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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER II. 1902.
St.«<1 »r > rar.
Nil Moatha 73U.U.
LONG IM GONE.
*• we.^ wortby of development asi
All I LU I AH WAI Lil 111
in each case th» re are large basin«
Matle D.tsJi for Liberty mid Fi*-
of fine land. Tho total area, rough-,
enprd IH h Gnatd
ly estitnated, of the four basins
where artesian water can be had C<Hid»-nMed Dispat« ire« Gathered
Henry Long, wlm hae been cou-
is in the neighborhood of 2000 or PrtHn all Fartani the World. fine<1 jn the cofloU jaU fof
Extract From The Preliminar} 2500 square miles.
months, made his escape Monday,
Airport ol Prof ItUMell.
| “In addition to the study of tire
says the Vale Gazette.
artesian basins referred to, Prof.
For some time Loug had been
Russell's trip furnished touch of The conference between Presi allowed the privilege ot sitting in
dent Roosevelt and the mine opcr-
Hardware of Every Dateription.
. . _ . ... ¡nlcrestiuthewsyofgeneralgeol-
the sheriff’j office, or walking in
The recent investigations in this
ogy and geography, and especially ators and labor Ixxlies, proved a the court yard during the day, and
section regarding th« irteeiao water jnre(ereBce u>thoextinct volcanoes i failure.
while this lilierty was given him
supply by one thoroughly acquaint-
southeastern Oregon and the I A new movement has been made
last Monday hi- made his escape.
ed with the under ground storage, Cinder Butt»« in Idaho.
I to eomfiine the plow companies of A. W. Glenn, the acting dc-jmty.
uiav he of interest to many of our
“One ef th«1 greatest needs of the the country with a capital stock of | who had charge of the office, during
readers. The investigation here people iu Idaho and Oregon who $75,000,000.
! Sheriff Lawrence's absence nt Joi-
reported is a result of Represents- are interested in putting down ar-
don Valley, allowed Long the usual
tive Moody's untiring efforts iu tesian wells, is detailed informa-j The government will soon sink a privilege of the court yard and a-
number of artesian wells tn Ne
behalf of this portion of bis dis tion as to how to drill uud care for braska to ascertain how deep it bout .3 o’clock in the afternoon
trict This is only a beginning, as such wells Of all tho drill boles will be necessary to go in order to when Mr. Glenn's attention was
the investigation w is the first step Prof. Russell saw in ths states re get a continuous llow of water
for occupied in the office for u few
nec»-i>SHry to further work. «■ d it is ferred to, be failed to remember a irrigation pur|x>ses.
minutes, Long made a dash for
hoped that Representative Moody's single instance in which th" work'
•owe saddle horses hitched near bv
M. Zola tho great French Nov and unhitched two of the l>ret ani
efforts mav be still further crowned was properly done. In some in
with sunecns by the government stances, as uear Bums, tho wells elist, died from asphyxiation br; mals, one of them l»eing the race
taking steps to sink a
well without doubt would have been fumes from a stove. His wife was mare belonging to Stacey Bros,
I iicorporu'e«!. ;
in this nart of the state to establish highly successful had proper easing prostrated in the same room, but which he mounted and rude rapid
Ab»tri(*tB Furti »uhod ml H Titlr Gu iranteod to all Landein Enrnej
beyond a doubt that an artesian be?n put in, but are classed as fail W'll recover. She does uot know ly away. He tried to lead the other
uree; and in other instances wells of her husband's death.
flow can bv had
animal, but as he experienced some
which are now flowing have de-1
The State Department has ap- difficulty in this, he abandoneil tlie»
port of Prof Isreal C. Russel), dated creased in volume owing to the; , pointed James O. Jones, of Ala-iidea
«oing a couple of hun4-
] caving in of their sides eo as to be l bams, to go to Nicaragua and in- re<^ yards.
O Ili ce in Batik Building
Bought and Sold on Com in is-ion.
“Four very promising artesian ' practically useless."
sped the canal to ascertain what,
sooner Lail Long mounted
t aeii s were d «covered, one of them,,
effect the recent earthquakes in;wbenhewasdiac<«reredbya >Hitn-
however, being the westward ex- Ex_(iov<.raor wiiitenker Dead that country may have had on it. ^*r
]»ersene. Deputy (>lenn.
tei »ion of the Snake River basin,
I burridly secured a horse and ptir-
R cmxr I odos N o . TO, K of P
which was examined in part last
Kx Uorernor j„|in Whiteaker,! Ir. u circu>ar letter 1 iistu.aster-j guej tjie fagjtj,«. The direction
M wi «very I'lmradji night. J tl MeMVLLXN,
summer. The artesian basins re-.
d}e(1 TriUrgjay nif;ht at[ Genera! Payne informs postmasters ukon wafl up tJ|e Westfall road,
F M lor.lati < C
tBj Mr Glenn r pursued
in Engene John Wbit-i and employes of the department
____ at full
H Mattherahrad, K «I K 8
“I 1 he Baake River artesian eaker(Was the first governor of the !lbal tbev u,u6t no’ UFe lheir past-, unG> nenr the Wdi. Anderson place,
basin which begins on th« east> : state of Oregon, having been elect- ' ; l’“n f«-
- PurP°* cf treating n...
for » ‘ k lie
p»- i ■. Bbout 15 miles above Vale, he came
1’1’KNH CH GTEU NO. J9. <» F. S
Burna, Oregon. , near Glenn’s I’errv. extends west
M.-rta •••con I and loa th M >,idav of
ed in‘June 1858 He was iniugu-i
biflueuce, nor take
> within 200 yarde uf his fertner pi is-
racb m >nth in Vlasoier hoi, Vorally
Main St —opposite Bank.
ward beyond the Idaho-Oregon rated July 8 of the same year. jt active part in any campaign.
oner. Long however had the ad-
Mr« M mric Levan«, W M
Mrs Kunicr Thompson, Ser.
being believed that th« bill for ud-i
montbiy coinage eUteinent,v*uUg5 of having the iietter bore.
Oregon.' Th« northern portion of miMi^n of Oregon as a state had! ¡>bUe<j bjr tJ,e Director of t|ie Mir4j and soon r.xle away from his pur-
na IKKDENA OKAKV
tbits basin Prof. Russell d.d not ex-’ passed congress. There was no!Bhowg that September. 1W, the■ •uf*r’ aoJ WM rest in the dark Mr.
BURNS lORGF, NO 97, a F. .< A . M.
W L MarxJro.
John W Oeary,
Me-ta Haturday on or before full m< inon.
amine, but it probably embraces telegraph or rail conn ctious with; (otal coinage executed at the mints :G,eun **-’• he fired foor B,10,e at
/’t.yirt t « h « <í Surpsons.
Quilifird brothers fraternally inviteli,
tho region southwest of Huntington,
of the United States was $6,762,115, him as a parting salute.
<- t. Kinyon, W. M.
F. 8. Kinder,
Burns. Oregon. Willow Creek vi Iley. Several wells! the national capital and after
Up to the time of going to pre»»,
|tiiueit was ascertained that the' ag fej|OW9 . Goljt g3
gj^'Olfu c it residence. 'Phon.' 20.
were put down in this Basin last I bill for the adtnissiion of Oregon as > go 83U65; lcinor coins. $370,uOO. nothing more has been heard of the
U RNS LOGGE. NO. ML A O. I ' W.
summer and fall with the hope of a state had not passed and it did '
! fugitive, the pureurers have all re-
Meet« at Brown ball ev-ry Friday eve
obtaining petroleum and all but; I not pass that body until early the : A dispatch from Manila says; turned, and we presume Long is
ning VLitimt brothers fraternally in- giniHA Bums.
v*lvd. Thea Sagem, W. M. Chas. N.
one re-ultod in n surfaco flow of next year. As soon, however, as j that the Moros are about, done for ■ going on bis way rejoicing.
J. W. Bina
water, The basin below tne arte official information was received and that the Americans are before! Henry Long will be remembers*
A ttorneyo-at-La tr,
sian head is something like 130 I of the admission of Oregon, Gover- their last stronghold and are pre-j ;the man who shot a Chinese restsu-
II IRNEY I.O0GF, NO. 77. I O O F
Urda every Saturday evening, B own’»
miles long and embraces all the : nor Whitosktr assumed the duties] paring to make a fina!
assault ¡rant keeper at Ontario about the
Visiting brother« fraternally in-1
in Bunk building.
land in the Soak« River valley be- of his office.
which will in all probability put' middle of July, and escaped, but
FrankO Jackson, N.G.
C. <i. Sinidi, Secretary
twoen Glonn’s Ferry and Hunting
He was for 12 ; years a memlier an end to the trouble in that see- was afterward captured at Silver
of the of tho Oregon legislature a'tid in‘tion,
Citv by F. W, Tony, then deputy
TIT KCIUCLK. NO 1«. WOMEN OF t^tbUAMS A rtTZOERALD
Owyhee and Malheur River val- 1878 was elected to congress where
sheriff. It has been reported that
Woodcraft. Meets 2nd and 4th Tues
The lady managers of the St. j i Long baa frequently mud« the
|; levs, which is below the twenty five be served One term.
day *t Brown’» hall. Mrs. Till! •Jordan,
Mrs. lone Whitinu
Louis World’s Fair have adopted a ■ statement that he would never g«
h'u'Adred foot contour The ar esian
Laut, Notarial and Real Rotate ; n'l'kd is perhaps higher than here
resolution which eliminates from ' to the penitentiary and it ln-gins
'mentioned, but of this Prof Rua-i Jorgensen is still t« the tront; concessions anything that savors of to look like he knew what ho was
Cb nil'll A n Milliner men ts.
Itiirua, Oregon. sell is not prepared to make a deli-1 with low prices. (. all and see his ,|ie dance« performed on the Mid- talking about.
Sunday School at Harney the iMT'Otlice in old Másente building
nite 9ta einent at present. Judging; line of watches, clocks, jewelry.'wgT t|)e Chicago Fair, The res-
first Sunday of each month nt 10
olution was introduced bv Miss
from tho data in hand, flowing) stationary, etc.
On the second,
•»’clock, A M
For a bilious atteek take Chain
water should l>e obtainable atj For Sale—Hay at $5 per ton with
third and fourth Bundays of euch p M. JORDAN,
’s Stomach anil Liver Ta1>-
Nampa, Caldwell, etc in the Boise good pasture ami plenty of waler-!; j IFanipton Moore> of
P retie h-
•nontli at 3 o’clock P. M
a quick cure is certain
Practical Land Surveyor.
valley. The total area over which Enquire of Ira Stubblefield.
' phia wgH lapt Friday unanisougly
ing servioes ererv second Sunday
by H. M. Horton. Burns;
Kurtii, Oregon. it is reasonable toexnect that flow-
at 8 P. M.
) ing water can bo had is not loss
At the Presbiteri«» church g W M1LLF.R,
j than 700 square miles.
ted secre -
Burns. Rev. A J. Gwin pastor.
j “2 The Otis valley artesian ba-i ■ corner north of the postoflice.
«iiuurscu 1 : S tate or O hio .C itv of I oi . edo «
Divine services the third snd fourth
Notary Public, and Conveyancer, sin embraces tho valley of that; Call on N. Brown A Sons and
L cscas C ovnty .
Sundays of eech month at lla. in. Mnrt;agtJ<, Deeds. Etc., correrli y raa«lr.
Roosevelt, urged the statehood of;
name iu Oregon where tho coiuli-i give them your order and let them
Oklahoma, Arizona and New Me.vl
and 7:30 p m Sabbath school at Uflloe el etere
lions are such as to justify the hope m.ike you figures.
10 a tn. »very S>bb<th morning
ieo and condemned the trusts in a he is senior partner of the firm of
that flowing water can be had over
F. J. Cheney Co., doing business
Clubbiug rat?s given with any
! most forcible manner.
Preaching serviers nt the Baptist H. VULP, A. M . M. D. an area of some 50 or GO square
the City of Toledo. County and
paper or jieriodical published I in'
•ihurch every 1st ami 2nd Sundays,
aforesaid, and that said firm
Physician and Surqeon,
morning and evening. Bunday
“3. The Harney basin embraces the United States.
, is growing rapidly. Some time i will pay the sum of One Hundred
school every Bunds) at 10 a. in. ffBF“()tfice at residence.
, tho country a I kjii I Harney and Mal
since unknown p-rsons started a Dollars for each and every ca«o of
Oregon heur lakes, and is by far the lar
prayer mooting every Thursday Burns,
A Remarkable Record.
10-eent, cent and 2 cent endless i Catarrh that ennuot be cured by
hajn _ sc
})eniil j in connection with i the use of Hall’s Catarrh Cute.
gest and most important basin dis ChnmbetIain’s Cough Remedy c ____
Its outer rim mcasiues
Serviaes at Christiau Science |
It lum ^0 monument fund. Up to date1
Frank J. Chenev.
something like 100 u.iles from been in use for over thirty years,
Hall, corner east of the Bank, overy
fully 50,000 of these letters have Sworu (0 before m« and eubsoril>-
northwest to southeast and 50 to during which time many million '* been received bv Judge Dav, pres-'.ed in iwy presence, this 6th dav o
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p tn.,
60 miles fiom northeast ,o south battles bare been sold and used. It ! i<lent of the association, at Canton, December. A. D. 1S86.
Service Wednesday evenings at 8.
west. The area below tho artesian ; has long been the staudnrd and und forwarded to the treasurer.« \
Every boil V is invited to attend
A. W. Gleason,
t hese services.
head cmbiaces practically all the main reliance in tho treatment of olllco. Many letters ar? from j
Notary 1 ublie.
Do not lie deceived bv those who ad
Hall’s Catarrh Cure io taken in
vertise a $(>0.00 Sewing Machine tor and Harney and includes not less during all this time uo ease has
120.00. Tbla kind of a machine can
The National Livestock Associa ternally, and acts directly on the
be Isiught from us or any of our
which, however, is occupied by.urers in which it failed to effectn tion. several of the large Western blood ami mucous surface« of the
dealers from.fl.1.00to $18.00.
WC M»Kl X VARIETY.
Harney and Malheur lakes and tho euro When given as soon aa the railways ami the Ooveruosent legal system. Send for testimonials, free.
THE HEW HOME IS THE BEST. adjacent swamps.
F. J. Cheney 4 Co.. Toledo, O.
child becomes hoarse or evon as department, will be in the fight
The Fctsl determines the strength or
against the packing house trust.
by all Druggist. 75c.
woukness of Hewing Machines. The
Family Pills are' ibc Iwat.
D esign «
Ikonble F«re«l combined with other b.tsin is situated in Eastern Oregon , it will prevent tho attack.
r FffTN '
C orvrioht « Ac.
strong points mnki * I lie New Horn«* t » the cast of Bteins Mountain, and. pleasant to take, many children tion. made a statement last Thurs
Anri«« Mwidtnir a nkelrh ami dsserlptkm mar
the best Hewing M h < blue to buy.
quickly JUf«»rtAln our optnton free whether an
invention is probably patentable, (*<»m$Niinim-
us shown by the structure and like it. It contains uo opium or day, ufler a conference with Presi
fl«»na«t.rictlyonnfldent(al. Handbook on
aont free. Oldest mmw for n^nirtri« im U omim .
warm springe, will moat certainly other harmful substance and may dent Moore, of the Kansas Citv
P awii I s IMA an U»mi>«b Muun A Co. rwestrs
tprrMl rnitte«, without charte, tn the
wo HiHQtUiicturviiud prices Ixforepurchasing
yield flowing wells. Tho area bo- be given as confidently to a baby- Stock Yards, and oilicers of the
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO. low iho artesian bend is by osti- as to an adult, For salo by II. M. association. A capital of two mil- 1 TW» »taataure ta o« «ve(y txm o< U m c « i j > s «
A h»nw>maly Illo«tnta4 «nwttr. tsrreM etr-
Horton, Burns; Fred Haiure, Har- i liuu dollars will be represented in Laxative Bromo-Quinine
.-nlaUnn at any srisntia« toomal. Vorws. M •
mate luO square miles.
j . mwi tour months, |L SoMbyullpowMoslsr»
11 t'ulon Bq. N. Y., CMrafo* HL, Atlimla, Go.,
the fight against the trust.
’te russOy »*»* «mm « e»M im •»» *RF
‘ Each of the basins referred to uev.
—»New York Ht. Ifnlijta, lMllMi,T>
ro» SAtt er
P W., WMihinçt*n. T». < .
ADTCCIAN IA/ATTQ IN