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LAK EVIEW , OREGON.
W ill p ractice before a ll th e C ourts of the
S tate an d before th e U. i. L and Office.
Office in Daly Block, n e x t door to U. S. L and
Office. C orrespondence solicited.
DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 9, 1904.
C. H. D A L R Y M P L E ,
A t t o r n e y and A b s t r a c t e r
C ON VEN TION .
any peint east, to
write us before
Delegates In structe d for W H IIam - m aking final arrangement*.
son and Mitchell and C o u n ty
We ean effer the choice ef
Officers N om inated.
least a dozen different routes.
iw h w v w i
W V T y y w i w
B. H. T r u m b u l l , Com. Agt.
The republican county conven
tion met at Prineville Wednesday, J. C. Lindsey, T. F. A P. A.,
and eltoted the following delegate*
M. R. BICCS,
to the state and congressional con Paul B. Thomson, F. <fc P. A.,
Attorney at Law and notary. vention : H. Gray, T. S. H a m il
W i l l g iv e y o u b a r g a in s
M a in S tr e e t, P r in e v ille , O r e g o n .
ton. Will Wurzweiler, Henry Win-
g ro ceries at hi» store.
T H E R E A L TH INC.
Office on street le a d in g to C ourt House.
dom and M. R. Elliott. These
A ll b u s in e s s d one on a
men were stongly instructed for j Cold Discove red o n the T o p of
a s h b a sis.
DR. W . W . T A C C A R T ,
W illiamson and bouquets
A c o m p le te sto ck on
passed to the Oregon delegates in
Quite a little excitement was
E Y E S P E C IA L IS T . congress. The resolutions were caused this week by the report th at
h a n d , an d m o re on the
gold had been discovered 15 miles
w a y from S h a n ik o .
P o in d ex ter Ilo te
P rin e v ille, Oregon favored by all but one delegate..
The nominations for county officers I north of here and two miles from
W . H. S T A A T S , Prop.,
B. M A T T H E W S , moved off quietly. Several candi- j the river. Chauncey P. Becker
dates were nominated by acclam a and Otto Retzlaff have been quiet
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W .
W ill p raetiee before th e U nited States Suprem e tion.
The following candidates for ly prospecting about Cline Butte
C ourt, th e C ourt of (.’laim s, all th e D ep art
m ents, an d C om m ittees of Congress.
county offices were n o m in a te d : in section 21, Tewnahip 15 S,
Special a tte n tio n given to contested and ex-
p a rte ceses u n d er th e T im ber and Stone. Hom e Charles Gilchrist, county c l e r k ; Range 12 E , and had 18 samples
stead , T ow nsite, an d m in e ra l laws. Cases be
fore Congress, m ail ro u te contracts, an d p a t W. A. Bell, county ju d g e ; F ran k taken fro « various parts of a forty
e n ts for in v en tio n s.
Elkins, sheriff; Wm. Boegli, super aero tract a-saved, with the result
Offices: Bond B uilding,
W A S H I N G T O N . D. C.
intendent of schools;
Charles! th at it was found te contain geld
Gray, j to the extent of $3.78 per ton, as
H . r . BELKNAP
C H A S . 8 . ED W A R D 0
; | well as a small a m o u n t of silver.
BELKNAP A EDWARDS
The ore is found on the surface
Sid Stearns, county commissioner;
P h y s i c i a n s an d S u r g e o n s
ef the top of Clins Butte and it is
J* L. McCulloch, assessor.
P R IN E V IL L E , O R E G O N .
M rs. C. E. M c D o w e ll, P rop .
One outside delegate made the believed th at the whole butte is
Office In A dam son & W in n ek Co’s. Drug Store
convention several speeches evi composed of it. Becker and Retz On your way to Deschutes and Silver Lake you will want
dently of a Moody flavor, b a t he lalf have staked off mining claims
h . w. REED,
to stop at a £Ood hotel while in Prineville.
was suffering from hiccoughs and, and on W ednesday a large party
N o ta r y
I P u iT o lio as a delegate from this precinct re from Swalley’s bridge also located
Draws u p deeds, m ortgages, etc.., and
marked, “ was too full for utter claims near by. A party of about 'The PRINEVILLE has the reputation of bcinjfthc best; ask
ex ecu tes all k in d s of legal d o cu m en ts
w ith care an d precision.
15 persons went from this place
your friends if it isn’t.
Thursday for th a t vicinity for the
T o Restore L o s t Rights.
purpose of taking claims. Old set
Fine R oom s and Beds.
Senator Dubois has reported a tlers have always believed th a t
bill to restore homestead rights to Cline Butte a i d S.aSir. Rock con
»♦«‘'e e e e e e * «
persons who took homesteads and tained gold, bu t the metal has
O ’l S T E I L
afterwards lost them. The fellow- \ ■ ever heretofore been shown up in ♦ O Y S T E R H O U S E A N D L U N C H C O U N T E R
ing is the text of the b i l l :
paying quantities. The mine is ¡ 5
D. G. ROGERS, PROP.
“ That any person who has here- j well located, as the Deschutes
Fresh E a s t
lofore made or who may hereafter i river will furnish plenty of power
m ake entry under the homestead and water for m ining operations.
O ijen a t A ll H o u r
M e a ls o f A ll K in d s
laws, but who «hall show to the
Day a n d N ig h t.
S e r v e d t o O rder.
Oregon C ongressm en.
satisfaction of the commissioner of
Millar Building, Prineville, Oregon,
the general land office th at he was
In the second congressional dis
unable to perfect the entry on ac trict Williamson has already se leeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeè
count of some unavoidable com cured 121 votes for renomination.
plication of his personal or busi Necessary to a choice 93. The fol
L Y T L E , OREGON.
ness affairs, or oa account of an lowing are th e Williamson dele
honest m istake as to the character gates by counties :
Lytle's Leading Grocery Store is being stocked to its full
of the land ; th at he made a bona
capacity, aud the people of this community will find it
Crook 5, Grant 7, Morrow 5,
m uch to heir advantage to trade there.
fide effort to comply with the Umatilla 16, Clatsop 10, Columbia
homestead law and th a t he did not 7, M ultnomah 71.
Lytle, Ore go n.
relinquish bis entry or abandon j Moody has two counties solid, No. 6 Bro adw ay.
his claim for a consideration, shall Wasco 12, Wheeler 4. All the
be entitled to the benefit of the other counties aro either divided,
homestead laws as though such or are non-committal until they
former entry had not been made.” ! see which is the right wagon to
P r in e v ille
THF. KEW MO EILAMEB EDITION OF
A similar bill was passed in climb upon.
1900, and homestead rights were
restored to persons who lost them
One of the Best Appointed Buffets a t the County Seat.
apparently ahead. If, however, he
previous to th at time.
does not win on the first ballot, he
I F .reels in V ocabulary. 1113 th e mo«*t u se fu l
C H O IC E S T B R A N D S O F L IQ U O R S A N D C IG A R S A L W A Y S IN ST O C K
m i . ; .~e tiiitl co-iieuiM, ju d icio u sly selected to
C a t tle -g r o w e r 's C onvention.
will not win
■ ex ch aio c o rru p tio n s o f go<vl usage, an d to
■ avoid u n in te llig ib le tech n icalities.
There will be a coaventiou of the
E xcels in A rran g e m en t. E ach w ord be- '
End of P a lm e r Matter.
g ' is j p tm i^ru p h i.i n s c o rre c t a lp h a b e tic a l i
N e w F e d e ra l In d ic tm e n ts .
“The W orld’s Fair Route.”
cattle-growers of Oregon held in
pl:*cc an d is read ily c a u g h t by th e eye.
E xcels in E ty m o lo g its. Theso aro com - ! Portland, April 16th, beginning at
The case against A. C. Palmer,
The federal grand ju ry has in
ple»e an d sc.e;itillr% a iu em body th e l>est
re su lts o f philology. T hey aro n o t scrim ped
accused of impersonating a gov take the Missouri Pacific trains dicted a very large num ber of per
o r crow ded in to o b reu ro places.
; 10 a. n i , continuing in the e v e n -;
1 Excels in P ro n u n ciation w hich H in d icated
ing. The people interested in this ernm ent official by representing from Denver or Pueblo, with the sons this season. Besides the per
by icsp o llin g w a n th e «Uncritically m ark ed |
le tte r s used in th e feboo ¡books, th e so u n d s ) great industry are earnestly re himself to be a Uniten States Com choice of either going direct through sons whose names are already given
c f w hich a re ta u g h t in th e p ublic schools.
quested to be present, as subjects missioner after his time had ex Kansas City, or via Wichita, Fort out, eight warrant* have been is
E xcels iu D efinitions. T hey aro clear,
terse, y e t com plete, an l ore g iv en in th e
will be discussed of the greatest pired, was dismissed. P alm er was Scott and Pleasant Hill.
o rd er in w hich th e w ord Inis acq u ired its
sued for persons whose names are
shades Of m ean in g . M any o f th e deli- I
importance to all cattlemen.
The indicted by a grand ju ry some time
Two trains dailv from Denver kept strictly secret. T he present
nit ions a rc illu stra te d .
Excels in its A p pendix which is a p acked
meeting will be held at the Audi-! ago and tried, but ths ju ry dis and Pueblo to 8t. Louis without term of court bids fair to be one of
sto reh o u se o f U lcaiii know ledge.
E xcels os a W orking D ictionary. No o th e r
between Taylor and Sal-, agreed and no verdict could be se change, carrying all classes of the lengthiest in the history of the
book em bodies so muv. h ti.-cful in fo rm a tio n ,
mon, on Third St.
cured. As a consequence it was modern equipm ent, including elec- district court.
is so v alu a b le an d co n v en ien t f o r co n su l
ta tio n , o r so in d ispensable in th e hom e,
G r a n t M a y s , Secretary.
decided to dismiss the charge en trio lighted observation parlor cafe
stu d y , school, o r office.
Advertised Le tte r List.
The International has 2380 quarto
dining cars. Ten daily trains be
T h e Fair Route
pages with 5000 illustrations. 25,000
The following letters remained
tween Kansas City and St. Louis.
new words ar.d phrases have recent'y
T h e W o rld 'S F air Route.
Via Chicago or New Orleans to
for at the Deschutes post-
been added and the Gazetteer of the
Write, or call on W. C. McBride,
World and Biographical Dictionary-
St. Louie, ia t h t one th a t g i y e s you
Those anticipating an Eastern General Agent. 124 Third street, office for tho month ending Feb.
have been completely revised under
the rooet for your m seey,—and the trip, or a visit to the Louisiana Portland, for detailed information 29th., 1904.
the supervision of W. T. Harris,
Ph.D., LL.D., U. S. Commissioner
Jam es Johnrnn Stanley Gray
fact th a t ths Illinois Central offers Purchase Exposition at St. Louie, aud illustrated literature.
M rC h as Hofinisr Mr W S Holbrook
service via these cannot afford to overlook the a d
L E T US S E N D Y O U F R E E
Parties calling for any of ths
•' A Teat in Pronunet»i!on ” whl. t
points to the Worlds Fair, and in vantage* offered by the Missouri
Repairs on the Crook cognty
p le w in t ur.<l in stru c tiv e evening-'» e n ter-
above letters will please mention
tH .m nent. Illu s tra te d ,u :n ,itile t alr«i free.
this connection to nil points be Pacific Railway, which, on account courthouse are completed. The the fact th a t they are on the adver«
G . St C M E R R I A M C O . , p u b l i s h e r s ,
yond, mekee it to yonr advantage, of its various routes and gateways, building is now good a t new, or, if tised list.
6 PRINO FIE LD, MA8 8 .
in case you contemplate a trip to has been appropriately
nam ed anything, a little better.
W. H. S t a a t s , Postmaster.
Deschutes, • - - Oregon.
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