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Z. R MOODY,
General Commission 8 Forwarding Merchant
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS WAREHOUSE
Prompt attention id to tboe who f-or we with their patronage.
THROUOII 1-KOiM 2Nl) TO SltANIKO IN ONI! DAY.
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THH M!W WITHWRAWAL.
la the ateewee of ofeawt lusowi-1
odge s to the purpos of tb fflv-l
ctmmwt m withdrawinjc a xje!
timet of toad m Cealnil Oregon
tram entry, the amtter is much of a
mystery. From the manner of the
withdrawal it migat be judged tact
a a)w forest res-erve is in couteaj
pJaUon. VitbdrHis under the
navtlonal irrieirion law do not ex
chtde boHteatead entries, but all
ch4sasof entries are excluded in
the withdrawal made in Central
Oregon hist week.
This withdrawal from entry is
not necessarily or probably perman
ent. No reserve is created by H.
It b a step preliminary to the crea
tion of a reserve. It is designed to
give the government opportunity to
examine the region with reference to
the advfeabttity of making perman
ent reserve. It is practically cer
tain that the boundaries of the per-
manent reserve (if one becreated) ; ZllSTLkm
vviH not be the same as those of the ;
preKmiaan withdrawal. To what
extent the limits will be reduced
cannot, of course, be known in ad
vance of official action.
Prom the best information avail
able It appears that about 122 town
ships, embracing some 2,800,000
acres of lead, have been closed
against new entries. Of these. 13
townships are in The Dalies district
and 107 townships are in the district
of lands subject to sale at Lake
view. Of the 2,Sco,ooo acres in
cluded in the 122 townships, not
much more than half remain va
cant, and the vacant area includes
a huge acreage that is worthless for
any purpose. It afeo includes
ranch land that is scantily fora-ted
or carries unmerchantable timber.
Roughly it may be said that the
more desirable half of the entire
area is already in private hands and
that of the remainder one half is
arid and treeless and the other half
is more or less undesirable.
The foct should not be lost sight
of that this withdrawal affects only
the government land. Private
holdings or lands on which private
rights have been established in ac
cordance with law are in no wise
aJected directly. All entries ac
cepted up to the end of Jury will
stand and the entrymen may pro
ceed to perfect title as if there had
been no withdrawal order and bold
their land as long as they please.
The government cannot in time of
peace take private property without
due process of law. and people who
lmv established rigbu in land need ,
not fear interference on account of
the recent order.
It is oaey to overestimate the ef
fect of this withdrawal upon the
progress of Central Oregon. At
hast 75 per cent of the valuable
timber has already passed under
private control. The government
cannot reserve that. The area of
land taken is so great that even the
creation of a reserve could not bottle
up the timber resources. Trans
portation lines can go wherever
there is need for them in the forest
and keep on pri,ate )and. The
timber can be logged and manufac
tured regardless of the reserve. A
careful view of the situation brings
out the fact that practically the only
interest to suffer is that of the tim
ber cruiser and land locator. His
business in the withdrawn area is
As to the preference right of con
testants after land has been with
drawn from entry, the practice does
not appear to be entirely .vrttJed
thoush the trend of dectaion is
against aHWiiur soch trenrrence.
The mere withdrawal of the land
from entry will probably not defeat
the arefcrence of a succet-aful con
testant, though the definite creation
of a reserve by proclantatiott of the
president would destroy soch pref
erence unlc-fe proTWon were made
in the terms of the prodematien.
What makes the purpose of the
new order so mysterious is that
whole townships of desert, where
not an entry has ye( been made,
and other whole township in which
all the land is taken, are included
in the withdrawal. What can be
the purpoec of such action?
Rev. C. H. Lake, rector of St
Paul's Episcopal church of The.
DnDes, wul hold divine ierrkes in
the hall over the store of the Mead
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Ha-ing in over with in th vian
itr. Mr. Drake and Mr. Sbemore
hae each a comforubk and able-
bodied stack of several tons. Mr.
J Drake's hay is mostly rye, seeded
in we spring on ory iana ana
grown without irrigation, and i
only about one-third of a crop.
Siwmorc's meadow yielded a little
as that was on bottom land
'and irrigated besides, though his
is a wild meadow grass.
George Schkcht returned Mon
day evening from l'riaeviuc, where
he got out last week's edition of
the Deschutes licho. one day kua.1
To get out a paper on three dayr
notice requires considerable labor
and materUI. but Bro. Schlecht and
the Review office were equal to the
occasion. The edition is a credit to
both. We understand that the Re
view office will continue the publi
cation of the Echo until the latter
has a new plant shipped in to Des
chutes. Postmaster StaaU last week sent
in a request for monev order facili
ties here and H is expected the
necessary formalities will be com
pleted in time for opening a money
order department about the first of
October. A letter from the post
master to the second assistant postmaster-general
akhtg for such a
service, and the execution of a
proper bond, is all that is necessary
to get this public convenience. The
income to the postmaster from issu
ing money orders is less than trom
the registration of letters.
A. L- Hunter and C A. Dano
returned Wednesday evening- from
a trip up into the limber of Klam
ath county, in township 37. where I
they went 10 days ago after a camp ,
outfit left there some weeks ago by
timber cruisers. One of the horses
of their team gave out and wasivnTrrv wow mrttr ir ATrnx
inwa w tor a wuu none inat gave
aa at t i t k ,
promise of usefulness.
new beast proved so fractious
be iniicled fatal injury on
and cued, leaving tut one horse to
pull the loaded double wagon home.
This he did nobly, and the distance
was more than too miles.
Rev. C. H. Lake, rector of St
Paul's Episcopal church of The
Dalles, has been in llend all this
week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
M. Drake. Mr. Lake is an enthus
iastic devotee of Izaak Walton, and
has speut considerable time on the
banks of the river here in pursuit
of the elusive rainbow and redside.
This feature is rarely to be met with
in members of the doth, but it
speaks eloquently of a happy and
healthy disposition within the man.
Besides, just think of the fish stor
ies, every one of them true, with
which his congregation will be re
galed when "their rector gets back
to The Dalles!
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Leave Shaniko A p. m.
Arrive Prlnevitk ft a. m.
Leave Prinevilht 1 p. nt.
Arrive lleud 6:jo p. m.
First-Class Accommodations for the Traveling Public
PASSENQER ASD FKHflilT RATKS REASONABLE.
Tables supplied with all the
Wholesale and Retail Liquor House
Finest Brand of Liquor an J Cigar. Two itoori South of lUnk,
PRINEVILLE-SILVER LAKE STAGE LINE.
DICK VANDGVURT, Prop.
Carrying U. S. mail and passengers.
Leave Priweviite Mondays, Wednesdays and I'ridays. Freight and
PaMHtngers wnvbiued for Bend. Lava, Roaland. and Silver Mke. Good
rigs, eafuful drivers.
C. I. WIXN'ICK. Agent.
A. H. LI PPM AN & CO.
Stsres, Wall Papir.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
BOOTH & CORNETT,
Stock boarddtl by the day, week or month.
Fine Teams and Rigs, and Reasonable Rates.
Ptot-dasti Facilities for Handling Locators And Comjucrcml Travelers.
(Junk Scnice ami SatisfactKMi Ciiiirauteed.
Columbia Southern HoteL
RATKS FKOM $1.50 UP PIJR DAY.
Hot and cokl water on both floors. Maths for the use ot guests,
Kvery modem convenience at hand.
The dining room, .under the direct supervision of Mr. Kcency, is a
very model of tasteful, spotlosw elegance, and the service is equal to any
in the state.
All stagos arrive at and leave the Columbia Southern.
J. At, KUUNUY, Proprietor.
Iave Kami 6:jo a. tti.
Arrive Pritiuvttk ia m.
Leave Priweviite I p. m.
Arrive Shaniko t a. im.
I)rliccien of the Season.
Kim t Caaawrraa
Bulldlajj Materials, Etc
& Redby Feed Barn
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