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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1901.
H, I». M.luDf,', l'*<>|.rU1ur
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BENI ON GETTING'IT
THE PRESIDENT S
bills at^l a concentration of the ir-
rigalio; forces iqxin the- proposed
laws jc jviding for specific enter-
[ prise«, each a* those mention« d.
11 rigai iuiiixt ■ Line I’p for Na
At tic last Mtosiotr <f tlie legisla
in the Housa to any bill such as
tional Legialut ion.
a lew law was paired in re
the Newlacds lull, which is ind< fi
the collection oftaxes which
nite in it» terms. Members u«»<-rt
eifoct on Dcceiuler 1.
tliat under the Newlands bill there
. UMll. and in Mibetan«*« is a« follows:
A dispatch to the Oregou’an of is no know ledge as to w hat amount
j 1. If ton pay r >ur taxes on or
Hardware of Every Description.
the Sth, from Washington savs: of money would be available for
A Pacific cable al once.
before March Lath you will be al-
All of the Western member» of irrigation, and that Congr»«s at.d
A National naval reserve,
lower! a rebate of .’» j<er cent.
CongtrsH are in Washington, atrl the people would be tetter satisfied
A »afe ai.ii elastic eurrency.
2. If you pay your taxes between
Rate-cuttingshould i* prevented. March 1-ah and up Co and in«N tid
there is comode-able speculation with a definite appropriation each
year than to depend uj>on a fluctu
The Nicaragua Ganal is a neces ing the first Monday in April,there
among them as to ahat progress
ating amount derived from the sale sity.
will not lie anv reba'e allowed at <1
will be made this winter with the nf ¡aIHj, Tlw idea of ortating a
Re enactment of Chinese ex neither will there lie any ¡anally
National irrigation movement. The special arid land reclamation fund clusion.
or interest added.
I emphatic declaration in fuvor of fiom the sale* of public lands d-M--
Abolition of convict contract
3. If your taxes are not paid cn
: ilu- construction of irrigation works not seem to I* particu’arlv |*>pular. labor.
or before the first Monday of April,
ami tlx-ir control by tl»« National moil of the older members preferr-' The merchant marine should be
II. C LEVF..NN,
ithey will become definuueat, when
, Government which President Roose ing definite and final action one restored.
will be added a penalty of 10
velt hud in his message will make way or the other in each appropria-' Extension of thv rural free tie-’
I ¡»er cent and the tax will also draw
the National irrigation more or less tion bill.
interest at Ungrate of 12 |.cr cent
The irrigation isle are stronger
an Administration measure, and ax
That anarchists aheuld
kept j er anouill ju addition to the l»en-
HU<*h it will receive more cmisidrra- lllib 5 ear than thev were last vear, out of the countrv.
(i mori/irated )
tion from certain members of Con and they have the added prettige uf
A Cabinet Department of Coan-
•I. If you pay one-half of vour
gress than it did during the lust emphatic Presidential aupftort for tnerce and Industrie*.
on or lx fore the first Montlay
the principle they advocate. There
Enforcement of the eight-hour in April, U>ea the remaining half
All irrigation bill» are presuma are certain general lines, however, law on Government work.
may run up to and including the
biy referred to the and lands com- i under which they will work, and
The Census C.Tiee should lx ma»b- first Monday* ia Oetotxr f»£lowing:
A Ceneial Banking Business Transacted.
i m it lev» in House and Senate. '1 he whatever is accomplished will con a perniatiect Government bureau.
Director»: W. Y. Klng. I. H. G«-« r. Geo. Fry, W E Triach.
but if the last half of tax due is mt
1 chairmanship of both <he»e coin-, form to these lines, many of the de
lie does not cmoineud the reci j ¡»aid bv the first Monday of Octo-
J. (’. Wrlcome.
mittees were given to Oregon last tail* being considered as unimpor procity treaties, but asks attention
■ bur. it becomes delinquent, ai d
vear, ami slide Eastern Oregon is tant. 1 he d-mands are for an in tu them.
there will Le added to such balance
in the arid region and interested in cr<a-ed appropriation for investi-
Four tliousaud additional sea a penalty of 10 jx-r cent, and in
ornau dikbctor »
irrigation, there are other States gri'iou and surveys ; appropriations men uud 1000 additional marines
addition, such balance will bear
far mure deeply concerned in the, am< untit'g to ut bast several «oil should l»e provided.
interest at the rate uf 12 p»-r ceat
progtamnie made in the reclama lion dollars for the butiJiug of a
That in arid states the only per annum from the firet Monday
U. 8, 8x> Alora,
« M MI I.LXM.
r.umljer of irrigation reservoirs, right to water that should be iccog-
lion of dewtl lands.
M a M**»«!«
in April until paid.
i TÍ»«»«« 1«»'
S|««ker Henderson was not look dam« or canal«, which have been nize<i is that of use.
t> It X. ll’.wàbtim
5. On all personal property taxes,
i M wck ' i
ed upon last Winter as particu'ar- selected bv the Geological survey
The Navy needs thisyearjievera! if one half is not paid on or before
1 1 Q—f
K 1 iMnber
Iv fricrdld to the National irrigt-j ns moat desirable , the reservation additional lxttle-shi|>ii and heavy
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r. 8 M«»*r«
the first Munday in April tic law
1 *» • »st r
Represents i-e of all puhlic lands thus improved ar murid eruis<-rz.
J l< ir|nFt«<1»
4'ipt 1* th |h '• »»"Irtit,
pels the «bee f! to levy upon
4 H (ord
Tongue was made chairman of th* by the Gov -rnment fur the exelu.
That anarchy should l»e declared and collect th« same after May 1<’,
ii’ K WMvm»«r
committee of the nrid lands in the rive benefit of actual homestead a crime against the human race by
W A Ma-.rr
to prevent a levy upon per
House Mr Tongue was not only settler», am! the adoption by Co;.- the treaties among civilized powers. hence
property after Mav 1st, it
indifferent to the interests repre gross of the general principle that
u«-ce-saary for one Lalf to be
set ted in his committee but on va- . the reclamation of the arid public turb the business interests of the
M «KSt»F!« « OK AMY
paid as above staled.
w L. Mar «den.
» rious occasions last Winter avoided 1 domain by the Government is as country bv any general tarilFchange
(». The law compete the »heiifT
«too w llay«*
f*t>yni,inn» X' Swrxyenns
eullt-tig the committee together any ! legitimate a public function us the ut this time.
to sell nil lands on which taxes
K ui iih . Orcguu oftener than waa absolutely neces improvement of the rivers ai <1 har-
• »< X rv
That trusts should be supervised i have not been paid, and that such
f^“t»f!i.-.- it eMudence ’l’tim-r gt).
■ hors of the country.
1 w «<««<••
.» .i •*--,«• i-
au<l regulate«!; ChaUfull and aecu. sale shall nut be held Islet than
It seems to be generally conceded
The irrigation advocates, recog
l. “ «»•■«€
rate information regarding them Mar.th 1st of the year in which the
t . • .
nizing this fact, Fecured a reference that considerable progress along
should be made public.
V •114««« Diuo*<Jh r.i<K«<
of eome of th«< irrigation measures these line« will be made during
7. The property will le to'i to
to the public lands committee arid this session of Congress, though
J A Ui«»
•. ti <r *•«•
si cured a iiearing As soon as Mr nothing will be accomplished with
A Ito neyt-nf- / aim *,
h A Miller
Tongue realized this he show«d out a hard fight, and what is ac
hi hx ». ottsmoN.
J<w Buchanan '
i more activity and galvanized his f complished will be merely a be partm«*nt of Agriculture.
.. J. C. Bartlett
H.ipt of Hchool*
A general staff should becreated
committee into some semblance of ginning of the great work which
. tiw». Wllitil f
the Army, and the ¡»resent staff td within three years frem the
lies before the Government in mak-j
IY W L Mann*«
supply departments should be date of
In the Senate the chairmanship ing the remainder 'of the public
L mi Ki<-liai<i»<Mi
|_l IVEK g SIXTOS'
of the committee un arid lands also djuiain salable and habitable.
URO. W RAVK«.
JOIIX O. SAXTON went to an Oregon man, Senator
That the Federal Courts should
“Through the months of June
1 uetim "t the t’e»»-»-
be given jurisdiction over any man and July our baby was teethin'
Simon, who takes merely a per
X« orneys .it-Law,
Ilep. 1‘earrc, Republican, of Mary
who attempts to kill the President and took a running off of the bow
functory interest in such matters
Ul KNA OIIKGON.
CITY '»F Ht'K.NS
land, has proposed a plan of deal
his constituti«>nal successors.
els and sickness of the stomaek.*'
¡of irrigation advocates in both
sa vs 0. 1‘. M. Holliday, of Deming,
what similar to the plan propvsed i Immigration laws should exclude
C . S. HigitS
It»« •» ter
Ind.,“His bowels would move from
House end Senate, the canae is ap
last year by Representative Bab
W A Gowan U^ll.l.UXs* FIIZUKKAI.U
five "to eight times a day. I had a
parently leuderless and lacks in-
(I ('. F«1.-».
cock. The hill authorizes and di
) V. E Ti im-li
bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic. < T ol-
ihiential, persistent workers, about
rects the su«|»ension of tariff duties
Ji ira Fry
üatary Fuhlis. 1 whom
ami Diarrhoea l.etuedy in the
sentiment and effort can
on imports when their sale or man j The MonVoe Doctrine should be
Lau , Notari il und lltal Eotatt
and gave him four drops in
ufticlureare monopolized. Provision I C( nlinued as the cardinal feature
of water and he got
is also made for a commission to
'he foreign policy of all th«* mi-
sage, came out flat footed for the report to the President on the subject tions ot the two Americas, as it ¡s better at once.” ?o’d l>y H. M. 11 of -
tton, Burn»; Fred Haare*, Harney
K i rn * Ixnxia No. 70, K oí P fWOflire in ol«l Masonic building cmiftruction of a few large reset- __
_ _ __ _ ; of the Unit«-«! States.
Meets everv rimrsday night.
, voirs by means of a national ap
Our militia law is obsolete mid
F M. Jordan, C. C.
Deafness Caauut Be Cured.
propriation, such works to remain
yiiHlrrn Surgery Surpassed.
' worthless, and th* organization ‘VtkiU
V.ilhersheaJ, K of It. H.
Ruflerinx frem a bad ea*eof
! under national control. The Pres by local applications, aa they can
p M. JOItDAX,
ami armament of the National pi’ea I consulted a physician win:
ident is emphatically in favor of
UUKN.N (II AFTER, SO Oi, O. KM
Guurd uf the states shoul«l he made advised me to try a box of DeWitt'»
Practical Lami Surveyor.
something being done. This inav the ear. There i« only one way to;
Meets second and fourth .Monday of
identical with those provided for Witch Hazel Salve,” savs G. F.
each month in Masonic h ill, Voegtly
Kura««, Oregaa, lead to a re construction of ls>lh cure deafness. and that is by con-i
t Carter. Atlanta. Ga “I proeuteti a
the regular forces.
building. Mrs M untie Lorena, W. .M
> House and Senate Jcommittee. in stitullonal. remedies. Deafness is
box and wa* entirely cured. I >rWitta
Italian tribal funds should be ■ Witch Hazel Salve is a splendid cure
Mrs. Eiiniee T!»<>«i|»*<»n, Sec.
I such a wa$* as to give them greater caused by an inflamed condition of
g W MULEK,
! strength and importance.
the mucous lining of the Eustach broken up and divided into individ I for piles, giving relict instantlv.aiiJ
KURNS LOlMiF, NO. S7. A. F. « A M. |
ual Imldin's. The number of In ■ I heartily recommend it to all »uf-
It is probable that the Newlands ian Tube. When this tube gets in
Meri* Sutuid« on or Is-tur? full iiKHiti.
Notary Puhlic aul Conreyaaetr,
agencies should be reduced, . fera. Surgery is unnecessary to cure
bill will be re-introduced. This flamed you have a rumbling sound
piles. DeWitt's Witch Haze) Salve
Qiinlitifd lirAtiers iritteewally invite<l,
Martha*«. lto»K Eli1., uirrtOtly mail*.
the ration system a*>olished, ami will cure any ca?e. Cuts, burns,
i E. K- iijt 'I ii , W. M.
F. H. ttieiler, i Oflloa al Slorr.
Hum». Or.'gun. bill provides that all of the money or imperfect hearing, and when it
is entirely closed deafness is the re- the Indian treated as an imiivilual. bruises and all zv'at-r wcunds are
1 toceived from the sale of public
That tl«* F««d«ral Goyerament also quickly cured by it. Beware of
lands in the arid states shall be suit, at.d unless the inllamation
counterfeits. Citv Drug Store. II M.
Bt ItNS LOIHiF., NO. «’>, A. O. U. W.
used fur the building of irrigation can be taken out anti this tul>e re- should build great storage works to Horton, prop;Fred Hsanes, Harner.
Mects af Itru-rn ball ev*iv Fridav «ve- ;
AAAAAA u 60 YEARS*
' i normal condition, reclaim large arid region; that these
works; these works to beeonstruct- stoicd to its
Vi itini brotiiera irat« rnally ili-’
lie destroycl forever; lands shotthl bs reserved by the
ed and operated by the National
vitati. Tinta. Szgt‘rx, W. M. Cha». N
You are assured of a go >d tine
, Government, Tl»e appearance of nine cases out of ten arc caused by Government for actual settlers;
the Band boys ball 'Christina*
this bill will undoubtedly had to catarrh, which is nothing but an and that the cost should, so far ns
Ifccause thev know how ts
fllKNKY LOOUF, NO 77, I. «». O F.
the introduction of what is known infldtiud condition of the mucous pnssil»ie. be repaid by the land re- ' bring off these events.
Meetseverv Saturdav evvning,R uwn's
an the “State Engineer« Bill,” surfaces.
Visitina biotti.m iratnrnally in-
roani ma osa
A full line^f Lidies Jaekebt in
Frank O. Jackson, N. (I.
We will give One Hundred Doi-1 That the fucictioes «-xereistd by
which provides the same kind of a
(*. G. Mini* li, Recretary.
Anvolti «RBlttur atkrtehiM <lf>«crtptlan majr
case of ________
,______ the Genet al Land Office and I’uit- black, tan, blue and brown. Some-
fund from the same source as does ___
quh'kly ;w«wt4ih» onr oiHirtwM ire« whether an
IwreMltou la fiT'sbably pati MitHe. r<m»iu»»nioa-
cured ed States Geological Survey ia re- thing good and at prices that will
UoMMrkOT «vMMMe tHRl.
TBltt CIRCLE. N->. M3. WOMEN OF A«at frea. <VM«M uecii«*y fot wrcurtnR j * u 1< m * u .
foe g.ird to the forest reserves thou Id please. N. Brown it Sons,
Woodcraft. Moeta Sad aad 4th V.iea- rpatarf aot'PR, «rlthout < l»»ry>. In thè
be given to the Bureau of Forestry; j
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d .V at Brows’* hull. Mrs. Tilló Jordan,
in the liands of the various state
Mr*. Ione Whiting,
¡authorities. A light betweea the F. J. Cheney A Cc , props. Toledo, O. that the «ienCitie bureaus should
A hatMlftoenely HluatrMart weekly. ldtr<Mi dr
TM KiiJlM Kin A
ne tali« >n of nny •ctentAM* |u«rtiiu. Tcrn»«, A' *
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
be put under the Dr partinent
advocatos of these two measures
»♦ar ; T<<«r 'nontha, |L Hot J tifali nowatle^lrri.
'might lead to the defeat of both Hall’s Family Pills arc tbc liest. A/ricultnre.
Geer & Cummins
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