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negation of California; it has in
The Oregonian on Monday pub.
No more Lilliputian forests of
the Columbia Liver and Puget fished a lengthy news article sagebrush have been taken under
two important bases for from its Washington correspondent . the protection of the government
i m i » l i m H V1 KY R A T T R I U V BY
T II K DESCHUTES KUKL18HINO COM PANY. military arid naval operations ; far on the probable change in the pub- [since our last issue.
The forest re-
from being inhospitable to the fic land laws that will be enacted serve business is at a stand-still.
Sntered May 31»t, 190CA, nt Ben<l, Oregon, **
»trillili ria»* matter, under Act o ( em igres» honest farmer of the Atlantic sea- 1 during the next session of Congress.
of March 3rd, 1903.
board, or the Chio \ alley, it has Among other things it stated that I D. J. Brewer, associate justice o f
farms Secretary Hitchcock had made the (the supremo court, advises the
P er > i « r
(N o iubscriptlon» tukeii for a shorter term.)
000. miraculous discovery that the tim- abolition of criminal appeals as a
Alaska was denounced as a barren her lands of our state were worth
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1903. waste, that would never add one $400.00 per acre instaad of $4.00 I ¡g likely to produce as much in-
dollar to our wealth, or
furnish ; for which they have been selling, [justice as the disease,
homes to our people, 5 et in less | We wonder whether the writer ever
'»ho Groat Weat and the Two Easts.
than forty years Alaska has sup- | bought any government land that | The Bend correspondent of The
A resounding chorus of gratula-
pi usd g o l d i s h , and
furs worth ho knows its price so well. We I Dalles Chronicle, in that paper’s
tions will her;.Id to the world with
: 159,000,000, and has paid revenue wonder again whether the honor. I issue of Aug. 15th, very knowingly
in the next two years the first cen
to the government exceeding by able secretary has an idea that informs his readers that no serious
tennial of two events upon which
$1,500,000 the price Russia got for Oregon is one vast forest of ebony I effects will be felt in this vicinity
the history of the Great West is
it in 1867 ; and a^t no distant day tfr lignum vital. Then again
i.- |following the late withdrawal of
found'd— the purhease of Louis
Hawaii and the Philippines will possible that this is onl
u jipe public lands from market.
iana and the expedition of Lewis
justify American occupation by I dream
penci pusher. I should he given credit for his
and Clark to the mouth of the
as tellifig as those here Whatever the case may be, we are I thorough understanding of the sit-
Louisiana, Oregon, willing to bet an gcre of this $4001 nation. We would suggest, how-
student (.f history at t!
tin e Saint !’rest‘nte<*
land to a single thought from his lover, that he consult some school
Louis World’s Fair in 19U4 pause
brain, that tho Oregonian Joy for further inf ° rotation on tli8
in admiration of the political fore-
prevailed in cur national councils made a mistake and gent its fish subject.
eight of Jefferson, or join in the
Kcucrul accluim of th . heroism of * ‘ ' be bT , T ' g °f !bo ' I ' P ' 1™ " " ' ««“ »r instead ol a nosey n e i-sge f
century ; if the presidential chair ter to the National capital to oh*
Secretary of War Root, who is
had been occupied by another than tain these valuable facts.
to be about to resign from
the broad statesman who sav/ be
the cabinet, has introduced into
For several years past labor I the U; S’ Arm? a 8^8tem of in*
Rockies to the Pacific, and over
dono considerable stri,ct,*on that bids fair to bo per-
the Pacific to the cradle of the
world, we should now have an in- good. They have held the sympa- manent and is certainIy of great
past, and continuing down to the t(),era^le Bituation
of affairs in | thy of the people and defended the value' A11 officers at Army posts
present, have brought the Aryan
»North America. Had we refused rights of their members. There | are formed lnto cla8se3 for instruc
race fuce to face on the opposite j
Louisiana from Napoleon, what is are features of these unions, how tion in gunnery and in various
shores of th« great western ocean,
now the United States would b e,ever» which will one day bring subjects pertaining to war. The
and the world finds itself confront
partitioned, geographically, about them into direct conflict with the I odicers act as instructors and the
ed with that condition which W il
follows: East of the Mississip- American public and render their result has been a great benefit to
liam H. Seward predicted,
pi would he the
Republic of the usefulness a thing of the past. the Army* Heretofore Array offi-
addressing himself to the com
United States of America of 1783, Some, if not all of the unions, bar Cerfl have Ioafed about Arm-V Post3
merce, politics, thought, and activi
with England in Canada on the from their ranks members of the and became rusty and lazy,
ties of Europe, he
said they “ tyill
north, and Spain in Florida and state militia. »Some of them go so
importance, i e . ' V
A , . e .» •
T ■ ! fir
». »• „
The effect of the recent with-
while the Pacific, its shores, its is-
into :n processiowe in which a militia I drawal of timber and desert lands
lands, and the vast
be- , , , , , , ,
England s hands as a result of the j company takes part. 1 hey should from entry is already being felt in
vo.id, will become the chief theater . . . .
1 Napoleonic wars, and so, perhaps, get over their antipathy to the boys this community. Business at the
ot events in the world s great here- '
; Oregon, either by reason of a iuv- in blue. It is bad taste and comes hotels, stores and stables has drop-
after.” The East that Columbus
j oruble interpretation of the N’ ootka 8,1 neur being treasonous that it ped off materially and a numbsr of
sailed westward from Spain to dis
convention, or Vancouver’s discov- can be safely avoided by any cit- [people have left town while others
cover will ever be the world’s East;
eries. Mexico, ns the successor o f ! Izen- I he barber’s union of Port- are preparing to leave.
I f the
the West, “ the remote shores that
Spain, would own Texas and a1 ,!»nd sometime ago ordered a ll' withdrawal of these lands should
Drake had once called
the remainder of the west south of razor grinding and honing shops stand for an indefinite period it
name of New Albion,” will he the
the forty-second parallel and not to rai8e the price of honing razors can be expected that Bend will
East of the World’s Great1 East,
included in Louisiana.
to fi I tv cents. 1 his was supposed lapse into a state of unconscious-
and the West, only in its geograph
The beginnings of the West date
bean endeavor to prevent indi- ness such as it enjoyed before the
ical relation to the Atlantic sea
from 185o- As early as 1840 there viduals irom shaving themselves, advent of the timber seeker.
board of our own country.
were nine hundred thousand peo- ibis is only a type of the little in-
The West has
fulfilled every ple along the western shore of the tarlerences with individual rights
promise of its value to th * Union Mississippi in
Iowa, that is creeping into the unions
made by its champions when its j Louisiana and
Missouri. These aru^ rendering them tyranous.
I have for sale cheap, a few
cause was hi fore tin* people of the
states were long on the bring line
hull calves. For further
new Republic; it has refuted every ...
, , .
ol American civilization, and their
call at my ranch on
prediction of dire effect made by
to do Bear Creek, or address me at
opponents of its ac
' ing, or by outfitting ox-train mer- some hard thinking. This is like-
— 1 «
When the purchase of i«oui8iann »
cbaudise caravans for ¡>ante he ly to increase the sale nf
J. A. R a y l .
8 lue 8a,e ot headache
was un dor consideration, the fear
and Chihuahua, or by outfitting remedies,
, . ..
. . . .
. . ftni* trading with
would move to that region
i en route to Oregon,
or gold seek
> ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ « m m «
scarcely ever feel the
ravs of the
ers (locking to California. With
the upbuilding of the country and
tions would ho alienated
the spread of knowlege of its cap
abilities, the title of “ Great Amer-
would become extinct. The gen-
iean Desert” has been swept away,
erous response ot men and money
, . ...
, and the colored maps that ulus-
made by Missouri, Kansas,
and I. .
, ,T .
truto the hooks of tlio twelfth cen- ♦
lowa, when the Union was in the
sus. regard the white portion as
throes of a struggle for its preser
“ unsettled area.” This includes a
vation, attests the loyalty
considerable area in every state
\t e are now in a position to make purchases of from ^0,000
Louisiana ngion. A
and territory west of the ninety-
to 50,CKX) acres of well-timbered yellow and sug«r pine tands
senator asked, In IM3, what good ,
ninth degree of longitude. East of
in both Urge and small tracts. I f you are looking for a buy ♦
was Oregon for
that line the only white portion is
% er and want the highest market price, it will pay you to call ♦
a;;u said lie would not give
in southeastern Florida.— Harry
us. List your lands with us and allow us to examine
a pinch of snuff for the whole ter
E. Reed in The Quarterly of the
them and make you an offer.
let the Oregon t ountrv ..
• Oregon Historical
has given the Union three
eign states, and part of its territory
GEORGE SCHLECHT .tr COMPANY,
lias been taken to
form two other
our first explorers at Portland, in
1905, the fuet that will most im
press him is
lines have been
there is no West. Migrations hav
ing their origin in the dim, remote
I , |\ » . . 1 I i
/ . a M . » i t . « ■ -,
W . » » » » a
I. . .
T im b e r
Do You Want to Sell Yours?
states ; its occupation by
Road T iik E cho for all the local
cans was a direct cause of the an- news.
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