Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, August 10, 1901, Image 1

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i»nrt Manager,
BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. AUGUST 10. 1901.
OREGON NOTES
of good government. Sherman
i-ount v ha* been economic;)IIv gav-
erned therefore it is O'lt of dt.l t.
ILiri - v, ditto.
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t*rr Year.
Mix Moi»it*.
CONCERNING
OUR RANGES.
NO. 37,
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for thin great evil that is now
threatening the annihilation o'the
lit e stork i mUistrv.
The remedy is n >t in the leasing
of
the | uhli>’ duin iin to big live­
I h I ere-I lug News From IHtfcrrnt
'! he StB’" Board <«f Agricúlture
stock
companies. A» to the gov­
Fari • of ’he Slate.
arc making Home wonderful im-
Ti Snl.-m 11».- I".'-|,l< y in n Prob ernment not receiving anv reventtn
prov< ments at tin- ►(«’•• fair grourvi»,
Irin of Leasing Our Public
from th(; grazing of the public do­
and oldthners will hardly rucng-
I.and*.
main, it don lerive an immense
nt/.' the pl r'" «1,< n th"v a’tend
The wat> r in the nciv artesian
revenue in the wtiy of taxes I. :w
Oregon s g »»-at< l fu:r thi« fill.
Hardware of Every Description.
Spring near I’nion is t! ttiug hotter.
the range, and the people of the
The old pavilion is being enlarged
Il is now 17G degrees.
vjo n timetotiiiH* the prefs of range itates will soon U too |s>«>r
to doijl 1“ its ►ize. and after th"
1IIHNS,
< > it i:< h >\.
The Dall» « busint sit men refuse best exhibits ever ■»•'•11 in the state Eus’crn Oregon has been printing to piy any taxes or buy good-1.
Now ■“ to the .-e ;<ind rea« ill, the
to contribute to th* street fair ami tire arranged there will be ample articles for and against the leasii
■'« ««versto.king of the r.tng“s. Th*
the big evimt is proi»nbly ofT for room left for a-i audiiorimn, . a
of the public domain to give tlie
first thing a l»ig stock company will
this H’ lis >n
thing tli tt has lieen necd-d fora
I'opl 'tLe varion* | h tses of the Jo when taking possession of a
An Eugene agticullnral <ditm long time. A bran pew. up-to-date
problem :„»v i-oofro?.ting th" stock - rang" is to overall , k in older to
saw a hay baler at work and pro- criainery building is nt-ing erected
men
of th- W -t. Sometime ago starve <<ut their >.< igbh.-.rs, (!•<•
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<*ecdid to say in hi< ftaper that nKo when-the I m > i dairy iTisplav
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small stock" rn. It has become a
• *•*•««•• e*** «••••*••• w««-^ %tee*,o»ov6«u«««««et ov«oa threshing was in tall l lsst through- • '’»r niud" in the state will cortuii.- the Yule Democrat printed an in­
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• otit the country.
ly be seen. The uiachinery hull is terview with Sunt. John Gilcrest i,f we'l-estaldish. d fact that there is
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JOHN W Itili»IR. fre.il.-nt,
II.
I.EVK.Nh,
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G Ro. FRY, Cashier.
Vice President. «
being enlarged. ne.v cattle '•fall. tin I’ 1. S < ’.) , which we reprinted no end totbcgroid of a corptru-
Moro,
Crook
County,
i-
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being
ex-
. tion, and they are the very o «•«
w
►Deep jc'n* hog etya, and horse
•» tetifivel v beautified with shade trees
nt
the
time.
In
th"
last
is'««
of
who are raising the cry of overst »ek­
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str.bles are being built. A co'v
the same paper appear* u letter of ing the range,. U'e had u fair
it
having
dnwnad
on
the
propertv
e
farm cott«ge bay barn, and new
Charhs Recker, of Westfall, in d. mount ration of this fa t alwiit
owners that rcsider.ee lat d is thus
sidewalk* are • ills« on the list of
answer to Mr. Gi!cr> st. The arti­ sixteen year» ago when Miller «.
made more valuable.
( Im <»r ¡. i > rn t 1 i
improvements, and nothing will be
HIKNH.
OREGON.
At a preliminary examination of left undoiv to a ■«•om elate the < V cle c -.rUains some good points and Lux. the California millionaire cat­
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1’0111 l’avn, nt Mitcledl, for the Idbttor and entertain ’lie « i~i'<>r :i» is sell worth reading. Mr Lkektr tle kings, took possession of this
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says:
county. In places where there had
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« shooting of McEachern, be was the Plate fair this fall
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’Li th* list nntnl«‘rof the Week­ Sc m one brad they drove in twen­
1 A General Banking Business Transacted.
bj’iiid over io appear l»ef>re the*
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ly Dr:oo rut I n»ticed tbit Mr ty hci»d of cuttie. The consequence
lhr«ct.»rs \V Y. King, I. S Geer, Geo. Fry, W E 'frisch. a circuit court in the sum of i5C<i
A Mammoth |{nii-nnir
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I * John Gilcrest .n ati interview most „a. j}lat jn a fv.w years they them-
J. C. Welcome.
An Albany butcher who had been
empiiA’ icnllv di-cla*<d in f.ivor ot 1 eeKee and all others who Lad stock
• ••• >•*•••••••««•• laoio-iw.
A ■p‘ -ial t<> tne Boise N»*.vs from
priding bims- If upon a fine game
wise lea re isw that will protect the running on that range lost about 7.1
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MXister finally allowed it to run Vale says- Storing wn'er for irriga interests of th" «herpnicn and «mall
per cent of it during a hard winter.
with the common fowls It stirred tion pur| O“ee is about to receive a stockmen alike with the. big cor-
OFFICIAI, l»l HIX TO KN .
PROFESSIONAL ( ABBS '
I believe that with the exception of
op a tr.es« with a scrub chicken and practical ie*-t i Malhmr co'inlx.
* 1: po-Htions, <>m of tin;
*
those
tramp rhc' pu.en who with
Between \ ale and I'ow Volley, a
mis or ukkuox
was killed.
of.
he
is
manager
,
ilurir
immense
bands of sheep roam
«Jaisrnh
1*. • MerjUira,
it M wrr.ttx
«listanee of about thirty mih-«. lies
«3 W M« HrM* «
Now. as 1 have b en a »1 >-<■ fr<uo plaoo to place ridusinc our
Th"
farmers
in
some
districts
in
1
M k Me. «!»
C«>ngr«Mtnrii,
Willow Creek Valley, from one to
I l.'li'mia I'll gut
neighbor for a nntnhcr of yiar« ti best ranges to a dusty desert, all
Wasco county rcjiort that prairi<-
ihne miles wide. That which is
uhi » ttiMkboru 1
pipitohrai in.R
Alfnrnvr O«r,<*e*l.
lhe
concern which
w hich he
lie represents. _ workmen are in favor of a law t<»
chicken«
bai
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gr<
atIv
increased
in
r Ì. Wrt
(•••reriMt?
under cultivation at present is >n’y
r 1 UimN-'r
a
id
in
ail
my
in
’
ereourse
iiiciden
S«cr«tai > nt «ut*.
numbers since th" law aflbr<l<d
.
Iluyit*, Oregon
a very stua’l amount lying along tai to-the running of cattle on a prelect our ranges from certain
« H. M’ m FTO '
Btat* Tr><anrrr
*J>ein protection "» * especially liie creek bottom near the heart oft
quick destruction aud preserve
J H A.'k«»rn>Mn i gaC .'d dii St.—oppedle Bank
M hj H Eut ImlfMotíM,
common ranee 1 have ever found them for the bcoeSt of coming gen­
»» Il Meda
■ul« Crini».
sind the coyotes, which n;e v«-rv
the vallev. i’he problem Jof irr ril­
4C ► * Oh'*rt<aV
John Gi!crc«t a fair-minded and
•le-tructiw of th« young birds, have
<K H. H««n
tiiiprtt»«« Judgt«,
ing this t,ea lliful piece of land has honorable geutletnan, who, durirg erations. Rut it must I k a law that
'V. A M<K-ra
I hcii ttiiin-d out under tli • incen­
«ill.give all the people a-i even
M xmmxx .• ¡a »itv
remained unsolved until reev tly
MiNTM jcntcui mrriimr
his time of superintending the im­ chance to gnu* the public domain,
tive
ol
the
s<a)p
lamiitp
law.
H. I> CHff-xJ
W I. M b T s U mh .
Juhti W
CIrenll J i4<«
when »¡crnlaturs begin to incest!-
mense interests of bls com.j any. and the sooner such a law is jftis«e I
am Millar
Criownllng Xtv>rn»y
Frank
I!
nkbaidt.of
DitcnCnek-
th<- possibility <>f storing water,
P'lyei-iane
<(•
Sitryconn.
f 8 I.XWD OF»f« K. Ht KNS.
has never shown anv M»eH> at-i<-»» ’•> ;qe buffer it will be for the country,
Bui us, Oregon. in Josephine County, went to the in Cow Valley, about four mib s oppress, iiimler, o- in any w av inti r-
G* g 's Hay**
■ «finar.
And here I would proporea reniedr
<‘ha* Xvwril 1
rest un id a squealing hog in his above th- head of 'V ¡low Creek.
k«««i**r.
it rvrólrnre. 'Phone '.’ll.
fere with the rights ol I.is neigh-• t|( wyyJd b»? entirely practicable
buck pasture ami found a cougar
HARNEY COI NTY..
Cow Valley is a natural bisin in
l>o:*—the individ'jsl small stock- mi l would give individual stock-
J. \V. Morro«
Joint Senator . .,
foml'itig it lie stoned th& brute, the m<>utitains nod is a* out lfirj
men of this county—but Las ever meii and companies anevenchance
. 1. • Geer H, EI.ICIIS. M. i>
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ntotiv*
whereupon it left the pig and came feet higher than Willow Creek Val­
been icjdv and willing to accom­ .alike as heretofore, and ke« p the
Jarno« S|>ari<>*
Uuunty JuJg«. .
Hftcr him. Burkhardt e only wea- ley a id C’ntiinx about twenty
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Wktialor
modate and extend o irtesies to arid land states <q*-n for further
Phyeician
ani
Svrqcon.
ConiaiiMionvm .... ■
pun was a garden rake, hut ii" ft nd square miles. It has i>i»en ascer-
1 Geo. Ilatre«
one
al! of us as far as compatible settlement.
Bttrni. Oregcn
H. Ittvli#rc*»n
(*ìrrk
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id the liea't otf until it gave him tained that this valley cun lie c«v-
with
the b-st interests of his com­
Geo. S.icJley
Let the general g ivernment take
RlietiC
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tilice over Voegtiy’s haul wart- up. und toth hear,d the hogachiev ’ . cred to 1. depth of from three to
pany.
but when Mr. Gilcrest says control of the ranges. Lay it off
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Miller
Treasurer .. . ...<
►fore, Main St.
rd escape.
forty feet bv constructing a datri vf
....................... ..... Joe Buchanan
that tic b-a-imj of the public do-
about
one fourth mile in b-ngth maiu is tin- only remedy against into districts of suitable sizes. A|>-
. .J. ('. Hurt It'll
Mrs E. T H iteli, whose hus­
Rupt, oi School«
point a range warden for each and
Geo. IVliiiieg
Htlrvevcr .....................
band was formerly collector of cus­ across the narrow eatiy<>u ¡hat is the destruction of the open ranges everv district whose duty it should
gl.<;< A Hl.. 4
l)r W. I. Marsden
(' oner................
toms nt i^t. Mudmel. committed its only outlet.
I beg to differ with him. although
Iz>n Richardson
J w Sigi».
Italioti litre
Stork Inapoctor
While numerous investor« have I agro,- with him whe < he says that be tv .-cc that bin district is not
suicide HaturJay by drowning licr-
overstocked, which would Be con­
BURN’S PRECINCT.
Affarne ye-at-J aw,
selt in a well on the home of her exntnined the scheme and havi if sonicthing i* not, done soon to
ducted
about on the same principle
D. lameson
J «atice OÍ ih* Bear»
111 l:\H. «»I.K.OX
father, John I’. Etnelt, of McCoy. been of one accord in declaring its. check the erovding in u 1 our range* .is is now afiplied to our forest r*
(‘»«•table.................. .... tir,» fieguskie
in Bunk iniil'ling.
The Cormier’s jury returned a ver­ feas'bility. the pc qil> of this sec of immense migratory bands <»f serve,. And by all mean» give th"
.-a
CITY OF BURNM.
dict
of suicide t>y te nporary insan­ lion have li :d no direct encourag • *he p whose owner* have 11» inter rendent owners of livestock the
C. E Kenyon.
Mayor
ity on account of ill health. She ment until ex-Judge Carey and J. est in th" growth and development preference thorevn. When t dis­
Jno. < '.irdurli.
Mirxitall
j_| i vi * sax rn.N
C. N. Uiggn.
was29yeat!of ige. and a former Mathews of Portland looked ovtr of ourxcouutv. o.v.i no r-al estate trict is staked ofl for all it can sup­
Recorder
uro tv. itAYfs.
jolts g sax ros resident of Salem.
\V A. Dow ali
the proposition and expressed them-
Teawnrar
and pay no taxes, our opm range* port. allow 10 more stock to b*
il C. Folev.
selvi s a» being ful’y eatisfi>*d with
AHaraeys-al-l.aie,
*.V.
E
Trim-li.
Cenncilmi n
will soon In? reduced to a du*ty (| ...
r;v,.n thereon,
The Modoc tribe has dwindle.!
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Should the occu­
their investigation« and would re­ desert that will support neither
J «e«i 1 1 »'
l’vits’s. oitroos,
to 77 members, mostly wommi a id
pants
of
the
district
bv nt1 tirai iu-
'tèsi Shelley.
\ttornvy f<>r ^ta’r Sfh
Board
turn shortly with surveyors to be- cattle nor sheep; a couditton w hich
sick or diseased children. There
cr<
a- overstock it, let the warden
gin work. These (•••ntleimm repre­ will Lave a molt d'.*:i*lro
etlect order a cet tain per ct nt of the stock
nre only 13 able-bodied warrior«.
I odgr Dlrrrtory.
sent atnpl" capital to carry ent th-- upon the business interests of our
.and
they
will
never
go
to
war;-c>rn
cut down as per ratio. This, in the
w now AN.
I
undertaking and their push mid'
l
.
whole
state,
for
what
would
East
FNrow^v
the
most
savage
and
in-
upiuion of most of the smaller
Bt hxs Lona». N<>. 70, K of l‘
business ability assures them of " ern Oregon be, for instance, it you'
Meets every ThiiredAy night
Altorney-at- law,
dmnitab!" fif*fighten«v they have
stockmen whom I have heard ex-
Fttccess.
F. M. Jordan, C. C.
took «way from it the !iv< stock im press themselves on this most im.
lost all ambition for anything but
1 an<1 tn«1 Collidimi
S. Mother diewd, K of R. 8.
YV^'xotai y Public.
Phou« Nu. X
dustrx ? Of course Mr Gilcn *t be­ portant subject, would remedy the
* r flow s This?
j ttieir giveripment supplies, aid.’
HIRNM’
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OKKGON.
We oiler f’ffc Kundred Dollars ing a representative of a wealthy evils now so much complained of
while virtually prisoners ol war on
BURNS CHAPTER, «). 49, 0. E. 8 I
a small reservation, nrn left tin- Reward for any case of Catarrh that live stock company natmallv will andstooall further "ranee wars”
Menta second and fourth Monday of
t»or|jQrations love t« write so
earnot be cured hv Hall’s Catarrh look npo i the situa'ion from tin
' watched.
each month in Masonic h«U, Voegtlv ^yti.tiiMsA eitz <; er n.n
standpoint of his company.
litiilding. Mrs. M iggie livens, W. M
t'u re.
iiiu ii about, and save our public
Sumpter is in’great trouble over F. ,1 ’Tienev A C< . props. Toledo, O.
Thornton WIHHinn,
M FiUgeridit.
The leasing of the public ranges , ranges for some lime to come. Such
M m . Eunicr» Thompson, Rev.
Attorney nt Uw,
notary Public. the invasion bv sheepmen of the
We. tin- undersigned. hiiv<‘ known is unjust, unfair and contrary to a plan would prevent our publie
BURNS LODGE, NO. f»7, A. F. .< A M.i- l.a>r} Nolaritl ami Real Estate
territory from which the town <1 - 1’ J t'honey for'he last ! '» years, the prine ple* of out institution*.
domain from falling into the hands
Meets Saturday on or bi fore full ninon.
, rives its water supply. There tire and believe him perfictly honor;.- besides it is cn’in 1" imbrncticable,
Practice.
and under the control of large cor­
Qualified brothers frutero illy invited
so many sheep ranging in the lo- hie in all business transaction*, ami for it would put a stop to- «11 fur­
Burns.
Oregon.
porations. moet of them non resi-
<■. E. Kinyon. W. M.
F. f*. Rieder.
cality that there is serious appro financially able to carry out any ther settlement of the arid range
fi^Oilice in old Masonic building
di lit, of tin1 state in which their
Beey.
nension that the supply will be cut obligations made bx his firm.
states, and put the entire livestock holdings are located, such as ar«
I oil'entirely. The water company '.V est a T kuax , Wholesale Drug­ industry into the hands and con­
BURNS LODGE, NO. 93, A. O. U. W
now monopolizing the livestock in-
p
X. JORDAN.
lias invoked the aid of the law, and
Meets nt Brown hull even- Fiidsv evi - .
trol of large non-resi lent corpora- ,|,|ttrv of Texas and Australia,
gists.
Tyledo,
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ning. Visitina lin’thers fraternally in-
an officer was sent out Tuesday to W XI.DING, KlNN KN a M akvix . Whole tions.
put jnn-h r Jaw the big corporation*
Practical lentil Svrreyor.
vlt'sl. Thus. Sagers, W. M. Chas. N
warn the invaders off tii" territory
Different ninons are advanced ,j,, |1(,t W(Ult Nothing will suit
sale
Druggists.
Toledo,
O.
Cuvhrsne, Recorder.
Burna, Oretf’ir,
in question.
Hall's Catarrh ('lire is taken in- in support of a lease law. One is (hem but lie whole earth with a
11 \RNF.Y LODGE, NO. 77, I. O. O F
Sherman county, one of the East­ ternally. acting directly upon the that the government dees not re­ n ire fence around it."
Meets every Riiturdsv evening, B ow n's g 1». Mtl.I.F.R,
ern Oregon group, is entirely out blood and mucous surface s of the ceive any revenue from the grazing
hill
Visiting brothers fraternally in­
James White, Brvantsville, Ind ,
vited.
Frank O. Jackson, N'.G.
of debt. There is not a county in system. Trice. 75c per bottle. Sold of the public domain; anotber siy* DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salv*
Notary
Public
nini
Conrcyan'cr,
C. O. Hini h, Seeretiiry.
Eastern Oregon that should be in bv all druggists. Testimonials free reason they claim is the overstock healed running sores on both legs
I
Mortgageii» T)red<. Etc , correctly made.
debt. The tiixpayers have contri­ lliiH's Family Tills are the l*»st. ing of the ranges, and etill anothsr, IL-hud suffered six years Doctors
Hum», Orrgna.
TULE CIRCLE, NO. 1’», WOMEN OF Office nt Kmrc
which nil who arc acquainted witii failed to help him. Get DeWitt's.
I buted abundance of funds to meet
Woodcraft. Menta 2nd and 4th Tues-
conditions
now prevailing on our Accept no imitations. IL M Hor­
II’ voti know a good thing when
day at Brown’« hall. Mra. Tilli ».Jordan,
each county’s needs blit govern­
Mr». Ione Whiling.
Guardian.
you
see
it,
you
will
take
a
chance
ranges
must
admit is a just a.>d ton. Burns; Fred Haines, Harney.
ment has been so bad that it has
Clerk.
The Northwest Livestock and
N. Brown A' So >s. Agents for
cost more than it was worth. Bad at our advertisement which up- proper reason, and congrí ss ought
Wool Growers’Journal and Items, I government always costs in execs« pear« <«n the Inst page
to lose no time in finding a remcdv ’pi-on Quality Eboeg.
12 n yeir.
Oregonian md Items, ,2'i0
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Geer & Cummins
I THE CITIZENS BANK
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Capital Stock
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325.00000