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VOL. V. NO,
OREGON CITY, OREGON. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 190-1.
IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY,
the Best County in the State,
At Low Prices, and on Terms to Suit the Purchasers.
ti ACntt, "t.r Ii '.t llif," f J . . II
plal.k load. Itl'i" lliUc fiiln l'ttKi I ' i t .
Xty rrl. t i -fa el Und. 14 toil
In rulllvallnn. ft tmiii aiuiiipa of f. ka.
11 c r III'H" l.' Vlf " I; t 'li. I'
no fit aUahing. lu ;tt aptUm. I
a. ra y.llow Or ami cedar. Ian- nw
IlilUM. Mot Citlllpl"l.il. -at OH Till.
ai.!.iii:.l IHC fim at 1 1 .000 00, lint It
M AC Ml on tin. h r .4.1 I j Ml II t
Nearly J ' te In tuKltall.aii. fjir bull i
Una. ftna lumber, una mil" fmm
mill, living wain. led on. rtiti-. ni"
llllla bnta-alri. "-0 Ou.
M AC nit, fiur mllr ftom M.iUlU il
licit Nil tuMlit(a I in" alaahrd. jo
lea i .J land. rU niaka g ! home
for Al l" nwt of MOO per
? ACt, Jjlry farm, nit lull. from
Ona-on l'l'. itl"i milre Iium pint
Und M'Jor tad l h pi-: JW
a. t-a In cultivation. mm a ii.ajlr
I rily to bfr-ak. mountain atleam ou Ilia
Im m. a ho.il. chunli nf by. 3 Uillca to
il.rrae tailoiy anil cr.-att.iy II Will h
aim- ult to tal thla farm In CUv katttaa
muni), all llill. tonaljeied. at W0O
pot a ! Vi C4y Irrtiia
0 ACniS f in!!- d-'ifi Oi City,
ciifi I. ..if u.il Und. ratltnali-il to htk"
.... i. w.,.l on i. at WO 00 per
Will Ital.i f..r (My iri.-rt .
Oil AT ATOCK FARM Of H ACUCf.
In the fidinia Mi.rltitwttti-r coilitry, 2
mill a fr.mi II." Mitilnua of tin Oregon
WalT pi.w.r ani Hallway company's
motor lino, wli.ra Ilia !710.(Hj ! trie
.l.ii, I la niw bring constructed HO
in t ultu atl rti, 16 Tea otchafd.
mall tiiwaf. Urge barn 01i. new, two
nillll.ii fi- I "f in timber, endless out
side i.ingi , I I-! mibs t a. hool. alore
III ll.Ut. ll. good tlrlgllU.il hood WO.OO
.rr a- ! Trrtiia ran li rna-lc
U 12 ACHI at l(in. acrra In
. uituii..ii. ci1 driiin and turn, luiil
A N. I. 1 mllr frum Tortlanil. Ilvlnc
.rii a in Ii iiJ. rl- h. i-roniM-toua com
in. mil) li.nJ rraxiiia f-ir .-llln Only
0 00 wr '
ITOCK FARM In foothill. HO ':r-.
tao n.llll.xi f'-t fir nj tedur. mall
ln.ua. auJ barn, two a' n- In cultnatlon.
iit ar f.ral twvf, at only 00 ir
ait. i'-rma ault.
Ortgon City Properties, Gladstone Lots and Acre Tracts, Hood Rtver
Orchards and Berry Lands, Clackamas County Farms, if if if
CROSS and SHAW
Main Street, Oregon Ctty, Or
233 Washington Street, Portland, Or
campaign is over!:;;:,
PHObPECTa GOOD FOR ELECTION OF
SNTIRe REPUBLICAN TICKET.
A Fa Woida Aa To th Candidate R-
publican. Should Maka Majority
A Mot Declilva On.
a tnii Jorliy of the vot t-r J'ifii"-
,nfr iir.'l ror.Kl.il.li-. r-i"' -tlv.ly.
for I'lMiiit No. 4 Th'-- ar- boHi mm-M-ti-lll
to fill li.-" rrRrf-rtlv. otll"- Mr ,
Cll.i tiMvlna- !rr,1- ihtvkI un t-rm j
llll :itlnf:i' lion an J'intl'-i-.
Tim I'-aiilt of llii- t-l.- tlor. iroml- )
ho :i tlriin p for tlie i nlin- li-p'il-!
Ill mi tl' k. t To m.-iki- tlua f-n'ilt a. '-r- j
niliiiy. rvi-rv I'.i i.ilill'iin vot-r anouii go
lo tin- I'oll" itii-1 'l. f-oii a b.illut for th-intln-
tfkil TI.t majority nliooM ! a
iI.i IpK. uti'-. mir It li"' b'-'-n foiirt-'-n ,
.-.UH lti. un i-I-' Uoii alor.K trai!it ;
..iriy llii'-n Im , li'-l'l I" fit" ""iiiiy. .
Hi- aorij in.-) vol... uiiil vot- l.l.t i
SOME PLAIN TRUTHS
vr HERMANN'S OEFAVERS EXCEL.
AT VISCON JTRUIN0 STATUTES.
Even Col. VaaKh V.olataa Hia Proftaaal
05,r Bt Fair Soms
Tin- I;- imlill' .m of Cl.ii kiirnu" ' !
i .,ii . 1 1 1 . 1 Ih.ir bl yi-arly ativan of.
II, : loni.ty nltli it Kiui.-l tally In thin!
rlly Ionium MkM an-1 imotlii-r mi-i-lliilf Mimtlf'ir vr'At
,.t Slilwuwkl.-. In rt. ry .r.-Im t of tl. OP""' """' . ' ". .. 1 .....
MAS BEEN INVESTIGATING
of tli- trio.r a ui.rinin tiling In
i In th avl-lity with whirh mna
tl-..-n..:i v-a on thlr honetjr
inl in, -1 It lit h.iia '-tl li'I'l. ati'l all
iiloi.K tlo- linn tin- H' luibll' un tiotnlio i
limn In, ii mtn th. lutaut aii" tliitt tln-lr
inaiin-r of oiiiluctltiK ttie affulm of the
nniy ),..a l,..ti .tillt -! ..llfn loty to
tli.i Iuik- iriuj-rlly of On- lnX,:iy-r of
ti,n roiinty, who will f'-0 tbat th'-y at
vtiiat ll.i lr b-t liili-raU by voting to
i.Uln tin- tirwu-nt offia-ni in tnur r-
ain ilvi- c Imli a for atiothirr t-rm.
in .nit. of all th. Ix-morrutU: mln-ii-
rvarntatloti that liua b.:n aiirung, notli-
Itif haa Ixon gained by th onpoimion.
Tba Inti-lllt-i-ut votur kwpa Informed aa
to the condition of the county and the
niuan-r In wtil b the county I ouameaa
la b.-ii.K ttiiiiaai ti-'l. and lila opinion can
not b. Influi-ncrd by an eaanif.rated mla-
atni-nit-nt of affalra made purely tor po
litical purpura. The vott-r who taa
taken an Intereat In the count-'a affulni
knowa that the prewnt olflr.ra have
Rufiaaed the county economically and a'
the aatne time KHi-n the taxpayer! of
the county an enllrHy aatlafttctory ad
min!, t ration. Theae offlcera do not aak
the voter to accept their atatemi-nt for
the fael. b"t urge the Int.reatea xa
naver to rail at the court houae and In-
t.Mn...i.. it., r.coida for hlmalf. All
of the nut'-mi run concerning county
With Important FatU.
Hon Max rra-t.t. .-r,raftatlve
liregon ''Ity. ha l'-n out In th N-h-I.
m find rHuni"! by the nay of B.ai'le.
lliK.- tlllK home Bt-!il of p.-;pl- Who
liate filed and expert to prove u;;. All
the prirrifa have to lie panned "t by Mr.
Trai hi. arid a the ruh-a or the o-pari-mi-nt
are very atrb-t. very f.-w of them
III be allowed to make final prooi.
The departmint will limltit that s man
who takra np a homestead muat reside
on It In fa' t. He ran have no other res
idence. The Idea that a man muil go
on hla claim at least once In alx months
is erroneous and the department will not
allow auch proof to be taken. If he
died on a homestead and Uvea In town
and only goes out to hla claim onc In
six montba, to "hold It down," be can
.ii, final uroof. A large number
of people have proved up on homesteads
In the past by perjury, and tne aeparc-m-tit
has given strict orders to the in
spectors to watch all auch persons and
and in.l-i n ! -r. : 'til be .worked nr
yellow newitpapern and by itty and tnJ
of j lm-ritrt pollMnans. In thU r ampalKn till
m-1. !., are et:g .gr'I In this wr,rg ar
bo..s!in over the n ,m!r of "suckera"
they have rauht In three or four pr
rlr.'Di In 'Ti''ir.M county with th
campaign they have concocted
akalrmt Blnger Hermann. This tendency
to believe any evil that la charged against
a man Is mide ue of aa an asset by
politicians In every campaign. Even
mm lik Mr. Veach. who la heraiaea
by his friend as auperlatlvely fair,
could not resist the temptation to mU
quote the law In attempting to maka a,
point and to strengthen his personal At
tack on his oppmerit. Those who wer
present in the armory last Monday even
ing will remember that h ald the law
expressly prohibited register, and re
ceivers of the V. S. Land Office from
pur.hiln government landJ. The
only Inference that any one could draw
from hui atitemer.t was that that wm
.k .n..t wording of the statute, M
all will remember how many time he
rile a complaint against them ! , ', , . how deap-'ately fair he wanted
perjure th.-mse.ve. when they Prove up. Md j. how wor4j
I'eople who tninK tney can .o. e - .
g.-t the nvcessao- witness, a. wm iu
themsejves up against It when tney go
of the statements concerning voomj m.-.,, .... , ' h,.
afftlr. that have be-n made through the to make final proof. The
Knterpr.e are confirmed by the records, a liel of every one o
D0UEUT A. MII.I.KU
ittiiuviiv AT I.aW 'Irt
nt.v.-' -- ------ ;
....... .a I I nm... K
LAnn i iiicmiii'i . t,
i M I ir-c- 111 1 1 V F-
iU K".' f I" H Court of tUe State ,
Lnim j. WrinJiar-l 111.1 71
ajp Ci Home, On-ifon City. OrrK'n
ATTORSKY AT I.AVV
Otcis.t 1 1 jriia t'ltf Fat' ti-n-a
(jtO. c. HKiiWNKI.l..
ATTMKNKY AT I.AW
0n.iinr.lr. - - Orr""
JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF
JStr Air Tigh'
i qf eel
P .4 f .... a,V "
,-3 Kun ir.
If you iif..,l anything in the way of Hardware, Crocy.
.. ' I n .m.i.lif emir wmiln. Call a lid
r; (ilaeH-warti or Kiainie-wini , i i.,i oi t-v " -
r- i.,kt,it mv MttMk.
ragonCitr. - Y ' )f ( oiul lian.l FURNITURE
Wnt . it .11 tti (tmtU of lh i'1. r:i ' - .. .i . ..ii.. kMiini onint
(i .. ... w ... . y t ajl,ll, J IIIU )
,,,r.,,I1eldbuild..,. PAPER f 'he lieKtipi-Hty -0.1 latent Met right prir.
0.w kahtham k, Altention, Here's a Bargain
A noRNKY' AT I.AVV V ro(it,( ,n on j, offereii for
t mIb at a liaritain fur a few iluja.
Unil Title. Kainlned. Abitra. t Ma.le. , y' . . Qptl Ap
i'w-l,, M.,rtKai(es Prawn. Munrj' L , ULrULrtn
... a Clrevnn fiitv.
ike Main oireei,. .B - -
nrr.i a uvil
BinHi-l i regon flty. OitroON t !T.'
l.l ll l,, 0. Bao.!l
1; RKK it jCHUKllKL
Attorneyn at I.nw.
Will nrarilce in all rourts. make collection"
anil ettlamehts of K.tlates.
Furmsli aliatrai-ts it title. IrnJ yu money
and land your money on first morgan-
Office In Enterprlso Building,
Orfiton Clly, Oregon.
In vi. w of these facta, then, there Is no
valid reason why tho entire Republican
ticket at thla time shutild not be re-el.-i
ted. and even by increased majorities
a. an expreosion of appreciation from the
v.iers f.r public service, faithfully und
e sinmlcally pel formed.
he Itepublican leglalative ticket com
m nds Itself to the voters of Clackamas
county. Mr. C. U. Huntley, of Oregon
Or, will have the advantage of having
s.i'v.d one term In the stales legislative
hal'.a. and with the assistance of Frank
Jaxfi-r and J. N. Htarohall. the best In
let est s of the people of Clackamas coun
ty will be well and faithfully represented
at the state legislature next winter. For
Mnt representative from Multnomah and
da, kamaa counties, (J. V. Holcornb, Jr ,
i, I'ortUtid. will be elected, along with
t other membera of the legislative
tkel. He will get the full vote of the
I ul In tula county.
If there was ever a conservative mem
It of the county court, that man Is T.
eVirirrtn ..f Klllln nrrclnct.' He will be
elected Monday to serve another term of
two yeare In the same capadty.
11 W not at all out of plac- here to
in. till. m that the taxpayers of Clack
amas county will for the next two years
receive their tux receipts from Sheriff'
John K. Shaver that Is. of course. If
they pay their taxes. Mr. Shaver haa
made u record for conducting the office
of ehcrlff wllh dispatch and at a mini
mum t-ost-less. If you plea, by several
hundred dollars ner annum than did his
predecessors. He has devised a plan by
which the work of this Important office
has been -stem:itlxed. greatly expe
diting the work of collecting taxes. He
Is the right man In the rltiht place and Is
ttilltlcd to the vote of every inz? In the
county who desires and appreciates see
Ing the business of the county conducted
In the same manner that an Individual
would labor for himself.
The clerical ability of County Clerk
Sleight, which was never doubted, is In
evidence In the records of the clerk's
office, representing the last two years.
There is practically no opposition to Mr.
Sleight, us there should not be. and he
II be elected by a flattering vote.
Shaking about popular and deserving
officer, the Knlerprixe would also nu-n-
lion Hecotder Henry Stevens, nenry s
aciiuiilntance Is extensive and his ma- j
jorltv next Monday will probably sur
........ u,e i.l.enonienal vote he received
.ml hi. Ions- they nave ceeo on
th. ir claims, and w 111 reject every appli
cation unless the applicant actually re
sides on the claim. Astoria Herald.
C. W. GANONG IS DEAD.
Leadlnj. Repreentatlve Pioneer Citi
zen Patted Away Sunday.
e..v ur..r and receiver u'i nwi er-
the law at all. as any or.e can aee by
examining It in Sec. HI of the Revlaed
Statutes, which reads aa follows: "The
officers, clerks and employee In the Gen
et al Land Office are prohibited from di
rectlv or indirectly purchasing or be
coming Interested In the purchase of any
of the public land." How many of theae
politicians who are now snapping at the
heels of Binger Hermann would, in read
ing that law. aay that In saying "officer,
clerks and employes In the General Land
i Office " It meant -officers, clerk and em
ployes in the LV S. District Land Office
. r....v.r.r. Tn.! office Lawyer and
the public generally in apeaWiH the
-General Land Office," refor to the de
partment at Washington, and not to
any district land offlce like at re"
g,.n City or Roseurg. and for 2S year
after Binger Hermann exerciseo. me nim
r-k.ri. . Went worth Ganong. a highly
respected pioneer citizen of this commu
nity, died at hi home near Canemah at
. ... ,.-..i.jl- s.m.lav afternoon. May -9.
The health of Mr. Ganong had been tan- ,
Ing for a number of weeks, and for seve
ral davs prior to III aecease n e ttftcr Binger nrmunn - -
parent to himself and hla many inenoa that any American cmaeu.
that he had not long to remain In the I ,herwae. ought to have of going into
- ui.l t. v,aA ... i..nr he.n ! - , and buvlng certain
community oi which .. - . ine opu . . v j
an honored member. On the Friday , g.emment grazing lands that had been
morning before hi death. Mr. Ganong. I opvn t0 purchase for year, and that
in the rursuit of his duties about hisere not fit for ettiement. no one ever
beautiful home on the banks of the mf) to have suspected that the re-
W illiimette. went to the barn, aecom- ceW ot aRy district lan'j omce w.
panled by his faithful Wile, to per.'...
the chores. While there, he suffered an
attack of cerebral apoplexy, and was
tak.-n to the house In an unconscious
condition, and from which he never re
. .... -1,-rir nr emDlove" In the "Gen-
era! Land Office." In June. 109. or U
sear after Finger Hermann made nia
purchase, it was decided to Include the
. nii.. nnd emDlove" of any or
I the branches of the public service under
Attorney at Law.
Justice ul the !Va-
Jsgger Klilg., Oregon Ci'y
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IH practice In allthecourU f the ttaie. 01
c, lu CuBold buildiui.
COCNSF.IX)RH AT LA T
ain aiHKkr oano in ii j
FurnUh Abstract of Title. Loan Money.
Foreclose Mortgage, and transact
General Law Bualoea.
Unmsttick House & ltcstaurant
Newly Furnished Rooms.
Meals at All Hours. Prices Reasonable
Opposite Suspension Bridge.
in.ly First C1ak Rostaurant
was born December X 1S3T. He crossed
the plains from Missouri to California in
13. and came to Oregon in i.-. "
llacon Allen, daughter of Dr. Wm. P..
Allen, a native of Kentucky, who came
to Oregon in ISoO. He Is survived by
a wife und four children, as follows:
Joseph Wetitworth Ganong. of Portland:
Richard Clark Ganong. Mrs. Annie Ellen
Howard and Mrs. Matilda Ganong Mil
ler, of Oregon City.
Mr. Ganong was a man of unquestioned
honesty, and whose word was the equiv
alent of a government bond. At all
times charitable, his generosity was fre
quently imposed upon. In politics, he
a alwavs a Democrat. In season and
out of season, on the theory that good
government was only expected to come
from the Democratic party. He was the
candidate of his party for sheriff In
10 and although at that time the
eountv was Republican by vm. he came
within IT votes of being elected, ai me
-i ...e, xte cuioiia- was
l""" "" ' . , , ,. .i,.c.., I tnieeeeuniK t-if"""
two years ago when he headed the in. i- o ,hat 0u.e by the narrow mar.
While he has. perhaps, been the most f . g jnar.j the duties
cussed" man In Clackamas county lor I . fiJom. tl) ni3 consti-
t.l .... I. IH.M Will . M.
lime oi in. . -
, t.,.- nevertheless o.Mfortiied the
wark .if that office with greater fidelity
to his constituents and with credit to
himself than did any other man hi the
same office In this coumy.
has had no favorites. He has assessed
the property of the county n.o.u.i.....
ell and at something near us "
He is thoroughly quaiinea ioi
-.mi... ... I,, nsis orovcn i-.'inr
- ill l,e re-elected by a good j
(111 11 T "
ivered. I the branches oi u.o w""- -
m. ,:..nnn-. or Billy Ganong. as he',., -ontrol of the commissioner ot tne
was w idely known, bad a large acquaint- , ni Land Office, and In September
ance throughout the state. He was a I ,hlt year. evidently In view or tne
. - p.,n.,n where he I .... ...... ...v,i had ever supposed tnai
native oi loromo, - , laci nui - .
Tv.e,,w "K 1S3T. He crossed referred to any one outside oi
Ijind Office' at j"o
Oreeon Washington State Fair Victories
On Barred Plymouth Rocks
Urfgon Mate alr 10S
M-toa CckW HirJ, 6 in Competition
1st ou ....Hen. lo lo Competition
,., t FnlleU. . . .40 in Competition
ind Cockerel II in Competttlot.
t in Amrrtc.t Cla
, Have ... I - f -"'" ? JSZV
yeara. atocw .-
Waihlnitlo Slate I'ulr 102
We only sent 3 pullets. I hen and I
Cock ami won on every entry but one
besides specials, incluilinK best pen in
the show. Priieswon 1st Cock. 1st
lien: lt and ami Pullet; 1st pen.
Exhibition Stock a specially Some
. ..1. r.,i 1.1.1111
mTmOvT& "SON. Oj-egcCUgojI
a nnrt credit to himself.
For more than thirty years the de
ceased was a member, of the Masonic
fraterniiv. and It was under the auspices
of that order that the funeral services
were conducted al St. Paul Episcopal
church Tuesday afternoon. May 31. The
Immense concourse of friends that at
tended the funeral services attested the
appreciation of the worth of the de
ceased. Mrs. Ganong. wno was uoou.,
bereaved within a week by death of hus
band and brother, has the sympathy of
.. . .i..- in her bereavement,
. . . ...i)i.r
was iniiniiioi." ,i, eommunltv in ner orirmtmi.,., T orree at . .
treaaurvr qualltted. .till It ' nav. uU) ,he other surviving relatives. ,ng out of a patent is purely a J'e"""
nini to the very s.ttistitctor, , . ,..,k ,here appears no ----- -
Istratlon of the Office 01 county
urer that Enos Sahlll has only nominal
opposition. When the vote, are counteu
Monday evening. It will be found thayt
Typographical 'eITors are often so
fearfullv and wonderfuly made as to
arouse suspicion. Thus there was con-
in th. office of the Chicago
TnC,eof",he'flcero ?,hV w tor Alm ri' recently, and all the excuse.
ro;n:r0,,erhm TSZy will be and loud averatlon. on th of the
IMVUI -axv.. .
' Ah nnva'
In bag black type on tne
The Interests of the schools of Clack-
,r. never better served
amas tuiiiuj r... ,
.i... w. been during the term or
School Superintendent Zlner. who Is a
candidate for re-election on f--llcan
ticket. Mr. Zinser has taken sin
cere Interest In the growth and the pro
gress of the work of the schools of the
county, in fact he h done more to
promote the efficiency and advance the
Llandard of the schools of Clackamas
county than was ever before accom
plished. He is the proper man for the
place and every voter having the sincere
ntceet of the schools of the county at
heart will make no mistake In vot ng
for J. C. Zinser, whose number on the
official ballot Is Co
John W. M.-ldn.m. the pioneer sur
veyor, will be elected to -
Rands and Coroner R. L. Holman will be j
'elcttcJ tO Succeed llllliseil.
Livy Stipp and H. W. Tretubatli will j
MICHAEL FARLEY DEAD FROM
Congressman Livingston, of Georgia,
expresses amaicment at the cold-blooded
way In which Republican consider pub
lic questions. "They seem to regard
every conceivable subject from a party
standpoint.1 says Mr. Livingston. "Re
e . trv thev teu about a
minus me e.-.,
New York drummer who died suddenly in
an Atlanta hotel. The coroner tele
graphed to his firm, saying: 'Tour repre
sentative died here today. I await your
instructions.' In a few hours this an
swer came back: "Search his pocket for
orders. Express his samples to New
York. Give the body to a meuicai cot-
. TV. nortmf'nt Isaued short cir-
cular explaining that the law had been
eiven a broader application. If anybody
had so understood the law before, what
was the need of such a circular? It took
the secretary of the Interior nearly 8
years to find that out. for the law wa
passed early In the century. Your read
ers can find this decision and -circular La
Vol. U of U. S. Land Decisions. It took
the campaign liars of this district 3
vears to manufacture the charge that it
wa, because of his purchase of this Und
that Binger Hermann was removed from
office in 1872. although Hermann has
been a candidate for congress a hair
dozen times, and although every man
familiar with the early politic, of this
state know he was removed ust as
was Wilson Bowlby. collector o! In .ternal
revenue, and Alanson Hinman. coJector
of customs, and L. H. Wakefield, post-
master at Portland, because ot tne.r
tivltv In urging the candidacy of Hon,
H W. Corbett for the U. S. senate.
Another statement, made by Jrf.
Veatch and the Portland Journal wa.
made to convey the Impression that cer
tain entries which it Is charged are
-.. nt to oatent within
three days after they were approved
the local office at Koseourg. . . -that
these entiles, upon which Mr
y'l-h himself stated in his -speech at
Jhe armory the proofs were the . best he
ever saw. were not patented
nve months after they were sent to
Washington. It is true however. g
they were patented 13 Jays after being
proved bP the officlaU . 'Genera.
Ind Office at -
lng. r. no aood reason why
after the proors are tuwj ee
pretended frauds were not discovered un
til years afterward.
The Portland Journal, charge that
Hermann approved entrie that were
known to be fraudulent Is proven false
I? analysis of th.
bears on it face it own refutation
The malignity of the .uggestlon that
Benson-Hyde frauds 1 .hown in 1 the fact
that he was the first man to protest
against their fraudulent entrie.
A, to the charge that he was removed
from the commlssionership for dUhonest
practice, not one of his malignera dare
to oer a particle of evidence. Secre
,0 Hitrered with him on
lines of policy, particularly upon thj
question of further increasing the area of
our forest reserves. Hitchcock Is a man
who,e absolute Integrity. In our Judg
ment, cannot be Questioned, bat h. U
J,y most people regaru - -
radical and impractical tu.
no conception of western needs or west
ern conditions, and who has constantly
been at loggerheads not only with the
S..bjcr:t-s Jar the Enterprise.
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