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DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, OREOON, MARCH ¿ 4 . 1 OO.î.
RIGHT OF WAY
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS,
Ocean steamers between Portland
and San Francisco every five da vs.
Tickets to ami from all parts of the
Uniteli State.*, ('¡inaila ami Europe
l ’or particulars call on or address,
ï. H. FREDERICY, >Agent,
T I M B E R L A N D NOTICE.
United States Land Office, Lakeview,
Oregon, Nov. lit, 1902.— Notice is hereby
given that in compliance With the pro
visions of the act of June 3, 1878, entitl
ed “ An act for the sale of timber lands
in the states of California, Oregon, Ne
vada and Washington Territory” as ex
tended to all the public land states by
Act of August 4, 1892, Jessie Gray of
Prineville, county of Crook, state of Ore
gon, lias tiled in this office her sworn
statement X o .'441, for the ' purchase of
of see. 9 tp. 25 s r 10 e. w. m.
and will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its tim-
or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish her claim to said land
before A. C. Palmer, U. S. Commission
er, at Prineville, Oregon, on Saturday,
the 11th day of April, 1903.
She names as witnesses : Edna I Had
ley, Archie Powell, Bruce (¡ray, Edwin
A, Davenport and Eliza Parker all ot
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above described lands are request
ed to tile their claims in this office on or
It is unfortunate that
Oregon and especially this county
is practically cut off from the t i d e
Secretary Hitchcock has affirmed ; Qf immigration that is now pouring
the action of the General Land Of- into Oregon from eastern s t a t e s l»v
fice dismissing the protest of ths reason of its inaccessibility and n -
Oregon Irrigation Co. against th e1 muteness from railroads. Western
granting of tne application of the Oregon is fairly swat-ming with land
I’ilot Butte Development Co. for j seekers, while w e have thoufiimds
right of way for canals and ditches. of acres to be had for the taking
This protest has been vigorously that pass unnoticed. Home seek
contested by both sides but is now ers from the east, long accustomed
settled as this decision is tinnl. It to the best of transportation facili-
|,bu.( r, , Mt)v
S. P. IKuikcl near Bn
The school Board advertised for
painting the -■ hou! h<nise hut non»* i
received were satisfactory and all
were rejected, tho the rght to do s
was not res r\. i in the not ice.
T IM B E R L A N D N O T IC E .
United s»; , _ | : 11 ) i e, Lakeview
Oregon. Dm . 27, 1992
Notice is here
by given i ! .t in eo .pldince u ith the pro
visions oi ihe art of June 3, 1378, en
titled " An iii I i,■ the sale of timber
lands in t lie - e. e s of ( 'a li lor nia, ( >regon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,”
as e\ ended p. .I » in- publie land states
by act of August
1SU2, the following
was based upon the ground that ties, lit >itate and finally refuse to
the O. I. Co. had a prior right to j iOCiltc in such remote districts,
the water of the Deschutes for irri- j One of the first and most impor-
gotion purposes, but the Secretary taut questions asked by every pro
T IM B E R L A N D N O T IC E .
hold« that there is neither reason spedi ve settler who writes for in
I idled States Band Office, Bakeview,
or justice in the claim. The deci formation is about railroads, and
Oregon, Oct. 17, 1902.— Notice is lierehv
sion removes the last obstacle in for the last ten vears the n i.lv has ! V » ™ " * .''* " '
‘ »'is ..ilice given that in
their sworn HtuU-nientP» to-wit :
the wav of the P. D. Co. and there been that the prospect Was good
J o h n I. K lupi
l.iiiiih, -luie of hiHh.e ! him* 3, 1878, entitled, “ All act for the
can be no further excuse for delay a road in a short time. The fiction of (it IU*8Ct‘, count >
sworn stuellilom No. I<» n 7 for tin* pun hase of •*ali* of timber lands in the states of Cal
in commencing work.
has been pleasant to contemplate, till' nljNEi, «mi »'.¿si:1 , Sc. -JK T. SI s, K IS K,
ifornia. Oregon, Nevada, and Washing
But this should not discourage hut pure fiction so far as results W. M.
Territory.” as extended to all flic
Olivi'* I l.illl'K
the O. L Co. There are still some are concerned, until now, when tin*
ni clarion, nullity u; .-liosuniir, stati* of Malm public land states by act of August 4.
thousands of acres of good land to question is asked the answer is. swnru stAleiiiciit No. loss sor lilt1 purrhti.M* of 1392, Ionise M t'risman of Moscow,
filo S ' j N W 1, a m i W .. .S W ' , s i t . ¿4 T o.-t s K l:t K county Of l.atah, state of Idaho, has this
the cast of here on the desert not “Quien snbe?”
filed i>t this office her sworn statement
included in the selections of any
.lolin It WliiiMcii
of Wariliii'r. 1*011111 > of shush..ne, stAtefnf Malm No. 1719 for the purchase of the se ' 4 of
compahy thatyan he irrigated from
sworn statement No, liMifor flic |mn Imse oi sec 17. tn 23 s, R 14 E., w. nu, and will
the Deschutes in which there is better quality and commanding a fill' x k ' S i t JC. T S K ! ; I. W . M.
offi'V proof to allow that the land sought
Klla 11 K hipp
more Water than can ever be utili better price because of that quality,
is more valuable for its timber or stone
of (ieueset*, coinify of I.alali, stato of Malm,
zed by the P. D. Co. on its 85.000 could he delivered in Portland for sworn statement No. lion) for the |turehnse of than tor agricultural purposes and to es-
acres. In fact, the controversy o- less than is now being paid for them till' mv1 ,ne* , . n’ L.nw'4 ami so' ,1m1., s i t . HU, T 2:1 her claim to said land before W. A, Bell
S II l:f K W. SI.
U. S. (Mm. at his office at Prineville, Or.
ver the water was an idle one as there, and still leave a nice profit
on Monday, the 4th day of May, 1903.
there is enough to reclaim all the i to the owner. If this be true, what of OenesCe,counsy of l.atah, stale of Malm,
-lie names as witnesses; William W .
sworn statement No. IMil for (he pnrehaei; of
arid hind in this valley and still may lie said of shipping the finish the SW1 ,N W>4, W* .jsw1,. se* ,sw ‘ , see. .in, T. J.* Collins of Moscow, Idaho, Bow E Al-
ed product to that market?
And S. R. I l K. w. in.
linghrtm, Ora I’oindcx.er, John U B El
water to spare.
Allilrew S Olson
der, of Prineville, Oregon,
the supply is not limited: There
of Moscow . county of l.atah, slate of Malm,
Any and all persons claiming adverse
Under the Carey law a person
the above-described lands are request
the nw ' , of see. ;il I*.
S. I: li K W. M.
can obtain title to 100 acres of irri millions of carloads aw; Jti. » trans
That tliev will offer nrnof to show ed to tile their claims in this office on or
gated land and under proper culti portation and market.
that tin* fund sought is more valuable before said 4th day of May, 1903.
vation that is more than enough on
E. M. B kattai v, Register.
for its timber or stone than for agricul
is tural purposes, ami to establish their
which to make a comfortable, pros
T IM B E R B A N D NOTICE.
There are 110.000 now in Washington, and in looking claim to said land before w. A. Bell,
acres within twenty miles of this about for accommodations for him U. S. Commissioner, at Prineville, Ore
Notice is hereby given that in compli
Monday, the 411 1 day
of ance with the provisions of the act of
place that will be»reclaimed by two self and family during the present gon,
May . 1903.
They name as witnesses :
Whidden of wardner, Idaho, Oliver I,.
Lilies of Clarkia, Idaho, Timothy Keane
and John B Kl.ipp, of Genesi-', Idaho,
Andrew S Olson, of Moscow . Idaho and
Low E Aliiugliain of Prineville, Oregon.
Any and all jiersiin* claiming adverse
ly tlieabove-described lands are request
ed to tile t heir elaii ï is in I his office on or
before said 4th day of Mi'iy ito».
Mr. J. J. Morton, of l’avcttc. Ida.
E. M. B kattai «». Register.
companies alone, making homes for session found that he could get them
700 families, a number nearly if nt hotels for $400 a month. This
not quite equal to the present pop did not surprise him hut lit* is at a
ulation of the entire county. These loss to know how to spend the re
700 families should each raise at maining iflt! a month of his salary.
Newt is all right though, if In* is
least 10 head of cattle, or their e-
to earn more than family
quivalent, for shipment every year
| making a total of 7000 cattle to hi expenses.
before said lit!, day cd April, 1903.
E. M. Brattain, Register curried out by a railroad> but still
it is said that the present outlook
came here this week looking for a
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
for traffic will not justify the build-
suitable location for a flouring mill
RKADVKIITISKM K NT.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
ing of one
United States Band Office, Lakeview,
United States Land Office Lakeview,
Dee. 27, 1902 :— Notice is liere-
Oregon, Nov. 12 . 1902— Notice is hereby
Under the provisions of a law
given that in compliance with tho pro passed by the last legislature and I 8Couts the idea of building a m ill j hy given that i..... nnpliunce with the
congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An
ael for the sale of limber lands in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington territory,” as extended
to all the publie land stales hy act o
August 4, 1892,Frank F. Townsend of
Shaw, county of Marion, state of Ore
gon, has tins day tiled in this office Ins
sworn statement No. 1155, lot* the pur
chase of the HW *4 S\\ *4 see. 23, n w ' 4 IIW
',1 s'.j nM 14 see. 33, tp 23 s, r 12 c. w. in.
and will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its tim
ber or stone limn for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to said
land Before ii. u . need, U. S. Commiss
ioner, at Bend, Oregon, on Monday, the
13th day of April, 1903.
I le names as w itnesses ; C. G. Rich
ardson, G • w. Townsend,
send and t rank Bogue all of Bava, Ore
visions of the act of congress of Jane 3,
now in force it is unlawful to kill h‘*Ie il" (1 ™V8 that the situation I titilli, “ An « act
8- I ht
of 18' I iim
1878, entitled “ An act for the sale of non in I >rct il l. u m a w i u i io Kin,
timber lands in the states of California.
Oregon, Nevada, and Washington terri
tory,” ¡is extended to all the public
tory,” as extended to all the public hind than game birds.
The act preseri-1 our' :lst ' ssu<‘ <MI t*l<‘ ^'^’jeet.
Any and till persons claiming adversely
land states hy act of August 4, 13!»2, the
states by act of August 4, 1892. william
the above described lands are requested
hes what shall he considered game
Mr. J. \V. Wimer, of Newsome 1 following persons have this day filed in
Parker of Delhi, comity of Redwood,
to file their claims ill this office on or
birds and exempts crows, blue javs, i ,,
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state of Minnesota, lias this day filed in
J - ’ ¡Creek, this county, was instantly this office their ■worn statements, to- before said 13th day of April, 1993.
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this office his sworn statement No. 1590, horned owls» butcher birds a n d u killed
one day hist wesk. He was
K. M. Brattain, Register.
Della 8 Brown, of Molwotfc", rotini y of Latah,
for the purchase of the w la iiw *4 sec. magpie* from the list of those which ( n- . ,
felling a tree and was struck on slate of Maho, sworn «tal.uncut No. lïrfW for tin*.
2t>, s h» lie *4 see. 27. tp 21 s r l i e . w. it is unlawful to kill; The law also
T I M B E R L A N D N O T IC E .
b|. l(| Bv a limb broken from piirdliMBe of the K 'a>wl 4 amt w I jâl *1 4 aèe. 2H T. 1
m. and will offer proof to show that tin*
States I. hiu I i iflli-i*, l.iikfvlt'w. Orrxun.
Xi h H U X.
applies to the nests and eggs of such another tree
Hi-* last words were,
Ntitlcii Is lieri tiy (Oven that In
laud song!it is more valuable for its
Chnrtlffc N Shoop, of Mownw, rniinty of Latah Nov 2T, tlkri
wild birds, and violations of the law
timber or stone than for agricultural
“ W e got that tree to fall just where state of M m I io , «worn atateinent No. lf>#4 lor rnnrpllinii'ti with tlm iirovlaliiiiK of the ai l of
ami w ' asel 4, . h **»’ J4 i '•ongress of Juiif a, IK7H, I'litltleil " An art for
purposes, and to establish his claim to1 arC punishable hy fines of not less we wanted it ’ and were scarcely the pnrehase of the
thr «air of timber laic!« in the stair« of t allf
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said lami Itefore A. C. Palmer, U. S. than $5 nor more than $100.
John KukifaLer, of Moscow county of Latah, ornfa, Ort'iion, Nrvaila. anil Washtiislnii Ti*rrt-
uttered Itefore the limb struck him.
Commissioner, at Prineville Oregon, on
state of Maho, sworn statement No. H.yó for the tory,” a« rxtrmleil to all tin- pnlillr laiel it at r s
purchase of the nil'; sec
T 2A S, It I;t E, VV M hy art uj August 1, 1*W, the following naineil
'Saturday, the lltli day of April, 1903.
Glass has always been blown hy j rni
Hie springtime comes when an-
Jl)hll E ,UnnBll , of Mosc^w, county of letali, person« have this flay lllnl in this orth u their
He names as witnesses : F. IB Mar
hand and glass-blowers have been I
**tate of Maho, sworn •tate'^cni No.UH*, for the sworn -tatemrnt", to-wlt : .
ion n! v A'n, Oregon; George T. sly,
u n • .,
jiiirrhaseof the tiv, 4 Sec, 2'» T it, It LI E, W. M
II .1 mill Palmer
and are now the highest priced
W h ip the sttedm for troot t o n w 9 out« m Met ■
Louis M. Anderson of Rostand, Oregon:
of Prineville, enmity of Crook, «tateof Oregon,
skilled laborers in the world, hut
Then returning homo quite glibly 1 tab. -mir of Malm, « » u r l i 's ti ll im i Nil II'.'. i ? «worn statement No. liloa for the purehase of
IXmuld F. Steffa of Bend, Oregon.
* for the purt'linnc of the «w'tf see. 2'i, T £\ S K I t fill*
N\v^ , \ v a NKJ4 «#*»• 1, tp 29 n. r. 9
Any and all persons claiming adverse inventors have jierfected a machine
Tell a peck ot limbing lies.
ly the above described lan f are request which does the work equally as
ed to file their claims in this office on or
well as t^c most skillful blower,
Before said 11th day ot April, 19t»3.
and is being installed ifi many of
F. M. Brattain, Register,
F o r s a l e .
W e have for sale several good
tarniY a fine fruit Finch, choice
timber lands, resilience T>!o*Vrtit -
in Prineville and lots in Deschute».
A few choice timber claims foY lo
cation. Paln ur Bro^.. PYinevilU
the large glass factories,
The re- ,
suit will lie an immediate decrease
in the co*t of all forms of efit glass. ;
Actual work has liegun
the legislatures of different western
states arc making lilierul appnrpia*
tions fsr it hnd every indicatiofi I
now point* t;3 a aucuvssful outcome
Hi rum P h I iiht
^illiHtn W Yothers, of , f nvt*(.w, county of
L m I h U, state of Mnho, swoVn statement No.
The Summer ern es when trout
W ill In.* lured by feathered hook
of Prlnuvilîi*, county of ( 'rook. «tnt»* of Ornmn
I p'.9^ 'or the purchase of the ce,4. sec X't, T Xi s, sworn Htntcniftit N«». piol, for the piifrhiiM* of
ï ; y u M
■ T>o- I '»u 7- ft - # l" • * ï sec I, tp ‘M ». r. 12 e.,
K Hnmmro, of PtloiDf ^ * f t y, county
of 1 Mri'* *'111 offer proof t « ►
that the )nii«l
And 1 k * snatched hy angliTa
From the swiftly flowing brook.
The Autumn tomes when trout
Live in deep tind
-h e lt e fe d
And the angler Buys what he
Of the truant from Hie schools.
Whitman, state of Washington, «worn »tate I "ought tl more valuable f«»r Its liml»er or »to? e
ine^t So. P *99 ff»r the pur» ha^e
of the nw1^ si*» !
tha*l for agrlctitnral pt rpo««*», and
-y 2:1 S, K IS K will. Mer.
| 14s h their claims t « * »aid lau»! before A. ('. Pal-
r* hn H M» Iae»»»1.of M«.*cow. connty of TsAtah !
* 4 « ‘ouiiuissioBer. at I'rlneville, or.*-
of Maho. «W«»rti «latciiu-h* No. 1TU0 f?»r the
j purr base • » f the CV» ' , -»•»• 2«-, T 2** H, H lH K, w y,
Jtoiomon Hub« ra. of M«*»*;*»w, county ttf I-a
«taie «*i Idaho sword W t t o » e n t Xo 1791
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i«oth* pun-ha*«* <»f the «*'!, •*'
I |f ^ g
gon, on M«>nday the juth day of April, P.*u
They hame as witnesses:T. If Wa tkins an»t
E J l>evine of Alban y, Oregon ; John Combs
a n d » M Klk'u« of Prineville. Oregon.
Any an«l all |>ersona claiming adversely the
a nove »ie»**rlbe<l lau»!» are re»|oeste»! ti» tile
their «daims in this «»fti» e on or bef'»r«* «ai*)
Maud X Eh«H»p* of Mcvscow •* u u i f of Latah.
«tate of Maho. i t o r i »tateri« nt No. I7?»n for ****
I the pnrehaae of the
Krt. Hee •*.'», T i l H i
H M K . W. M