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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1904)
in the country, as crops therp are
looking very well.
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to be well governed.
S o c i a li s t County C on ven tio n .
P. R owan , E ditor .
Fam ous T rain s
The socialists met in county con
Judge Gr«*scup of Iowa deliver-
Entered May 31*t, 1903, at pend, Oregon, as i
second class mutter, under Act of Congress £(]
lecture upoii corporations and vention Wednesday to «nominate a
The Southwest Limited Kansas City
ol |f an b 3 rd, i Mill.
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- t r u s t s which is worthy o f ntten ticket for county officers. Follow
Chicago, the Overland Limited to
hl iibCJtlPlION RATES:
He advocates a change of ing is the ticket named :
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via Omaha, and the Pioneer
(No Hubscrl}ition^ taken for a shorter term.)
For county judge, J. B. McDow
system for the formation of corpor
Limited St. Paul to Chicago, run via
ation*. At present every’ state cun ell, of II*ystack.
SATURDAY, A l’ It. 30, 1004.
For Commissioner, M. J. Wilt, of
cbsrtars to corporations
which can thereafter do business Sisters.
OUR TICK ET.
For shorin', W. II. Birdsong, « f
in any other state. New Jersey,
has been the stamping ground for Johnson creek.
C. S am S mith .
For treasurer, J. A. Riggs, of
trust organizations, having a law
For County Clerk,
which allow* the organization of| Powell Buttes.
J. J. S mith .
For clerk, Frank Cay wood, of
any kind of a trust upon payment
of a rather high fee. New Jersey Culver.
Each route offers numerous attrac
M. It. Ilians.
For supt. of schools, B. F. Wil-
practically bids for trust incorpor -1
tions, The principal thing to insure
atiou in order to gairt a large state hoit, of Bear creek.
a quick, comfortable trip East is to
J o h n D. L a f o l l e t t .
For surveyor, Wade Huston, of
see that your tickets read via the
For School Superintendent,
give the power of granting chart Ashwood.
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Kail
C. 15. D inwiddie .
For assessor, J. It. Benham, of
ers to the United States alone, and
t>taks the power away from the Desahutes.
J. H. C uooks .
For ooroner, David Hill, of Ire
states, in that wav the corpor
would be uniform land.
S. R O W E ,
E . T. S l.A V T O N .
134 Third St., Portland
C en e ra i Agent.
Several lady delegates were in
throughout the country. Corpor
ations could not enter into combi attendsuce *s the party platform
M. II. B ell .
nations without having their chart advocates equal suffrage, and a
ers revoked. The suggestions of vo'.u of thanks was tendered the
W. It. M c F arl an d .
Judge Grossctip represeat the only ladies for the interest shown by
Advertised Le tte r List.
real method of limiting trust evils. thuui in the party’s welfare.
The following ¡otters remained
The best example of a pure de
While one state is allowed to give
uncalled for at. the Deschutes post-
mocracy existed in Iceland at an
Notice to Voters.
life to institutions to prey upon the
otlice for the month ending Feb.
early date. The freeholders of the
Now is the time to register, ' ou ; 2(Jth., 1904.
inhabitants of other stages, nothing
whole island met in a natural open
have only up till 5 I*. M. on
can be accomplished.
James Johnson Stanley Gray
amphitheater near the sea to make
15 to register, and it is imperative! Mr Chas Ilofinier Mr W S Holbrook
laws, judge cases, »nd punish
Parties calling for any of the
Th« Mormons who desired a that registration he accomplished
criminals by public vote. This
Mormon senator in Washington an speedily ns possible. Be wire shove letters will please mention
method kept the powers of govern
are now sorry they were so am and have your location— lot and the fact that they are on the udver
incut very near to the individual.
bitious. Thu reverend Leads of block, or number of room when in
W. H. S t a a t s . Postmaster.
Where larger numbers are concern
the church have been before the hotel, or section, township and
ed, this method in impracticable,
sonnte committee and have con- range when out of town.
Five Dollars for a
but any system which
FROM HIG G S. OR.
ferreil that tnor church support* a is to facilitate registration and is
individual citizen to o pass jtidg-1
,! system of biwbreaking and exalts equally a time-saver to the voter |
Portland Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
meat not only on the question ot i J
Special W orth, Omaha, Kansas 12:32 p.m
. i .
’ the church over the state. Os-; and the county clerk.
1:25 p.m . Citv, St. Louis, Chicago
what rnan is Milted to represent
via IImit- and Eaat.
This registrrtion is for two years
..Itensibly polvgamv is forbidden,
bun, but what man is worthy o t 1
1 • B
r , ■
hut its practice exists among all and covers tho coming presidential j
the opportunity of being a candi-
Express Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
the higher officers of the church election.
12:2'i a. in. W orth, Omaha, Kansas 6:11 a. m.
date, is the nearest approach to
via H unt Citv, St. Louis, Chicago
Remember an bring your loca- j
, except SmoOt himself. Smoot will!
ington. ami East.
In S ta te of O rego n ,
popular government that can be ,
hardly hi allowed lo retain his sect tion, as the clerk cannot take time
had. Thu proposed primary law
Free to those who will pay
St. Paul W alla Walla, Lewiston,
in tho senate as it has been shown' to look up plats or records, as there :
Fast Mail Spokane, Wallace. Pull
from t«5 to 815 per acre for
allows th« voter to vote directly for
St. 3 :S0 a. m.
9:54 p. in. man, Minneapolis.
Paul, Duluth, Milwaukee
that he eould not have been elect will be several hundred voters to
th« men ho wishes nominated, end
PerpstL'a! Water Fight
ed tu the office without support *.f register in the Tfcxt two mouths,
does away with the strife, enmities i
.T.J. S m i t h ,
To the Colum bia Southern Irri
H O U R S
and unocrtuir.tiwH that go hand in !
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^ P O R T L A N D to C H I C A G O
baud with the delegate system.
NO C H A N G E O F C A R S .
Lands located in the De
W. J. Bryan has delivered an ; W i t h d r a w n from Cettlemont.
For particulars os to rates and route addr osst
schutes Valley, Crook
' address in Chics go against Parker \
All the vacant unappropriated
J. H. FRKDRICY. Agent. Biggs Or.
County, Oregon. Water
The State of Washington has a
and the platform of the new dem o-!
public lands in Section 7, Section
now on land.
great dual of politics this year.
ernts. Mr. Bryan advocated ne
descriptive pamphlet to
17 to 21, both inclusive, and Sec
Washington has a large amount of
candidate and appeared
tion 28 to 33, both inclusive. Town
railroad traffic, and the railroads
the auspices of no club ororgauiza-,
ship 17 South, Range 10 East, W.
have done much for the state in
tion, so that bin stand was purely
M , have been temporarily with
the way of development. Govern
251 Alder St.,
a personal one. New York iin-
drawn from settlement, entry, sale
or McBride has Attempted toee
doubtedly has some of the most
or other disposal,1 excepting under
cure a railroad commission for the
eminent democrats in the nation,
the mineral laws, pending deter
regulation of traffics and taxes
and her platform only touches on
mination as to the advisability o f 1
The eastern nart of the state which
WEST & liUOCK. Props.'
a few subjects. These topics are
including said lands within the
claims to be discriminated against
■ , .
Cascade Rang« Forest, Reserve.
by railroads is strong for the g o v - ;
d io ic o brands of T.iqiiorft,
This withdrawal does not oper
eruor while the western partis with
Portland lias a baseball team ale to prevent th« prospecting, lo T IM E
Boer and Cigars, and
like other lar ge towns. That team cating, develop: •-£ and entry of
has all the qualities of a star ag mineral lands under the mineral
The stato land board has taken
gregation, except the runmaking Inns.
Fanty Wines, Ciders and
umbrage at. tho stau-mont in the 1).
ability. Any sane person would
Cordials for Family Use.
1. A P. Co.'s advertising matter
rather attend a Chines« funeral
wherein it was stated that the
S T A T I O N S Daily
than see such h team play hall,
S a l JU T 'S D I S E A S E .
market value of h«v in this sec
No. O Broadway.
The largest s u m over paid fora Leav
tion was from *7 'to 20 per ton. ' 1" 9,ther c *ie a Ihv,> fur POrr° "
The board doesn't believe that such mQ8t bc *l,H
of " ttenda,,c* proscription, changed hands in i ' .
; t l k
San Francisco, Aug. 30. 1901.
B IG Gi»
•tuteihcrit is true. Well, members
The transfer involved in in in and
T h e r e remain« only 15 day* in
G ib b o n s
of thu board might get hay cheap
stock 8 112,500.00 and was paid by l i . :»•
1U 7* 2
l i n k ’d
er, but tbuy wcu! i have t.> use puns which voters n.e allowed to regi* :i party of business men for a spe 2 l i
D E iv '- M C R E
ter, and only twenty-an« voters of cific for Brig! t‘a Disease and Dia •» 27 - - K lo n 4.3
to do it.
this precinct have registered as betes, hitherto incurable diseases. 2 13
Sum m t
They commenced the
Congress might just ns veil ad .VPt- ^
*m:,U percentage ot
H ay C an yon Ju ne
inveatig «tion of the speefic Nov. lo,
journ. No ! ill can be considered U' B “ cluul v« t * » in
Pr*°tnot 1900. They interviewed scores of 2 4S
M oD onaM
without a debuto in which there is
th''®1' 1 yit rc^ is: red should the cured it on its merits by putting 2 4A - -
D e ? lo s a
l or sale end for rent. Cash or
v«rr little said a! cut the bill and a
1 <*'••! to the matter r.t one*,
over three do. iii cases on the treat 3 09
easy lnsta.lmentc. N ow an.l sec
ment at 1 watching them. Th v 3 15 - - K rtA 34
ond-hand, o f all Kinds. All makes
in v illo
good deal said about the virtues j
also got pnvsicians to n a m ed r r.:e.
repaired, and w ork fully ifuaran-
and failing« of political parties.
Orv.3S V a llo y
A hill in the house of representa
incurable eases, and udinini ' red
tecc’ . If you need a machine, o f
1’oliticnl debate is nil right and tives prohibiting the location of it with th" physicians for'jud::- s
B ou rbon
any mtlca. wi-ite me.
necessary in its place, hut it* place lieu land ecrip is 'likely to puss. Up to Aug. 25, eighty seven pi
1 S <0
t t were either w t
is on the political rostrum.
A* congress is likely to aitiourn
W ilc o x
I S o0
few days, th b ill U U R -
8 2 F o u r th S tre e t,
ing but thirteen per ce
Corvallis was tho coene of a like !y tu become a law
a m i
(¡¡o parties were natisi’
1 A ■!.
pistol battle in which an 18-year
1 tho trans i, tion. f
y r-iagu c o n n e c t •-,« a t 8! id iiik o
old hoy • hot two officers and wns
The «j'rpì* rain
for A -.felop o, r r in e v ü le , ik fiu l, "nrr.8,
in turn killed. D i * w 1! known the damp winter.
* vor Ï 4 i k e , J
¡ v a , M itc h e ll, 2 «AV—
thiiit a crow 1 ©t young thug* ha* ^rcat crop». The !.ir
A n t.-n e , A A -,
r .m y o n i - y .
info sti J C v .»'.lie1 for sc«.o time, ri*w2y h:\'.ke.i
ami die litt!« rt trnint placed up- Powell Uutteé bid.«
< ,* .. r : t An
on thenu had tur n«d their loads. Let« .1 >3 the a tv •
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
S hort U ne
asd union P acifici
Acres of Land
B. S. COOK
COR N E R S
i ’itm r u ia ll