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Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Findley pass-
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la th e c o u n ty cou rt of th e S tate of Oregon for
James Tetherow left far Prine-
C rook county*
way to Prineville.
In th e m atter of th e a p p lic a tio n o f Shaw »V:
ville ou Tuesday.
H rosterhous for a retail liq u o r lic e n se at
m l. O regon.
J. A. Rayl went to Prineville the ! To lic the
J. A. Ryan went to Prineville
H onorable c o u n ty c o u r t :
We, th e u n d e rsig n e d . legal voters of Fond
Monday on business.
p recin ct, Crook c o u n ty , O regon, resp ectfu lly
p e titio n th e H onorable c o u n ty cou rt of Crook
who is ill at that place.
c o u n ty , state of O regon, to K r a u t a licen se to
Theophile St. Michel left for
Jam es W Shan an d G eorge H rosterhous, part
un der th e nam e aud sty lo of Shaw A Bros-
W. E. Guerin Jr., left for Port- ners
Prineville on Wednesday.
terh ou s, to s e ll sp ir itu o u s, m a lt am i v in ou s
¡land Saturday after spending sever- liq u o rs or fe r m en ted cid er, in less q u a n titie s
th a n on e g a llo n in th e p r ecin ct o f B en d,cou nty
Rev. 0. W. Triplett came out
1 al days in inspecting the work of of Crook, state o f O regon, for th e term of six
m ou th s. And for th is we w ill ev er pray:
from Prineville last Monday.
It W l>onkel
the D. I. &, P. Co.
I J Reed
Joel Elliott was over from Pow
P A Reisdorfer
I- O k eed
S. H. Dorrance returned Satur Oliver Johnson
A W Pope
ell Buttes early in the week.
A C I.ucas
day from Portland where he went Kd
It F H unter
Ole E rickson
E \V Gile
Mrs. George Bates and children to select machinery for the con TN in Stephens
N C Rasm ussen
■ - - -
M ilt Y oung
are visiting at Powell Butte.*.
struction of the Drake sawmill. J John
J R Brock
E m il Sw anson
Dan H eiaing
1 The Coun
iü ! r ji Ói
A I! Grant
S D ebing
An enjoyable dancing party was
There is no use talking about Oliver
G eorge D ow ser
t r y ’s B e s t .
J K Cox
had at Low’s hall last Saturday. keeping a covyitry back, when Ballard G ile
I D Turner
For d o c to r ’s fees w o n ’t I k * n ecessa ry w h en vou are a tta ck ed w ith c o ld s at th is season
I W M orehouse
W ill Marsh
of th e year, .lust g et a b ottle o f ‘ G R EE N R I V E R ” or “ H A R P E R ,” and tak e it 111
A pleasant dancing party was such families as one that arrived R K in ey
C C T riplett
the form of a hot “ tod dy ” Y our cold w ill lea v e vou an d vou w o n ’t suffer from th e
M axem Lepage
C 1) W eisz
held as Sizemore’s hall last night.
G A How son
St M ichel
W F Stew art
sist iu seeking homes in our midst T J heophile
J. F. Taggart returned Tuesday,
The family referred to come from C Al M Schw
T h e D a lle s ,
after spending a month in Prine
Kentucky and consisted of an old N 1* W elder
A m t Aune
gentleman and his wife and their John
W W hite
G eorge Sclileclit
W. Barnes came over from Prine children, and two married daugh
N otice is hereby given that the above petition
presented to the Honorable county court First Class Teams and Ui«H
ville and went to work for the D. I. ters with their progeny. In the w o f ill the be state
Very Reasonable Rates
o f Oregon for Crook county at the
thereof, to-wit, on the 4 th day
& P. Co.
three families there were 40 peo o f May, 1904 , term
or so soon thereafter as th e said !
court can hear the sam e, aud w ill th en and there >
W. H. Staats started for the ple, and they moved into one ask that the said petition be granted and a license
house. When Wasco county can be issued to the said Jam es \V Shaw and George ,
county seat last Wednesday on attract such families as this it is Hrosterhous to sell spirituous, m alt and vinous j
liquors aud ferm ented cider in less quantities
B E N D
O R E G O N
bound to cotne to the front.— than one gallon at the precinct o f Bend, in Crook
county, O regon, for the term o f six m onths.
Dated th is 17 th day c f March, A I) 1904 .
F. C. Rowlee made a business
Unequaled Facilities for Handling Locators and Commercial Travelers.
B R O ST K K IIorS. j
“The Register wants Newt
trip to Prineville the early part of
Williamson returned for the
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Miss Marshall, of Crooked river, same reason that we want L. T. In th e C ou n ty C ourt of th e State of Oregon for
Crook C ounty.
was a visitor at Lytle the first of Harris nominated and elected, In th e m atter of the a p p lic a tio n of Severt Deb-
lu g for a reta il liq u or lic e n se at Bond, Ore
e H onorable C ounty C ourt of th e State of
ability in the house, who can To O th regon
Crook C ounty:
All kinds of lumber
G. T. Slv from Rostand, passed grow into men of power and in We, th e for
u n d ersign ed , c itiz e n * , ta x p a y er s and Carries a complete line of sash, doors, roofing etc.
r esid en ts of th e p r ecin ct of B en d . Crook C ou n
through thi$, place on his way to fluence and be of service to the ty, O regon. w ould m ost rcifp eclfu lly p etitio n
th at your h o n o ra b le Court g r a n t a lic e n se to
state for the next 20 years. We Severt D ebing to «ell sp ir itu o u s, m alt am i v in
L O C A L N O T E 9.
C. J. S tu b lin g , W h o le s a le r.
H a rp e r
ML® ~ =~
S c h litz
O reg on .
Bend peed and Livery Stables.
THE DESCHUTES LU M BER CO.
Oscar Hyde, formerly of Prine have Fulton in the senate, J.
ville, has bought a half interest in N. Williamson in the house, now
we want Harris also; then three
ths Sineede Hotel at Eugene.
Th» weather was so disagreeable
the first of the week as to impede
progress on the D. I. & P. Co.’s
Mrs. Emma McGinnell cima in
from Portland last Tuesday. She
will keep house for the Dorrance
Hugh O’Kaae and W. J. Ratison
left for Portland Monday. Both
gentlemen intend to return to this
of Oregon’s four representatives
will be young, brainy, sensible
men, who will accomplish much'
for Oregon in years of continued
service. After a while it will be
necessary to prepare for a suc
cessor to Senator Mitchell, who
while still vigorous and forceful,
can not be expected to serve us
forever, as much as we might
wish it wTere possible.”—Eugene
N otice to V o te rs.
S T E ID L
ou s liq u o rs and ferm ented e id e r in less q u a n ti
ties titan one g a llo n in th e p r ecin ct of Bend,
C ounty of C rook, S tate of O regon, for th e term
of six m on ths. For th is w e w ill ev er pray:
E m il Sw anson
G ilbert H agan
G eorge S ch le c h t
T h éo p h ile St M ichel
(! A H ow son
H erbert P au lsen
E W G ilè
Barney L ew is
Jas O verton
N ( ‘ R asm ussen
W R osebush
A u g u st D reyer
Ole E rick son
W II Staats
O liver T horbjoruson
A II Grunt
G eorge H rosterhous
J K Brock
J W Shaw
Win S tep hens
I J Reed
I, O Keed
A W Pope
B allard G ilè
J D Turner
John E hler
A 0 l.uenH
N P Widder
J R Fa liham
A m t A une
T h eod ore A une
George A une
A nton e A une
O liver J oh n son
W F Stew art
A G S c h w a r ts
.1 K Cox
C D Weis*
W ill Marsh
(' B S w a lle y
r J C Jttor ’
M ilton Y ou n g
ü A Joh n son
John J D okken
D M M orehou se
F L Marsh
N otice is h ereb y g iv e n th at the above p e titio n
w ill be presen ted to th e H on orab le C ounty
C ou /t of th e sta te of Oregon (or ('rook C ou n ty
Ht^he n e x t regu lar terra th ereof, to-w it, on th e
4th day of May, 1901, or as soon th ereafter as
tin said cou rt can hear th e sam e, and w ill
th en Hud th^re ask th at th e said p e titio n bo
granted and h lic e n se be issu ed to th e said
Sevort D ebing to s e ll sp iritu o u s, malt^rnd v in
ous liq u ors and ferm en ted eid er in less q u a n
titie s th an one g a llo n at th e p recin ct of Bend,
Crook C ou n ty, O regon, for tiie term of six
m on th s.
D ated t h i s 2 -'th (lnv of M arch. 11101.
h a n ik o to P r i n e v i l l e in 1 2 H o u r s .
S h a n ik o -P rin e v ille S ta g e Line
C . M. CORNKTT, l'rop.
M aking- C lose C o n n ectio n w ltb th e P rin evllle-B o
S H A N IK O -PR IN E V II.IiE SC H E D U L E.
ally S U g e.
Leave Slianiko 6 p. m.
Arrive Prineville (j a m.
Leave Rend ft :iS0 a. m.
Arrive Prmevtlle 12 in.
P R IN E V IL L E -B E N D SC H E D U L E.
Leave Prineville 1 p. in.
Arrive Bend 0:30 p. m.
I.cave Prineville 1 p m .
Arrive Slianiko 1 a. in.
PASSENGER oM> FREIGHT RATES REASONABLE
HOTEL ST A R T S
lieta York Gash Store.
M IL L IN E R Y , D R Y GOODS, SH O ES, Etc.
D E SC H U T E S
F A R E W E L L B EN D SALOON.
The choicest brands of Beer, Wines, Liquors
and Cigars always on hand.
j »FLIGHTFUI, ROUTE
I lAYLIGHT RILE
Honorable court grant n lice ns-. to Charles Brock
to sell spirituous, m alt and vinous liquors in less
quantities than one gallon in the precinct o f
I te r i, in the County o f Crook, State o f Oregon,
for th term o f six m onths. For th is w e will
ever pray :
W illiam F Stew art
T St M ichel
n C Low
J A McCourt
P R Reisdorfer
C J Cottor
T S Brock
J 1 W est
J W Shaw
Em il Swanson
G A Howson
J E Sh-jridan
John ste id l
J 1. Kever
A W Pope
J K Brock
S D ebing
C r. Sw alley
Ci li Bro*itcrhottS
W H staatf*
Barm y Lew is
A C Lucas
W I* Weider
A II G rant
Milton Y oung
C t* T riplett
C D W eiss
M D M ayfield
I J Keed
G eorge Schlecht
L t> k ‘-ed
M C A ubrey
N otice is herebv given that the above p< tltion
w i’l lie presented t<> the H ororsble County Court
o f the »tate o f Oregon for Crfx>k county at the
next regular term there of, to*wit. ou the 4 th day
o f May, 1904 , or as **oon thereafter as the «r.id
court can he, r the sam e . and w ill th en and there
ask th: t the ^ id pet ition l>i granted and a
lu, .is- be is'-tioi to tne sai ! Ch. rlcs Brock to
at ill« prrv tile: * t Per '
I j l Z Z Y CRA G S
L KER CANYONS
A Goiden Opportunity
See Nature, in all her glor
ious beauty, and then the
acme of man’s handiwork.
Tho first is found along
the lin o of the D k x v e ii i t
Rio G iia & d e R a il r o a d ,
the latter at the St. Louis
World’» Fair. Your trip
will be one of pleasure—
make the most of it. For
inf irmation ar.d illustrat-
id literature write
W . C. M c B rid e , Gen.
lanttties than one gallon
D ated thfe Tgtb dux o f \k
*h. 1 ■ :
CI1ANLFS I ROCK.
I’O K T I.A X D , 0 L L -ON.
IIEADQCARTERS FOR TOURISTS AND TIMBKltMKN
BIiACKSJVUTiilNG AND HORSESHOEING.
All kinds of wagon work done in
first class shape; short notice jnbs a specialty.
PRÎNEVILLE-SILVER LAKE STAGE LIME.
1>P K VANbEVEUT, PRO”.
Carries U. S. Mail, express and passengers through in two days. Takes
you through the picturesque Deschutes Valley and tho great
yellow pine timber belt.
EXPRESS AND PARSENUEKS WAYBTI.LKD AT DESCItCTES POSTt.llTCE.
L. A. RODITI P rin ev ille A gent.
The Echo is R eliât e.
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 a t
Now is the time to register. You
Watt Jones and family, of Pow
ell Buttes, were visitors at the
home of George Bates the early 15 to register, and it is imperative
that registration be accomplished
part of this week.
as speedily as possible. Be sure
This popular resort is under the special management and super
The New York Cash store has
and have your location—lot and
of IV. II. Staats.
received a new shipment of gentle
block, or number of room when in
men’s hats. All the nobby shapes
N O TICE FO R PUBLICATION.
hotel, or section, township and
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at extremely low prices.
-hand Oflh e at Tlu* D alles, O regon,
range when out of town.
February .'»th. B:04.
N o tice is h ereb y giv e n th at in c o m p lia n ce
J. C. Turney, Fred Lordman and is to facilitate registration and is w ith
th e p ro v isio n s of th e net «>f C ongress of
n e it, 1K7.H, e n title d •An act for th e sale of
A. M. Senvig, *of Livingstone, equally a time-saver to the voter Ju
tim b er lan d s in th e States of C aliforn ia, Ore
gon , N evada, and W ash in gton T errito ry ,” as
Mont., were in town Monday. and the county clerk.
e x te n d e d to ali th e l ’u b lic Baud S tates by a c t
These gentlemen are interested in
This registration is for two years !
C harles S. Kd ward s
THK MISSES STENBERG AND HANDLE, Props.
D esch u tes, c o u n ty of Crook, sta te of O regon,
timber and agricultural lands be and covers tbe coming presidential of
has on J u ly !», J'.Hi.t filed in tills office his sw orn
statem ent. Vo.
for th e prireha»** d th e SWJ 4
tween here and Silver Lake. They election.
of hoet ¡011 No.
ill to w n sh ip No. HIS. range
left Tuesday for the latter place.
Remember and bring your loca th at th e land so u g h t is m ore valu ab le for its
tim ber or sto n e th a n for a g ricu ltu ral p u rp oses, S,
A ll K in d s o f S ew in g a n d D re ssm a k in g Dona.
J. F. Taggart left on Tuesday tion, as the clerk cannot take time and to e v tu b liili his c la im to said land tie fore
noon’s stage for a iWo or three days’ to look up plats or records, as there fice at D e a d lin e s. O regon, mi W ednesday, th e
d ay of May. 1901.
visit in the Bend neighborhood. will be several hundred voters to 11th
He n a m es as w itn esse s: J. X. H u n ter.G lcn n i
M arsh, K iehara K ing and Jam es H u n ter, all of
register in the next two months.
Mr. Taggart has developed into
D esch u tes, O regon.
J. J. S m i t h .
A ny and nil persons c la im in ' a d v e n e ly th e
quite a student in the printing
ab ove-d escrib ed lan d s are requested to file
t h e lr c la im s in th is office on or before said
business since locating in Prine
»E V E R T D E BIN G , Prop.
U th day of May, ltud.
Mil HAIL T. NOLAff. R egister.
ville, and it is said be is contem
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plating the establishment of an 1 In th e county court o f th e State o f Oregon for
other wer-kly at Deschutes.— Prine In th e t r a i l e r o f th e a p p l ic a t io n g f C h a r le s B ro ck
fq r a iv t.til liq u o r lie •■>■-.- ;,t B e a d , O r e g o n .
ville Review. This is only a jollv. T < tlu liouoviible couuty court e f t h e M ate o f
Oregon for Crook •comity:
Tsgiiirr will gladly explain the We. the tr.ifk r.sigm <t, citizens, taxpayers and
, r esid en ti o f the precinct o f Bend. Crook county,
whole m a tte r, if you ask him.
O regon, would inspect fully petition th at your
The new postoffice of Bend, with
A. II. Grant postmaster, having
been authorized by the government
and daily mail service arranged
for it, ail of which was duly an
nounced in The Bulletin last week,
C. C. Hutchinson this week circu
lated a petition for a daily mail
service “for Bend and Deschutes.”
Mr. Ilulchincon is well known to
be an active and genial gentleman
but he had not before been suspect
ed of having such an acute sense
of humor.— Bend Bulletin. The
animosity of the Duke of Pilot
Butte tow ard Mr. Hutchinson <!• ->*
not seem to have abated in the
least, os evidenced by th e Ituke's
official organ, The Bulletin.