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DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 21, 1 *>():>.
T i m b e r L a n d Art June it, 1878,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8 . Land Office, Lakeview, OregeB,
October 17, 1903.
Notice is hereby g i v e « «hut in compliance
with the provision* of the act of I'o ag re se of
June 3, 1878, entitle«! " A n aet for the »ale of
timber lauds ia the States of California, Ore
gon. N eva da and Washington Territory,’’ as
extended to all the Publie Land States by act
o f August 4. >894.
Thomas Ferris, of Inkster, cou nty of Gra nd
Forks, state of North Dakota, has tiled in this
office his sworn statement No 2813, for the
purchase of t h e s w q r . s e qr sec J7, n hf, ne qr
of sec 34, in tp 22 a. r o e, w m., and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is more
valua ble tor its timber or stone than for agri-
tCoUlA'id‘ ia?drK?Sr'eGl H ^ C o m n ' u
In the following letter to Paul
Delaney, Congressman Williamson
answers a lot of cheap talk by
1 am in receipt of your kind let-
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ter of (Jctober o U , containing editor-
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l » l lllo lU bU re .
aloner at Silver l.aka, Oregon, on Friday, the
14th day of January, 1901.
He names as witnes.es: John Steidl, Ric h
ar d King, .1 N Hunter, of Deschutes Oiegou,
Dick Vandevert. of Prinevllle, Oregon, 1. N
Kelsay, S M Bailey, ef silver Lake, Oregon,
Any and all parsons claiming adversely the
above described lauds are requested to tile
their claims in this office oil or before the said
14th dav of January, 19U.
K. M. B r a t t a in , Register.
W IL L IA M S O N E X P LA IN S .
ed a sigh of relief when the can* |
A b s u r d ity
of M o o d y ’s ’ ’ Political vsss a n d ceremony
were oyer. |
P e r s e c u t i o n ’ ’ Plainly S h o w n .
The readers of American tommy- |
r0‘ newspapers will join her in
l*1* 1 sigh el relief as they were
that she would never land
¡anything in the nobility line worth
mentioning. However, she had
the price in her clothes and suc
ceeded. Pictures of Miss (loelet
Mr. Moody present her as a young lady who
T H E B E N D M E R C A N T I L E CO.
Keeps a complete stock of Sash. Doors.
. , (D
J ne fam ous jrircprooj
* Jiiwocro: be * ♦w t
1 »m surprised t h a t
s h o u l d U n d e r t a k e to p l a y U p o n t h e
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HEADQUARTERS FOR S H E II’ MSN’S
credulity of the good ‘p eople*of O re-: ^ uiref lh® .i*1ervic* B1 ?/ * Pict“ rw
AND CATTLEMEN'S SUPPLIES
gon by posing as a victim of the hat and a silly smile to get her (
malice of his ’’ political enemiee.”
picture into a photographer's show-
Full Line of Hardware, Stoves, Etc
“ I ’olitical enemies,” presumably, case. On the way from the church
of course, means myself, as I am after the ceremony the carriage of
E v e r y t h i n g a t Prinaville Prices.
hie arch ’’poHtica1 enemy,” having the bride and groom was stopped
defeated him for renomination.
Tim ber Land, Act June 11, 1878.
In this connection. I desire to re-
* crowd of unwashed sensation-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
mark that I de not know Mrs. Con- i mongers who gazed in open-mouih-
A. H. G R A N T, M anaukk
United States Land Office.
roy. I never heard of such a wom ed wonder at the celttbritirs.
Lakeview, Oregon, October 20, l»t*S
Notice is hereby given that in compliance en in my life until a short time be America could present that group
with the provision« ot the Aet of June 11, 1878, fore the grand jury convened that
entitled " A n aet for the sale of timber land» in
of admirers to Miss Goelet as h
the hiatus of California Oregon, Nevada and indicted Mr. Moody.
I never \yjote
Washington Territory,” as extended to all the
wedding present it would help to
Pu blie Land states by aet of August 4, 18s'2 the her a letter in my life, nor received
following persons have filed in this office their
the British nation.
one from her, nor had any com
sworn statements, towit:
munication with her whatever. I
Ernest 1) Waltz,
of Prineville, county of ( ’rook, state of Oregon : never spoke to Prosecuting Attor
F IR S T JU R Y D IS A C R E E S .
sworn statement No. 2X1, for the purchase of i
the lots 7, 8, 9, 17, 18 see 31, tp 22 s, r 13 e, w m.
ney Hall upon the subject in nay S e c o n d T r ia l of W i e s t a n d D o rra n c e
Ellinor M chase,
of PrioevlJU, county of crook, state of Oregon, life, nor wrote a line to him upon
fo r L a r c e n y B e g u n Y e s te r d a y .
sworn statement No. 2587, for the purchase of
the lots 11), 13, 16, 21 and 22 see 31, tp 22 s, r 15 e, the subject, nor received one from
The jury in the case ef the State
him. I am only slightly acquaint
That they w i ll offer proof to show that the
Oregon vs. L. D. Wiest and S. II. ;
land souglit Is more valuable for its timber or
stone than ior agricultural purposes and to es
Dorrance not being able to agree
tablish their claim to said land be fore U. B.
Ward well . 1 . s. comiumsisnes at Silver Lake, never spoke a word, wrote a line,
after deliberating sixteen hours was .
Oregon, on Monday Hie 1st dav o( February,
nor received a letter from a single
from further duty by !
They name as witnesses: Charles H Kriekson,
Henry A Foster, Krnest I) Waltz, H a r r y C one of them on the subject
Chase, Ellinor M Chase of Prineville, Oregon. fact, 1 was in Crook county when Judge Brock Thursday morning.
Any amt all persons claiming adversely the
H a s a complete line of
Last Saturday evening L. D.
above-deseribed lands are requested to file the grand jury convened, attending
their claims in this office on or before said 1st
to my personal affairs, and when Wiest went upon the warpath and
goods at his n e w store.
day of February, 1901.
E M B k at ta i N, Register.
through there went directly to The started in to run this town as it
A tw o-thousand dollar
Tim ber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
Dalles, bundled oiy family up and ",
^7 i "
He finally ended
addition has just been
started for Washington, and neverlBhould be run
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
heard of the proceedings of t be up by seizing and carrying off an
received. Qualities right
United States Land Office,
grand jury until the day after I ar-1 organ belonging to a number of cit
Lakeview, Oregon, October 17, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
and prices right.
lzens of this community.
with the provisions of the Aetof J u r e 3, 1878, rived here.
entitled " a n aet for the sale of timber lanus
I have never at any time sug ! owners of the organ look umbrage
in the States ot California, Oregon, Nevada and
W . H. S T A A T S , Prop.,
advised any one, to (
Wa shington Territory," as extended to all the gested to, or
at this high-handed proceeding and
P u bli e Land State» by act Of Aug ust 4, 1892.
the following person» have tiled 111 this office get up any prosecution against Mr.
tbeir sworn statements, towit:
Moody, or any other man before caused Mr. W iestand his associate
Hans 1 arson,
Unitod States grand jury.
in the act, Mr. Dorrance, to bo ar-
of Crookston, county of Polk, state of Minne
sota; sworn statement No. 217«», for the pur
restad for petty larceny. The trial
chase of the sw qr see 4, tp 23 s, r I 2 e, w m.
wag Mt for Tuegday afternoon, but
of Crookston, county of Polk, stale of Minn e
newspaper or two, can I
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sota; sworn statement No, 248'>, for the pu r ed by a
a iurv was not obtained until the
chase of the se qr see 5, tp 2 ! a. r I2 e, w in.
That they will offer proof to show that the make the good people ef
land sought is more valuable for its timber or believe
that bis troubles with the afternoon of the succeeding day.
atone than for a gricu ltural purpose.» ami to TT .. ,
j f . j j
e«iabH»n thoir claim to ««id lami before u. b . | United
1 he accused were delended at the
S . r ' o n TuesXy‘: 8t r ^ t n t day^
| b™bght rfbout by hi« “ political trial by Atty. George W. BarnesJ
enemies,” presumably headed by ‘ on# of tb# leadi
They name as witnesses: Mary Larson, Hans
No such a thing seems 1
. . . .
Larson, of Crookston, Minnesota; Maxim I.e- myself.
r I will
of the state, ’ but the employment
Pftge, Salem Magean, Ed Boyd, of Deschutes,
Any ami all persona claiming ad versai y the never believe it Can be done Until 1 such talent failed to clear them of:
snAW A BltOSTKRIIOl'S, Props.
above-described land» arc requested to file i
the charge. There was a large j
their claims in tills office on or before said 26th | See It done.
day of January 190).
The fact of my being indirectly number of talesmen drawn before
E M B r a t t a i » , Register.
acoused of prosecuting roy prede- j a j u r y c o a i é b e secured and it is ! The only first-class establishment of its kind in Western
Timber Land, Aet ju u c 3, 1878.
cessor, is sufficient cause, I take it,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
fo. * __ ______
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one brief de-1 now rePorted thal
of the tales-,
United State« Land Office.
| duction concerning such a defense, men- who afterward sat on the jury,
T h e f i n e s t b r a n d s o f w i n e s , l i q u o r s , beers an d
Lakeview, Oregon, September 26, 1903.
that is this: Whenever my wilfully perjured himself in order
Notice i» hereby given tha! in eom plianee 1 and
cigars c o n s ta n tly on hand.
«with the provision» oi the act of Cousrei.« of
I f this report turns out
June 3, 1878, entitle«! " A n aet for the »ale » f | own “ political enemies” become so to get on.
timber lauds in the Stales of Ca lifornia, n u m e r o u s
BO p o w e r f u l
a s to
Eastern people are especially inviled In call at the Buffet wlien ill (lie city.
to be true it will be some time
■Oregon, Neva da and Washington Territory,’’ I
«extended to all the public Land states by c a u s e a g r a n d j u r y fcf m y o w n e l t l -
net of August 4, lfiihi.
zens from mv own native state,
Rocky C. Robinson
my side of the case, sit on a jury get the better of him.
•of The Dalles, county of Wasco, rotate of Ore after hearing
gon. lia.s tin* day filed in this office his ¿worn
On disagreement of the jury the
at at tii lent No H4;i, for the purchase of the n1,
j . l . M c C u l l o c h ,
n u l 4 an<l sw*4 n n l 4 sec 10 and ne‘ 4 ne,'4 sec v, l me for
rifling the United Slates retrial was set to begin yesterday
tp 2 . s, r 9 e, w m. and will offer proof to show |
uiat the land sought is more val ua ble for its mails and using information gain morning at nine o'clock.
timber or stone tuan for agricultural purposes, '
ed thereby to rob a defenseless
And to establish his claim to said land before
J. M. Lawrence, U. H. Commissioner at Bern!, j widow, I will then and there th ro- ,
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Oregon, on Saturday, the 12th day oi December.
sponge, retire from public 8eltInf? «»o th e r jury to try the case«
Estate bought and sold and property looked after, and taxes paid
He names as witnesses:
Joseph H Hsner, of i : * M w n r l
t n f h « rnn<»ti
and at this writing it is impossible
muid, (ir^Kon: wiuum it Uoiiinahead. of in« « nci go tmcK to me ranen.
l ava. Orevuii; Tbo m a» laylor, of Tliu Dailea,
O n 'iiu n; llo b o rt Hornrtt. of Colfax. Wa»h.
Agent for Lytle Townsite, proposed terminus of the Columbia Southern.
behalf, I remain,!
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Auy oiul all fM-num» olaimlng a i lv f r w iy the inierest in my
i h c u v de»crit>t«l laud» are reque»ted to file
D is tin c tio n W ith a D iffe re n c e .
Fire a n d life i n s u r a n c e .
Prineville. O r e g o n
their claim» iu this olTire on or before »aid
<ta> of lii-vc m v«rr l. m .-
J. N. W h j j im w iv , 1
E M B ha TT a i k , ReRisler.
We desire to correct a mistake
A c c o m o d a t i o n s F i r s t - c l a s s in e v e r y r e s p e c t at
P r e s u m a b ly a H e a lth R e so rt.
whi|cb appeared in our last issue
Deschutes, • - - Oregon.
M IN N E S O T A
B U F F E T
Abstracter and Examiner of Titles.
l i m b e r Land Ac) Junç 3, 1878.
Wheeler county is getting to be and read as follows:
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
“ Miss Min-
HOTEL S TA A TS
U 8 Land Office Lakeview, Oieiron,
a popular resort for officials o f the nie Marcus is engaged (as waiter) 1
October 17. 19U3.
department. The lategt at Hotel Cross.” The young lady
Not œ I.« hereby Riven that in compliance interior
with the provision» of the acl of C o u » re»« o f \
is a homestead inspector, informs us that her name is spell-1
June ». 187« entitled " A n act for the . a l o o f arrival
This popular resort
timber laud« i u the State» of California. Ore-,
r o d . Nevada and Washington territory.’ a.«
who is engaged at the Prairie ranch ed “ Marquis” and that she is not vision of W. II. Staats.
extended lo a i the p u b .le Land Stale» by act of :
in looking over homesteads upon engaged especially as waiter, al-j
of AiiRUAt 4. 1892.
Barney Le wi» of De«chiite». county of Crook. «
rwiBC engaged. —
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proof has been made.— though she is otherwise
»tate of jreRou, ha- filed in thi»’ office hi, which
■worn »tatement No2v79 fer the purchase «if
We are always glad to correct mis-
nw qr of »er ». tp 22 ». r 16 -, w m and wiii : Spray Courier.
offer proof to «how that l b . lau l «ought i» «
t a k e . - S p r a y Courier
more valuabie for i;» lim ber or »tone than for
Finally Capture d the Prize.
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agricultural purpo.e» and to e»tahli»h hi« 1
claim to »aid land before G B Wa rdwell. Ü 8 I
Commi«»ioiiorat Sil-er Lake. (jr»go u,on f h u r »-
An American heiress,
La te st Railroad N e w s.
day, the 14th day of January. 1901
lie name» a» writnea«»»
W H Brock, of De»
is under the special management and super
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They have picked out the pass A C C O m O d a t i O i l S f ü r t r S V O J e r S a l W a V S f i r S t * C l a S S
D ^ 'h"ft,« r oregon.'*T*'
Miss Goelst has been in Europe fer f . r the new road from Bellingham
Any and >11 f>«r»on» riaimlng ad vgr .ely thg some year* past canvassing for a «bay to Spokane,
and all that re The Booth it Cornett and Vandevert stages stop at its doers and livery
abnve-dv»crll>H land» are requested to file
rigs oan be had on short notice to drive to the timber.
their claim» in this office on or before the titled
husband in an energetic mains ia to build
•All llth day of January. 196«
manner fend we dare aay she bear- ■ Spokesman Review.,
E M B b a TT a I ji . Register.