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Greatest Valley of Eastern Oregon
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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY I. 1902.
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• 1.80 Per 1 rnr.
R! m Month* *5 C ento.
and especially Affairs of my state,
and I intend to stay litre tui 1 let
The arid and «erai-arid atates
politic« Lu Oregon take cure of
have a representation of 34 in the
Houte, or less than one-tenth of The Weck ' m Work amt Di/tny* I “I have not given f'ae matter se
ll< <-ri|>t» at Chicago Smalli Mt
the Iota, number. Aa elated by
rious e«naideralion,' said Senator
of the Oregon Delegation.
in Twenty Years.
.Mr. Mondell, of Wyoming, the
Sim®». ”lt is tco early to predict
Western members have no g'inrau-
what will develop a» tba *sn.j.aigu
tee of a Siegle vote outside of their
Washington, Jan. 2iL>—Kepre-
Clo»e to 110,000 head of cattle own delegations, when the critical
‘‘I have my hand« full right here
Hardware of Every Description.
were received from the western moment arrives. The irrig ilien sentative Moody teday introduced in Washington,” »aid Mr. Tongue,
measure favored by the Speaker,
» rang«-» at Chicago last year. The the bifl which will pnsa, possibly a bill appropriating *100,000, to be ‘•and if J fuccaed in protecting the
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expended by the Secretary of the intereataof my state in committee
number was fi.OCO leas than the
with certain amendments enlarg
year before and the an.alleat in ing ita «cope of operations, if any Interior in preliminary steps look and in the House, I will have no
over 20 years. The high tide of irrigation law is enacted at all, is ing to re. laiming the arid public j time left fur th» campaign. r »»-
pect to remaic to the close of the
western range receipts was in 1805. know» as the Lacey bill. Mr. lands of Oregon by irrigation. The
I when 430,525 were received. Since Lacey, of Iowa, is tho chairman of bill authorize« examinations and
“My duty demand* that I re
’then supplies have b*-en on the the public land committee and an surveys for irrigating ditebe*. ca
in Washington,” wa* Mr.
wane and each succeeding yrar Las influential member of Congress. I nals, reservoirs, artesian wells st d
’s reply, “and here I intend
j shown u marked decree»«*. The His bill is biief, slid is a revival of other works for conserving the
flood flow of the streams whose wa- ; 1 to remain, unless something unfor»-
ll.c I.EVi >S,
S ! reason tor this is not far to s»ck
JOii.N W IHGGH. l‘rr»i.feut,
u measure proposed in the 56th
ters are needed for water jionrer■and reen should happen t® demand my
Vice 1'reHidunt. J 1 Competed with ten years ago, ac-
G Ko lltY, Cashier.
Congress. Section 1 provides:
irrigation. The Secretary is to presence in the state.”
■ cording to th government’» figure»
That for the purpose of testii g
j There is no doubt in the mind*
the whole supply of «at'le in the the practicability and expense uf make an early report cn the«» sur
■of other member* of the delegation
t nit«d States h*a decreased nearly Nationul irrigation the Secretary veys and submit estimates and
that Simon will go home when th®
« > 1<I,(MJO/XM), but the decline on th» of the interior ie hereby autlioiis. d u> ips showing the location of the
is fairly under way.
Í ' western ranges has been decidedly and directed to select and designate proposed wor ks an«l the lands to be
(• more rapid in ita ratio. Nothing
benefited, together with the proba-
HU It NN,
for experiment»! work and dispo-al
In' respoase to requests from
■ can show more emphatically the a tract of not to < xco»«l 1,000,000 4»le cost of reclamation and the Senator Milch*. 11 the PostoCiee De
« great changes that have taken acres of arid public land suitable i benefits to be derived therefrom. partment today directed that free
place in th» want in the paetdecade for irrigation sittiab d in part in Ex|>'«r.mental artesian wells arc to daiirerv service be extended to the
A Cenerai Banking Business Transacted.
more particular during 'he two or more state», or in a state l*c sunk in ditf»reut parts of East residential district» of the east side
Directora: \V. Y. King, I. S Geer, (Jeo. Fry, W. K Triaeh.
J. C. Welcome.
past aix year» ‘•Westward the and territory, or wholly in a terri ern Oregon, with a view to demon- •rf Portland, known *• Lynr.wood,
•«wo e««ws • * a a « • • • mm « •••« •*- v ••
« »♦» e essv eo •«««
march of empire takes its way.” tory, and ahull ccnstiti.tc the said stra'wog the practicability of ob East Portland Heights, Ravens
ami the domain of the large tanch- tract a National irrigation district. taining flowing waters. TbeS*cre-l wood, RichfDot.d and Kcnilwoith,
t try of the Interior is authorized to
man baa been invaded by men
Sec 2 That the Secretary of the
to go into efTect February 1. .An
feresd out of he orercrowded sec Interior shall cause the n*cesrarv withdraw from entry any tracts additional < arrier fur th«? Poulard
tions of th» r est and middle west, surveys for irrigating ditches, ca needed for the construction of w i lls * : oflice will then be aj poiuted.
who are looking for more room and nals, darns, reservoir«, and other! reservoirs, etc., and to acquire title j
belter opportunities both of which necessary improvements to be made for any land* which may ba need I A latter of General Miles I aa
M » M»o<lv
the far west still holds fur the am under the supervision of the di-j ed for the construction of said I Been published bating that ha bag
l> K X BlMXOuru
T. ì u»»r
bitious and energetic. This, how rector of the gtological survey works.
not been at.d is not a ac-eker for
f I «ninbar
Herretei * ni Stato
When the data called fur by this Presidential iiorior*. and that all
ever. is ojly one reasou, for iu the Surveys heietofore made by eaid
C • Muor»
«*to‘o 1 taaaarer
multiplicity ot changes which time geological survey may be used for bill Las been furnished the state reports crediting him with being a
dtipt Pih tnur»x.*tl »n,
i Il Aek«rman
Main St—opposi'« Bank
W II ln«*l>
will be in a position to cstnmand Presidential aspirant ar» without
to all the ramhna-i a lias had the purposes of this act.
from the general Gov foundation. It b«a generally Laen
a H»’*n* Ind»**
$ ‘r a A ». Wnl
Sec. 3. That the Secretary of the
ernment the minute any general supposed that General Miles has
Interior shall, as speedily as practi
XISTH lilMUIAL DtATKli'T
from the g »at plains of the south ( cable, cause th.- necessary work» policy of irrigation is adopted. En .had a d’lire for the Presidency.
M 1« * llW«r» lyj AKttir.M « GBARY
V m Mi.!»r
west has been seriously modified, i ( to be constructed for the reclama der pre»tut condition# it (uilS and many of hi» past acts h»r»
W t. N*r»‘iwn,
Joba W G»»ry, i
•• » I.AHn OFFICI HCRR»
probably he some years before Ore bean attributed to this ambition.
Th» advent of the feeding system tion
and irrigation of such land»
/’Aywt'.tu’i* A: Suryeont
would derive benefit from anv Tba reprimand which General Mik a
in Texas since eotlun eeed meal at.d
shall make and establish the
irrigation bill that might received from the President was
w xa found such a valuable product , necessary rules and regulations for
HARNEY poi NTY
y.'«y*0.r>ce »I r»»id»lie». ’Phom 20.
because there is practic I thought by tr.ar.y to have I "rii in
J. W Morrow
has wroughtg:«a*charges ItJias , th» disposition of such lands to
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1. 8 Geer '
” fl«*i«re»**nt *tiv»
enhanced the value of feeding cat- ( qualified homestead settlers in ally no reliable data as to suitable stigated to injure M '»s’ supposed
i tie in Texas and so made them too ( tracts of not to exceed 160 acres ¡reservoir sites, or the extent of Presidential aepiratio u. Ronse-
( A. Venator gK.lil A U10G8
high fer northern stockmen to ¡each, to be di»joaed of under the 1 .nd* that can be reclaimed by ir relt’s closest friends believe that he
) Geo. flagri
handle with much profit. Not onlv general homeettad law?. Where rigation.
is net playing any such cards tu
Geo. Shelley i
sacura a nomination for its I’reei-
It. A Miller I
feeders scarce, and thus the greit to fruitgrowing th» eaid regulations has been drawn up ai.<l presented deasy.
Kt KMR. OnSOON.
.... Joe Buchanan '
dscl ine in the number of range may prescribe a less number of, bv Western numbers of t oner;s*.
J.C. Bartlett tHrofflee in Bank building.
Silpl *»f 'trliowl»
¡cattle its the northwest is largely acre* fur such settlement far each and which i* to be urged during i It seems now to he the c* nvi-t <» k
Gro. Wliitii k ¡
I >r W I. Mamaen !
accounted for. On this account, iu homestead.
the pre rent session, does not meet! that in order tosecurcami Chine.-'
legislation some ofMhcmoie moler
(pits of the encroachments of llie
Sac. 1. That the Secretary of the i with the approval of Representa ate forms offered will Irav* to I*
QXO w u*raa
man with ths hoe, there is much | Interior is further authorized and tive Tonguu, chairman of lbs irri
Jtialice il thè IVa**»
: room in the norther» range country . directed to prescribe suitable rules gation ce,m:nittee.
Mr. Tongue accepted, beeatis» th» Eastern men
for more cattle The good pricis and regulations for the use of the say? th s will not benefit hi* state , announce that they will not all >w
CITY OF BERNS
which have been paid, plus the water to be supplied by such irri for many years to come, lie thinks' the projxwc 1 drastic tuea ures 1«.
C. E Kenyon
more favorable outlook,emoumged gating canals and ditches as may that the funds arising from the sale go through.
a stroug demand fur fenders last be deemed bc*>t by him for the of public lands in the several states
C. H. Big*»
fall and caused shippers to retain proper apportionment, distribution should not ell be converted into a
W A Gowan
(J ('. F*>l*-i.
all sucli cattle at home as were and use of the water te the various general fund to be u?ed indiscrim i
M. ?■»•(• r«'.(.
JA’. E Tri»ch.
AK.oeav at Law,
»alary Puliti», suitable for another winter’s rur
J* ieo fry
tracts of laud, and .uav also make nately at the direction of the Secre
/ai«', .Volaría! and Real Estate
It is estimated that 125 (HA) bead such rules and rigulaticns as he tary of the Inierior, but that 75 per Are vrr.lkr ». I*-- the billiard j.taver
i move» nroiiad the table.
of feeding cattle went northward may determine to lie proper for th cent of such funds should ho ex . only exercise many a city tir.n
from the southwest last fall and disposition. by lease, of auy water pended in the state in which they ¡ is thi» lick of exercise in
! »Hfci Direelery.
¡ of the city, com
a number were purchased oi. power that may be created by such mav arise, the balance being turn- bined with irregu
j(ÌÉF“Offico in old Mesonic building
lar eating mid m
I*, bn « l.onee No. 70, K ot I*.
the Paeific elope; but iu addition works, and shall fix the rental to ■ cd
.. a general fund. Further- 1 digestible
rj/ .Mrvri avert rhm»dav night.
j to thia supply, a huge number of
' more. Mr. Tongue insists that it is which tend to make
Continued cn Second page.
F. M. Jordan, 0. 0.
city man the
p M JOKDANr
■ thin cattle have been purchased
1 had policy to allow the Secrotarv tlie
3. .Mothernhi'ad, K of It. 8.
victim of " st. .niacli
from the farms of Missouri and
. uf the Interior full opportunity to trouble. ’
There is more CiC-irrh in this
When there is
Practical hind Suneyer.
Kansas, where the s. verity of the
Bt'RNH CHAPTER, NO. 4», O. E »
say where this general fund shall undue
M*-*u *eeon*l and fourth Monday of
drouth made it imperative to dia-
ho expended, that it would natural ter eating, w: t h
radi monili in M»«*in:t ball, Voegtly
belching, sour ris
; p ise of such animals. Taken all in diseases put together, and until the ly be expended in the states of the ing»
and other dis-
building. Mr». Mlggio Leven», W. M.
'all, it is conceded that the supply
Middle West before getting eut to trailing mmiptoni«,
Mrs. E'inii» Thowip«»», Sec.
prompt use*>f Dr.
of young cattle on the ranges is as incurable. For e. grt nt many years Oregon and that m ighborhood, and a Fi.-rce's
g W M1LLBB,
large as a year ago, if not larger.
even that would be likvly to follow Medical Dibcovcry
BERNS 1.OBGE, NO. »7. A. F. A A M.
sease, and prescribed local remedies,
i. ill elect a speedy
Notary PMic and Cenvtyen-er,
M<—t« Saturday on or befor» full moon.
the lines of the Arauicontinental i care. In tlie most
Qu ill fled brother» fr.itcrn.illy invited, I Martfag««, r>»»4», Bic , »»rr»Hly •»•<»»
Schley Is Not a Candidate.
railreads. He intends io urge his extreme CAses of
disease of the stom
with local treatment pronounced it
<1. E. Kenyon. W. M. F. 8. Rieder, Office ai Store.
views upon tire committee, and w ill ach and other or
Chicago, Jan. 25.— R*ar-Adir;ral I
not support tho Lili until some gias
an 1 nutrition, the
catarrh to be a constitutional di
radical changes along this line Afv persistent use of
BERNS I.OI’GE. NO. 93, A. O. U. W. I
the *' Iii.'co’-ery ”
that lie lies no intrntion of enter sease. and therefore requires con made.
M**«l> »t Brown hall e»»ry Fridav
v ill result ilia corn-
Vi-iting brothrra fratcrnallj in-
ing politics. Hi* remarks were stitutional treatment. Halls Catarrh
0B plate cure in niae-
y;u>d. Tho» Hager», W M. CHa». N.
ty-eight cs.se* out
calculated to set at rest for all time
tho of every hundred.
the |M>litical ambitions which some A Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only the part of any member uf
- .'he pnhe I would like Io/ire vwr •C-M i - k
Me,ii, *1 IXtcovery' 1 c.u*i. a un* r n « ■■. .. • *.r
of bia admirers hate entertained conaatuliunril cure on the market. Oregon delegation to return to Ore de«.-
i**e with t--n." write, j *:--s B A:nr., *
H ARNEY I.OIIG h ’, NO, 77. I O, <> F.
of i-ot'r Mifflin Aire»* Hnntio^tlon, I’ h .
for him He said that no otfice, Il is taken intcrt ally in doaes from gon and take an active part in th® K- 1 4..
Mevtarverv Saturday evening, It own'»
down with wlml oar riiyei. Cui.
10drops to a tens| oonful. It acta coming campaign, although later . .11 a *s taken
inúigeatioa. I *l -'t r* 4 widi i'-,e I k .-*
Visiting brulli r» fraternally in
V* • /
iirouti'l he,an . ■ >■:
' ! * - •
Frank O .l;i<k*on, N. U.
von ae’it ire a eueslion blank to tail out *- *
jeopardixe ths love which tho peo directly on the blood and mucous di ve’epments mav change thisplan. aud
C. G. Stni'h, Secretary
I AM -o atol v: i then n-lrUed me I*» *oe l*i
Anvnne Rending e nkefrh and description ni»y
I’ierea aG Mden Medical XM**v«ri.ry. 114 three
ple of thie country have expressed
nnr opinion ft
free whether tut
b tth-s and I fell soar—.1 that I stopped--beir.u.
invent ion In
in probably pptontHble.
he intends returning to Oregon be ««
I think, cored I h ive u-s ■ tnptouu ot »«>
ly confidential. I Handbook
Ti l.E CIRCLE, Ni) KO, WOMEN OF •ent
free. (»Meat n».ency
p , '»tri” ».
trouble or im'isestion now.”
fails to cure. Send for circulars fore the cluie ot this session of trie l>r.
Piteuta taken thrauirh Munn
nn A Co
Wood.-rail. Meets 2tt 1 and 4th Tues
Fierce'« Common Sense Meili* <1
•pectol rWiiA without charfrn, in
day at Brown'* li.ill. M-«. Tillio Jordan,
Adviser is -ent Avion nreeipt ol’ stamps
Our invoice of Queen Quality and testimonials.
Mr«. lone Whiting.
“No, decidedly no,” said Senator to pay t xjx.tLe of r:.tiling r> < y, t Sett 1
shoes will bo here in a few day», F. J. ChenevA Cc ,props.Toltd«», O.
ai one cent rt iinp* fo* P*'P-‘r covered
A handsomely ninitnUed weekly. Lerreet cits
culation <»f any •rientlfin journal. Ternir, $3 a
sent here to
look Lmk. or ,ii stamps for noth Ixwirl
Sold by Druggists, 7 *c.
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when at that limo we can fill all
year; four month«, (L Bold by all newedoalere,
orders as usual, N. Brown Ä Sous. lUll’e Fgrni'y I’ll!« »re the best, after the business of the «.»untry, Adii.-ci» Dr. R. V. Pierce, B'.iTalo, N. Y-
0•rgnni.'jrj nnd Items. $2.00
Geer & Cummins
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