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About Crook County journal. (Prineville, Or.) 189?-1921 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1901)
0. L. Salomon.
The Red Corner . ' '. I'rineville, Oregon
ffk. Mitchell Wagons
Racine Bujrdcs an d
Mens' and Boys'. Clothing.
; j We have received h line line of mens' and boys' cloth-
y '"S " tll"t wu Rra '"i"X exceptionally low price
jj In Men's Suits
We have full line of Hoffman, Rothschild Co's
vT? i . i if .i . I . :i - ... I
fVf goods 111 nil sly Itx ami n unit me puce oi lanor uiuuf
suits. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Ill Boy's Suits
0' V hVH nil-wi.nl cluv wnrsttd suita which are th bat
value ever brought U Print ville.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Taints and Oils.
Windows and Doors.
Wool sacks and Twine.
Hardware and Stoves.
General Iilucrksmilhing and Wagon
Dressy Apparel for Ladies.
We could expalmlent great length upon tho atipormriiy
f mr Bkntit, Jurkets Mini (Wa, and wrim vulmint upon
the un p'uwing mitiireof our bmgiiina. ImihIih.ii points itu
wi ll known, so Unit it will aulllue if we dill yur attention ft -
In nur ollcrings
In Ladies' Fine Shoes
Wo carry it full linaof the F. Meyer Ca, both In ths ife
vlt mul ImikI turned knit and palunl luutlior. 5)
Infants and Cliildrens' J
lU'dHhiu-B, Ilnmii Klmvi, .Duu Hhwi-h) f4 nil e.lr, fiw
bnili spring lierl and slip 1
I PLOWS, I1ARB0WS, MOVIERS, RAKES AMD ALL KINDS CF FARM I IMPLEMENTS. $
Ths Benoflta of a Creamery.
To show the community benefits
to be derived from creameries, we
reprint the following dispatch to
the Oregonian from Coquille City,
under date of May 25th: "A care
ful estimate of the product of the
creameries on the Coquille river,
not including the butter and cheese
turned out by factories at Gravel
ford, Fairview, Lee and Sumner, is
as follows: The amount of butter
made every day is 2000 pounds.
To make this requires about 80,
000 pounds of milk. ' There are al
so made about 800 pounds of cheese
for which is requicee about 9500
pounds of milk. This means , a
monthly product of 60,000 pounds
of butter and 24,000 pounds of
cheese, requiring for a thirty days'
run a total of 2,655,000 pounds of
milk. As this butter and cheese
will average 15 cents a pound, the
average income to the farmers and
dairymen of the Coquille river
alone is about $12,000 per month.
The larger creameries start up
in April and run until December,
and sometimes through January."
The girl who expressed so much
sympathy for the poor farmer be
cause of his cold job in harvesting
the winter wheat, is equal in agri
cultural knowledge to the one who
expressed a desire to see a field of
tobacco when it was just plugging
out. But the damsel who asked
which cow gave the butter milk is
entitled to the whole bakery. And
a girl on her return from the coun
try who was asked if she ever saw
anyone milk a cow, replied: "O
yes, indeed I have; it just tickles
me to death to see uncle jerk two
of the cow's faucets at the same
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DESEUT LAND. FIXaL PliOOF
V. S. Land Office, The Dalles, Or.,
June Iii, 1901.
Notice it hereby given that Ttuinas Arnold
uf Sinters Crook Co. Oregon ha tiled hit
notice of Intention to make final proof on
his desert-land claim No. U2, for KJ SKt
See. 2, Wl SWJ Sec. 1 T. 10 $., E, 10 E.,
V. SI. before J. J. Smith County Clerk, at
I'rineville, Ore. on the l.t day of Aug. I'M.
He names the following wituesses to prove
hii complete irrigation, and reclamation uf,
William F. Fryrear, Marsh C, Aubrey,
Edward L. Monroe, George McCsllister, all
of Sisters, Oregon.
JAY P, Lt'CAS
Those who complain' about the
advertising bills of their local pap
er should glance over the follow
ing figures: "A column, one in
sertion, in the Youth's Compan
ion, cost $800. In magazines like
The Century, the rates run from
$100 to $J00 a page. A column in
one of the leading New York pap.
era, taken by the year, costs from
$413,000 to $58,000 " a year, accord
ing to position. Ex.
A we.l known traveling man
who for years Las nude Willam
mette valley towns is passionately
fond of honey, and the proprietor
always has some on hand fur him.
On one trip t' e trav 1 ngman took
his wife along, and as l;e ap
proached th s particular town he
mentioned to her that he was get
ting io a place where he would
have honey.' When the pair were
Kitting at the suppe; table that
no h ii ey appeared, and tiie knight
of c.mnneice said sharply to the
head w iter: 'Where is myhoney?':
The waiter smiled and said: 'You
mean the little black haired one?,
O she don't work here, now.' Er.
' In the Circuit Court for the state of Oiegon
for the county of Crook.
J. SI. Slinkier, plaintiff, is. Alice Slinkier,
To Alice Slinkier, the above named defend
ant. In the name of the state of Oregon: You
are hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint tiled against you in fie kbove en
titled suit, on or before Saturday, the 20th
day of June, A. D., 1901; and if you fail to
answer for want thereof, the plaintiff will ap
ply to the court for the relief demanded in
said complaint, towit: a decree dissolving the
bonds of matrimony heretofore existing be
tween tlw plaintiff and the defendant herein,
an J thai the custody of Arthur Slinkier and
Ku by Slinkier, minors, be awarded to plain
tiff. The date of the first publication of this sum
mon, is Slay PS, 1901, and is published in
the Crook County Journal by order of Hon.
W. I,, liradshaw, Judge of the Seventh Judic
ial District of Oregon, and done at The Dalles
Oregon, this lGth day of Starch, 1901.
A. C. Palukr,
1 Attorney for Plaintiff.
One of the most helpful books on
nerve weakness ever issued is that
entitled "Nerve AYaste," by Dr.
Sawyer, of San Francisco, now in
its fifth thousand. This work of
an experienced and reputable phy
sician is in agreeable contrast to
the vast sum of false teaching
which prevails on this interesting
subject. It abounds in carefully
considered and practical advice,
and has the two great merits of
wisdom and sincerity.
It is indorsed by both the relig
ous and secular press. The Chicago
Advance says: "A perusal of the
book and the application of its
principles will put health, hope
and heart into thousands of lives
that are now suffering through
The book is $1.00, by mail, post
' One of the most interesting
chapters chapter xx, on Nervines
i and Nerve Tonics has been print
: ed separately as a sample chapter,
j and will be sent to any address for
stamp by the publishers, Thk Pa
j cific Pi;b. Co., Box 2058, San Fran
cisco, in plain sealed envelone.
i Educate Your Bowels Willi Cuecarntt.
Gundy Ratliartle, cure constlniitlon forever.
10c, 36o. It C. C. C. to) , druggists refund money.
How Are Tour Klrfncfa I
TV Hobtjs'Si.arores Pills ruresll sldnertlln. Saia.
Ilefreu. Aud. bterhuj UeoieuOoObicwoui tt. t
To Cur Coistlvia.!on Forever.
Take Cascnrets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 35a
UC.U.C. fail to cure, drugguiu refund money.
Tho following wool rates for the
present season, taking effect at once
have been established:
Wool compressed in bales, car
loads, minimum weight 24,000,
from Shaniko to New York, Chi
cago, Boston, Hartford, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, and points there
with, $1.40, per ,100, pounds.
Wool in sucks, or bales, any
quanity, from Shaniko to The
Dalles, 30, cents per 100 pounds.
Wool in sacks, any quanity,
from all stations on the Columbia
Southern Railway to Shaniko 5
cents per 100 pounds.
C. E. Lytle, G. F. A.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeptn.
The tourist travel between the east and
the Pacific coatl has reached enormous
proportion in the last few years, and
calls lor a special class of equipment. To
meet thin netiiuud the rulliunii J. lia
issued from its tliopt what it technical!)
calls the "Pullman Ordinary Kleeper."
1 heae cars appear simitar (u the reuulai
sleeper, being built on the same plan,
but nut furnished with the same elegance
luty are equipped with mat tretses,
blankets, sheets, pillows, pillmv casus,
towels, combs, brushes, etc., requiring
mithinifiif the kind tube furnished bj
the passenger. Each car has a stove fm
making cult'ee and tea and doing "light
housekeeping," and each section can he
tilted with an adjustable table. A uni
formed porter accompanies each car. his
business hfing to muke up berths, keep
the car clean, sun look after the comforts
anil wants cf the passengers. In each of
lie trains which are dispatched daily
from Portland by the 0. K. v N. Cr. is
ro he loiind one of these "Pullman Or.
I dinary Sleepers." The car is attached
to the Chicago Portland special,"
which (foes through to Chicago without
change, and the one in the "Atlnniic Ex
press" runs to Kansas City without
change. Passengers in this car for Chi
cago change to a si'nilar car at (Jranger.
Much of the first class travel is being
earned in these cars, tiie rates being
lower. Slid the service being liearlyequal
to that in the palace sleepers.
For rates and full information, in
cluding foldera, write to A. L. Craig, G.
P. V , O. It. K. Co. Portland. Ore.
Carnival f Ba
Best For the Bowels.
Jfo matter what ails you, heiidiiclin
to cancer, you will never get well
until your tiowels are put right.
CASCARET8 help nature, cure you
without gripe or pain, produce easy
natural movements, cost you just 10
cents to start getting your health
back. CASCARETS Candy Cstlmr.
tic, the genuine, put up in metal
boxes, every tablet line C. C. C.
stamped on it. Eewarn of imitations.
Educate Toor Bowels With Cases rets.
Candy Cathartic, oure connlpi-.tlnn forever
lOo.Sio. If C. aC.fali.drut'UstBretunamonej.
Z..F. Moody 1ms a representee now
at Shaniko to look after the needs of his
wool growing and shipping customers.
His agent is prepared to advance freight
to customers, receive and forward wools
and to give personal attention to receiv
ing and forwarding merchandise uf any
description to hit uaie.
Anrtrpoiatinrr tho pront work of our common school pducators
-ii o n - - - - -
and desiring to demonstrate that appreciation, wo have de
cided to offer in connection with this imner a fittinir testimonial
of worth to the most popular teacher in this county.
Jiallotinginay begin at any tune alter the publication ot mm
issueof the Journal and will continue until 8 o'clock p.m. Sep
tember 30, after which time no ballots will be accepted.
The rules governing the contest will be as follows: All paid-in-advance
subscribers to tho Journal w ill be entitled to re
ceive at the time of paying their subscription a printed coupon
or ballot worth l'0 votes, which will have blanks wherein to
write the name of the teacher voted for. Every issue of the
Journal during the lifeof the contest w ill contain a coupon good
for three votes, No free samples of tho Journal will lie dis
tributed during the life of this contest and no clubbing offer w ill
be accepted where ballots are given out.
All persons voted for MUST be Crook county teachers and
so accepted by tho county school superintendent, and must now
be engaged in teaching in this county, or have taught in this
county during t,.e past eighteen months, and must not have
lost their residence in the county, i. e. they must not have re
moved from the county to remain permanently.
The right to modify these rules at any time is reserved.
Two prizes will be given; one for tho most popular teacher,
and the other as a consolation prize will lie given to the one re
ceiving the second largest number of bailots.
The first prize will consist of a fine gold watch, any standard
make, with 15 jeweled movement and warranted for year?;
the same guaranteed by a local dealer. The conaolation'prize
will be a 4.5 camera of standard make, Doth of these prizes
will be bought in I'rineville and be strictly iirst class articles,
They will soon be on exhibition so that every one can see just
what, they are.
Distribution of these articles will talio place on October 1,
or as soon thereafter as the votes can be counted, Three prom
inent gentlemen of Crook county will bo asked to help count
Dost Takaera Spit tail thanks Toot l ife Anay.
To quit tobaeeo euslty nm! forevor. bo mag
netic, full ef life, lierve aud vior, lake No To
Boo, Die wonder-worker, that makes weak rona
stroog. All druls,t0eorll. Curouan,n
tec4 Booklet and sample frea. Aii irusa
Uterllng itemed Co., chioego or New lei j.
cpnoK cniiisiTv joiidmai s
Educational - Contest - Ballot.
My choice for the most popular school teacher in Crook
This ballot must he in the Journal official ballot box on
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