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Harney Val ley Items
BURNS, OREGON, SATURDAY. JANUARY 17. 1903.
FAVOIl* SCALI» JJOl'NTV
it <-prcuent at i v<- Test Thinks It
Folly to itcpeal the Law.
Future of Checkerboard Bill
“It would bo folly,” said Repre
Bright—Alcaua Much to Ore
sentative Teat to an Oregonian re-
■ porter lu-t week, “to repeal the
AI >50 Per V*W.
Hix Mofilb* 75<<bls.
FAVORS SMALL PLATS
Thousand«; Have Kidney Trouble
and Don’t Know it.
n»w 'to mJ out.
Ethal 'll : or «■•• ¡ •mon glass v/i'.h your
walsr and let >t stand twmuy-fo< r h. <u: . a
If ydrograplicr Newel! Opposed
sediment or ,--zt-
to Large Helicine*.
tlu.g Uxiicalc ; .11
unlteaUh, < ii.ii-
lion ol ilw kid
neys; if ii stains
yc.ii» finer, i- i.
evidence rf kid
Portland, Jan. 5.—Much interest
r.e.y buti I : t >
is being taken in Portland in the
freinent de.-itc t.»
pass. >t or pain ir.
question of irrigation bv the feder
tlio Lr-k i- r'-.
al gnvrrnment in the various arid convincing proof that the kidney.-, and i Lid
districts of the state of Oregon '• i derarer. 4 r.( «>»rjer.*
What lo Do.
The state association n ccntlv or There is comfort in the knerrzledj;- ro
eipreirei. that Di. Kilmer ; 01/. .p
ganized is following up the work often
Loot, tlio i.o at kidney remedy f :liiii • .-ry
inaugurated by Ike convention wish in raring rheumatism, pain tn the
liver. tiaAior 1...I e .'ot ran
held during the earlr part of the tick,
rf.the crinaiy pn age. 1: correc'-. i- I dit -
winter and it is believed that re to held - »ter and .scalding pain i:i ps in.;
it, or Ind e/fc-c!-. follcurftig u'.e 1.1 ii.;;-i>r,
sults w ill be obt ained.
! vzine • r 1,'er. and overcomes th*: unolr a-ant
In an interview today with A. L. ceco--:ly ci t-oirg <<r.:[ died t, g-,
day, and to get up mar, ; tin.o;
Craig, general passenger agent of e d rrin-the
ting the night. The mild and me extra
the O. R. A N.. who has just re ordinary e'fect of S-wr.mp-Root i .
iri-d. It rm.!s the highest for f. : v- n
turned from the east, that gentle rea
t ¿«•rful cures <t ttie most ¿¡/.tressing case .
man stated that he had n personal ti you no . medicine you sitould have 'die
!••-.• 11 I
.... 1-; |n jOc. a: '
interview with Chief Hydrvgrapher You may i„-.c a sample bottle of t'. i.i
Newell of the interior department wonderful diacovevy
an' a lock nte'.i
while in Washington. Mr. Newell :n : •: s.U 11' i’. both r.«ntKbf*-* dsS-sl' "rj’ '
is nnxiotts the experiments be tried ah >-4 < J.’bee I.. mail, ’
a i a ; l... Kilmer iz !i.w. .< ?>
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in Orrgen under the recent irriga Co.. P-mgliaini.-n. 1?. Y. V/:-.en writing men-
tion net rif congress. As yet no tr n 1 ioinglliir. generous-ffe: ;.l t.-. spa; er,
(scalp bounty law
Half of the
coyotes arc gone, and we can prac
Oregon'an News Bureau, Wash tically exterminate tho p/st by
ington, Jan. 8.—Representative keeping up the bounty. Repeal
Moo/lv has completed his report on of the law now would mean that
Hardwaro of Entry Description.
• the bill recent!y indorsed bv the th ) state would lose all it has spent
public lands committee, providing u|) to this time towards killing oil
for the exchange of even aectiol’s coyotes. Since Idaho enacted n
for odd sections of land within the bmiotv law two years ago there
I limits of railroad ami wagon road has been no indueemcat to send
land grant« lying in the arid and scalps to Oregon from that state.
Homi arid sections of tho West, and I do not mean to say that scalp«
will tomorrow submit tho same to over were shipped across the state
line for redemption. There wa9
complaint that this was go
The bill, aboriginally introdttcedi
But since the Idaho lounty
applied only to railroad grants,
enacted this has reused. i
but Mr. Moody was able to have it
“Jackrabbits are easily disposed
enlarged to apply also to lands
and even if they do increase with
within waeon road grants, ns the
extermination of coyotes, this
1 latter provision will benefit settlers
; who have purchas' d land« within presents no serious problem. Wire
' tho grants to the Willamrtto' Val fence« al/otit 18 inches high will
ley and Cascade Motintams anil kwp jaokrabl.it« out Many miles
the Dalles military road companies of such fences an* now in use. The specific proposition has Lei-n re ' ' fk.ti't make any rr.iat.ikc, but remcm-
in Eastern Oregon, the former fact is that as the country is settled • ceived In Washington from Oregon. J ht tiie rami-, Sn'amji-Ii'ca, Ur. Kilmer e
grant euibrscing 813.000 and the and as the land is cleared thejack- Press reports have led Mr. N'-'*’<,iI .'iwmii,»Root, anil the ad Irt i*. Bingham
ton, N. Y.,<j«i . very b.itt!c.
UiHtr irta Furnishei’ and Title (In trail teed to all Lands in Eurnej
latter 473,«363 acres
The oilier rabbits retreat, and the problem to believe that propositions would,
wagon road lands in Oregon will thus solves itself.
be submitted. At the recent state’ irrigation schemes ;for operation
"We shall work in the Legisla c invention a number of the coun- under the now Inw. that Baker ni.<l
not be affected, as their grants do
not lie in the arid region. In fa|jt, ture for an appropriation of $13,000 ties in the arid district of the state other-counties, Ihtough their lif< al
wagon roads in no other state will for the Ontario salmon hatchery. presented plans for irrigation bv assoeiatiims, send their eoinp’eti-d
Bought b ' h I «told on Commission.
Office in Bank Building.
l»e affected by the bill. Sottlora on | Ontario is a verv line plaec for u the government, but some of the data.-propositions and argujru-nts
the Willamette Valley lands west j hatchery, the best 1 know of,"
.1. Thi> will
counties askeil for more time tn'direct
tn diruct ,tj.
J<> Air. N>
of tho mountain« will not be
complete their data, The Secretary Bare time «nd it is hope«! mil .•-<•-
of the state association could not cure the Iwginnin« « tie work bv
Incorporated in the renort is a
I. ml g* nircMitorr.
I m * seen today, but it is understood the govi-rnnii-nt Lefort1 tue sCll.i-
Thiel Held In
-i strong letter of indornement iron. Esca (veil
that general plans have not been annual meeting iu .I’tn«' ni ike
Rvass Ixinor No. 70, K nt I’.
Secri tnrv Hitchcock, who says that
forwarded because of the delay of »taie association to I m - held u*.
Merl» every rimrixluv aiirht.
tho checkerboard land system was
connties in submitting Baker cite.
(¡rant Count v News Shot iff E. T
F M Jordan. (• C
H. Mothe ridir ad, K of R. f*.
Lanruneo received a dispatch lropi
A delegation of Klamath Indiana
that ho gathered
tin Portland authorities yesterday-
IH’KNH CHAPTER. NO. 4f>. O. E. S.
practically worthless under this I morning, stating that Emmett front Mr. Newell's conversation Is tn1 Washington favoring the rati
Meete second and fourth .Monday of
checkerboard system. Large tracts Kimlwrli ig had been arrested there that the government was not de fication of‘a Keen I treaty with th-
cacti month in Masonic hill, Vocgtlv j
of arid land which are fit only for and asking if ho should be h< Id. sirous at pn -ent of tmdt rtaking ’.he ¿overranirt whereby the r«-=<rv 1-
Main St—opposite Bank.
building Mrs M iggie l^-vetis, W M. 1
grazing arc now divided in owner awaiting the arrival of a Grant largi-’t enterprises, which would liori’bf the tribes, situated in K bi.n-
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Sec.
ship and naturally much friction county official. Theshoriff replied, mean the mitlay of big sums of ath county, would l.c thrown opi u
BURNS IXIIXJE, NO. 97, A.F. «kA. M, M AKSDF.N A GEARY
resulted because of tree pass It is asking that the prisouer lx1 held, money. The department is iri- for fcttlcment Opposition to tin
Meets Saturday on or before full moon.
estimated that front 25 to 30 acres ana this morning he starts for clim d to erect irrigation works <m treaty has devdop-d ¡acaii-c of
Qnsliflrd brothers fraternally invited.
W. L lUrvlcn.
John W. Geary.
of such lund is needed ann'.tallv to Portland-to bring him back.
a stnallef scale and more in the th< appropriation w hieh it carri'«
< . F. Kinyon, W. M. F. S. Rieder,
Phyririani <£• Surye< ns.
pastille a single horse or cow and
Kimberling was arrested early way of an experiment Mr. Nowell 10 rccofnjM'n'M- the few r< maii.ing
Hurns, Oregon, in single sections such pasturage last spring for the larceny of n is emphatic in Lis stat, moot t)^j Indians who. will 1«' <>bltg«-v. tn
HI RNS LODGE, NO. 93, A. O. U. W.
JflPOtrice at residence. ’Phono 20.
is practically valueless. The Sec- inaro. He was tried beipre tho the government will undertake no leave the reservation it th«- agr«-«-
Meets at Brown hall every Friday eve
ning Visitiny brothers fraternally in-
rctr.ry strongly urges the adoption circuit court at the May term and irrigation work where the lands 1o tnent is officially confirmed. The
vt«d, Thus. Sagers, W. M. Chas. N.
of the pending bill ns it tends to convicted. On the 2iHh of May he. be covered are largely private and measure has already passel il
< uuhrane. Recorder.
glGf.M a bb.GS,
I consolidate private holdings in together with Willie Robinson, to which there might !«■ question senate.
j tracts of sufficient size to give their, I awaiting trial on a charge of steal of title or controversies nr.«l L gal
I! tltNEY 1.OUGK, NO. 77, I. O O F.
E. II. Test, reiijcsejitativ«- fr< ix
J. W. lligk’M.
Meet» every Saturday evening, Brown’a I
and Ilaroev- ecuntii*.
I11II. Visitina brothera fraternally in-
the value of the Government oounly jail, whore he was awaiting words, if the larger portion of the passed through town Tuesday nipjic
Frank O. Jackson, N.G«
III KNS. OREGON.
C, G. Nmilli, Secretary.
his sentence.. A search was made lands to be irrigated are already on his w; v to Portland and SaL n.
Coulee in Bank building.
Tho bill is drawn to prohibit for the prisoners but t_> no avail.
held under prinato’title tin- owners Mr Tes,’.. j <1 measure in tin- legis
TUI i: < llt< l.l Nil lii>. WOMEN III-
I any unfair
____ exchanges,. for lands
the hind must in advance enter lature will I m : a bill to cuang«- lie
Woodcraft. Meets 2nd and 4th Tues-
During the summer word was
dai ut liman's hall. Mrs. Tillie Jordan,
selected must lie of the same arid received from Pendleton that Kim- into an associated agreement be county seat of Malheur coiuitr
Mrs. lone Wluting
yyiLt.IAM."- A FITZGERALD
character and the same area ns the bcrling w .is in that city but it turn- ( tween themselves and the govern-, fr01n Vale to Ontario.—Hunting-
j Thornton William»,
I tracts relinquished. Under nr»' ed out later that the officers were m“nt ^,at Ihey tvil! pay the pro ton-’Herald.
Ch it r<-11 A n nun ncemrn t «.
Roltry Piihlie, circumstances is an exchange com-
. rata p^r acre costot the installation
mistaken in their man.
l'or a bilious attack take Cham
Law, Notarial and Deal Estate
Sunday School at Hurney the
Kimberling will be placed in tin of the' irrigation works, the saun berlain's Stomach ami Liver l ui».
acquire timbered or mineral lands jail here on his arrival next week as itould be taxed against lan Is
first Sunday of each month nt !<•
or tracts valuable for reservoir sites and held to receive sentence from to be irrigated.’ the title to which, is- lets and a quick cur«- is certain
o'clock, A. M. On the second,'
under the bill. No settler or claim Judgo Clifford at the next term of now in the government and non For sale by H. M. Hortou. Burns;
third and fourth Sundavs of ench
. . , ,
Fred Haines, Ilnrney.
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ant to public lands will be dis court.
open to general entry. The go\-j
month at 3 o’clock P. M. I’ro-tch ^•"’Othce tn Masonic building
turbed. No roaming right of lieu
einmOnt in adding tin- cost of- tl <■
Jorgensen is st(ll to the front
tng services every second Sunday
low prices. H'aU and so- his
at S P. M.
R. D. Burrow, IV1- D. are limited to public and private
ner> of government lands spreads line of watches. clocks, jewelry,
At tho Presbyterian
.lands within the limits of the
tin- pay ment over a series of yejns stationery. etc.
Physician and Surgeon.
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor i
grants, and lands relinquished S tate or O hio .'C ity or T oledo ./
so that the cntrvman is notserktts-
Divine services the third and fourth 00^O(lice at Burns Hotel. Rooms.
L i scas ColXTY. .
must tn every instance be in the*]
lv inconvenienced. For instancy
Sundays of each month at 11 a. tn. I and 2. Calls answered any hour
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that government land which can now
simo cotintv as lands required,
and 7-30 p. 111. F Sabbath school at ,)ftV or night.
thereby maintaining the taxable lie is senior partner of the firm of. be had tor 11.25 per acre, if irrigat
10 a. m. every Sabbath morning. Iluriis.
Oregron I area in each county. Strong efforts F. J. Cheney A Co . doing business
ed under the now law, would per-
Preaching services at the Baptist
“Mr hair;'T*s failing out and
' will be made to pass the bill this in the City of Toledo. County and' hans have $30 per aero added t<»i
turnint gray, very Mst. But your
•hurch every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
the purchase price, hut the pay
Hair Vigor stopped ths falling and
morning and evening. Sunday F. M. JORDAN*,
will pay the stun of One Hundred men s for the same would l> spread
restored tlio natural color."—Mrs.
An,attempt will bo made at the Dollars for each and every case of over a period of 10 nr 20 years. So - E. Z. Benpmme, Cohoes, N. Y.
school every .Sunday at 10 ». tn.
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Practical hind Surveyor.
coining sciBton o£ the legislature to Catarrh that cannot be cured by private lands by initial agreement
prayer meeting every Thursday
It’s impossible for you
nags n two.mile limit law, such a the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
can share in this groat project .of j
to look old. with the
statute as is in forile in Idahti. ■'lite
Frank J. Cheney.
the government, but first the’own-
Services at Christian Science
of seventy years in
Baker County 8hqcp Association
Sworn to before me and subscrib ers of a body of land must get to-’
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every! g W. MILLER,
! Perhaps you
has delegated W G. Ayre of Ex ed in my presence, this Gth day o 1 gether and file their propositions
Sunday at lla. in. and 8 p. m.
and you like
and agreements with the chief hr-
Service Wednesday evenings at 8. Notary Public, and Conveyancer, press to represent the interests of December, A. D 1886.
A. W. Gleason,
I the sheepmen of this section ’and
Everybody is invited to attend Mortgage«, Docd.\ Etc., correctly nmde.
Notary Public, i Bakercmintv is one of the few
he has departed for-Salem. It is,
Office Ht Store.
not probable that such a law will
counties in the state, and the first ’
bo passed.— Huntington Htr»ld.
county so far as known, to organ-
Lost—a gold watch chain and
TO CUKE A (Oil) IN ONE DAV
ternally, and acts directly on the]
ixe a local irrigation
« M , toMk. AM teanlM.
charm, Finder will be rewarded Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
blood and mucous surfaces of the 1*
by returning same to this oflicc.
system. Send for testimonials,free
Tablets. All druggists refund the
It your ¿reçoit •■Minot suvi'ly tea.
the time is rapidly approaching
1 ice has been been chosen as the
Muti in- ove dól>u »nd nc win
k - m
F. .1. Clu ne) A Co.. Toledo, O.
This paper and The Chicago' money if it fails to cure. E. W.
yi>n a l»>ttto. R-> «cm and t/ne U m « nxn.u
when the government engineers
oi Tuet natrettu.M.re«» orti.«. Ado «*».
Sold by nil Druggist, 7oe.
Weekly Inter Ocean $1.50 for one ¡Grove’s signature is on each box.
AYi’r. CO.. Luwell. *.«».
will be put tu Hie field ’0 examine /.»■MBC. ,1. — C.
States senator from Idaho
Hall’s Family Pills are ih« I m - s L
real. “Special deal” '
E. 0. T. G. CO.