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Arthur L. Kelly of Tout wu in
Ua city Tuesday.
Try our Fancy TaUnl Flour.
J. K. Btewarl A Co.
John I loft man of runt
btilui viiil lor Monday.
George Hteven waa - anger
on the Hiilers stage Tuesday.
Win. McMeekln of Urixitly in
doing buainena with our merchants
Mis Mly Knoi of Tout spent
Saturday and Hunday in tha city.
Horn On Wednesday, January
23, to the wits of George Klaylon,
W. J. Plxon waa a lului
visitor from 1'aulina one day thin
Wallar O'Neil la at O'Neil thia
week posting up the book of the
L, r. T. Co.
Dr. Gail Newsom and wife who
have been visiting relative here
the nt month left Friday for
their home at Caatle Itock, Waah.
I. V. Tire of Crook ia in the
city. lie eaye that cattle are doing
well. Mr. Ties rrorta an abund
ance of hay in the Crooked liver
W. J. Hchmidt of Summit
Prairie aaya that there ia consider
able enow in hia vicinity. There
ia plenty of hay and alock are
Mia Ethel Totter will leave
Monday for Spokane, Washington,
where she will enter the Methodist
Deaconeea Hospital and learn the
work of a trained nurse.
R. K. Wilson, owner of the Con
don atage linen, spent aeveral days
here thia week. Mr. Wilson re
porta considerable business in hia
Fred Ricker and family hare
moved back to their old home at
Redmond. We are aorry to lone
.these estimable people from our
midst at they are a valuable acqui-
aition to the community.
Lewis Caughey, of North Da
kota, brother of W. W. CaugheyJ
arrived thia week for a vilt with
relatives and expect to locate
omewhere in Oregon. We .hope
ha will have a favorable opinion of
w n d Tin aman x cn
K. C. Khrot of Redmond ia in
town tlil weok.
Mr. I'ierson ia seriously ill at
the rrineville Hotel. .
The Rev. Mr. Ilrown of Madra
wa a county seat visitor Tuesday
Henry Hrurumer and wife of
I'oHt were in the city the fimt of
Dr. C. A. Cline of Lower Bridge
waa in the city the first of the
Fred Cronki, lineman for the
Telephone Co. of Hhaniko came in
II. I). I'arkina returned Monday
from Rend where he Hold a piano
to tha orchestra.
(ieorge Ktea waa a bun! new
vlxitor from the Knox Rroa. sheep
ranch at Post Saturday,
Mix Clara Ituahell paaned
through yesterday to Redmond to
visit her parent. Mix Bunnell
live at The Dallea.
8. Oreenhalgh of Redmond was
trammeling business at tha court
John Edwardiof Paulina waa in
town Monday buying auppliea for
W. B. Taylor of The Dallea, the
manager of the Pacifio Telephone
A Telegraph Co., came in on
Monday's atage to attend to buni
neaa. Philip Graham and Mra. Laura
M. Douglaa of 1 1 ay creek were
married at Hotel Prineville Mon
day. Judge W. A. Bell tied the
Wallace Caughey and family
accompanied Mr. Ricker'a to Red
mond, where they expect to spend
the remainder of the winter and
Miss Yida Jones is being treated
in the Pottland Sanitarium for a
cane of acute rheumatism. She ia
in a critical condition and her
mother left here yeaterday and
will remain in Portland until her
The Methodist Sunday School
baa presented Superintendent
Shipp with a fine oak office chair.
Mr. Shipp baa acted in thia capac
ity for the Sunday School for sev
eral year and hia services are
M. K. Ueiand of Shelly, Minn.,
ia in Crook county looking after
hia property, , He haa a ranch in
the Powell Buttea with which he
ia well pleased. He likes the cli
mate of Central Oregon and will
move his family here juet as soon
as he can sell out in Minnesota.
F. O. Minor of llend waa a busi
ness visitor Saturday.
Cash paid for a timber re
linquishment. Inquire at this oflice
0. A. Batton of Cline Fall wa
in the city Tuesday making final
proof on his homestead.
II. C. Kill of Bend wa in town
the first of the week. Mr. Ellis
reports business improving in Bend
and says the bank will soon be
0en for business.
J. W, Ilorigan haa bought the
pianola of the EKer'a Piano House
that haa been in use in the club
for some time. It ia a fine instru
ment and of a late model.
Misa Lizzie Kester is teaching
school in the Johnson Creek dis
trict. She is teaching in the place
of Miss Joanne Irvine who is suf
fering from an attack of tonsilitis.
Fred A. Rice, the civil engineer,
haa just finished a map of the city
of Prineville. The city looks good
on paper. It would look boeter,
however, if those making additions
to the town would file their plats to
that they would appear in the map
of the town. ,
Dr. C. A. Cline sold something
more than a section of timber land
on Willow Creek the first of the
week to 0. M. Cornell, the conside
ration Iwing $5500. This land is
situated near the Cornett Stage
Station and will be used as a horse
The six-year-old son of Mr.
McDaniel who lives on C. J.
Johnson's place on Bear Creek,
about seventy miles south of Prine
ville, fell from a wagon Sunday
and fractured the leit arm about
half way between the elbow and
hand. Dr. Edwards, who just re
turned from the place, reports the
unfortunate lad doing nicely.
Fred C. Stimson well known and
popular graduate of 0. A. C. left
yeaterday after an over Sunday
visit with Corvallia and college
friends. He haa been for the past
two years in charge of a drug store
at Prineville, and returns to his
duties within a few days. Mr.
Stimson was amazed at the growth
of Corvallis and the college during
bis two years absence. On the
occasion of bis departure" for the
valley a Prineville newspaper
hinted that Mr. Siimson'a errand
was to takt a Corvallis girl back
to the bunch grass country, but
the truth is that be is returning
alone, whether from choice or
otherwise, nobody knows. Mr.
Stimson is a brainy young man
and financially and otherwise has
made good since leaving O. A. C.
J. II. Gray, who ia undergoing
trearment in Portland for spina
trouble, ia greatly improved and
enU-rtains hoes of a complete re
covery. The Rebekaha are preparing
three-act drama entitled the
"Three Hata," which will be pre
sented sometime in February. It
is being prepared under the man
agement of Duncan Macleod and
promises to be the bit of the season.
A. B. Baines and J. W. Herford
of Spokane, Washington, are lock
ing over the country here with a
view of investing in real estate.
Mr. Herford waa a resident of the
county several years ago and
ownes some property here.
Fred W. Wilson of The Dalles,
has announced hia candidacy for
the Republican nomination for
district attorney. Mr. Wilson is
a popular attorney of Wasco
county and will give Mr. Myers a
lively race for the nomination.
With this week a change haa
been made in the teaching force at
the public school. Mrs. Kayler, ,
having asked to be relieved is
superseded by Miss Cleveland of
the third room, while the later's
place ia taken by Miss Hollsworth
from Sisters. .
At the Methodist church next
Sunday the pastor's subjects will
be, in the morning, "The More
Abundant Life," and in the eve
ning, "Sin's Full Fruitage."
Special music in the evening. At
this time it ia not fully decided
whether or not the revival meet
ings will continue longer than thej
third week. The public ia cor
dially invited to all the services.
A "Home-Like" church.
E. T. Slayton bought the in
terests of his brother, G. W. Slay
ton, in the Slayton estate this
week. The transfer calls for 400
acres of land adjoining that already
owned by E. T. Slayton, making a
farm of about 800 acrea in all.
This is one of the beet hay ranches
in the county and is only about
three miles from the city limits.
The price paid is not known but
waa said to be about $4000.
The Dalles High School debat
ing team beat Hood River in a
joint debate last Friday. The
subject was, "Resolved, that the
government should own and ope
rate the railways of the United
States." Tha Dalles had the
affirmative aide. Harry Nitschke,
the leader of last year's team, holds
the same position this year. Judg
ing from the newspaper accounts
of the debate Prineville will have
to get in and dig if the cup is to
A dispatch from The Dalles says
that W. P. Myers of Laidlaw waa
in that city distributing election
cards. It is said that Fred W.
Wilson, an attorney of The Dalles,
is out after the office. Frank
Menefee is the present incumbent
and be will doubtleas be in the
race again thia year.
C. W. Elkins returned Friday
from a business trip to Portland.
He was delayed on account of a
wreck on the Columbia Southern
about four miles the other aide of
Moro. Six cars were demolished.
A wreck train and crew of 30 men
came up from The Dallea and it
took them fully 24 hours to re
pair the damage.
Regular services will be held at
the First Presbyterian church next
Sunday, morning and evening.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock,
and evening at 7:30. In tha eve
ning, the pastor, Dr. Dunsmore,
will speak on the subject, "Who
May Cast a Stone?" Singing and
music by the male quartette and
orchestra. Everybody is cordially
invited to all the services.
Rev. Bass, the presect pastor of
the local Christian church, haa
received a message from Glasgow,
Kentucky, asking whether or not
he would be able to accept a call
from that place. In answer to the
message Mr. Bass slated that he
was satisfied with his present loca
tion and would not be able to en
tertain such an offer at this time.
Glasgow is one of the leading
cities of the southern state and the
offer is considered as a most lucra
tive one. Roseburg News.
Beginning January 1st I will sell at
cost trimmed Hats. Street Hats, Caps,
Ribbon, Veiling, etc. "
This sale also includes a nice line of
Underwear, Fascinators, Handkerchief,
Shopping Bags and other notions.
Mrs. Estes' &
Corner Second and Main Sta.
W. FRANK PETETT
Adamsoa's Drug Store, PRINEVILLE
Don't be humbugged into
buying Ranges from outside
people who have no interests
in the county. We can
give you a better Range for
less money any day in the
week. See us about it
We have Cook Stoves and
Heaters, too, that are reason
able in price and guaranteed
W. vF. King
g Rlacksmithing That Pleases j
2 . . V
lj. Horseshoeing. Wagon and General Repair work done fcl
! Prineville Hotel as
New Prineville Photo Gallery
J oat opened in the old photograph
building on east side Main street
All the latest styles in Photographs. We hare
Artura Finish. The best on the market All work
guaranteed. Prices reasonable. See samples.
1- l FRY, Proprietor.
Mm' Furnishings, Staple in Dry Goods
Ladies' and Children' Underwear and Hosiery
Overshoes and Rubbers Hat and Cap
i - .
, C. A 8., small tins, ixr tin
O. A 8., 5-lb tins, jht tin
Mica, small tins, per tin
Schillings, 1-lb caus
" 5-lb "
Golden Onto, 1-lb cans
Dependable, 1-lb tins ....
Wadeo, 1-lb ciuiH... .
No. 1 rinks, per lb
" Small White, per lb
' Limns, per lb..,
" Mexican ited, per lb
Ji-lb boxes French bluo,. ,.
X.lb " "
Borax, 1-lb packages ....
No. 1 Aluminum, per dos
Hchnoldcr's SU'rlc wax, iwr do..,
Standard Corn, ier case
" Tomatoes, per caw
" lteans, per case......
Diamond W brand, all kinds
fruit iKr can ,.
Standard Brand, per can..
Obcradelliut, per can ..
1-lb cakes ;.,
1-lb cans ground chocolate.
Full (Iream cheese per lb.... ,
Lots of 5-lb or more
Extra Choice Carlcola, wr lb......
No. 1 Mocha & Java "
Lion, per package
Arbucle, per "
J. E. STEWART & CO
Fancy and Staple Groceries
1- lb Cartons, per pkg 12c
2- lb " .. 25c
8-lb boxes ; 80c
Extracts The very best grades
2-os lemon 25c
8-os vanilla 80c
4-os lemon 45c
4-os vanilla....: . 60c
1Mb bass Rolled Oats 60c
Violet " " 16c
Crearu of Wheat 20c .
Germ Grits , 40c
, Korn Kinks 8Jic
Force . 15c
Graham, 25-lb sacks 60c
60-lb " 1 00
Whole Wheat flour 25-lb 60c
" " " 60-lb....... 1 10
Hominy, 10-lb bags, 45c
Corn Meal " " 45c
Grapenut . . 15c
Flour, per sack l io
" bbl 4 25
" 5-bbl lots 4 00
" " 10-bbl lots 3 75
Lye, Rex friction top can . 10c
5 1bs.... 80c
10 lbs i.oo
Cove Apples (The boat on the market);,
Ter box 1.65
Small lots, per lb 6)c
Keg Basis price.... 5 00
Small pickles In kegs
Sweet pickles bulks per qt
Sour " ' "
No 1 Japan per lb
No 1 Head ixr lb
Arm & Hammer brand
R. S. V. P. 8-lb pkg
Fancy, small bags
Gasene, 10 bars..
Mascot, 6 "
Star, per bar
" 20 bars.
Fairy soap, small
" large., ...
Tar " "
Borax " medium slie..
Castile, large bars
Fancy Toilet soap..
Dew-Drop Waah Powder, 3-lb pkg
Pyramid " " "
Best Corn Starch pkg ,
" Gloss " "
Celluloid " " .
Sunset, -gal palls
lgal " ......
Rock Candy, -gal .'
" " 1 gal
Home - Cured Meats
own brand of Home - Cured
We have now a full supply of our
Meats. The price will be as follnwa-
Heavy Side Bacon, per lb.. l6c Shoulders 12c
Tea Garden, Ji-gal.
Diamond W Maple, qt
Diamond W Maple, &gal
Astec (pure Sugar Syrup) gal.,
Diamond W Honey, gal.
Vinegar, pure ctdar, per gal..
Common, 3 doi
TJ. S. clasp 1 doa
Lanterns, No 2 cold blast...
No 1 glass ..
No 1 brass
No 1 Zinc
1-lb can Union Leader..
" " Dixie Queen
" " Pedro
Bayles Horseradish Mustard..
Queen Olives, large else bottle
Pure Olive Oil, small "
. " " " large "
P. S. Catsup
C. H. B. Catsap ;
Helm, small bottle ..
Medium Breakfast Bacon "
Fancy " " "
Condensed In 1-lb pkgs..
4-lb Stone Crocks.
No 1 Soft-Shell Walnuts, per lb.
I. X. L. Almonds (the very beet).,
Home - Cured Meats
J. EL Stewart & Co.'
APPLICATIONS FOR GRAZING
PERMITS NOTICE is herby given
that all applications for permits to
erase stock within the BLUE MOUN
TAINS (WEST) NATIONAL FOREST
during the season of 1968, must be filed
in my office at Prineville, Oregon, on or
before February 29, 1908. Full infor
mation in regard to the grasing
fees to be charged, sad blank
forms to be need in making appli
cation, will be furnished upon request.
A. S. IRELAND, Supervisor.
Timber Land, Act June.3, 1878.
Netke far Pablkatiea
Department of the Interior
United States Land Office,
The Dalles, Oregon, Dec.. 30, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that
Delia M. Stewart,
of O'Neil, county of Crook, State of
Oregon, has applied to purchase, under
the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, as
extended by act of August 4, 1892, the
E NW and SX NE&, Sec. 23, Tp.
12 south, range 16 east, and will offer proof
toshow that the land sought is more val
uable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
her claim to said land before the
county clerk, at Prineville, Oregon, on
the 20th day of March, 1908.
She names as her witnesses : W. H.
Huston, Walter O'Neil, Arch Powell,
and Walter Snoderly all of Prineville,
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
ofhee on or before said 20th day of
l-9p C. W. MOORE, Register.