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BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1902.
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,! WASHINGION NEWS
favor of the insular possessions.
Referring to the proposition to
In this region the camo general
I conditions prevail at in the Mount
grant trade concessions to Cuba,
I Raintr Reserve. Thecrert of the,
‘•That we have as a nation given
New Bill to Be Introduced by
a pledge that stable government
of tlie Oregon Delegation.
tween two widely differing sets of
shall be established and maintain
forest conditions. Upon the west,
ed in Cuba is conceded. This must
with an ample rainfall, the forests
be done and this is being done,
arc fairly dense, and the under
Washington, Feb. 13.—Itcpreaen- growth luxuriant. Upon the east,' ■ Washington, Feb. 11—Repre But this pledge does not, I admit,
Ha[d*ara of Every Deicription.
tative Tongue will tomorrow intro where more arid conditions pre sentative Moody, as a member of I impose upon uh a duty to make
duced it new irrigation measure. vail, the forests are open, with no the Indian committee, has secured trade concessions bs the planter«
Ill It NS,
It provides for the accumulation of underbrush. The species difler several amendments • to the Indian and producers of Cuba which will
a reclamation fund from sale« of me-^u/ablv on the two sides ' appropriation bill which will be re I militate materiafly against the
jdar.ters, agriculturists and pro
public lands. One half of this fund Those on the west side consist, ported Thursday, among them an
of our own country. Such
increase of 50 in the number of pn-
is to le at th* dir poaal of the Secre
is not an obligation
tary of the Interior tor use in ex wl»«te upon the cast side the for I pile to be accommodated atChema- resting upon us, either expressly
aminations and surveys to -ascer est is largely of yellow pine. Of wa, making a total of 550, and an or by implication. Of course, if a
tain the extent to which arid lands the area examined by Mr Lciberg, incrensed appropiiaiion of $8350 for reciprocity arrangement can I*
65 per cent is forested aiid 35 per the mpport an 1 education of theec
«•«eeie*4ie«c*w»e»t'»»A«a ! may be reclaimed, locatio i of reser
cent not for<-si< d, tho non-foresled additional scholars, The bill also made with Cuba which will be to
H. (!. I.EVENH,
s « voir sites, available amount of are.-* lying mainly in the extreme carries $6000 for iionroven '-r.t to the zdvantagc of *'.ir people, or
• Vice President.
• K water and thn gauge flow of rivers. west and in the eastern part of the sewerage and $5000 for general re which will not seriously elect ad
The other half of the fund is to be
versely any American interest or
phtied a't the disposal of the Secre area examined The amount of pairs, the total appropriation foi American labor, ar.d which may
sawmill timlor found upon the this school being $104,650. The
tary of Agriculture to conduct in
fore «ted area is estimated by him bill carries the regular appropria I l>e of benefit to Cuban interests,
vestigations ofi-rtgution laws and
then by all moans let us have- il.”
investigate method« by which as n little less than 20,000 million tions for otLer Oregon and Wash
4 I j water may be conserved, distribut feet, an average per acre of the ington schools, and for agents and Continuing, Mitchell said:
forest land of 6,660 fee t. Of the superintendents in those states.
'T eubmit further that if the pol
225GC0 00 « a ed and use J. The measure also total etaml of timber upon this The abort are the ot ly new features icy enfevced in the last Congrres of
contains a feature adapting it to
A Cenerai Banking Bj3ines3 Transacted. I0 the legislation which various states area, yellow pine comprises 48 |»er The bill will contain a provision lærmitting the products of I’orto
leent; red fir 33 per cent; white fir that the adult heir« ofur.v JeccaseJ Rico to come to the United States
have i-nactcd or may enact relative
£ Directora: W. V. King, I. S. Geer, Geo. Fry, W. ! Triach.
6 per cent ; noble fir and sugar Indian to whom a trust or other at 85 per cent reduction of rhe
J. C. Welcome.
to the formation of irrigation dis-i
pine each 4 per cent; and the re- patent containing restrictions upon rates of duty imposed by the Ding-
Diets. It provides that where such i
m*i >iler is of other »pecits. West alienation shall be issued for land lev act, and later on entirely free,
listi lets have been organized ar.d
the Cascade Range, red fir is the allotted to him may sell the land and this all largely in the interests
Ixmds voted to provide funds for
dominant species, affording more and if there be both adult and mi of the Dade and commerce of the
the purpose of constructing irriga
Etici» J.coe» No. 70, K of P.
tion woiks, public^anils in such than half of the total amonnt of nor heir«, the minor may join in people of the Atlantic State’s, as
Meut» ever, riiunday nlfbt.
district shall be s ibjcct to taxation timber, yellow j ino being next such sale. When land has been well as tho people of Porto Rio»,,
F M. Jordan, C C.
on like term* as othei lands in tLc| ! will) nearly or.e fouith of the total; allotted to a while person who is a be right, then, upon what principle
M.ih»r.h<-»J . K «I U S.
east of the Ga-cades on the other citizen, final patent shall be issued of right or jn6lice or equity must
irrigation district for the purpose
KIRNS (HAFTER Ml». 4». O. EH.
of paying priucipal and interest on hand, yellow pine constitutes six-j without awaiting the expiration of the people of th« Pacific Coast
Meets «ecnnl and fomiti \f.i.’. lar of
, the ueual trust period, and be shall I Slates pay the same rates on
said bonds and maintenance and sevenths of all the limber.
each svietli In Maemir hall, Voegtly fidF“Main St.—opposite Bank.
to e eeli
or * Philippine products ecmirg into
< ij vr
operative charges, Irrigation pro-
building Mr». M «g*i* l.areu», W. M.
this country that are imposed by
irri,,ition district will
Mra. Kuulia ThuBifMoa, Ha*.
tlv Ding’- v act" Why impose o> «
! o tin approval f the
rule'near insular iM>s<,essiomi in
• A M.
UVtlNS I i ip
. N-’ Í
be Interior ar
H, 1, Ut Uaa.
or 99.99 percent tax ution. Mr, J
, the Atlantic Ocean acd another < n
Ma.-l. Bator i» • n .
and that of this this important, r
/’■' fefant <f- Sv.
ymliflrd tu ih*
ma ko our possessions in the Pacific Ocean ?
>!ic lat.ds w th n neh i arc fire HU
i K. K. »yon, W. M
stilla . Wiiat occult force it'ar.v, s oper
t oliali I
L only to a
th* ating on the Cv-ngrcsH of the United
«Rom ee it n-.idt nre. 'l'liono ït>,
homestead entry of not exceeding
in State», and this, too, with Cosgress
80 acres, final proof to be condi-!
Kt KNS I.OtXiK. NO. S3, A. O. I’. W
seemingly being conscious of the
M- -et» »i Brown ball every Friday eve
tiona! on entire reclamation in sd--
"I'million feet of merchantable mill
Visitine »>r<>tl>*r« fraternally in- OIÜ4.B X RIGGM.
act, which seems to compel (He
dilion to the requirements of the,
vi^t. Tlioe. Hagere, W. M. Chi» N.
I timber has been destroyed by fire. Harney County investigated in the Nation’s parlimcnt to arrive at
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present homestead act. The object ■
r.f this incisure is to extend prac-l This paper is well illustrated by hope that such as were left by de such absolutely contradictory con
ceased Indians without hairs may clusions.
HARNEY LCDUf-', NO. 77. I. O. O F.
tical National aid to actual irriga ! fourteen plates.
M**ta every K.tuoUv rvenin^, II ■ >•«’»
be opened to settlement.
“We should give the Filipino,”
tors, rather than the inauguration!
».»Il Vi.itili« brother, frntern.lly in- tSSrofllce in Bank building.
urged, “concessions in trade
of a s>\ sti m of Government control.
I aui n°t >*» favor of any bill
Frank O Jacktoa, N. G.
C. G. fimbh, Recrotary
will instill into their minds
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> which does not unquestionally se-
q » > w hate «
Iteport on Forest Reserves. I cure to the siuall ssttler the use of
Tt’l F. I'tltCI.E, NO 105, WOMEN OF
mendment to the urgent deficiency ! hope; which will cause thin» t«
Wootlcrall. Meet* Ind an-l 4th Tun*-
1 he report of the examination of a reasonable proportion of the pub- ! bill in the D'.atter of its claim
dev »’ Brown'* hall. Mr». Til'i- Jordan,
‘Cascade Range and Ashland Hc rftnge nQr which wcul(J in <nv growing out of assistance rendered . realize the wide difference between
Mr*, lone Whiting.
PI U >M. OREGON.
the iron and hurtful rule of the
ForeB» Reserves andA djacent Re-;
Attorney Mr 4tete Hvhwol Board.
, „ t ■<
wav restrict the settlement of the the General Government in sup- Spaniard îtnd the bénéficient at.d
gions, by Mr. J. B. I.eiberg, now
■ pressing the War of the Rebellion. helpful rule of the American.”
jin press, but not published, is a c0Ua^rV‘ This latter a most im
The amendment was tampered
Further along he said:
! part of the Twenty-first Annual portint feature. Within the pres with successfully in the House, so
^yit.UAMS * EITIGSEALD
j Report of the United States Geo- ent range area of Oregon there arc! as to permit only the payment of “Let Congress strike out boldlv
I logical Survey, and is edited by thousands of places suitable for that part of Oregon’s claim for in against the manufacturing indus
AMor.*y .1 I.»w,
Mr. Henry Gannett, Geographer. homestead, and any laws enacted terest paid out by the state on tries which have ripened the gigan
/am, A’olarvi! and Ileal Retate
T rade M arrs
region discussed in this report should be so framed as to stimulate, money borrowed, which will a- tic trusts and which have brought
and are bringing to their promoters
is in southern Oregon. It contains; ; settlement.
C opyrights A c .
Any on«« nemllng a skat eh and desert nt Ion may
Burn*. Orejón. nearly M,iX)O square miles, 4,676,j Uuder my interpretation of this, mount to something like $100,000. princely individual wealth, but let
qul. blY tuodrfnm onr opinion firs whether an
invention Is probably paieniable. Communies*
g'SF'Onice in old Masauic building 360 ncres, comprising the central live stock measure, 1 can see no! Oregon’s claim for supplies actual Congress hecitate to strike down
tli.ns strictly lonfldnnf lai. II anti book ou I* ai ruts
•ent fr»M\ (»l lost uso»icy for socurtnr ptUs»»ts.
ly furnished cannot be settled un
Patents Inken through Munn ft (o. recel70
and upper areas of Rogue and ! course open but to vigorously op-' der the amendment as finally in its infancy an agricultural in-
spe'iuf notice, wit bout ch args. In lbs
duetrylike that of the sugar test.
Kinmath rivet basins, and a small pose it as I opposed similar meas
p M JOEDÀM,
The sugar trust, the steel trust and
part of the water shed of the Upper '1 ures last Congress.—Congressman
A handaonmly It Inst rat nd wreklv. Î srgnet r»r-
< iilatHin «if any scientific jonrnal. T erme, Id a
year; f<>ur nmntha, |L Hold by all ne« ndealors.
other formidable combina
¡South Umpqua River, andisdivhl-j Malcolm A. Moody.
While no definite argeement has
Practical bind Surtcyer.
381 Broadway, IIYOjIt
might be mettf.ion«l are
been reached, a vote on the Philip
Branch Offitx». HÄ F FL. Washington. I>. v.
by the main range of the Cascades.
There is more Catarrh in this pine tariff bill in the Senate seems 3 able to stand alone. The beet sugar
The eastern and western slopes j section of thecountry than ail other to be in sight. It appeals likely industiy is not. The former <lo
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have many dissimilar character-; dison-es put together, and until the that the vote may be had next not need protection, tl.e latter
the country dropping down, last few years was Buyposed to be week, although the matter yet is ' docs.”
to writ« for our confidential letter l»efote Ap
A’sfary PMic and Cenatyanrer,
plying for patent Hl may lx* w<wth nouey.
Referring to tho argument that
! on the west, in long spurs to the incurable. For a great many years involved in some uncertainty.
\\ v promptly obtain U. H. and Kmeigu
O«»d«, It« .
United States was bound to ac
valley of Rouge River, and on the doctors pronounced it a locul di Senator Mitchell addressed the
OJlM al *»r«.
to all nations the right to
least in steeper declivities to the sease, and prescribed local remedies, Senate in support of his amend
»m1 TRADE MARKS "r morn EN;
Tillie attorney s fc«*. A» ml motivi, skvu'h
with the Filipinos on tue
Klamath Lakes and the great and by constantly failing to cure ment to the pending bill to place
or »»holo anti wo Mail an IMMEDIATE
i^ntE »‘«port on iKk’iitabllfty. we givo
basis ns that employ» d by
with local trentine»)’, pronounced it certain articles entering the United
tb - best legal servier anti a ivu?«, and uur
cbaruvs iwu motUnila. Try U£.
; them. The mean elevation is 6,WO iucurabla. Science ba« proven States from the Philippines on the Americans, Mitchell said:
Rain ar 4 sweat
“Au open door in the Orient is
feet. The character of the Cascade catarrh to be a constitutional di i free list; to levy a tariff of 50 per
Lave t»o «Reet m
PnKfcnt I fwynro,
Range is volcanic, the cones Aud scaso, and therefore requires con I cent of the Dingley rates upon ar- nil well enough, but if the price of
with Eureka Har
Opp. U.S. Patent Office,Washington, D.C.
ness ()il. It re«
pt aks being of different Ages, and stitutional treatment. HallsCatarrb i tides not admitted to tho free list, it is to be the surrender of a princi
•.-••s the damp,
ksrpi the leaih-
extinct craters abounding among Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney and to eliminate that portion of ple of tho right to cxercJse the verv
t *. it and pH- '
them, the ons containing the fa A Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only section three of the bill which pro highest prerogatives attaching 1«
da net break.
No rough sur
mous Crater Lake. The Ashland eons.itutional euro on the market, vides that the eamo toanage tax us as an independent sovereign
fa- e to clw»fs
si ’. rut. I he
i Forest Reserve consists of Siskiyou it is taken internally in doses from shall be levied on all vessels com- ¡lower, then that door had bi tter
I’e'ak. or Ashland Butto, nearly 10drops to a teaspoonful. It acts i ing from our insular possessions as be forever closed.”
n» w. Vu I
8,000 feot above sea-level, ami con- direcUy on the blood ami mucous ¡ ¡s kT,wl on Vt?,.dg comiDK froIU
He thought our cajpaOty to hold
SCsvealt, find Traits-Marka otulned and all Pat-
as le ou by the
I tains over 22,000 acres. The ob- surfaces of the system. They offer foreign countries. Mitchell denied our shaze «f the Oriental trade do-
businessConduHed (or MootRATt Fttfi.
use of Fut
Harness Oil, £
Sounorriec laOewoatTg u. s. FATtNTOrrier
ì ject of this reserve is to maintain one hundred dollars for any case it|
Sand wt csaaet ura Latent ui less tunc tl-aa tlweej
that it was either expedient or penile mainly upon our ability to
«remote from W«rhit>.,tc.
) band model, tirawing er fdiM©., with deecr!p-<
the volume and purity of Ashland fails to cure, Send for circulars right to apply to ourin«ti!ar posses control the great transportation
Wn adviea, if paten tabla or not, frea of
(’reek, the water supply of the and testimonials.
<chaigt. Our fee not due ti)| relent I” secured.
sions the same rule in these re- lines. ‘‘Our merchant marine,” La
$ A PAMFHLCT, “ H'»w 19 Obtain Patents,” with'
in c * qb ~
Jcoet ot sajuc in ths V. 3. and foreign cououks
spec's as is applied to foreign declared, “must be lifted trom it«
Mountain rango forms a conned- Sold by Druggists, 7'c.
i countries. lie maintained that Present in8:g:iificance as n faclir-
(.’engross sbeu’d dif:erentiate in in the carry trade of the woili
J Gee. Pst^NT Orrtcr. WAS mincvow . D C. <
AID TO IRRIGATORS.
Geer & Cummins
THE CITIZENS BANK