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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1904)
LO C AL NOTES.
W.' H. Sta.it« and «on Priaca
Mr*. W. Stewart i» on tha «ick were at the county seat early thie
A. M. Drake returned
trip to Portland.
Now is tlie time to register. You
^ * a‘ s*ey-
have only up till 5 P. M. on May
Civil Engineer Sherman, of Port
15 to register, and it is imperative
land, is in the city working for the
John Bates is recovering
that registration he accomplished
D. I. & P. Co.
an attack of measles.
ns speedily as possible, lie sure
B. C. Low left Tuesday for Shan- and have your location— lot and
W. P. Yandevert and wife were
iko for froight for his own and the block, or number of room when in
Prineville visitors this week.
New York Cash Stores.
hotei, or section, township and
The su rveyin g crew is bow work
when out of town.
I C. E. Lovell was at Prineville
ing on the Lava Iilaud line.
a c l latter
a r i o of
e v week in the
equally a time-saver to the voter
e returned from a trip D. I. & P. CVs interest.
to the county seat on Tuesday.
. . .
and the county clerk.
.a 1)60. A une nrriveil uoin© Sfitur*
This registration is for two years
A. H. Grant made a business day from a three weeks’ visit and
and covers the coming presidential
vieit t® Prineville on'Thursday.
business trip to Ashland, Wiscon-
The meetings at the »chool house s' n-
Remember an bring your loca
last Sunday were well attended.
L. D. Wiest spent several days tion, ns the clerk c-innot take time
District court convened Monday th¡s week in Prineville attending to look up plats or records, ns there ,
and adjourned Thursday evening. to a case which h« had in the dis- will be several hundred voters to,
register in the next t-.vo months.
j m • i ..
Millard lriplett went t® the
.T. J. S m i t h ,
county seat on-business Monday.!
“ Play hall” shouted tha umpire.
“ We won’ t do it,” chorused the
John Sizemore made the county
Portland baseball team in answer,
seat a visit the first days of this
and they didn’t.
I L \Y\ Reed was called to the
I'nequaled Facilitiea for Handling Locators and Commercial Travelers.
Claua Asmtis was down from
county seat Monday and acted a-
his homestead the fore part of the
jurynran during the short session
of the district court.
T r a d e Manas
Mrs. A. M. Drake and' A. L.
D esig n s
Dr. Rosenberg came out from
C o p y r ig h t s & c .
were in Prineville
Anyona sending n sketch and description may
Prineville Tuesday’ , being called to qu*ckly
nsoerOiin our opinion Tree whether u:i
inrontion is probably patentable. Commnnica-
Ciiriics a complete line of sash, doors, roofing etc. All kinds of lumber
see Miss Stenberg who is still very
tloiLt strictlvconddentlal. HANDBOOK on f’iit.mta
sent free, oldest «gency fo r securing oatentd.
Rev. O. IT. lriplett and family ill. He returned the same day.
for sale and special hills sawed to order.
Patents tatsen turoutfh Mu nil & Co. receive
special notice, without ebnrge, in the
returned to their home in l ’ rinc-
Agents for Leffel Turbine Water Wheels.
YY ,\Y . Oreutt is building an office
and residence in Lytle. Mr. Or-
Ab an df om ely illustrated weekly. T.arcest cir
STE1DL & R E E D ,
culation o f any scientitic louriml. Terms, $;i n
year: four mouths, f L Sold by till newsdealers.
James Hunter and J. N. Iluwter cult is a representative of the Sing-
transacted busim.-aat the county er Sewing machine Co., and will
branch Office, 025 F St., Washington, 1). C.
c-nter business in that line on com-
Through from Shaniko to Prineville in 1 2 H o u r s .
J. YY’ . Taggart and wife, ol YVis- pletion of his building.
J. YY'. Shaw transacted business
at the county seat.
TH E D E S C H U T E S D U M B E R CO.
& Co.3ei0road^ New York
S h a n ik o -P r in e v S H e S t a g e L in e
Dan Heising and family arc
again living in our city.having left
the ditch camp.
. ... r,
A. Yv. I opu went to Prineville
Sunday* to he presor t during court
time. He returned Tuesday.
W. Brock was away several days
this week as a witness in some
matters before the district couit at
John R. Brock left for Prineville
Sunday and spent several day. at
that place on business and in vis-
iting with his daughter.
The ladies of the Baptist Union
Suiid*iy School, are arranging for
an entertainment and social to be
given in the near future.
*d lands under the D. I <fcP.Com-
Pal,y ditch. No water rent will be
«barged for water used this season
in order to encourage the cultiva
tion of the lands.
YY’ hite and Hill received two
J. E. Johnston, general manager
loads of vegetables M niday, being
of the I). I. & P. Co. demonstrated
brought over from Haystack.
¡he possibility of automobile travel
A surprise party was given to in this country by coming to town
Miss Marion YY iest Wednesday i rl t(10 Company's automobile,
evening by a party of young peo- This is the first automobile to muke
pie. (lames were p ayed and light its appearance in Crook county.
Mr. Johnston came in by way of
Trail, and was at times hampered
A. H. Kennedv fished on the
Deschutes Sunday with his usual ^ U,e Hi*e,brU!*1'
machinery, hu made the trip in
good luck. He captured t$2 fish in
half a day and then spent the re fourteen hours.
maining time visiting friends.
YY’ liite and Hill havefound it nes-
C. L Brock was in attendance
at the .-e-sioti of the county couit
in Brin-vide this wetk. The coun
ty cou, ^-transacted no business but
met. a id adjourned until next week
E. I- Batten left for Portland
Monday, whence he will move his
family to this place, .dr. Ratten
is a share holder in the Bend Mer-
cantilc Company and he will he
connected with that company here
after in some capacity.
W. E. Guerin, Jr., arrived from
Portland early this week and will
spend some time inspecting the I).'
J. >fc P. Co.’s works. The Oregon
Journal announced that Mr.Guerin
would introduce this’countrv to the
automobile craze but lie u m e to
town in the co. ventional maimer
ccss.ny lo procure udditiousl litrlp
in ili ir business ibis woik. Greut
uinounis ni meat and vtgetahles
a n rti]uired for thè diteli can p->,
t,otei8 a,‘l1 l " iv“ ,e home8 antJ Mr’
Hill is forced to persistently scour
ail parts of the county for ids
needs. The Deschutes §hop is
now pelting a better grade of meat
8n,j provisions and selling more
ihan any other shop in Crook
Judge YY". L. Bradshaw, District
. . .
Attorney Mcnefee and rRenograph-
er Dufur, all 'of The Dalles, have
been here this week, holding down
circuit c urt. Judge Bradshaw is
a candidate for re-election, and we
wish w■■ had a« good a ehanca to
get $20,0( " a- he has to ho’ ,1 down
the circuit con:! bench for the next
There isn't a mar. in
G. M. C O R N E T T , Prop.
Ill S. L an d Office, T h e Dalles, Oregon.
A sufficient route-.*t affidavit h a vi n g been Hied
in this office hy W i l l i a m P. Yan dev ert , con
testant. MWHMiit 'b,vcrt land en try No. l»il>, made
PaI).v t *8 :l^
Hotel Portland. Oct. -I. i'.h'l for N'_, SW lq and
33, T o w n s l r p 17 K. ll m g e 12 K. by James ( ’. S.
accompanied by Mrs. YY . E. Tabe r r o u te s ee, in wn-ich it is alleged that
u r i n g the tirot year after m ak in g sun! entry
Guerin, Jr., and child, and Miss d said
conte^lee w a o l l y /niled and neglected to
pe n d the Mitn of $1 p.-r acre, or any part
Helen Guerin.— Telegram.
thereof, ei th e r in iinprov-.-ments or ’ a h e r o r in
the cu lt iv a tio n of said m e t ; tluit d u r i n g the
yea r a'.n r m k ing sai.l en tr y (t ha t is, be
Charles Cunningham, of Lmatil- lirst
tween i»c.h*h' r !, 1U)1. ami October i, P.'Oj) <»r at
time then tutor, said elaiie.p.nl failed and
*“ county plead guilty before the any
neglected to Hie proof «.f labor performed u p
federal court on a charge of fraudu on said Tract as recjiiired hy la w; that said
tract has been w h o l l y aba udoned by the said
lently procuring land and was fined James C. s. Tabe r: sAid parties are hereby
notified to appear, respond and offer ev ide nc e
If5000. Two of the alleged dum t ouc hin g -aid a n e ga t io n at 10 o ’clock a. m. on
May 21, l Jel, before J. M. Lawrence. V- S. Corn-
mies also pleaded guilty and ware ini.-'sioner, ;;t iiis oilice at i »(->•<•!• utes, Oregon
and Jinal heari ng wil l he ' *.dd at 10 o ’clobk a.
fined $100 each. One woman was Til. «»n May :-d. i <«i, oeiore nu; Kegi.-b-r and lie-
ceive r at i ii e Unit id States Laud Office in The
Dalles, < M-egon.
Tin.1 said eoi lostont ha ving , in a proper af
March 12 190 1 , set forth facts
w . E. Guerin, Jr., and Geo. C. < w h ic h s! ii led
o\v ihat a f i e r due di li g e n c e personal
*, c a r no i.-o made, it is
gtejnemann have established head* hereby or dered notie
and dire cted that such notice
p u b l i c «! ion.
quarters boro for the sale of irrigat-
M I P H a F L T . N O L A N , Register.
cousin ure in the city, the guest of
\V. E. Guerin, president of the
J. F. 'laggart.
Deschutes Irrigation & Power Corn-
Making- Close Connection \<ytb t'.'.e Pnnovitle-Btnd Eally Stage.
Leave Shaniko (i p. in.
Leave item! ti. ¡1 a. in.
Atrive I’riueviile (i a in.
Anive lTiiievtlle lli in.
Leave Prineville 1 p. in.
Arrive Bead 0:S0 p. m.
Leave Prineville 1 p. in.
Atrive Shaniko 1 a m.
Acconimcriations fo r tha Traveling
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kp . k k u . i t
\ t k s
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Accom oda ti ons first-class in e v e r y r e s p e c t at
This popular re.-ort is under the special maiiajjemeut and super
vision of YY'. Ii. SlHtits.
NOTICE FOr, PUBLICATION.
d o f f l i v ut Th e riftllo., ( Tf.gftn,
: < V u n r y '»t :i . I 0-1.
Not ice U i: ere by g iv e n that in co mp li an ce
with the proviMons o f the act o f Congress t)f i
Ji.’ ie 3, P - . i t i t ed “ A n act foi the naie of
timb er l a u d < in tin* Srat *v <.| Calif ornia. Ore
gon, Nevada, ¡YD'! Wa shington T e r r i t o r y , ” as J
exte nde d to rii! the Pu bl ic Land r-tatos by act
of August 4, 1S9.L
I ’d wards
to' Deschutes, coun ty of (’ rook, suite o f Oregon, 1
liiu oi: July 9, lihup jiJed in this oHice his sworn 1
1< r Die pnr< !m >•' of the HW'y
of M.’ction No. 23 in tow ns|-,i,* No. 19 S. range
No. pi K,, W. M.. ami will <>ff».r j ro of to show
that Tin* bind sought is more vs luable fo r i t s !
ti mb er or stone'Than for ogricu h irai purpose*»,
and to esi ub’ ish his (daini t > sai l land before
.1 M. f.iiYvrenee, r . < comTiiissioner, e l his o f
fice at Dest it ut e' Oregon, < n Wedne.-day, the
1111 1 (lav ot May. 1 C*‘ * *.
Il«* nume- a» witnesses; J.
Hen ter,Clenni •
Marsh, Richard K i n g and James Hunter, «11 of
Desch ute -, <)reg'»ii.
A n y and :id p»»r««»its c l a im in g a d v e r e l y the ,
above-described bin d-w re re«jue >t to Hie,
their claims in this office on or before said :
11th day o f May, 19>4.
M i c h a e l T. N o l a n . Register.
5 i1 íyv' ' V«;"-2- r-N y--
I $m fork Gash Store, j
T H E MINSKS STENT.ECO A N D HANOI.K,
| M I L L I N E R Y , D R Y G O O D S , S H O E S , Etc. «
New stock of dry goods and notions now in stock.
A ll Tiin-Js o f Bowing- and Dressmaking Done.
F A R E W E L L B E N D SALOON.
S K V K R T I ) K HING, Pro;».
The choicest brands of Heer, W ines, Liquors
and Ciirars alw ays on hand.
1 . K L I S i n KUL ROUTE
| J .iV L lG ü T RIDE
jllZ / .Y CB AGS
1 i*:i:p CANYONS
A Goicien Oioportunity
S<->- Nature, in ail lier glor-
ious heauty, ami tin n tho
ncmi of mnn's hamliwork.
Thtr first is f uind along
the line of the D f . nvkr ifc
Rr> G raxi ' i : R a ii . hoad ,
Worlu’s Fuir. 5’ our t r i r»
wül be or-e of pleasure—
iiiake the irmst of it. For
information and illustrât
» d lit' r|tur<* writc
W. C. MoBriJe, Gun. Agt.
I-ORTLAXI», OKE • N.
FOR TOFRISTS AND
TI M I’.KKM FN
Dust Imtos, < >r.
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BltftGKSfilTHlJlG AND HORSESjiOElJG.
A l f k i n d s o f w a g o n w o r k il .jf ie in
fust i l a s ^ sh ap e ; s lio rt
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n i r n n inn i a i > — r n
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PRINtVILLE-SiLVER LAKE STAGE LifJE.
DK K VANDKVF.RT, J R '
Carries C. S. Mail, express and passeneers thronuh it
you through tho picturesque Deschutes \ alley
ydlow pine timler belt.
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