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PuSííahcd in the
Greatest Valley of Eastern Oregon.
The OJcteat and Most
The Best Advertising
l*i i»j»rb f nr
kJliur mid Ha/Mgrr,
BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1901
UNDER CAREY ACT
1i«Mi would conic from Silvics River,
roarer toe nrark and a mile,
Tlw land about the Uw« r stretch«*»
from hou r th«* challengtr appeared
</ that ri|er is more or Ivasina rah v.
to lie leading by fully half a mik.
The t> I'lamation projoet conUm-
Tlie talent Iwgan t<if«cl nrrvotia,
Appli« nt Ion for Irrigation j„ pistes taking water from the upper Columbia Del catea Shamrock but as Hid yachts approached tlm
courses of the river, k adttig it out
llorney A nil« > .
in ttii* Third Mace.
finish the Yat.kte skipper, by romr
in ditches through arid tracts and
tuiraenhma legmlemain, shoved
Applying it to giowipgcrops. Th'»
Ids ix>at into th- light air like a
will im vitably have the effect of
Applicat on for upproval of ’ 11 dccr<a»ing tlx* flow near the mouth ' N’cw York. Oct. 4.—With victory ptantoui ahip. and 100 yards from
lamte the two meers were almost
Hardware of Every Description.
pl'ins for irrigating a ronaid« fable of the atream, ami the niarah area fl tgw floating from her towering on even terms.
area in the Harney Valley, in will I«'
1.^1. Though the marthead and the ends of her
Il was a pretty sight, and or.e
Houthi astern Oregon, is now b« C»re cultivable area would thus be in spreaders
w iln*-.-aed «1«» i they cross
State Land Hoard at Salem, says creased to the «aiiic exteut aa the ing triu<»[h in the cup rac«> of ed, tail to rail, the while yacht's
the Oregonian. I'poti the approval tnarrloH shrink, it dws not (Jcaee f
¡901. the gallant shop Columbia bowsprit just lapping ike golden
of the boai,1 dejn iids nn .-xten ive the livestock coirpanv. which «Les
buwt s utoMt The usual |>andeti>o*
ti clama'ion project in tl a‘ country not want cultivable land, but dwa returned to her anchorage tonight nium that al let id» the iinal Yati-
J'his application is lib d by the ward '/razing and Imv land. A few under th«* escort of the entire ex k«e i ictorv in u e jp conteH follow -
llurtn v Valley lioproveno t,l Corn individual owners some time ago cursion fleet. She today con.plett-d «1. Whisths, sirens, belle, bands
(•»tty, wlfleb ha» exp"tided ulxmt tindet took to divert water from the her defeose of tlw honored trophy and «'beers urtiud in a grand chorur
15000 in surveys and other pre RHciea for irrigation pur|«oses, and in another stir-ing race with Sham of jubilation, amt J. 1’. Morgan’s
II. C IJiVENH,
liminary arrnng, ments this year, (he livestock coiiipnw promptly rock II over a leeward and wind “team yacht Condor added to the
\ H.<- Creatiia-nt.
and which must await the phastire begun sujt to r«*»truin ntch diver- ward course of ¿¡0 mih*s, crossing ■ terrific din by firing a N’atiomw
of the «tu’e board b« fort* proceed-, sion <>f n-."t/-r. These suits are now the finish line two »«couds b Lind i salute of 21 guns.
mg further wi h llie tntarprise. pending in the State Circuit Court., her siitHgoni.-t, but winning, on the
After Columbia had hauled don n
T he company was organized last and the lompai.v argues that it time allowance concede«! by tiw her sails a;.d set her victory flag,
( 1n< or|»>ratcd i
June w ill« an anthonzed capital of would I m * unjust to approves large' IJpton 1 oat, by 41 seconds, For the eoeunion boats arowded aiong-
«100,(XK). The president is William reclamation enterprise in the same the »«tcond time »Le has now sve- M«le to cheer the Yankee sailors
Haider, the Burns cattle king; section before the courts chull ha <■ ecssfuHy foiled the attempt of the and Cue winning fdxpper. Nor did
L 11 Webster, of Portland, is vice- decided its rights in tb< matters Irish knight to wrest from her tney forget either Lipton or his
|«o®ecrsioi> lh<- i"up that means th« gallnut craft. In turn tl>e crowd
presid«.*iit, und Drake (’. O‘R«*iily,' now [»eliding.
tf .I Bank inz Business Transacted.
of Portland, secretary.
• yachting supremacy
• of the world. I ed steamers ran akmgsi«ir Sbxm-
Dirscturs*. W. V. King, I S (;«<r. Geo. Frr, W. E Trisch.
I.iptonJ nxk and Erin, tnd the vaniwhrd
The met salty (or approvi 1 of the
plans of the company in this in present condition, attractive to set standing on the bridge of the Erin.I reciived almost us much honor re
stance aria«-« from the fact that the tiers, and that i‘. is to the interest led hi® truest! in three hearty huz the victor. At>d thus, felicitations
die state to get «etllere e-t.ibli-h- zas for the successful defe-nrier.
«oiupauy is proc« t d under the pro [of tl
ail around, the 12th series of races
“She is the tatter I mmi ," he said, for tiic old run which the Fchcom-r
visions of the Carey arid land act, «1 in comfortable horn«« there
which wat formally accepted by The general (iovirnment and th«* “and she deserve» to be cheered.” America broucht «ver 50 year.“ ago
State of Oregon by set of the »lute recognize this when they oiler, The »erics of races just closed ended with the l«*.-t of feeling.
U • ♦|»h <»•*!•'*
(J H M ltrld.
K * WTLL5M.
last Winter. Accord iixluccments for rcclainatioti wotks. will always he memorable as the
While taking his defeat gamely.
M a Moudv J
) 1 b«/u*«a |ot fue
i««g to th«* Carey law any jierson. The livestock companies have al- closest ever «ailed for the cup. and ' Sir Th on no- Upton made no at
|>. IX % IHarèburn
corporation or association may eh- realy obtained tlie choicest parts Sir Thom«», although defeat»-«!, will tempt t«> conceal tl»* !.onr»t disap
I i Qwf
F I .laiihar
‘ter into <• ntiact with the Slate of the country, and by means of go home with the ratisfaolion of. pointment m L s ' ii lie talk« d ah«>at
< «f M am W«
Land Board to reclaim any tract of their strategic locations practically knowing that bis golden yacht is tlie races tonight on the Erin.
J It irk «rv>at>
Main Mt —opposite pauk
W M U«U
deicrt (lovenimant laud. Th«; ap- control the Harney Valley for the ablest foreign boat that ever
When asked about his plans for
i<' K WeUett.U
ÌK •. •*«»
plicaut must at Ina own experse | fbetnaelves. Every year the grip cn»w«-<l the Western Ocean. Dur t the future. Sir Thomas sa:d:
make a survey of the section tn be, ol the-«- companies is strengthened ing both se’icH of races not an uu
‘‘It is too early to talk about my
MIMTH IrniCKt MUTHICT
plane. About Shamrock I cannot
M. P rilfnrri
P ybwcu U mk Atturuay.
* »« Mllkrr
plication for cm.trH'-l a map and j tl.c present reclamation plan would Sir Thomas will return to Euglaml decide yet wimt I shall «io, and ax
a L. Mayi4vn.
J >hu u «Jewry,
U • LAVO QFF1CF. HCFW*
plan of tl:«' pr< po-ed recl.m a'.ion keep the ILirnev Valiev b-ng in an by far the uioxt popular of all the to challenging again, it is too t«» ti
/’f'y««. órna <(' Stirpatili.
«Je » W. May**
foreigners who have challenged for tu/hink about Jt.”
with estimates <>1 f first cost undevelpp«^! condition, for it is
Bui uh . Oregon
the Auiciica's trophy.
'II.li e al reaideflee. ‘lisine J *.
HARNF.Y COi NTY
Todav s race, on paper, was tin-
foint Nanator................... J. W. M.wrow i —
The Qii’tn City Furniture Gt,
retidertd available, the area to lx* proi-cmint» necessary to-get water cl *sest of the seriva. but Iwcatise of
I. R tir«« t
Baker City, is reaching in[o
J j«n«' « S :(>ariu«r I«
Co'mi y J ud|(n
covered, e(c. • The contract, wbeli on the land,and t tipi tai would lx tl:«1 tl ikiness of lhe win«! on the
Ktr.iu. m . »
valley after trade, Their
I A. Venator
.entered into by the State Land too a ary to go in w here ot.c j reject • I» at home, us a contest of the tula ‘ad” appears in tuis issue, Read
‘ »I tin«. flagey I
Phyeiciau mill Svrpau.
'Board, ah ill «:*-eatc a Iji^ii for the bad been defeat <1. It would also' live merits of the yachts it is not.
.11 . Itw-kari'MHi
what they have to say.
cost of construction nn I mainten discourage the reclamation of other to be compand with the magnili;
<•••»•» <ivo. KbrU.-j j
It. A Mill«
“(M e-“ ov « t \ <•■ gtly's hardware ance, which shall be valid against districts similarly'.situated. It is cent, truly-run a id rovally-iought.
store, Mu in .St.
the H< |»irate legal subdivisions of alleged that it 1.« quite enough to battle® of Saturday and yesterday.] “Mv Lnbv was (»*rribly sick with
J. C. Ilarlli-tt
Miipt. al Hcliook
the land reclaimed, for the amount allow the livestock companies (o The condition of the Jrace al the the diarrhoea." says J. II. Doak. of
Oeo. AVIitrit f
due as agr< id upon, w ith interest control th« land they actually own; sturt today weri very similar to Williams, Oregon. “Wo were un
l¥ W. I. Marrt -n
gi'iu- a i loua.
at lhe rate of f> per cent from dale that they should 1« govtrned by I , those of vestenluv. The wind was able to cure him w ith the doctqi'«
Ihiltoft IH kk «*
of reclamation. The conditions the conditions of the country and strong ami from the shore, em • assistance, and as a last reyort we
under which ('«ingress grant« the recognize the right of all lhe'so:! broidering the »«< with' foam and 'tried Chamberlain's Cylic. Cholera
Atto rwrye-al ■ Late,
Zustiee al thè Paar*
<». Tante« hi
rUnataftla......................... (feo Ttvr’askit,
fulfilled to projHirtinnate benefits from the. pi'ing tin noswcll—ideal eomlitious and Diarihoea Remedy. 1 am hap
t laudato the state must le
III K\M. OREGON.
py tosav it gave immediate reli«*f
to the satisfaction of the ¡“ccretarv water that may le* available for for the challenger.
C!TV OF «CRN‘4
ÍW“,,l!t.'O iti Rulli building.
a complete cure." For sale l»v
The racers were smt awav be
of the Interior before the trtins- rendering it fertile. Tbit it is not
Horton. Burns: Ft* 1 Haines,
the policy of thes’ate «*r the general. fore th«- wind, each carrying jienal-
action is completed
U «YFS tc SAXTON.
In the Harney* Valley it is pro Government to keep large tracts of ty for crossing the line after the
aio w haves .
jolts a s.txrox. posed to bring about ItiT.OOO acres land umler conditions that operate handicap gun. No otlicial record is
■ t\tXM) notes of the arid land of the is also urged against the uttempl Hied, but the experts with stop
We offer One Hundred tki’lam
Iti RNO, Oil KG ON.
vullev is owned by Willamette to keep irrigatmn out of the Har watches estimated Columbia's I.ami- Renard
AtS.nwj for Sla'» .-«h Hl I lloar.l.
»» m V» for
•« w ease V»»
-V *- » • •• »•••»-«
Vullev A Cascade* Mountain Wagon ney Valley.
¡capat 15 seconds, and Shamrock’s |CI|nnnt beCurni by Hall’s Uaturrh
Th«* irrigation company ho|xs to, at 110 Seconds. The
_ the [Cure.
Road Company, of which Charles
was F. J. ( her.ev A Cc , props.Toledo, W.
Altschul, of San Francisco, is pro
Reusa I xmi !>: No. "0, K of 1*
Marta every rhurad.iv night.
prietor. Half of the ‘Remainder is Board in time to »tart its work this! picturestjue but tlot exciting, The ; We, the undersigned, have know a
F M Jordan. <’ C.
Pacific Livestock Fall. Some of the headworks neces- j big raci rs, like gulls with out- F. J. Cheney for the last 15 »care
Attorney <t Lav,
Notary tubila, owned by the
H Mothvtuhead, K of 11 S.
¡Company. It is understood that snry cannot lx* constructed in th«' stretched pinions, hm! every inch and believe him perfectly honors
Late, Notarial ami Real Retate
Altschul favors the irrigation en Spiing. when the river is high, ami of canva® ®prca«i, »11 their light ble in all business transactions, and
BURNS CH IFTER. KO 40, <>. E. *
terprise, becniise it would open the unless that work cun be dom before sails, including bulging spinnakers financially able to carry out any
M»rtn «econd ami fourth .Monday of
•ach monili in Masonic hill, Vo«>gtly
[country to settlement, and make the Spring freshets the whole plan, and Imlloon jib tojo-ailo. Their obligatio’ia made be his firm.
'ilice in old Masonic building
teuildiny Mm M «ggie Levons, IV. M
hia lands more valua’de and sala will be delayed a ytear. IlDnotj ¡«.•rews were gathered aft to keep the '.V est ,t Ttu ax , Wholesale Drug-
Mrn Kunten Thompson, St-e.
ble. The livestock company, how- pnqwsed at thia stage df the pro heads of the boats up, and there | gists. Toledo, O.
is hostile to the reclamation ceedings tn construct' reservoirs for after, until Hut outer mark was j W. m i>tx'., K ixxaxs M \in ty. Whole
BUR NX LOMIF, NO. 97. A F. A A M. P M JOKPÂX.
bce.iuse the settlement of storing water. That feature max , . reached, it wa* tuerc’y a question I sale Druggists. Toledo, <♦.
Mart« Saturday on or beiovo full moon. I
the country would restrict the free come later when t racticable sites of holding onto the canvas and let
Pi-act irai Lami Surveyor.
Qu«liAe<t l^otlier« fraternally incited, f
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken <«- .
shall l«e available.
<|. E. ID «yon, W. M. 1'. N. ttúster.
acting directly upon the
Notwithstanding that Columbia (¡food and I mucous Bitrl'accs of the
■ holdings are so situated that with
Did you ever examine the line l*at Shamrock bel’dre the wind last system. Price, 75e. per bottle. Bold
<mt extensive irrigation works it
BURNS LODGE, NO. I«, A. O. I . W. g W. MII.LKR.
[has the undisputed use of a large of (tents shoe» carried by N. Brown Saturday, the challenger todav; by all druggists. Testimonials free.
Meets at Brown ball every Friday ev«*-
gained slowly but steadily all the LEali'« Family Fills are <be l»e»t
| amount of public bind, an extent &• E oub ?
fiing Visitiate brothers fraternally in
Notary Public ami Conreyancer,
way out, and rounded 49 seconds
said to be equal to more than it has
gitasi. TfuM. Katfem, IV. M. Chas. N
the defender, having actual-j
I Morirà«*«. Pveil«, Etc., i'flrrvrtly male,
title to. Thu® it has (he use of
Don't lx* satisfied with temporary j
P. T. 'Ihonus, Suiuterviilc, Ala.,
I «linar at atore.
the whole valley under present relief from indigestion. Kodol Dya- ly gained 1 minute and 4 four sec-
whs suffering from dyspe|»»ia
tl 1KNF.Y IXIIMiB. NO. 77. 1. O. <’ I,
1 conditions, though actuiillv owning |»ep-ia Cure permaneaily und com- onds. Immediately after the yachts when I ctmmence«! taking K<xldl
Meets every Katiinlai ewnlnf. It own'»
It hen settlers
waxtkii sKVKitAi. fiksons of ctiAR- j l'
settlers ph'tely rvuioves this complaint. It turnH[ thvir noses into the wind Dvsttepsia Cure. I took several Ixit-
Visiting hrolhera fralernalty in-
relieves permanently because it al-
•cter mid r<w.«l r«*pnfntion in rich •tatctotic in
Frank O. Javkeon, N.G.
... shall occupy the open land the luW9 (|K.‘tlreii Ptolliu\.h IH.rlt.ct rest. for the beat Imme the breeze moder- tics and digest anything, Keddl
th lai ci hi nt v r«fiirv'!)to
V. O'. Fini ill, Heeretary.
old e.dfthll'theil wv«tthy business hoiis«« t»f
r a *r i rt ft u rn«i will I XA ontrnannt.il
,.. The skip-1 Dvspepsia Cure is the only prepar-
fliKib l«tl aUndinx- s*K’ary|IBfl0 nerklv with
itii . t «r grazing
«reft will lx1 correspond- i\*
rest . .i
N'a- ated and ______
CKVvtueM additional, all payable in ntih *»ach
searching for ”*’®n containing all the natural di-
‘ I ingly reduced.
Wvdne»«iai direct from head office». Her*?
I ture receives supplies front the food
TUf.E (NRCLE. NO. HU, WOMEN OF and rarriajteM furui bed. when nee«'»*?*, lief I
. . ..._________ - .. .
Bestivc fluid*. Lt gives weak stom-
wind, wttb the reault that first one ach< <R|irc
rXlcrillg tLur r.at-
This livestock company is said
Wmsivrafl. Meets 2uJ »ml 4tli Tues errnre*. Knciow »elf h idrei’t'd .“tamped en-[
da« at Rrowr.’s hall, Mrs. Tillis.loriisn.
to be exerting an influence to pre the stomach is to us* Kodoi Dy«- woulJ get a lift and tbcxi the other. vral condiei«t. U M. Horton, Rurm»;
Mi». 1st » Whiting.
pepaia Cure, which digests whet
vent the approval of the plans of von eat and can't help but do you At one time Columbia seemed a Fred Hain«*, Karnejr.
The Northwest Livestock and;
the Harney Vallay Improvement g«xd. II. M. Horton, Burna; h\ed mile ahead, when a sudden caul
Wool Growers' Jcurusl und Ttctu«,!
of I1» rriud allowed Sbumrtxk to
Firn* plating dom: by Jo'pei.H*..
C'.'U !■•>’»}•. Tl " w<ir>r fjr in tea Hah ••», He-*»**'*
#2 » vpaz
••a * te a
Geer & Cummins
THE CITIZENS BANK
CUP WILL REMAIN