Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, January 25, 1902, Image 1

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Published in the
Graatoat Valley of Eastern Oregon.
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The Oldest and Most
Reliable.
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The Best Advertising
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Medium.
Valley Items
VOL. 18.
II. I>. Molnijip, rfoprl^lur
II imm . N. < «>« lirwitr. Kill tur ■»»•I Muurigrr,
BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. JANUARY 25. 1902.
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Ml* SfnntliN 75 Ont«.
WASHINGTON NEWS
NO.9,
Revised Election Laws.
lamia are fixed by the actual con-)
struotion of the road. When the
The revised election laws of Ore­
road was constructed tho limits
gon provide, among other thing«
wi'hin which withdrawals coubl be
I for the registration of all voters
made
were
definitely
fixed,
and
Tin- Week's Work and Doings before they shall be qualified to
The Willamette Valley W sroii
within
such
limits
the
company
vote at the coming conntv and
of the Oregon Delegation.
Atoad Gets IS,000 Acre».
state elections to be held on June
had tho unqualified right of selec­
tion from any of the sections desig­
2, 1902. The principil sections of
nated by odd numbers, save such
the law on this point follow:
Secretary Hitchcock, of the De­ as had been reserved for the Unit­ Washington, Jan. 17.—Chairman
“Section
It shall bo the duty
Hardware of Every Description.
partment of lb” Interior, recently ed States prior to the passage of Burton, of the rivers and harbors of every elector in the state of Ore­
rendered a very important decision, the oct making the grant.(Willam­ committee, to«lay stated that tbc gon between the first Monday in
OHIGGON.
IIVRNN,
river u id hurbor bill that is now January, 1900, and 5 o'clock p. m.
affecting u large number of people ette, etc., 42'J L. IJ., 314.)
In the rase lust cited the depart- being framed must not be larger i of the fifteenth day of May 1900,
in Eastern Oregon and involving u
I ment said :
and between the same dates end
than the bill reported by his com­
very large acreage of land. The
“Surely- after the limits were
hours biennially thereafter, to reg­
ease is that of the Willamette I al­ I fixed by the construction of the; mittee at the last session. This i? ister with Fotne notary public or
ley A Cascade Mountain Wagon road, tho lands from which the taken to mean, that the mouth of jnstico of the peace, or with tho
Rood Company vs Alfred Erickson ! grants was to be sntisfied were not the Columbia will receive a $600, county clerk of the county in
which the elector resides, in ac­
et al. Among the parties associat­ of tho class generally known a» CXXJ appropriation.
• ««« 0 •••« swyowo • ©*• e <«•••
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public
land?.
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They
were
enciim-
cordance
with this act.”
It
wa«
suggested
by
members
of
t
ed with Erickson were the owners
1Î.C. LEVENH,
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£
JOHN W. BIGGH. President,
'
bered
by
this
right
of
selection.
The
law
further provided: “If
the
committee
that
if
this
rule
is
to
of The Dull« » Military Wagon Road
Vive President. •
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GE I. J RY, Cashier.
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which,
when
exercis«
«1
would
com-
the
clerk
refuses
to enter the name
be
followed
it
will
not
be
possible
Cutnpanv. whose grant cross 's that
plete
the
identifieaiion
of
the
Land
of
any
qualified
elector,
such elec­
to
secure
th«
a«l«>ptiun
of
the
<anal|
of the plaintiff. The case wus be­
to
which
a
present
title
passed
at;
tor
may
proceed
by
mandamus
to
project for the Columbia between i
gun in 1884, and was fought vigor­
the
date
of
the
granting
act.
compel
him
to
do
so.
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Also
that
The Dalles and Celilo, but Rcpre-,
ously for several years, Williams,
tt
“'1 be withdra wal of the land? by sentatlve Mcody insists that the every elector may be registered
(Incorporated )
Wood A- Linlbccutn, of Portland,
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BURNS.
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representing the plaintiff, and \\ ill The Dulles Military Roa«J Coin-' committee can, without any new without charge by personally ap­
OltKGON.
R. King, of Biker City, the de- 1 pany nas nut made until December' appropriation, adopt the canal pro- ■ pearing in the office of the Bounty
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’ 14, 1871, and was not received at jectof Captain Harts and turn clerk and after being sworn proper­
1 feudarits.
The caac rrris tried liefore the th«- local office until January, 1872 ' over for immediate use the $200,., ly. stating ihe facts as to bis name.
o A General Banking Business Transacted. ■J
Land Office Department at VaUr. Tbs l.'tmls in conllict arewiti»'n! !0(X) balance remaining unexpend- aye, occupation, state or county of
•» Directors: \V. Y. King, I. S. Geer, Geo. Fry, \V. E. Triacb.
in 11198, and was then referred to the indemnity limits of The Dalles cd from the boat railway. It is |bi* birth, and whether naturalized,
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* J. C; Welcome.
I ) the Geneial Land Office, and finally Military I’oad. At the date of the now certain that nothing beyond ant^ ** 80- t-‘e place or court anil
•<-« <» »<«••«.•••• e e o»« ••• •© ■* e •
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to tho Secretary of the Interior. withdrawal the r< a«l r.ftb \Villum- this can be had, and tiiis only after PaPrrs relating thereto, also tire
exact place of present residence,
The decision affects a large num­ et«e Valley Company had bc-Lii a very persistent flght.
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i giving precinct, section, township
OFFICIAL DllCBCTOBt.
PROFESSIONAL ’(’ARDS.
ber of claima its in Malheur County« cu:fttrtic!<<l oppr;.iie the land in
Senator Mitchell anys that in- and range, or by specifying iht
ami the Willamette Valley <t Css- coritroverry, a«.d the map of I hat
• t ara or oheoon .
vestigationth.it
lie has made re- name of town, with street and lu-
portion
of
the
construet>
«1
road
was
cade Mountain Wagon Road ( om-
V. » »»«i«»!«.
(ta.»ph Stenn« 1
yarding
the
Panama
Canal cnn-{catiOn of dwelling or boarding
|J V* MrHriJr
Il W.Ml’t.LSX.
pany benefits by it about 18.000 to filed in jour ofliie July 10, 1871.
Cootmomeu.
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The right of ibis company was not vinces him that it is thoroughly i house, aleo his ability to write Us
1 TÎ
Toi »u«
l 20.000 acres.
AM»rhey Genrrxl.
D U >’ Ö lark Lu to
affected by that withdrawal as to impracticable, and that, if the Gov-¡name or mark hialalloL If an
PHOTOGRAPHER.
In
behalf
of
Eriokson
et
al.
it
Onvarh.sr.
T. T. G««T
the
lands in controversy. The de ernnunt should purchase it, it j elector is unable to register in tl>e
»•arala« ’ al »te«r.
V 1 Uunbar 1
wa« contended that the withdrawal
HtaU* I rcaearer,
<' •• Moot« :
Uurni, Oregon.
would have endless litigation on its office di county clerk, ‘ he may reg-
ei»ion
of your office is affirmed.
of land fur Tho Dalles Military
•«ipt Pot» intlrtieilo»,
J H Arkarman
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hamls and many difficulties to en- ¡¿ter without charge before a notarv
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HITCHCOCK,
Main St.—op|hMiito Bank.
»14to Printer,
w- R IXMsd»
' Wagon Road Company wis exj»t-
-' inter before all of the claims , public or a justice of the
in
“
Secretary.
•n»* «tf th<* time the Willamette
tèuprame Judit»«.
a:id
contentions
could
be
settled,
the
county
in
wl.ich
he
resides
by
» ft U’ \ • V
m Road C
xixTH JUi ;i
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The thorough investigation which using one of the blankb designate«!
¥ J**
I'uL-la lllffh
Jf -« VI
tv t’j
ct.
Cireuti J ««de«.
[
the
inter-oceanic canal committee no
» section 3, of thia
as Lilsat.lr
blank ••A
"A'' ’’ in
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M
bit. ¡4» not
FraaceuUn« Alternar
TV I, Mar»4vo,
J > .u W Geary
:ted bv j i iJ giving to all propositions is such act, filling out the Blank in such ar
r ? 1 MB
Section one of the r.
t.' j < • w ♦, h < i r 3
ilegtater.
0>o. W. Hay yr
/’Ayjvtaii» <C burgeon».
tne last legislature to declare eer-! that lie bf-lievcs all lawyers of the way as to afford ull the information
t*r named company
l.aatear,
Cha«. Xawrll
Rutili, Oregon
that of the former by eight months.' tain thoroughfares to be county I j Sanate will b? convinced that u which he ought, otherwise ,to give
HARNEYCOuNTY
gnat mistake would be made to to the cleik.”
^O“,’T:ce ut realdenr«. Thone JO.
The decision in pat t is a* follows: | roads, reads as follows:
lotet Itenator.........
J. W. Monowi
It should be remembered .that
“All roads or thoroughfares not accept the offer of tho Panama
“It is urged by tLe appellants
” lleyrew’alatiV» .......... .I. 8 Geer«
Canal
Company,
and
tiiaU
even
il
all
voters must register if they
County Ju>l<<'
... . Jamea 8|>arrow 1
that at the data the withdrawal heretofore legally established with­
no
mor.ev
were
involved,
other
( A Venator glGQ^ A JHOtti.
wish
to veto, whether thev have
received at tho local office thc; in the state of Oregon, that may
LommlMloa»r.
)
IGgey
complications
arc
sufficient
to
con
­
registered
at previous election* or
J W Bitgd.
D a II ou Bi/ffi.
lands had been withdrawn for the have heretofore been used, or may
Clerk
.................... II. Riclian'aon 1
demn
the
acquistion
of
the
canal
'
not.
Former
regiatra'ious are now
'benefit of The DuEes Military Rond hereafter be used for a period of
Wioriff ................................ Geo. flhrltey
Alt irn'nt-ai-I.'iw,
property
by
the
United
States.
An
void
by
limitation.
' Company, which was not revoked ‘ ten consecutive years or more I ▼
Bt'KNR. ORKOOX.
Aanranor .. ...................... J«*> Buchanan !
'until August IS, LSS7, and-hence the general public for the purpose effort lias been made to make it
In-his official report J. H Pac­
Hupt, of Hchoo*....................... J.C. Bartlett £eF"oni.-»- in Bank Luil-ling.
the withdrawal for the.benefit of. of travel without interference or appear that the President favors
Biirveycr .............................. (teo. TVliitii g
the
Panama
route,
but
this
does
ker,
stock inspector of Baker county
the Willamette Valley A- Cascade protest, arc hereby declared to be
Coronar................
Dr. W L Marcjen
says:
“The sheen on an average
not
seem
likelv.
The
President
is
•*
Mountain '.Vsgon Read Company county roads.”
Klor-k Intpoi tor............. Ixin Richardson
QgC W I! A Y Ft
look
very
well. There has been
urging
speedy
action,
and
has
told
Tliis law will materially aficct
jdid not operate upon the lands in
BURNS PRECINCT.
•Jo,
000
or
30.01)0
sheep drove from
Smators
intereste
!
in
an
isthmian
many residents of the county who
j conflict.
J Italica <>( the Pasca............ D. faniraon
Attorney At-Lau\
Idaho
to
Baker
county
to feed thia
canal
that
he
very
much
desire?
«'»itatabl«........................ Grò Tregaskis
The withdrawal for thia com have not heretofore fenced their
lit’ItMl. or EGON.
winter.
The
reason
of
this Inn
legislative
action
at
this
session.
pany was made upon maps of con rt.nchee and across which there
fW*" Attorney fer 4ia*.u Sch aol Board.
CITY OF BURNS.
told,
is
that
sheep
men
cannot
feed
The
Panama
people
have
been
Mavor
C. E. Kanyon.
struct« d road after they had been has been a road in general i se for
,
siithin
one
mile
of
a
house
in
Idaho.
eagerly
waiting
for
a
favorable
re
Marshall
Joa,. Card well.
filed in the General Land Office the past ten years. Such a thorough­
Reorder
C. 8. Biggs. U^HlUlí«* FtTZGKXÁl.0
t he withdrawals of June 2 1871, fare under this law is made a public port from the commissiou. but If this is the Jaw in that country. I
Teaauror
W A. Gowan
were made upon 'he second and highway, and cannot be changed even such a report is not likelv to for one thev will stay with it. as. it
i 1
Foley.
ThAralAB WilHamn,
M. Fìtigffrald,
____ will be? the means of making a bt-P
,i influence men who are determined
Cean<Bm»n
)iV. E Trieeb.
AMoiaiyAl Law,
.xoiary Publie, third maps of constructed roads, at the pleasure of the owner of the
p ,eo. Fry
which were filed in the General land which it cresses. Where such to have a canal, and those wl ho be- kter market for hay in Oregcn ”
XGeo. Mballoy.
Lam, Notarial and Real Ertati
Land Oflice November 2, 1870, a road exists the owner of the' lievc with Senator Mitchell 1 will A Prominent Cbieagu AVuiuan '»peak«
Practice.
ami January 30, 1871, r •«pec’.ively. property that it crosses will huve!st^‘ insist upon the Nicaragua
Prof, lloxa Tyler,ofChicago Vice
Burna, Oregon.
I.odg* l*lr»«l«ry.
President Illinois Woman's Alliance
¿•"Office in ohi Masonic building The second map showed tho con I Ito regularly petition the countyiroulc-
structed road to range 33 east, and I j court and obtain an order before.
The PadjU Co,gt nifAlbcr9 ofl I in speaking of ChamlxTiaiul6'Cough
B« «X« lamas No. 70, K of V
x. .' j ST.-' Meets every Thursday night.
the third map to range 40 east,) Ihe <an legally change the road ,Congrcs8 Rrc not (Q be de.erre<i I Remedy, says: “I suffered with a
«ÍP/
F. M. Jordan, C C.
which was the extent of the with-1 | elsewhere.
p a. jordan .
from urging a very drastic Chinese severecoid this winter which threat
Mother«liead, K of It. 8.
drawal of June 2, 1871. The fourth ,
exclusion bill by the representa­ ened to run into pneumonia I tried
There is more Ca’arrh in tins
Practical Land Surrcyor.
map of constructed road; from rance
BURNS CHAPTER, NO. 4». O. E. 8
tions that China consider such leg different remedies but 1 seemed to
10 east to range |7, was filed in' ' section of the country than nil other isl it ion an affront. and the Mitchell; i grow worse and the medicine up#vt
ltu run. Oregon.
Meets wcond and fourth Monday of
tho,General Land Oflice July 10, diseases put together, and until the Kahn bill will be urged before both my stomach. A friend advised me
each monili in Maaonic hull, Voeglly I
building. Mr« Maggie Leven», W. M
1871, and it was upon that i\iap last few years was suyposed to be Senate and House committees. to try Cbainberljriu'sCough Remedy
Mrs. Runfie Thompson, Sec.
that
tho withdrawal of July 10, incurable. For a great many years j There is some doubt, however, a- I and I found it was pleasant to take
g XV. Mil I.F.R.
1874,
was made. But the right of doctors pronounced it a local di-i bout the Pacific Coast people being and it relieved me at once. I am
BURNS LODGE, NO. 97, A.F. « A M.i
Notary Public and Cenvtyancer,
the
company
to make selection? 1 sense, and prescribed local remedies, able to have their way in this mat­ now entirely recovered, saved a
Meets Saturday on or before full moon.
from
nil
the
odd
sections embraced and by constantly failing to cure ter, as Eastern Senators and Rep­ doctor’d bill, time mid suffering,
MortfAge«,
1'ovtlx,
Etc,
cerrteily
made.
Qualified brothers fraternally invited, I
Off!oe al giure.
Mur hu, Oregnu.
within tho limits ofsix miles of with local treatment, pronounced it resentative are inclined to be very and I will wcv?r be without thia
E. Kinyon, \V. M. F. 8. Rieder, I
Science has proven
the road a? constructed, which bad ucnrablo.
Seay.
, moderate in Chinese legislation, splendid medicine again. ’’ For sale
not been heretofore reserved to the catarrh to be a constitutional di­ and think that a bill simply ex­ ' II. M. Horton, Burns; Fred Haines,
ÍM’RNS LODGE, NO. 98, A O. V. W.j
United States by the act of Con­ sease, and therefore requires con­ cluding Chinese or re-enacting the Harney Citv.
M «t» «t Brown hall ev»ry Frlday cvn- j
SO YEARS*
gress
or other comtietent authority, stitutional treatment. llnllsCatarrh | Geary law will be ail that is neces­
ning VlHÍting lirother» frulcrnslly In­
EXPERIENCE
did
nut
depend upon such with­ Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney sary. At the time the Geary law
NOTICE—Those who hold re­
vitad. Tlio». H«g«ni, W M. Chus. N.
drawal,
nor
was such right affected A- Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is the only was passed there were persons urg­ ceipts for the Northwest Wool-
Cochrnn"', Reoorder
by the withdrawal of the lands fi r constitutional cure on the market. ing more drastic legislation than ■ Growers end Live Stock Journal of
H ARNEY LODG*, NO. 77, I. O <> F
indemnity purpores under the It is taken internally in doses from is proposed by the Pacific Coast : Fondleton Oregon, and are not re-
M>-«tHevrrv Ü.itunl.iv evening, Il own’«
grant to The Dalles Company, 10drops to a teuspocnfnl. It nets members, but the Eastern men, ¡ ceiving their paper ar« requested
T rade M arrs
lull VI»itinj broth n Ir.lt.-rnally in­
DceioRt
vited
FrankO .1 i<-k*ton, N.O.
made after the actual construction directly on the blood and mucous then as now, insisted that there to address the Journal, or send
C opyright « A c .
(!. <♦ Stili h, Secret.try
Anyone wondtnf • eketch and drRcrtptlon mnr
of
its road by the Willamette \ al­ surfaces of the system. They offer should be moderate legislation.
their names to the Items. Sub­
quickly ascertain nnr opinion free whether nn
Invention |a probably DAtentablo. Commimlrn-
loy Jr. Cascade Mountain Wagon one hundred dollars for any case it
scriptions
will dale from the re­
tjonNktrictlyconflduntlal. >iandb<xikon I'nfente
Senator Mitchell' v ho has had a
Till E CIRCLE. N<> 105, WOMEN OF ■ojit freo. (»Irtvpt agency for eomrtng patent«.
fails
to
cure.
Send
for
circulars
Company.
ceipt
of
the
firt4 copy of the paper.
Patents
taken
tnrouah
Munn
A
Co.
ruottre
W'lod' T'ift. Meet? 2nd and 4th Tue«- tprcl/xl notice, without cimn.-c, in the
go at deal to do with forming tbc
dav nt Brown’s li.ill. Mrs Till! • Jordan,
Address,
“The act of July, I860, supra, and testimonials.
Pacific Coast measure, insists that
Mr«, lone Wlijtins
impr^in.
C ASTORIA.
makes no provision for the filing F.J. Cheney Jr Cl, props. Toledo, O. if Chinese are to be excluded the Bwsti»
Clerk.
The Kind Ytt N jü > a * wt ^ Berji
A ban<'.«(»nuMy 11lnRfrafe<1 weekly. T.nrrcat rlr-
culatlnu of any ■clentiflo louni^l. Tenn«, 9« g
Sold by Druggists. 7‘c.
of a map of a definite locution, nor
1yo.tr: fourmohthA.il. Sold by all newHdealera.
legislation ought to b strong Bigaatnro
L'xjulJUUtd ou Second page.
a
MUNN &Co.3”Bro«*"’ New York for the withdrawal of land’. TJ?e Hall’s Family Pilla ajc tlw U-*t.
O/."piW and Items, $2.00
END OF BIG LAND CASE
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hHE CITIZENS BANK!
225,000.00
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