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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1904)
from Colorado. That state
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n9t tima euit
have p 0*1^
<een ïo di rn
tioi>s il- in w*
th. tainly in great turmoil.
prm.iMiiBD xvcMY » ah KiiAY by
DKHCHI’ TKH » 'B L U H I N U COMPANY.
1\ HOWAN, EDITOR.
Entered May 31st, 1903, at Bend, Oregon, as
second class matter, under A d of Congress
o f March 3rd, 1903.
KC liM Kll'TJON HATES :
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S A T U R D A Y , A l ’ R. 1(1, 1904.
OUR T IC K E T .
C. S aji S m i t h .
For County Clerk,
J. J. S m it h .
M. R. B iggs .
J o h n D. L a k o l e e t t .
For School Superintendent,
C. B. D inw ipoie .
J. II. C hooks .
E. T. Sl.AYTON.
M. H. B ell .
W. R. M c F ar lan d .
Harney paper« that u movement
„ „ fo o t
a S i „ a |H | , ] BW>
but no such law has ever been
UHQBr C O flilG Q ra tlO II,
not stand a ghost of a show before
congress. Such a law would create
a reign of terror in many sections.
The Harney people suffered from
I f the delegation goes
hack and jumps ou the man who
started the lie it will do well.
lheir position in Portland was just
the least hit ridiculous as a result
of the misinformation.
Fam ous T ra in s
While other rivers in the county
are on a rampage we call attention
to the habitual good behavior of
The Southwest Limited Kansas City
to Chicago, the Overland Limited to
Chicago via Omaha, and the Pioneer
Limited St. Paul to Chicago, run via
Tu r b u le n t S t r e a m s .
Reports from different parts of
qle COuntv have it that much dam
age is being done, us a result of
the late warm weather. A largo
amount of snow has fallen this
winter on the higher ground, and
the sudden change to warm weather
has brought down Hoods of water.
A number of bridges have been
damaged or washed out
Kay creek Henry Zimmerlee, a 14-
year old bov, was drowned in try
ing to cross the swollen stream.
The boy’s father was present when
the boy undertook to cross the
stream oa horseback, but was pow
erless to render him assistance.
Crooked river and Oehcreo arc al-
lo 0ll it rau1page and are injuring
irrje, t jon intakes as well as dam-
aging ranches on their hanks. The
Chicago, Milwaukee & S L Paul
It is useless for a land nation to
Each route offers numerous attrac
build a strong navy. Spain was
tions, The principal thing to insure
an example of a country with a
a quick, comfortable trip East is to
useless bhvv , and if the U. S.
see that your tickets road via the
hadn’t demonstrated this to her
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
she would still be maintaining a
worthless war ornament. Russia
is now demonstrating her hopeless
incapacity for naval warfare. She
H. S. R O W E .
sinks mines and then loses the
chart ot the mined district. A
little later she has one of her
vessels witn i JO men aboard blown
up by on« of these mines. Rus- channels of the rivers shift very board, had made the appraisment.
sia s craving (or seaports has casj|y and more dumuge may yet
— The Dalles Chronicle.
'I’li!' democratic party of Crook shaped her governmental policy occur
in it-i convention diil a very wist-
for a century, now she will find
q „ l.'rj(]ay fears were entertain-
Creed Triplett returned home
ihing when it took such a decided
that such acquisition» would iio od for the safety of the r.ew county af ter spending several months in
stand against county division.
her little good as she could not bridge at Prineville.
The liver Portland learning the bArber trade,
Crook county is very fortunate in
protect them, muoh less protect juried to cut nearer to the bluff, He intends to start in business in
its finances. Its people have stood | [jer
shipping. Japan is even now au(] wHile the bridge is too well this place,
a winner even though she is later built to be disturbed a new chan- ........ ..... -r-----------------------------
economy and have the results to driven from the shore of Asia,
nel may be washed oa the south.
show for it today. Although the since Russia can only use Asiatic
The largest sum ever paid fora
county is a largo *<ne its county of ports with Japanese consent.
Unpara!! deci C o u rte s
changed hands in
ficials huvo so evenly distributed
.... ■■■» j .-.i-i
San Francisco, Aug. 30, 1901.
improvements and expenditures
FROM BIGGS, OR.
It would not be quite humane
The transfer involved in coin and
that no part of the county has just to crow over Moody’s defeat at this
stock 1112,500.00 and was paid by Chioago-
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
ctose for complaint or jealousy. time. He has mad« two fights for Baker Cit-V> tl,at- whil° the Pri‘ a party of business men for a spe PortlaiKl
Special Worth, Omaha, Kansas 12:32 p.m
1 :‘2o p.m. City, St. Louis, Chicago
As a result we are iu a first-class the place ami in both cases his op
via Hunt and East.
betés, hitherto incurable diseases.
condition to interest new investors portent was nominated unanimous jority for Moody, nothing has bee*
They commenced the serious Atlantic
and new enterprise«. The western ty. la order t0 will federal patron-1 said about how that result was investigation of the epeefic Nov. 15, Express Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
12:21 u. in. Worth, Omaha, Kansas 6:11 a. m.
part of the county is too busy to age away from Oregon’s delegation brought about. The Herald’s cor- 1900. They interviewed scores of via IIlim City, St. Louis, Chicago
ing ton. and East.
even discuss county division and to Congrea», he encouraged Hitch-1 re8ponden<t 8:‘ -vs : "There were 113 the cured it on its merits by putting
the persons who start sectional ' cock in the belief that Oregon was i vote" « “ " L at ‘ h° «Action with
St. Paul / Walla Walla. Lewiston,
Fa>t Mail Spokane, Wallace, Pull
county jealousies at this time are a hotbed of fraud. This was not nbout ^OTepuGl.can votes in the ment and watching them. They 9:54
r*. m. man, Minneapolis, St. 3:S0 a. m.
also got physicians to name chronic,
Paul, Duluth, Milwaukee
enemies to county progress. No well done and he has put him.eli Prec,nct- and about 80 per cent of incurable cases, and administered Spokane Chicago, and East.
county in the state has abetter out of the fight in such a manner ‘“»‘ e latter voted. The Moody men it with the physicians for; judges
future in store for it, and no coun as to convince even his personal
n o u n s
th« c * " ™ «
e!ecteH Up to Aug. 25. eighty seven per
P O R T L A N D to C H I C A G O
ct-nl of the test were either well or.
ty in tl to state has a better record friend« that hU is a lost cause.
| the judges and clerk.
NO IHANUR OK CAIO.
tion day in the fu lln ess of their ' progressing favorblv.^
for economy and judgment in pub
There being but thirteen per cent Kor particular« as to rat** and rout« aaar ess,
hearts they extended the freedom
J. H. FRflbRIOY. Agent, B ìkks Or.
The Deschutes Irrigation and
of failures, the parties were satisfied
of the city to nil strangers (for vot and closed the transaction, the
Power Company is doing good
ing purposes) and enlarged the proceedings of the
It is good advice to democrats
work in advertising this section.
boundaries of tho precinct to in oommittee aud the clinical reports
just at present to go slow on the
People who have once seen our
clude a slice of Malheur county.” — of the test cases were published and
question of presidential preferences
country always keep it in mind,
will be mailed free upon application.
nnd grant to each member of the
Huntington (Baker Co.) Herald.
and are likely to come here aud
Address John J. Fulton Company,
party the right to express hia pref
420 Montgomery St. San Fran
I f the Prineville people
erence. When the count has been
T h e Fair Route
would get up some good literature
made abide by the platform and
Via Chicago or New Orleans to
for tho St. Louis and Portland
results. There lias been too much
WEST & BROCK, Props.
fairs, the effort would he well re St. Louis, is the one that gives you
strife within the party. When a
the most for your money,— and the
party forget* the large number of
fact that the Illinois Central offers
R A I L W A Y CO.
Choice brands of Liquors,
vital tenets which it bolds in com
Scott of Kansas is intent upon unsurpassed
mon and remembers only the sub finding some democrat living or points to the Worlds Fair, and in T I M E
Beer and Cigars, stnd
jects upon which there is a differ dead who ate with a negro, in order this connection to all points be-
Effective F e b ru a ry 15, 1903
ence, what result can be expected? to justify the action of Roosevelt’s yond, makes it to your advantage,
Bo considerate and east no slurs dinner with Booker T. Washing- in case you contemplate a trip to.
Fancy Wines, Ciders and
on the honest conviolions of any ton. As vet lie has not found th« any point east, to write us before1
Cordials for Family Fsc.
man belonging to party. A politi desired character, hut he is a hard making final arrangements.
cal party embraces all sections of »taker and a good inventor, and
We «an offer tho choice of at Pa.*
a great nation and it must de will come out all right.
least a dozen different routes.
termine a policy which is jest to
B. I L T r u m nrLT., Coin. Agt.
all sections, therefore hear nil the
It appears now as if Judge W. L. J. C. Lindsey, T. F.
evidence before making your de Bradshaw who presides as judge
s in k e
over this di-trict is to have no op Paul B. Thomson, F. it P. A..
134 Third St., Portland
S h o r t l in e
« io union P a c if ic i
No. 6 Broadway.
pouunt for his position. This is
Carnegie promises a million to an unusual compliment and is a
G ood Uso for Schoo l F u n d .
have Roosevelt smash Wall Street. deserved acknowledgement of ef-
Cnriieg:« and h i .< i illioni are get feciencv.
In order to meet their payments
ting a little hit tiresoute. Ile lias
ton stock in tho Farmer's Irrigation
WOisl.ipped monev .as a • 1 so lenj:
The great defect of Napoleon Company, ahout thirty-five Hoed
th*: ha e u ’! : ..k now axaaptio was that ho didn't know how to River valley farmers applied to the
conduct n retreat, the matter with state land board for leans ef school
1er ; : i tl v invente::- • the trurt tli Orp<?nninii
Veg etimi is that it i«
ami PO gr.’.mistand
can i ver gone fertile at that sort of thing.
Chamberlain, Secretary of State
«ton** for the wruitr
Frank Dunbar and State Treasurer
several hundred C. E. Mocre came up from Salem
socialists in Crc ek county and it is and in company with Judge G. C.
itnprobab e that a cou tv Blakeley, County Clerk Lake. N.
The 11 1 :n y county
ticket will he u. tutu for tho com- C. Ev«:i», A. A. Jayne and A. S.
to the congn ssional co:
was laboring under a \ ¡.,1 . i mis ins election.
Blowers, were driven out over the
Hie d< i gation
valley. The l»oard was favorably
thought that someone was trying
1 p to tbit week the news from impressed with what they s*w *ud
to in»tal a policy of Jcasing public the Russi.in-J.ip war ha> been le** agreed thoroughly with Atty. W.
land* to the highest bidder, and interesting than the strike news II. \\ il*oo, who as agent for the
E rsk in v ille
G ra se V a lle y
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K lo n d y k e
8 u m ra t
H ay Canyon June
W TW f
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For sale and for rent. Cash or
easy installments. Now and sec
ond-hand, o f all kinds. All makes
repaired, and w ork fed!y guaran
teed. I f you need a machino, o f
any make, write me.
A .M .
Daily stage connections j
ijr Antelope, l'rineviile, Pc 1, burns,
Silver I Hike, Lake vi
, Mitchell, J lay-
ville, Antone, Ashw 1, Canyon City,
■lohn Day C ity an d Fossil.
K. I*. WOODBURY,
B o u rb o n
D S r i 3 M O R £
E. l.Y TI.E ,
Lien, freight ani Pass, Agt.
J . E 3 . î ± T . T ^ n L i S Y
C3 Fourth S reef.
+ P O R T LA N D
FAM OU8 HOP GOLD BEER.
Dome* tie and Imported Wines and Cigars
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