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fret*!}1 from Colorado into Kansas, fought, but prevention is bettor
but irrigation ditch«« wore con* than a cure and wo have now a
iM Bi.imiiD kviky MTr*DAY bt
etructedin Colorado, and th<* cur , chance to control the future of
Tin. iti.Kciir i r:-i ri huhiinu t omi * an \. rent of the river waa used to pro- politics in Oregon. Don’ t over-
1’. K owah , tnnoR.
doce Colorado crops.
Kansas look this important subject.
Knt rill Mav 31st, !!»•.«. at Ueii<l, nr-aon. a» , .
.. . . . .
Kicoml c 1 h ■" mRttcr, under Art of ( ,.;■ art-*a claims that it is entitled to have
of March ortJ, it«.»::.
Tho Southwest Limited Kansas City
the customary amount of water ' xi]inoj# rtpublieaM convention j
Chicago, the Overland Limited to
............................ t) no flow in the river and that Colorado ¡g g.»ju jrl se*»ion and the dead
via Omaha, and the Pioneer
has infringed bar sister state s lock is not yet broken. Proposi
Paul to Chicago, run via
tights liy cutting down the amount, ’ jjons to jlaV(, ;4u candidats« release
SATURDAY, I CMC 4, 100-4.
The case is now before the U. S their followers from instruction
supreme court. Thia country took j were not favored by the seven men
its law concerning water rights! who want to 1 n governor. It is
from England where the only usee 1 not impossible that new primaries
C. S am S m it h .
ever made of river* wore for power, may be held. It would be the
For County ('leik,
| commcree and a supply of water safest way out of the difficulty for
J. J. S m it h .
for domestic u*es. I f the Euglish the party.
law is followed in the Kansas-Colo-
Each route oilers numerous attrac
M. R. Ríaos.
rado casa, then Kansas had ac
Joseph W. Folk, of Missouri,!
tions, The principal thing to insure
quired right* to the water of the
a quiek, comfortable trip East is to
J ohn D. L afoi . lett .
Arkansas river which Colorado
that your tickets read via the
man. He has refused to act as
For School Superintendent,
must respect. If Colorado is beat
Milwaukee A St. Paul Rail
temporary chairman of the natiow- (
C. 15. D inwiihhk .
en in the suit a large amount' of ir-
j riguted territory will have to be
wouid not interfere with his nomi
J. II. C rooks .
nation as governor. Folk evidtnt-
iy has his eve on a scalp or two in
lo4 Third St., Portland
E. T. Sl.AYTON.
II. E. Reed gives the followiug Missouri and cannot be called off
history of the name, “ Oregon,” in until those scalps are safely in his
M. II. B ell .
a Lewis and Clark fair booklet: j
1, The name Oregon first appeared
\V. It. Mc F ARI. AND.
in print in Jonathan Carver’s
A P ion eer o f O regon.
The proposed local
option i l
----------------- -*i'rrave]g Through the Interior
<i\w Drsrhutrs trim.
Famous Train s
Chicago, Milwaukee & Sli. Paul
There has been an interval of
liSî.Ü. .Short as that interval was,
thn country was glad when it
came to an and. That day, from
18Wi to IS1
.)7, was darkness »ad
the shadow of death. It was nerd-
ed, perhaps, for vindication of Re
publican policy, though iho lesson
was terribly administer?d, says
the Oregonian. T h e c h a r g e
that u pmiCsnt who was oaly
iri office a few months could cause
a panic that affected a whole na-
tiou is so unreasonable that it can-
not move a careful student of his-
tery. I f the occurrence of a bind-
n» ss panic were cause for the de-
s'.iuclion of a political parly neitii-
er the democratic nor republican
putties would now be alive. Dur-
ing Van Buren’s administration, a
panic occurred yet :he democratic
parly still continued.
(¡rant’s administration there was a
period i f great fit ancial distress,
but the republican party did not
go out of business. Political scon-
omitls, who have studied the cause
ot panics, find that there have been
panics at intervals of twenty years,
and they ere of «be opinion that
like panics will occur in the future
I he conditions
which caused the panic daring
had been gradually produced dur
ing (lie twenty years preceding.
The unrest of the people elected
C.evelatid and the storm broke
shortly after he took office. Had
Harrison been reelected the same
panic would have occurred. We
must look at Cleveland a* a pilot
in a storm. He could not prevent
the storm, but it must he admitted
by every sincere man that he lead
the American people through four
yenia of poverty without a blot on
He fought repudi
ation of debts in every form a nd
sacrificed (everything to his ideas
of duty. There is a class of people
who are never willing
blame when it is due them. It is
always some one slse who made
the mistake. These are the men
blamed Cleveland for all
their ills. Cleveland in and ha*
been called the greatest private
citizen of the nation and ha well
deserves the title.
rhe aew value which irrigation
gives « « t e r nmv prodacs #ome
very inisroiting cont»»ts over we-
e r as a property. Out-example of
this ii the suit which Kansas now
maintains against the state of
Colorado. Tho Arkansas river, bs-
fore the days of irrigatii
l'ai ts of North America,” which ] In the Masonic hail ;»t Lewiston gotting a good advertising in the
4VaH published in London in 1778. | t-o«lay rests in state the remains of t[ie ]>orq ului papers. It is hard to
T h « origin of the name is one of | John
a P,0" ,“er of ttl* * esf’ | think of Portland and local option
the enigmas of hittorv. Carver ! say0 Ji correspondent of the Helena
at th« same time. There must be
professed to have received it from Independent. Yesterday morning!'
the Indian» in the country of the 1'it 11 o’clock John Day breathed ! campaign funds on both sides,
Upper Mississippi, where he bud , h's last in the county hospital in
r.wxassotsr. 235 z zazsmiTiz
explorations. The lhis oity a,,il in P8» « “ !? end*d
Five Dollars for a
Indians, he says, told him of the ' ° f (ho mo*t adventurous careers in
River Oregon (lowing to the West- j l h« history of the building of the
ern Ocean, but how touch of the West.
FROM BIUGN, OR.
tale was hid own iuvvntiou it is
Fifty-two years npo John Day
2 7 , 0 0 0
! Chicago- j
impossible to say. Jefferson used | Idft the home of his boyhood in
Portland ¡Salt. Lake, Deliver, Ft.
Special Worth, Omaha. Kansas
the word in his instructions to | ^ esteheater county, N. \ a n d
j 1:25 p.m. ¡Oity, St. Lomu, Chicago 12:32 p.m
Hunt- land East.
Lewis and Clark, showing it was crossed the' plain* to California,
] ington. j
In S ta to o f Oregon,
beginning to have a vague before* and since that time this typical
j Express Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Free to those who will pay
“ Thaaatopeie” was written; but it pioneer has participated in the re-
^ 12:22 a. m. Worth. Omaha, Kansas 0:11 a. m.
i via Hunt- City. St. Louis, Chicago
was Bryant’s solemn poem, with claroation of the wilds of nearly
ako union P acifici
Acres of Land
ington. [and East.
i;, sonorous verse, which appeared «very state of the Northwest,
in the year 1S17, that familiarised | Mr. Dayw-was one of the earliest
the word “ Oregon” and soon put it ° f lb« K°Id seekers to work in the
on [every tongue.
Various ac-1 » ¡ nf,s ° f M ashington, Oregon and
counts of the Lewis and Clark Ex Idaho. In Oregon a noble stream
pedition had appeared both in the i » n«I a town hear his name.— Burns
Uuited ¿States and Europe before ; Times-Hsrald.
the appearance of “ Thanatopis,” |
— — ------
but undoubtedly it was Bryant’s
The Hoad O f A Railroad,
Governor Chamberlain is one
Oregon, ’ that did most to spread more of the men who i* astonished
the name botore the world.
at the fact that our section ef the
state has no railroad.
oi )t ^ ^ ftm#nd#d go ag to crops impressed the governor and
make it more convenient to voters lri* P ir:-V wr,S tho idea tl,at a rJ,i1'
Six affidavits of freeholders are too road woolrt ,1K * P » * 1" *
manv to be required fer »wearing
,d’ e *ufar* wa-s more
iu a vote. Two affidavits would th»n bright. The governor be-
lieveu that Central Oregon nhould I Í
(>« en o u g h and more convenient
a tr!*d” I,r" ‘
It would also be a good idea
n01 00 * Riven
but should bn
permit coma o ilie r in ,a Ch pre * servo
« v . In
W a te r Right
St. Paul Walla Walla*. Lewiston,
Fast Mail jBpokane, Wallace, Pull-
9:54 i>. m.'man, Minneapolis, St. 3:30 a. m.
[Paul, Duluth, Milwaukee
Spokane Ohicago, and East.
T o th e Colum bia Southern I r r i
gation Com pany.
Lands located in the De
County, Oregon. Water
now on land.
descriptive pamphlet to
h o u r s
£ l i y P O R T L A N D to C H I C A G O
CHANUF. OF CAKR.
For particulars as to rate* and route addr ess,
J. H. FREDRICY. Agent. Biggs Or.
B. S. COOK
251 A ld e r St.«
RA ILW A Y CO.
1 A R L E
Effective KeV*rnarv 15, 1003.
WJBST <fc BROCK, Props.
Choice brands of Liquors,
Boor and Cigars, and
cinct to r.c.iv* names for th*
UP b-v rs,ilro* d wi,h l)i,i
The state official#
■Fancy Wines, Ciders and
registry s fsw day» l>efore elsction. r?sl ° f Oregon
Cordials for Family Use.
Thi» u done in oiher states
nn encouragement to voters. Ore
B R IQ H T *S D 1 SÎLA S E .
gem's registry books are now closed
No. 6 Broadway.
The largest sum ever paid fora
before tho curupaiga has actively
presoription, changed hands in
! L Y T L E
b ig g »
11 33 j
San Francisco, Ang. 30, 1001. j
The transfer involved in coin and |
to w '
10 43 1 '
The Japanese are slowiv but
a party <>f business men for h spe
K lo iu ly k e
»urelv working for tlie undoing of
cific tor Bright’s Disease and Dia
- Summ t
At pieieut their whole betes, hitherto incurable diseases.
H ay Canyon June
energy is conoentrated on Fort
Thev commenced the serious
Arthur, the fall of which will ne- investigation ot the specfic Nov. 15.
cessitate ths destruction of the «**>• They interviewed scores of
D eM u ea
F o r sale and for rent. Cash o r
. , .
. . . . . .
the cured it on its merits by putting
Asiatic Host. Wi th l’ort Arthur; over thrce j olen caiei on ^
easy installm ents. N e w and sec
- E rsk tn vllle
ond-hand. o f all kinds.* A ll m akes
as a bass, and a railway nlrsady ment
watching them. They
repaired, and w o rk fu lly guaran
Grass V a lle y
existing, Japan would have llu»- i also got physicians to name chronic,
teed. I f you need a m achine, o f
sia at her mercy.
Up to «into the incurable case*, and administered
any make, w rite me.
Japanese have won every engage
l ’ p to Aug. 25. eighty seven per
W ilc o x
ment in their march toward Fort cent of the test were either well or
! J . E . H U X L E Y ♦
A N IK O
82 Fourth Street,
There being but thirteen per cent
of failures, tho parties were satisfied
There i# sn# question before the and «loped the transaction, the
Pailv stage connections at Shaniko
voter» election day which il wot of proceeding- of the
investigating for Antelope, Frinevitle, Bend, Burns,
A m e ric a s
„ ,,urt-,aB character uud aprieals committee and the clinical reports silver I^ike, Lakeview, Mitchell. Dajr- ; .-v „
, . .
. of the test case« were published and viile, Antone, Aihwood, Canyon
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* 1* ie Fri ( will be mailed free upon application. John Day City and Fossil.
F A M O U S H O P G O LD BEBR.
raar-v *l«ctton law.
In states Address John J. Fulton Company.1
E. I*. WOObBUKY
and Im ported Wine-* and Curors
ir e corrupt politics have oh- pjQ Montgomery St. San Frail- C. E. LYTLE,
is diligently cuco. Cal.
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