LO CAL N O T H 8 , as speedily us possible. Be sure N O T IC E . A. Long left for Prinerille Thurs and have your location— lot and In the cou n ty court o f the Stato o f Oregon for Crook oou iity. block, or number of room when in I ii the m atter o f tho a p p lication of Shatr it day morning. Brosterhous fo r a reta il liq u o r license at hotel, or sectiou, township and j Ben«! Oregon. C. D. Weiiz is transacting busi To the H onorable county c o u r t : range when out of town. Thisj We, the undersigned, leg a l v o te rl o f Pond ness at the county seat this week. precinct, Crook cou n ty, O regon, respectfully is to facilitate registration and is petition tho H on orable cou n ty court of Crook state o f O regon, to gran t a license to J. Harcrow returned to Prine- equally a time-saver to the voter county, James W Shaw a m i George Brosterhous, p a rt ners under the nam e and sty le o f Shaw it Bros- vilie after spending several days at and the county clerk. terhous, to sell spiritu ou s, m alt and vinous liq u ors or ferm en ted cid er, in less qu an tities Deschutes. This registration is for two years than one gallon in the precin ct o f Bend,county o f Crook, state* o f O regon, for the term o f six A. C. Stubling, of The Dalles, and covers the coming presidential m onths. And fo r this we w ill ever pray: H W D on k tl Chas Brock I J Reed John Stcidt transacted business in town this election. L O Reed I* A Reisdorfer Remember and bring your loca O liver Johnson A W Pope week. A C Lucas Ed Halverson tion, as the clerk cannot take time H F Hunter Ole Krickson The government has issued M J Morrison K W Oile to look up plats or records, as there Win Stephens N C Rasmussen twenty-one land patents to Crook will be several hundred voters to J 1. Kever M ilt Young J R Brock John KUler county people. Dan H eising Km il Swanson register in the next two months. S Dobing A II ('»rant J. J. S m i t h , O liver Thorbjornson G eorge Howser C. E. Lovell went to Prineville J K Cox Ballard Oile County Clerk. Th eodore Anne 1 D Turner for the purpose of purchasing sup I XV Morehouse W ill Marsh C C Trip lett R K in ey plies for company use. C D Weisz Maxem Lepage Advertised L etter List. Rev. Z. W. Commerford return The following letters remained ed to Prineville after conducting uncalled for at the Deschutes post religious services at Bend Sunday. office for the month ending Fob W. H. Staats returned from 29th., 1904. Prineville where he was in atten-: James Johnson Stanley Gray dance at the democratic coaven-! Mr Chas Ilofinier Mr VV S Holbrook Parties calling for any of the tion. above letters will please mention A fishing party composed of the fact that they are on the adver Messrs. Kelso, Lytle, Crabtree and tised list. \Y\ II. S t a a t s , Postmaster. Powell are busily engaged decreas ing the number of fish in the Des O c l i c c o Running Amuck. chutes. A sudden onslaught of extreme C. E. Dawson, the genial travel ing man for Lang & Co., Portland, ly hot weather brought tho Oehouo did business in Deschutes the first up to the danger point on Saturday and Sunday, and a lively interest of the week. W j I. Morhouse and J. I, West was shown in the welfare of the are the republican nominees for hose barn of the fire company and justice of tlie peace and constable a stable on the bank of the river. — Review. for this precinct. The New York Cash store has received a new shipment of gentle men’s hats. All the nobby shapes at extremely low prices. G. T. Sly, of Rosland, passed through this place on his way home after a visit of several weeks at points in Washington. C. B. Allen and wife returned to their home from Prineville where Mr. Allen had gone as a delegate to the democratic county conven-! tion. J. A. Rayl and wife are in Port land. Mrs. Rayl’s health has been poor for some time, and she wili receive medical treatment while away. It is said that quite a number of mineral claims in the Cline Butte vicinity have been located on land owned by the Cline Falls Power Company. The land was formerly school land. Tho I). I. A P. Co. has built two excellent bridges for their, ditch' where it crosses tlie Bear creek and Silver Lake roads. The bridges are stout structures and the ap proaches are well arranged. Thos. Newhausen, special agent of The Dalles land oilice, will be in this place on official business next week. Mr. Newhausen has been u member of the govern ment’s land force for many years and is a very genial gentleman. J. A Ryan was down from his ranch Tuesday and has gone to Prineville on business. Mr. Ryan claims that ha was uitususlly favor ed in the way of 6iiow during the winter, hut we suppose that it is the nature r f farmers to complain about climatic conditions. A. II. Kennedy, formerly of this place, has purchased the Prineville Review of Wm. Holder and is now sole proprietor of that publication. Mr. Kennedy he.; n. iny friends in this vicinity who wish him suc cess. Mr. Kennedv is one of the most expert job printers in Eastern Oregon. > N o t ic e to V o t e r s . Now is the tim - T- gu- r. '.'ou have only up till •> I’ . M. on May 15 to register, and it is imperative that registration be accomplished CONTEST NOTICE. U. S. Land Office, Th e Dalles, O regon. March 31, 1904. A sufficient contest affidavit h a vin g been filed j in this office by W illia m P. V andevert, con testant. against desort land en try No. itv.», made Oct. 4, 1901, fo r S\Vf4 and s ] 2 NV.'1, section 33, Tow n sh in 17 s, Range ]2 10, by James S. Taber Contested, in % h ic h it alleged that d u rin g the first year a fter m aking said en try said eontest.ee w h o lly fa ile d and neglected to expend the sum o f $1 per acre, or any part thereof, e ith e r in im provem en ts o r h v b e r o r in the c u ltiva tio n o fs a id tr r e t; th at d u rin g the first year a fter m ik in g sai l en try (th at is, be tween October 4, HHU. and O ctober 4, 1902) or at any tim e thereafter, said claim an t failed and n eglected to file p roof ( f labor perform ed up on said tra ct as requ ired by la w ; that said tract has been w h o lly .abandoned by the said James C. S. Taber: said parties a ie hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evid en ce tou ch in g said a lleg a tio n at 10 o ’ clock a. in. on May 2l. 190J, before J. M. L aw ren ce, lb 3 C om m issioner, at. his office at Deschutes, O regon and fin al hearin g w ill he held at 10 o ’clock a. m. on M ay 31, I 04. before the R e g ister and Re ce ive r tU^iie U nited States Land Office in The Dalles, Oregon. T h e said contestan t h a vin g, in a.pr )per r.f- fid avif, filed March 12 1904, set l«»rt!i facts w h ich show that a fte r due d ilig e n c e personal service o f this n otice cun not ue m ade, it is hereby ordered and d irected that such notice be g ive n by due and proper pu blication . M IC H A E L T. N O L A N , R egister. N O T iC E . In the county court o f the State o f Oregon for Crook county. In the m atter o f tlie application o f Charles Brock for a retail liquor license at Bend, Oregon. T o the H onorable county court o f the State c f Oregon for Crook comity: We, the undersigned, citizens, taxpayers and residents o f the precinct o f Bend, Crook* county, Oregon, would respectfully petition that your H onorable court grant a licenst to Charles Brock to sell spirituous, m alt and vinous liquors ir. less quantities than one gallon in the ‘precinct o f Bet:il, in the County o f Crook, State o f Oregon, for the term c f six months. For this w e w ill ever prav: T St Michel W illiam F Stewart I» C L ow J A McC'ourt C J Cottor P R Reisdorfer T S Brock J I West J VV Shaw Kir.il Swanson J K Sluridan G A II o\s soil John Steidl Herbert Paulson J L K ever A W Pope S Debing J K Brock G B Brosterhous C B Sw alley W i l ctauts Gilbert Hagan Bar cy Lew is A C Lucas A II Grant W P W eider M ilton You ng C C Trip lett M I t M ayfield C D W eisz K Ri.berti J Overton J J k eed G eorge schleeht L O Keed (» Johnson M C Awbr.-y Notice is hereby gi ■ that the nb *-e petition w ill b pr i to lhe Ho;\»rabv County Court o f th o f < >r.- m f- r Crock emu tty « t i n e next regular term thereof, lo n il. on ih e 4th rlav o i May, 10 - 4. or as so*.. 11 thereafter as tlx- said court c ».1 .1 al' th - i .ne. r i l w ill th.en and tuere ask that ti e sr.d ;>.:*iL.*u t> granted aim a license be irs ied to tiiv h a . t Charles brock to s. 11 spirituous m alt and vinous liquor anu fer mented cider in H-ss qnantities than one gall, n at the precinct o f i’e:i i. in Crook county, Oregon, for the t rm o f on months. Dated.tuis 29th day o f March, 1004. C H A k L E S BA'oCK. Jas Overton Théophile St Michel J o Sheridan Al Schwartz C M T ille y C J Cottor N P W eider Arn t Anne John W W hite In the C ou nty C ou rt o f the State o f Oregon for Crook County. In the m atter o f the a p p lica tion o f Sevort P o ll in g fo r a reta il liq u o r license at Bend, Ore-, gon. To the H onorable County Court of the State of O regon for C r«o k C o m ity : We, the u ndersigned , c itizen s, taxpayers and residents o f the precinct o f Bend. Crook Coun ty, O regon, w ould most respect fu lly petition that you r h on orable Court grant a license to S evert Debing to sell spirituous, m alt and v in ous liq u ors and ferm ented c id er in less q u a n ti ties than one gallo n in the precinct o f Bend, C ou nty o f Crook, State o f O regon, for the term o f six m onths. F or this we w ill ever pray: G ilb e rt H agan F in il Swanson T h eo p h ile 8t M ic h el George Schleeht H erbert Paulsen G A llow son K W G ilo Chas Brock B arney Lew is Jas Overt.-n N C Rasmussen V/ Rosebush O le Erickson A ugu st Dreyer \V If Staats O liver Th orbjorn son A I I Grant K M cLean G eorge Brosterhous J R Brock Wm Stephens J W Shaw L O Reed I J Reed B allard (.¡ile A W rop e John Elder J 1> Tu rner N V W eider A C Lucas A rn t Anne J R Bcnham T h eod ore Aune George A u n e O liv e r Johnson A n ton e Aune A c Schw arU W U S tew art M Brady J E Cox C D Wet*;: W ill Marsh M a x im Lepage O B S w alley (' J C Jttor * M ilton Y ou ng John-J P okken U A Johnson D M M orehouse F L Marsh § S c h litz J 'v ", ---------- j 1 __ i l - • — The Coun t r y ’s B es t. >A-T#c\row. ' V --- -------------— F o r d o c to r’s fees w o n ’ t be necessary w hen yon a re attacked w ith colds at this seasoi o f the year. Just get a b o ttle o f ‘ G R E E N R I V E R " or “ H A R P E R , ’’ and take it ii the form o f a hot “ toddy “ Y ou r cold w ill leave you and vou w on ’ t suffer from th effects o f ” chca|.’ ’ wb.isk. v, S H A W & B R O S T E R H O U S h a te lots of " G R E E N R I V E R ’ and ‘H A R P E R , ” and they want to • >hoa you. The Dalles, Gregors. First Class Trams and lii^s Very Iteasonable Bates Bend feed and Livery Stables. ! 1 ! BEND ; OREGON UneqiMied Facilities for Handling Locators and Commercial Travelers. I Satisfaction Guaranteed T H E D E SC H U TE S D U M B E R CO. Carries a complete line of sash, doors, roofing etc. A ll kinds of lumber for sale and special bills sawed to order. A gonts fo r Leffel T u rb in e S T E ID L & W a te r W h e e ls . REED, LYTLE, C R tC O N cm haniko t» P rineville in 12 H ours. T h ro u g h Shamko-PrinevilSe S ta ge Line O. M. C O R N K T T , Prop. Making Close Connection with the Prineville-Be a lly £t: ge. S H A M IK 0 -P R IN 3 V IL L E SCHEDULE. SOUTHBOUND NOHTHBOUSn Leave Slianiko ti p. m. Arrive I'riueviile (i a in. Leave lleml (»:L0 ». m. Arrive Prineville 12 in. PB IN E VILLE -B E N SCHEDULE. SOUTHROUND NORTHBOUND Leave Prineville 1 p. rn. Arrive Bend 15:30 p. in. Leave Prineville 1 p. m. Arrive Shaniko 1 a. m. First Ciass Accommodations for ih9 Traveling ublic H O T E L S T A R T S N O T IC E F O It D E S C H U T E S . OREGON- P U B L IC A T IO N . .’ .Hri.l Office at Tl»-- D alle*. Oregon. I-«.»or'itary -'»th, KOI. N otice is hereby g ive n that i n ‘ com plian ce w ith the provision s o f the act o f Congress o f June 3,1873, en titled “ An net for the sale of tim b er lands in the States o f C aliforn ia , Ore gon, N evada, ami W ashin gton Territory,** as exten ded to all the P u b lic Land Stales b y act o f A ugust 4, 1892, Charles S Edwards o f Deschutes, cou n ty o f Crook, state o f O regon, has op July 9, 1903. filed in this office bis sw orn statem ent No. 3009. for the purchase -if the SWV$ 01 .-ection No. '23 in tow nship N o. 19.S. range No. 10 E . W. M.. and w ill «»fior proof to show Hint iln* land sought is m ore valu ab le fo r its tim ber or stone than for agricu ltu ra l purposes, and to establish his claim to said len d before .1. M. Law rence. I". S. com m issioner, nt his o f lice nt Deschutes O regon, 011 W ednesday, tlie l lt li dny o f May. 1MH. lie names as w itnesses: J .N . H u n ter,G len n i Marsh. R ichard K in g am i James H unter, all o f liea eh u te*. < Iregon. A ny and »1! pe.r.vons cla im in g a dversely the above-described lands .ire re'|'ie.-iei to file th eir o,aim s in tills office ou or before said 11th day o f Ma x 1«*». M ichael T. N ol an . Register. r ffem York Gash Store, j i, THK MISSES STKNOERG A N I) HANDLE, Drops. M IL L IN E R Y , D R Y GOODS, SH O E S , E tc. \ New stock of dry goods and notions now in stock. ^ •| • K L I f f H T F r L ROUTE [ lAVLIOHT RIDE J IlZ / .Y C H A O S , 7 E K I* C A N Y O N S A G o ld e n O p iio rtu n tty See Nature, in a!! her glor ious beauty, at. 1 then tho acme of man's handiwork. The first is f nod nlonR lhe line of the D e X ver it Itro $CÌCIttÌfÌC . G p . a x d e H a i i . b o a d , the I.-liter at the Sr. Louis World s I air. \»>ur trip « i l l be 0 .c of pieni .ml'. most of it. information »nd illustrât *d litr-rfctnre write W . C . iVIcB iiiie, G en. A gt. pout I. A M r , o n r . i i o x . | All Kinds o f Sewing and Dro-ismakinf,- Done. DESC H UTES - OREGON. F A R E Y iT E L L B E N D S A L O O N . 8KVHKT D lilH NG , Prop. The choicest brands of Deer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand. HEADQUARTERS C fO Y R lG H T O & C . | • - quickly aarertain ru r opinion free ^n* ite- n:i mv** .1 -i is i*r »hahlf putci"nh'e. « •:»•* u»' tii--. • -•- h • ly '• > tbl nf inb HANDBOOK i I* T ‘ 3 seat free, oldest agency fo r securing paler t . Patent* t *n tan*ivh ilurin A Co. re. give s p r r i. li n n tiC f, without charge, in tb? Washtoiiton, it. 1. ±Lar_Pe r N otice is h ereb y g iv e n that the above p e tition PASSKNGKR ,-vND FR EIGHT BATES REASONABLE. w ill be presented to the H on ora ble C ounty Court o f t h « state o f O regon fo r Crook C ounty at the n ext regu lar term thereof, to-w it, on the A c c o m o d a t i o n s f i r s t - c l a s s in e v e r y r e s p e c t a t 4 'h day o f Mart-, 1901, or as soon th ereafter as lh e said court can hear tho same, and w ill then and th**re ask that the Ahiid petition be gran ted and a license be issued to the said | Sevort D ebing to sell spiritu ou s, m alt and vin- j ous liquors and ferm en ted cid er in less quan- j tities than one ga llo n a t the precin ct o f Bend, in Crook County, O regon, for the term o f six months. This popular resort is under the special management and super Dated th is cot la da v o f March. 1904. SE V E R T DEBING. vision of W. H. Staats. , ’ Branch OfT.ce. "25 F ammali Big Bill. Quick Service rade H arks D e s ig n s MÜNN & Co.3P,Bro,,,'a' New York up a N O T IC E . V EXPERIENCE A htTVT.rr«»’? !!!n«trftt#1 we«k’r. I nr.' --■* cl-- rnlatlo’. « f anr »ciemtflc 1*.iimal. Term >. Ç » a r < . r : f n rm on th »,$L t^riilb yallt $ G reen R iver Running G A llow son W F Stewau Kd Brosterhous M Brady Barney Lew is W A Dudley N ick Smith Antone Anne George Schlecht N otice is hereby given that the above petition w ill be presented to the Honorable comity court o f the state o f Oregon for Crouk county at the next regular term thereof, to-wit. on the 4th day o f May, 1904, or so soon thereafter as the said court can hear the same, and w ill then and thtre ask that the said petition be granted and a license 1).* issued to the said James VV Shaw and George Brosterhous to sell spirituous, m alt and vinous liquors and fermented cider in less quantities than one gallon at the precinct o f Bend, in Crook county, Oregon, for the term o f six months. Dated this 17th dav o f March, A I) 1904. S H A W ¿x BRO STERH O US. SO Y E A R S ’ T C . J. S tu b lin g , W h o le s a le r. FOR TOURISTS AND Near Postofiici*. TIMEERMEN D csc I hi I cm , Or. T R IP L E T T , BltACKSIHlTHUlG AND HOHSESHOEIflC. All kinds oi waifon work done in first eh si shape; slu.rt noti.-e ; ' Opposite schoolhousc, PICK ’ i va N , i i.-itv. DSHD, C P7.C0 ?L * .'iiJjLLTWP itA'i 'i I f ■■"'in i innr i r i ' wunr'i'm— r--nm-n—m P FT4PV1! 1 F -Q U b i , * . . 'J . U L C . O J 1. i nrmrrr -• r- \ f U” L i « il. . . c t a . . . vj nr * -s r "C .. -v 1 y ,;F L I - * i. « 'EY.::: r iR-ir. Carrie» l*. f*. >! .il, r xprrrs and p -<*ng r? t•.r h in t " dv. you through the picturesque De- chutr--; \ alley and ti.c gr at yellow pino timber be’t. it x r itr .s ;: and t-As.-F.NM KKS \ V A V t;ru . ! T > a t H K .; ir tT i: : . : i T h e E ch o is R e iR N s. i:.