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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1903)
A . H. GRANT.
LO C A L N O T E S ,
| G. \V. Wimer was in from Bull
First Class Teams and Hit's
Very Reasonable Kates
George Bate« is building a stable creek Thursday.
.at his place in Lytle.
John Bloat was over from his Office at the Rend Mei cantile Co’a store.
Mr*. A. M. Drake went to Brine- Matoles ranch this week.
- Tills Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Millard Triplett is sick at
B E N D ORECON
H. W . R E E D ,
John Elder took a trip up into the Triplett ranch up the river,
Curqualed Facilities for Handling Locators and Commercial Travelers.
IP U -lo lio
the timber last Sunday.
Harry Broker was a visitor in N o t a r y
Draw* up deed*, mortgage». etc . and
Severt Deoing has completed his Brineville Tuesday and Wednes-
execute* nil kinds o( legal document.,
with care aud precision.
< saloon building at Sisemore’s place. (*ay-
Booth <& Cornett Stables.
John Ryan and H. J. Palmer re-
Brock & West will open ther
A m erica's
turned from Prineville last Mon- saloon to the public on Monday,
Lead in it
W H IS K E Y .
£ > to n ? u m U
Brock i t West are busily e n g a g -
Frank Tewksbury a n d wife re-
fam ou s
• ed in putting up their saloon build- turned from atrip to The Dalles
O 'N E IL B R O S , P R I N E V I L L E , OR.
ing at Lytle.
James Black passed through
Cha*. Brock went to Prineville
town Tuesday on his way to his Thursday after a stock ofgeods for
home up the river.
Brock it West’s new saloon.
T H E D E SC H U TE S D U M B E R CO.
Carries a complete line of sash, doors, roofing etc. All kinds of lumber
for sale and special hills sawed to order.
S T E ID L
C. W . B A R N E S ,
ATTORN EY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC
P R IN E V ILL E . OREGON.
The dance at Low’s hall last Office oh West Third Street.
Mrs. J. M. Lawrence and daugh
ter accompanied Mrs. Drake to Saturday was an enjoyable affair
and a large crowd was iu attend- II. P. U E LK SA P
Through from Bend to Shaniko in One Day.
r u A S S. E1>WAlllNS
BELKNAP A EDWARDS
Fifteen new cash subscriptions ance'
B. C. Low came in today with a P h y s ic ia n s a n d S u r g e o n s
S T A G E LINE.
were added to T he E cho ’ s list at
load of merchandise for Low’s Cash
p r i n e v i l l e , OREGON.
Prineville last week.
A. U. ORANT, Agent.
Grocery and the New York Cash office tn Adamson a wtnnek Co’s. Drue store
J. R. Rannells. of Cline Falls,
brought in a load of potatoe* for
t ,, i r
i t p
IV!• R. OICCS,
S O l'T ItB O C N O
J N. Moore and J. G. Gillaspy, |
Sttidl it Reetl Thursday.
Leave Shaniko (5 p. in.
f.eave Rend ti:;iit a in.
of Grant county, passed through Attorney a t Law and notary.
Arrive Prineville (i a. in.
Arrive Prineville 12 in.
H. J. Palmer and father left |
Leave Prineville 1 p. in.
1 ani ve Prineville 1 p m.
M a i n street, P r i n e v i l l e , O r e g o n ,
Tuesday for Silver Lake where
Arrive Rend ti:30 p. m.
Arrive Shaniko 1 a. in.
wav to the vallev with a hand of Office on street lettdiug to Court Hou»e.
they will make proof on their tim
First Class Accommodations fo r the Traveling Public
Tim ber Land, Act June 3, 1S7S.
A. C. Lucas took twenty-eight |
N O TIC E FO R P U B L IC A T IO N .
West it Caldwell have been mak- ■
PASSENGER ÀND FREIGHT RATES REASONABLE.
i n g a few alterations in the inter
* * * p i« i s pasture
C s Land Office Lakcview. Oregon,
ior Of their
meat market and are lil8t Tue8flay- H e WlL K ° t j H a -V | Notice is hereby given t h ^ ^ m p / i ^ c e
f 1 till' Mil.. of
now handling a large stock of meat Creek soon to round up the rest of T,!,',e s’'iis?e!ai'tied''f>\\ n HCt ° fur
timber lands lit the States o f California, Ore-
I gnu. Nevada mid Washington T errlt oiy ,” ns
extended to all the public Land Slates by act
o f August 4. l.s'J'J, the followin g-n amed persons
J. Harcrow, of Bull creek, was
have filed ill this office their sworn state
of Paisley, passed through town ments to-ivit:
in Prineville the first of the week.
Ole Gennes, o f Buena Vista, cou nty o f Bel
Wednesday on their way home trami, state of Minnesota. Sworn statement
Mr. Harcrow expects to visit his
No V27'J, for th e purehase o f the aw qr a tv <| r
, . , „ • T
. f r o m Medicine Hat, Canada, where see lit, and se qr se qr sec 14, anil o lit lie qr see
old home in lexns this winter and i
J3, tp J’J s, r 14 e.
i thev have been visiting,
l’eter Lindeberg. of Hemidji county o f P.el-
is therefore disposing of his live
tranii. state o f Minnesota. Sworn statement
i The Misses Nola and
Grace No 9-J73, for the purehase o f the ae qr no qr, e
h i se qr, sw qr se qr see 34, tp '¿ i s, r II e.
in mt rx .
. Keever, daughters of John Keever,
Nils Larsen, o f Hcnitdjl, c o u n ty of Hcltraml,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dustan, of 1
of Minnesota. Sworn statement No 'J_’74,
arrived in Deschutes from Beakers- for the purehase of the ne qr sc qr, s hf so qr.
Clarkston, Wash., came in lues-
se qr sw qr see '•¿.I, tp i 'i s, r 14 e.
i i i
vine, North Carolina, Wednesday Gust Hcrg, of hemidji, co u n ty o f heltrami,
day night and spent the week look-
3 state of Minnesoti. Sworn statement mi n '. i,
• ,i •
• and will make their home here for tlu* purchase of tin* ae qr ae qr see 23, and
ing over timber lands in this vi-
qr nw qr see &">, n Ilf no qr see 2(1. tp 22 s, r
, . with their parents. The young nw
cinity. John Bloss acted as their I.................... *
h 14 c, w 111.
ladies had been on the road twelve That they will offer proof |to show that the
land sought is more va lu ahjl c for its timber or
stone than for agrieul oral purposes, and to
establish their claims to said land before <1
Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Weiaz, Mrs.
11 Wardwell. U S Commissioner at Silver Lake.
W. II. Staats received a large Oregon,
on Thursday, the lath dav o f January.
Luoy Rogers and J. F. Booge lett
addition to his stock of groceries They name us witnesses: Ole Oenness, o f
for Prineville Tuesday. Mrs. Rog
Buena Vista, Minnesota, Peter I.indoborg, i l l s
the first of the week. Mr. Staats
Is Larsen. Oust Berg. Arne Solherg. of hemidji,
era will continue on to Chicago
1^ : Minnesota, l.o.lis Nelson, o f Bend. Or.
Any aim all persons cla im in g adversely the
while the rest of the party will j " ,S0 reCelVed 1,13 ftock of F ry ’8 abovc-ileserilied
lands are requested to tile
claims in tins office 011 or before the 13th
spend the week in Prineville at-
Medicines and is now pre
day of January, 1904.
E M HRATI'AIN, Register.
tending the races.
|,art‘d to suPP!y a horaH remedy
T im b e r
L o n el«
Do You Want to Sell Yours?
We nre now in a position to make purchases of from 40,WO
to f>0,000 acres of well-timbered yellow and sugar pine lands
in both largo and small tracts. If you are looking for a buy-
er and want the highest market price, it will pay you to call
or write to us. List your lands with us and allow us to examine
them and make you an offer.
GEORGE SCHLECHT A COMPANY
Jiern York Cash Store.
Till-: MISSUS STENULKG AND HANDLE, l'ro|i».
M I L L I N E R Y , D R Y GOODS, SH O ES, Etc.
New stock of dry goods and notions now in stock.
A ll K in d s o f S e w in g und Dregainalclntir L o n e .
« all and make a selection o f a fall and winter hat.
A complete stock of notii»nn will
X X X « ^ X 3 » 3 » S I ^ X 9 » X iX 9 e « S X i» +
Attorney J. F. Moore, of The i 150’ for r «n»in 8 whoieea!® liquor
T I iii I k t L am i. Aet J u n e 3. !K7 m .
'Dalles, was a visitor in our city the ^0U8®8, The saloon men hate
N O T IC E FUR P U B L IC A T IO N .
firet of the week. Mr. Moore was b,etl borrowing liquor from one
I' 8 Lamí offiee, I^keview. Oreaon
O e to tm r 1(1. 19UB.
formerly a reeident of PrineTille i » notb«r, but one o f them had liqu or..................
Notici' In hereby gtven that In c o m p ila n e . |
pr iivt.lo n. o f the Act of June 3. 1 h * h , j
*nd i* thoroughly familiar with the ch»(ged on hi* hooka again«t the
f(ir lh. lllir „n irau;r-i.n',i. m j
resources of thi. country. He ex-
0 u r ,:.ew w ^ . n V r
; druggist wa* also tin ad for aelling rumi ,- l « ihi stale» by a»-t <»r Auau.t 4 , i*w, the
at tbe ljn,lor „ithnut a lieenae __Prai-ie
named Hermim hav. on this <lay i
change that had taken place along city Miner.
‘ ! K i . ': ’ ‘ hU omc,# ‘ helr *w°,n ,Ule“ enUl j
the Deschutes river si nee his last
; r. «tat»
4 L _ . ________ __ _ t I ____ , ' ! X)«*ountyof Allen, mate of <ihu,r‘
1 OU g6t tu0 DG8t 86TV1C0 DJT §0nd - ment No 2270, , for
purehane of the «ej. m
*ec r 0,
S, ' i
visit here some thirteen years ago.
, . _
*° Hudson A' Brownblll for PKmli NcNon. of Seattle, eonntf of Kin*. Mate
the 1 °f
o 2 / .ee
71 , for
, , Marsh left 1 . uesday
u n a«
pureha-e of the
no'*, nd, N
morning for her old home in
is- latest corrections o f any township. *w‘ *»»'». »*!,
n r **. t»>'J*».»He.» m
.r o L. _ „ _
That they will offer proof to »how that the '
consul, going oy way 01
poaane This is impossible where you go to laud w>n*ht 1 » more vafuabi* for it» tiuheror
. u- _ ;u
V.«. k n .k .n J
. . . .
. . .
»tone than for agricultural purpose», and to1
w n e r e ene win m e e t ner n u s o a n a , parties h a v i n g
d u p l i c a t e g o v e r n - e»ui»n»h their claim, to »ai-i land before
. k » . ; i l .ooooin i,n . U r
\ i e . n j ______.
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' G It WaPtiw P, U S « o m i n l- d o n . r at Sllrer
Ijik**. Or» you, on Tliiir«»!*) . the lilth »lax »»f
Mrs. Marsh hare been resident" of correction of all their plat" from
f‘barl**a II Krick
». witnei *
*°n. lo-ory \ Ko -ter . of l'r iiB’ d l k ' , Oivioti.
for the pash
eight lli<' I:tn« 1 n -e every day.
1 -• 1
‘ - .n w. ungt«»n. Kpbmirn
' f *
».I I. .> *, obi»»
month-' - n ! i J * i r i nit; t’i it t ; m« it 1 vi the a fio ve firm charges von .......
made many n .1 r ? ili friends m l.o re fi *v coi t« and guarantee- to - nd .
gret t • ‘ f t;
il hv return mail.
i:4h *u> ' 1 “f" Vy‘ i 1* - 1 -
i for all common diseases and ail-
W. II. Staats purchased dOO ,nents
Timber Land, Act .nine 3. 187R,
pounds of honey from D. F. Find
N O T I C E FO R P U B L IC A T IO N .
A large part of the Misses Sten-
I S Land Oilice Lakcview. Oregon,
Monday. Mr. Findley
Aug. iO, 190J.
berg and Bundle’s stock reached
brought a wagon load of it all the
j Notice is lierebr given that in com plia n ce
here lust week and ns Ä c o n s e - with the provisions o f the act of Congress of
way from California and has had
limit»:!, IM7S. e n tit le d."A n act for tin* sale of
(JUBfiCC the Jadíes Juive been very timber lands in the States of California. Ore
very little trouble disposing of his !
* pon, Nevada and Washington Territory,*’ ms
busy. The amount of h U P i n e p « ext end ed to all the piddle Land Ktates by act of r
I August A, iswJ. the following-named persons
done by the New York Cash Store have filed in this office iheir sworn »tatémente,
PANE I< ry s White fine Expec- i)ag more than met the exoecta- i to wit:
Mary I,. Craig
1 o f Brookville, county
in tv o o f f Jefferson,
Jefferson. state o f Penn.,
torant, a certain specific for coughs, tions
of the proprietor*.
- the purchase o f the
. sworn statement —
No I55y, for
nw qr of sw qr, sec 5, ne qr se qr. s h f sc qr, sec |
colds, sore throat and bronchitis.
C. E. Morrill, who *pmt *ome
Try it, it is guaranteed ; price Ö0
time here last spring looking over o f urookviitc. county o f jidter*«».., state of r e n n . , !
sworn statement No 1560 for the purchase o f the
cents per bottle. For sale bv W.
the timber situation and later left
4r' *cc 5' q’ “ w ‘‘r' ,,ec 8'
H. Staa ta, Deschutes and Smith Jfc
't t .* .t .r f i > n n
en. Oi.pon and s , , u , . r n c i i - :
! » t , SX.
L/liOt*4. o t * 11 bo rough
W u d n f i s * fornin, h a s rftturn^d to
Dnschutp^ That they will mrer proof t«> show that the
. . .
land sought is more valuable for i u timber or 1 1
-ua\ morning ior i (>fiian«i 10 i>e and taking with him two of our ex- >tone than for agricultural purposes, and to
,♦ t u
f 1 •
estnblish their claims to said laud bef«»re -I j
preHHiu Hi me marriage OI U18 P18- pert timber cruisers ii< now engaged w 1-awrence, C a Commiaaioner at Deschutes, I
o r., 011 Tuesday, the 3rd day o f November. 1903.
ter which occurs Nov. 4th. Mr. i n m a k i n g e x t e n s i v e e x a m l f n i t i o n s
They name as witnesses: F C Whitten o f Pend !
Oregon; Amos Hradahaw o f Portland, Oregon;
Stitnhorough will he absent for of hinds up the river.
Mary i„ Craig, Aramantha Rogers and Samuel A I
Craig o f Brook ville, Penn.
h 1 iui * i . a month and will spend the
The U. S. [ntetnal Revenue man
A n y nn<’ s l l p a r s o n s c l a i m i n g a d v e r s e l y t h e ,
bove -d «».-»• ri bed Int'da a re r e q u e s t e d to f i l e :
gr»-ni.-r part of his vacation in wnt, j,, town this week mid (iued • tfie
ir c l a i m s In t h i s office o n or b e f ó t e th e
•aid 3rd d a y o f N o v e m b e r , 19(43.
every *aloon keeper in town, each
£ M B r a t t a i *, R eg ister.
W a n te d . |
v . v . v r v . s i ,% : l