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BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. APRIL 26. 1902.
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Mik .UontbM 75 Centn.
necoF»ity of tbcio aniendinentn.i
'dress the Legislature on the sub
and further difference of opinion as
ject. Members were fortified with
to tho jurisdictions which should I
free parses, and other influence «
bs reuferred, but all three differ-
were brought to bear against tlm
and it was defeated. . I .men-
What is It? How Will It Bene
.oral desire to see an irrigation law fit tlse People? now ¡Shall I tinned this ss o-w of mnny others
Marks New Epoch.
We Obtain It?
upon tho statute books at this see-
, that share a similar fate because of
j »ion of Cungree«, and an thc bill
I the corrupting Influences of thc
I now stands its chances for final
Our la«t I.egi»la-
A Washingten dispatch of the , enactment are most excellent, in
' ture made a record forextravagance
At our next election which will
Hardware of Every Description.
18th says: The irrigation bill re- • fact, never in the history of the
never before equaled by atiy Legis
held ou the first Monday of lature ofOregon.
' ported to the House by Congress I movement has the cause of Nation
next June, the voters will be called
Our state expenditures have
man Mundell, representing the arid al irrigation been so r.ear a victory.
the sum off 1.1 JO,OCX) per
land committee, marks the begin
which is $460,000 more
ning of a new epoch in the history
than the average expenditures for
of the effort to secure National eld
'lor irrigation. In favor of this manimous in favor of an irrigation ment of the initiative and referen the preceding six or seven years.
bill arc arrayed all of the forces ’«fill. In the House the bill is re dum eystem of legislation. The With thc referendum the people
I favorable to the reclamation of the torted by a Republican, Mr. Mon first power proposed is the initia will veto the extravagant rp-pro-
public lands by tho Government dell. though it is regarded by tive, which gives the people the i priations and thus cut down our
power to propose laws and amen<l- ¡expenditures to a reasonable a-
and thero is no longer any friction many a« a democratic measure,
JOHN H’ BKtOH. President,
to tho Constitution and to | mount. Taxation has been so ad
owing to the fact that Mr. Newlauds
Vice President. • j within ths irrigation camp.
GB J HlY. Casbiur.
reject the some at the , oils justed that real estate in the state
The bill as origioally drawn by is considered to J»c !arg< ly respon
of the Legislative As . pays about 82 per cent of the taxes
the special committeo of 17 select sible for its authorship. It is un
, \S bile in Marion county it payt» 88
ed bv the Western representative*, derstood that a large proportion of
The second power is the referen per cent and ¡»ersonal ¡rroperty the
fur that purpose, was an indefini^, tho Ih mocrats in the House will
( I ncerporaU’ii. )
loosely worded measure, which, in 1 'oto for the bill without question dum, which gives thc people power balance, amounting to only 12 per
demand that any act of Hie Leg , cent. When the people get the
0 truth, did not meet with thc entiro 'home Republican leaders ark op- to
must be submitted to them chance to do a little legislating the
approval of any one member of the jpoied to thc principle involved,
for adoption or rejec tax will be so adjusted that per
but it is believed that enough Re
• committee which put it forth. This
A General Banking Business T ransacted. o I 0 . bill went to the Senate and was publican vc.tes will be secured to •hat nt least 8 per cent of the legal sonal property will pav its share
:insure its paragons i purely non-
I of the tax. T he lobby or “third
Directors: W. Y. King, 1 S. Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E. Trisch. A there freely amended, some of the
house.” as it is eoaietinies called,
worst festuns being eliminated. As
J.. C. Welcome.
one of thc Dost corrupting in
e«S3*»«eu««eSMaMJUS»e«.%»»)SH*MS»»eC4SM3«*»Vl amended the bill |*i«»ed the Senate
in our state Legislature,
and was sent to the House. In the
tho national Congress.
I meantime the House committc:
professional cards .
with the Secretary of State not lea? Wealthy corporations 1 a-.e their
¡had reported a bill which was as
Brans Lonas No. 70, K of T.
bad a« tho bill which originally ap- ling of the bill as amcn<led by the than four months l-c-fore the elec ■ agent» present at ail sessions of
Meets e .err lliuraJjy night.
[caicd in tho Senate. Thia bill ; House, for it is only in that etape tion at which they are to be voted ¡the Legislature to fecure^legiJa-
J IL MaMULl.KN.
F. M. Joolan. C. C.
I tion in their interest. Large sums
. has now been withdrawn by the I that it stands any tlixucc of be-
8. Mothor.liead, !» of It. S.
Referendum pH-titions require of ruooev are used for that purpoae.
House committee and the Senate ’coming a.law.
| bill with still further amendments' Tho ertdit for bringi'g
- - this bill the signatures of 5 per cent of the It is through this corrupting influ-
BURNS CH AFTER, NO -19, O. E S
Meots »Seou l and fourth Mouday of
has been substituted therefor. Thei10 *1* Pr-SPl,t suape and of con id- i legal voters and must be filed with • enee in Jegialatiou more than any
•sch mouth In Masonic list), Vonglly
| amendments to thc Senate bill are «in8 ’<• a® among the probable lrg- the Secretary of State not more ¡other tliAt gigantic corporations
bur'dmg. Mrs M.ggio Lo van», W. M. f^PMain St —opposite Rank
'favored by 1’reaidcnt Roosevelt w*lire <b*turss of this Congress, than ninety day»/ after the final and trusts have arisen, which are
Mrs. I l «n tra Tlioiepson, Sac.
and the National Irrigation A b « oc I
*° *'** W®*tern tuetubers, adjournment of the Legislature a menauce to our liberties, and un
I a,ion. NuinerouBconf.r.-noc- hark* *hP l.ar.e given fo uiueh time and which ¡Mused thc bill on which less chccktd this splendid inheri
BURNS LODGE, NO. V7, A F. A A M. M *«»»«>» A O«a«T
thc referendum is demanded. The tance banded down to us from our
Marts Saturday <m or before full m« n.
w u w,rMj,0.
j,tB w Ctaryj ■ been held at the White House andiUbor li> lhe niBlter. to 1’rrtidcnt
Unalified brother» fr^tsrually inviivd,
iu tho committee-room with the n-
’veil, for his distinctly favor veto power of the Governor docs not forefathers will pas.« from the pot*,
<! K Ke.ysA. w. M.
F. S. Blöder.
suit that n a measure has been evol- Able attitude towards such a law, j extend to measures referred to the se-ision of the common people and
Bin ns, Oregon
i our liberties will be gone.
* red to which no one interested ini and his clear and emphatic state j people.
O.Uro at re.iilrnro, '1‘tionc 20.
There is a remedv for this grow
| the subject finds serious objection..
BURNS LODGK, NO. S3, A. <>. U. W. i
evil, which will be placet! in
The sole purpose of all the a-
Meets at Brown hall «»<-iv Friday eve- *
of the people to adopt or
Vieitins brothers fraternally in
'mendments proposed is to mnke:
vited. Tima Basere, W M. Chas. N. gtUGii A LIGOS.
coming «Iteti >n next
the measure a law to encourage
J. W Blgga.
homebuilding in the aiid land'
states When the critical point was
11VKNEY 1XJIM5K, NO. 77, L ft, O F
M m « ever» Mnrirdav evening, H-own’a I
reached in Congress in the discus-1
Visiting brothers fraternally in-1
put a stop to buying legislation,
fj0 tifile.? in Bank building.
eion of a possible irrigation law
Frank (J..Jarkaon, N. G-
bare majority the Legislators that and the lobby will^ease to exist,
President Roosevelt sent for all i •PecuGtive institution,
C. <L Smi'h, Secretary
the members interest and told} H*0 amendmeu.8 made to the vote for the measure represent but becaure there will be no excute f‘*r
TCI E CIRCLE. NO 1ÖS. WOMEN OF
them plainly and emphatically j Senate bill for the purpose of meet- a small minority of the p*eople. its existence. When the people
Wood raft. Maat« 2nd and 4th Toes-
what bis ideas were upon the sub-;
criticism provide clearly for the According to our present system get the veto power in their own
div st Brown's hall. Mr». Tilth Jordan,
Mr». Ione Whiting.
joct, showing a comprehension of withdrawal f om entry except un ' the laws we live under do not r°p hands vai table franchises will not
thc issues involved which amazed der the homestead law of all land rerent thc majority of the pcop’e. be granted V> rich corporations.
those with whom ho met in con which may be irrigated under a Many of our laws are made in tue The people's money will n t he
ference. IIis position was identi proposed project; also that no wa-1 int erest of corporat ions. Appropri voted away in the firm of subsides
cal with that which has been as- ter right shall be sold to any one ations are made that are unwise and extravagavl Appiopristions.
'suimd by the National Irrigation ; *'ho is not a bona fide resident or and extravagant. Salaries of of-
Thc fres pass rysteui w » no of
Y^II.UAMl A riTt«ERAI.D
Max-1 occuP^n* -■
01 die land to
irrigated, t . fit’®1« *r® increased until the, bur- the growing evils of uur time. It
chairman of the
executive i J as well as the owner thereof, and, Q‘‘« of taxation becomes almost closes the mouths of our officials
T race M arxb
Notary Publie, ¡ committee of thc association, has,
amendment was made tn the' mor® th"n wc‘■sn bear- lbc n),'n against the extortions of the rail
committee of thc association, has •
/.nie. Nota rial anti Real Estate
state control clause to.
‘1€ct to make our hws are not road conipauie». Those who rida
Anyone «»ndlng a Bkrtrìi and <1 eteri:«' loti mar
«Vtl«kly aaf«rt«iii our opluion fra« whwthwr an
l-'ad nien ! ,n fact n,anJ’ cf them
Continued on Fourth page.
iMVAHtlmi t< pr 'Uahlv MUMiLabia. ( T»mmnfiwM-
Iiun»4tri0«iy muOdviitial. iMnclbookoii t**t«tuj
«•ut fra«. < >HeM aaetioy for ••»-««»»< K
¡'•tatua takou thiouah Munii A Lo. rovaira
|JäF“Office in old Masonic building
tptrx-u nvCiM, w II boat ah
, lu tua
the neeeRsities of thc situation in sweeping in its effect and liable to serve their constituents faithfully.
Continued on Second page.
corporation men and i Thousand:» Have Kidney Trouble
that it did not provide against tue
A haudaowwly lllÌHdrata«! weafclf. !.4rreat etr»
interest of so ce cor-
and Don't Kr.ow it.
I speculative absorption of land and
«■HiAikNt of any ariautieu ¡«»araal. 7
». K a
I ¡«'ration or trust. Othsr6 are elec-
p M. JORDAN,
r.sar : tour ujoain», 4L HulJ t>yall newndnfvlerw,
How To l'iud O'oi.
water, and that interstate projects
5100 REWA2D $100.
£ Co.«”«**"’ New York
. ted because they favor some aspir Fl’l a 1 ottie or cctnman glass with your
krwà oktt», «W F SU WvIHua« «i. D. 0.
water and let it stand
b. rs; a
Practical Land Surveyor.
The readers of this j aper will be ant to the United States Senate.
. under its provisions.
to learn that there is at ' Primaries are managed by thc
Western members of Congress ( pleased
’-.Ta ur.be.ahhy ccndi-
j found that President Roosevelt had ilea8t one
diaeMse that sci- political machine with the elute al
t ticn of the I? !-
f ' 'I
neys; if it stai ,;s
g w. miller ,
takeo tho same position, rot ence ,,M ***" able to cl1re in a111 ready prepared, and only those who
your linen it E
¡through the dictation of any one it8 BtaS<’8 *nd lbi,t *s Catarrh.
evidence cf kid
Notary l\d>lic and Conveyancer,
ney treabie: toe
, person or interest, but through his:^:l^*9 ntQrrh Cure ia thc only chine candidates are elected to the
f.eque.it detire to
M»rt<ac»>. r>«ol», Bic., «»rreetly anni».
pa s it or pain h>
OSIee al I'.ors.
intra», Oragot». ¡familiarity with conditions in the pogit.iTe CUre n0W kno'vn ,0 thc
the back is a! o
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
r«wjr r»|>orl ou palr nlabllliy. «e give
uro enacted into law which would , n constitutional disease, requires a who are not the choice of thc peo I der are out. f order.
(ba »•« lagni aarvlra aad «d.ioe, a.id uur
What to Do.
abargaa aea modarato. Try ua.
serve the purpose of homebuilding, i con*t’tu*’’on’1' treatment.
Hall s ple. It seems to me about the There is comfort in the knewiedge ea
for which it was alone intended. ' C"tairh Curc *8 taken internally I only way a good measure can be often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's amp-
Root, the. great kidney remedy fulft!’., e very
He plainly intimateli that no meas- J i acting directly upon the blood and enacted into law is by pursuing thc wish hi curing rheumatism, pam Jn the
Physician and Surgeon,
I Opp. U.S. Patent 0fllM.Wa&hlacton, D.C.
kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
ure which did not conform to thesej I mucous surfaces of the system, policy of “log rolling,” that is, bask,
»f fhe urin-ry passage. It corrects Inal ility
ideas would meet his approval.
ilice at residence.
to hold water and scalding pain in peering
will vote for yours, which give« us it, or bad effects following
Wt proni ¡4 i y obtain U. B. und Forrif h
or beer, and overcomes that u.;~. sacari:
! liou, through Air. Maxwell, took t*ent s'renFth by building up tho many laws that arc obnoxious to wine
necessity cf being compelled to go c.'tcn
I have in mind men during the day, and to get up .many time#
si wok i uy men ANf>1 the same position and with the ad- constitHtion and assisting nature. thc people.
WOiteihh travel and advwrliae far old r^tnb-
dating the eight. The mild and Sbe extra
Ihhcd hotist of iol!d financial standing. 5 <»i»ry ministration and association forces ’n
ds "°rk. The proprietor who have been members of past ordinary effect cf Swamp-Root is soon
1780a ye r and rxpvn>t'a, all payable lit rath’,
i« curative Legislatures who are considered reaitiod. It stands the highest .for fts won
bn canvHasina re'piircd. Give references and opposed to tho”bill as reported^j have 80
enc.Joae fcHf-addri-e. > d *tnniiH u enveloped.
derful cures cf the most dfstrasslng cases.
Sand modal, aketcUor abolo oi lawiith n lor
there was absolutely no hope of its Pone” that lhf>? offer onc »“'^r=d failures because they were too con If you need a tnadicine you should nave the
Ad<1r«49 Manager, 353 Caston Bldg. Chtc<go.
frrarepnrl tm eatt-maniilty. B it frra took,
IbnrioHroureTlinr UtDifQ «rito
being enacted into law.
' Dollar8 fcr an-v eaFe that U fai!* to! scientious to pursue such a policy. Vast. Sold ly druggists in50c.andjl air..'..
I llAl/C" MHlIlVd
You may have a suc.pie bottle cf this
WANTF.D -SEVFRAl. PF.R.4OX9 OF CHAR
There has been no serious ob- /nre' ^nd for list of testimonials. 1 Such men are seldom re-elcetcd vcndeiful discovery
firt<«r Bild soofl reputation in eauh »tatcfnnr in
A bill was introduced in our’.ait and a bock that tellsp !” •>
, till« county r«inlred)tj repro.xont ar.d advertin' jection on the part of any member ,, AddreM'
old estHblhhed wealthy I«nk1n**'»« hon*-e <»f soll<l
e about it. both sentg
Legislature to reduce the fare on mot
financial etandlug. Ha>ary|1^0u weekly with to the amendments which arc now Toledo, O
absolutely fiee by mail,
expense« additional, all ntiyablo iu < n^n canh
We<lnt '<irty direct from hen.I ufRccN, Hor.-
address Dr. Kilmer it n<wv> m »«t r-t„ *
presented to Congress. There ha«! Sold by Druggists, 75e
¡: r oppusnr u s haitht office i C nn<1
carriegoa furnhheil. when imoeNNar»’. hnf
C»., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mei>
’ lH'ca*. Enclose self Rd'irrs,*e'i xtAnine I cn- ' hren difference of opinion as to tho
lIaIi’8 Fanii,-V PilIi arc thc U,t Railroad men were invited to ad- ;!?? resJh'g i.lr. fe.urcust'iiL.-ln
I Mt BILL Cut IO ALL
Geer & Cummins
vHnpe Mi’inpr. T'Civ-'H Vi''l-pi' , t'h*?ejt»
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