yk »'?♦ *\ * (Uhi* £rim I ?r * Mb • , i\ *\ ♦ » »'- N o t S o Bad A a Reported. who have the eur ot’ bureau beads Dowie. who left Chicago for New Reports, especially those which at Washington are the very people York with the intention of driving »x a r e calculated to injure, never grow whose dealings with the govern- the devil fiom that favorite game ? * smaller, hut on the contrary as ment should be honest and above preserve of his, lies ¡suffered a frost. they go from mouth to mouth grow board. lie quarreled with!Carry Nation, larger. The report has gone abroad It is well known that vast areas and l)r. Parkhurst Seemed to think that the recent fire in the marsh of timber land have been taken up that he would make a poor substi- « deetroyed all the feed in Lake in the last few years, and there has tute for ‘'Old Nick.” fe county, and in consequence the been a suspicion in many quarters The foundation for a building stock is very poor and already suf-1 that they were being secured for ‘J4x(>0 lias been laid by the Des- ^ fering from want of proper nourish- the syndicates, uiillowners and chutes Lumber Company at Lvtle ment, and that no beef fit for lumber barons. I f it has been and work will soon bo started on market is to be had in the county, found that these people have vio- the woodwork. The building will A grosser slander that this was lated the law in grabbing vast be two stories in height. Part of it $ never circulated against any coun- tracts through the employment of wj)| be occupied by the company ty in the state, as the facts in the dummies, there should be complete for office und warehouse purposes case are just the opposite of the re- restoration and adequate penalties and ¡j, ,B ,,jyo i,kely that a hard- * ports- current abroad. Lake coun-i for the frauds. 1 he statts in ware store will be put in bv a & ty during the past season furnished which the gobbling is alleged to gentlem an who has been giving ^ and there was put up as much hay have been done contain some of tbe matter serious consideration jgfr as ever before; while it is true I the best timber that has been left T •„ ,;i, , Japan is likely to bring negotia there was a big fire on the marsh standing, and, with other timber tions to an end and make an at- . which destroyed considerable hay sections alieady denuded, it would Japa n , . . i, „ tack on K itd lngs “ Lear, * , 1 i and feed, the loss is confined to a bean outrage to allow the coast e . . . . „ i may not have heard the fo llo w in g forests to pass into the hands o U , couple of firms amply able to stand true bear i-tory : A bear m search I it, while other stockmen have the few timber kings. This is a case of a breakfast met a hunter in usual amoun t of feed in their stock where it is in order to turn on the search of a bearskin overcoat. The yards. As to the beef being in light.— Spokesman Review. hunter’s gun missed tiro and, omit poor condition, that is a falsehood, ting harrowing details, the scene . . . . , A Disappointed Sheriff, as nowhere i;i the state can be ended with the hunter in posses- , found beef in better condition than J he Sheri 11 ot Klamath county sii*n of a bearskin overcoat and the here. The buyers who have form- is- a,,d ° ugbt to be. thoroughly dis- eriy visited this section have been g U9led- A prizefight was pulled j beHr wel provided' with last kept away by the silly reports od> *n bis county and, as is com- epread broadcast by some chuckle irj0n with eheriits, he was on U e headed idiot, or by some one who 8Pot in a purely legal capacity At hau a sinister motive in it, to the lb e end ot the program the sheriff great detriment of our people who i returned disgruntled. He couldn’ t. Lave beef-to- sell. ' make a case against the principals' Our beef cattle are in fine con- ! as neither of them had fought dition and will make meat when enough to keep warm, while on the .placed upon the block, as choice °lber hand the exhibition fuinish- and juicy as can be found in any ed no thrills or goose pimples such as the unolliaial man delights in. state. Inside each pound package of * The feed that is put up is suffic ient to keep the clock in the coun ty in good shape through an ordi nary winter, even though those who have no interests in the coun ty or elsewhere, give out repoits to the contrary.— Chewaucan Post. Precautions Should bo Takjn. A Subataatial G ro w th for L y tlj. . . ... f disease urd quickly dies down on ^tion cU)U A. W. I OpO 18 oontem- establishing a meat the advent of warm weather. It is plating market. John Tengman is enclos equally true that it rnav take up it-> work where it left off when con-! ing a feed yard and in a very short ditions favorable to it recur. With time Lytle will bo a self-sufficient the coming on of winter every pre- burg. The energy being shown is cauiion should he taken to pre most commendable. j F ry ’a Fam ily Modlcinos Are manufactured by Daniel J. Frv at Salem, Oregon. He is u a little precaution and especially a *raduim. of tlle Philadelphia Col- general vaccination will keep th e , ,^ge of Pbant)BCV Hn(i hafl ha(] twenty-seven years’ experier>ce in the compounding and dispensing Turn Or. the Light. of drugs and medicines. I f you are I f it he true that the interior de out of sorts, gi ve us a trial; if we partment, through the investiga fail to give relief, we refund your J ' tion of government foresters, lias money. Correspondence solicited discovered large timber land frauds and confidentially answered. F r v ’s J - iu Oregon, Washington und Cali l a m i l y Medicines are for sale b y fornia, there should be no hesita W. II. Staats, Deschutes and Smith tion in ferreting out the culprits A Wilt, Sisters. and exerting every effort to see that they are properly punished. I f Mrs. M. C. Low and son Charles men in high positions have lieen will entertain their friends with tin- involved in these questionable other dancing party tonight nt transactions, it is all the more im- their home in Lvtle. Refreshments portant that the investigations be will tie sarved and a general good > * NO. 23. -<y T H E B E N D M E R C A N T I L E CO. Hoops a comp’.eto stock of Sash. Doors. W indow s, und Ci ^ n' * I ~ r iTi l * / t J I 1 1 • * /r, r / C l , • / ! '* * ( ( i * c * Lv k «I. l J J i •> . Vi <> H E A D Q U A R T E R S FOR A N D C A T T L E M E N ’S Full Line of S H E E P M E N ’S S U P P L IE S . Hardware, Everything at Prinovillo Stoves, Etc. Pr ices. A . II. ( ¡K A N T , M a n a o k k OREGON. BEND STARTS H a s a com plete lin e o f poods at his n e w stove. A t w o -tlio u s a n d d o lla r ad d ition h a s ju s t b e e n re ceiv e d . Q u a litie s rig h t a n d p ric e s righ t. W . H . S T A A T S , Prop., Deschutes, • - - Oregon. j The improvements that are he ing made in Lytle are being com mented upon by strangers passing through this place as well us by local people. The Reed & Steidl mill is so busy supplying lumber to various buildings in Lytle and Advices from The Dalles 6tate elsewhere that it finds it almost that there is in that pV*ce several impossible to hold a supply of lum- cases of sickness whicR1* resemble her lor seasoning. Low’s grocery is now neatly mild eases of smallpox. Dr housed and a saloon building is Hutchinson investigated them but being built for Brock it West. A made no statement as to the nature o f the disease. It is well known boarding house with Mr. Tewhs- that smallpox is a cold weather bury as host will shortly be in oper- enemy out. *\ * , *\ « D E S C H U T E S , C R O O K C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , O C T O B E R 31, IÎMKÎ. V O L . II. vent such conditions and dangers as existed in this county last win- ter. Forewarned is forearmed and .♦ * "\* ► ♦' -’ \t • -> \t *. « will be found a F R E E game. 6 0 different games. A ll new. At Your Grocer’s. t M IN N E S O T A IS U F F Ii’E ‘limtmr Land, Act Juuu !t,l«78. NO TICE FO R P U B L IC A T IO N . A U S Land Ollice, Lakeview, Oremm, October 1 7 , ]!)();!. Notice is hereby iti ven llmt in com pliance with liic provinoli« of the act of cuUKiesH of fune it, 1S7S, entitled. “ An act f- I the eide of timber lands io I It** e’ aiei oi i'ald' iiiia, Oregon, Nevada, and VV to-liinutnn ie ir ilin y ,” as extended to al1 the public land states to ad of An« Ib t 4, 18D-, th«< lollop TWOIIY A M'KKOWK, I'KOPB. The only fìrct-clasr, establishment of its kind in Western Crcok County. ♦ ♦ « I ♦ ^ <f tNi^ortn |»ave fil^il ill niidullice their IK OI II elate- * « » ♦ nienta, io-wif_: T h o f i n e s t b r a n d s o f w i no s , l iq uo r s, beers c i g a r s c o n s t a n t l y on h a n d . Eastern people urn esfiecially invited fo cali id the PuHet when in the citv. ilantmi H ('rono of Hemidji, cotinly ot lielltami, fda'e of Miiineeota ; eWoro ht ate ment .No L’ELl >. for tlo* purchase of Ihc »• Id n - qr h hh < and j. and hf nw qr see 4, Ip 'i l s, r ii r. w m, l . M c C u l l o c h , Ivcr () Mi In«. of Spalding, county of Heltraini, st op of Mmncsuta; sworn »'atsmcid No 2doO. foi ; till! purcliasc of the s ilf H hf see ii4, Ip 'i’i Real Estate bought and sold ami property looked after, and taxes paid s, r !l e, w m. for non residents. Daniel II 'Yard of VanI’etten, county of l.ee. stale of Illi nois; sworn statement Loitl, for t. it* pur- Agent for Lytle Townsite, proposed terminus of the Columbia Southern. i liasc of the o lit sc «jr sec L4 und n hf siv ijr sec oo, tp "Si s, r it e, w in. Fire ar.d life i n s u r a n c e . Prinevillo. O r e g o n E tn«rJohnson . ...... ..................... r ' l of Hcmi-lji, county of Helrami, stnte of Minnesota ; sworn staf* ment .No for A c c o m o d a t i o n s f i r s t - c l a s s in every r e s p e c t at the pun u i-c of the a Id n« qr see L4 and “ l,f ,,w 'ir 8,•,: x '- " • r !* e’ w m’ of Hemidji, < mint v of I'cltr-.rr.i, stuteof Minnesota; sno.n statement N.i il-ij.i, lor t h e pnrrl'HHt* of Hie f]r i i w »jr a mi v% hi This popular resort is under the special management and super ne qr s n - t p 22 s. r it e. w m vision of \V. II. Htaatn. I**“ ? 'bey will rlfer pn-r.f^o show-iliai Abstracter ar«d Examiner of Title s. HOTEL STAATS the land aoilglit is more la kh I i ' h fm its timber or stone than for sail« ulntral j-ur ________________D E S C H U T E 3, O R E G O N . _______________ |na*es, snd le eststdifdi 11 f If clwimw to hm itt land la-fore J • • Tl I risenti, count v clerk, at K'nmwth F i'!* , Oreci-n. «in Saturday, thp 15tli dav n i Januarv, 1T»4. • Thm name «•* wilnes-e*«: Hasten fl Croi e. Aiuiee K Crone. Eltrer Johnson, Clara J Stei«II,of Hemidji. Minn; lier <> My lire, of Spalding, Minn; Daniel II Ward, of Van IVtten, Minn P IL C 7 T B U T T E IN N A. C. LUCAS. Accomodations for travelers aiwi>s first-class Anv and all person* < iaiming ad v»r*elv tlm ab*>ve-des« ril»ed lands arc lepiesi.-d The Booth it Cornett and Vandevert stages stop ; » its doors and livery rigs can be had on short notice to drive to the timber. searching and comp.ete. Men in time is promise! to those who at- for« the said ir.th day of Januarv. 1<»I. government cilices and politicians tend. io3I-j2 E M Baai-rux, ! «¿liter. BEND, OREGON.