F'Oithe in Rank building.
CITY OF BURNS
preliminary to filing application the distance a> ro*s to Harney being performed.
mind. With all this he must wait
C. E Kenyon
In the matter of the contracts
I for the contract are now in progress 115 tuih-s From Ontario the dis
the delinquent 8ul>scrib»-rs. dis.
1 he water supply will be taken taiice is about 150 miles over a good with John E Johnson to improve »> unt the bill of the patent rnedi-
|_| WKS A SAXTON.
Most of the travel is through the public road. Mr. Johnson files c.ne fak-s, stand off his «ash hill,
OXO. W HAVX8
JOHN O. SAXTON. from Silvie’e River chiefly, th »ugh r>>ad
W A Gowan
(I C. Fol-v.
the construction of storage reser Ontario, which has for years bet-z« an undertaking in the sum of 46500 aiways go well dr-s-ed. pay the
).V. E Triaeh.
with J C. Welcome, C H. Voegtly
voirs for emergency set vice is con the gate to the Harney Valley.
J «<•<» i-'ry
printer on Saturday nivht whether
Geo. W. Waters as sureties for
C9~ Attornty for Sta'e School Board.
a cent has come in or not; write free
the faithful performance of the
Silvio's River for irrigation is ex-
puffs, teach th- city; never ask for
work, and the same was accepted. I
pec't d to reduce the volume of that
any honors but help others to get
that Contain Mercury.
In the matter of the $25 trial fee
Hire «m so that it will not overflow ,
A w GOWAN
them, lioom the local statesmen
B cmnh I xiimik No. “0, K of I*
and creile so much ma»sh land as mercurv will surely destroy the in the case of tbe State vs Huffman, ivho ows him three year's suhscrii-
Meria nvrrv rimra.lav night
about its mouth. This marsh i sense of smell and completely de i it appearing that J. J. .Murphy, ’ tion—in short, be a'.l things 1.» nil
Ueo W Have., C C.
I and and Cnllrrtlnn bu»liie»».
covers thousHfds of acres on the | range the wh 4e system when en clerk of the Supreme court of this men. make uo mistakes in dans,
8. Mother.head, K oí II. 8.
Thon» No. i.
west side of Lska Malheur. an«l tering it through the mucous sur stale presented a claim of 425 tria take the« us-ings of the community
BURNS ClllPTER, NO 40, O E 8
north side of Lake H irney, and at faces. Such articles should never fee in the ease of the state vs Huff and never cu-s hick. Tliat is the
Meets eecon.l and foU'th Monday of
certain seasons the water ore flows lie used except on prescriptions man and that a warrant for the >ideal editor an I his piper is a
each month i'l Masonic lull, Voegtly
and damages adjacent farm lands. from reputable physicians, as the same was drawn, and it now ap- daisy. We never saw one.—Ex.
building. Mrs M iguio Levons« IV M yyii.t.itMe a rirzoKRAt.D
Taking water from the upper d »mage they will do is ten told to (wars that the sum of 419.25 hnd
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Sec.
stretches of the Silvies to irrigate the good you can possibly derive alredy been paid, the clerk wan
AVoroey al I»»,
arid land will reclaim to cultiva from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, ordered to cancel 1 the warrant for An Honest Medicine fui I .a Grippe.
BURNS I.OliGF, NO «7. A.F. <t A M.j
Law, Molari il and Rcal Estate
Meets Saturila«’ on or lu-fnre full moon.
lion at both ends making the dry manufactured by F. J Chenev A 425 and issue in lieu thereof a war
George W Watt, of South Gardi
Qmiliflrd brother* fraternally in«itc<l,
soil moist and taking excessive Co., Toledo, O , contains uo mer rant for $6 00 the balance due.
Me., says “I hive had the
<!. E. Kinyon, W. M.
F, 8. Riattar,
In the matter of the re-ign ition the worst c<>ugh. cold, chilis and
moisture from marsh and overflow cury, and is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and of Roland Hankins, sr., as road
EWOlficein old Masonic building ed land.
grip and have taken Iota of trash
This process, however, will arouse mucous surfaces of the system. In supervisor of district No 5. the of i>o a‘fount hut profit t > the ven
BURNS LODGE, NO. 93, A. O. U. W. [
the hostility of those who profit buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure same accepted and R »land Han dor, Cham I >er lain’« Cough R»m-
Meet» at Brown I ih II every Friday cv«»- p M JORDAN.
ning Visiting brothers fraternally in-1
from the present condition of the you get the genuine It is taken in kins, jr , appointed to fill vacancy j edy ia the only thing that h ,s done
vited. Tlioa. Sauers, W. .M. Clian. N
In the mutter of numbering Road
country, and it is not improbable ternally, and m id-in Tote Io,Ohio,
Practical Lind Surveyor.
any goo I whatever. I have used
by F J. Cheney A Co. Teslimon- districts, it ap;»e «ring to the court
one bottle of it and the ch ¡Is, col l
that each road district should be
cide where the equities and rights ials free.
grip have left me. I coagrat-
HARNEY I.(MMIF, NO. 77, I <». O F
i numltered as a matter ef c'onveni-! . , F
lie Stockmen own the marshland, Sold by Druggists. < 5c.
Meria rv.-rv S.inird iv evening. It own's
—.t ence, . it was ordered
ulat«'lhe nianuficlur. ro of >n lion
Visiting hroth-ra fr.itrrnnlly in g W MILLKK.
which produces heavy hay and ia
e*t tn-dicine ” For sal«- by H. M.
Julian Byrd, N U.
1 election precinct be R iad district
excellent pasture when the outly
C. G. 8mi h, Heer« .ry
Horton Burns, and Fred Haine«
Notary Public and Oonvcyanrer,
ing range is parched and barren.
The merited reputation for cur-1 ^*0 1« Curry 2, Harney 3, Poison Harney.
Mortgage», Deed,. Hr., correctly made.
They do not want th« country to ing piles, sores and sktn
akin diseases creek
cre< k 1»,
TUI E CIRCLE. Ni» 1«5. WOMEN OK
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. nr:.. u 11 .
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Wotalcraft. Meet» 2nd and 4th Tuna- Office at Store.
, become thickly settled and tilled acquired by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Dr«wsey 7, Crane «rook 8, Saddle
dav at Brown'* It ill. Mrs. Hili • Ionian,
Quality and not quantiy make«
for general crops, for that would
b»* led to the making
Rune M, Island 10, Lake 11, Dia-
Mrs. Ione Whiting,
‘i itt'« Little F’a'ii R
Th« Northwest Livestock and restrict the open range, and, in tho g| d ? t on,v |),.Syiu»M qR]VP («¡lv m<>"d 12, W arm Spring* 13 Happy val'iahl- lit th- 'ii • r ;
Wool Growers’Journal and Items, c/cumsUnces found (hare, it would Drugstore.’ H . M. Horton, Prop, Valley 14, Alvord 15, Wild Hors« I'm;.' Store, 11 M. Ho.-'t.n, Prop
I Iti, Callow 17, Dt..iu Id.
» .—U a L a . ixa , Huaiity G>»'.
$2 a t ear.
r materially change the character of Fred Hamen, llaruey City.
Geer & Cummins
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