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arie» ere ridiculously inadequate.
The office of county superintendent
Prni.fSHCD EVF.HY SATURDAY BY
of schools is one of such etTiees
DESCHI 1 ES PUBLISHING C O M P A N Y .
The salary is $400 and $200 ex-
P. R o u a n , E d itor .
- pense account is allowed.
a lu' Qrtìriwtfs lErhfl.
.May 31 at. 1908, Rt Bend, Oregon, as
aeeond class matter under Act of Congress
o f M arch 3rd, 1908.
k n o w til« large
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Italy now iuniish the bulk of'ths
inmigratio». This is a conditori
that will soon reduce the standard1
of this country to the standard af
living which prevails in Europe.
F a m ou s T r a in s
The Southwest! Limited Kansas City
- districts into wnish trie county is
The suecess that has so far at- -
tibGhicago, the Overland Li in tied to
SIH SC KIIM ION K ATES:
divided, and how far these dis tended the Japanese arms is re
l ’er yea r
Chicago via Omaha, and the Pioneer
(N o s u b scr ip tio n s tak en fo r a s h o rte r term .)
tricts are apart.
The superin markable in many ways. Weak
Limited St. PauLto Chicago, ruse via
tendent must neaessarily have in cavalry they so- conduct their
SATURDAY, JUNE 1», 1904.
some other occupation, and there campaigns that the Russians can
Bryan ¡9 now engaged in op are few kinds of work that do not g*in no advantage from their ex- ,
posing Parker of New York. The require a man’s continuous atten- cellent horsemen. It is said that'
Nebraskan has put his ideas be tion and pfesence. No man hav- tt,e j apine8H have a small:
fore tho American public twice. i«g thj qualifications required by machine-gun which can be trans-
He is well understood and he hws tho office ought to be held respon- j ported oa the back of a horse and j
every reason to feel that the siblo for the condition of the j8 capahls of stopping u Cossack
American voters do not believe in school system of a large county charge. This if true shows how
Each-route offers numerous attr Ra
a large part of his political beliefs. like ours, and reseisreaa a reward carefully the Japanes» have pro-
tions,. The principal thing to insure
Bryan may console himself that the beggarly pittance of $33 a vided against Russia’s strong
a quick, comfortable trip East is to
he is wiser than the public, but he month. The salary paid the pres-! poi«ts. In the handling of the
sco that your tickets read via the
is acting like a child when he at ent superintendent has never been artillery the Japs have shown the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R a i l r
tempts to limit the democratic adequate, an<J *b0 salary for tne highest skill. At the Yalu river
partv to a platform contaiuing •••coming officer ought to be raised the batteries of the brown men
only his own ideas. Had Bryan se that he can afford to put his were
K ..S . R O W E .
been a great devotee of the demo
1 3 4 T h i r d S t., P o r t l a n d
C en e ra i Ager.t.
cratic party he would not have
permitted himself to enter in the to work for nothing. The salary were consequently helpless. In a
Bennett will case in which be for this county ought to be at least battle this week the Jape captured
sought to obtain secretly from an $1000. A school system is ah- thirteen of the sixteen guns of two
old man in his dotage a legacy of solutely necessary and' it takes Russian batteries, and the Rus-
$50,000. Ilia action in that cose monev to establish it. A great siaria claim tha‘
deal of the school dissension in | "as so accurate that the two bat-
in the liehest gia-in, fruit and
cannot he approved by any honest ,
! terres bad been ruined before their
stock section in the wo-rid. Thous
man. It was a descent to methods
no better than those of the most the county has been trying to get
ands of acres of land at actual cost
unscrupulous corporations upon something for nothing. Everyone
The Oregonian is now in a of irrigation.
which ho pretends to look with interested in the future of the peculiar position. It promised the
great disapproval. In speaking of county ought to interest himself in g»ed citizens of Oregon that were
h o r t ik e
Better still, see the Hand.
the methods used in New York te having this salary raised. The the president reflected, Hitchcock
put forward the candidacy of office of county judge is another would not again be a na-euiber of Deschutes Improvement Co
x d u n io n a c if ic i
Parker, he used the term “ burglar underpaid office. Every road dis the cabinet. Now comae Hitch
Sales Agents, Bebd, Or.
ious.” Yet this man was once a r ,,
cock with an interview id which
T IM E SCHEDULES
candidate for the highest ollice in of the county funds and the judge he claims the whole credit for the
Five Dollars for a
F R O M B I G G s. ( « »
see that the funds are proper-
the nation. There is just a possi most
,. , ,r,
. . ' victory in Oregen. lie says that
(jh ie a g o -
applied. Ihe judge must he
Pn?tlfui<l Sftlt L ake, D en vor. Ft.
bility that David B. Hill will ly
) the work he did in this state in
Special W orth , O m a h a , I San hah
: lift p.m. City . St. L o u is, C h ic a g o 12:32 p.m
make the nominating speech for familiar with the needs ei every 'showing up and punishing land
vii«, H un t- and E ast.
Parker at St. Louis, and if he does part of the county. He must in fraud is responsible for the large
A tla n t ic
Bryan will get a sutlicient answer. vestigate
republican majority giveiv the re-
E xp ress Salt L ake, D envoi?, Ft.
thousands ot dollars. He muet do
: 20*22 ft. m. W o rth , O m a h a , K ojinas 6:11 a. m .
A last year’s bird’s nest is an ob other
H u n t C itv , St. L o u is , C h ic a g o
duties, ana he is allowed the publican ticket. No dou.it Hitch-
an d East.
in g to n .
In S t a t e o f O r e g o n ,
ject of interest compared with princely salary of $50 per month cock is proud to discover that a
Brynn’s ' free silver” and his Kan- for all this work. The salary of majoritvvol Oregon people- are ad-
Eree to those wl «swill pay
St. Paul Walla W alla. L ew iston,
14&»t Mail Spokane, W allace, P nll-
• as' City platform. Bryanism* is the treasurer ought also he in- mirers ei 'honesty, and from this
from $5 to $15 paw acre for
0*64 p. m. man, Minneapolis-,
St. 3:30 a. m .
Paul, D uluth, M ilw aukee
dead and JsflWscnism now has the ¡creased a couple of hundred
time on he will spend bis time
Spokane Chieago, and BAs*.
ear of the country. Bryan is sow *ar,i I,er year-
| bunting land fraud and strength-
T o t h e C o lu m b ia S o u t h e r n I r r i
certain to holt tho democratic j
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H O U R S
g a tio n C o m p a n y .
i ening the party in Oregon. Now
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
party, and it will ho only his
Before election tho Oregonian t^e qU<8ti0„ remains whether the
N il C 1}A N U K 1>1< B A R S .
Lands located ft the De
chided Cougressuiau Williamson republican majority was- giver, be-!
HW p a rticu lars as to ratc^aiwd r o u te a<ldr ess,
for not canvassing his district. cause of Hitchcock’s work or on
J. H . F R E D R 1 C Y . A g e n t, B ig gs Or.
County, Oregon. W ater
now on land.
The western states are at pres When the returns were in it was account of the Oregonian's promise
a j that Hitchcock would bo driven to
descriptive pamphlet to
ent in a better financial state than found that Williamson had
tremendous majority. Even this | die
Oregon to give a
any other part of our country.
I did not satisfy the exacting Por»-i Su0,l “ ‘ ‘T” 11 ^
The sontlieru states probably conic
It points out thatl
next in order, as their chief pro- *ani^ P*P«r
Attorney General Knox has
251 Altiar St.,
uut deeply ini
-duct, cotton, has brought a re
i , price
that . Wii- Pe
the Wasco county
nnsylvawia to tali*» the place
, last two ysars. In
\ liamton people did the knifing.'
the East the |
» left vacant bv the death of Quay.
lumber market is overstocked, and : The opinion is expressed that Secretary of Navy Moody will take
Williamson should have been in
while prices are not low the
Knox’s place in the cabinet.
Wasco and disarmed his followers.
sales are net up to those of
Choice braimts of Liquors,
other rears, and the lumbermen From other sources we learn that
Fifteen sections j S land have
Wbealdon was interested in di
TABLE NO.. 8.
are holding for a rise. The iron
been added to the isrigation with TIME
Beer ttad Cigars, and
viding Wasco county, and that his
E l e c t i v e F e iS e tia r v 1 5 , lflO S i
trade is small and this has a !
drawals in Malheur- county. The
land a lie within rea»h of the pro-
noticeable eneet on the labor
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Fancy Mines, Ciders and
¡is said to he a Moody man, and j
! poaed government irrigation dam,.
market. The good condition in
this alone ought to have assured !
Cordials- for Family Use.
the western states is due to the
him a large majority, if we have
amount of capital that has come
J. M. Law ranee left for Prina-
• c from . the
. » East
. . and
i i lias been
in- I I read the Oregouian
6 Broadw ay.
vested in timber and other west
1 L eav
should Williamson coerce his pan
James Hunter-)eft for PrinewaLIe 1 Y U .
! L Y T L E
ern property. The business of the
pie into voting for Whealdcn” ’ Saturday moraia-g.
We*t is also done more on a cash
Q. C. Stsineusan. of Bend, rs- 1 M) - -
G ib s o n s
basis than in tbs East, and this That would he the act of a polili
io f a
S i n k 's
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accounts for a little of the pros-
lion may have a tendency to make
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S u m ra t
Mr. and Mrs. I.ippmaa *
that gentleman a little more sensi-
Argentine, one of the South !Uvt‘ lo Publ,° ®Pi,' i°n. Two year* over from Priaeville this week.
ago it was the Moody people whe Mr. Lippman was arranging his
American states, now exports mors
C hicago, M ilw aukee & S t . Paul
BEE LAND in OREGON
a r r iv
2 7 , O O O
Acres of Land
B. S . C O O K
S T A T IO N S
!j Typemriters |
wheat than our own country. llnj Moody’s star has disappeared
That country is being largely set beyond the horizon. He is today j store.
tied by Englishmen who are good a reminiscence in politios.
L. W. and \V. C. Hammer, J.
N. Commons and A. 0. Lawrence,
farmers. Wo aro now a poor third
as wheat growers
There is now a steerage passen of Seotts Mills, were visitors at
g«r rate on vessels from England this place during the week. They
This is unprecedented, are norw up the river, but uiav
\ lidi P nys
and the result is jin irtlux of
t o n turn a.iJ .'.at. L (re
! bor :.« that is likelf to swamp
Mis. tLitcliin*. dep-o'y org
D eM oes
M b ro
E r s k in v l)]«
G ra^ s V a lle y
B ou rb on
W ilc o x
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, write me.
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