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DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON*, APRIL 23, 1904.
C . H. D A L S Y M P L E ,
D E M O C R A T I C S T A T E C O N V E N T I O N and Pueblo to St. Louis without
A t t o r n o y a n d A b s t r a c t e r M e e tin g at P ortlan d Falls to I n - change, c a r r y in g ftll classes of
L A K E V IK W , OREGON.
s tru c t for Hearst.
; modern equipm ent, including elec-
Will practice before all t h e Court« of the
The democratic state conventiow trio lighted observation parlor cafe
State a n d before t h e U. ». Land Office.
Ten daily trains be
Office in Daly Block, n ex t door to U. S. Land met at Portland Tuegday and put dining cars.
Offici*. Correspo nd ence solicited.
City and St. Louie.
up ita nominees for the Ju n e elec
on W. C. McBride.
tion. One of the first issues after
DR. W . W . T A C C A R T ,
124 Third street,
organization was the question of
Portland, for detailed information
E Y E S P E C IA L IS T . instructing the delegates to the and
W ill g iv e y o u b a r g a in s
on g ro c er ies at h is store.
P o in d ex ter Ilote
P rin e v ille, Oregon
num ber of H earst m anagers from
G o v e r n m e n t Irrigation
o sp o c t s .
A ll b u s in e s s d o n e on a
California were on the ground and
M . R. B I C C S ,
c a sh b a sis.
The government has at length
the H earst men held a caucus.
Attorney at Law and notary. When a vote was taken on the determ ined to irrigate 140.000
A c o m p le te sto ck on
M a in S t r e e t , P r in o v llle , O r e g o n .
h an d , an d m o re on th e
H earst resolution the vote stood
Office on street lead in g to C ourt House.
151 ayes and 115 nays. The Ore-, Oregon will have no active work
w a y fro m S h a n ik o .
gen delegation therefore goes to S t . ; done this year^ but during the su m
W . H. S T A A T S , Prop.,
B . M A T T H E W S , Louis uninstrueted. Gov. Cham- ( mer two locations will be ex a m in
A TT O R N E Y -A T-L A W .
berlain is a candidate* for the viee-
Will practice before the* United States Supreme
Court, the Court of Claims, all t h e Dep ar t j presidency, and
as the Pacific be selected. U m atilla and Malheur
ments, a n d Com mittees of Congress.
oounties will be the projects ex
Special a t te n tio n given to contested an d ex- I coast could not expect both places
pa rtt* eeses u n d er th e Tim ber a n d Stone. Home
amined. Both have their ad v a n t
stead. Towns!te, a n d m in eral laws. Cases be on the ticket, the California man
fore Congress, m ail ro u te contracts, a n d p at
ages, and it is possible th a t the
was net indorsed.
en ts for inventions.
Offices: Bond Building,
Crook county was the recipient, government will be at work in one
W A S H I N G T O N . D. C.
of one of the legislative honors of these places n e x t year Survey
H . P. BELKNAP
C H A S . 8 . ED W A R D S
when Hon. W. A. Booth was nom i ing for canals is the only irrigation
BELKNAP & EDWARDS
nated for state senator for the joint work t h a t Oregon can hope for
from the government this year.
P h y s i c i a n s a n a S u r g e o n s senatorial district composed of
Graat, K lam ath, Crook and Lake U m atilla county has been very a c
P R IN E V IL L E , O R E G O N .
M f3 . C. E . M c D o w e ll, P r o p .
J. E. Simmon* was se
Office in Adamson Si W in n e k Co's. Drug Store counties.
lected by the second congressional is claimed th a t 50,000 acres of new On your way to Deschutes and Silver Lake you will want
district convention as its nominee land has been cropped in the c oun
h . w . REED,
ty during th a t time. This will
to stop at a good Hotel while in Princville.
N o ta r y
IP u T lo lio to oppose J. N. Williamson. W. work in U m atilla’s favor. The Mal
C. Congletou, formerly sheriff of
Draws tip deeds, m ortgages, etc , an d
executes all k in d s of legal d o cu m en ts
this county, was made a member heur region is highly spoken of as The PRINKVILLE has t Ho reputation of being the best, ask
w ith care a n d precision.
of the state central committee.
| a desirable country for irrigation.
your friends if it isn’t.
can Pr®bab,J be irrigated more
Judge W. L. Bradshaw was nom- I l t t ca,‘
inated for the office of district judge che aP'-v than U m atilla county. In
Fine R oom s and Beds.
of this district, and Daniel Sm yth,■ the me8ntime tbe D e f i e s river
received tbe nomination for the d,stMct
wai*in* " r a n y tb in *"
district attorneyship of the 8al4Jt.. >11 the companies along the river |
o ’ls n a iL a
ara busily nt work and Crook coun-
♦ O Y S TE R H O U S E AMD LU N C H C O U N T E R ♦
O ne Use f o r La n d Officials.
ty will have a largely increased ♦
I>. O. ROG ERS, P R O P .
In an editorial The Dalles acreage of fa rming la nd n ex t year.
Deschutes, • - - Oregon.
Fresh E a s t
L O W ’S
C A S H
am ine tbe advertising columns of aIready been broken for the fou"-
the “ patent outsides”- t h e i r only dallon and <l uit* a cruw of raen is
. i at work,
N e e d e d in E v e r y H o m
m e e l sourca of ,. revenue,
in m any in-:
tnjured R a n c h e s .
received from land notices— and
One of the Best Appointed
river and the Ochoco
Up to D ate
could predict the Moody favoritism
changed their ehannels in a num-
C H O IC E S T B R A N D S O F L IQ U O R S
by the num ber of tbe homestead
her o f places during the late warm
entries, contests and timber claims
weather, and n number of ranch
published. In order to “ boom”
owners lost a portion of their land. which have been running a t not
their benefactor tbe most fulsome
Dingee, who ownes tbe ranch west more than a third of their capacity
praise was lavished upon Mr.
of the Crooked river bridge, is the will soon resume work with full
M6ody, and the most Battering
statem ents published of his actions greatest loser, as bis place ,va® forces ef men.
A D ictio n a ry o f E N G L IS H .
B io g r a p h y .G c o e r a p h y . F ic tio n , etc.
badly cut up. Judge Biggs lost
while a member of congress.
quite a strip of his land on tbe
T h e N e w and E -n larg ed
F -d itio n C o n t a in s
T h e W o r ld 'S Fair Route.
Ochoco, whioh he seeded to alfalfa. Substitute for P a te n t O utsides.
2 5 , 0 0 0 N e w W o rd s
ThoBS anticipating an Eastern Every rancher who owned land on | The Gem, which sparkles in the
N e w G a z e tte e r of th e W o rld
or a visit to the Louisiana either of the two rivers is a loser to town of Granite, in the C ounty of
w ith m o re th a n 25,000 title s, based on th e
la te s t cen su s re tu rn s .
Purchase Exposition at St. Louis, some extent.
Grant, appeared last week printed
N ew B io g ra p h ica l D ic tio n a ry
eannot afford to overlook the ad
on wall paper of «haste design.
c o n tc in in ir n am es o f o v e r IO. hio n o te w o rth y
p e r* .n s, w it’, n a tio n a lity , o ccu p atio n , d a te
In c r e a s e In L u m b e r in g .
vantages offered by the Missouri
Faithless trains failed to bring
o f roigns, d te o f b irth , d e ath , e tc.
Pacific Railway, which, on account
E d i t b y W. T. H A R R I S , Ph D.. LL.D
The ¡umber industry of Western sufficient white p ip e r for the Gem ’s
U n ited S tates C. rum is-ioncr o f E ducation)
of its various routes and gateways, Oregon is looking up as a result use, and tbe resourceful editor
N ew Plates
2 3 8 0 Q uarto P a g es
has been appropriately
named of a redaction of railroad freight bought up the town’s stock of wall
R ic h h i n d l n c s 5 000 Illu stra tio n s
“T he W orld’s Fair Route.”
rates on the Southern Pacific Rail paper. As but one side of tbe
W e also publish
W i b ster's C o lleg ia te D ictio n a ry
Tbe rate has been reduced paper was used, the green and gold
G lo ssary o f Scot fish W ords an d P hrases.
U M rm g T *. 1400 Illu s tra tio n * . S ite t r l u x t 5-1 Inch*«.
to $3.10 per ton, and the and silver (lowers and scrolls shone
* F irst-clam in q u a lity , second-class In size.*’
th a t have not in undim inished splendor, so that
LE T U 3 SEND YOU FREE
"A Test in Pronunciation” w h lrh afford* n
at full capaci- the subscriber m ight obtain the
p le a s a n t an d In s tru 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 a m p h le t also free.
Kansae City, or via Wichita, Fort ty are preparing to put on more news of the day from hie Gem and
G .6 C .M E R R IA M C O M P A N Y ,
Scott and Pleasant Hill.
m m and make a busy season of it. then use it te decorate hie room.
P u b lish e rs, S p rin gfield , M ass.
Two trains dailv from Denver Some o
the lum ber concerns The purchase of a few extra copies
wj i rri n
« m a l st
Chronielo informs its readers o f !
T h e C o u n ty High S c h o o l.
A L L B A K E R Y GOODS K E P T CO N
some Dalles land office methods,
S T A N T L Y ON H A N D .
O p e n a t A ll H o u r
Work has begun on I he county
M e a ls o f A ll K i n d s
and how home made booms are
D a y a n d N i r IU.
S e rv e d to O rd e r.
high school to be erected at Prine-
manufactured. The following is
ville. The building is to be built
of rock and brick and every effort
J u s t before the primaries in this J
be made to have the building
county an effort was discernible to
for the fall term of school. j
boom ex-Congressmsn Moody t o !
L Y T L E , OREGON.
will m ake their
succeed Mr. Williamson in the po
own brick from clay pits n e a r !
Lytle’s Leading Grocery Store is being stocked to its full
sition. The little outside prints,
capacity, and the people ef this com m unity will find it
kept alive by land notices from the Crooked river, and the rock supply
much to heir advantage to trade there.
U. S. oflice in this city, published ; is unlim ited. Several buildings in
Prinoville are constructed from
articles in every issue derogatory
N o . 6 B ro adw ay.
to Mr. Williamson and laudatory home-made brick and are both
of Mr. Moody." One could e x
STO R E
i (lamp Smith's Itaptimi
P r in e v ille
Buffets at the County Seat.
A N D C IG A R S A L W A Y S ÏN
would have provided enough paper
for the walls of the best room in
the house. There might be an
idea in this for publishers. A n
nounce th a t the Daily Whirligig
will be printed on wall paper of ex
clusive design, and that a subscrip
tion for three month« will furnish
material enough to cover the walls
of an ordinary lion«e. No waste !
Follow tbe war and beautify your
home! Leok at our pictures and
turn their faces to tho wall! But
one would be in a dilem m a if it
became necessary to consult the
files. A hole would have to be
scraped through the wall from the
opposite aide, or the appearance of
the room must be rained. On
second thought, therefore, it seems
advisable to buy newspapers and
wall paper from separate firms —