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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1903)
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t(,d “ y vou can buy three «hares for power over legislatures, the grant-
that amount. When one remem- ing of free passes to legislators has
bers the large capitalization of both b-en the most powerful. The other
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PKSciii rKs H U U S I U N U c o m p a n y . j these corporations it can be better day a notary public in N e w \ o r k
— :r understood
how many millions was found guilty of accepting a
shipment and the herd will be held
I near Silver Lake until something
more definite is learned regarding
the amount of hay and the price of
it. I f the feed can be had at
eral land ollice is chosen as \indi-
cator. He says the homsst entry-
men need hat's no real cause for
, • i
n f h i m
a l a r m , wmen is \ery go
considering what hus happened in
•er wVu5r^i*i>K*m*\*terWilderraci'of'iuusr*«» ^aVtt been lost in the shrinkage, pass, which as a public ollicer he reasonable prices the stock will be the very recent past. So long as
oí .VI»rcli :tiM, 1 ' ju . i .
The banks are now afraid of these was prohibited from doing.
This held and wintered there. I f not, it the honest entryman ¡»content with
stocks and are throwing them out is rather severe but the result of will be driven further south. This homesteading a piece of worthless
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as collateral and many loans are issuing free passes to legislators, plan of wintering was made neces- desert land and’ promises to htar\e
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(Nu •ubiM'rlptiotu taken (or a shorter tarín.)
being called. As a result holders assessors and other public officials sary on account of the shortage of on it in the fruitless endeavor to
of industral stocks have been com- has wrought a gigantic evil which hay in the vicinity of Silver creek, live on one-third oi a crop ot rye,
S A T U R D A Y , OCT. 24, 1003.
pelled to realize on other gilt-edge must be cured. Every state should Harney county.
As the entire: with jackrabbits as an occasional
stocks and the free selling of the have an anti-pass law.
Railroads crop is held by stockmen, none can dessert, he is a gentleman and is
The would-be moralist, who is latter lias caused a slump all along do not give railroad passes for be purchased at any price.— John treated as such, and.cau have all of
Uncle Sam’s domain he wants up
always plucking motes out of his the line. Meat prices are also on nothing and there is littla differ- Day News
But so soon as he
neighbors’ eyes, is the most useless the decline and this will react on ence between accepting a pass and
and wants to
and amusing creature that a com- the price of corn and other grains, accepting a plain money bribe,
The editors of Oregon should at- exchange his cheap gold lor li>0
munity can possess, li e imagines | The doubtful conditions have caus-
the coming meeting of the acres ol Uncle Sam’s valuable tini-
thai lie is gifted with a higher d e -! ed a lull in building lines and lum-
gree of moral feelings than the her prices have been somewhat America’s victory on the Alaskan press association at Salem, on Oc~ ber l»*'d the government becomes
yet very little effect1
C oiuujuii herd and is afraid to let lowered. __
........ boundary question with very bad tober 22, 23, 24, ami meet each [very conservative and suspicious
this great gift deteriorate by lack of has been felt by the country at grace. She thinks that England other face to face. I f there are a,)d intimates, very gently, that
use. Consequently he
searches large and should the slump check threw her down to win American any duels to be fought, there is the timber is sacred ; that corporations
about for opportunities to chide the the reckless speculation which has favor. The fact seems to be that place to fight them and not in the and companies are inhibited from
wicked. Any “ awld wife’s” tale is been going on for some years and England felt that Canada’s claim editorial columns, which belong to gaining possession ot it in any
■uflicient to set him in eruption, promote economy in all lines it will was the least bit ridiculous and she the patrons of papers, and must be manner; that its water supply
and as a rerull he doesn’ t last very do infinitely more good than harm, welcomed any chance to get out of used in pushing the interests of the. U1U81 Dti
protected, etc., etc., etc.
in. the various
He becomes a
this over so
knight errant who u compelled to
President Roosevelt made an ad-
wander forth again and again. I f dress on the battle field of Antietam
1 he Grand lodge K. ot P. met on Oregon, where the greatest develop- come to actually believe it them
his bossiness is not kindly received aItd never once mentioned the name
there is trouble. Dramatically he of the general who won a victory j Oct. 13. Tlie official report shows ment o f the state in future is to selves ! Tlie inspectors never hear
of scrippeis ; nor ha* Commissioner
calls all the gods and
the just there.
General George B. M o d e l- j
a gratifing increase of membership take place— E. O.
Richards of the general land ollice,
heavens to witness that virtue lias Ian once commanded on that same during the year just past. There
if hie "explanations” are under
been spat upon ami that
wicked- field when death was holding high j
are <3 subordinate lodges having a
ness has prospered, lie
believes carnival. The Army of the Poto-,
membership of 519G, a net gain Antelope
was visited Monday
y stood. Such thing as scrip doesn’t
that anv man he hates ought to he mac had previously Deen lead by "4-). I he order has expended for evening by the dramatic event of 1 fxist in the lofty, intellect of Cora-
haled bv all the world, and lus Meade, Hooker ami Burnside and relief about $lo,000 and ali-o raised Ihe year when the Bijou Concert missiouer Richards of the general
friends, when lie lias uny, are the bad suffered crushing defeats.
At $3231.00 for relief of the sufferers Company, composed of a man and i laud .office, and. section after sec-
only persons worth
noticing. You Antietam, the mun who had made from the Heppner flood.
The h boy, put on their production. lion of the very beet timber lands
can’t cure such
an individual. j
army was in command and j Grand lodge has $446(>.l2 cast...... Th- best, we nan say for them is in the state continues to disappear
His mind lacks capacity for wider won as he always did. McClellan’s hand. The Uniform Rank has 13 tnat tb-v were barnstormers of the through the medium of scrip and
ideas. He is like the little man methods were slow but masterfully companies with an aggregate of *everei»t type. We do not fear the pass into the hands of sure thing
to whom the doctor prescribed a «ure. Stay-at-home war criticsdis- about 400 men; two companies; dire predicament of the Portland i speculators wliware getting their
quart of medicine.
‘ ‘ But, doctor,” liked him and their criticisms have having bean organised within the Journal in making
this criticism, lands at a nominal figure. And
he squeaked, “ I only hold a pint.” ,,atl
effect upon the minds of- ) ' « ar- 'lh e Rathbone Sisters have i t was a warm number. It was so , during all this time the virtuously
some people than the victories he also just closed a very successful great a sell that no one thought o f ! indignant Commissioner Richards
Theie is an old »Scotch saying won.
year, but at present writing we are asking for
back;' ° f the general land office is do-
unable to give the figures. Some — Herald.
¡tug what he can to explain how it
Hie Oregonian ridicules G o /. | change of the Grand Constalation
I happens- he ia against lettir.g the
“ When tlie devil \va< Mck
The drfV'l u monk would he,
Chamberlain for making a trip to Qf the K. of P. were considered
The Burning issue.
I speculators gobble up the precious
When the devtl wits well
\\ ashington for the purpose of de- chiefly in regard to representation.
The tleVll a monk Mas lie.”
What the powers will do about; timber. Oy the efficacy ot soft
T ’ .is saying well applies to the tending the rights of the Warner
labor world of the last ten years. settlers. There is not a decent
In 1S1I3 many a woiker vowed that citizen in Oregon, irrespective e f
partv, who did not wish the gOV-
if good times ever returned he 1
would lay by sufficient to save him eruor God speed and good luck on
from want in case of any futaru bis most creditable mission. The
panic, yet were a panic to occur The Warner settlers can say to the
today what n mass of people would Oregonian what the frog in the
be without the necessaries of life h‘ Mu said to the boy who was
within a month! Many farmers j throwing stones at him.
I t s fun
w ho were nearly bankrupt in 1893 ,or -vou< but its death tor me.
are now opulent; many business | r ^
The Oregonian ought to print
men who sulterud then are now be- j
some of its issues on blue paper.
yond the danger of want ; but the
In a late issue it discussed gravely
workers, who earn their money the
the advisability of exterminating
hardest of all, seem to have ap
idiots and chronic insane. In the
preciated it the least, and have
same issue it discussed the ques
been poor stewards to themselves.
tion of putting a health qualitiea-
’l'lie Oregonian’s fnrest reserve11' ” " 0" m,‘ rrlag'‘- The cattle edi
articles are apparently nothing tor of that paper ought not to be
moie than n covert attack on Con- allowed to wi ite un sociological
gressman Williamson. Well, it’» t*1
too bud that the Scott-Moody com- j *
mi-nt appl ilv v admirably to
bine is forced to indulge in this ™ttle, sometimes fail when applied
soit of thing. It is poor judgment, to the huuiun race
bul is probably better than nojudj-
ment at all. The republicans of
this district elected Mr. William-
son and will see that he has a fair
« » i to
nnu i open
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llia t lie is on the right side ot the
forest reoerve question passes with
IMnchot, the forestry man, lectur-
6,1 ° " for,*Bl r" erT*'‘ in 0 re « on and
Washington. He probably knows
now that there is a feeling * that
forest reserves are not regarded as
an unmixed good. Senator Foster,
of Washington, and Fulton, of this
state, each took issue with his
Senator I’ latt of New York, the
4 Me-too 1 Matt and hasy-boss ofi
, . .
. . .
A vsar or so ago nothing could
history, has jilted a bachelor girl ’ .
i be done iu financial matters with-
for a widow.
1 he bachelor girl is
. out the aid ot J. 1\ Morgan, l o -
not of the "easv-boss
stvle and ,
day Morgan s support of anv under-
■he is after the anoient Romeo for . . .
. . .
t taking is not a sure card to sue-
introducing a political trick into ■ ’
eess ; in fact, he seems to be a de-
l«v e affair. Now if Mark Hanna
poeed financial king.
was a widower wouldn't his picture
he in lots of albums!
A war between Japan and Rus
sia would have a brightening effect
Two years ago
Amalgamated •n Pacific coast commerce and
Copper stock sold at $1
a would create a boom in the market
•hare, a year ago it sold at flló.tW for bor, „ catll. , nd <h
I»er share, t.xlay you can buy a
share fur f o i . Last year U. S
i f f all the evils that have helped
steel sun k *oid al f i i .00 j«er -liai», to gi»c
The subject of district conventions Russia’s occupation of Manchuria, j soap!— Prineville Review.
was also coo; rented on very favor- 1 or about the Turks and Bulgarians ,
ably by Grand Chanceler Malaney. doesn’t matter so much just n o » . '
Gaorg» Ited » Birthday.
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What the powers who control- the
George Glume, on receiving the •
of his $20,000 leg-
Screws Put On U. S. Commissioners. |
aboui. beef is the question that'l aoy on ¡Saturday became excited
United ¡States commissioners nnd
needs solving.— Burns News.
and rang the fir» bell, as he said,
county clerks have been notified
of his excess of high spirits over
u .. a
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by Assistant r Commissioner
Gorman's Excessive Modesty.
his good fortune. He was promptly
of the general land ollice that here
Modesty prevents Senator Gor- arrested and the recorder, out of his
after no filings or affidavits affect
man from naming his choice for store of good nature, genially fined
ing lands in Lake county or Klam
the democratic presidential ivoinii- the offender in the sum of $2o and
ath county may be taken by such
nation, (trass \ alley Journal.
costs. ($12). This fine was cheer
officials iu Crook county. The or
fully paid, and George, still in high
der seems to affect only the Lake-
Mr. Richards Explains.
j spirits, took Monday’s stage for his
view district seriously in this state.
Commissioner Richards of tthe future home in California.— Prine-
Crook county officers may take fil
general land office is busy explain- ville Review,
ings or proofs only on those lands
ing again. The policy of Secretary !
in the Lakeview district which are
Hitchcock requires vindication, and I A Baptist Sunday school is be-
in Crook county. This is old news,
Commissioner Richards of the gen-: ing organized at this place.
hat some of the newspapers seem
to have just heard of it. The or
der was first issued in August.—
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PRINEV1LLE-S1LVER LAKE STAGE LINE.
B * K V.t aiW VE RT , PBOf.
W hat Throe Beers a Day W ill Buy.
Carries U. S. Mail, express and passengers through in two.days
A man who haa had time to
you through the pictierhsque Deschutes Valley and the' greiik
yellow pine timber belt.
figure it out has made the state-1
KXPKKSS AND PAS.HE.Vft.KKS WAYIIM.I.KO AT HKSCIICTES POSTOKKIC*.
ment that three beers a day for
a year would bring into your home:
OSCAR HYDE, Prineville
One barrel of Hour, fifty pounds of
sugar, twelve pounds of corn starch,
t r i p l b t t
ten pounds of macaroni, ten quarts
of Deans, four twelve pound hams,
one huahel of sweet potatoes, ten
All kind* of wagon work done in first-class shape; short notice jobs a specialty.
pounds of raisius, ten pounds of
O p p o s ite »c h o o lh o u s e ,
rice, twenty pounds of crackers, \
one hundred bars of soap, three
twenty-pound turkeys, five quarts
of cranberries, ten bunches of
celery, ten pounds of prunes, four
W E ST 4 CO., P rop s.
dozen oranges and twenty-five
All kinds of fresh and salt meats, poultry, vegetables, butter and eggs
good beefsteaks.— Mitchell News.
constantly on hand.
BliAGKSW ITHING flJiD HORSESHOEING.
City Meat Market
8hort o f Hay in Harney.
W e s t Building,
A report comes from Silver Lake
telling of the ecarcity of hay in the
Harney country. The fact of the
shortage wae made known by a
shipment of cattle made by the
Johneon Bros, a n d Dell Diddle Just
from Silver ervek u> that plat** ■
Bend, O r e g o n .
LO W S CASH STO R E
Th-re were ab.tui K*>0 head in the,
L y tle , Oregon.
opened up with a fresh stock of groceries,
C ftn n e d
Mo*e s'oek now
the w a y fr
flo u r
Portland a n d Shaniko