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OF OREGON'S RESOURCES
linn County Statesman Writes Forceful Letter to Mana-
,5 ger Kicnarason 01 u)mmerciai uiud itumg vvny
" Beaver State Inhabitants Should Sing Its Praises. .
i Oregon' a reaooreM , la ana
thoM of Linn county to pmrtleuUr ar
,tb snbjeet of moat InterMtlnf letter
written by 6na.tor M. A. MlUr. of
Una county, la rwpoiiM to a rqn(it
mad rrcentlr by Tom Richardson, min-
- . . . j- . 1 - i.l..W T. .
senator, from hla lntlmata aoqualntanoa
with hi subject- write moat oonrln
clngly of the auto ana 1U reaourcea.
Hla letter follows:
"Mr. Rlchardsoa of the Oregoa Do
relopment leaaie, urges all eluaena of
Oregon to consider thamaeWea a com
mltt of one, for th purpose of la-
reputation Is safe when he
prepares a cup of Ghirar
delll's Cocoa. ; He may be
sure that its delicious fra-
France will please the most o
exacting guest. With his own
breakfast, also " Y.;
i .!v kaartaka
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dudna lmmlaranta to com to Oregon.
Tbla la a a;ood idea, and on which w
should take advantage of. for wo hare
oumeroua reaaons Vhy wo should invite
outaldera to com to our state.
"Mr. Richardson calls attention to the
fact that rates beginning September-1.
continuing to October il, will be as
"f 2( .from all Missouri river Mints;
ChlcaOi-$J;.New York city, $50.
. Vojmlattom OoalA B BoablaeV .'
"It the people throughout the eastera
states could be made to real la what
great ' opportunities are here In Oregon
our population would double In a short
time All who feel -a deep Interest In
Oregon should avail themselves of the
opportunity to induce cKisens to com
hero and settle. Tell them of the pos
sibilities of the state, calling their at
tention to our splendM climate; point
out the fact 4hat we have no extreme
hot or cold . weather; no cyclones or
bllssards. ... In the Willamette valley
there has not been to exceed three snow
storms.-which stayed on the . ground a
week, for St years. Sunstroke and pros
trations from heat are unknown. People
work outside most or the year rouna.
"Polatlon Is the- need of our state.
Oregon la aa large as the alx New Eng
land states, with West Virginia thrown
in. With a population that does not ex
ceed (00,000, there are aa good oppor
tunities here aa are to be nad In any
State in the union. ' .
"Linn county 1 situated at the head
of the great Willamette valley '"The
Garden Spot of the West" Is larger
than the state of Delaware and half the
aire of Connect Nut: can furnish homes
for 100,000 people and make them pros
perous and happy.
"Lumber Is the fourth In magnitude
among our industries, being outclassed
only by the steel and Iron, the textile
and the slaughtering and meat-nacklng
businesses. In order to supply th enor
mous demand of the lumber industry
for raw material, our forests are falling
at the rate of 4a square miles for each
day of the year. We are cutting down
annually ' more than 100.000,000 trees,
exceeding a foot in diameter.
"These figure point strongly to a
greet advance in the lumber Industry.
Fifty years ago the northwestern states
supplied more . than half of the total
lumber of the country. Now, In New
England, the timber la practically ex
he unfed and they are now looking to
ward the Pacific coast for their future
supply of lumber. It is claimed Oregon,
Washington and California contain one
third of the standing timber of th
United State and is capable of sup
plying the demand for It years. . r
Yat Snaa Inverted. "
It 1 now estimated that 1100.000.000
Is Invested In this single Industry and
100.000 wage-earners are employed an
nually. . . . s
'The value of our timber run Into
th billion. James J. Hill remarked
that one acre of Oregon timber fur
nlehes ISO times as much traffic as 110
acres of wheat.
"perhape this I ons of the many
reasons why the great transportation
companies art building Into our state.
"Coal, iron, copper, ' gold and silver
ere to be found In our mountains.' . We
have jenough water power to run all
th manufactures of New England. We
ralee fruits of all kinds In abundance.
"Professor Kay of Ames college, laws,
snd Professor Farrlngton of Wisconsin,
whe were la Oregon last XaU looking
Into. the dairy. Interest here, both aay
that. In their opinion, th Willamette
valley and Lin A county la th moat fa
vorabl dairy region in th world.' : They
ay cow can, be kept her with less
outlay ' for . feed than In any section
they know of. The land yield more
feed to the acre than in other place.
There I scarcely a month in the year
when green feed cannot b bad from a
well-kept- dairy- farm. ' ' t
"Oregon has a good school system aa
any stat In th Union. She ha a uni
form course of study and the people are
liberal with appropriation for school
. "We have every reason to b proud of
Oregon, and let-every on of as do his
duty toward Inducing mors people to
come and live with us." . . , , . , ;
IT STAKTS T03I0KE0W.
raolfla Ooa Mrifi Co, Take o
sloa of Thia Blr BeparUsaat Store.
.'As announced ' In the.-big advertise
ment of this -issue, the Boston Store
stock, 'sales force, and everything else,
is turned over to the Paclflo Coaat Sal
vage company, which la authorised to
turn the . entire . stock .Into money, . re
gardless of loss entailed. The Paolfle
Dsrld Lion, Sale Manager Pacific
,1 Coast Salvags Company ; ; . i
Coast Salvage company makes Its own
prices. - It Is the one event that makee
all other bargain aalea of the entire
veer aeem small Indeed. The Pacific
Coast Salvage company telle Its own
story In the display ad in thia issue, and
the way It telle It beata anything we
have ever aeen In print. Ten and fifteen
cent good for on cent and one dollar
gooda are advertised lor imeen. twenty
and twenty-five cents. It would be a
mighty good time for all th other
tore to Rtr their clerks a ten-day a'
holiday, for no man, woman or child
would think' of spending a dollar at
another store when th Facltla Coast
NEW YORK OUTFITTING CO.
NEW YORK OUTFITTING CO.
f I :
We are determined to sacrifice every garment of sum
" mer wearing apparel rather than carry a single article
over. To accomplish , our intention we have cut the
prices deeper and deeper. Everything, must go and
, go quick. . ' ' .;
' Ve Offer for Tomorrow
- All our $25.00, $27.50 and $30.00 Ladies' Tailor-Made -
. ' Suits f or "
':5 a &oZm
ALL OTHER GOODS PROPORTIONATELY
CASH OR Suit; yourself about paymg' Dollar
itwtwT for -your ' purchases. Buy ; v Xt '
" G RE-D IT what you like-rpay for it at A W C C lL
ms mm d
Salvage oompeny Is selling the same
thing for fifteen or twenty cents. The
aale Is announced to start tomorrow at
I -a. m., and to continue for thirty days,
unless the stock is sold out before.
Only two days remain! Mall check.
Or send remittances, to general offices.
Park and Burnslde streets, on or befor
August 10 and sav ii cent. Home
Telephone and Telegraph company.
KNIGHTS OF C0LUJJBUS
: AyyOUXCE EXCUESIOX
' ' Portland Knights ' of Coluthbua will
give aa xourlon to . Coo bay by
atesmer. They will be accompanied by
their wlvea, daughters and slaters, and
will b entertained by th business men
of Coos bay and thir wives. Arrange-
ment are being mad In Marahftetd and
North Bend for a rle of entertain
ments, including trip about, th bay. a
amoker forth man and a rctliTnr
fr child wa burned terrlblt
th fac. neck and chest. I ahpllad Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. The pain
ceaaed and the child sank Into a rest
ful sleep." Mr. M. Hanson, Hamburg.