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of a scheme identically the same people, whose open violations are a steads and who desire timber for
¡a» that which Dr. Winnard is now matter of public discussion, escape their own use. No other office
trying to promote. In these cases the notice of officials in the per- than that at The Dalles has yet re-
r < 'B I . I * ] I K D CV E HV 8-1 Tt KIIA Y B T
their duties. This ceiv. d notice and the chances are
THE I i K s o H i ' l l - S ' e i ltU S U lN '. COMPANY. the Department decided that the formance of
pooling of interests, such as is pro- laxity is probably most noticeable that the ruling has been misread,
I;»B, at Bon i, Oro*«*«» «■« posed by the Albany people, was where individuals of high-standing 1 Were it a fact, all the entries made
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m a ’ tor, U ' l d t r A i t u i C o i u r o » »
< f March ■ I, 1»H.
sufficient proof to show that entries or would-be-greatness are .involved, in this section by non-residents
had been made purely for specula- •
‘ 'uch short-sightedness is seldom would be rejected and the land
sritscKirriox hat » :
The stone and
.......................................$109 tive purposes and in the Deschutes noticed where the application of thrown open again.
(No s u barri ptions taken for a shorter term.)
river cases it would be argued that justice reaches to men of less or no timber act has been in effect since
the above plan was conceived be ¡influence, politically or otherwise. 1878 and no such construction has
SATURDAY, SEPT. 2G, 1903.
fore entries were ever made.
It is Organized cliques and factions of been put upon it, although every
not necessary for a person owning different kinds have shielded their phase of it must have been ruled
N O T A G O O D P R O C E E D IN G .
a claim to become a party to a deal members from prosecution at differ upon many times. No one inter
Some «days since we received a of this kind when his resources ent times until it has become ap ested should give himself any wor
communication from one Dr. X. E. enable him to hold it for an in parent that theirs is a power to ry on the subject. There is nothing
Winnard, of Albany, in which he definite period. Furthermore, it is license crime. The American idea in the reading of the net that could
states that a timber pool had been a dangerous proceeding to become
men nr,; created tree at.d bear such a construction.
organized at that place for the pur- a party to n scheme that would he equal. Therefore the construction
Idaho, through her congressional
pose ot raising the value o! timber considered speculative by the In placed on our laws should he ap
has signalized lier in
in the Deschutes valley. Accord- te,;or Department and result in plied to all classes and individuals
ing to tin; letter the doctor is presi jeopardizing an entryman’s rights, alike. Why an official should be tention of fighting the bills to be
exonerated where a direct violation introduced in congress for the re
dent of the so-called organization.
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of lav; occurs is hard for us to peal of three public land acts;
the name of which he does not
Binger Hermann has come out
understand; whether through ignor namely, the Desert Land law, the
mention, it is evidently the do- i
with a letter contradicting
ance or superior wisdom, he should Timber and Stone law and cotri-
sign of this gentleman and some of
statements made by Senator Ful
not be excused. The Federal gov mutaion clause of the homestead
his associates to entangle others in
ton as to the leaks in the Depart
ernment prints an official envelope act. Idaho realizes full well the
a:i enterprise for the benefit of the
ment of the Interior that gave
with the following extract frojn the benefits that have accrued to West
promoters. We suppose that the
scrip artists a chance at ttie public
postal laws on the upper right hand ern states through the operation of
usual membership fees, dues, etc.,
domain. What is the matter with
corner: “ Penalty for private use, these laws and it would he well for
are expected from the members o!
Hermann? Is he afraid that if
If the appending of such her sister states of the northwest to
this association. The letter states
that line of inquiry« were pursued
titles as U. S. Commissioner, Notary join her in the fight. There is no
that buyers are making efforts t o 1
too far it might become personal n
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e . .
Puplic, Fire Insurance Agent, Dis-¡doubt that the acquiring of govern-
buy these claims at prices ranging
Mr. Hermann was
j trict School clerk, etc., etc., W illlment
from $8U0 to $1000, and that the
never one of our heroes. He is abrogate such a law, then we would
through these act* means a fairer
formation of this pool will force the
said to have turned on the lachry
suggest that Bend establish a col distribution of privileges as well as
price up to $2000. This is certain
mal fluid and had a weep when he
lege, empowered to confer these good prices to the government for
ly a most ridiculous argument.
was turned out of the land otlice.
valuable degrees upon all who put- its lands— prices such as no corpor
It is well known that very little
it was abo intimated at the time of
teth up the dough.
ation would have been forced to
buying is being done at present i n
that Roosevelt and
pay had these laws never been en
account of the obscurity of titles
Hitchcock believed that Hermann
Up to the late investigation it acted.
ami that practically no value has
, , ,
. could not lie straight in bed. Lord
was supposed that postal officials
yet b»on established on account ot j.
, . aeon says that a politician must
A son weighing six pounds was
this. 1 he doctor states that prices I.
, were a set of routine slaves. Now
be a mixture ol greatness and
we know that there were a great presented to Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
offered by some buyers are redicu-
meanness. We can not see this
many thinkers in that department. Gile at Prineville last Sunday.
lously low. The figures from his
mixture in Hermann. He seems
letter quoted above indicate that a
to be a good crawler.
substantial advance has lyien made
A report from The Dalles says
in the offerings of buyers, especial
Joseph Chamberlain has resign a ruling has been made by the
ly when it is recalled that com- ed from the position of colonial Land Department which lim its
n o ta sy pcblic .
panics made purchases in the past secretary in the English cabinet, the stone and timber right to per- Office at the Bend .Mercantile Co’a store,
at much lower figures. Powers & Joseph may« give up position and sons who hold adjacent hom e-
Dwyer purchased lands nearly give his entire attention to some
nine years ago and paid not in ex- other line of work hut we believe
T R IP L E T T ,
cess of $3.00 per acre ; the Scanlon- that he will always remember vivid-
Gipson Co. made purchases three ly the day he knocked the chip off
All kinds of «agon work done in first class shape; short notice jobs a specialty.
years ago when the same price was Paul Kruger’s shoulder,
paid ; the Mueller Lumber Co. pur
Couldn’t the Oregon Journal
chased their tract about the same
time for a like figure. Recently the Bend Paul De Laney over to Turkey
Yawkey Lumber Co. purchased a as a war correspondent? De-
tract on Wood river, in Klamath I.aney’s Indian stories are af the
W EST It CO., Props.
county, paying from $8.00 to $10.00 red, red type and hit Turkish re-
All kinds o f fresh and salt meats, poultry, vegetables, butter and eggs
however, that Wood river ti.nhe, We woulj tb<m know the " ,)rBt
constantly on hand.
rune 50 per cent augar pine and
Portland is too giddy a town to W est Building,
that the etutupage is from -TO to GO have such an old man as General j
per cent greater than on Deschutes Williams for a Mayor. The minis-1
river lands. If the doctor’s figures ters are ton pious and the toughs
are correct, timber claim owners m-e too tough and ho can’t take a
L y tle , O regon .
would at present be making about middle course because there isn’t!
75 per cent on their original invest- anT
Just opened up w ith a fresh stock o f groceries,
meat. It is said that Ralph E.
ca n n ed goods, flour etc.
Some persons object to the Eng
Gilchrist, of Alpena, Mich., has
Mo~e stock now oa the way from Portland and Shaniko.
purchased S3,000 scree in North lish form o f government, but who
ern Lake and Klamath counties.
in which vicinity the claims of the ernment where an objectionable
association members are located, ‘’»binet olficer resigns when he can
for a figure much below that which
^ e roo*t
in that way?
the doctor gives us. W i repeat,
The Irrigation Congress will meet
T1IK KISSES SITES B E B>> A M » B A S D I.E . ITopn.
that if such prices as ht names art in Portland in 1905. This is well.
being paid to those who wish to The strain of deep thinking can be
Our stock o f M illin e ry has a rriv ed and w e
sell, that a reasonable profit has somewhat alleviated there by a few
w ill be rea d y to d isp la y fa ll and w in
been made ami that it is an indica
ter hats to the ladies o f this v ic in ity
hours visit to the streets of Cairo.
tion that timber is gradually in
on O ctober 1.
creasing in value.
It is strange that in the adminis-
• a ll sn>l make a .e le c tio n of a fa ll and w in te r hat.
A com plete »lurk of notion» w ill
a rriv e ««on.
The recent cancellation of some tration of the laws of a state or
■480 stone and timber entries in country where cases frequently arise
D ESCH UTES
O RE G O N .
Northern California was tlio result demanding prosecution that some
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A. H. G R A N T ,
BkACKSMITHIIiG AND HORSESHOEING.
City M eat Market
LO W S CASH S T O R E
Jlem York Gash Store.