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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. JULY 12
SI.50 l>r Ì rar.
GOOD TO OREGON
all of the last month of the chair ty. The passage of the bill which Dakotas, which formerly drew he»v
man and one or two other mt-mliera ex lends to owners of wagon-road ily on the Oregon ranges for ieod-
of the Senate committee on public grants the right to relinquish to ers, have this year been stocked
lands. It is my bill for the relief settlers lands which they have er from Texas, and they are likely to
< ongres* Ural. LilmruBy with “f the settlers in Sh'rman County roneously patented in lieu of other* continue to draw from that source.
within th« wagon-road grant. Rep will relieve many settlers through-. A few thojsand cavuses ha» e
State.- Ilclegalloii on the
resentative Moody's bill looking to out the state of the loss of their im been taken from the ranges for
thrir relief, and which may anti I provements ami restore their title. Army use in Africa and for the
hope will bring relief to a portion The Indian War veteran bill natur Linnton pickling and fertilizer
of the aettlers, bus passed both ally appeals to a native Oregonian works, but there are still a vast
Washington. July 1.—The ses-
Hardware of Every Description.
Houses and will become a law as tin- act of all the most deserved.'' number of animals at large that
hìo : i of <'ongres» which came to •
will only give relief, however-
ought, in the interest of the stock
' close today accomplished much for to those whom the wagon-road com
business, to be gotten ont of the.
the Pacific Northwest. Both Ore pany is w illiog to give a release ami
country. Au ornery cayuse pony
gon and Washington have fared take exchange, ami this legislation
that will hardlv bring enou»li in
well at the hands of the first session will not in any manner (ontliet
the market to pay his freight to the
of the Fifty-seventh Congress, lu, with my bill to indemnity all the
honerard consumes as much pas
fact, at no oilier Congre«« have, settlers who have lost ttieir prop-
ture as would be required for a
the«c states fared k > well as at thia arty with a money indemnity, and IncrraM* of Season Brine* Num DXXl-pound steer. Many thou
ber up to 5,04 Ml,(MM»
session, although large appropria« I intend to pres* it atronglv at the
sands of these worthless animals
tu'tis were biade by former session« next session, having obtained a
r at out the rang«* of Eastern Ore
gon an 1 make hard picking for cat
■ for river and harbor improvements. favorable report from the Depart
For rivers ami harbors, Oregon, in ment of the Interior.
Livestock Agent C. T. Mi’.lis, of tle. And. of course, they increase
"And last, but not leas’, an isth
cluding tho Columbia River, gets
faster than the useful and profit
about $2,0X9,(100, and Washington mian canal has been provided for. the (>. R. ,t N., says there are more- able animals, for which there is a
« over ♦'.•(•1.0<M) The Indian bill car which will result, if it is within ’sheep on the Oregon ranges than good demand at all times.
( I ncorpurate I )
I ried the uecssary amouqt for con physical and engineering pojsibili- thev ever knew la-fore at one time The prosperity of th« livestock
I tinuing schools and agencies in both ties, in the construction of a canal save the Oregonian. Comparutive- men tends to overgrazing of the
alate«, while minor appropriation^ on one or th« other of the two Iv few were sent to market last year range. They do not care to tell
were made in the sundry civil bill. routes—the Panama or the Nica la-cause tiie price was not to high until they can g< t the. top ¡»rices of
The Portland Postoflice is assured ragua—which route will depend on as the year before, and this result the vear before, tinil often the mar
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Directors: W Y. King, I S (¡.<-r, Geo. Frv, W. E. Trisch. O of $200,(XX) and ¡flO.fXK) allowed the decision of ‘.he President as to ed in a large accuurmutation of ket will not justify them. Then the
.1. C. Welcome.
• will put the finishing touch« s on, whether a satisfactory title can be sheep that would have moved un stockmen, not needing the money,
obtained to the Panama plant and der other conditions. The large iu- bold their animals for better offers,
the ( 'uatom House.
’»»«in «•••«» ÿ»A*nt Mee»»»»
Aside from appropriations, Ore»J property.”
crease this season hut still further! And the stock accumulates and 11 .*•
Representative Tongue said :
I ud^e |»lrr«*tui y .
gon has been exceedingly fortunata
----- _ ar.d _' ’ brought the ■ range suffers.’
-----i i the
in local legislation, getting an lu-! "I am please! beyond expression, number of animals well up toward
dian war pension bill; the < rater; at the accomplishments .•!' this ses-' MXMXM>. This is more than there Ontario Argus.
Ed. Stauffer, one of the old
Luke National Park: authorization, sion. The final enactment of the is range for ordinarily.
and large .-¡lock men, of the
of the aah-of Umatilla lands, and
country is in town for the
ceptionally favorable for the sheep, I
relief for Sherman County settlers,1
Bl KNM CHAPTER. SO. 4V, O E. S.
however, and there has been com second time in six years. Ed is
aside from a number of private pen
.Meets »econil mid fourth M oik I sv <>(
ifying. The creation of the Crater paratively little trouble where in one of the kind that never forgets
nach laoitll. ua Mston.c li«H, Voegtly jtdP-'dmn St.—opposite Bank.
Commenting upon the resultij of I.uke National Park, another prob an ordinary season there would friends and always has a pleasant
Mr». Miopie Leien», W. M
Mr» Eunice Thowifiion. See.
the ression, Senator Mitchell said :| lem of long standing, was also ac have been great slaughter of the word. He savs that there is not a
"In the main 1 an greatly pleased, complished after hard work. Ore innocents, and there has not been place that he knows of that has put
jy| AKSDEN Z GÏALY
BERNS LODGE, NO. t»7, A F. .< A. M.
:;s I think the members of the dele gon. I believe, fared as well in the entire harmony this year. But the on such a change in appearance as
M«et« Satiirdav on or L«fore full moon.
W I. Mimlen,
J«hn w G.iry.
gation have been more than usual-' river and harbor bill as any state, cool, moist weather has made grass Ontario has in the last efx years.
Api.ililird brother« íriternullV invited.
lv successful in accomplishing what1 in proportion to its population. plentiful and theie has been little He brought i»i 5«0 head of hornea
< , E K«ny«ti, W. M
I . N. Rieder,
Burns, Oregon. they started in t J do. Many nieas-1 The iternianent improvement of the occasion to fight for pasturage. But which were «hipped to Omaha.
urea of importance to Oregon have mouth of the Columbia, ami more it is also early in the season. It is Nebraska.
jp^"Oi!ii e »t residence. 'Phone -’0.
I’.liBNS LODGE, NO. US. A O V W.
become laws. A fairly good Chi particularly the opening of the l’p-j expected that the sheep will experi I. II. Holland, bookkeeper for
Meet» at Brown hall avnrv Friduv eve
Vj.itinir brother« iraternallv tn- I
nese restriction act, although not per Columbia, are matters for con ence considerable difficulty in get the P. L. S. Co, at ¡‘.urns, arrived
v'tad. Tin*» Sagers, W. M. Cliaa. N.i gl'.i.« A lll<.US
ail that was desired generally bv gratulation. Other matters of lo ting feed along in dug days or lat in Ontario Sunday to move hie
t «. kraue, Recorder.
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J w Bi(s«.
the people of the Pacific Coast ; good cal interest, coupled with the ja«<- ter. Then will come the real test I family and effects to their new
appropriations for the various rivers age of the irrigation bill, the isth to see how many sheep can be home. Mr. end Mra. Holland and
HARNEY I.GDGE, NO. 77. 1. <». <> F
Meets every Satuniav evening. Brown's
and harbors, a good appropriation mian canal bill and the Chinese maintained on the Oregon range. little daughter Gladys left Thurs
III UNS. OKKGON.
Visiting broth«™ ir.it«*rii»lli in
for the commencement of the con exclusion a. t give our people much And the conditions are such Th.it day tor Burns. Their many friends
Franko J ark son, N.G.
OttliC in Bank building.
I'. G. Smi'h, He< retare.
the market is rather expecting the in Ontario wish them prosperity
struction of a canal and locks at to be thankful for.’’
Celilo, which at last insures the, Senator Mitchell and Represen price of sheep to fall.
and happiness i.u their new home.
TCI E CIUCI.E. NO l«VS. WOMEN OF
No large shipments of sheep have
opening of lheColutubia and Snake tative Moody ha<l an interesting
Woodcraft. Meet« 2nd and 4th Tues- yyil.I.UIhA FITZGERALD
dai at Brown's liall. Mrs. Teli» .Ionian,
Rivers to free navigation aboye session with the President and Sec gone East this year. If the corn
Home merchants who will not
Mr». Ione Whiting
Thor u ton William«,
have been passed. The retary Hitchcock at the Capitol to crop of Kansas, Nebraskr and Iowa j advertise have no kick coming if
Attorney at Law,
irr'galion act is of great import- day over the bill authorizing the shall turn out good, a considerable people send away for goods. It is
jiv . Notarial anil Real Estate
Church A n won ncr inrii t *.
¡ance to the West generally, includ sale of the unsold portion of the sheep movement in that direction true that the home inerchr.nt can
Umatilla Indian reservation. Al may l>e looked for. for the price of furnish the same goods cheaper
ing Eastern Oregon and Idaho.
Sunday School at Harney the
Hitchcock recommended in screenings, on which sheep 3re fat than the big catalogue houses, but
"The bill pensioning the old In
first Sunday of each month nt ID I fW’Ofiice in old Masonic building
it, when the bill was before tened, is governed by the price of how are the people to know this if
dian war veterana is paramount to
o’clock, A. M. On the second, I
all in the interests of a long-neg the House he attempted to defeat corn, and a large corn cron will he does not tell then through the
third and font th Sundays of each
lected class of eailv pioneers. Au I it in the Senate, and when it came mean cheap screening? and a heavy columns of the home paper? a
month at 3 o’clock P. M. Preach*
thority has been given to the Treas to the President for his signature demand fur range sheep to fatten. merchant who cannot realize th«
ing service« every second Sunday
The present prospect for corn is value of advertising does, not
ury Department looking to the set this afternoon, Hitchcock again
al H P M.
I'rarticul ¡.anil Surrryor.
raise 1 objections, holding that the good, and it is certain that the over amount to much, anyhow, and
At the Fresbyterinn church
Burnì, Oregr«»*. of Oregon of about $340,(MX) due on appraisement was made 10 years pressure on the Oregon ranges will
never carries an up-to-date stock.
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
account of aid furnished bv the ago. and was now too low. as theVweleotne the relief that will come Always deal with the uxrchauts
Divine services the third and fourth
state during the War of the Rebel- land lia.il greatly increased in value, from an active demand in that who invite vour patronage through
Sundays of each month nt 11 a. ui. g W MILLER,
lion, Provision has been made by Both Senator Mitchell and Repre quarter. A few bands of saeep have, a neat ad in the hour* paper.—Ex.
and 7:30 p. in. Sabbath school ut
sentative Moody labored with the been driven into California thisj
10 a. tn. every Sabbath morning. Notary Public and Conveyancer, tho Senntc for the settlement of a
long-standing controversy between Secretary, and finally he yielded, year and many more arc likely to
J. S. Locke was in from his ranch
Preaching services at the Baptist
He has just returned
MortRa^ws, Dotd.x, Etc., «orraotly made.
church every Island 2nd Sundays, Office at tftorr
Burna, Orejón. ed States, and the b.U wi’.l undoubt to the bill in the presence of both sent toadjoining states are hardly from a horse buying trip through
morning and evening, Sunday
missed from uiir millions.
edly pass the House next session, of them.
the interior ui.d while out he suc
school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Senator Mitchell and Represen
fhe wool clip Las been unusual ceeded in purchasing forty-tbr««
Twenty-five thousand dollars is
prayer meeting every Thursday H< VOLP. A. M.. M. D. appropriated for the new brick dor tative Tongue today recommended fur both quantity and quality. The carloads. The horses were shipped
mitory for the Chemawa Indian the reappointment of (>. II. Anple- quantity is not adequately repre- ea6t | lst Sunday, twelve earloads
- .. i i 1 o. I l.t*
I o r 11 r uc «.I
» . » t i
Services at Christian Science
fur the 1 going t® w Minot.
Physician and Surgeon.
school, and a great many private gate as agent ai the Klamath In sented
S. )>.. and the bil
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every
dian agency. Thev also recoil)- wool is so clean th.it the fleeces are ance of them lu Chicago.—Hunt
pension bills have been passed.
Sunday at lla. m. and S p. m. 1 £^“<Hlice nt residence.
mended the appointment of W. F. lighter than common. But the ington Herald.
OregoH in the Philippines is also a matter Arent to be superintendent of the wool is there, just the same, and it
Service Wednesday evenings at S. i Burin«,
Everybody is invited to attend
of vital importance. The Philip (rater l ake Nations! Park See- is of long, even fiber that gives it i Clubbing rut s givtu with airr
pine tariff also is of importance, ret arv Hitchcock has not deter- added v ilue. Favorable w< ather paper or periodical published tn
WANIKI« TRUSTWORTHY MEN ANU
woniritjt) truvel uih I advertise f«»r ohi entab- but could be improved on.
There mined what other ollicials will be during the growing season accounts the United States.
liwhcit hoiiit of ««olid fbimirml Mfin<limr. >alarv
|7M)a ><• r and
nil payable in cash is much more need in the interest needed for the park.
for the extra quality and the large Queen Quality shoes Ur women,
Nn ranvatNing required. Uivc references mid
rni'IoN« self ad'liCNNcd stamped enveloped. of the Western ('oast for reciprocity
Representative Moodv regards number of animals shorn accounts Best workmanship, quality unex
Address Mnauger, A ni Canon Bldg, (’hiraifo.
with the Philippines than with the improvement of the mouth of for the extra quantity. Satist'ac- celled, style the latest -out. N.
WANTKIi SEVERAl FEKSONS OE « HAR I Cuba, although I am in favor of a the Columbia as of prime import- t«>rv prices are paid for the clip at.d Brown it-Sous.
ncb*r nud ptwtd reputation hi etch «fat» lone in
off to market
thin rotniiy re |Uired)b> represent at.d adverttM* fair treaty of reciprocity with Cuba anee. seconded bv the opening of the wool is moving
Jorgensen is still to the fr-oirt
old •wifeblirthe'l wealthy bindne«« houpt* of xolid
T raijc M arks
low price«. Call and sre his
"The irrigation legislation is
■* disturbances that have
i.«„» charactariz- .
Wfdneiday direct from head office». Horne, product, but with many, and I am
ConvniGHTS Ac. ami
of watches, clucks. jewMry.
Aurone ten ding a «ketch and dctrrlMlon may
satisfied such a treaty will be nego most valuable. Its impo»tariee to cd the business heretofore aince
nub kly •»•••rtaiii our opinion tree whether « ji vrfeiires. Enclose >elf addreaped stamped en
inri'itlnn la probably natetitable. l owinmnim- velope. Manager, 31ti Canton Buildhiy, Chicago.
tiated. Il will command the sup the state cannot be estimated. The railroads began competing fur it.
ttuiie utrlifly t-onfirtantlnJ. llandbook on Patent*
•ant froe. OhtMt airem y for «eounrig imronta.
FOR SALE—A new houae of
Patent« tAken tnrouirh Muuu A Co. receive
port, perhaps, of all Republicans. passage of the bill authorizing the' Meal cattle have brought too
«prflfeW aotk«. without charge, lai tho
rooms, with outbuildings. A
I “There is one other measure I re
of eight lots. Go«4 water
gret I was not able to make more
% banneomelr llluatrated weeltlv T «rve«t clr-
'Milalton of any erlemIfio lonrnal. Term«, >3 a
in town. Enquire M
Tbl» «ivu-itnre is on every box ot th« genuine ' progress with, but the failure was the population, but add materially
«ar ; four month«, |L Sold by all rt,w«Hr*!enu
•ccasioncd bv th« absence ahmjs» to the taxable property of th« coun- that Wyoming, Montana and the thii otlije.
NUHN & Co
New York laxative Brumo-Quiainc
THE CITIZENS BANK
Geer & Cummins
Mb F Ft.. >» « at Irft r.. D C.
h«i remedy that vurefe
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