Harney valley items. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 188?-19??, July 05, 1902, Image 1

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BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 5. 1902.
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MC\A1 CADECT
QCCCQUC ¿ inanvofthe
mentioned
new
rllntol ntotnit
0Midpetitioo localities
wh.cbare|ituated
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NO.32.
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BAKER BILL WINS
ALL OREGON REPUBLICAN
Every County Carried by Bean.
in Grant county, Oregon.”
Dunbar uml Moore.
These petitioua have been placed!
T<» Indurle Strawberry Motin . in the several localities in the south House Committee Takes
Salem, Or , June *26.—The elcetii>n
tulio tlir Noiiree of silvie» and west part of Grant county and (
Asaaj-OiHce Measure.
returns
made public yesterday con-
und Malheur Rivera.
are being circulated and largely.
tai
md
several
surprises, the most
signed for reason that the interior I
important
of
which was the large
department has the matterof recoin-
Washington,
June
26.
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By
a
vote
average
Republican
plurality,
mending the creation of the propos­
Hardware of Every Description.
From an article in the Blue ed reserve under consideration.) j of tire to four, the House committee ceacbiog, as it does, over 15,000
Mountain Eagle, of Canyon City, This matter has been hr night about , on coinage, weights a.id measures votes. Though tiie regi»tration fell
BL'iCWN,
OREGON.
it is evident that a petition has by the large irrigation companies (today deciiled to teport Representa­ 10 000 short of that of two yearn
I been filed with the Interior De of Harney county who have under-{ tive Moody's bill establishing an ago, the total vote for state officer»«
wa.« KtOO to 5060 greater than two
pertinent to create a Forest Reserve taken the matter of reclaiming! assav oflii'e at Baker City. Some
years
ago or four years ago. The
! of the watershed known us Straw- large tracts of desert land in the
general
apathy that was eaid to
I of those who voted for the Baker
| berry mountains in Grant county, Harney valley under the Carey act,
exist proved not to be manifest on
the source of Silvies, the middle and are desirous of having all of City bill did so because both that election day.
i fork of the Malheur and the south the territory mentioned in the ¡>e- town and Portland are in Moody’s
Another surprising feature ÌM
fork of the John Day Rivers This tition created into a forest reserve, district, and they believe he. rather that the only candidate in whom
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will be news to the j,eoplo of Har­ in hopes that by stopping the sei- i than his colleague, should have the
JOHN W HIGtiN. t'rrsi.lsnt,
II. C I.EVENH,
the labor unions had a direct in­
(<R » FRY. Cashier
ney
county, to whom it is said the tlement of that part of the country, right to determine in which city
Vice Preaident.
terest, J. E. Godfrey, for State
benefit will enure. The Eag'.e also the water supply of the streams
I
Printer, did not run ahead of his
the
office
should
be
located,
and
states that the move to create a re- leading to Harney and Malheur
,
ticket.
His opponent for the State
that
he
should
shouldes
the
respon
serve is in the interest of the‘'large lak es would be increased thereby.
Printcrsbip
ran behind 4000 votes
irrigation companies of Harney i This is the sole and only object sibility for the selection. The four
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or
more,
but
Whitney's loss was
( Incorporateii )
.county.” Wc have no large irriga- that any person or corporation adverse votes were from members jnot Godfrey’s gi-in. Godfrey ran
BVICN'N,
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OREGON.
j lion companies, and if the settlers could have in view in asking the who do not believe in establishing ahead in Multuomah County, where
of this valley, and the interests of president to create this reserve, us­ any more assay oflices. The bill
the unions are strongest, and Ma­
Capital Stock
225.000 00
the country, u'e guarded as they ing the preservation of the timber
rion, where he resides, but lie lost
reported
appropriates
$15,000
for
A General Bi ikin? Business Transacted.
should be. we will have no land only a.« a guise. There is not a
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person interested in the creation of the construction of a suitable build­ in some other counties. His friends
grabbers of this kind.
Directors: W Y. King. 1 S (Jeer, Geo, Fry, W E. Triach.
¡expected that the labor vote would
J. (.'. Welcome.
The creation of a reserve of the ibis proposed reserve but what ing.
i make him a close cun testant for
watershed mentioned will undoubt­ would buy every acre of timber in­
Both Representatives T«>ngue ' the ofliee.
edly be of great benefit towards cluded in the tract proposed if there aud Moody were present at the
T
If me
the wm
vote : on nuprvme
Supreme »uaire
Judge or
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I. «*•<<• BMrwatory.
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holding up the waters of tbe rivers were any transportation facilities meeting, the former arguing in sup- gecretai --
- be taken as the
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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try
of
State
. having their source there. If the for handling it at present.
port of his bill for an assay office
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... laftpr - f*AP t . no ; standard, there is not now a Deum-
Kt nitu I xiuvk No. 70, K of P.
Are the people of southern Grant tit
I’nrtianil tm«l
■ mountains were nude of their for-
at Portland,
and tliA
the latter for the icratie county in the state. Bean
Mr.'« «very liinr.ilav ni|tlit.
J U MoMVLLBN.
’ests. the snow without its protection county going to remain silent and favored measure. Moody pointed
F \t Jordan, ( ' < '
I carried every county, as also did
would go off in a rush with the first allow their vary gateway to be clos­ out that nearly three-fourths of tne!
S Muüivr.ii* ad . K vi II if.
i Dunbar. The onlv counties carried
PHOTOGRA1HER
warm days of early spring, and the ed with a forest receive for the pur­ ; annual output of gold in the state j ( by the Democratic candidates fer
KI RNS ('ll \ FTF.lt. NO. «U, O. E S
green fields now dependent upon pose of satisfying the greed of some | is produced in Eastern Oregon, lie
i Congress were Baker, Linn and
Hurns, Orrj«u.
.Meets «croud and fourth Moudav of
UnjO(j Raker jg
home of the
this water, would become parched cor]ioration? The Blue Mountain j contended that as the chief advant. | I Union.
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each mouth in Maannic hill, Voegtlv
Main St —opposite Bank
Eagle
trusts
that
they
will
not
do
wastes
latter
>n
for
the
want
of
it.
j
age
of
an
waay
office«
to
enable'
Denjocrati<;
candidaU
fro||1 the
bntldlng
Mr» M «arte Levens, W M.
Mr« Kanu» Thompeuu. See.
Harney Valley would not be the so, but will at mice get their names j miner« to exchange thetr dust and
onlv place the benefactor of a forest on a petition protesting against the , bullion for coin, an assay office at i,
. , ’s candidate
«• »
home „r.L
of the same party
BURNS 1-OlKiE, NO. »7, A F. «i A M. M AKsnr.s a uicaur
reserve in the Strawberry moun­ creation of this proposed reserve, Portland would be ot little utility ■-
from the First District, so it may
Meet« Saturday on or before full moon.
W L Mariden,
John w Geary,
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tains. All the country including If theie is no petition being circu­ ; to the miner,
since the expressage be said that tkeir majorities in
Qualified brother* (ratrrilallv invited,
/Vy«t>ùxRd <£• Suriieone.
three or four counties watered by lated in vour community copy the ■ on the gold from the mineral di«-'
<:. K Keayvn, W. M
F. K. Rieder,
these counties were due to local in­
Hoey.
Burns, Oregon. these streams would receive its one published in this article, secure triet of Eastern Oregon to Portland
fluences.
Judging by the Con­
f^T’Olfice *t residence. 'Phone 20.
blessings. The injuries to a few. the signatures of all your neigh­ would !< about equal to the exch
BCKNS LODGE. NO. '.<3, A O. f. W
gressional
vote,
I’nion is the onlv
compared thegreut benefit to thous­ bors and send the same to the Blue | ange now charged them bv the
Meet« at Brown hall e,«ry Fridav .vo­
Democratic
county
left.
Mountain Eagle and it will at once | banks in the mining section,
limi;
Visitili« linither» fraternally iri-
ands, is i nsignificant.
vtel. Tinta. Sauere, W. M. Cha«. N. gl 1U«A SUJOS.
State
Treasurer
Moore carried
A petition is l>cing circulated in be filed with the department of the
The fact that tbe establishment j everv county except Harney, and
CorUraua, Ueotrder
J W Biffa.
Paiten Biffa
Gra itcounty remonstrating against interior. This matter must not be ) of a smelter at Sumpter is practic­
¡there be tied with his opponent.
IIAENEY LOIKIE, NO. 77. t. O O F.
the proposed reserve, which we cop}' passed bv unnoticed or it may re­ ally assured, he said, makes a fur-
Attornpyn-af-Law.
¡Ackerman,
Republican candidate
Meet*every Katiinlav evening. It ovili
from the Eagle with its comment sult seriously detrimental to every , ther argument in favor of an office
BIKM. ORKGON
hall
Vintili« brother* fraternally in­
:
ofSiqienntendent
ol Public Instruc-
vited.
Franko Jackson, N O.
To the President of the United resident of southern Grant county. at Baker City. Since there are nc
>flier in Bank buillinjj.
't.ion,
swept
every
ucunty except
C. G. Him li, Secretary.
States ;
! mining districts near Portland an
Polk,
where
tbe
Democratic
candi-
A PROTEST
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“Whereas, There has been a pe­ SETTLERS FILE
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as^av office would be of no utility i date has resided all his life.
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tition filed in the department of Object to Rcclainiition of liar-: there until a smelter ir established,
O^Il.I.IAMN A FITZUSKALI i
i Crawford, Republican rcmime
uey (.'ouiit.v Arbi Lunds.
the interior praying that you de­
. Moody does not expect that the for Attorney General, carried the
riioralau Wllllaai,
M Filatera!«.
clare the establishment of a forest
House will give consideration to
■entire state, with the exception of
Salem, Or, June 2-1.—Harney
AUnruer-al Law.
salary Publie,
r»serve to take in. cover and include
' this bill at this session, but he Douglas, where a personal tight
/.au., Notarial ami Real Retate
County
settlers,
and
the
French-
Church AuRouiK-emeu ts.
all the land embraced in tbe fol<
hopes to hive it up next session. ¡was made on him, and Umatilla,
Practice
lowing named contiguous localities, Glenn Livestock Company, of Har­
Representative Tongu?, when i the home county of his opponent,
Sunday School at Harney the __
Burns, Oregon.
first Sunday of each month at 10 jfV*Office in old Masonic building (being parts of Grant. Malheur and ney Valley, have protested against! asked what action he proposed to j Rxker aud Union were the only
Harney counties)!» wit: The en 1 the granting bv the State Land take, said : “If by any possibility’
On the second,
o'clock, A M
! counties carried by the Democratic
tire watershed known as Strawberry Board of a contract to the Harney ! I can help Mr Moody in passing
third and fourth Sundays of each
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,
, candidate for State Printer, for
mountains ; tbe headwaters of the Valley Improvement Company for i •*
tlm - bill in its ---------
present * e form
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through
u ' .
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month at 3 o'clock P. M ’ Preach -
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* whom a heroic fight was made.
p
M JORDAN.
north
and
middle
forks
of
the
Mai-
tbe
reclamation
of
about
60,000
the
House,
I
shall
gladly
do
so.
Of
>
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ing services every second Sutulav
i
■ heur river aud their tributaries; acres of arid land located in Har­ I course, there is no question but that; On.ar!>o i)e,lic,.rat.
at N P. M.
Practical hind Surveyor.
| Sil vies river and its tributaries; ney County. The contract against j in the SenatJ Portland will be
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j[r9. j{ j; .Syiue at.ii son Willie,
At the Presbyterian church ,
Burna. O reff an, Silver creok and tributaries; and
j
which
the
protest
has
been
filed
is
Nlituted
fur
Baker
Citv,
and
the
an-
retut ned to Ik»€D« on Monday,
Burns, Rev. A. J Irwin pastor. I
the south fork of the John Dav t (lending before the board, and was i propriation for the building will bej also Mr. Dickenson, father of the
Divine services the third and fourth i
river and its tributaries ; all of the about to be executed. The signers stricken out.’’
I lady.
Sundsys of meh month at lla. m. g W MlLLMIt,
said lands contained therein to con- ¡of the protest allege that there is i He said that to bis mind, if the
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at;
j Fish Warden Van Dusen has se-
10 a. tn. every Sabbath morning. ! Notary Public and C»ne<y«nr<r, j stitute and comprise one compact , not sufficient water supply in Sil-, bill ever reached conference, the I cured permission from the govern­
and complete reservation.”
1 vics River, from which it is pro-i Portland proposition would be a<:- ment to place fish rack*, in Snake
Preaching services at the Baptist
! “That the localities mentioned posed to divert water, for the pur- eepted, rather th^n the Baker City, river, near Ontario, to catch fish
Mort^agim. Lhtadn, lie , aarraetly made.
church every 1st ami 2nd Sundays, Office at fftnre.
Marna, Oregai. ami described as, the watershed poses of irrigation to serve the ns both Senators are in favor of
i for propagation purposes Mt the
morning and evening, Sunday
known as the Strawberry moun­ company and the livestock inter­ Portland, lie says, moreover, in ; state lxtcbery near tiers.
school every Sundaj at 10 a. m.
tains; the headwaters of the middle ests of that section. The protest determining the location of an as­
prayer meeting every Thursday H. VOLP, A. M . M. D. fork of the Malheur, Silvies river was argued before the board this say ofliee in Oregon, Congress will i A rumor was current on the
evening.
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and the south fork of the John Day J afternoon by Judge Webster, of consider that Portland is so locat­ street Wednesday that Pat Moore,
Services at Christian Science
Physictan and Surgeon,
i river are all situated in Grant coun­ ¡Portland, lor the company apply-1 ed as to draw from Eastern. West­ who killed George Simpson at the
countv
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every i _
ty, Oregon, and contain large tracts j ing for the land, and E. I’. McCor- ern and fonthern Oregon. Extern Devine ranch in Harney
and
then
fled
the..x>nntrv.
had
lieen
Sunday at lla. tn. and S p. m. ÍÍFOrtice at residence.
of valuable mineral ami agricultur­ ' nack. of this city, who represented Washington and Idaho, .Alaska and
captured
in
Arizona.
Burns,
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Oregon
Service Wednesday evenings al S.
al land subject to entry as such 'the settlers and livestock men of; British Columbia, ami would get a
i
John D. Duly and wife, Hattie
Everybody is invited ta attend
; under the laws of the I' nited States.” ( Harney County. Tiie hoard has large portion of the product of the
these services
Bartlett.
Pauline Locher. Mrs. J.
“
That
owing
to
the
lack
of
trans
­
reserved
its
decision,
ami
will
take
Rosalind
mines,
while
Baker
City
t
WANrEI»-TRt'SrW<iKTHY MEN AND
i;)a
t
Robertson
and Gussie Kingsbury,
i womeiMlo travel and advetiise f»>r old eatab- portation facilities there is uo dan­ ; the matter under advisement.
would only lienetit mines in
' lislicd liutiNt oi «olid llnaneial aiatidina. Salary
all
of
Drewsev,
were in the cit*
' S7NOa yv r and ripena*’». all payable in < a*It ger of the timber in said localities i
(This is the irrigation company one gold field.
N’n canvas tint’ required. Give reference* and
enrloaH writ addresMtd atampeu enveloped. being disturbed for years to come.’’ of which W. D. Hanley is president.
The
old
rivalry
between
Portland
Saturday
and
registered
a*, the 11 >-
Addrr.it Maatfer.
Caxton Mltif. CbicafQ.
tel
Ontario.
They
utter,did
the
“That the creation of such a re­ Thb lands they wish to grab, (re) and Puget Sound was fanned into
funeral
of
Abner
Robbins
at
t'ntou
seriously retard the claim, tn n»e the language of the lifu aguiii lu'luy when Representa­ I
WANTEll-SEVKRAl Vi.iiSONS or CHAR serve will
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astemi:«) tfood reputation hi each itate($»ne in
tliln county re<|tiired >t<> repr«A«ut ai.d advertise i growth and prosperity of said lo­ gentlemen, begins at thivtce River tive Jones filed with the Commis­ i .and were on their way i:ome.
I (»Id «utaldiwealthy biiidn«M house of nolid
a complaint of the, We noticed the following sheep­
I Anan«*ial fttandinr. .Salary l!A M w«ek!v with calities and of (»rant county in gen­ and runs southeast past Harney. sary-General
tradì marks
I' eipriucN additional, all payalde in casn each
Desiane
Wednesday direct from head office*. Hora«« eral and will be of little or no bene­ If the river was changed into the Merchants’ Ass«xdatmn of Seattle men from Malheur and Ilarney
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CoevRiawre <c.
and varriniceN fumhhed, when weeeaiiarv Kef
Anvoaa ••odio« a «kalote and daMVtatlon tua*
all supplies for the counties «m our streets last Monday.
•raii^N, tnohMie sell addre^i*ed stauiisrd en- fit to any other locality.”
banks of the ditch they propose t«> alleglng-that
_ _
auleti? eaeerlaiv aar ofMiMni fra# whatbar a»
I valop«. Manafar', SHCaxtan Bnilding, Chu-aro.
inventi«»* la proftably pai aula bla. <'<>e*mmak-a-
‘
•Wherefore,
wc,
the
undersigned,
buiid
it
would
not
irrigate
the
land
Aruiy
in
Alaska
bad beet« purehas- John Wood. M. W. Hart, K.E,Bilk­
< Una «irtctiy eenffdaMUal. Handbuoà «m »’aleuta
••ni irne. dM«al aaaury (or »arttrina >*aiartfa.
Faletifa ta*aa thr<>u«h Munii A (o. recetr«
¡citizens
and
property-owners
in
cd
in
Portland,
and that Ptrget er, Stacy Goodwin, Jas Paul, J. k.
they wish to secure, it is estima­
•^•lai aotka, wHhoul char**, In thè
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(Irani county, Oregon, residing in ted that they will spend $100,000 Sound merchants were being dis- Jenkins, J.
II. A........I
Seaward, T Leu
Bur-
and
abjacent
to
said
localities
most
crituin
ilcil
against.
The
charge,
gess,
G.
W.
Harkness,
G.
W.
Pag«,
in
the
construction
of
a
canal,
or
in
A kauSaoRely lllaatrate« vraklv. Eanrwl otr-
ealaUn« nt any aeleiiilfla L.urnul. Temo *« a
remonstrate against other words au expenditure of a- with others of a eitnilar cbaraclej, E. H. Crosby, John Hofixoau and
Thia ai«n«Uire i« on every baa of the (nonine respectfully
• uar : tour eiontba,IL Sai« tirali ne«,«aalan>.
the est dilisbmout of a forest reserve bout $1.30 per acre )
will l»e investigated.
Joins Cannon
MUNN& Co.””'"*’-New Yor k Laxative Rrumo*Quininc r»
Geer & Cummins
THE CITIZENS BANK
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