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DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, MAY
C . H. DALRYIVSPLE,
A tto rn e y and A b s tra c te r
“The W orld’« F air Route.”
The euils brought l y Messrs
Passenger« from,the Northwest
L a k e n i e w , O r e g o n .
! Dorranco and W iest against a num - Aake the Missouri Pacific trains
W ill practice before all the c o u r t, of the
0 f p e o p l e who participated in fro™ Denver or Puebla, with the
State and before the
Office in Daly Block, next door to U. S. Land or were spectators of the trials of .choice ot either going direct through
Office. C orrespondence solicited.
those gentlemen for taking and K ansas City, or via \Vichita, Fort
carrying away the organ from the &cott and P leasant Hill,
DR. W . W . T A C C A R T , ’
schoolhouse last winter had a
I 'vo trains dai.v from Denver
E Y E S P E C IA L IS T . troublous career in district court nl,d Pueblo to St. Louis without
this week. The defendants are change, carrying all classes of
very numerous and included sever- modern equipm entjrincluding elec-
al who were not even distantly l , t0 lighted observation parlor cafe
M . R. BIGGS,
connected with the matter. The dining cars, le n daily trains lic
Law and notary. enses met diiliculties in court from tween K ansas City and St. Louis,
M a in S tr e e t, P r in e v ille , O r e g o n .
the start. Mr. W. A. Bell appear-
Write, or call on W. C McBride,
ed for the defendants and demure-. General Agent, 124 Third street,
Office on street leading to Court House.
, i Portland, for detailed information
ed to the complaints on the ground , aud illustraU(1 literature.
B. M A T T H E W S , th a t if they were true no ju d g m en t
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W .
! could be recovered on them. Thi.s \
T h e y All A tte n d e d .
F a m o u s O rg an S u its .
W i l l g iv e y o u b a r g a in s
on g ro c er ies at h is store.
A ll b u s in e s s d on e on a
c a sh b a sis.
A c o m p le te sto ck on
h a n d , an d m e r e on tho
w a y from S h a n ik o .
W . H. S T A A T S , Prop.,
Deschutes, * - - Oregon.
W ill practice before the United States Supreme r .
cou rt, the cou rt of cfoim», »¡I tho Depart- i v i e w t h e c o u r t s u s t a i n e d a n d t h e
m ents, and Committees of Congress.
, , .
Special attention given to contested and e x - : COUQpl&intS w e r e h e l d
parte cesea under the Timber and Stone. Home-
»H p h
th o ir e n m -
stead, Townsite, and m ineral laws. Gases be- p i t u n i l l l r f l i i e n a i h e n o e u IQ61F C,om
A lover of trouble from this place
wrote to the district attorney for
this district and informed him th at
enfofoTinrvention" routu comra-c ts’ ,uld 1,at' p l a i n t s b u t t h e c o u r t a l s o h e l d t h e
during the melee at the “organ”
Offices: Bond B uilding,
amended complaints bad. In or-
trial last winter a knife had been
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Bt a y i n c o u r t a n d h a t e s l a w
used to com m it an assault The
(His s. edwards suits on their h a n d s the plaintiffs j
county authorities were convinced
b elk n ap & E d w a r d s
again amended and to this com-
that there waa no truth in th« state-
P h y s i c ia n s a n d S u r g e o n s | P laint t h e d e f e n d a n t s r e s o l v e d t o m e n t b Q t c o m p l j t 0 w i t h t h e o r d e r
P R IN E V IL L E , O R E G O N .
a lt h o u g h it is l i t t l e d iff e r -1
u ,* ,;..,
lt . „ i„ .
of the ¿ district
attorney t th h at
an i n
Office in Adamson <k Winnek Co's. Drug Store
vestigation be made. A num ber of
grievances. The whole thing is
witness were summoned to the
rather am using th a n otherwise,
H. W . R E E D ,
; county seat and examined before
and the defendants are now re
¡the grand jury. I t was clearly
solved to fight the m atter on its
1 established th a t no weapon had
Draws up deeds, m ortgages, etc , and
merits, which from all appear
executes all kinds of legal docum ents
been used on th at occasion aud
with care and precision.
ances will be in no wise hard to "do. i
, . ._
the district attorney was a good
I s the organ case the plaintiffs got , ,
deal displeased th a t he had been
a disagreement once, aud two ver
so rninled. The only result of the
dicts were rendered, one binding
c* I jo k e r’s statem ent To the authorities
1 them guilty as charged and the j
was th a t a large n u m b e r of our
other acquitting them , hut s tip u la t
citizens were on the county pay-
ing the return of the property al-
. . .
, . .
roll tor several days,
i leged in the crim inal com plaint to j
1 have been stolen. Taking
Tho Fair Routo
| \ la Chicago or iSew Orleans to
the bringing in a T . . .,
, • Z I , ! St. Louis, is tho one th a t giyes you
of defendants whom plaintiffs had
the most for your money,— and the
every reason to believe took no p art
fact th a t the Illinois Central offeis
in the crim inal trial, the suits are
ju s t attem pts to intim idate the
to the Worlds Fair, and in
com m unity in general. I f such is ^ ° ln S
j this connection to all points be-
! the case a real good tryout in couit
yond, makes it to your advantage,
is the proper solution. The cases
in case you contemplate a trip to
have been the standing joke of the
any point east, to write us before
| cop.Rty for months.
| m aking final arrangements.
We can offer the choice of at
M y s t e r io u s W ithdrawal
least a dozen different routes.
The government’s purpose in
B. H. TuuM nrix, Com. Agt.
withdrawing from entry a trac t of J. C. Lindsey, T. F. & I*. A.,
I land in northern Lake county is a
subject of speculation. Thu land Paul B. Thomson, F. & P. A.,
Tilt HEY/ AND [KLARGEQ EDITION CF is said to be sagebrush land, much
of it being covered with an exceed
A n I n t e r e s t i n g A r t ic le .
ingly heavy growth of tail brush.
W ater can be obtained by digging
W. A. Laidlaw has an article in
• S3i:<.j3tnVocabulary. I I 1*therflostu sefu l
several feet in the location. Those the May num ber of the C ham ber of
. ;ir....i, jm liciou sly selected ,o
o coty'ijitiun-i*Lfrood usage, and to
who are familiar with the agri Commerce Bulletin in whieh hogive«
. ’. !’".i"t-*l...dblo *o; LnicaUtics.
I i ’.tt»!» In A n an com ccL Each word bo-
possibilities of land« b ear some very interesting statistics
j ;ru.« a .u ru v.i pi' l . i 1 1 -orrect alphabetical
•| | : a i- and is readily cau gh t by th e eye.
a rank growth of sagebrush «ay concerning the results of irrigation
Kneels In Etym ologies. Thp'O are com-
t |.a a e and st.o iu h lc, u u erabody tho liest
th at grainY nd hay could be raised in the United State*. Among other
ills of r ’dloloiry. T h e / ire n ot scrimped
or crowded in to cDeeero places,
on the land without irrigation, things he «ay« :
i Kx-el* in Tronhnciation which is indicated
Its isolation has been the only
■! hy i pch'.ii^ w u u iho diacrltically marke.1
Q n t he authority of the United
I leticrs nsc i in tho f hoc Ihooka. the sounds
reason hy this land has not been States census for 1890, the import-
/ ofcivliieb are ta ic/h t in the pubiie schools,
i Excola In DcSaitions. They are clear,
taken up for farm ing purposes.
a n t , t »tem ent is made that there
't e i s e , yet comph -e, and are ¿¡veil in the
*"ni.K'r in which th< wor 1 has acquired its
The intention of the government wer# in jggg hardly more than 3,-
shades of m eaning. Many o f the detl-
■ ; luAs arc iU ustm tcil.
in m aking withdrawal is not ap- ()00,000 acres ef land in the coun
Excels in It, Appendix which is a packed
steiohoufo o f iLu.i.l i ..uwledgo.
parent. As the land has no tim- try which bad felt the transforming
E xce'j as a Working Dictionary. N o other
boi*1:em bodiessoiuui a useful inform ation,
her, it is believed by some th a t it touoh of irrigation. Of these, a
is so valuable and convenient for consul
tation. or so indispensable In the home,
has been applied fer under th e ]i u l , more than a million acres
study, school, or office.
act for irrigatiea.
were iu California, while Celerado
The International has 2380 quarto
pages w ith 5000 illustrations. 25,000
-— •— -
included 890,000 acre«. The total
new words and phra3e3 have recently
T h e W o r ld ’ S F a ir R o u te .
value of these lands were placed at
been added and tho Gazetteer of the
World and Biographical Dictionary
Those anticipating an Eastern $296,850,000, averaging $83.28 per
have been completely revised under
trip, o r a visit to the Louisiana acre. The irrigated lands of Utah
the supervision of W. T. Harris,
Ph.D., LL.D., U. S. Commissioner Purchase Exposition at St. Louie, | were valued at $84.25 per acre,
cannot afford to overlook the ad- while thoee of the Golden State
L E T US S E N D YO U F R E E
“ A I t l t in Pronunciation” which affords •
vantages offered by the Missouri averaged $150 per acre. The ag-
pleasant and M n d l t * even in g’s en ter
tainm ent. Illustrated pam phlet also free.
Pacific Railway, which, on account gregate coat ef the entire irrigated
G. & C. M E R R IA M C O ., euK.isHias,
o f its various routes and gateways, i area reached the auna o f $77,490,-
SPR IN G F IE L D , MASS.
hes been appropriately
nam ed 000, and the net profit to the farm-
I a n sw er,
M IL L ,.
Mro. C. E. M cD ow ell, P ro p .
On your way to Deschutes and Silver Lake you will want
to stop at a good hotel while in Prineville.
The PRINEVILLE has the reputation of being the best; ask
your friends if it isn't.
Fine R oom s and B ed s .
C u is in e U n e x c e lle d .
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I>. G.' ROGERS, PROP.
O p en a t A ll H o u r
D a y a n d N iffh t.
S ty le .
A L L B A K E R Y GOODS K E P T CON
S T A N T L Y ON H A N D .
M e a ls o f A ll K in d s
S e r v e d t o O rd er.
¡Villici* B u ild in g ,
P rin e v ille , O re g o n ,
L O W ’S
S T O R I -V
Lytle’s Leading Grocery Store is being stocked to its full
capacity, and the people of this com m unity will find it
much to heir advantage to trade there.
B ro a d w a y .
O re g o n .
| fat) Siiiiths Recepi rsszr I
Oue of the Best Appointed Buffets at the County Seat.
C H O IC E S T E 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
era and owners of the irrigation
ditches was $219,370,000. This
enormous eost was due to an e x
tensive system of pipes under
ground, tending toward a great
economy of water usage and th*
preveation of lots by seepage. In
tome of the fruitgrowing districts
of California water rights cast as
much ae 1500 per acre, though the
average cost was $39.28 per acre.
The Japs are poor horsemen and
want none but the best horses.
Crook county has settled its
state taxes with the state treasurer
by the paym ent of $15,925. This
is the full taxes levied on the coun
ty for state purposes.
A Canning, a Crook county
sheepman pleaded guilty to the
charge of ca relenly permitting fires
in a forest reserve and was fined
$400, whieh he paid. This w ay
N e w s o f t h e We e k .
cause C anning’s permit to graze en
Fifty men are now working on th* reserve t* be revoked.
the railroad extension to Dufur
Lake county i* gaining an u n
end two more men will be at work
desirable reputation for lawless
within a few days.
A report states th at a band
Twe earloade ef Oregoa horse« of 2300 ebeep was exterm inated hy
are on their way m Ja p a n for caval a crowd of ten masked men. This
ry purpose*. They were p u rchas is the second event ef this kin d to
ed by J. L. Barlow of Victoria, B. happen in th a t county within a
C. Prio*« were $100 and upwards. hort spaqe ef time.