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About Crook County journal. (Prineville, Or.) 189?-1921 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 2, 1901)
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JOURNAL greets you with this, its first
annual edition. It is in its sixth year,
and in order to keep pace with the pro
gressive community in which it is pub
lished, this plan was adopted.
The resources and advantages of Crook
County are so bountiful that it is not
onlv a oleasure.
them to the world. ''': s
There is room here for earnest men in every trade,
calling, profession and occupation, and we extend a wel
come hand. .
Stock raising, wool growing, farming, fruit raising,
mining and every industry known in these times, are,
most of them practically just beginning, and the field is
large. There is room here for you. It is a place of
success. There is not a failure in the county. Prine
ville, the county seat, 30 years old, boasts of the fact
that there has never been a business failure in its hist
ory. There is not a tramp or fiobo here. No man
has ever asked for work that did riot get it. If you
seriously wish a home among good people, and success
in life, come to Crook 1 county.
In the way of recreation, we can show you nat
ural scenery and provide you with hunting and fishing
unequaled elsewhere in the world.
The Journal is the leading paper of the county, is
the official county paper, has a growing circulation and
gives all of the news at all times. Subscription price,
$1.50 per annum.
Address all communications to A. C Palmer, editor
and proprietor, Prineville, Oregon.
The Crook County Journal is
entered at the Post Office at
Prineville, Oregon, as second
class matter JJJJ-J-JiJt,
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