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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1902.
If. Urlqlyr». I*><l)irl<'p>r
7t. <'oah(»»«. a.lltor >n<l M»na»»r.
*1 ..’<(> I’rr \ t nr.
Sia Month* 7 5 Cent«.
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men and possess a high degree of
Thons;.n.ls Htwe Kidney Trouble
intelligent<*. Apart from the mit.-
an.’l Don’t Know it.
i'rul lands and town sit< s, no land
1<OW To rind Out.
will Im open Io immediate sale.
Fill a L><>t tie or common ^ias, with your
Jnaltad of purchasing the lands .Mountain Forests <>f Eastern wrucr and k: it stand twenty (our hour«, a
Frneticuliy the Entire Indian
sediment or set-
fr jiii the Indians and thi n opening Oregon W ill Bron New Piati.
»If"? indicate:, an
Territory to Become Availa-
j utihealihy condi-
ble for Settlement,
them to settlement tinder the
nv\ 4 L>.' -r'V/. ■ “on o( tha k.-i-
Iloinr-st'’id act, us has been the
neys; if it stains
I ly k) ’ M TZ , . your
linen it b
usuul custom, the government has
f','w'' ^7 evidence ot hid-
' r !^i.-t-i ne7 trouble: too
entered into treaties with the In
Within th" next tow months lands dians bv which the lands will be ington, Nov. 15.—Secretary Hitch
Hardware of Ergry Description.
frequent deeire la
pas.; it or pain ir
_ (hc bjc«, ( a; j
in 'lie Indian Territory will be al divided among the inenibcra of the
Hi; it nm ,
proof that the kidneys and blad
lotted to the lueinborg of the five tribes by a scheme of equalization forest reserve shall be created it;, convincing
der are out of order.
What to Do.
civilized iiatioun, mid stiles will bo of values. Having asccitained by the Blue and Strawberry Motin-,
There io comfort in tint knowledge so
mad» which will give the Indians appraisement the average value of
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
i greater uinoonl of wealth pcrcap* the Itti.d, th? total urea is divided lands included by the Presidential Root. the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in c-tiring rheumatism, pain In the
ita than any »thcr people in the by the total number of registered proclamation will be only Govern back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
if tha mlnary pas-^jo. It corrects inability
world, und will «fiord h6n.es to Indians, and to each is «Hotel u
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
thousands of white families. By trai t worth the multiple of the av mountsin «umtnits. 'The proclam it, or bud effects following use oi liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
recent tribal ratifieations of 1< dila erage value, an<l the average num
terior Department shall have in- necessity of being compelled to go often
during the Jay, and to get up many times
I*. M ItlEDICU.
BIGGS A BIGG*
»•■»»ions of Congress, th<- five civil vision S.ime. individuals will re- specteJ « very acre to be included I during llm night. The mild and the extra
smm .-', und ’•’reu«,
ordinary effect of Swamp-Roct i; soon
ized nation» of Indians have con cciye as much a- 2,000acrcu. while in the reserve, uml to eliminate realized. It eta ids the highest for its won-
¿•rfiil cures of the most distressing cases,
cluded the negotiations which will others may receive net more than
withdrawal us have lie' n denuded ’ 6 > j ;*
* • r-iedicine you r.hcutd Save the
gradually opeu up to settlement
be i. ikki by druggists in 50c. and$i. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle f this
practically the entire Ir dian Terri tion In every instance the In
AH towns or ' woudeiful
tory. Of tho 31,000 square miles dians must retain for life, or at
- j au i a book that lelisi
--- -------- ----------I m3ro about it. botiisent)
contained in th* Indian Territory. least for twenty on” years, their
Abstracts Furnmhe)* and Title Gu iratite« d to all Lands in I.urnci
«30.660 square miles, or 1.005,600 original hotnisteads, which will
ad ir -. Dr. Kilmer & it,.«- at »««mi-n-««
excludol. 1 Lut. above all else, the Co.,
Bitigaamt-m. tf. Y. V/r.en writing men-
acre», are tho absolute property of vary in area from forty to 160
Secretary will exclude those lands ! “on reajing “¡is generous offer in tni»p«+er.
the five civilized tribes Tribal acres; but the remainder they are
which were c-nti-ed for sj«*culative' __
— — -
jKiewssioi. will now be changed Io at liberty to sell under prcscrilicl
individual ownership, a large pro condition«. The greut demand for.
B night and Sold on Com mil»ion.
Otliee in Bank Building
portion of the laud will become l«c.’f cuttle is caleu’atcil to rnuke
subject to immediate lease, and in the demand for leased lands ex
periods varying from one to three tensive. especially us the natural
years an imniensc area will be sub grasses of the Territory furnish ex- i
progress. I have very deep interest
p< t to unconditional sale. At a cellent pa«t'irag'.’. I he f«>r< st re-
Brute* I n(MM N » 7«l, K of I’
a citizen in the success of anv
M»*‘ M ••
' h«irMÌiM H’jrht.
•late yet to l>e announced, 500.4X10 sources of the Territory are ofgreat
all irrigation works in Oregon.
b’ M h»r«l«n. <’ C
acres of coal and asphalt lands will value. Approximately GO per cent
«><tt«*r• li* tv! K « ’ If. H
dislike to antagonize the views
i lie sold ut public auction, us will of the land is well wooded with
man, w ho is truly devoted
also the lots tn nearly a thousand such valuable tiinlier as the vari I
CUNs fl< .pri'.li »fi li •• E H
of irrigating our punlic
towns. There are now in the Terri ous species o! oak, thick walnut, i
\(...d» •«*•*«>11 I »•••! (..’i tli
I .««I iv «d
when I see a coyote
»I » ‘
f4P**M>inRl — opposi’? Bank.
torv approximately nine hundred ash. hickory, pecan, liver birch i ■
li»*»»' ». W M
towns, ten of which find in lfM'O a and cottonwood.
Mr» Eilttic Tlt .«ip-<»n s,.<-
> »■» •nnizimr
’im \ Mountain
i r«»> n 4 n i n a»A.
— J—— of a /I flock.
..—I— I I can’t help feeling
The hi* governing the disposi
p'-pillytion of over two thousa'al
|yj A HU.XA a l.MKY
each While tho covenants with tion of these lands provides that serve nr to permit chancus for fraud»: U goo»i ga ne
<’ U.NK I iBGF . NO !•". » g. .< I
W L M«r»deu.
John W (¡«»ary,
<«» »»r h» r»» ini’ m<
th»- dilierent nations vary tn their all Indians receiving ao individual
Pl<y«i tane <(' Suryenne.
Q» ir! f
tlx in i
provisions, the Choctawsund Chick allotment of laud shall thereon be I
Bui ns, Oregon. asa.is alone will have 1,5(K),<XX> come citizens of the U.iited States,
paper of the 24th tilt., ‘Several men
tMF”0!bce »t residence. ’Phone 20,
acres to di»|)O»e of within a year, an and, basing their claim on this pro be all Govern.nent land.
have been named to me, who here
Tkss (Unii SO. u;< l (i. ü. W.
viunl area ul the end of three years, vision and the argument that citi-,
»I ■«•)• at Hroan lutti m ri gridar «»•«-
rich in the sheep business
and double that amount at tho end zeiis of tin’ United States cannot
oi'UC Vi.itins '.r.ith.-r- (r it.-r’ially in- DIGUS A HIGGS.
one dollar’s investment in
Sacara. W »I Oha» N.
be governed in the disposal of their
’ of five years.
J. W. Illes..
<'«stirai) , K.'.sir.ivr
practically without con-
Unlike the teserviitions previous property, many persons are now i
to the adcitnc«-
ly opened up to settlement, this is making ninety-uine-yeiir leas?»
:| IE NEY I.OI' i . NO 77. I <» O F
or to its sup-
*1 •■•(» oven S mir I .v evening, It own*»
not wil<< and uncultivated l i id. with the Indians, and some are
Viaiiing liroth ra fraternally in- gipponi.*., in Bank (mil lini:
Seven million two hundred thous making contracts for sales. The
Frank <> .1 «ckaon. N G.
and acre, uro already occupied as Secretary of the Interior, however,
C G Sini li. Nwret try
y^ii.i.tAM» a rtrzuEK.iLD
farms and three und a half million denies the correctness of this argu-
however, prevent corporations ami not to be allowed to inierferc with
ft' E CIRCI F. N » RD. WOMEN tig
arc under cultivation, Thcic . rnent. He holds that the law can
i|....t> 2n I ml 4th Tno.- Thornton William.,
from acquiring title to; operations founded upon u settled
dai it Hroan'» h ill Mr* Tilli lor ian,
votary ••ubile. is $62,181 (A'0 lnvcsie«! tn farm have no such intent utul therefore
valuable land in this and domestic connection with tlw
lira, lone Wliiting
property in this great fertile tract, cannot be so interpreted, and that
Litte, Notarial ami Real Retate
of the in-i country.’
whose broad valleys and rich its only efieet is to confer oa the
“Whec thifi newspaper n an went
prairies yield Hbunduntlv to even ' Indians the right of sufirage. It is.
4'tin roll AiiMouncciiients.
the most carele-H cultivation Ti.e
Ti.c more than probable, however, that water supply is of equal import- last summer in the train of Will-
/^“Otlice in Masonic building
Sunday School at Harney the
total value of the f irm products of the case will soon« r or latter be anee to timber preservation, he iainson to Prineville, he wrote ‘the
first Sunday of each month st 1<> p M. JOllUAX*
the Territory amounted m lh99 to carried into the courts and a test hold-, and to this end the forests people here arc epposrd to irrign-
o'clock, A. M. On the second,
of the Blue Mountains will be per- tion.’ Of course the people with
$27.672 000. Farniifg methods: -uit will setile the contr »versy.
third and fourth Sundays of each
|H'tuate<i. It may ’><• six months whom Mr. William-on's inJlu« nc<*
Practical L imi Surveyor.
under tribal ownership wore most Aire oly hundred-* of far-se *ing in
month nt. 3 o’clock P. M. Preach-
a year, says the Secretary, before brought hitn into contact, thepart-
Burux. Oregon. wastf.il, und under tho new regime vestors aro on the 'pound securing,
r«-scrve shall finally Is; estab- ners, of the candidate, in the she» y
iiig services ••very second Sunday
tile Territory promises to become leases from tne Indians of large
at H P. M.
but when it is created its -nl(f cattle business, are opposed to
g W Mtl.LEl:
the El Dorado of the West The iH.rtious of their prospective allot-
be permanent There irrigation. Nobody else in that
proceeds of the sales of the coal and me.its, and in many instances I
ground for continued region is opposed to irrigation nuc
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin
asphalt lands and tho town sites those lease» contain options for fu
exciusion of some
Continued on Seooml page
Divine M'rvices the thinl »ml f.mrth Miirt-’tcp*. !»<•<• 1-. Etc , • rre<U. inibir
nill be divided pro rata among the ture purchase, which, while they
Kumlfivs of •'fifth moiftli nt 11 a. in.
Indians, ami later the great cash may not stand in the courts, may
T«» u ; jhi . i
anil 7:30 p. m. Sabbath aclionl at
balances of the several tuitions, he respected bv the Indians.
10 a. m. every Sabbath morniiig. H. VOLP, A. M . M. D. now on deposit in the National i No “rush'' noconfusion, no lottery every rc.-ci ve heretofore create 1.
Frank J. Cheneyuiuk< s «• it-li tlm'.
Preaching services at the Baptist
Treasury, will be similarly divided. and no "sooner«’’ attend this re
sr.vns is cwstic .
Physician and Surqeon,
he is senior partner of the firm of
church every 1st «ml 2ti'l Suntlnyn.
This influx of cash, it is predicted, markable transformation of Indian
F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business
»Ilice at residence
Continued on Fourth page.
inorniiig and evening. Sunday
will not only make the Indians
lie Boasts Williamson For His in the City of Toledo, County and
Position on the Irrigation
aclioul every Stiudii) at 10 a. m. Burns,
willing to sell their lands at reason
State aforesaid, and that said -firm
prayer meeting every Thurmlnv
able prices, but will make th« in ex
will pay the sum of Om Hundred
“I have been troubled with my
cellent cuBtomers for those who
Dollars for wicii and every case «if
A Journal reporter
, . that
.. . cannot , . lie cuiea >. ur
j have merchandise to sell, and will stomach for the past four years,"
Service at. Christian Sciene« \f......
Hall, corner e ist of the Bank, even to r< pni’t.i by Irn’HponsIblo parti» to tlKJVtR'vt. open an era of unparalleled pros says 1). I.. Beach, of Clover Nook
, , the use of Hall s C atarrh Cure,
Farm, Greenfield. Mass. "A lew known civil engineer ot Portland,
Frank I Cheney
perity throughout the Territory,
sun l«y at lla. in. and 8 p tn i lini
NEW HOME SEW1NG MAGHINE CO
While mineralogists believe that days ago I was induced to buy a for an expression of opinion eon-
me and subscril
Rerviea Wflnesflav evenings at H. THE
I . I l'iiU'rc.) a trust or • ■•nl.lnation ; w<> vì-li
Everybody is invited to attend bi usMire th<- |tibllc timi Ih. ir Is •••> truth In the whole are which is to be <’ivid-«: lx).x of t’hnniberlain’s Stomach and cerning Congressman Williamson’s ed in my presence, this 6th day
»urti ri p.iT^, Wc hnvr I
1 have taken part remarks on irrigation io The Journ December, A. D. J8S6.
s for ov. r n ••uurt.-rot n «viitu- among the Indians is underinid Liver Tablets.
r.v, unti luive t.th!J*h<*<l a r* putatlun l'or <»ur- with coal, ur.d while in the high of them and feel a great deal better." ui
Major Sears .
A. W. Gleason.
»• h. » uixl our oiiH-hin. s tlmt I» tini. n»,v <-r alt
llonif” mn.-hlnc bn» lands practically every valuable If you have any trouble with vour is State Engineer for Oregon for
in». r h.» n ilx.il' d .i. ■■ uiniL.i i.i;i<-hin<’.^ It
vinnil» ut Un* 1 < ; .| ofiill ¡tifili fi »••••f«* Rewliig luinerul except gold and silver is stomach try a box of these Tablets. 1 rrigati Oil and is one of the oldest
mari,In.-, and -tauduoii its <••/*)* m> rlts.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken io-
known to exist, only the known You are certain to be pleased w ith of American ¡Irrigation engineer»,
Thr •• X«w llmur’' ietlteonlu •■*••<»»
and acts directly on the
Itlfill fiK.tUE Sctrhttt JKacMno
ieoal ami asphalt fields owned !>»•
mucous surfaces of tin,
salj by II. M. Horton, Burns: Fred
ItPnot ne. »»:iry for nslnvnlirlntnatrust the Choctaw and Chickasaw na
for testimonials. fre»>
G.Hivei.urvT.-dlt "» )«i.v uny <1. bt.< «■< «.■ hnvc tions,
and aggregating 5<X>,<MM» Haines, Harney.
tradi wiar > i >
ixi.l. bis to p'i.v. W<-liavp nevi r t nl'-rwl Inin
F. J. Cheney Jr. Co.. Toledo, H.
villi inanuinctiir.r»oi low arido acres, will be segregated and sold
O ofvrwhts Ac.
)-lH-a|iinucllIn. H tlial armarlo tr> s. Il ivrar l.
by all Druggist. 75c.
Anroo» >rndlna •
»nd dvarrlntlon mn
|< vi urmi, Inti-'n-io rinrlt». lx. noi I»- .1.--
mil.-iilv »xwn.un .«ir i.pwnon freo wli<itli« r ■■■
«-. Ivo.l, v li. li >oli vani n »• vili« inur-hltio don't. li'.mls in tne tract can be purchased
tion of the Carey law, having been Hall’s Family Pills are tire J km *L
l.»«<iit»><> |» >ir.*«Nr IMienlnblr. pmmiunky-
wlid y..ur moli, y nw.iy Unni lionn-, cali orti
• »«»«nctirninBikHiriaj. Il>ndl»«iok.»ii l*»i<nita
•enl rrm». libi«! «uren.-y lor ««iirn.ir i>»triii^
' engaged in making the surveys and
For Infants and Children.
" .Veir limite ” flvulee. li. < ali - Il yon a at various perionsin the next few
l'aienr« fakmi tliroiivli Munii A <o. reoulvu
lictter inuchlne l’or I. s-.tli.in you enn puretiase
fpo-Mt MlUe, wHh.iut ehHW». In III»
for the Oregon Development
cbowlier-. Il' tli. ro 1« no tiotilvr near you,
The Kind You Have Always Bought designs
v rito iliivet tu u».
in the upper valley of i
the exception of such as may bode-
A >lRiH.»Hn«<ly lllmrfrulcd wrckl». ■»»?**Jll''
THE NEW HOME SEWING MAGHINE CO | Vcloped by tho Inbian owners, Bears the
1 hl» sigr.utaro U on every box of the SMbloe
Laxative Bromo-Quioine Tabuu
MUNN À Co.88’“"'**1’ New York New York, Chlonitr», II1.,St. I ..ul«. M<»., Atlan many ot whom are practically white
’be re®..)» ib»t rare» n •«hl in «»c
OPENING INDIAN LANDS
TO BE RESERVED
E. 0. T. G. CO.
Jlran« h O*R<*e, f’?r» F St-, Wn»hl»i*;tnf>, D,
ti». Gii.. Pillili». Trx.. R;in I ran. l«< r>, ' fil.