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u. iino And Love iiuiley were
down from Pnulina tlie first of the
Week toftor snpplim.
l)r. Koenber moved into his new
l-esiuVnce Kridny. Hit bus one of the
Knout residences in the city.
J. F. Spinning returned from Port
laud Friday morning ami hecHiiic not
lon. See nolicA elsewhere.
Rev. B. F. Harper will prescli hi
1'ost on Sunday March S . A cordial
invitation it extended to all f at
Tlie rood lias been lined with freight
teams the first of the week. The roud
re getting in fine ihitpe and the
spring goods are coming in.
Henry Odell returned last Thursday
from an extended visit with his cliil
dren in Portland. He reports bavin
Hue time during bit stay there.
J. N. Hammond waa in fro.n Clinc
Falls the first of the week attending
to business details and looking after
mutters pertaining to the Cliue Falls
The regular quarterly meeting nl
the M. . church will be held here
commencing March 22 Presiding
Elder Robert Warner will be present
a a Ira Evangelist Martin.
J. B. Ford was to from Sisters the
first of the Weok and reports thing:
moving along in the even tenor o!
their ways over in that section and
most everybody busy digging suge
Mre. C. U. Vandervert desires us to
. .. thank the many friends and neighbois
Yho ao kindly tendered their services
during her recent affliction and may
they Blweys have such friends in their
hours of need.
Theie will be a big mbbit drive in
Ityegraaa country Saturday. It will
be for the benefit of the river farms
this time and the driveis will assem
ble at the school house in the morn
ing as they did the first drive.
Walter Ruble 'was over from Cul
ver lust wiek looking after his maui
. lolil business interests. U altei t
a pretty regular visitor in town of
late and we shouldn't be Mirprised if
there isn't an attraction somewhere.
Fmnk and Jake Johnson were
down from their farms on Mill creek
the Intter part of last week and report
'plowing well under way up that way
and seeding would have been conv
tneuced except for the last cold spell.
J. E. Cowan, late of Dixon Wvom- J
ing, paid this office a friendly cull
"Sunday. Mr. Cowan is a son of the
late Mite Cowan of Albany. He is
temporarily residing at Hay creek
ond is thinking of locating perma
nently in this county.
Perry Read, general manager of
Hotel Read of Culver, was a business
isitor of the county seat last Week
mid joined the army of Crook county
Mock men that will help lu look after
Crook county's interests in that line
tins summer and for all time to come.
The republican primaries passed off
very quietly and the delegntos to the
Vounty convention weie elected by ao
flamatioii. They were as follows; C.
M.EIkins, C A. Cliue, Wni. Boegli.i
H. P. Belknap, W. T. Fugle, Fred
1. P. Adaineon hud a lot more
drugs nrrive last week from Shaniko.
.1.11. (limit, of Culver, was a pleas,
nnt culler at our iwni'tiiiii Inst week
Fred V Strong and A. M, Drake
were visitoia from Pilot Butte Tuesday
L. V. Jenkins was a business visitor
from t'ne thriving little villugo of Cul
ver hist wenk.
Robert Sinner came down from
Paulina last week to attend to various
Severn! bands of aheep passed
through town Tuesday going onto the
H. P Evans was down from his
ranch on Mill creelc Saturday and
paid this olrioe a pleasant cull
L. C Whitted came in from Bend
Mat weeK ami men on a quarter sec
tion of Crook county real estate.
Hose Company i. 2 was out foi
practice drill Monday morning and
tried the hydrant in North Piine-
E. H. Smith has added some fancy
fixings around his premises and is go
ing to plant a garden, on a small
Among those mentioned on the re
publican side for the nomination for
clerk are M R. Elliott and J. 8
Lehman, M. E. Brink and W. A. Bell.
J. P. Hnsharek, the advance ilgent
for 400 Bohemifn families, pai-sed
through here Tuesday on his way out
to the railroad. He hail keen to Pilot
liutte and looked over the situation
ind reports that he is well pleased
vith the looks of the country, but
thinks it is pretty cold here. Hi all
'I'mhability he will visit this county
luring the summer in order to see
liow it looks when the cruxj are ready
We are sorry to learn that Mark
Powell has declined to allow his mime
logo before the republican conven
tion for the imiiiiniition for sheriff.
t. woulbea good time for rx-slierifl'
tits' to try again us he made an ex
tvllent record before and would do so
ngiiiii if he. would allow himself to sc
rpt the Oi.iniiiiiflim. Willis W.
Biohiii, o( Hay cwk has been mei;
tinned for llie place as ulao bus II, il
ly U induui ui Culver.
From latest repnrta it is evident
that 0. Sam 8mith ill receive the
nomination for sheriff on the demo
II. H. Emmons, a prominent attor
ney of Portland, waa in the city the
fore part of the week looking after
Willard Tripled and family arrived
Saturday from Lenoir, N. C, and art
domiciled in the J. J. Smith residence
in North Prineville.
William and Walter Vandervert
were down from Lava Sunday to at
tend the funeral of their brother
The Union church is now supplied
with a lot of new song bixiks, the re
sult of the sock social iccently held
there. They are nicely bound and
are good books for the purpose
The primaries in Portland results
in a defeat for Simon. The opposi'
tion securing S5 delegates to his 67
This means the nomination of Wil
liamson without any question.
J. H. Templeton, the pioneer drug
gist of Prineville, is at the Perkins.
Mr. Templeton says that Crook countv
iheepmcn are busily engage,! now, a
the lambing season is well under way
Wurzweibr & Thomson have pur
chased the livestock and real estate of
Morris A Julian at Squaw Flat. It
consists of about 8000 bead of sheep
and 1500 acres of hind. This is one
of the finest properties in the oounty.
.On the tenth of this month the
home of Otto Gray was made happy
by the arrival of a ten pound son.
Mother and child doing nicely mid it
is expected that Otto will be able to
attend to spring plowing in a short
Among the democrats there is con
siderable stir in tire scramble for ollice.
C Sam Smith and W. C. Congleton
are open candidates for sheriff, and
J. J. Smith lor clerk, and J. N. Poin-
dexter for treasurer, are liolh candi
dates for re-election, and Brother Lig
gett would accept the nomination for
Charles Vandervert, a highly re
spected citijen of this county was killed
near John O'Kelly's p!a3e on Blizzard
Ridgo in the northern part of the
county last Thursday afternoon, by
being thrown from and run over by a
wagon loaded with lumber which he
was hauling onto tho Agency plains
for some homesteaders. The remains
were brought here and intered in the
Masonic cemetery Sunday. Charier,
U. ViinderVert was born December 9
at Cottage Grove, Line county
and came to this county with his par
ents in 18H4. He was married to
Miss Margaret Whipple June 24 1S98.
He leaves a wile, two children, father,
three brothers and many fiiends to
mourn his untimely end.
Our success last fall was enormous.
Everybody satisfied. If you want a
suit made to order give nsa trial. You
will ii Iso be uitislinl,. See line Hive.
Every Article In the Mouse REDUCED
, For tlie next 30 days we will Sac
rifice all of our Winter Goods .
This is a bona fide REDUCTION SALE.
There will be no Reserve. Every piece of Winter Goods will lie Reduced
Every piece of Ladies' Underwear Reduced.
Every pair of Ladies' and ChildrW Wool Hose
All of our Ladies' Skirts and Jackets Reduced.
All of our Ladies and Childrcns' Jersey Leggings
All of our Ladies' Dressing Snques Reduced.
Every piece of Wool Dress Goods Reduced.
All of our Boys' and Men's Clothing Reduced.
AH of our Boys' and Men's Underwear Reduced.
All of our Ladies' and Misses' Fascinator Reduced.
WURZWEILER 8 THOMSON.
ELKINS 8 KING
SHEEP MEN should inspect our
stock of Tents before "Lambing."
WE HAVE WEDGE TENTS
WE HAVE WALL TENTS in all
, the popular sizes.
Our prices are as low as these goods can
be sold for.
We also -carry wagon covers. Call and
see them. ,
ELKINS & KINO.
ELKINS & KING
On account of tlie great demand for Coy
ote Traps we have had trouble to keep uj.
our stock -but we are now getting in a full
assortment, and will be ablo to fill all order
in a few days.
The above is the stvle of Xo. 0 and 1 -l
Double s2Xo'e WIe
Spring "sJS Spring
The above is the style of 1V0. 2, 3 and 4.
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST.
ELKIN5 & KING.
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' 7'uii JW.'!i L-r
Now roHily for iiiKjiection. Come
in mill lot me slmw ymi tin; lliind-siinic-t
line of Suitings ever dig
pliiji:d in 1'rineville.
liny rmtid-nip-downs until you
luive hu h my line of Goods uml
Ituni inv prices.
The New Drug Store
D. T. ADAMSON, Proprietor.
A complete stock of jNEW and FRESH drugs
and chemicals. Also Stationery, Books, Combs,
Uruflws, Toilet Articles, and everything kept in a
first-class Drug Store. Sohool Books and School
Prescription Work a Specialty.
JN'ext door to Smith & Kayler's harriess shop,
ADAMSON & WINNEK CO.
Drugs, Stationery and House Furnishing Goods.