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been a politician for years aa4 ever carried on in that state ie at
haa lived and prospered ea poli- and. Threats ef bolt ware heard
fV m .I P H N D R V I M T >1 ATURDA Y B T
tic*. Hie conduct in the land of- in all quarter* and eastern Waah-
THE DESCHUTES PUBLISHING COMPANY.
fioe was certainly ¡«explainable in ingter» begged for a railroad com-
I*. How aw , E ditor .
any manner to hiseredit. He doea miaaion plank in tfee party plat
Kntered Mnr Sl*ft, 1908, at Bend, Oregon, a*
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sea.' .i ei«-- i »ii*r, under Att of cuiigreM j not atand well with the president term, se that legislative candidates
of March 3rd, 1903.
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j neither doea ha co-operate or stand in their part of the state would not
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well with hi* state delegation, and bo slaughtered. Arguments were ef
p e r y ear
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(No bulkier I pilons taken for a shorter term.)
tharshare been debates in congress uo avail, and the railroad aeanmia-
in which Chairman Lacey of the sion plank was killed. McBride's
SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1004.
public land committee referred un- supporters ware a strong minority
kindly to th« Oregon congressman, hut they did net secure a single
OUR T IC K E T .
The day is past when Hermann place on the tieket, and they have
conld be of use to his constituents amplt raason to cemplain. The
C. S am S mith .
and it is not unlikely that he has Spokesman-Review, the strongest
For County Clerk,
already served his last terra.
republican paper in eastern Wasb-
J. J. S m ith .
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| iNjgton, has served notice on (.he re-
The democratic situation has publiean party of the state that the j
M. R. B ig g s .
changed very little daring th# past ; republicans cannot win with Me-;
week. Hearst has apparently car- j Bride defeated,
J ohn D. L afoi . lf . tt .
ried the stats of Florida, that was
Fur School Superintendent,
Taking into consideration the j
believed to be for Parker, and
C. B. D inwipdie .
Parker has won a close fight in the : conduct of county affairs under the
state of Indiana. Illinois ia yet present county officers and it must
J. H. C rooks .
uncertain, since Williams, a demo-j be admitted by anyone, wbo looks
cratie congressman from that state, j upon county affairs as u purely |
H. S. R O W E .
E. T. S layton .
is a candidate for presidential hon- business matter, that we have
or*, and may get the state delsga- economical and reliable men as j
M. H. B ell .
tion. Hearst hss the demooratie ! officials. The county is practically !
papers of New York against him. (out of debt and this is a record
W. R. M c F ar l a n d .
This is probably due to business that surrounding counties cannot |
A d v e r t i s e d L e t t e r Lis t.
rivalry. The southern papers are duplicate. Is not the officer who |
following letters remained
1 robably there is really nothing I largely far Cleveland, 'and while has made every endeavor to con
for at the Deschutes post-
in .he story of irregularities at the | they say little against Hearst, duct county affairs »« he would ,
the month ending Feb.;
Chemawa Indian School. But the , they make some very cutting ie private affair* entitled to active
extreme care of the administration marks iu regard to Brvan. One of support and appreciation? When
and its Hensitivetiess to every sug- the strange thing* about this ca
the public becomes fitful and ! James Johnson Stanley Gray
gestion or breath of impropriety paign is that Bryan’s name has changeable, when it refuses to re- Mr Chas llofiriior Mr W S Holbrook
calling for any of the;
may account for the statements not been mentioned by any one ward the officials who have f'aith- l a bo Parties
hojçt l in e
ve letters will please mention
that have been telegraphed. The for a third nomination. The be j fully dime their duty, the first step the fact that they are on the adver
President lief is growing that Roosevelt is; towards extravagance has been tised list..
aho un io n a c if ic i
W. H. S t a a t s , Postmaster.
Roosevelt, in greater degree per the weakest eaudidate that the re-1 taken. The past history of Crook
haps than any ether the eountry publicans have put up since the ¡county has been an admirable one.
has known, is susceptible to the days of Garfield. A great number and the present policy is the best
FROM BIOOS, OR.
faintest voice or suggestion of ir of republicans in eastern states j the county has ever had.
Portlami Suit L ak e, D enver, Ft.
regular or wrong doing. It is a have expressed a desire to vote the
Special W orth. O m aha, K an sas
1:2ft n .in . C ity , St. L o u is, C hicago 12 :32 p.m
fine trait; hut even this may go to democratic ticket if a democrat of Eng,lnd ig tilking advantage of
v ia lim it - an d E ast,
in g to n .
extreme.—Oregonian. The fact is st'ong intellect i* nominated and a
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* "u,u,,,al8u a,,u il Russia's busy dav to send au army
A tla n tic
Express S a lt L ak e, D en rer, Ft.
that H has been going to extreme j ni.de, ate* platform is a d o p t e d ', con
t int0 Thibet, which
12:22 a. *1» W orth. O m aha, K ansas 6:11 a. m.
ia H u n t C ity , St. L o u is, C h icago
,r since the paragon of virtue Some democrats object to making h t r , t o f o r B hfts been dominated by
in g to n . a m i E ast.
In S t a t e o f O r e g o n ,
took k the presidential chair Every such concisions, but nearly all Ru, siaii influence. The army pro-
excuse for withdrawing public land demoerats would like to see Roose
Free to those who will pay
St. P a u l W a lla W a lla . L ew iston ,
^eeeds with great slaughter of half-
F ast M ail B pokane. W a lla ce, P u ll
from entry has been made use of, velt displaced.
9:54 p. in. m an , M in n eap o lis, 8t. 3:30 a. m.
; armed and untrained natives. The
P a u l. D u lu th , M ilw au k ee
in order to prevent thefts on the
S p o k an e C h icago , a n d E ast.
part of Oregonian*. Every man
To the C o lu m b ia Southern Irri
It is reported that ex-Congress- I the sympathy of nearly all nations
from this state who has been pro
gratio n C o m p a n y .
man Moody is trying to line up and the English found also during
posed for federal office has had tiis
NO IHA.N O F. OR C A * .«.
the Boer war that, her policyofljj
integrity questioned. Vile reports
For p a r tic u la rs a s to ra te « an d ro u te a d d r ess,
schutes Valley, Crook
seeking to own and control new
concerning several western sena ture against Senator Mitchell. It
vJ. H. FREDRICY. Asent, BI kk » Or.
territory was aot mat with any
tor« and representatives want the is just possible that the Oregon
great amount of applause. The
descriptive pamphlet to
rounds of the great eastern dailies, senator is not lying awake night*
policy of land grabbing is looked
and these reports were said to origi
upon with displeasure by fair
nate in the executive department. of his enemy. Moody has kept a
minded people all over the world.
The reports caused Oregon to be
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looked upon as a corrupt state »by
D o n ’t C o t o S t . L o u i s
the whole nation. When we want
ed money for a great national cele
‘Till you call At or write to the
bration in honor of the Lew is and pointment. After wearing out a Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul
WEST & BROCK, Props.
Clark acquisition of territory a few pairs of shoes without reward Railroad. Office 134 Third Street, i
contribution was given us about even a dull politician begins to Portland, Oregon. Low rates to
and this the
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sufficient to start a small world's look out for a winner, tern
point*» East, in connection with i
TABLE NO. 8.
fair *ide show, and even that
amount was not intrusted to us for
(¿hr Drödurtcs Erba.
Famous T rains
The Southwest Limited Kansas City
to Chicago, the Overland Limited to
Chicago via Omaha, and the Pioneer
Limited St. Paul to Chicago, run via
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Each route offers numerous attrac
tions, The principal thing to insure
a quick, comfortable trip East is to
see that your tickets read via tho
Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul Rail
134 Third St., Portland
Five Dollars for a
27~0 0 0
Acres of Land
Mi c a
I > 1*1.
B. S. C O O K
Choice brands of Liquors,
Beer and Cigars, and
use, but- was placed in the hands
of others than the fair’s managers, i The registration of voters ends
We were not to be trusted, May 15, and those not registered
w e were so dishotu-et. Even ap will have to have their votes swerh
propriatior.s for the Celilo canal in, if they wish to vote. Informs
and for federal irrigation must bo tion from various points ef the state
contingent upon the state's bearing prove that, there is a carelessness
a part of the burden, so that we about the matter ,, m
will not try to graft the national countv except
r . Multnomah, ’ where
fund In spite of all there things tho Simon-Mitchell tight aroused
w# a e to give Roosevelt an ex g*WC*d interest. With a weak
pressiot» of confidence. We are to registration and only a few weeks
pav that personification of wisdom for further campaign it looks verv
the tribute which vice is continual- rauch a f i l f #l l Ka‘ vote would be
ly paying to virtue. Wo are to polled both in state and county,
■how the nation that it ie really
impossible to insult us. In short
" _ have
we would play a very noble part if , et n , roug . , iigaint „ , I. H.
wo were to overhoat ourselves in to obtain a right-of-way for the
chasing after votes for the nutn Celilo canal. The complaint al-
woo now occupies the presidential leges that the land desired ia of
the value of 1.500, and thatTaffe
140,000 for it. T his is
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‘ niflK hL perhaps the first act in a lawsuit
a better fight on Ringer Hermann that lay last for some time.
It started it before his nomination
and apparently it would have been
Governor McBride of Washing-
pleased te see Harris
the nomi 1 ton, was refused a renomination by
nation away from him. Hermann the Republicaa party of Washing-
is not an object of sympathy. He ton. and th bitterest campa cn
Effective February 15, 1903.
H. S. R oe ,
Fancy Wines, Ciders and
Cordials for Family Use.
The largest sura ever paid fora
prescription, changed hands in
*"’an 1' ran cisco, Aug. 30, 1901.
i . He . transfer
hmui .^ u a,,
in coin • , and
-+112.o00.00 and , was _ paid
a party of business men for a spe-
citic lor Bright’s Disease and Dia-
betes, hitherto incurable diseases,
. n,e-T commenced the serious
1 ;m They interviewed scores of
the cured it on its merits by putting
over three dozen cases on the .treat-
"?ent got “" physicians
incurable cases, and administered
it with the physicians for judges
I p to Aug. 25, eighty seven per
cent of the test wore either well or
P ^ e s a i c * favorbly.
There being but thirteen per cent
of failures, the partlee were satisfied
and closed the transaction, the
proceedings of the investigating
committee and the clinical reports
of the tost cases were published and
w i l l be mailed free upon application.
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