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DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL IC, IDOL
C. H. D A L R Y M P L E ,
Attorney and A b stra c te r
A Party Feud.
Isenberg, who wad suspended
L A K E V IE W , OREGON.
from the position of inspector of
W ill p ractice before all th e C ourts of th e forest reserves some time since,
S tate am t before th e U. >. L and Otlice.
Office in Daly Block, n ex t door to U. 8. L and was dismissed from the service last
Office. C orrespondence solicited.
week. John Combs of I’rineville
had been recommended to the
DR. W. W. T A C C A R T ,
president for the appointm ent by
E Y E S P E C IA L IS T . Williamson and Fulton. It now
appears th a t some Prineville re
P o in d ex ter Ilo te
P rin e v ille, Oregon
publicans have been “ k nocking”
Combs to the interior departm ent,
M. R. B 1 CCS,
until it is doubtful whether he will
Attorney at Law and notary. get the place. The people who are
M a in S tre e t., P r i n e v il l e , O r e g o n .
knocking Combs are using the
same brand of tactics as was used
Office on stre e t le a d in g to C ourt House.
in the late republican primaries in
B. M A T T H E W S , Prineville. There is one republi
A T T O R N E Y -A T -LA W .
can coterie in Prineville th a t is
W ill p ractice before th e U nited S tates Suprem e
trying to force Williamson te select
C ourt, th e C ourt of Claim s, all th e D epart
m ents, an d C om m ittees of Congress.
for federal appointment
Special a tte n tio n given to co n tested an d cx- persons
p a rte ceses u n d er tin* T im ber an d Stone, Hom e
Those people are
stead, T ow nsite, an d m in e ra l laws. Cases be
fore Congress, m ail ro u te co n tracts, a n d p a t
e n ts for in v en tio n s.
Offices: Bond B uilding,
is something to get. At other times
they are indifferent. There has
beeu no small am ount of trickery in
H . I*. B E L K N A P
late republican primaries, and
B E L K N A P 4. E D W A R D S
th a t is being made
P h y s ic ia n s and Surgeo ns
shows how little
P R IN E V IL L E , O R E G O N .
Office iu A dam son A W innek Co's. D rug Store
N o ta r y
S ta rted
Draw’s u p deeds, m ortgages, etc., and
ex ecu tes all k in ds of legal d o cu m en ts
w ith care und precision.
M IL L .
T h is Way.
The Great Southern Railway Co.,
the lately incorporated company
building from this city to Dufur,
filed, yesterday for record a mort
gage with the clerk of this county
for $5,000,000, to tLe Washington
T rust Co., of Suyltle. ?,'h;e mort
gage covers all property now in
possession of the
which may come into its possession
by reason of building said line of
.•oad. As set forth in the docu
ment the object of the com pany is
to construct and operate a line of
railroad from a point near The
Dalles, Or., southerly to San F ra n
cisco, Cal., and northerly through
the state of Washington. This is
the largest single mortgage ever
filed for record in the county clerk’s
office, and if the object is fully car
ried out The Dalles will be the
terminus of a veiy extensive ra il
road.— Dalles Chronicle.
A d vertisin g th e Country,
pam». - s s m
N e e d e d in E v e r y H o m e |
Up to Date
A D ictionary of E N G L IS H ,
B io g rap h y .G e o g ra p h y ,Fiction,etc.
T h e N ew a n d E nlarged
E d itio n Contains
2 5 , 0 0 0 N e w W o rd s
The D. I. it P. Co. has issued a
well written and illustrated book
let describing the Deschutes coun
try and its irrigation work. It
takes up in detail the character of
the soil, source of water supply
and the prices th a t products raised
on the land will bring. The issue
of the booklet numbers 10,000, and
they are to be distributed iu sec
tions where desirable new settlers
are likely to come from. There is
certain to be a large influx of
settlers during the year, and a
still greater Dumber of people will
come in to investigate the s itu a
N e w G a r e tte c r of the W o rld
w ith m o re th a n 25.000 title s, bused on th e
la te s t cen su s re tu rn s .
N ew Biographical D ictionary
m n ta in im r nam es o f o v r r lO.roo n o te w o rth y
persons, w ith n a tio n a lity , o ccu p atio n , d a te
o f reig n s, d a te o f b ir th , d e a th , etc.
Fd i t o d 1 y \ 7 . T H A R R I S . P h D., LL. D.
U n ited S tates ( ’onirn: -«inner o f Education*
N e w Plates
2 3 8 0 Quarto P a c e s
R ic h Blr.dinns
W c also j»u: lifch
W ebster's Collegiate Dictionary
with G lossary o f Scot tish W ords an d Phrases.
H o o p e r* * .
M d) I! lust m* io ta . S i » 7*If*i* .VS inr h rt.
' F irst-class in q u a lity , second-class in size."
L E T U S SEN D YOU FR E E
"A T eet in P ro n u n c ia tio n " w hich affords a
p le a sa n t and in s tr u c tiv e e v e n in g 's e n te r
ta in m e n t. Illu s tra te d p am p h le t also tree.
G .6C .M E R R IA M COMPANY.
P ublishers, Springfield, Mas*.
T h e W orld'S F a ir Route.
Those anticipating an Eastern
trip, or a visit to the Louisiana
Purchase Exposition at fit. Louis,
eannot afford to overlook the ad
vantages offered by the Missouri
Pacific Railway, which, on account
of its various routes and gateways,
has been appropriately
“The W orld’s Fair Routs.”
Passengers from the Northwest
take the Missouri Pacific trains
from Denver or Puebla, with the
choice of either going direct through
Kansaa City, or via Wichita, Fo:t
Scott and Pleasant Hill.
Two trains dailv frpm Denver
and Pueblo to St. Louis without
change, carrying all classes of
modern equipm ent, including elec
tric lighted observation'parU'r cafe
dining cars. Ten dai.«' trains be
tween Kansas City anil St. Louis.
Write, or call on '.V. C. McBride.
General Agent. 124 Third street,
Portland, for detailed information
and illustrated literature.
STA A TS
W ill g iv e y o u b a r g a in s
on g ro ceries at h is store.
A ll b u s in e s s d o n e on a
c a s h b a sis.
A co m p le te sto ck on
h an d , an d m e r e on th e
w a y from S h a n ik o .
W . H. S T A A T S , Prop.,
W illia m s o n R en on m ated.
Congressman J. N. Williamson
was renominated for his present
office by acclamation on Wodnes
day. It bad been apparent for
some flays th at this would he done.
U m atilla and Baker counties show
ed overwhelming majorities for
Williamson in their county con
ventions, and the various deleg a -!
tions as they reached Portland t
from Eastern Oregon showed that
Moody bad not more than a total
of 3(5 delegates from the Inland
Empire, while W illia n s o n came
M rs . C. E . M c D o w e ll, P r o p .
up with GO. Moody wai willing to
m ake his fight in the convention,!
On your way to Deschutes and Silver bake you will want
but the delegations favorable to
him did not see m atters in that
to stop at a good hotel while in Princvillo.
light, and were soon cheering lust
ily for W illiam son in the conven 'Pho PRINEVILLE lias the reputation of beinsrthe best; ask
tion. Binger H e rm an n was nom i
your friends if it isn’t.
nated from the first d strict also
without opposition. Harris was a
Fine Rooms and Beds.
much stonger opponent, than w <s
Moody in the second, but could not
m uster n majority and retired t
O ’K T E I L ,
from the field. Moody’s campaign o
OYSTER H O U S E AND LUNCH C O U N T E R
this year was even loss effective
II. U. ROG ERS, P R O P .
than th at two years ago, and it is
evident th at he has had his day in : Fresh E a s t
this congressional district.
A L L B A K E R Y GOODS K E P T C O N
Deschutes, * - - Oregon.
Wixt liitt-d Jhrmmll?.
• O YSTERS
A n o th er C h a p te r.
O p o n a t A ll H o u r
D a y a n d N isfh t.
STA N TLY
M e a lo o f A ll Kinchs
S e r v e d t o G r tie r.
Miller Building, Prineville, Oregon.
H enry Meldrum,
general for the Oregon district, has
been indicted by the federal grand
ju ry and arrested. There are 21
L Y T L E , OUEGON.
counts against him for forgery of
affidavits. There are numerous
Lytle’s Leading Grocery Store is being stocked to its full
tracts of uneurveyed land in Ore
capacity, and the people of this com m unity will find it
much to heir advantage to trade there.
gon aud these are surveyed when
it is shown by affidavits of settlers
th at there are a certain num ber of No. 6 Broadway.
residents on the land. I t is a l
leged th a t Meldrum forged affi
davits in order to procure the work
of surveying. Meldrum is well
P r in e v ille \
known here and it is remembered
th a t Inspector Greene accused him
One of the Best Appointed Buffets a the Countv Seat.
of doing something of the same
kind, when the timber land south
C H O IC E S T B R A N D S O P L IQ U O R S A N D C IG A R S A L W A Y S IN S T O C K X
of P au lin a mountains and near
Sand springs was surveyed. T h e 1
charges upon which he is arrested stables. The company has gone to as laid out, lies through the most
do not concern the Crook county considerable expense to obtain sup- difficult section of the country that
plies of sugar-beet seed from Ger- the line will encounter. This fivo-
Albert Canning, a sheepman of niany, the home ef the beet sugar mile road will he used as an ex
Crook County, was also indicted industry, and has brought in and perimental road to test the feasi-
for setting fires last sum m er in the planted a supply of hop roots, bilily of the automobile projeet.
Cascade forest reserve, and a Frank Ilulburt, cashier of the East- Some difficulty is being experienced
deputy m arshal was sent to Prine ern Oregon bank of Shaniko, who at present in securing teams to do
ville to arrest him.
is one of the largest stockholders, the necessare work, but will begin
L O W ’S
C lin o F a lls
Pow er Com pan y.
The Cline Falls Company is do
ing a great deal of good work on
its Deschutes river farm. There
will be under irrigated crop this
year over 250 acres. The company
has been at work only two years
and has put in shape a goodly
am ount of ground and its farm will
this year he well worth going sever
al miles to see. The acreage this
year will be divided up into fields
for vsrious grains, grasses sod veg-
C A S H
ip M llltlS ii
is now at the company's farm look-
ing after farming interests and col-
lecting his share of Deschutes
trout. The location of the farm is
ideal, and turbine wheel and ade
quate pumps make the work of ir
A R oad fo r Autos.
J. N. H am m ond has laid out
five miles ef road of the proposed
automobile line. This piece of
road begins near Heisler and ex
tends to Madras. The road, so far
shortly. If this experimental road
proves successful, the line will he
extended to this piaee. Steam
machines especially made for the
work will be used.
Several large packages of IT. S.
laud patents h a r e arrived at vari
ous land offices in Oregon. No a n
nouncement of receipt of patents
has yet been recoivcd from the
Lskeview office, but seme patent!
to land south of this place ought to
be in evidence shortly.