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L. N. I.WliKTT, KlllTOU .(Ml l'liol'
SAITKD.YY. Jl.M0 1. I!"t'l.
District of Columbia, mi.! i-huuk! -- , , T T . .
, he b, acquitted, he chm Hv.in.lu. THE DaljLES HOSPITAL
state in perfect safety uiil nt peace
with his neighbors."
I The tlrot annual report of Dot
, e-rnor Allen, of Porto Rico, has
lu-en iniule public. Naturally, he
Kntared at the I'oytolVicti in iVine- niiya the government of which be is
ville, Or., as ccoud-eIass mutter. I(,0 l.,J js the- bent that could
t: -. - j have been given the island, and in-
TERMS j cidenUllv he tosses a few houiitiets
; at congress for its part in the work, i
I Ho explains the luck of progress ,
On year 1 5lon tho inland bv stating the ease !
Ms months ,. . , . . , ,
Thive months ft0j'itu which its natural products
- - i supports the natives without work, i
IfNot Paid in Advane. Tllil niay he true, but it doesn't'
One year (V exaetlv square with the cabled de- i
rlmhs' v.::::v :::: ::: if-ijrto laborer.!
r 1 1 , lor Hawaii, where they hope to
tt'ASHlXHTOX l.KTTt n. ;nake a better living than they
- - - ! have been able to do at home.
dr o.ir Rc-iui-r eorr-p.iui.-ni ) ; which appears in the papers at the!
Washington, .May 'J-l liUU. same time that Governor Alum's!
Tho pooli bah of the army Mid the: report did. i P,
idol of pink te.'is. oi!'u:i..l!v known ! - !
C. L. SALOMON
O. Box 01(3,
The Dalles, Oregon.
! Dr. Cline has sold SO acres of
his ranch at Cline Falls on the
: Pes Chutes river to A. K. Hammond
as Adjutant-General Corliin. has
scored again. He will go a junket
ing to the Philippine, and go
clothed with authority to make
any changes in iiuartcri.ig or pro.
Tiding for the soldiers that he niav
see fit without referring them to j Cilne Falls is conceded to be one
Washington for approval author-' of tl1' bt'8t flito fjr wtt!r powr on
ity which properly belongs only to 'lle Iv Chutes river. It is prac-
1.- f .u. .1 tie;illv valntKkss f.r anv olher
hue luiuuuiiiiti iti luen.uiv. HUUi' .- .- t , 2
1 , , . . , ilieneral Mutineers
uicii, as n matter oi :u-i, ne ti rui i- t - --p- ,
... . . . i - . i .i i candidacy
Miles has never been allo.ved to f umiMinmirre arc iiiousiuuib
- .f - . .. .... l l i. . : ......
exercise. Jt is announced that ul ULrr3 ul' a,ul UUH "le river 1111,1
ji .... l r. i.;.. enn he bought fnr one teiith nf the.
ucuci tti u'iuih it iu iu uic i inf . - - --r - j nol i ties in 1
inninps a the nernorittl rnnrw nta. price paid for this and better land i ( l. . " .
tive of Mr. McKinley and Secretary ' f" as ,he ld i concerned.
Root; that he is charged by t lie A- K Hammond, the purchaser,
latter with the duty of arranging a , is th Ciiief Engineer of the Colum
cheap scheme for t'he maintenance; uthem Railway company,
of tha armv in the Philimn'nes. ; ani1 we are ii'furmed, a brother of
which can be put in the annual re-: Tresident Haiumond of the
Dort of the seertftarv of war in the vallis Cc Eastern Railway. Tl
shape of a recommendation for ; 't eeaa, would give this deal some
congressional action, and by the ; importance as effecting the Rail
former with the task of finding out ' roilli prospects of Crook county,
anything that can be made use of! but which railway is to profit by
in his anuual message, to congress. 'his is a matter entirely left to con
Wonderful man, that fellow Cor- jecture.
bin! If he had not got into the Citne Falls has no present value
army, society and politics, he might! as a water power. We have no
raw material other than hand ling
tin: her, of much consequence ready
tor George W. MelWide, hose
loyal friend be was in the famous I
Senatorial tiht of ISO"). General;
Summers enters the contest with a i
! military fame won vi;h the Second j
! Oregon in the Philippines, and a!
' record from the Civil War. If the old ;
; and voting soldiers h ive .'invihiiig;
j to say about it, t hoi r choice will be!
Judge Cake's ! 1V,,I
ppeals to the young ;oNK Vkau . . .'.
man, for he i- one of them. Judge ; Six .Mosrils"
Cake made his ('ksi a inearaiicc in : Tiiiu'K Months
wh"n h was
elected Citv Attornev of Portland
AVilliam .1. Urvnii,
Kditor mid I'ablislior,
Dress GOODS, Boots and SHoes,
Gpoeeries, Hardware, and Tinuiare,
Cans and Ammunition, Groekery and Willom-iaare,
Cotilc Stoves, lledtin Sloven, Ctmip SIovch, mul Ranges
SlNOl K t'ol'V
i Sll06S Our various lines are complete, and in
' many lines are closing out vrry low
i piles. Call and exainine them.
SuttS Call and examine our Men's mid Hoy'
and get our prices.
HatS All kinds from .'." cents up. See them
before you buy eUewhere,
Doors and Windows Ail sites, atth
Whito Lead and Oils.
Mixed Paints and Varnishes
Our Bacon and Lard is of th Utt
best qutlity ai
w sail it cbtiip.
Cutlery Pocket Cutlery, Table Cullsry, aud
Trunk and Yalise All i int.
i Two years later he
i County Judge of
i County. Oregnnian.
have made a first class confidence
man. When it comes to persuad
ing somebody over him to give him
what he wants he never fails.
It begins to look as though there
was truth in the story of the ad
ministration having succeeded in
having the decision of the United
to utilize the vast power of the
Des Chutes river.
MeMeekin, Hawkins and others
can saw all the lumber needed by
the local luarkets for 20 years.
There are thousands of acres of
States supreme court in the insular , timber on that river that may be
cases held back until next fall, he- d'en to a saw mill at Cline Falls,
cause of its being adverse to the ! but it will take something more
McKinley policy. The court will ' tb"" a saw mill to develop the tim
adjourn Monday until October. It , ber industry of that part of Crook
may hind down toe insular decis- county.
ion that day. but if it does it will ! It require transportation
surprise men who are usuallv well "'"I transportation means railroad,
posted about such things, and odds ' 't e tle Columbia Southern'
have been freely offered, without Hardly timber is a commixlity
takers, that it will not.
Representative Davi", of
Jacksonville. Florida, district, is in : D" Chutes timber is to be con
A vacant chair ami a portrait ou top
wall strange symlKilsol sueeess! Vet,
in luny a Lkime thc-e are Oie svnihols
oi the success of the ta.ni who ilii! not
find time to care for his health, or neg
lected the iiK-reaMg warnings of .liscasp
which Nature gave
him. When the
am! food is tntjvr
fcctiv ihiresied and
a!-m.nu-.."i, it is
only a t;iie-tioa of
time until the
The tetTi:u-!i i the
very ce!:'.er el vi
tal jioweraii'i nnst
!e iLt't ui health
if sickness i to U
:nwi icil. t'octor
I'ii-ree'f O.c Men
':-.lic.-.! ! ,-.v. rv
the stoiti,u-ii r.nd
We will send the 1'l'VlKW and .
the Commoner for one c ir to any
address for UO, payment in ud
Send in your name and money
as soon us convenient m we ex- '
peet to send oil' a list in a shoi t !
Wagons and Alowinir Machines
t A. C1.1SK.
ll v,rmnt' r,-vi .terl it r tn nml liiehi.l-l-i-
nrril N- -i, lll l. ,tu. on pr r
., ntn: 'ii al llif flti-. .-I !ht- I I, ', r,..ur
llv t,l I't ! I,,., i ! i r.v.,k ciiiti, ly,
i ir. II
e tiuui I lie time
W-NTK1 Al TIVB MAS OK iOut CIIK A
. l,t Ueliirr il e..U,-l In Ori;.ii lor
ol.l flulrll-l.i-il n,miiilclurlli h.l,.l
hoii. j,'r. -ure ). lor.l mot
limn r(,rrtrie-' rr.ittrr.l our flrrnt
n htuk l " rilj- Ki,r!oe -,-lf .rpi
r,l umn-,l im-li. Mnnli ttirr. Thlnl
Klm.r, Ofurl-tflt SI . l'hl,-Kti
It will pay to hold your ordors.
he gEE fjll
THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY
U:. h iiicrfiusea
the '.:jl !v o! j itrt.
rich 1'lootl, ,t:il
iiwv tht N!y
strength to uil'.i
suiul the :r:!in
I v:t i',ro:i it !y the
Vtru)4;r;Ie fr sue
I he neiiel i re illoii
Ihg Val n IV to iioii-f
NKW STYJ.K PKl.r--
( 'on it Mini r th'iu.
! STOCK I N't is-
called innrr-tjon. hut af'rr trying i
0nt phvsii'uiiA tu t-t ,i ct:rr: " v
; upon which freight charge are not I i?"!,;-, "11
a. ' Kitrh nrl if if t. ad..im..l I hut I liu lorcne iu pit oi .toH. InSlur.
iiic "e" mg, cot!r,jiina ,
r. J tvr.
l extrna to wto ,-xrnc utic 'ts n iiv.-tnlr-j
to UhC Iff Picrcf ;). !?! M"'lic.i:
Vhington He says thu people verted into lumber for traiif porta-; of
of Jacksonville are meeting the lo Eia!erti luarketa ; a ruilroad her m,iKiiic 1 ever tri-ii. I !i-..n r. .-.;in
,. ... , . i-ti i. .i i , ! Hh rrom thr Urt H-ivf rc-t-mir.tni.ej it tc
great disaster visited upon the city ' wl"cn hauls t.iat lumber only a othrr. JUd cntsauc t ...i., -
in the same spirit that the orani; few miles ar.d then turn it over to' The sl-jish liver made active by Dr
growers of Florida met the destruc- another company who will recrive!
tion of their orange trees by frost : f,J PPr cent of it will Lh a liming
in iSflri a ilidatiter thru linnn n venture. Such a rnutt) would be
... , . , , , In tht: I'o'uilv I 'oi rl ..f I r.,-k t .iv m8t,.
contly ag the Jackson ville firi and , Coiumou Southern. i"r'.n, m h..- u.kiht ,.i n,,; ,-.iu- ;i
, A , 1 Smntlel Ijov-i-ii. (,-,
that the city will be rapid iv recon-: On the other hand the Cor-: motick h iikkhiv i.ivk.s -., ,m i .n:ni
Btructtd. ' vallis and Eastern forms a link in mJui:,1,t: J."'n
r'l .1 T..U ( f...K ,.r.lil u ,)ouloroH In h o lrun..nn. I .' " V I ' v,.r,. r,
Cur stock of Acmo Mowom, Hayrakee,
Jackson Hayforks, Carrlors, Dlocks, Der
rick irons and Track Hangers will arrive
and bo on exhibition at our shop about
Frank Elkins and Co.
A cperi.il linn for Children and t.ndiea.
Pierce's I'icauaiit I'cik-U.
EXKt.T TDK'S NoTli L
uxivu j.'. j. a.
.1. .!.' .J .j .J. .j-t .j $
1 1 A TS
j pre-mit the .u. I
; to tr.e tumi.-r. m it.
railntt In Pnnenil,!. 1 r-.fc r..rntv orL-.i,
hit, :x u 'h fr- n. th, .iiP i,..,...,i
I'ftted III li Mn 'in) nf A Tri I
M. I. ri.l.
TW Vnr inatinra ko ooi.l-iweean ten that the hnilnlnir of a I . ... jhk u-s,
mji. w, ,1 . . - o - r.m-in..r '11 uie t'-iaif 01 -urnu-. l.nAoa
: saw mill at Cline Falls is a railroad
Kentucky, expresses himself very j tinental railroad and if thi- is real , ;llh
vieorouslv about Ex Governor party in interest in this transaction I
"Kentucky standa in a false posi
tion bfore the nation today.
Within the state
for there is lumber wani k.o-acuvk man ok ionn n . .
itself there ban .enough in the Cascade mountains ,, eti,n-.i 'Vi'atl'.', -.r. :lr !' T', ...
been (tlrxiost a complete revulsion j to furnish a lucrative traffic for the j T"l::!y- "'Zi""Z
of such public sentiment as was 1 next 50 year3. j Sr "lSrZZXZZ '
j intra floor. ut.ii u,ru Ht., Luti'yo j
The Xorl Invest Live-Stock
ami Woo -Growers'
1I K.IIANT li'.f linii- lllittrllim nl
opposed to the efforts to apprehend
Taylor and bring him to trial, but
outside people know nothing of
The Irl R. ILcks 1&01 Alnianao. !
Wtiutijver may he xai'l of the w ienlific !
Though the state election is more '
than a year away, there are four
this, or t little about it that it has I weH-dehne-1 candidates for Oovenor I
... I:.. . T T r;.... ..c r..: !
riot altered me impression tnat ' " I Hick. ba 1,h yearly iSWMu of!
Taylor is thevictimof persecution, j County, and ex-btate Treasurer Phil ,torm alK Pan,er,' it a remrkahl
Many men who even yet hold Tay- j Metschan, County Judge William : fact that H-c-iiie Harnin of every 1
Jor blameless for the death of Ooe- M- Cake and General Owen Sum- J jt'"" "'""1 "l'i ve and .Iroiitl,, j
. . rj .1 j 11 . 1 I hva Uivn ,iuiiily urinleil in l, nu
bel, now believe that for the good njer. ' 1 ortland. Metschan, 1 ln0UH Almanac lor many year... 'Iim'
nf (he atata he should surrender Cake and Summers are allied with!111 "'artlinK iro..f of ihm fait m
, I. r e u 1 -, t 11 l"" t",, '-emriK lion of (fiilve.ftori, Texas
himself for trial. The testimony : the forceB of Senator Mitchell, I on Ve,y ,lay named by 1'rof. Ilii ks
nf former Governor Bradlev and I whils Govenor Geer has endeavored I hi" Almaime, one of diHUKinr
. , , ,- .' . I. 1 . i; ir. 1 r r t j bv Sturm uloi, II, e kri.K eoasls. The
Otberi, Das tended 10 UlSpel tlie lie- : "l"':" ""!. . m Almaiae, bv far the lineMt. niOHt
lief that a Goebel suspect cannot j he Mitchell people
I'liblir-liiil n Pendleton, Ore.
The Leading Pacific
itiKton. MKiln nI (Uhv It i thor
oitichly i l U'r mt ctfttlnh
iit-w nf tlir llv -t li worl'l, I'l-rtu-iliiTH,
Citrrt'-tMnii'nei ff prrchi'i of
ihi ililm wriiri on miiri-p, CaUt. ul
in.r-r. ami Vmnn S. tmn lh
prifrK of thn l(v.oi-k world, tlie
prli.'fM mUi (or Wool, ilicip, ( ntllr aft-l
Urh', U, eU-. Iufwr-llin m;riruU
umt in utter nrol riniriit;iiJl v ami
frlal niMrki't rcp-trln.
Regular Subscriptiou Price $1.00 per Year
We furnish it. with the Rkvikw for I. .").
Hi-nil all orders to the Kkvikw, Pi incville, Or.
I'or Itw Vi'iiip,
I-or lint Old.
Kor nnv ui,i' n lin ni'i rfa ibni.
Tlii-y will yuu in pin t', ijilnlity and fit.
Over Shirt, I'mlfr Shirts, Orrss Shirts,
Ni Kli'fn Sliirt, and U'oi k Shirts, l)rawrs,
lliunlkf rcliirf. Colhirs, Cuff, Nt lii, Sox,
A new lint nf Hats and t" iniiks vou happy,
I liiivt' Ihn best ffiinki' in Prini'ville. Coin
and try tlo-m
A Share of Your Pntr.mftyu
I.s Hospectfully Solicited,
I. MICH EI
j Kl) N
were very I 'Uiplet ami tii-aiitnnl yet niblf liml.
. , .r , , : ,u. ,t t 11 Muv' rtraoy. j iuh r;iari-mie rook
get a tair trial in jventucgy and j ueimi' "' "'jofnear two liniidrnd wki-h, H.lnriiij
thev concede that if Taylor is in-' Mr. Geer aa a fit candidate in 1898, ; ill"Htruied with i-lmru hihI liuiMmie
" , . . I , . L 11 i tniirnvirnrH, (" as a lirpiniiim to hvitv
liooent ho has everything to lose , but they have never had any reason j Buta.rirM.r w!l0 ,My (J a )HHr
and nothing to gain by being 1 to look upon him as their uian.!'" I'rof. lfi.-io.' journal. w,,m, am.
... , ,,-r, r u . j , .1 WoiiKs. lliij Alinaliai: rum in w'lit
brought to trial. At the time of I be Govenor has steered cbiar of I 0r,,,.r ,,, W(iMIj
Goebel'a death there was no doubt ! entanglements and attended strict-j AM) w..kks I'.iblisl.inv fo,npar,v, Tm
more or less ttiiret for revenge and j I' to the state's business. Leading : l.'unt Kin.-.a, t. l.om. ,Mo.
I Anil II i SB
. ... , ...a.. .-.: ..III. l.u r:r,ar,r.r -k., t. - i
should pe maue to suiier lor nia .,D ,
,, ., . - i .,1 ii. P,..,l,l ,t,o.. loot A
tnurtler, but au mai i now passed, i vcvucu wo uih"-.
Kentuckiana are proud of their ! March, but -oon recovered from
state and its good name, and to a j their fit in their desire for harmony
man they realize that uny injustice in ine tvepuuncan uamp, .iu jui-v i
; tl,., naHR of Tavlor would be I now there are no bubbles to ruffle "rlTT:;:"
' .. ... .J. ilJll,, ...,f.. Tnuiitt !r,frr,,lir,r. iS'""1""" ?'."'" 'U0TI0E.
UlUKlV laKSP up aim maue Hii mi- unoo, j iju.uuo paimis procured through them.
i I ,.r nll.., Li nn llir. ,-rim ronn. hlli It tllUt eX-r)lal0 1 rClgU TO T f) ..mo. Hulmu ni
tf Tavlnr j will surrender I Metsohan is the olflciul Mitchell ffl A. orUW OL CU.S
. "u.. .-uiin-nJuUi. for Govenor. He has ft patent lawyers,
niaiseu, ub uuii "" ; --- m dpi. U. $. Patent Office. VfflSHINCTOH. 0. C
In Kentucky as 'no could in the , also the oordial support of ejf-ena- i&sa;
A H LIPPM AN
p Also on easy payment
REST OjN MONTHLY PAYMENTS
WHITE & GOJWBS
Liquors, Wines, and
j VlCllO and ImporttJ
Call and soo us at our now headpuarters
next door south l'omdextcr Hotel.
South End Planing Mill
ED. HARBIN, Proprietor.
Keeps on bnnd all kimlfl of Drt-Hfted and Rough Luiuber,
furniahings of all kinda, Motildingn, etc,
Ia lAAJn PlintiAiAl
u uuuiii Mm
Steam Dry Kiln
Hhingh'H, both unwed and cut.
Bicycle Sundries. Bicycle Repairing a Specialty