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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1902.
• Il Musik. 76 C.oM.
Trade and tbe Manufasturers’ Ae-i
I strike off. The President will urge
! immediate resumption of mining,
socialion. la respectfully requested
in thin movement for the advance
and the operators are expected to
ment of tbe general welfare of the
begin next week.
Condensed TMsi»atehen Gathered
The Associated Pretwi learns
Men Interested In Irrigation to
To th» end of enlisting public
Front all Parts of the or id. (hat Generals Corbin, Young and
sentiment, a state conve itiori aili
‘ Wood have tendered Earl Robert*
be held at Portland, November 18.
' a cordial invitation to visit the
About 150 delegates will be en
United States and that the British
titled to attend. They will be ap-1 The coal strike is ended.
The Oregon Irrigation Aseocia- portioned as follows:
Hard arana of Evory Deten ption.
I tion organizsd yesterday for three
To be named:
express purposes, says the Oregon
By the Governor, 20 delegates ; I
' of 1903, and that there was a possi
by Mayors of cities, two delegates,
James Younger, formerly of the bility of his crossing in time to
ian of the 17th lust:
First—To investigate the rights and one additional for every 2500 notorious Jesse James gang, com witness the international races.
i of private irrigation companies in peoplo or major fraction of that mitted suicide iu St. Paul Sunday. ¿¿J’ Rol~’t3 'desires7ba'l"Gene7ai
the state ; to look into the status of nawber ; by each Board of County
A New York society has entered | ^"re,,c^ an<J Kelley-Kenny shall
the contracts which they have ac- Commisaionere, two delegates; by
upon a crusade aguinst the illegal I accompany him.
quired under the Carey act, and to qach commercial organization, two
traffic in birds and their plumage. I Orders has been issued by the
! ascertain how large areas are cot- delegates and one for each 50mem-
War Department ordering that tbe
I hers; by each irrigation company J
ered by those contráete.
Three white men and eight ne-l regular Army lie redused to the
F. R KIKPKIC.
BIGGS A BIGG*
Second—To find out where lie'twodolegatee;byt.ieStateUniver-
' two doleeates: by t.ie State Univer- groe are reported killed in a race
Bec’y and Trena.
minimum auiiiorued by law, 59,000
the obstacles that the Government sity. State Agricultural Collage, riot in Littleton, Alabama, Sunday. |
men. With the practical cessation
I hue encountered in its endeavor to Experiment Station and each State
Tbe gasoline launch N. <k 8 . the of outbreaks in the Philippines, it
e«tabli«h irrigation works in Oregon. Normal School, each t wo delegatee.
vessel brought into promi is believed that this can be eafelv
The following arc members by
Third—To encourage tho Govern
by Harry Tracy, exploded ; done. Tbe present size of the Army
ment to undertake irrigation in virtue of their respective offices;
■ is about 67,000. The cavalry and
The Ciovernor, (he Secretary and
.Oregon, and to obtain for this state
artillery regiments will l»e reduciii
Abstracts Furnished and Title Guaranteed to all Lands in Harney
ite share of the funds which con the Treasurer of the State of Ore
President Roosevelt has issued : to the minimum base, except around
gress has set apart for sueb work. gon.
an order to all federal officials and ' Fort Leavenworth, where tbe com-
The mem tiers of the State Board ' employes directing them not to
■W REAL ESTATE
! mande will be kept to full size for
ation will carry forward with due of Agriculture.
, contribute to campaign funds.
i educational reasons.
The members of the State Board 1
regard to the vested righto of pri
Otlice in Bank Building
Bought and Hold on Cotnmiaaioii.
According to dispatches received
Chicago is to hav» a restaurant
Berlin, tho Jfith. th« Boer trust, capitalized at t3,000,000, if
Anotbsr prominent object is to
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The State Game and Fish War Gem-ral. «re online will. « ebilly ¿¿'¿“J rfarnii»' pr/w..Wrt 1 are
■tir up the ¡>eople of the stale to
reception fronr the German Govern- carried out. says the Tribnne. All
the immediate necessity of showing den.
The State Fi6b Commissioner.
the large restaurants of tbe city, it
Hesita I. mmik N o . 70, K ol I’
that Oregon is interested in the
Meets evrrv Thuradav night.
The State Dairy and Food Com
new irrigation system, and to lend
President Roosevelt is now able is contemplated, uro to be drawn
F M loril.u, C <
Í lite Government encouragement to missioner.
to walk without tho assistance of under on« central management,
H Mutherthrad . K '>1 It. S
Members of the Legislative As crutches. However, a slight limp the bead of each establishment,
’eater upon projects in this state.
A H Devers was circled presi sembly of the State of Oregou.
'tt'RN's I'll iPTER «> ■'» i» E 8
is noticeable, and he uses a cane however, to retain tbe direction of
The State Veterinarian.
his own place. A large grocery
M’COII I aliti
»I »»KÌ a V <>t
dent of the body, and J M. M<iore,
most of the time.
Main St —opposite Bank.
rach «n<mlh in Manufiir h$il, Vofjitlv
house, bakeries, a central meat
Mr* M «airi” l/rvana, W M
market, and storage warehouse,
i The following resolutions were
Mr- E'lhir- Th*>aip*on Mrr.
I from which all the cafes will draw
MAKSDBN AOX A RY
1 Monday night. The robbers se- ¡their supplies at wholesale rates, is
Where*», Tbe counties of lh»‘Stele of Oregon.
Ht'RNH I 'HtitF. NO 97. A F. « A M.
W L Maretas.
John w Oaary.
Judges, Commissioners, cured about $200 front the passen- ! one feature of the combination.
Vie t* '*Htur<l«i >><> or het -re ful' un K>n.
•tale of Oregou lying east of the
Ql.lifl.<l '»rotlier* Patern illy in lieti,
gers then escaped.
Cascade Mountai >a produced, ac- and Surveyors, ,
• E Ktuyon. W. M,
F. H. Rieder,
The 15th annual convention of
cording to the census of 1900, grain
It was announced in Chicago, ; the f ational Livestock Association
Ä^^Oflice at residence. 'Rhone 20.
crops as follows: Wheat. 7,100.000 ors incorporated cities.
the 15th, that the meat packers
HURNS LODGE. NO. 93. A <». U. W.
All members in good standing of would enter the combine tc form a met in Pittsburg, Penn., last Sat-
bushel«; oats. 770.000 bushels; bar
i urday. Three hundred delegates
M-*«ts a’ Itrown liait ev rv Friday eve
ley, 1,227,000 bushel»; rye, 93,000 the National Irrigation Association. meat trust December 1. provided . "”^n at7ndan7e representing
Visiting brother« fraternally in QKIOSL DIOCS.
viteli. Tinta. Hsgttn», W M. Cha« N.
The Governor-elect ot the Stats
Imshel», corn. 49.000 bushel», and
J. W. Biss».
the money market was e.w.
livestock exchanges in all tbe prin-
Coe bra it". Recorder
A ttorneye-at-La w,
Probably the oldest living navy cipal cities. After the reading of
ing 9.239,200 bushels of grain.
Il IRNF.Y l.oixif’. NO. 77. I <>. <> F
with the rank of Rear Ad- theseeretary’sreport.J.B.Blarch-
M<*<,ts every * iturd tv evening, H own'n
Whereas, The productive capaci
Cadetship For Oregon.
i miral, iu the person of Thomas O. Jfortl- of Omaha, read a paper on
Visiting brotlvnt fraternally in n^TOfliee in Hank building.
ty of Eastern Oregen undor irriga
Franiti» Jackson, N.G.
Selfridge, died at Waverly, Mass.,'^e beef trust. The combination
C. G. Smi h, Sei-rotary.
tion could bo increased tenfold’;
last Thursday, aged 81 years.
|j“»‘ formed, he eaid, requires a
which would mean a grain crop ap- i The vacancy in the cadetship
capital of 188,000,000 to absorb tire
TP K CIRCLE. NO
proximating 100.000 000 bushels' from Oregon al the Naval Academy
The British army which was properties of the various packing
Woodcraft. Meet# 2nd and 4tli Titea
da. at Brown'* hall. Mr*. Till. • Jordan, Tbnratua Willi»..
annually, besides dairying, horti at Annapolis, resulting from the sent against the Mad Mullah in companies Jt will require a profit
Mr*, lone Whiting.
salary FukliC, culture and diversified farming on
failure of a former appointee to Somaliland are reported in a |X»ril-1 of $100,000 a dav to pay 6 per cent
¿au, Notarial and. Real Eclat«
a large scale, thus opening to sei-
ous position The whole country interest on this capital. When
1 tlement vast areas now not utilized, pass the physical nnd educational j is alive with natives »locking to thcy add $100.000.000 more of
('ll ii reli A it non ncrinr n t a.
and adding to the material prosper examination, has been filled by i the attack.
watered stock it will take a daily
Sunday School at Harney the fj9**Onice in old Masonic building
' the nomination bv United States
ity of the entire state.
first Sunday of each month at 10 I
A dispatch recicved in New profit of $250,000 to pay 4 per cent
Whereas, Exclusive graiu farm ' Senator Simon, of Harvey 8. Craig-
¡interest. When Ibis combination
o’clock. A M. On the second,
I ors ouuuav
iu »». I
ing has been generally abandoned ¡of Marion County, as P«nc«pal- 1 • . CMtrOt
of vineziela, defeated the sees fit to begin operations it will
third and fourth Sundays of each p M JORDAN.
in Western Oregon for dairying and
practically plaee a mortgage on
month at 3 o'clock P. M
Practical Land Surveyor.
other branches of agriculture and j i The young man is 18 years old, is; rcbe|g jn a seven days’ bloody bat
head of livestock in the
ing services every second Sunday
I for manufacturing, and unless the|a Bon
Hon. David Craig, of tle in which there was .‘1000 casual
at. 8 P. M.
States. This mortgage will
eastern section is opened to the ag- Waldo Hills, and is a native oft ties in the rebel camp.
bv paid by the producer«.
At the Presbyterian
j riculturalist there is grave danger that place.
Burns, Rev. A J. Irwin
that within u few years the states Senator Simon also named Ral will submit a proposition to make <
Divine services the third and fourth
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
will be forced to purchase from < eigh E. Hughes of Portland as first ; a Hight from Faris to San Francisco S tate of O hio ,C itv of T oledo .<
Sunday* of each month nt II a, tn.
L i scas C ounty .
Mortr«<M. l>*»da. Bo., rorraetly nada.
neighboring states food products’ alternate, and Edward L. Metschan in a new airship which he is nowi
and 7:30 p nt. Sabbath school at Oflca al Stoye.
which should be raised upon its ot Portland as second alternate.
building. ¡The condition of the'
10 a. tn. every Sabbath morning.
Young Hughes is a son of Ed. j trip is that he lie paid $2u0,000 if; he is senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney Jt Co., doing business
Preaching services at the Baptist H. VULP, A. M . M. D.
Whereas. 1 It is of the utmost irn- ’ ' I Hughes, formerly a dealer in farm- 3Uceefsfu|.
i in the City of Toledo. County and
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
Physician and Surqcon.
morning and evening. Sunday
Mctschan is a son of Hon. | The New York Yacht club has State aforesaid, ami that said firm
take advantage without delay of ¡Fred
school every Sunday at 10 a. m, £W“Otüce nt residence.
formorlv State. sent a cablegram ta Sir Thomae will pay the sum of One Hundred
the irrigation law recently enacted
Oregon hy the Congress of the United Treasurer and now of the Imperial Lipton accepting his challenge fur Dollars for each and every case of
prayer meeting every Thursday Burnii, . —
'¡tho America’s cup on the same Catarrh that canuot l>e cured by
i States m order that it may make Hotel.
conditions for which it was raced the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
use of a fund amounting to over
Services at Christian Science
of • an age. They are &»«• tb* last time. The first race
$900,000 now available for irriga practically
hi »»u iiviwii » v
Hall, corner east of the Bank, even
mo and subscrib
well developed physically, and wi» be sailed on Thursday. August
tion work within its borders.
Sunday at Ila. m. and 8 p in.
this.Gtli day '*
Resolved, That the president and have each received an excellent ed- i
Service Wednesday evenings at 8.
secretary of this association be and ucation in the schools of this state. > Connnandan t J. D. Snvinan. a
Everybody is invited to attend
A. WJ Gleason.
they are hereby instructed to tele ¡They arc earnest, ambitious yeungI n(jUd Bwr f|ghter ¡t
8ave a J seal
I>o not bo deceived by those who ad- graph to Mr. F. H. Newell, Chief l men and each expresses confidence’ digpatch of the 17th from El Pi.so.
v«rti*e a StiO.UU Hew ing Machine for Hydrographer of the United States in being able to pass the critical' T„ai( enroute to Mexico City’to
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
82O.tr.l. This kind of a ntachine can
Geological Survey, requesting him mental and physical examination :
with President Diaz relative ternaliv. and'acts directly’’ou tire
be IxniL-lit frinii us or any of our
dealiini fruuiÑló.UOto flS.OO.
to begin work on reclamation pro- to which they will be subjected.,^ a larJrp trBct nf land jn thejbloo.1 ami mucous surfaces of the
WK MARK S VARIKTV.
1 ¡ects under the present, irrigation The examination takes place at southern republic to be cnlouized system. Send tir testimonials, fre*.
THE NEW HOME IS THE ÌEST.
law at such point er peinta in Washington, D. C.. on November by Boer refugees.
F. J. Cheney <fr Ce., Toledo,
The Fumi detarminee the strength or
weak»««! of Hewing Macldn»«. Tbe Eastern Oregon as in his judgment i 12.—Portland Journal,
Sold hy all Druggtet. 7*>c.
I The great anthracite coal strike
Double Fee< combined with «Mhsr offer the best assurance of success1
Hall’s Family Pilis are the heat.
strong )>oiiit» niski-n I he Acw ll<*Bse
1 ia settled at last. A commission
Anyone «ending a Rke<rh end <1ee«ipMon i»»ey
the ls*l Hewing Ma< hhie to buy.
quickly eeeertelu otir opinion free whether an
1 of six persons, with a seventh as
TO critt A COl.ll IX ONE IUT
Invention I« probably palee table, (nmmnnlc»
Resolved, Further, that the co
atarelog tb« Ulf-
< Iona a< rlctly ronfidenltel. llaiHlbook on Ha tonta
taruit »Ivi«« «r
•ent free. <»Meet aaency for anearme potante.
Bromo Quinine recopier, will adjust the differences
N«wlug Mucblnv* operation of the Governor and Sec Take T^axative
Patente taken tbn uah Menn Â Co. reeeHe
•j>«rla4 aofkw, without rharve. in tho
we Biau«*k»lureotiti prò«» b«n>repurctMS!i>g
retary and tbe Treasurer of Oregon Tablets. All druggists refund tlm betweon the operators and tbe
Mitchell, , of
fails to cure. ...
Land Board. mviivj
THE NEW HONE IEW1HC IMHINE <0. constituting
A h»r>i'.«nm«ly lllnMnt»<1 wwklr. I/inwl W-
and of tho Portland Chamber of Grovo’s signature is on each box. ¡the Miners’ Union, will take the
colanoti of anf at-lantlflf lonroaL T*rm». B A
yeir : four month», IL 3ol4 by
ptUátonBn- N.T.,LUI«»«»,Ht, Atout», G»,
necessary me sures ’o call the
u,,. r^r«« » reto in our
hl i*>ni«,Mo., mure, r*».,a«» EmnciMo, Vii Commerce,
Cum merco, the Portland Board ot 25c-
re» esu ev
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