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DESCHUTES, CKOOK COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 2<>, 11)04.
L a r d Frauds in Oregon.
cannot afford to overlook the ad- j
The federal grand jury has vantages offered by the Missouri i
Phy3icsans an d S u r g e o n s found true bills against seven per- Pacific Railway, which, on account
P R IN E V IL L E , O R E G O N .
sons connected with the dum m y of its various routes and gateways,
Office i k Adamson & W innek Co's. Dm ? Store homestead eutrius near Pendleton, has been appropriately named
Oregon. Two perron», other than “The W orld’« Fair Route.’’
C. H. D A L D Y M P I . E ,
the ones heretofore arrested, were Passenger# trom the Northwest
A t t o r n e y and A b s t r a c t e r indicted. The ofliciuls
before t&ko the Missouri Pacific trains
LAKEVIKW , OREGON.
whom proofs were made were also from Denver or Pueblo, with the
Y /ill g iv e you b a rg a in s
Will practice before all tin* Courts of the arrested, but no true bills were choice of either going direct through
State ami .before the U. i. Land Oilice.
on groceries at h is store.
Office in Daly Block, next door to U. S. Laud found against them. The indicted Kansas City, or via \\ ichita, Fort
Office. Corn *fc j;ondenee solicited.
A ll b u sin ess done on a
persoas are C. B. Cunningham , ScoU and Pleasant Hill.
c a s h b asis.
Asa Rayburn, Glen Saling, Shelly Two trains dailv from Denver
A c o m p le te stock on
Jones, M aik Shackleford, Dennis al‘d Pueblo to St. Louis without
O’H ara und K ate Jam es. The ¡change, carrying all classes of
hand, and m ore on the
charges against them are conspir-- modern equipm ent, including elec-
w a y from S han iko.
| acy to defraud the Government out! trie lighted observation parlor cafe
W . H. 3T A A T 8 , Prop.,
i of lands by means of fraudulent i dining cars. Ten daily trains be-
homestead entries and proofs. The tween K ansas City ami St. Loui3.
prosecution is directed from Wash- W rite. or call on W. C. McBride,
ington, and from now on careful General Agent. 124 Third street,
investigations will be made as to Portland, for detailed information
homesteads proven up. The de- u|)d illustrated literature,
partm ent will put a num ber of new
A B u s in e s s P re p o s itio n .
special agents in the field for this
you are going east} a careful
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VC-t- í>,'‘^ (n W iv ít e A'
selection of vour route is essential
A P o s t o f f ic o f o r B e r.d .
to the enjoym ent of your trip. If Z
It is reported th at A. H. G rant it is u business trip time is the %
has been appointed postm aster of a main consideration ; if a pleasure ♦
new postoffics to be known a s ! triP- scenery and the tfonveniences ♦ The only first-class establishment of its kind in Western o
comforts of a modern railroad.
Bend. This will provide two post- and W hy
not combine all by using
olii oes located about one-hall » the Illinois Central, the Up-To-
T h e finest b r a n d s o f w i n e s , liq u o rs, boers anti ♦
mile apart. On account of the | Date road, running two trains
c ig a rs c o n s t a n t l y on h a n d .
Desehutes postotlice having been 1 daily from bt. Paul and M innesp
formerly nam ed Bend patrons will
from Omaha to Chicago.
. , , . have to
. m ake
i, at Free
Chair u cars, !• th e 1 Eastern people uie especially invited to rail tit the Buffet when in the city. ♦ 1 *
botli oflices in order to obtain their carS| atl trajn8 vestihuled. In
short thoroughly modern through-
inquiries have been sent to j out. All tick fra “leading via the
W ashington to obtain inform ation ’ HHnoie C'Ttrr.l will be honored on
fra te rn i li
as to the data give» by Inspector 4 ^ srfge(Jk,,i,;! an J no exlra fare
M rs. C. E. M eD ow all, P ro p .
Riches to the departm ent upon Our rates are the same as those
distances, roads and patrons.
of inferior roads—why not get your ¡O n VOlir w ay to Deschutes and Silv Lake you will want
If the departm ent established money’s worth?
g u a r a n te e d q u a lity.
to stop at a ¿rood hotel while in Prineville.
the new oilice with a full under W rite for full particulars.
B. II. T ritmjh ' ll , Com. Agt.
R ifle s, P isto ls, S ho tgu ns standing of the nearness of the of
F. * P. A.,
The PlllNEYlLLE lias the reputation of liein<rthe Best; ask
fices together, it m arks a change J. C. Lindsey, T. Portland,
in postoitice policy ; if theie have Paul B. Thomson, F. it I*. A.,
your friends if it isn’t.
/r e t
Seattle, W ash.
been any m isrepresentations made
to the departm ent it may cause
Fine R o o m s and B e d s .
R a iiro a d to D u f u r .
some one trouble.
J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL CO..
W S. Conroy, of The Dalles, is
C hico pco F a lls, M ass.
S u r v e y of A g r i c u lt u r a l L a n d .
in the city today, and says there
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Two townships of unsurveyed ag- are now 100 msn and about 15
OYSTER H O U S E A N D L U N C H COUNTER ♦ ♦
n . O. ROGERS, PROP.
ricultural land in Lake county will l®mms work on the G reat South-
shortly be surveyed by the govern cm railroad, which is to be built
F re sh E a s t
ment and opened for homestead *rorn a P°*nt three miles above The
( § m
t n &
application. Two years
•ars ago a Dalles
* " ,,vo to Dufur, a distance of 27 w
M aala o f All K in d » ♦
through a rich wheat district, o- D ay a n d N iffht.
great deal of govern m ent survey-
S e rv e d to O rd e r. ♦
iroved that, in The new roatl will join tho O. R. %
ing was done, but it proved
♦ ♦ *
M i l l e r B u il d in g , Prineville, O r e g o n .
N eeded in E v e r y H om e j many cases, the survey was in it N. tracks at the mouth of F it’- %
d u c ed by fraudulent representa teen Milo creek, threa miles cast of
•» Johnson Crook
• 2 •» i of trade was also tlie greatest of
tions as to the num ber of settlers The Dalles, and while it is incor 1 Boaver
. . •! K uteher
. 2 i an}' country.
U p to i ) a t c
on the lands, and that the survey
II reev e.................... __ 1 MrKay ..............
was exclusively for the benefit of I in*ton and >•
the manage- i Cliorrv ( reck . . . . 1 Montsfonitirv
K oy «
I NewMoni ............. ___ ;i ! Mrs. Botkin the alleged poisoner
lumhermen. The governm ent upon m ent of outside parties, it it Cross
H ardin ............ __ 2 I’rinovillo ......... . 9 of two women in Deleware is being
S u m m it ..................
discovering this state of affairs dis thought to be r. branch of the O. R. H Hay
.. 1 Willow Creek
---- 2 I triod the
second lima time at San
continued survey work in this lo
Total ............................................................... lie Franciseo.
cality until tho present time, and th at locality hope to see it extend- The same being one delegate at
now confines its effort* to non-tim . ed further south, through W a.co , ]arge for each pr#cin(.t 8lltJ , ne for Sheriff Storey, of M ultnomah,
bered tracts. It will bo some time coutlty -
every 150 votes and fraction of 8 or discharged 111 employees of hit of-
A D ic tio n a r y o f E N G L I S H ,
B io g r a p h y ,G c < K riip h y .F lc tio n .e « c .
in 1902 for for Governor.
Hon George at
fice the on late
of disloyalty to him
before any more tim ber lands are Dem ocratlc P r , m a rlee nd C o u n t y E . Cham
T h e N e w a n d E .n larg cd
C o n ve n tio n .
'pj19 Central Committee recom-
E-dition C o n ta in s
noneilatory attitude *f the
that th# Democratic M The
2 5 , 0 0 0 N ew W o r d s
Will be F o r W i l l i a m s o n .
vention, for Crook County, Ore- ! prim aries be held in the »everal ultnomah Simon faction after
N e w G a r c t t e e r of th e W o rld
w ith m m e tlm n 2'i.uuO titles, baaod on the
is hereby called to inset at Pr*e' nct8 *t the voting places tho prim aries was not of a pattern
latest < ei.ills returns.
March 2f>, with its attitude the day before.
N e w B io g ra p h ic a l D ic tio n a r y held their prim aries on April 2. the Circuit Court room in I’rine- therein on a. .'aturday,
contiiiiiim r nutm -sof ovcrlfl.uiiiiiiioivi.rtliv The county is entitled to 10 delegates ville. Oregon, on Saturday. April '1904. at 11
persons, w ith nationality. occupation, date
Done by order of the Demo- Senator Burton of Kansas is be
of reigns, date of t.irili, death, etc.
m ittes. ing tried in a federal court for
. p e t e of nom inating candidates for cratio County Central C
Edited hjr TV. T. H A R R IS , P hD .. LL.D. . the
using his official influence in favor
U nited States t'om m is.ioncr of Education*
a fraudulent get- rich-quick
N e w P la te s
2 3 8 0 Q u a r to P a g e s
R ic h B in d in g s 5 0 0 0 I l l u s t r a t i o n s
rush. Furnish is in control of the four delegates to the Democratic M. R. B ig g s ,
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county, and it is conceded th at he State, Congressional, and District
l a t h e western states 157 sa
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GO delegates which b ars bsen *p-
Those a n t i c i p a t i o g an Eastern portioned amoag the several r e t i D g
trip, o ra visit to the Louisiana precincts, as follows:
Purchase Exposition at St. L ouis,: S iS r^ek
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States for 1903, shows that our ex-
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tempts ar# being made to have ths
transcontinsntal railroads lower
their rates to a point at which lum-
uermen can snip to M isieuri river