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The Bend Bulletin
Knttrnl MtKh 16, 190J, l DtKhulM, Oregon,
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SKPT. ii. 1903
WHAT OF OUR TIMUUR?
"What shall vc do with our Urn
ber?" nsks a man who has a claim
in the Upper Deschutes valley. "Is
the country k'B develop so we
can make use of our own tinilwr, or
must we sell out to the syndicates
that seem to be willing to hog the
whole thiiiR?" continues our cor
respondent. "The government has
withdrawn so much laud in this
.section from entry that it discour
ages general development and it
looks to me as though wc small fry
would have to take what we can
get now or stand a good show to
lose the whole.'
This view is tco gloomy. It is
that of a man who has little faith
Our timber lauds urc all right, if
the government has withdrawn a
large area in the Upper Deschutes
valley. Remember, it is only the
government land that has been
withdrawn aud there is compara
tively little of that left. Nearly all
the desirable timlicr is in private
It is probably true that few of the
people who have taken timber
claims will be able to make profit
able use of their own timber. The
tendency of the time is to bunch
the claims into large holdings so as
to be worth the while of capital to
come in and develop the resources
of the country. This is a legiti
mate movement. Our forest or
other resources will not develop
themselves. Development -will not
come from the people who sit
around and growl because others
are trying to do something.
It has been demonstrated that
capital is not safe coming into this
country unless it comes in quantity
sufficiently strong to carry its ends
regardless of the people who stand
ready to sandbag it. This is not a
pleasant thing to say, and we should
probably fight if anybody else
should Say it of us. But it is the
ugly truth and to look the matter
squarely in the face may help us to
mend. Because the same spirit has
been observed in other localities
will not help us. We ought to
make it easier for those who come
here with money and energy to ap
ply to development of the native
wealth of the country. Of course
they will make money here; it is
folly to expect them to come here
and lose their money. But when
they make money the rest.of us will
Unquestionably it would be bet
ter to have a lot of smaller diversi
fied industries established here than
to have a few fat syndicates rule us
and drain our resources. But wc
haven't the money necessary to de
velop those industries aud we make
it decidedly unpleasant for those
who bring in the money. There
fore, we need not expect capital to
do much with our timber until it
can come in shape to protect itself.
In this view of the matter the
dealer in timber lands is a neces
sary factor. Through him the in
dividual holdings can be combined
in groups large enough to be self
protecting, and, therefore, attractive
to large capital.
Of. course, there will be all kinds
of schemes for getting claim owners
to part with their holdings. In
general it may be said that it is un
wise for claim owners to tic them
selves up for unreasonable lengths
of time without some advance pay
ment. It is pretty certain that the
value of timber land will increase
as time passes and the man who
gives an option for a year on his
timber claim simply makes the oth
er fellow a present of one year's in
crease in value, whatever that may
be. The man who wants such an
option ought to be willing to pay
something for it. At the same
time an option for a few months, in
order to give time for getting a
bunch of claims together, cruising
them and arranging for their sale
to the capitalists who cannot afford
to fool with individual claims, is not
It is to be observed that the use,
upt the mere possession, of.our val
uable forest resources will open up
this country. That use will not
come from a numerous baud of pro
prietors. They are not equipped
for making use of the timber.
There is u big work for the middle
men here before our industrial
hopes arc realized as to our timber.
Why doc's Congressman William
soirlatnbtfst Secretary Hitchcock on
his forest reserve jwlicy mid then
express surprise that his recom
mendations for land office or other
apiHMntmcnts receive no attention?
Congressman Willinnusou would
not grant many favors to a man
who should ridicule him. It is true
that our statesmen should be made
of sterner stuff, but they are not.
If this forest reserve jMilicy is n pet
hobb) of the administration, as is
alleged, the hostile criticism of con
gressmen will not win the appoint
ments that are so precious.
And now the Oregouiau scorns to
have joined thecompauy that thinks
local consent essential to a proper
forest policy. Locally the jicoplc
don't give a rap for the future;
they want to get their hands oil the
timber and convert it into cash
now. Let the future look out for
itself, they say. Not so with re
sponsible ofltccrsof the government,
however, who must, if there be
spark of patriotism in them, sec
that the general and permanent,
not merely local aud temporary,
welfare of the country is promoted.
Local, selfish interest is frequently
against the general good.
IVt Mini. llnal iTeaf
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V S. I J ml ofSer. The Dalle. OrrjMHi.
Agul 4. 191
Notice I hereby given (bt( Henry W Card,
of sitter. Ottgua. hat Med Hotiee unnleullmi to
wake proof eti hltHctt lautl cU u So yg. for
the H h M and Vou j ami 4 tec 4. tp 15 1. r 1 1 e.
w m, Ixforr J J smith. Cow ity Clerk. t Ititw
vtlU. Orcgnu.ou MiimM)', the fiat da) uf Sep
lie name the foUowInt; nitueie to prtxre the
ctxatilete irrigrftMiu aud rectamotMMt ol mM Uimi
Clvdv. Jubnaon, George I) Tuylc r, K II SprWa. M
SI Thotuat, of !tter. Oregon
ai4-ti MICIIAHI. T MILAN. Kegitler.
Timber Land, Act June j. ir-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. B. Land Office. The Dallet, Oregon,
Xotter it hcrtbjr glren that In ceuipllaitcr wl
the protltlnni of the Aft of Cong-ret of June
Mmen.ixr 4. lyaj.
in compliance wun
outre of tune t.
itS. entitled. "An act fur the ule of timber lauii
In the ttatet of California, Orrgsn, Nevada, and
Wathlngtoti Territory," at ttlended to all the
public land ttatrt by Act of Aurut 4, I?'. the
f'tllowliig.namcd pcrtunt hare filed In (hit office
their twuni ttatcmeutt, to-wlt
of The Dalle, county of Watco, tlate of Oregon;
worn ttatement No i7. filed Kept is. 19". tor
the purchase of the tet ec 9, tp ly t, r 10 c,w 111.
of Albany, county of Linn, ttate of Oregon,
iwurn statement No 4, filed June 4. iyu, fur the
purcbatcof the twtf tec 14, tpi9". r toe, w in.
Lew It I' Terhune
of Abtanjr, county of Linn, ttate of Oregon,
worn ttatement No 47. filed June 4, 1 90 , for the
purchate of the tcK tec JJ, tptyt.r toe, wm.
John K Lee
of Denton, county of hwlfi, ttate of Mlnneauta.
tworn ttatement Nofcij.nlrd June 19, ijj, for the
purcbatcof the i( tec 11. tpiga, r me, w m.
of Anita, county of Cat, ttate of Iowa, tworn
ttatenwHt No 714. fiWd July J, lv-. for the pur
cliatc of the u, tw and life oc',' tec J, tp 11 1,
r 10 e, w ui.
of Harrington, county of Lincoln ttate of With
IMgton, tworn ttate ment No ;jj, tiled July J.lyil.
for the purchateofthe nh nj aud wl 11 tj;
tec , tp ii a, r 10 e. w in.
That they will offer proof to thow that the land
tought It more valuable fur itt timber or tlone
than for agricultural purpovet, and to ettablith
their cUlmt to tald land before the Kcgitter and
Kecviver at The iMlIet, tireguu, ou Tuetday,
the ittdayof Iecciuber, 190J.
They naiue at wltuettet. !eo Ilatet, Allen N
lleuner, of llend. Orj John McTaggart. Charlet
II) e, of The Dallet, or. Kyal llutchlnt, I II
lluuhinr. Lewi 1 Terhune, John llutchlnt. of
Albany, or, A L I'ctrie, J 1 Mciltlion. of 1'ort
UIhI. Or, W I! Stinger I II I'rather, of hktic,
Wain C A Johntou, of Nrgord, Minn, C A Ctrl
on, of .'.(unlock, Minn, Mary Taylor, of Har
rington, Wath, II L Hichardtou, W II Taylor,
K A Tatlor, of Wiotr, Iowa, l)on Taylor, of
Any and all pcraout claiming odrertely the
alxve-dcrlbcd laud arc requeued to file (heir
cUlmt in tint nibec on or before the tald Itt day
of December. 19a)
tunij MICIIAHLT NOLAN, Utgl.ttr.
l-ASfiliNCIIK TkAIN TIM It CARD,
I'.fltcllve I'cbruary I), 190J.
Hay Canyon Junction.
Daily ttage connection! at Hhanlko for Alltel
oi, frinetllle, llend, llurnt, hilvcr Lake, Lake
view, Mitchell, Dayville, Aiitouc, Atliwood, Cuu
you City, John Day City, and I'ottil.
1!. D. WOOnilliKKY,
C. 1. I.YTL15,
C, I', and 1'. A.
Timber t.ml, Ait June j, !?.
NOTICE b'OR PUULICATION.
V. S, Land Office, The 1)MI, Ore gun,
June iS, lU. ,
Notice It hereby glen (lint In vumplHMicc wllh
Ihe piuvitlunt iiflhe Act of Congiej of June .,
l, elillUeil, "An act foi Ihe anliurilinberUiiilt
ill ine ttaiea 111 ijiiiiiiriiin, nrKiin. .-.cxnm,, ,im
Vliliiilini fctttloty." t extciHlnl to all the
public land HMh by Art of Anlt 4. ity. he
fiiltiiwliiRni;iel perwiithave lilol Itt Hilt oince
ineir itoiii tiHietiietii, ivwu
Ira W Cage
of M oliler, county of Lincoln, tlate of Wathlng
toti, morn ttatement Nn i4, tiled Nor J. 19),
for Ihe purchate of the et nr and 11 M eH tec
lj, tp 18 t, r l e, w m
l'iel C Meyer
oft Hij Hatch tt, HpnkaHe, eminty of HtHilwHe,
title ut Wxthluutoii. tnorn ttntiinrut S' I4J,
Blel Nv j. tow, for the pMielwte tf tU wR
nw, eH liwjfaml nei K tec lj, tp 18 a, r it
e, w hi
ufSiHiktmt, count) of SMknue, ttate of Wah
iiiglon, twf 11 tlaiemelit No 1181. flltd 8ehl J.
lyut. for the iurhae of the K te( aim iim
w h tec t), tp la , r r. w 111.
That thy will ofter proof tothow IImiI Ihe UimI
Mniaht I more vnluiblr for Itt limber or Mowe
than for agricultural mrxtt, ami UiellIKh
their elaliiM loxm la ml hefWe the KeaHMet tmt
Ktcetrer at Tile Utile Oregon, on Wnluewlay,
Ihe 14th Uy of Oclob r. "fl
The name at vi,Hetrt (leofge II Tavlor,
Krwl 0 Meyer, and Julia Ttniiy. of hpnlutn,
Wath. Willkm II Kroek. ufHetHl, or, Martha A
age and Ua W fage, of Uohler, Wath.
Any and Ml pertont cw I ml tig ailMely the
abovetleaerilml UndatereMetrrtl In file their
eltlint In (hit HlAre imi or befbrc the tald 14II1 day
of u. tuber, urn
ly4ij MICII.MIL T. NOLAN. Kegltter.
Tlmlier t,aml, Art June 3, iftfrt.
NOTICE EOR l'UlJiriCATlON.
U. S. Land (lifter, The IUIIm. Orrgn,
May ii, lv.
Notice I titrrUy gtren that In ewHiuHawoe wllb
the provl.toiit untie Art of Cmtgreat of June p,
iT, eHtillen, "An act for the Mtecftlmber biHlt
In the ttattt of CalUitM. Oregon. NevtuU, ami
Waihlngtotl TeteMory.-' at eiteH,l to an the
public land ttalat b Aft of Aat 1. IM. the
folio Ihi-imihoI ptoHt have on Otl 1;, tyw.
Alcd In (Tilt olflev then- tworn tatcnteutt, to-wtt
of Milan, county ufnpokanc, tlate of Wt.hliig
ton, morn ttateaaent No 1 jtj, foe ht Hhae
of the 1)1 e!,' aiid tH twX tec jj. tp 18 1, r w e,
Ia M Carter
of MlttK.eotuUy fto.e, tlate of Wathlng
toti, imtMii ttatcmeul No ijt fue thpnrlMef
Ihe t H n , tef nwandlnt j tec j, tp to t, r
10 e. w 111.
of MIUh. ealtilrofifo.ane, Ue of WatMng
ttM, tworn tiaiemeat No ijas, for Ihe pHfhte
of the urlf ;, tf it, r we, w m
Care C Conghtton
of MIUH.ciMihtyof tVpoltH. ttate f Wa thing
Uw, twoeri ttttemeM No ijm. for Ihe pttMc
of the t, tteli. it'i ( and Wl we I. tp if ,
r lae. w m.
That (hey wHI offrr proof la howlht the kml
towghl It More valttanV for lit llmbr or tttme
than for agitcullural partaMe. and lo etiaMMl
Ihrlr Ctalmi to MM toad l fore the MeeWer 4H1
Keceietrat The Datlea, tHegon. on rhnrlay,
thr 4th day at fttptewber, lJ
They iwate at uHuturt J I' CooeirUHi, C C
Cotighlofi, II Carter lieu Merle, I M Carter, of
Milan. Wath, John J Howling, of flpokane,
Wuth. and Ira Itham. ofLanuten Wah
Any and alt eMi cUlmiiHt adeertely Ihe
alxvtMleterlbetl Ikurfi are renoattett to file their
elalnit In thltHiflee oh or before the taM 14th
day of September, W
luto-tu aiiviiAiti. 1 ,in., Krgmer.
Detert Land, final preef
NOTICE FOR JUHLICATION.
I. H. Laud Office, The Utile. Oregon,
AugHt 18, ivtj.
Notice it hereby given thtt Mary Cyrut, ol
Liniontt, Oregon, hat filnl netkc of Intention
to make proof 011 her deaert-taud claim No loo,
torthceli nwUi(Knr)( audlmt 1, 1, J and 4
tec 7. tp ijt, r II f. w m. Uforc J. J. Mmlth,
County Clerk, it Pfinrvllle. Otegon. oil Tuewlay,
the 9tll day ofNrtteinler. 194.
Mir name Ihe following wtnee to prove the
complete irrigation and rrcUmttmo of tald land
Aintrew J HuMe, Walter Uuble. of Cuteer, Or
Henry WCarlln, Herbert Hitter, of Slttcrt, Or.
anij MICIIAHI. T NOLAN. Kegitler.
Timber Ltnd, Act June J, 1878.
NOTICE FOR 1'UIILICATION.
U. 8. Mod Office, The tulle, Oregon,
' Jhhc $. Htl.
Notlee I hereby given (hat In ewmplMiter with
Ihe prevltlont eftke Art of Conge of June 1,
1878 entitled, "An art for (he tale of tlmltf Ultilt
In the ttatet of Lalifornla, Oregtm. Nevada, and
WathlngttHi Territory," at eitendctl la all lb
pHldic lamt ttatrt by Art of AugHtt 4. 1894, the
liillowtng-iiaHteil prrtont have m Nor 17, iyf,
tiled In thitolltce their tworn tlittnienti, to-wlt.
of Clarkttou. county nf Atotlii, ttate of Wath
Ineton: tworn ttilciiieol No Mil. for the our.
chateof the nw) tec 11, tp 191, r 11 e, vr m,
of I'efjutmlng, counly ofllaraga, ttate of Michi
gan, tworn tlaleMeut No 1J09, fur the purchate
01 me uc; tec 11, tpij t, r 11 e, w ni.
HueoW 11 Kcllrren
ofCtarkttnn.cuiintyuf Atotln, tlate of Wathlng
toti, tworn iiaitintfii mo ijua. tor ine putcnate
oflhe tetf tec li.lplQt, r II e. w m
That they will offer proof to thow thtt
(lie laud ton jilt It more valuabl for itt limber or
ttone thtn for agrteullifral puriu.'t. and to
tabtlth their cltiint to taM land before the Kegl.
leraud Kecelierat The Dallet, Orrgou, on Fri
day, the iyd day of October, 19m
They name at witnettet Oliver Johnton.
Arnt Anne, Her 11 1 Mltcn. of l'eiuaiiilng Mich,
Hugo W II Kellgrcnand Cart I'rcderlcktoii, of
Any and all perton cltlmlng advertety Ihe
aboveHlctcrild Uudt are rwjiictttd to Ale their
cJaimi lu thlt oflice ou or before the wld ijd day
of October, iuuj '
a79 JIICIIAHL T. NOLAN. Regltter
Timber Land, Art June J, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. H. Land Office, The Dallrt, Orrgon,
May if, l',J.
Notice It hereby given that in eoinpllancc wllh
the prnvltioiiiuMhe Act of Coiigrrt of June s.
In the ttate of California, Oregon, Nevada, and
Wathliiktuu Territory," at ettendol lo all the
public land ttatet by Art of Augutt 4, 1891, Ihe
following-named pertont have on Oct . !',
filed lu thit otfice thtfr aworil atatcmeiilt, to-wll:
Jamet M. Fleming
of The Dallei, county of Wittoo, ttate of Oregon)
tworn ttatement No IJ4J, for the iw( tec J, tp
19 , r lj e, w in
Charlet K. Klmll
Of Portland, coimly of Mulluomah, ttaleof Ore
gon; tworn ttatriiieul No i)47, for tin: (hi rebate
of the tie;; tec 14, tp 19 a, r 13 e, r m.
Hniett V. Muildox
afl'orlland, county of Mulluoiiiah, ttate of Ore
gou; tworn ttatement No 1348, for the purchate
of Ihe tic!, tecjj, ipi9t. r ije, win,
Amila- C!. &taddoK
of Portland, county of Multnomah, ttate of Ore
gon, iworu ttateineut No 1349, fur the purelmtc
of the tejj" tec ji, tp 19 a, r 13 e, w m.
Thatthey will offer mooflo thow that tlteland
tought it more aluaflc for lit timber or ttone
than for agricultural puroie, and to ettablith
their claim to uul land before the Kegltter and
Keceiver ut The Dalle. Oregon, 011 l'rlclay, the
jjd dty of October, 190J.
They name at '.llnttwt, Charlet It Kindt, lr
neat V'Mkddoi. Aimlr C Maddox. of Portland.
Or: Kiiiiua A I'leiiilug, Jaunt M I'teiuliig.ofThc
Auv aud ull Mruini rlaliiilinr advcrtelv the
abovvdetcribcl Uudt arc ruinccd to file their
clulmt In thlt olHcc 011 or before the tald 73d day
of October, lpj
B7-C9 MICIIAIiL T. NOLAN, Kegltter.
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