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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. MAY 10. 1902.
II state with perfect justice to alii PICK ON ONE STATE
classes of citizens and all sections
state. To summarize upon
W. J. FURNISH of this the subject,
I will say that I will
lie land« of the West that does not
have the approval of the Interior
It is not necessarv
Land-Grabber*»' New Scheine Department.
within ini power, a thorough-going,
that the department accept ull the
Pleiliren IIÍ iiim H to Give State clean-cut. upright business-like ad-
provisions of the bill, but whatever
a BilsinesH-Like Ailniinls-
measure passes, if any, must in
ministration in every detail.
“Coming down to p<>litics, I will
general lie acceptable to the Secre
Washington. April 3d.—A tre- tary of tin-Interior ar.d the Com
say that 1 am in thorough accord
Hardware of Every Description.
with the Republican party of Ore tuendoua pressure is being brought missioner of the General I,and
as defined in its declaration of to bear on Congress to pars some Ofliee. And at present there is n<»
Ashland. Or, Mav 1.—The full
principles adoptcl by the state law for leaning the vacant public such bill in sight.
text of the speed» of W. J. Furnish
convention. There is not an un- domain for grazing purposes. Cat
When the representatives of
at the opening of thr Republican aound plank in that platform:, tle interests now represented here Western cattle com panics who have
state campaign tonight, was as there is net an issue before th! peo have abondoned bo|>e of getting been appearing before tiie House
ple of the country today which the through either t.ie Millard or Bow committee found that they could
"No doubt most of you already ‘ Republican pa'tv found it neces ersock bills, and arc endeavoring to not rush through cither the Millard
know that I am not an orator or sary to dodge or st>addle It has secure enactment of special leasing or Bowersock bill, they proposed to
campaign speaker, and that I am taken an atlirn,alive and progres legislation tor Nebraska only. The pass some law providing only for
octao •••coo»«e simply a plain every-day business sive stand on the right side of President Laa asked the General leasing the public range» of the
II. < I.EVENR,
I mun not accustomed to the <lis- every public question bcforelhe Land Ofliee if such a bill would be State of Nebraska, basing the a-
Vice I’remdent. •
advisable, and Commissioner Her mo jnt of leasehold oti the extent of
w cussion of questions of the dav in | people at the present time. I not
e public, but accustomed to the ex i | only indorse the plutforin as adopt- man ha.» replied that it would not freehold, and inserting a provision
a-ting executive work connected e j, but I am proud to have the op l»e. as it would be a discrimination that no individual shoulu acquire
with the management of an active portunity to fight for it, and I wish against other Western states, and under the act a tract exceeding 50;
institution. For these to give you mv solemn pledge to do furthermore, would not pass in that 000 acres of grazing land. Their
( I u< orpuratrd. )
is entirely unnecessary i everything in my power to ad vance shape.
plea« for the passage of suck a bill
Chairman Lacey, of the House have ken strong, but the commit
fur me to say to you that I am not every principle therein enunciated.
public lauds committee, ba? rare,
« here to discuss the political issues "I am heartily in accord, also, fully drawn and introduced a bill tee has been unwavering.
i that confront us, but I do come with the resolution adopted by the
Seeing that no report could I*
A General Banking Business Transacted. •
here that we may become better ac 1 state convention with reference to1 providing for leasing the vacant had from the committee until the
r. Geo. Fry, W. E. Trisch. : quainted. and that I may become recognition by the Government of public range lands of the West, and department had taken somv action,
Directors: W. Y. King. 1 S G»-<*r,
J. C. Welcome.
: more familiar with your needs and the valuable services of the ludiau has rubmitted his measure to the these cattle interests appeared be
«»•««•«ae a eaao a eaaooaa-J-w. •*■«« aoociaoaeaaeaaoaaaoora
wants in connection with the ad- War Veterans who have been nef- House committee. The bill is be fore Secretary Hitchcock and Land
ministration of the affairs uf the i lectel s i long by the Government, lieved to meet inc conditions of the Commissioner He-manri, in the
will be a great pleasure for Interior Department. Hereafter, hope of [securing their approval of
"During the unparalleled period l 1 mi- t«a u * my every influence in be- the House committee will concen abillonthclii.es a>x*ve indicated,
Ri as» l.nuuK No 70, K oí I’
II. M Ml l.I.ltS.
of prosperity which we aietmw vn : half of the lodiAn War VtteHMM of trate its efforts on this measure, i But agaiu thev met with defeat.
Mi-ela evsrv II lursdnv night.
F .M Jordan. ('
and may req>ort it before adjourn I They were told that the department
joying, al! lines of industry ami Oregu: and \\ usiiington.
M.'.Unr.In-ud , k of R k.
could not pass on any bill until it
had been formally drawn, and tad
ttl'RNS CHAPTER. NO. 4». <» 1. S.
then been referred to them inr
Macla »acuivi «ixl fourth Mondar of
country. I; is but natural that ii for mutual protection under stockowners an opportunity iu the ■opinion. Tb- officials are not to
• «ch month in Masonic lixll, \ o«-gtly
Mr« Miggie I.rvciia, W. M
the business affairs of a great ar <1 iht i«. am' we recommand that arid regions to improve and protect be trapped into saying they will
Mr«. Eunice Thompavn, Sec.
prosperous state like ours
.Id the • ■ ns ar ox. .-nuzt all necessary the gra»s upon the public domain approve this or that bill, when the
jyj akshfn a uraRY
increase in like proportion The legmation to protect labor it all in the vicinity of their holding*», so bill has not taken definite sbajie.
BERNS i.OIiGF, NO 97,’ A F. à A M.
fact is Hie Stale of Oregon is to<laj its light* and privileges. In the as to prevent further deterioration, tThe only hope of the cattlemen
W L Marsden,
John W Geary,
Mart« Saturday on or before full monti.
an labor and the and the monopolization of the range now is to draw up a leasing bill in
a grr-.it business institution i ivol-
J'ltyiiciam <C Surycont.
<dualiQ«d brother« fraternally invited,
by owners of large herds of live such shape as to meet the objec
i E. Kenyon, W M
F. S. Rieder,
Buras. Oregon ving the expenditure of manv hun up ‘u: hi re ■ • tin- w< rkingman an
I'uder this bill, so much of tions raised by Commissioner Her
of the prosperity
dreds of thousands of dollars an
£^F~Olfi<r *t residence. 'Phone 20.
and semi-arid regiou as is mann and the Se-retary on the
onnti v. we recommend thatj
nually for the maintenance of the . r
of irrigation, roav be Millard bill. But there is a rad -
m;- - create a Department of
state institutions. In this great
grazing purpose, cal difference of opinion which en
business institution, every tax ■ Labor, in charge of a Secretary,
gu,'.« .» nous.
homestead, min ters here, anil from present indica
puyer of the State of Oregon, either 1 with a seat iu the Cabinet.” This
under existing tions there is little or no probabili
great or small, is a | urtner. Every 1 most heartily indorse in letter
dollar >if the many thousand ex and Spirit. Having been a laborer laws. Leases are to run not over ty that a compromise can le
HARNEY I.OIHÍE, NO 77, I <>. o I
pended must first be contributed in myself for more than half my life, live ye trs, and shall be limited to I brought about.
Mema sverv Saturday evening, Ilo.» ifs
There is reason to l>elirv<- that
Visiting Irrottivi« íraternallv in gt^eofHce in Bank building.
the wav of taxes from the bard I know what it is to earn the daily areas not exceeding 3200 acres fu
Frank O. Jackaon, N.G.
department will not approve a
earnings of the laborer, the farmer,
I'. G. timi'b, Secretary.
fixing the maximum amount
the merchant and those of cverv my heart always goes out in sym
U^lUUJIh A PITZtiKKALl)
of leasehold at 50.000 acres Suck
other walk in life, each alluring pathy with the honest toiler in the
Tl'l E CIRCLE. Ni> Hf», WOMEN <>l
Wvoilrrail. M«ela 'Jint mil 411» Tin*« Thoruleii William»,
his just proportion as nearly as the unequal struggle for his rights. As tributary to the lands to be leased I a bill would be open to the same
Ja» «t Brown’« hell. .Mr«. Tilli* Jordan,
Governor, I shall l»e ever watchful by them, and ti.e holder of a home objections, in a modified form, aa
Al’nrney at Law.
Notary Public, law-makers are able to adjust it.
Mr«. Ione Whiting.
Lau-, Notarial anti Real Eitatc
"I take it that in the election of of the interests of the laborer, and stead prior to patent mav obtain a were raised to the pending bills,
•i Governor the t>eoplc are merely will use my influence in liehalf of lease to not exceeding 10 times the namely,, that it would be primarily
< 'll lire II A II HOUIKTlIK’Ilt N.
Burn«, Oregon. i selecting a business manager whose all necessary legislation looking to area of land included in said home drawn in the interest of the Ifcrgo
Sunday School it Harney the £W<)ffice in old Masonic building duty it is as chief executive of the the protection of lalxir in all its stead, while freeholders may acquire owners or companies, aid would
first Sunday of each month ¡it 10
leaseholds in similar ratio upon the work t>- the detriment of the home
1 state to look after the business rights and privileges.
o'clock, A. M. On tin- second,
“I do not think it necessary or heretofore specified limit. Lessees steader and small stoekowner.
aflairs of the state rind to see that
third ami fourth Sundays of each
While a poll of tire public lands
for me to undertake to I may fence leased land and protect
month at 3 o'clock P. M. Preach p U JOIIPAS.
has not been maii.e. the
with the utmost economy, ami that discuss the political
ing servioes every second Suudav I
of the leading mem
> for every dollar of your money ex
Practical Lan<i Svrrryor.
at S P M.
there is consldcr-
you receive 1W cents' portunities to hear them discussed
Burna. Orrgna, pended
4'ontinueu on Second pan-
worth of benefit in return. The before the close of the campaign. I
various state institutions should l>c It was certain’y a part of the des upon the same land, and there is
g W Mil.IKK,
equipped, provided for and man tiny of our grand country that our not enough public lands in such, Over-Work Weakens
locality, the available lands will bej
Continued on Fourth page.
aged in a manner becoming this
great state of which we are all so
Notary PuMif. anti Canreyanrer,
bo years *
Unhealthy TCiJncys Make impure Blood.
proud. At the same time, the
EX PE R
Etc . «urreotly mad«
All the blood nvyotw body paases through
<)fTlt • si élttrw
should be enacted in the manage pleused to learn that there is at for 1 to ti cents an acre, aceordisg your kidney.» ones every three minute*.
The kidney.; a:e ycur
ment of every institution and every least one dreaded disease that sci I to classification, Such of the pub
blood pnriiiars. they fiU
h -ter out ibe waste cr
in all lic domuiu as is not leased shall re
impurities in the bioed.
H. VOLP, A. M., M. D. department thereof. To do this ence has been able to cure Catarrh.
successfully requiresagrcat amount i its stages and that is
If they aresick or o.:t
TRADE IVI ARKS
D k signs
The proposed law will rot alter the
ef o: ler. they fail to da
C opyright » A c .
Physician and Surgeon.
intona M>ndlnK • atovteh and dnarripf l<*n mat
positive cure now known to the status of grazing lands in forest re
l’*i i . aJiesandrhou-
Muluklr attfortulB our opluwin fra« wliwihwi an
Hivaoithm «• pr»>l»«hlr i»at«»table r. »amu»ina
serves. but the Secretary of the in
niatisni coni't f or.’ ex
liuti» •trloUv«4»nfldaut(ial. Handbook on I ntent»
Rlice at residence.
cess cf urie acid in the
••ul free. OldMl aaanrf fur ••'•taring |.a««Hit<.
terior is authorized to collect a per
l*4i.Hiii» ink «ti iFirniiifb Munn A <’«». reietta
blood, due to ncj'.e. z£
Oregon I believe you will, I will make my a constitutional disease, requires a
If*, witliout charge, iu ILa
home at Salem during my admin constitutional treatment.
Hall's capita charge on horses, cattle and kidney
Kiducy t.oubie cause-, qtdek cr tittsteaJv
istration. I will make a thorough, Catarrh Cure is taken internally, sheep which are iiermilted to graze h-Mit ' -at-, an I t.> <ket cne feci tv launch
A krauanmalT lll«»lr»t«<l «««»Ir. l«r.--«’ olr-
WANTED TRI SI WORTHY MEN
in the reserves. When mineral or they li.i t heart trouble, becav.e Eie he» t I»
«■l«u*in ul anr •.•¡•Him«' l.>«rn«l. Terni». »- a
womeiillo travel un«l ndverti»e for old estab- personal examination of all of the acting directly upon the blood and
IMT ; »our aonlka. »L Sola by «II n.«.<1e<d.r»_
walking in pumping thick. Kidney-
New York |; m > a y<* r mid expenses, nil payable in cash various state institutions, taking mucous surfaces of the system, other entry is made upon leased ore.r
poi-jiicd blood thiovgh veins and atteriei.
No « ativaning required. Give roferencen mid
irrwob O®o«. « »
Wartlnaru«. I». C.
It ui-.'d u be considered ilia. c:-.ty v naiy
land, the lease shall be cancelled.
rncl'‘.*e «rli-n<ldre*»wed MampV't enveloped. great pains to familiarize uiyself. thereby destroying the foundation
trouble.-weie to be li.ivcd to the ki.ste; q,
Addrein Manager, &' n > l axton Bldg. Cbivatfo.
with every detail thereof, learn the of the disease, and giving the pa Watering places on leasable are to bat no v modern s ilence prows that marly
cone'it'.uioiia! diseases hai c t'.c.r begin
needs ami wants of each and sec tient strength bv building up the. be reserved so as to be accessible all
ning tn l.idney tiouble
WAXTKI» «EVF.IUI PERSONS OE L’H A K
act er atwl ;:on<| reputnlioti rt •*a«*h alatt*(unv in that they are managed with the ciH.stitution and assisting nature from all leased lands in the vicinity.
if you are s'ck y ou can make no mistake
this county required/to r»*pi»*sent ai.ti advertiac
Leases mav lie renewed, provided, by first doctoting your kidney;. The v.il
old ostabli-vhcd n oalth\ Uit 111«»s*. hull«* of no|id utmost economy, ami to the best in doing its work.
Ui yrril« for our oonfldantlal kTter befor- ap-
i id ili- emaou.in.ir/ ef'.c t <f Dr. IC.lr.ie, -
flnaueiul MtandiiiK >«’Hrv|1K00 weekly with
lUrint for MlHitiit ni«y be worth money.
expensvM additional, all paynble in ra«h each interests of all the people of the, have so much faith iu its curative, the lands do not fall into the hands Suamp-R'Xd. illogica; ! .. jk / len.e.'y i-
VV, promptly obtala V. S. and Fortum
Wrdlie>day direct from head offices. lfors«»
•oon realized. It siandrr tbs highest Io.- its
and ciirriatr*» furnished, " urn nw•es*ar' Ref whole state.
I will devote mr powers that they oiler one Hundred
wond :: fol cui cs vi the tiu>u distressing casca
rreiicv' Encioso self njilr<»s«rd stamped rii-
% elope M hii R rit , . 16 <’« xton Biiiltlin“, Chicago. time ami energies to the affairs of Dollars for any case that it tails to
and is sol I un ili rierht
1*1 BMC LAND LEASING
by all druggist > iu fiily-
the state as I would to the mail- cure. Send for list of testimonials,
J« «JoH <Ti.UnLf.SPy1 W J -
cent and one d< liar siz
J. Cheney. A Co., No BUI Can Be Passed That es. You may have a
«>• bril !««•! ».rvtee an I mRlee, ami ovr
agemeut of any private business
l;har(M are modérai.. Try ua.
aarupte bottle by mad
liepart nient Disapproves of.
concern of which 1 were manager. Toledo, O
ftee. also pamphlet telling you hoiv to tind
SWIFT & CO.,
out if you have kidney or bl.u! ’.er troubl”.
Mention this paper ». her. writing Dr.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine t «^* and uphold all the la«s of the Hall’s Family Pills are the
Opp. U.S. Patent OUce.Waehlagten. D.C.
t C ^fnr' .-. ’ito.i JI. 7.
Geer & Cummins
THE CITIZENS BANK
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