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I* ULfii JiUCl ill til’
f ho Oldest and Most
raate3t Valley of Eastern Oregon-
It. f>. Mrlutyr«. I’ioprh tor
4I>M- N Cuehmue. Kdhor « um I Mvuugvr,
BURNS, OREGON. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1902.
NEW KO AD LAW
Ikl .50 l*rr Year.
KJ m Munlha 7ft Centi.
w «a run u i un nt
NO. I 1.
I M.lh of the surveys and examina-
tionil n a,lo upon pt(:h hv,lrogrft, h.
i ic basin of the state, together with
maps, plans and estimates, show
Tim Wer-k'b Work nini J.‘o;i>”, ing the location of the proposed
work-anil the lands tol>e benefited;
<»f the Orrffoti 1 >c!-. ffation.
| also the probable cost and benefits
Call For n Convintlon of flic
Salem. Jan. 30.—“Tho first sec
A ni’/rh'iiu < at I h-Grow «• re’
tion of (he road law passed by the
i to be derived.
A Hr oclut loll.
last Ix;'i«laturo materially affec’s
•'Section 3. That whenever by
Washington, Jan. 30.—Repre
ranchers in Eastern Oregon,” says'
thorough eiamination and survey
Hardware of Every Description.
I. CaiupU'll Martin, <>f Dayville, sentative Moody today intrcduced it has been shown that artesian
a recent letter to The Oregonian. a bill calculated to benefit the set or deep wateia can probably be ob
Denver, Jan. 30.—The American
BU UNO, .................................................. OREGON.
Mr Maitin wishe? information up tler« of th< forfeite 1 Dalles military tained for ths reclamation of arid
I Catlle-Grow«r«' Aaroeiatioo, com
on th«; hgal eiTi-ct of thi < section of wagon road lands bv extending the land, the Director of the Geological
posed of lending cattl«u>«n of th*
the statute, which r»-uds as fellow«:
aet of January 22, 1S7J, to owners, Survey is hereby authorized and
1 W« st, will meet in Denyer, March
“All roads or thoroughfare« not of grants to aid the construction empowered to cause test or experi
I, to disci«“ the land leading qu««- heretofore leg-.lly established with
ef wagon roads. Tills bill, if it be- mental deep wells to be construct
' lion, the association now haring a in tho H:ate of Oregon that may com«« a law, will permit the wagon ed to depths of 1000 to 3000 fr t, or
bill pending L«fore ('oiigreai. The have heretofore been used, or may road company to select other lands more, if necessary, and not to ex
official call issued today i« as hereafter I e used foi a period of 10 in lieu of those taken by settlers, ceed five in number, said wells to
consecutive years or more by th«- thus enabling the ecttl«r», as well be so located as to reveal inert
11. C LKVENtf,
JOHN tV. IU ¡GN. (‘r»»i<l«tit,
“To the Members of the Ameri general public f>r the purpo.i« of a« the company, to procure title t>> completely the geological structure
\ ico FiumJelit.
I IE > IKY. ('»»liter,
can Cattle Grower«’ Association and travel without it.terfercnco or pro- their respective tracts. It is un- of Ih3 artei’an basins and the
All Cattle Grower*’ ami Breeders: te.-t, are hereby declared to be deralood that the wagon road com practicability of obtaining flowing
The second annual couvtntionof county roads.”
pany has offered to relinquish its
th« Cattle-Growers’ A so ilation is
lands that hare Lc«n patented to
(Incerporat rd )
hereby called to mo t at the Tabor of Mr. Martin is wbelLcr this foe- the settlers upon securing n guar' of the Intel ior is hereby authorized
O;.er.i ilouse Den ver, Colo., at 10 tion of tb« law is constitutional in ante« of the benefit» of the of 1874, in Lie discretion, and ut>en the
..'«lock A. M. on Tuesday. March 4, view of the fundamental principle but the Secretary of th« interior recominetdation of the Director of
1902. and continue through as that private property shall not be holds that it does uut now apply to the Geological Survey, to with I raw
from entry ar.d occupation omv
many »et-eion« as burinees may re taken fi>r public use without due wagon roads.
s A Genera! Banking Business T ransaetc d.
quire. The bsair of r«pr« • illation
Mr Moody a'so introduced a bill tract or tracts needed for the con
« Directors: W. Y. King, I. S. Geer, Geo. Fry, W. 1C. 'Frisch. ♦
in tb.a aasuciatiun is individual
providing 'bat all fettlers «ho L -t struction of wells, dams, ieservoire
J. C Welcome.
or other hydraulic works and their
membership, si.d any grower or I
» ••• ■>« ••««. »a » * «
co ow 3t> **• ■*• »« .*«•0
«*«<.:e-o aw n a oc aw
i their homesteads on this forfeited
I re« ier ot cattle, or the ma« aging
wagon road grant «Lail be entitled appurtenac-es and th« lar ds bene
-r~- ■ ----a
officer of any corporation engaged
to credit on a new homestead for fited by their construction, ami also
OFFK.’AL IHIIIXloin .
in the growit » er bree I in«? of < at lie in rjtl ca -s, which throw sooio th« time they occupied the one for : to acquire title for tl.e I'r.ited States
One. faited, by the Supreme Court de i for any lands v. hich may Lt nei«l«-«l
i- «l.g b'e to membership upon th« light on the qu .-tion rai.-eJ.
STA I X UT QKK4OM.
ap- cision in the eases of Wilcox and for the construction of said work ;
, pavmrnt of an initiation fee of |5.
v. S. tec>4t<r«.
li W Mr I. r Kir
“Section 5. That it is the intent
‘The programme «ill le lioiited
Messenger against the Eastern Ore-
F >nf N»i«mO.
I 1 !»•«!•■ tri gus
to few set subjects or paper», it be ed just a year ago in the case of; g >n Land Company.
They will, of this act to authorize ar.d em
b K. ► Blackburn
ing the purpose of the convention C. E. Bayard against the Standard however, be required to reside at power the Secretary of the Interior
T. T. Oter
y ! uuubar
Meerrui » • ! total«.
to e mfine th- proceeding to open Oil Company, appealed from Wasco h ast one year after beginning im through th* Director of the Geolog
C b Moers
In discussing the «ub-1
Stai« 1 reaorer,
debate and argument on the part
provements befot« acquiring title ical Surrey, to ascertain fully the
J I! Ark^rmau
A j >1 Fob !n*truelles,
water resources of th* State of Ore
W. H Lecd» aar Main St.—opposite Bank.
>f the u,embers. After the preren- jcct ®fp ii>lic easements theopinion to new tract«.
iC. F Wnlreru.o
in so fir ar these relate to the
«R H. hrtn
d he Orcgoon Senators and P.ej -
♦r A MoolW
•'Hef b - tbe i ineral ] ublic tin
v... v..si : i i. v’:”. .■ J- ¡1 f the
rfsantativec hart- united in sig li
KTHTW Jl’DlClAl D1XTH1CT
»«n of -ix*”, ««i v sely. and
: vacant and irid I^nd.4 of thi slate,
U •>. I II fard
letter, which they will lay be fo
a « vary
not by were permi* s on of the o-vn- ■
an? W J, ¡fort t > !?■>?•?'•••»
five mie tf ?• ’p*«ib«>.
* • Millar M
the Se r«tary of the Interior wl
U.S LANti OTTICI, BURMa
w L. MaraJeu.
Johu W Gearr.
ri: vi by the
er, for th«* period pr
.-•«7 and hsivefits to lo de
i>e I,bollv m
• ho appeal of Governor Ge :r. t
Üao. W. It,y*.
r>-yi‘ia‘.n <t 5’uryeoni.
rivui J «4 bOuiptw UCi btOp&irhb
its member« and a^tpie tuns win v Ii t wt. XJ I 1.'X i'.tiicn t'Cvond lb:ci
>n . two Ai-oc; <te
R«e*l v er,
Him’, Oregon. bv given for l.;e discuesion of «11 which actions for the recovery of
and consrrration of the waters iu
Justices cf the state, besides other
I’ST’lhTlce at retatene«. ’Pboiie 2>.
natural hydraulic basin of the
J. W. M arrow
oflicia!s,and prominent citizens of
■‘.Many matter« of interest to cat
Oregon, vigorously pretesting a-
“Section J>. That ths sum <r(
tlemen of th« We-1 will b« mtre- ,<>f the public. But the use must b« gainst the displacement of Oregon
( A. Venator ptGG«a «tocs.
or so much thereof as
difcud, one of the moat important
¡men who Lave shown br their
) Geo. Ha^ey
necessary, is hereby
of which is the‘land leaning bill’
J W. «!<».
work they arc efficient as forest
the purpose« h«*re-
now in Congress, prepared bv a
Geo. Shcll’ j^
i rangers, and further protesting a-
that mav be
R. A MiUer
Treasurer . .
committee appointed for that pur-
gainst the displacement of Oregon
nt it:««. oKKiios*.
.... Joe Buchanan
received from 4be proceeds of tl.v
jr'S’- by the association at its las^
inen as forestry officers in tho re
. .. J. C. Bartlett £MF"Ofiica in Bank building.
Sitpt. •( Schovta
sum.al meeting. The ’diseiucs of statute is 11 years : hence, under serves of that state, and li e sub public lands, to be a continuing
Geo. Whitii g
cattle their i . tut dies’ will ako come this docieion. if a road across a itituti n of Eastern men in lb ch appropriation until sa l nrtesias.
Pr W I. Maroden
wells and reports upon the water
1 up for discussion, and paper« will man's ¡and has been used contigu stead.
. I->n llichuideoa
Qi > r tuns
ously for 10 years, adversely, under
resources are completed.”
“We are ef the opinion,” ¿ays
in the country on ‘tho Lest mode claim of right, ami not by ¡>ermis- the delegation, “that there are many
I u-Iicr of tln> Peace
of fi nding and fattening cattle for eion of the owner, the road Las l e I mon residing in Oregon who, by
A society woman has erected &
Kt IC'.I. ORtCOX.
market in the ur.d region« of tho come a public highway, and the bath education and long experience marble tablet over her dog’s grave.
cn v OF BURNS.
£4F"“ Attsruejr tar Ma’c .ta beo I Board.
(’. E. Kenyon.
West, where but little grain is owner of the land cannot close it.
of forest life, are as fully capable Let us hope she left a space on ii
Thio decision was rendered prior
of filling these positions as are for her own epitaph.
('. 8. Riga».
‘On«’ of the objects in fixing the to (he paerngo of th« act of l'.K'l men from the East, who are mere
W A Goa an
date of this convention in March and therefore <b dares th« rights
11 ('. Fol«V.
worm has turned. A
Tharaiaa WI lit «nm,
)w. E Trievh.
was to enable the Nor:hern buyers that may be acquired by the public any practical experience in con New York bride, alter five day»
to meet the cattle-raiser« from the regardlers ef this statute. Abcut li> nection with this important sub of wedded lite, left her husband
I.aw, Notarial end Real Ertati
South «nd give tb< m a chance to years ago the Supreme t’ouit held ject. We trust, in the selection of because be had cold feet.
become better acquainted, which that mere uses, bow«ver long con foresters in the future, these state-1
tinned, will not le sufficient to
mints will bav» car«ful co .■-i lera-
Office in uh i Maro* >ic building dotibtle'«, will result in many sales
a right in the public.
I k ing consummated at this meeting.
Be ax» l.onae No. 70, K of F
Thosrajulii Eave Eidirey Txouhle
■'■cvjviif Meet» every Thuradav n'ght.
This association wa« organized to ru'e was laid down in a case in
and lYor.’t Know it.
To Kucluiin Arid Lands.
Continued on Second ¡ ago.
F. M. Jordan. C C.
ITow *'o “Ind Cut.
* S. Mofherahead, K of R. S.
Fl’t a bottle cr common glass with your
of cattl« grower«, both large and
Following is the text of the bill
water end let It stand twenty-four hours; a
small, and all should be interested
Thcrc is more Catarrh in this recently introduced by Represents-'
BURNS CHAPTER. NO. <«, O. E. «
J’.ocfua! AanJ Surveyar.
seuimer.t or set-
The pro section of the country than all other tive .Moody looking to the reclama-j
Mecta eeeond ami fouith Monday of i
Kara», Oregon, tn becoming members,
each month in Malonic h ill, Voegtly I
ceedings of the convention will be diseases put together, and until the tion of the aria lands of Eastern
\ ’ lion
ct the kid
hiiil’ling. Mrs. M«ygie I.evena, W. M.
neys: If It stain»
highly beneficial and of vital im- List few years was suypored to be Oregon :
y.v.r linen i: i-
Mr». Euai<o Thompeon, Sec.
"That for the purpose of dispos
portsneo to the cattle interccts, incurable. For a great n any years
evidence of i id-
noy trouble: t.G
and w« areassuted that there will doctors pronounced it n local di ing of the arable public land of
BURNS LODGE, NO. #7, A. F. « A. M.'
t:r - lent c<-.r? to
sease, and prescribed If cal remedies,
p« t it <r pain
Meet« Sattiriiay on er before full moon.' Notary Public atui < »nfiyantfr,
the back ii sin«
ing, and unycattle grower who can and by constantly failing to cure and utilixatio i in home-making of1
Qualified brothers fraternally invited, Marttare«. n»rd>. Ku-. varraatly nada.
cenvInclBg proof that the kidneys .nd Llad-
I’. K. Kruyon, it. M. F. 8. Rieder,' oil»« at atare
Bur»». Oragou. possibly do so is respectfully urg” 1 with local treatment, pronounced it the unoccupied lands of that state, dor ¡US cut .f c: a :r.
M hat to Fa
to be present.
Science has proven the Secretary of tho Interior be,
There 1» comfort in the knewlci’fo s»
“Immediately upon your arrival catarrh to be a constitutional di- and ho hereby is, directetl to cause oflen exrie»se i, tnat Dr. Kiln.rr’s
BURNS U)|)GF„ NO. 03, A. O. V. W. ,
in D«nver you eh«uld register with Fease, ami therefore requires con the necessary surveys and exatni-. Root, the great kidney reric.iy fi if . ev-r •
I wish in cuiing rheumatism, pi.-, It: the
M„«t» at Brown hall every Finlay eve- j
the secretary of tho as*ociation at stitutional treatment. Halls Catarrh nations to be mado for irrigating back, kic.;e?s, ¡¡/er, tlu.ldcr .mde .-r, ptf'
ni>ur Visitili « brother» fraternally in
. It correct.« Inability
the Tabor Opera House, al which Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney ditches, canals,
vited. Thoa. Sagers, W. M. Chas. N.
tO hOItl ’AfX.CT and SCa.vAv.ij/ yHiU HI rw:
to hold waicr and acaidkip pain in nvt'cg
place you will be provided with a A Co., Toledo. Ohio, is the only urtesiati and deep wells and other ¡t, or bid effect fcliov-in,; i-e of Kq
b*dg« admitting you to the con cons.itutional cure on the market. hydraulic works for tho purpose oi wine or beer, .and overcorn : i that u.ip:c> jub
neceuity cf ^being compelled to ru oiler.
flABNEY LODO», NO. 77. I. O O F
It is taken intert.iiiiy in «loses from (‘Onserving the flood flow of toe during tr.e day, »nd to get lip III,-;, . : t: ti :.t..
Meets every Suturi! it evening, lUiwa'i
“All railways have granted re 10drops to a tiraepoonful. It acts streams whose waters are netded during the ti ght. The mild and : -. extra
hall Viaiiinrf brothers fraternally in
ordinary iff«* of Swamp-Root ia »■ r.u
Frank O. Jackson, N.G.
duced rates tor the round trip. Bo directly on the blood and mucous for water-power, irrigation and realized. It r.’inds the l«ighe..t for Its
C. G. Stniib, Secretary.
Anronn snndlng n sketch and de«cTlni|F>n may
sure «ml a>k your agent for rates surfaces of the system. They offer other industrial purposes; such derfu! cv.rea f the most oirlrejs. -g cave J,
qulcRly aacortaln our opinion free whether nn
. if you need a medicine you should hava tiro
111▼ mt11<>n Is probfthly pMentrthie. Coiiiniunlcn
to the Americtn Cattle-Grower«’ one hundred dollars for any eat1«: it surveys an«I mvoEtigations to be best. Soid < y dn:gg ts bj 50c. ar.d • l. si *-..
t Inns wi rlct ly confltpMif ¡rd. 11 and book on l'stcnt«
TUI.K CIRCLE, NO. 1S5, WOMEN OF seiil fro«. Old«Rt Ngnnoy for sncnrini? patcnifl.
You msy have a -¿mt la botlb cf t'.u
Convention in I)«nver, on rale fails to cure.
Patents taken tnn ugh Mu.’ta 4 Co. receive
Send for circular« made under t’ue supervision of the 'roederfu'
Woodcraft. M>mt« 2nd an I 4th T um - tprciof
nofke, without charge, lu the
darat Brown's hall. Mrs. Tillie Jordan,
Director of tb« Geological Survey. and a book that telisjiSF?** fiif'C
March 3 and 1.
Mr«, lune Wliiting.
“Section 2 That the ^Secretary more etouUt, Unit tcntl'/' ■ '■ < ■.i" :/. j
“By order of the executive com- F. 1. Chenevil Cc.,pro[ (.Toledo, 0.
A hsnuenmoly IHnstrstod wnnklr. LArgest rtr-
absoiuie! " free b> mail.
culnthni of ant flolentttin lonrnn!. Terms, f3 a
of the Interior shall, av speedily a« rddre-a Dr. Kilmer h n.cr
mittee. ‘T. C. LI 8K,
Sold by Druggists, 75e.
roar: f« nr mo ith", |L Sold Lay nil new sdr»»lore
, Uuighar..ion, 1!. Y. V.’tier. wiit’i ;f nt
‘ II. W. K0BJNSO\Sccy
U«l!’? Family pills are the beat possible, report to Congress lbe re- (.:■>
tb\ nc.-eps c U’’r i>.
O-ojnni’tn j'i,| [t'un«,
Fr-rnrh OWn. c'} F Ft., Wrt«ihif.;fnn, P,
Dcr-ikiiili« \\ hich 'throw Some
IJ,;ht oi> Thin Qucalluit.
Geer & Cummins
THE CITIZENS BANK
$25 GGO 00
MM & Co,’”0^«' New Torn
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