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BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1901.
II. I». Wrl»t/r». I'iagrletor
I l,»a. M < uuki.... IMItor and
er than at Portland, but it is not
permiseion to practice until March
first-clasB hay. It« name iri com
merce it "Puget Sound hav,” and
The permits, it is alleged, were
it i« always quoted lower than!
not numbered with the seriw! or
Eastern Washington hav. At
any number, as in the <:*««« where
present the difference in price bo- Menutor .Jones, of Nevada, Goes licenses were ir.sued. and were not
Back to Old Party.
Nrnator Mltclirll Tuiicbrn Up tween the two grade* is about $3
recorded in the registry of licenses.
th«* War L'rpartmrnt Over per ton. The Eastern Washington
Volp accepted the permits with the
HhlpiiK-uta tu th«- PblHppiuea
arid Oregon product sic of equal |
agreement to qualify himself, and
grade, and sell practically atthel
that he would at the expiration of
Hardware of Every Description.
same price. When tho Govern-1 A dispatch of the SGlh says Ur.it- the limited timo present biurelf
Portland is out for a square deal merit buys bay at Seattle it gets ed States Seuator John P. Jones, i tor examination.
“Puget Sound hsy." a product of
in the matter of purchase and ship
of Nevada, has made theannounce-; Prior to March 30, 1895, it is
inferior quality and cheaper than
charged that Volp changed tbo
men’. of supplies Io the srrnv in the standard grade Therefore the nient to his friends that the evolu-1
permit granted to hitn in June
the Philippine«. This is right, and War Department gives the com-| tion of political iesr.es found him 1891, and erased the time limit,
ir> her efforts she has tho bucking pl reent excuse that hay is cheaper again in ulignrnent with the Re “December, 1891,” and presented
himself to the present Board of
of the whole state, as while it would at Puget Sound than at Portland. publican party.
Medical Examiner» and said he
benefit her in a way, it would also
a Evented physician, and the
bring the market closer to Oregon
The price of Willamette Valiej tertained in the past,” said the board, believing his statement, re
farmer«. The Oregonian in speak hav in commercial bjles at Port
H. <’. I.KVENH,
JOHN W IllGGH. 1'reai lrlil,
Senator, “and my return to the corded the «lice a« required by
< i E' » >■ it V . < »... • i
ing of the discrimination against land right iiow is 112 per loti. Republican partv does violence to; the act of 1895; Volp thereafter, ii
Porttand in favor ol th« Sound Eastern Oregon and Wasaing‘on none of thoae convictions 1 am as > is alleged, obtained a certified copy
Lav is quoted at 413 per ton. Bari- sincere a believer in the doctrine of of the of the record from the County
ports, in a recent issue says:
"The War Department has ad road charges, and not better qnality, bimetalism as when I left the Re Cieik and filed ii with the County
mitted that it can buy oats for cause the difference iu price, for publican party solei v for that cause, C’erk of Harney County; that
( I ncurporated )
shipment to the Philippines more the Valley product is the very best and, were the conditions today as May 23, 1900, the Medical Board
cheaply at Porttand than at Puget that grows—a fact which any ofli- tlz n, 1 would be numbered among ' filed a charge that Volp had fraud
Sound. But it declares that the cer of the Government will admit, those dufending it. The cnormom-: ulently obtained their indorse
of hay is so much higher ut At S-atlle, however, b st hap, com- output of gold, however, ha« ac ment to the permit which he re
A Cc neral Banking Business Transacted.
Porttand that the money saved on niercial bales. Eastern Washington complished what bimctaliem would ceived in 1891, ae. ved hitn with a
Directors W. Y. King, 1 8. Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E Triach.
purchase of hay at Puget Sound product, sells for il-l per ton Her.* have accomplished.
The silver copy of the complaint, and after a
J. C. Welcome.
are face to hearing Januacy 4, 1901, revoked
—a a «**•••• o a ••• •
■ w a •••*«•«••••••••wo a •
price« of oat* at Porttand The land market for hav is cheaper face with oiherissv.es. I Lave al-1 his license.
This defence is made in view of
department asserts, in other words, than the 8«aide If Seattle mer ways acted with the republican
that it can suv« money to the Gov chants w« re compelled to furnish party upon every question but, the decision of Judge Frazer that a
PROF E88ION A I. C A R1)S
'eminent by loading a carcu of hay the Government with high grille silver. I believe that in the align medical license once issued is good
and oats at Puget Hound instead of hay, they would be $! above the ment of political parties partiesto- j for all time, and'not subject to lin -
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Portland, because the difference Portland market P.ut by foisting day the Republican party is the • itation, and can only be revoked
M« M qo S v J
' in hay prices in favor oi Puge(,| “Puget Sound bay" upon Uncle only one in touch with the econo after a trial and conviction for any
D K X Hlarkbura
Sound i- greater than the differ I Sam they have an apparently low mic progress of the 20th century.” o3e use enumerated in the statute.
T. I <»••>
F. I UuBbar
ence in oat ¡trices in favor of Port i er market thin Portland, and the
Aakel whether he would be a
C S Moor«
for re-election, Senator Ontario Arg'is.
J II A<-ktr«i«i>
Main St —opposite Bank
W l< t-««<l>
J. G. South, superintendent of
crinn .a'.iun against this city is the in with them in the deception.
<r F Wolr«»u.»
Senator Mitchell has entered in “I will answer that candidly. the F. G. L. S. Co., is in front Har
moldy < xettse that the Porttand
s. B mr
harbor cannot receive the targe. to the problem vigorously. lie da Nothing would delight me more ney county to superintend the
HIM TH JUDICIAL . DIST«|cm
draught vessels in the trans sirca to hare the whole matter than that tume strong Republican shipment of fome 2,000 head ef
MARIDEN A OKABY
M D. Oil «hr.r
<}|rr«ll J k 4<«.
port service. The deparltuett scetus threshed over here and at Wash I whom we can elect would come out beef cattle sold by the F. G. I,. 8.
W L- Mar,d,u.
John W Osary,
V S I.AMD OFriCK MVRNa
to overlook the fact that several of ington. He says he is bent upon as a candidate for the Senate, and (. o. to Frye-Bruhn 4 Co., of Seattle.
Physicians <(' Surgeons
Uao w ||ay»a
District Attorney Wiliiwuz Mil
Burna, Oregon. these largest ships have loaded at getting things straightened out. I will support him with all my
ler l“ft yesterday morning by pri
Portland and that vessels equal in
jjA) Ortica st residence. 'Phone 20,
vate conveyance for Burns to be
size to tbs greatest of them have he will go into the matter thorough
J. W Morrow
I .ml Hsnaior...........
I. H Gr-sr
conic here and gone with full, car ly, and if explanations are not sat- PERMIT NOT A LICENSE. in attendance on circuit court
” R siwhs •alaliy*
Janie« Hparrow H . ELEES. M. I»
| ¡«factory he will introduce n reso
which convenes thero Monday next.
I A. Venator
lution in th« Senate foi an invest? Novel Defeuse Made by State Mr. Miller was accompanied by
Com m < »«inner»
) G«*o. 11««»«
Physician and Surgeon.
brought out by Senator Mitchell's gation. The Oregon delegation in Medical Examiner» in a Suit. I Thos. Jones.
It. Rk-hari aon
Attorney Will R. King returned
oflort to have Portland fairly rccog Congress is a unit in the matter for
1 yesterday from Portland where he
R. A Miller íW~< tfficr over Voegtly'« hardware nixed in the competition for sup vigorous action."
.... J«o Biwhatian
of Dr. Heinrich Volp against the had bten oti legal business before
«tore, Mitin 8t.
plying the Government with forage|
. ... J.C. Bartlett
Su pt of Schools
Oregon State Board of Medical Ex the United Stales circuit« ourt. In
«upjdics for the Philippine.«. When I
The laws of lioaltb requite that aminers, asking that the action ofj
company with Judge Lionel P.,
Senator Mitchell returned from Eu the buwel« move once each dav and
Ur W L M»r»d<-n
DIOUA A BIOOS
Webster, of Portland, he left this
Slock ln»|M«< tor
one of the penalties for violating | declared to be illegal, the novel <le-
J. W Biggs.
for Durus to attend circuit
this law is piles. Keep vour bow- fensc ik made that the board adopt
convenes at that place
Inetto» nt tlis Peace
«ils regular by taking a doee of ed a rule of granting permits to
.... Goo Tregaakia
the Senior's inquiries,
Cht.niberlain’« Stomach and Liver persons to practice medicine who!
J. J. Donegan.« prominent busi-
partmet.t disavowed any intention
CITY OF BURNS.
in Bank building.
Tablets when necessary and vou were lacking in some particulars
C. E. Kenyon.
to discriminate against Portland, *
! ncss man of Burns, was in Onia- c
will never have that severe punish It is said that Volp twice failed
and said lh«t cheap ess in buying
ment inflicted upon vou Price 25 to pat-s an examination sufficiently yesterday en routo to Portland.
C. H. Biggs.
lYPS À SAXTON
Mr. [Donegan was agreeably sur
W A. Gowan
cent«. For sale bv H M. Horton,
The two chief Burns; Fred Haines, Ilarnev Citv good 'o entitle him to a license, prised to note the general prosperi
OIO W HAYKH
JOHN O SAXTON. cause for preference
l J C. Foley.
'vV. E Tii*'b.
but just the same was both times ty evident among our people at d
reasons for Portland's losing the
Attorneys at-La te,
given a ¡»ermit vestir.g him author I the substantial growth of our little
business complained ofaretheov.es
outlined above. The department
Did you ever examino the line ity to hang cut a doctor’s sign and i
gag* Allora,) far Stale SehMtl Board.
even went a<> far to show its good of Gents shoes carried by N. Brown do the best he could.
The Board of Medical Examiners
will and to satisfy Portland as to X Sons?
“Through the months of June
now composed of W. II. Saylor,
order a tranaport here, the Adato,
Ben** I.OPUK No. 70, K of P yyiu.tAMs a nrzosaiLu
and July our baby was teething
P.vron E Miller, W E. Carll, A. B.
Menta every Thursday n'ght.
on the v ry dav Senator Mitchell
and took a running off of the bow
F. M Jordan, C C.
and H E. Currey, and thev
Attorney at Law.
Mulsry Publia, investigated the matter.
and sickness of the stumaok."
8. M.itherahea.l, K of It. H.
sader has since been ordered to by local applications, as they can were appointed under the act of say« O P. M. Holliday, of Deming,
Law, Notarial and Real Relate
not reach the diseased portions of 1S95
! take the place of the Adato.
BURNS CHAPTER, NO. 10, <>. E. H.
Ind. “Ilia bowels would move from
Tho answer refers to the medical
the ear There is only one way to
.Meets second and fourth Monday of
five to eight times a day. 1 had a
•ach month in Masonic hall, Voegtly
' authorities soon melts away into cure deafness, and that is by con acts passed in 1889 and 1S91, and bottle of Chamberlain’s Calic; Chol
building. Mrs. Maggie l.evena, W. M. ¿WOOTicein old Masanic building genuine favoritism when the facts stitutional remedies.
Deafness is states that ‘he former board, in era and Diarrhoea Remedy in tho
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Sec.
of order that no hardship might be, house auil gave him four drops in
are understood. It has been proved
worked or injustice done those ap-1 a tcaspoonful of water and he giH
to the Government, and is admit ted,
BURMH LODGE, NO. »7, A. F. «A M. p M. JOUDAN,
plicants fur license who might in
that prices of oats arc much lower
Marts Saturday on or before full moon.
better at onoc." Sold by II. M Hor
branches pa«s examinations i
here than at Puget Sound So
Qualified brothers fraternally invited,
Practical Land Surveyor.
ton, Burns; Fred Hx'nee, Harney
(I. K. Kenyon, W. M. F. H. Rieder,
much lower are they that Portland or imperfect hearing, and when it required, but in other branches
I dealer« can
win business from is entirely closed deafness is the re might not be able to pa«.«, adopted
Eruption», cuts, burn«, .sew I da
Seattle bidders even when they sult. anti unless the inllumalion a rule that no license be issued, but
tore» of all kindsquickly heal*
BURNS LODGE, NO. W, A. O. U. W. g W M1LI.KR,
have to «hip oats to Puget Sound ' can be taken out and this tube re
ed by DeWitt’« Witch Hazel Salve.
Meets at Brown hall every Friday eve
at an expense of 12 per ton rail stored to its normal condition,
ning Visiting hrolliera fraternally in-
Certain cure for piles. Beware of
Notary Public anti Conveyancer,
vited. Thus. Sagars, W. M. Chas. N.
road charges Several weeks ago hearing will be destroyed forever: pare thcins dves in such branches Counterfeits. Be «ore von get the
Mortane««, Detds, Bus, correctly mode.
original—DeWitt’s. H. M. Horton,
a comparison of bids at Portland nine cases out of ten ate caused by as they might be deficient iu.
Office al Store.
June 13, 1891, it i« asserted that Burns; Fred Haine«. Harney. ,
and Seattle was given in this paper, catarrh, which is nothing hut an
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F
and it showed that the Govern inflamed condition of the mucous Volp, under said rule, w as granted
Meets every Saturday evening, Bown’s i
a permit to practice medicine until
No um to say much about "Queen
WANTED-«VP.« Al PF.KHONS OF CHAT.- ment can buy oats here 12 50 per surfaces.
Visiting brothers fraternally in
sciar and good reputation tn each ,tate(»n<i lu
Frank O. Jackson, N. <J.
We will give One Hundred Dol- December, 1891, and that he might Quality" in Ladies «hoes; you know
thia county ran ni radilo r«pr»»«nt and a<lr«rtl»e ton cheaper than at Puget Sound.
C. (L Smith, Mecrotary.
nld «itabll'had w,althy biuln«»» hnu.r of »»lid
The War Department says that tars for any case of Deafncssfcaused in the meantime perfect himself in what thfey are. N. Brown A Sons
Snsnclal atanding Malary $1« 00 «»akly with
axpanta» additional, all parsble in cash raeli
Wauna.ilay direct from head oOleaa. Horta* 1 Seattle offers hav so much cheaper by catarrh)thut cm not be cured the studies in which he was im are Agent«.
TUI.E CIRCLE.. NO. 105, WOMEN OF and carriage, fiirnUhvd, wh»u ,M«>urr Hef
Woodcraft. Meet« 2nd and 4th Tues I «roue»«. K iic I om >,lf addremed »lumped en than does Portland that the Gov- by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for perfect.
day at Brown’s hall. Mrs. Tillis Jordan, velope. Manner, tit Caston Building, Chicago, 1 eminent can afford to pay the circulars, free.
V'ANTED- TRt’JTWOKTHY MÏX AN
March 2, 1892, it is stated that
wuiuvu to lr*»«L sud sdisrlUe far old e>tal>-
Mrs. Ione Whiting,
llahsd ho'i«« ol «olid Inacciai »landing.
f7SOe >• r and «ipe.ua*. all pa/abia lu aaib.
The Northwest Livestock and
board. His examination was again Ku vsnvuaiug raquirsd. Ulva releranca* sud
1 This is fallacy. Hay is provided
Sold hy Druggists, .'5c.
anclo.» »,ll-a<idre,*sd »laaipeu eov«lope<C
Wool Growers'Journal and Heme,
unsatisfactory, and he w»< granted a.44r»»«#•>»«<«.
■ at Pug» t Sound |3.5O per ton cheap Hall's Family PHta are the
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