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O .*3it nt Valley of Eastern Oregon.
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Cu'liinn», «illt<>rnnU Manager«
BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. JULY 20. 1901.
futercsting Kew» From Differcbt
Parts of Hu- State.
Geer & Cummins
si.so r*r ïMf.
Hu '4«.nife* 75
wool brings the top price le the
market »■ the full length ¡ h retain-
rd fid make« a desirable article.
flange Leasing Bill
President Luk. of the American
Cattie growers’ Ass-eciatlon, baa ap I
pointed the following committee to
draft u bill to provide for the leas
ing <<l ilw public range: Joho P.
irieb. of California; M K. Parsons,
of I tab; Bartle". Richard*, of Ne
braska; Henry M Porter, of Colo
rado, and A.
Robertson, of Texas.
Tin cominitU c- wiil meet in Denver
TftLK OF STATE DIVISION
Pendleton Fu-l <»rc.7"»iian Sm«
It Iw tn Tfcn Air.
present at least, it would endeavor
to find a way to avert its consurn-
mation. For this reason it evils on
Eastern Oregon republicans to de
mand their right* and it believes if
they will, an Eastern Oregon man
will be nominat'd for governor on
the republican tir-kat ond tlmou
surely be elected. Further, there
are other positions on the state
ticket that by r:gbt should be filled
By Eastern Oregon men. With tbw
right general to lead the Eastern
Oregon forces nnd present and
push this section’s claims, the result
would be surprising, and to the
great alrantige of the w hole state.'
The iron is hot, strike!
Pendle'on East Oregonian: (i:r-
ganeonluiriH 9155b rquare miles.
Nine tri.tlu of thi* area, out-ide of
O KEG OK.
mountain ranges, will enpport a
p-'puU'ion. Tnro-thiids of thi» ar« a
The Columbia R »ulbtrn is con
lb's east of the Cascade range. This
sidering the msttrr of building a
range of mo-jn’ain* divi-ira the
branch road this season to tap the
atate into two natural sections.
country between C«mdon and Fo--i!.
The two sections of the atate are
(hurgpti Wi-li Theft.
in Gilliam and Wheeler counties.
•«•p r.ited from each other in cli HabtiorfUm Kvrald.
Brotnc grass is be’ng extensively
A sn-ak thiefentered the Cblr.r-se mate. so.l, pursuits,conditions, eue-
J ohn i\ niuGH. pninijciit,
John Hoe-« of Smith, Harney
U. C I.EVENS.
ro*iauraiit last Friday and »t«le tome and surroundings* Tbt. peo
GRU FRV, Cnnblvr.
Vice r<u»liknt. I
is in town today on bcat-
ranges to replace the rapidly dis- fiom one of the rooms a gold watch ple, even, differ in many ways,
is a lead.ng wu»l grower
I I •> I apj>e »ring bunch grara It IM'IUI and four « air of opium valued al which ia due to n difference in oe- ’ of that section.
to llouri-h on hvd, dry soils with i 21
Susp'cion resle-l on Char. cupat.cn. T: e wct>t side of the Cas
A dozen teams loaded at the O.
a minimum of tn nature.
Goodman, n reernt arrivai from cades is a solid farm It isathieki
Co.’s warehouse this xveek wilt*
( I nc«>rp<»ratcd )
Professor A I’» II 'ag, who occu. Borns, nt d a complaint was sworn liopulatcd rection Its residents
for Malheur and Harney
m it n s .
pied the chair of E-ijsli-1* in Albany to charging him with the theft. He gix-e strict attention to the Indus
The merchants of
t’olh-ge last yea«, ba« purchne-d iv»« arrested Saturday night by trie* they follow and are naturally
a good trade
the Lebanon Critcriut; of \V. M Constable Kimberly nnd lodge! in anxious to upbuild that part of the
î A Ceneial Banking Business Transacted. I I Brown He will a-^utuc control of j“‘l At th- piel.minarv hearing s'a'e in which Ibex- era i.itcr« -ted with the interior this year.
Monday fon.no >n l ie justice de They r* quite a differtnt r-Ia.-»» os*
A J, Kr-ollin A Co, brought ia
JJ Directors: W. Y. King. I. N Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E Triach. e the pa|>er on August 1
d there w .«• not ruttieient evi road !aws. sebo 1 la *s, stock laws, 5«>X) head of sheep front the Har
J. C. Welcome.
List yar’» c t ic prices are a- dene .- to warrant holding Goodman tax laws and fei ce laws from the
ney county ranges end yesterday
gnin ruling in tb>- cow counties; to the circuit court nnd be was dt*- cantern portion of the state.
-hipped (hem from Huntington to
lycirling s errs bringing t!8 to $20 cbarg» d.—Hun ting! on Herald.
Ki-stern Oregon is largely a stock Sola Springs. Idaho.
per bead, uod two year olds f30
OFFICI Al. IHKi:< rotti
and range country. It Las a very
John I) Daly, a member of the
I PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
dome of the breeder» ere reluctant
small area of d-ns«dy populated
of Duly dr Robbins of Drew-
srarx or umkoon
! to sell at these tifuiei.
country, and has a character p< ca-1
V. rt M«B4k*r«.
lives'' »1 won
was transacting basi-
i U » M< Uriel' J
A Wasco C ounty crank built a
The open reason for dt-er CO!D liir to herself. She ha« a distinct, r e»s in Huntington this week.
! Th»ui*> lo- •«'•
«mail gc»* out of scrap tin and mences Oct, 1st an«l end; 's Oct. individuality. She differs tnateri
P. K. N HtackL >rn
G. W. Clevenger, a furniture
istarted to Portland on it l>y wav of 15(h. It is unlawful for any per ally from the Willamette. She re-
1 f u«ar
41 over nor.
of Burns, was in Hunting
F. I im«ibar
* of HUb&e.
the rapi«l«. TLi'seo«* ha* been found son to take, capture, kiil or destroy «pjircs a certain lire of treatment
c a y.Ktro
! three or four mile* b«.-low The Dalles, in any op»n season more thin live^ w hich Western Oregon does not re ton Thursday buying st<<ck and
J U «■ kvrm*n jtdF^Main Kt —-opposite Bank
Hurl Pub. h>*lraction,
W It I m 4>
would like transaeting other business.
thul no face of tbo inventor and ■ I-
rton who law.'ul'y quire.
.<• r UolvarU.n
kills fire deer can make an nüiffa- ~to «©♦»**« »me of her arid isr.ds
. vox ager.
ly A M x>r«
f n i xcu:.~ vit before a-iv justice of the peace into habitable hotr.tH. She has an The KissTliat Wil! Never KeturB.
M msnrs a gfary
NINTH JUt'ICtAL OMT'U. T
<2<i:te a number of Bob \x hi c
to that effect, and said jus ice shall extensive an I iu--reising mining in
M. B. Cl'»..'«
w L Marsden,
* iu Mllkr
It was a pitiful mistake, an error
thereupon deliver to a'F.ant one terest which must be promoted and
t*t>yei' urns <C" Surgeon*.
Malheur valley wavs the Vale
V M LANK OIH'.K. ttfllXH
sad and grim; I waited for the rail
Bei uh . Oregon. 1 Gazette W hile they d > not carry leather tag (designed and isAii-d by I
«leo W Haya*
bear the expense of ridding herself way trsin. the light w low and
it residence. ‘Phone 20.
' the beautiful plume that the na
hide of each net r not exceeding 1 of the anim 1 pests, upon which the dim. Itcameat l ist.and from the
HARNF.V CUI NTY.
I ■_____ __________ _________ tive bir.l does, they are equally as
J. W. Morrow
five iu all. One of these tags shall entire state low pays a bounty. ear there stepped a dainty dime;
gatuey. and are certainly a very
I. N Geer i H , XLRII», M. B
re securely fastened with wire to Her sparsely settled districts do not ami. looking up and down the place,
J H<nu < Npartow
Von nt y Jud^e . .
each deer skin, and the owner i« yet require the da-» of school, rosd she straight u ito me came ’’Oh,
I A. Venator
Phytirinn and Surgeon.
Vomoiiationer» .... "• ) Geo. il*itey
Judge Eakin has signed the bill then entitled to offer such deer skin and tax laws which apply to a Ja« k !” she cried. ‘ Oh, dear old
of exceptions prepared by the at for « ile or exchange or traneporta older at.d more thickly populated Jack!” and kissed me a-she spike.
.................. ....II. Riehuri son
ffÂ^OfTicr over Voegtly’s haiduur« torneys of Manny Howard, who lion to any point within the slate section. Her it dustries tire p-cu Then looked again and frightened,
R. \ Millar
was convicted of horsestealing at The punishment for violation of. liar to herself, and it is not just to cried.Oh, what a bad mistake!**
store, Main St.
A«••««or ................. ....... Joe Buchanan
Raker City last week. If the case any of the provisions of the act is nsk that portion of the sta'e which I said, "Forgive me. maiden fair,
.......... J, C. Bart Im t
Mupt. of Reboots
gets into the supreme Court. How by a fine of not less than <25 nor derives no direct benefit from them for I am not your Jack ; and as re
Geo. Whiti* ir
ard wl.o is in the Si ale Penitent* try more th«*n $500, together with the to b ar the burden of developing gards the kies-vou gave. 1’11 straight
C'troner................. 1W W L MarM*n gluus * mous.
wax- give it back ! ’ And since that
. Lon Ricliai i I hoii
! w ill probably be admitted to bail. costs of prosecution, or bx- imprison them.
Block Inspector ....
1 W nigra.
night I’ve often stood upon the
BURN« PRE'.'INCr .
Two young men from Burnt
point, uninif a«sioned and unpreju p a:f >rm dim, but only once in a
Jii«tic* "I the F smumi ..... D, tHincaon
III KM. ORKUON.
i River took four young bald eagles
diced Oregon might be cut in twain, mun.s whole life do such thing«
tSF“Oill-e in Bank building.
' to Baker City one day last week, by both such iine and imprison with goo 1 resuit* to bith sections. come to him.
which they captured after a desper incut.
, The cost of sending representative«
ate fight w ith the mother bird, who
Joo. Cardwell. I
from tbo extreme eastern portion An Honest Medicine for I-a Grippe.
|_| XVKH A SAXTON
De icon Lamb of the Silver City
made a desperate attack on the
of the state is enormous. The legis
George W. Watt, of South Gardi
W A Gowun
OXO. W. HAYES.
JOHN O SAXTON. young men, despite the fact that Nugget raises his lamb like eves
lation sought by the different por ner. Me., says “I have had the
ft C. F'llev.
j they were armed with shot gnus heaver.ward an<l exclaims: "Proba- tions of the state is vastly defferent.
)A'. E Tiid.-h.
the worst cough, cold, chills and
j ino Fry
and kt pt tiring at her all the time. b y there is nothing so certain as a I Eastern Oregon has its va*t mining
III BNS. OltEGON.
and have taken lots of trash
¿S*-Atlorn«ir for st»-« school tuvara.
Their shells were charged with light cinch in a stud game.” And in slock and diversiti-*«! industries. It
of no account but profit to the ven
bitd shot, however, which seemtd another paragraph this truly re has many new enterprists which
dor. Chamberlain’s Cough Rem
tn have little effect. The old bird ligious bachelor makes the out- are yet in the ex pcriinental stage,
is the only thing that has don»
struck one of the boys on the side rageous abortion that "Marriage
Brus» I.OIM1K No. 7), K of P
and it desires to be at liberty to' any good whatever. I have used
Mee's ox-orv Thur«dav ivgtit.
| of the head with her beak, in un at is a desire of mi insane man to pay
raise revenues for special purposes one bottle of it and the chills, cold
Geo IV lliivcu, (’ (J.
tempt to pluck out his eye. «»nd al a woman’s board for life." The old which ere rot app'icable to the
I vini anil CollMtlotl b'latnvM.
and grip have left me. I congrat
M. bf -ither-diwcl, li oí R. H.
ruin shoul'i be immediately sent to Williamette counties. In justice
Phons No. Ï. ' most suvcecdeJ in doing so.
ulate.the manufacturers of an hon
Blackfoot -Mountainhome Bulletin to both section« of the state, a di
BURN'S.CH AFTER, NO. 4U. O. E 8
The pulled wool industry, con
est nt -dicine.” For sale by H. M.
_____ ___ ______
Mods second un<l fourth Mondiiv of
vision, at some future tin.«, might Horton Burns, aid Fred Haine«
fined whoily to tin* noble nd men
each month in Masonic li .ll, Voegtly
be benefici il. It is for the
furnishes quite u source of profit,
)<iiit<ling. Mrs. M iggie Lexeim, W. M WILLIAMS* FITZGERALD
Oregon to sax-.
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Nee.
If a monopoly of political power
quite a common thing in Heppner as niercurv will surely destroy the
Ail work intrusted to Sol David-
Al'orney at I«w,
Notary t ubile,
... son, the jeweler, will receive prompt
I to see an Indian xviili his family acnsc* of etneil and completely de- i continues to be lit Id west of the
BURN« LODGE, NO. »7, a . F. A A M. I
Lair, Notarial and Real Relate
jotging iuto town with a numbor range the wh >le system when cn- ■ mountains, the clamor for division attention; satisfaction guaranteed.
Meets Huturday on or before full moon.
QtulilVd tirotlmrs P itcrnally invited,
of ponies pa-ked with wool that has tering it through the mucous sur- of the sta'e will be sure to increase. At Welcome's drug store.
C. E Kinyon, W. M. F. 6. Rieder,
been stripped from unfortunate faces. Buch
Such articles should
shouhl never, On the other hand, if Eastern Ore
prescriptions gon is permitted to h ive a voice in
Jorgensen has a fine assortment
_______________ _ ______________ i
w ivsido. Every pony load repre- from reputable physician*, as the proportion to her contribution < i of watches,clocks,
— _ .-------- , cbvioe,
BURNS LODGE. NO. W, A. <) U. W.,
damage they will do i* ten fold to
i buttons, pins,
Merts h ' Brown ball evorv Friday eve p XI JOKDAN.
ning. Visiting brother«« fraternally in
with enterprise and bad emslls. tha good you can possibly derive
vited. Thus. Hagere, W. M. ('lias. N i
The old adage that "ihero is no from them. Hail's Catarrh Cure, nels of tra le, there w ill be no need
Practical Land Surveyor.
great loss without some small profit” manufiieturcd by F. J. Cheney A- of division, for then there can be a
Our special inducements for sub-
is here demonstrated The loss of Co., Toledo, O. contain* no user- reconciliation of the existing differ-
to this paper appears on
fl \HNEY LODGE. NO. 77. I. <». <> F
the sheepman is profitable to the curv, and is taken internally, act cnees that will be fair to both sec I
Meets every Salimi iv overling, H ow n’s
hill Visiting bruth-T» frateraslly in I
Indians. They cover a large ter ing directly upon the blood and tions. . Those of Western Oregon
g W M1LLKR,
Julian Byrd, N. G.
in diligent search for dead mucous surfaces of the system. In who wish to continue to hold the
C. G. Stui h, Svt-ratiiry.
N. Brown dr Sons, Agents for
Notary Publie and Cenveyaneer,
sheep in order to get ‘ lipsoo ” buying Hall's Catarrh Cure he sure ic.ns and drive nil the time must
After pulling the wo >1, if the ani you get the genuine. It is taken in- expect to pay the penalty of their
Tt’i E CIRCLE. NO 165, WOMEN OF Mortgage«, l>e*ds Eh»., correctly inaJe.
Woodcraft. Mu «ta 2nd and 4th Tims-
mal is not overly ripe, they usually terns II v, and made in Toledo, Ohio, obstinacy a id £ lushness iu ti e
d iv at Brown's hall. Mrs. Till! » Jordan,
Quality end not quantiy make»
take out a “tender” loin for a meal. by F. J. Cheney A Co. Teslimon- courte of timo.
Mrs. tono Whiting,
’s Little Early Riser» such
As soon as they gel their ponies ials free.
Th« Northwest Livestock and
little liver pills.
of the state in the air, and not be-
loaded they come to town and sei! Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Drug Store, II M. Horton, Prop.
Wool Growers'Journal and Items,
the product of their I.Uair. Pulled Hall's Family Pills are the best, ing in symya’hy with it. for the Fivd U.»mee, Harney City.
f 2 a yciy.
Harihtraro of Every Description.
iTHE CITIZENS BANK
i A Portland woman got a divore?
’ from her hu-band and marrid a
' f( a d< r. 'I It- n the form«r bu«bn>«l
became a boarder at.d remained at