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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1904)
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Mitchell. Jbo cadres« is in bcok
formandit» printing and binding
, are excellent.
it is a fitting tri-
- bute to the memory of the late
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lend on one of the Oregon Kcil-
p r m .ia iiK D e v x c y 9 ati k d a y b y
road & Navigation ConDpanv’a
palatial river steamers, (ib* T. J.
Potter being queen of river flyers)
Entered May 31st, 1903, at Bend, Oregon, as
second class matter, under Act of Congress p rofid «lit.
the excursionist it carried through
o f March 3rd, 1903.
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its harbor where fly the Hags of
8 r J JKC KI PT IO N It A T ES :
The mining districts ef Colorado many nations. The twelve miles
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(No subHcriptiona taken for a shorter term.)
are in a turmoil
almoat on ,b ® Willamette river are qutek-
^7 made, and, after ealuting the
SATURDAY, JUNK 11, 1904.
tions are frequent, and the latest liovernmeut lighthouse, marking
junction at the two rivers, the
Japan has offered to enter into a outrage is the destruction by dvna-
upon boat swings into the Columbia for
treaty with the United Slates and mite of a depot platform
Great Britian agreeing to tho limi which a crowd of non-union men 1 tke triP ‘1®WI> »‘ ream. The morn-
tation of Japanese immigration to wero standing, killing eleven per- j *nI> '* °lear (generally so from»
America and Canada. This propo sons. The mine owners association June until September), and a mag-
sition of Japan ia a little surpris claims to have discovered at labor nific« nt and inspiring eight meets
ing on accont of the small arsa headquarters a large number of th® °ye ai the 6W®«P »round tho
*• made five snowcapped
and large population of the island photos of persona objectionable to
Mouut Hood, Mount Adams,
empire. China entered iato «uch
a treaty but not willingly. She
was forced to make it as law«
would have been passed anyway
by emigre»«. Japan is doing what
S. R O W E ,
a nation ought to do— that is to whose names were on these lisle river, past villages, sawmill», fish-
134 Third St., Portland
C e n e ral Agent.
The ¡ng fleets, salmon canneries, p«r-
care for the future of her people. were slated for destruction.
From the enlightenment shown by mine owners have not beeu entire- pendiculur basaltic bluffs, and
the Japs in the war with Russia, ly free from blame as they have pretty side-hill farms, the boat
it is safe to «ay that, the Asiatic had the state militia under their pursues its way. 1 he majestic
countries will soon he a field for control and some of the things 8* eeP of the river is awe-inspiring,
Japanese energy that will employ done under military rule would be Granually tho shores grow, farther
in the richest grain, fruit and
If Colo- »p»rt and, scarcely realizing that
the whole nation. The Japanese condemned in Russia.
can do more for Asia than any rado cannot control her citizens by l^e ®ve hours have been consumed stock section in the world. Thous
white nations are able to ac lawful methods the United States in making the trip, the boat «teams ands of acres of land at actual eost
complish on account of racial may find it necessary to take con-, alongside the wharf at Astoria.
sympathy. Therefore she can af trol as Cleveland did at Chicago) One hour from Aetoria, through
t&*> f»mnus fishing waters of the Booklet and Map fret.
ford to save her people from menial in the early 90’s.
! Columbia, past scores of salmon
Better still, see the land.
service in a Caucasian country.
. i traps and nets and ss manv white
With a higher standard of living
The election returns on local
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, . bill carried.!
. . I winged
boats, , I'.nds
the passen Deschutss
in Asia trade will prosper and option «how
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Sales Agents, Bend, Or.
Europe and America will he gain The cities voted against it but the ) gers at Ilwaco, on Baker’s Bav. j
where connection for bench points ;
AR R IVE
D K I-A n r '
country voted favorably lo it.
is made with trains on the Ilwaco
Very lew cities ever vote for pro-(
Railway it Navigation Company,
Portland ;Salt Lake, Denver, Ftn
Election returns in this county hibition, us a prohibition town is ;
Special W orth. Omaha, Kansas
whose ears stand on the wharf
]*:*25p.m. City, 8t. Louis, Chicago 12 :32 p .m
are very curious.
the usually very dull whatever the i
Hunt- and East,
awaiting the steamer.
amount of cutting done no one cause. Country people, however,
Beach, where the surf bathing is
A tla n tic
seems to have kept party lines in do not look at the matter in the
Express Salt- Lake, Denver, Ft.
unexcelled, at low tide is from 2001
12:22 a. m . W orth, Omaha, Kansan G :11 a. m.
There is one same light as the city man and
Hunt- City, St. Louis, Chicago
to 400 feet wide, twenty-three
ington. and East.
In S t a t e of O r e g o n ,
thing upon which the county can cares little what effects the busi - 1
miles long ai^l so compact that a
congratulate itself, and that is that ) ness of cities,
Free to those who will pay
St. Paul ¡W alla Walla, Lewiston,
carriage or wugen soareely leaves a
Fast Mail ¡Spokane, W allace, Pull-
from §5 to $15 per acre for
clean, capable men were put up by ,
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p. m.fman, Minneapolis,
St. 3 :30 a. m.
trace upon it. Scattered along the
Paul. Duluth, M ilwaukee
all pnrtios. Many of the men who
Postmaster Bancroft, of Port- beach are hundreds of cottages and
Spokane C hicago, and East.
Perpetua Water Right
were defeated Monday would have lanfJi fa« resigned and a new post- hotels in which summer life is an
To the Columbia Southern Irri
made most creditable officiais, i master will he apDoiuted shortly. unceasing round ef pleasure from
H O U R S
PO R TLA N D to C H IC A G O
NO CHANGE OF CARS.
1 hi i h.ction seemed to have turn Senator Mitchell defended I>an- the opening until the closing of the
Lunds located in the De
ed largely upon the matter of per-j croft loya]iy iHlt the department .„«son. The much -treacle« “ Re-
For particulars as to rates aw l route addr ess,
political was insistent and the resignation BOrt Mosquito” is unknown and no
County, Oregon. Water
J. II. FREDRICY. Agent. Riirgs Or.
now on land.
astuteness. Fach precinct seems resulted. Bancroft was not pop- venemous snakes or insects are
descriptive pamphlet to
to have had its own favorites and ular with some of his subordinates foll,,d.
The thermometer rarely
to have supported them loyally, mid his mistakes were said to g o '8 above 80 degrees in July or
Ihe campaign was gentlemanly have been reported to postal in- August, but light overcoats, fires
spectors with the above results.
morning and evening and blankets
The Southwest Limited Kansas City
to Chicago, the Overland Limited to
Chicago via,Omaha, and the Pioneer
Limited St. Paul to Chicago, fun via
C h ic a g o , M ilw a u k e e & S t . P aul
R a ilw a y .
Each route oilers numerous attrac
tions, The principal.tiling to insure
a quick, comfortable trip East is to
see that your tickets read via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
rREE LAND n OREGON
S hojçt L ine
«U» union P acific *
Five Dollars for a
2 7, O O O
Acres of Land
B . S. C O O K
251 Alder St.,
at night are comfortable during
Rales for accommodations at
North Reach points are reasonable
and vary lo suit the visitor. At
houses rooms range from twenty-
*",v® cen,s lo 0118 dollar a day ; at
realm .ants, meals run from twenty-
five to fifty cents; and at the
Aineriogn-plan hotel», the charges
range tram on* dollar a day to two
dollars and upward.
Dozens of delightful side trips
may be taken from the beach into
a country of wild and picturesque
beauty, quiet and secluded among
hills and foieats, w i t h hunting and
in native haunts
1 mted States Life Saving stations
>nd lighthouse», crauherrv farm»,
grounds and canneries,
For particulars about tha trip to
y orth B#ach nsk the riCare8t o . R.
Governor Chamberlain in an
The men who have gained an
interview discusses the good this ospensive education in methods of
region would receive were the Cor handling political conventions are
vallis Si Eastern Railroad extend losers on account of the* new
ed even as far as the Deschutes primary law.
river. This is a fact. While it
might not do much for lumbering
unless it .« further extended, j , he oandidates
office ate now
nevertheless, it ought to be mutual over and they
know how it
ly advantageous for both the coun happened.
try and the railroad. Up to this
year there would have been neith
There won’t he any new faces in
er freight or passenger trallio suf
congress from Oregon.
ficient to make tho extension one
of unquestioned profit, but at
POPULAR OCEAN B E A C h .
present the trull'ic is suliicient and
the future is inure than promising Warty F r o m t h e I n t e r i o r P l a n n i n g
to S o e n d T h o i r V a c a tio n at tho
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Sea S h o re .
Ruth tbe lojal aption and pri-
marv «lection laws received ma-
Hundreds from Eastern tfiegon
joritie* at the election this week. tnd ' V^**»in»ton spent their vaca
This will end tbe old stylo of noni- lu>n at •y<0^t,'
ien a candidate for a
•tat« office hereafter desires u noni
iuatiou he will not vonsult the »ort of the North Pacific Coast will Si S. agent, or send ttfo cents in
political boss of a county, but will he visited by many more this year stamps to A. I.. Craig, general
find some way of reaching the than over within its history. The pasaanger agent,
people direct. The day when a change from a high and dry in ‘ ‘ Restful
few men could absolutely iicta'.e terior i Ititude to the sea level is which tells all about the Columbia
river summering places.
to a county is new past.
The trip on the Willamette and 1
Columbia rivers, out of Portland.
Sheri ; Starry has
is noe lon g to b remembered, the
J. G. Kelley, chief engineer of
more traitor» in his o
a summer c Arnpon the D I
P. Co., has resigned
»ult < ‘ he Iah' -U m tie
ed t v a centi
and returned to Fort-
Eifert i ve February 15, 1903.
WEST ^ BROCK. Props.
Choice brands of Liquors,
Beer and Cigars, and
Fancy Wines, Ciders and
Cordials for Family l so.
S T A T IO N S
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82 Fourth Street,
For sale and for rent. Cash or
easy installments. New and sec
ond-hand. o f all kinds. All makes
repaired, and work fully guaran
teed. If you need a machine, o f
any make. W itt*
W ñ cox
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j Typewriters :
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B r a k ln v llle
G r a s s V a lle y
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No. 6 Broadway.
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