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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. JULY 19. 1902.
*» 1.50 I'rr Ì r,
Hi* Month» 75 < • nU.J
SCALP RUN KEEPSUP
MAY SELECT OREGON
bear the whole of the expense.
in stalls wLero private ir-
The ccuntieH paying bounty
rii-ation is now Icing carried < n
now do so without any cer
with mccos ami in »fat- s where it
tainty of reimbursement. Accord
is almost unknown.
A < hurg<: In,- been put in eircula-. Another Appropriation Will lie ing t«> the news ilisputchcs today
Lane County Las refused to pay
tion by certain Western members,
Ask<<l l’or ('<«»• of Coyote»
any more l-ounty claims, evidently
that the Great Northern ami the,
preferring not to take ehances on
Southern Pacific Kailroads are at
legislative reimbursement. Sb«--ild
work in the Interior Department in
Washington. July 11.—Chief I ly- th-: ii.ti rust of the St. Mary’s pro-
the Eastern On-g-m counties take
Salem, July ¡2.—The up|<ropria-
Hardware of Every Description.
,-Irot’rapher Ni-w< II, <»f the Geologi j< t io Montana and the Gila Kiver
the same course the total expense
tion of iuli.ikk) made By the l ist. ■for Imtinties will be corresponding
cal Survey. 1> ft today for an extend- and Truckee Canyon projects in
Leginlut’ire for the payment of scalp ly les- at the end of the four vi-are
, --I tour of the Western Stat *n, Arizona. It is not probable this
charge is true. In fact, the charge ls>untiea Ims been exhausted, ami of the scalp bounty exj-eriinr'nt.
where he will co-operate with var
of railroad bcm fit i« oot ag-sid one additional claims aggregating 413,
ious field parties now making ex
The Law of the Range
to iai«e in anv eyent. for n<» matter ‘•Hl.j have l<een audited and allow
aminations <-f fea-iibli sites for res- what project is undertaken, some ed. Claims not yet audited have
The “lex non scripta" of the pub-
< rvmis un-ler the new irrigation railroad will Is benefited. If there been filed with the Secretary of lie ranges Ims more bin-ling force
law, He will visit F isi- rn < >r< gon he no railroad adjacent to th-- t,,<‘-; Stat«- to the umount of ifpki. This than the written statutes of the
ind Washington, umoiig other ..ritory to Is? irrigated, capitalists makes a total of $GS,.'h55 of scalp whole people as recorded bv the
e r>coeo«oec«o9cc.eooo«c ooom .
will sec to it that a road is con bounty claims presented t- the Sec- acts of the Legislators. The reason
places. I'ndcr tho policy to be fol
J ohn > v j .i.s, Er.■ii.nt,
II. <' l.l’.VJ.N.«,
The radioads have dune tetary of State under the law pass- in that the representatives of the
GE J tltY. <'.miner.
Vico I'roanleut. o
lowed of first building modest irri
up ti •• West, and edin COL That ad took effect |>eople assembled at Salem or Wash
'j gation works, it is quite probable . i
that w ill n - March 1, l'.tOl hand provided that. ington do not understand the con-
e that u s .te in one of tti-'s--two stales
reclamation the several counties should pay the ditious that obtain in the country
will be ta le-ted fur early construc
laud is scalp bounties in the first instance,. wherein the range lies. The aver-
tion; es|Hcinlly as Mr. Newell is of
( I ii< -irporated )
and then be r< imbursed by the age law-maker has no coaeepiion
the opinion that the Oregon -lelega-
state to the amount of two-thirds of the difficulties that surronnd the
tiun did much to further the inter-
of the payments made. The ciaims man who owns cattle and sheep,
e-ts of the irrigation l-il'.
Wm. Altnow, of Drcwsey, was in thus far filed represent the scalps and the harmonizing of their differ
The common desire of members
the city. He d- livered 73 head of taken up to about June 1. 100?, or ences. He ue«-s onlv the abstract
A General Binkin » Business T ransacted. O 3
Congress from the Western Ftates
horses to nn eastern buyer.
about 11 ii-..nths after the law be- principles involved in the right of
W. Y. King, I S G«- r, Geo. l ry, \V. E. Tri neh. e
is tiiat the .-ecretary <<f the Interior,
effective. The scalp bounty anv man to use the public grazing
.1. (’. Welcome,
o shall carry out the provisions of tin.
M. K. Parsons, the Salt Lake
»0 u,,<kr thc ne;v law 1,38 lands in any manner he may see
new irrigation law with only such cattle dealer, is
per; fit. 'l'lii- trouble with the applica
several train load of cuttle! «herctore been about •f l*'S
haste as is safe, arid in such a wav
tion of the principles is that it is
I uilgr I'lrrcliil A .
as to place the greatest area of re from tbi- point during the coming 1
¡upto 4117,197. The bounty law based upon another principle »ha«
claimed lan-ls in the hands of set
Bt ns* Ixjhui. No 70, I» of « >
' of lSODcost the stale about 4120,000 never should be admitted
.1. 1). Billingsley, the we'1 known
tlers in th< shortest time. It seems
M« m O- •*»••! V 11.or !.i\ t '..'Lt
• •I that the total for four years will . —namely, that the stockman has
to Iw the prevalent belief that the sheepman, has purchased the E. A.i ,
I \I '
■ be about $237.197. There is no up- - the right to Use range lands with
M b 11 » •’T M ! Í •• n-i . K of I;
best results w ill fie obtained if the Kieger residence and with his fain ■
parent -limimition in the supply of out eompeu.-ution.
Goveri.ment first undertakes the ily have taken pusecsskhi of the
In the case of the farmer, he
iiriiNH i li \ r 11.it no . 4v. o I
construction of medium sized irri same.
Meet» «ri >>n<l mi'l fourth Mon-lav <4
The sum last mentioned is only must secure title to what land be
gation projects, nt a moderate cost,
J. II. Oard, of Ilarnev Citv, was
»•id. monili m Mat'inir lull.
£ dF" 'fain St —oppoM’c Bank
the amount that will be paid out u-es. Th - lumberman must buv
liuddlnc Mi» M «viri- l.rv«i«i», W M
vich in itself reclaiming a modest in with a four horse team 3 burs-1
by the state. Under the new law. tlve tinr.h
.:■•!« from where he
Mr». Kn-.irr rii<>m|<»on. Sei',
area of .un-L capable, under irriga -lav ai-d loaded supplies here, lie-
’.e counties pay or.e-th.rd of the cuts
tic*'-. 1 ne fruit man must
’tion, of producing crop* of tho first sold his wool while here for 13' , _
Itl'RN'H I olx.F, NO .97. A r. .< V M. |yj AKsnr.N' i OK ARV
bounties, so that at the rate elaims own the lands upon which he plants
ord- r Sugge-tions <-f this sort were cm*.« and says Ontario is the best
M <•*•!•■ S.itur I hv on or
full bhhui .
W Î. M*rr*ton,
Jfthn W (jrary,
have been filed in the office of tb. his orchards. Everyone. in fac-.
made to the d- partment by many wool market in Eastern Oregon.
(¿ti ihfb -1 brolherw ír^toro »llv
Pliyii Mint <f Su ■•¡i-nu».
I Secretary of State, the counties will excepting the stockman, must rend-
< E Kinyon, W. M. F. >. Rietlrr.
Senators and Ke])r<-sentatives just
pay <>ut under the new law in the er to the people «omethingof value
before they 1« ft \\ ashingtori fur the
of $5S,000, bringing I before lie in |>eriiiitied to use land
lit UNS I.OIIGE, N<L ‘1.1, A <» r W
ern Woodmen were recently giving the total expense up t-> $295.197. that belong to one-man as much as
»t Itrown li»ll «v"O I'inl n ev«-
Secretarv Hitchcock is not per a banquet in a certain town and
At i*2 each, this expenditure will to another.
nmX ViMtlrttf lirutlp-r« íriU-rri iilv H--
familiar with irrigation they maicb. d to the hotel where : ¡„¿h-ate the killing of 117,598 coy-
l'U"l tim» N.ik’rr«, \V M I’ll»» N g:
From the earliest days of the
<'<shrj!i». U,-cord, r
mutters or with land matters gener I they were to eat. armed with their
i West's development, the
J •V K i ».: i .
ally. He is. therefore, obliged to axes. A bystander remarked that
liAKNEY I.OI'Gs’, xo
i o o |
A tt.irnr iiK-al-l.air.
de|»end largely upon the recom they were wise, tor the beefsteak
evrrv Sjtur'l »V cveliuur, H >>» -
payment of the bounties but did ernmeut. He has l<een given speci-
Bl Uss. OKKGON.
lull Visimur l-rutli T" ir.lrriiulh in
mendations of tiis subordinates. served then would vieid to the axes
not place any limit on the expend al privileges.
He has ireeiveit
Er.ink O .ln«k«>ii, N G.
i^T’Ot;;,',' in r.,nk bini iing.
The suggestions of Superintendent!
more ri adily than to knives.
G. Nini li..Secretary
iture tor this purpose. An appro without giving in return. He has
Wai- ott, of th" Geological Survey,
A Chicago couple have signed an priation »¡’$50.000 was made ior been spoiled. He has been coddled.
ami of Chief Hydrographer Newell t
Tí’* K CIRCLE. NO BV>. WOMEN <»1
until he has come to r<
to live apa- t in singlei the purpose of paying the :• claims, pampered,
W«»n tritt. Meet* Jill HU'I Ith i’b'- W‘' HVM- * HT7.GER.VI.I»
are given every consideration.!
nt Brown’* hall Mr*. Ti «li * Inr-Lin,
blessedness fo> one year, at the ex- but no provision was mad« tiiat the gard as his right f what never wu
There is much data of ti general
Mr*, Ion# Whiting
piiation of which time if tli-y think state slmul-1 not be liable for the fiia right, and which Le has only
now available, but there,
they like it better than their former payment <>t a greater amount, An- because be took it.
are no reports of sufficient detail to
Lk>rì Notari li and Real Ertale
He was free to graze off the lands
< 'li il re II Aiinoiinn'iiii'Uts.
li!«; of double cussedness they will oil er act was passed making it the
warrant th ■ Secretary in adopting;
duty of the Secretary of State to; until they w- re b.irrcn as a pile of
Sunday School h * Harney th«'
or rejecting the sites heretofore ex
audit and allow all claims present- • volcanic ash. He might allow biv
■ separation perpetual.
(ir*t Sunday of meli month nt ¡0 JÄT*'filier in old M usuine building amiticd.
It is conceded tiiat tiie average cd, but to issue certificates of allow sheep to teoi the verv roots of the
(in tin- ►ecorid,
It is a rather remarkable thing!
o'clock, A M
instead of warrants in all grasses. 11-' might at will leave
that, in spite of the overwhelming married woman is never satisfied ance
third and fourth Sundays of each
the< x|K.?nse was author- such desolati'-n us made the land
month st 3 o'clock 1". M
demand of the West for irrigation with her lot; but who can blame
but the appropriation had worthless to anyone.
ing fu-rv'ices i every ascond Sutiduy
tliut Western members of Congress her after thinking of what a heavy
at 8 F M
are not insisting that th-' first work mortgage there is on it.
Practical Emd Surveyor.
lion was exhausted on May 1'.'. and what he took, nor for wlu.t h<- de
When the first baby howl- at
shall be undertaken in any one
At the Presbyterian church
since that -Lit-- the counties claim stroyed.
state. They have so far deferred night with the colic, the father ami
Burn«, Rev . A .1 . Irwin ¡vistor.
ing reimbursement have received
It being a free-for-all scramble,
entirely to the judgment of Secre mother look reproachfully at each
Divine services the third umi fourth
certificate« showing that their both sheen ami cattle owners en
tary Ilitcheoek. merely urging him other as if to say. “You got me into
Sunday» of each month at 11 a, m. g Vl MILLER.
claims have been allowed for the; gaged in it with fierceness, and
not to undertake large ami expen , this.’’
mid 7:30 p. in. Sabbath sebnol at
sums state-1. The difference l-t -j troubles resulted. They are m-w
sive projects at the outset. They
1<> h . tn. every Kabbath morning • Notara Put.tic and Con eyanrer,
Character i« bounde-1 on tin« tween the warrants and the certifi immirx-nt. but no more likely to
say that tho eyes of the East are nojgp i,v industry, on the east by
Preaching services at the Baptist
cates of allowance is that the latter break out than U m - v have l-eeu for
Morîgw rw*. bents. Etc . e*»rrtrt1y made.
nowon the states to be benefited integrity, on the south by morality
church every Island 2nd Sundays, Uffi ni O» rc.
do not draw interest.
years past. Anyone familiar with
by the irrigation law. and the in- Bnd on the west by sobriety,
morning and evening,
Friend« of the scalp 1-onntv law th. conditions of Eustelm Orcin i
itial work begun and put in up» ra
s-'liool every Sunday at 10 n. tu.
wi.l axk th- next Legislature to ap- knows that r: ent predications <>f
tion under that ad will iHiwntcbe 1
llnv.'s T hi<"
prayer meeting every Th ii ruin y H. VOLP, A. M.. M. D
pr-'priat«* some $67.(100 to pay th»* impending troubles are not news.
■throughout its course of construe-;
We offer One Hundred Dollars deficiency in the scalp bounty ac-, Such troubles have I m . ii incidents
tion. There is yet doubt in th-
Reward for any case of Ciitarrk count, Judging by the readiness of every year fur two deea-1- ■> past.
Services nt Christian Keienci-
Physician and Surgeon,
minds of many that general irriga
to pay up Tliev will recur so long as the pub
that cannot be cured by Hail’s oi the last Legislature
Hall, corner cant of the Bank, every
tion by the Government is a suc
it mav be lic lands are given freely to him
< 'atarrh Cure.
Sumiay at 11 a. m. and S p. in. fWF“Off¡ce nt rcsi-lonce.
who can take them. It comes to a
cess, and to dispel thi« doubt \\- st
F. ,1. Cheney. A Go., Toledo, O. expected that the appropriation question of the stronger ruling the
Service Wc-lncsday evenings at >. Burns,
ern members of Congress lire nnx-
We. the undersigned. have known ivill be made. In the present in weaker, regardless of justice or
Everybody is invited to attend
toils that the first projects shall be
2. Cheney for the last !•’> year«, stance, however, the circumstance.'- right.
W ANTF.il—TRtsrWoRTHY MIN ani
... - all that is claimed for them.
travel bd «I lulwnlM» for old » stab’
and believe him perfectly honora will be very different from what I I Therefor the law of »lie range is
IhliH hoiio of udtd ihianeinl Mnn«lin>:
There lire other reasons, however,,
greater than the law of the stntul»
60 years *
x?.H»a >♦• r Hii<l vxpi'MM-.». ill payable hi ra»h.
ble in all business transactions and they were two vears ago. l udcr
No cHin a*Niiii" reipilrcH. uiv« rviercnees and why medium projects are advocat
or than the common law. Jr is tl:*
rU'-h» •• - 'll hddrv«>t<i .‘tMiiiHwu cuvrhipo l.
financially able to carry out anv the old law. warrants weie issued t rule of might over right.—Portland
A'l-lr-* < .Miniativi , db-» < R n . ou lild,’. < bleuir >.
ed. If works whose construction ;
to the bounty claimants, and were Jourual.
obligations made bv his firm.
will cost in the ne-ghborhood of
transferred by them to storekeeper»
WAN 11'1» —I VHfl.lI CEllsONS or - HAIL
•»••fi rami uood rcpui»ti»>it in vacli Flate'onr in I TOGO or loWO are begun, it will gists, Toledo. Ohio.
in payment of grocery bids, or sold I
this conn iv i ••> i 'I in d /i<» r» pit“ -vut ht .«1 n«l\ erti sc mean that 10 or 1'2 projects mav be
has long been regarded as
oi l V'tflblf Jif I WCIlitllV bUsItIP»» |n»l|si' of solid
Walding. Kinnun «V Marvin, to warrant speculators. In the one of the most dangerous ami fa
tinain ml "’undinp’ .*.•»’ary IH O’» weekly xvitb undertaken simultaneously. This
•‘Xpvnsc« Mddftininkl, ul) pasablv in rash • aeh
O voic . ns
present instil nee. the claims &- tal diseases to which infants are
Wrdno dAv diri » t from h»t«d otVkv . Horsy will make it possible to begin one' Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
C0FVHK.HT» Ac. nnd
Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken in gainst the state will bo held by the sui-jeet. It can l-e cured, however
Anvone Hsnit1»*< r»
rinti n «••»•
♦•rwn«"»'-. Euchre h -I i u-l-’i’i- >«‘d tnrnp- i en system each in a majority of the
•ncwrir»»!» <nrr o|Hulon fr«e wi » t h. ( utt
velope. MMiiB' t r, ::!«»Cuxton r. iildinir. Chi«
is prob«l»ly DHUHiUbh*. < •••.nuur»l» »<
ternuilv, ae'.ing directly upon the counties within which the coyot'« when properly treated. All that is
» i .,
xf rtetlr ^»ndtlrntul. H
I «■ • I'nrents
arid land states, and to distribute
necessary is to give Chamberlain*«
• -•»It Irr*. <HdvM AtfrtH’y for pminjiK i aient
blood and Mucous surfaces t.f the bare been killed. The Legislature
I’«tent« taken thnniÿb Munit A C «». » «''nte
the improvements in all sections of
Colie, Cholera and Iriarrho. a H< i- -
• tul n«)tV #, without chame, tu tbr
Testimonials sent free. may take the view tlist th-’ e-mn- edv gud castor ml. as dir. iitedjwitb
It will enable the See- syste m.
l’rico 75c per bottle. Sold In .ili ti-'s tba? have made the puvment« each Imtt.le, an i a euro >« certain.
rctarv to demonstrate tlmt irriga
• i'»n.,>->m»lT nin,tr»'»<l '»«♦*W. I «rL'e-i i-ir-
received the benefits, ami that it is For s de by 11. M. liarton, Buru>;
ruiarion \'t * i » »eloiulS h»»-i.»l. 'Ii'.oim. 13 »
Thin aignai uio I* <iu «very box <T the genuine tion is a success alike in Arizona Druggists.
• «■ «•; »,.or num-b». SI. reíd 1'jrnll nrw-.i.-uo i».
all around if they are l-'ft to Fred Haines. Hur act.
Hull’s Family Fills arc the
I Co. »V. 38 > ^**
’ New York Laxative
rrirv'i.» ihrt «•nr«'» a « ••!«» in «•«»•• «Jny and in Oregon, in
Li», ' «"I
Si . W’«'> ' •«''i', f. < .
Geer & Cummins
THE CITIZENS BANK
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