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DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 14, 1904.
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“The World'» Fair Route.”
Passengers from the Northwest
W. E. Gneria, formerly af Coluaa-
I .A K E V IE W , O K EG O N .
bui, Ohio, and later of Seattle, has take the Missouri Pacific traias
W ill p r a c tic e b efo re a ll th e C o u rt* of th e arrived in the eity from an extead- from Denver or Puebla, with the
S ta te a n d b e fo re th e U. s. L a n d Office.
Office in D aly B lock, n e x t d o o r to U. S. L a n d ad trip throoghout the eaat aad to ohoice of either going direct through
Office. C o rre s p o n d e n c e s o lic ite d .
Europe, and ia a guest of the Port Kansas City, er via Wichita, Fort
Mr. Guerin built the Palmar Scott and Pleasant Hill.
DR. VW. W . T A C C A R T ,
Two trains dailv from Denver
cut-off on the Northern Pacific rail-
E Y E S P E C IA L IS T . read, bringing the main lina to and Pueblo to St. Louis without
Seattle, aa president of the Seattle change, carrying all claesee nf
P r in e v ille , O reg o n
P o in d e x te r H oto
and San Franaiaco Railroad <fc modern equipment, including elec
Navigation company. This oam-1 tric lighted observation parlor cafe
M . R. BICCS,
pany afterward sold out its rights dining care. Tea daily trains be
Attorney at Law and notary. to the Northern Pacific.
tween Kansas City and St. Louis.
Write, or oall on W. C. Mu Bride,
M ain S tr e e t , P r in e v ille , O r e g o n .
Mr. Gaarin asid today that if
Agent. 124 Third street,
aithar Parkar of Naw York or 01-
Offic* nn itreet le * d in i to Coart Honao.
for detailed information
ney of Maaaachusatts ia nomiaatad
and illustrated literature.
B . M A T T H E W S , far prasidaat by tha damoorata
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W .
there ia a very serious doubt of
Sonrio R o o s e v e lt C e m s .
W ill p ra c tic e befo re th e U n ite d S taten S u p re m e
C o u rt, th e C o u rt of C la im s, a ll th e D e p a r t
Praiidant Kooaavait’a ra-alaation.
“New York has always had a low
m e n ts , a n d C o m m itte e « of C o n g ress.
S p e c ia l a tte n tio n g iv e n to c o n te s te d a n d ox* Mr. (Suarin ia a lifalang Rapnbli-
standard, ona or the othar
p a r te ceees u n d e r th e T im b e r a n d S to n e. H o m e
He aaid :
s te a d , T o w n site . a n d m in e r a l law s. C aees b e can himielf.
partiea and factional
fo re C o n g re ss, m a il r o u te c o n tr a c ts , a n d p a t
‘ In Naw York and geaerally organization*, and often both or all
e n ts fo r in v e n tio n s .
O ffices: B o n d B u ild in g ,
throughout the east the feeling re af tham, being at all times most
W A S H I N G T O N . D. C.
garding the preaidential election ia
unlovely bodies of excessively un
H . P. BELKNAP
C H A S . S . ED W A R D S
far different from what it ia on the wholesome moral tone.”
'Pacific coast. Out weet the gener
BELKNAP A EDWARDS
“A elasi of professional nencom-
P h y s i c i a n s a n d S u r g e o n s al belief ia that Roosevelt will win
is as hurtful to the real
in a walk. In tha east, and par-
P R IN E V IL L E , O R E G O N .
growth of a nation as is a
tieularly ia New York, it ia the
Office l a A 4 am«oii A W ln n ek Co’«. Drug Store
eaters, fora weakness
opinion that either Olney or Park
as bad as a
er will carry New York, which
H. W . R E E D ,
would make Roosevelt’s re-election
F U -T ^ liO
N o ta r y
a very doubtful proposition.
D raw s u p d e e d s, m o rtg a g e s , e tc ., a n d
e x e c u te s a ll k in d s o f le g a l d o c u m e n ts
“It is because of this faot that
w ith c a re a n d p re c isio n .
business generally in the east is No man who is not willing to bear
quiet. There is na dapreaaion but arms and to fight for his rights can
money in Few York, on the con giva a good reason why he should
trary, is as cheap aa I have known be entitled to the privilege of liv
it lately, oall money be'ng quoted ing in a free community.”
at 1 per cent and commercial
“I shall confine mv remarks to
paper at from 34 to 4. Quiet times what General Porter has said
will prevail for probably a year or about
two. Tha large corporations are comes first, and I hop* you will
notapreading out any, aud tha pro net fail ta display it naxt Tuesday.
dustion of the iron and steal milla Mr. Bryaa and bis adherents have
haa been seriously curtailed, owing appealed to the basest set in the
to the fact that there is little build laud, the farmers.”
ing in progreas.
“The good men in suoh a case
“The west, in my opinion, ia - far band themselves together as regu
more prosperous tbsn ih^east.”
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lators and put down with ruthless
Mr. Gusrin is the father of R. F. severity by the exercise of lynch
Guerin, secretary and treasurer of law, (booting and hanging the
First-Class Shingles the Deschutes Irrigation dr Power worst
offhand. In many of the
c^ses of lynch law which have
come to my knowledge the effeot
N a tio n a l Irrig a tio n .
has bean healthy for the cemmun.
The national irrigation'fund bids ity, hut sometimes great injustice
fair to be drawn on for Oregon’s
Generally the vigilantes,
DESCHUTES, OP. benefit during the next year, and is by done.
a series of summary executions,
Malheur county will see $2,000,- do really good work, hut I have
expended in reclamation of rarely known them te fail, among
N eede^TcT Ever^^om el
desert land. The choice lay be the men whom they kill for good
tween Umatilla and Malheur coun reasons, to also kill one er two
ties and the latter won. The either by mistake or to gratify
Up to D ate
amount to he expended does net private malice.”
by any means exhaust the part of
the reclamation fund to which Ore “In great crises it may he neces-
gon is entitled. The Malheur pro •ary to overturn eonatitutions, to
involves »he construction of a disregard statutes, just aa it may
1 great dam and raservoir whereby be necessary to sstablisb a vigi
the spring floods can be held for lance committee or take refuge
A D iction ary o f E N G L IS H ,
B i o g r a p h y . G e o g r a p h y .F ic tio n , etc.
summer distribution. The Dee- j in lynch laws.”
T h e N ew an d E n la rg e d
chutes country ia fortunate in being
S tro n g In W h e e le r C o u n ty
E .d itIo n C o n t a i n s
so far advanced with irrigation,
2 5 , 0 0 0 N e w W o rd s land it wilt be well settled and have W. A. Booth, a former reiideat
N e w G a z e tte e r of th e W o rld
green fields long before the govern of this vicinity and well known
with more then ZVOSO titles, baaed on the
latest census returns.
ment is prepared to open the Mal here, has been nominated for stale
N ew B io g ra p h ica l D ic tio n a ry
con tainin g names o f over 10,(00 not .w o rth y
heur region to entry. Umatilla sanator from the joint senatorial
person«, with n ation ality, occupation, date
o f reigns, date o f birth, death, etc.
eouaty may get gevorument aid district composed of Grant, Kla
math, Croek and Lake counties.
Edited by W. T H A R R I S , Ph D., LL.D. ! later on.
United States Comtuissioncr o f Education.
Mr. Booth is a good clean upright
N ew Platea
2 3 8 0 Q uarte P a te e
T h * W o r ld 'S F a ir R o u t* .
and barring hie polities we
R ich B indings
9 0 0 0 Illa etra tlo n e
aa soon so* him elected as
W e a lso p u b lis h
W e b ste r 's C ollealate D iction ary
any maaoo earth.—Mitchell Senti
w ith G lo s sa ry o f S c o tt l« h W o rd ,a m l P h ra s e s.
MSN» lue l i l a M i i M . S T s K is S S-S l « h a
Purchase Exposition at St. Louis, nel.
'* Klret-clew In quality, seconds:lass In site.''
afford to overlook the ad
LET US SEND YOU FREE
A C ro o k C o u n ty M in * .
- A T est In Prononciation ” which affords a
vantages offered by the Miaeouri
pleasant and In structive eyeninff's en ter
Pertlaad ne wept per» report the
tainm ent. Illustrated pam phlet aleo free.
Pacific Railway, which, on account
G . Ô C .M ÏR R I A M CO M PANY.
of ite various routes and gataways, sale of tho Oregon King mine, lo
P u b lish e rs. S p rin g field , M aas.
has been appropriately named cated at Aihwood this county, for
C. H . D A L R Y M P L E ,
A tto rn e y and A b s tra c te r
F e e lin g In t h e
E a a t.
W i l l g iv e you b a r g a in s
on g ro ceries at h is store.
ALL b u s in e s s d o n e on a
c a s h b a sis.
A c o m p le te sto ck on
h an d , an d m o re on tho
w a y from S h a n ik o .
W . H. S T A A T S , Prop.,
Deschutes, ■ - - Oregon.
(Thr lintfi flrittmlle*
M rs . C. E . M c D o w e ll, P r o 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
yotir friends if it isn’t.
Fine R oo m s and B ed s.
C u is in e U n e x c e lle d .
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HOUSE AND LUNCH
D. O . R O G ERS, PR O P .
O p en a t A ll H o u r
D a y a n d N ig h t.
O Y STER S
B A K E R Y GOODS K E P T
S T A N T L Y ON H A N D .
S ty le .
M e a ls o f A ll K i n d s
S e rv e d to O rd e r.
M i l l e r B uildin g, P rin e v ille , O re g o n .
L O W ’S
L Y T L E , OREGON.
Lytle’s Leading Grocery Store is being stocked to its full
capacity, and the people of thie community will find it
much to heir advantage to trade there.
B ro a d w a y .
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the sura ef $400,000. The mine St. Louie, is the oae that giyes you
has not yet been developed into a the moet for your money,—and the
dividend paying property, hut good fact that tba Illinois Central offert
values have been shown, aad the unsurpassed service via thea*
property is undoubtedly a valuable points to tha Worlds Fair, and in
oae. Up to a year age the proper , this connection to all points be
ty was in litigation, and tha work yond, makes it to your advantage,
of development was thereby re in ease you contemplate a trip t*
tarded. The reported purchaser any peint east, to write us befor*
was the Geiser-IIendryx lavest- making final arrangements.
.ment Company. C. M. Cartwright,
We ean effor the ohoio* ef at
who holds a large interest in the least a dosso different rontea.
mine, said this week that the deal
B. II. T r u m b u l l , Com. Agt.
bad not been made, but negatia- J. C. Lindsey, T. F. A P. A.,
tions for the sale are undoubtedly
in progreas. As the moot promis Í Paul B. Thomson, F. A P. A.,
ing prespect in mining in this
eoonty the Oregon King ia an ab J. W. Tnggart and wife, wh*
ject of considerable Interest te have been visiting J. F. Taggart * f
this pine* and looking aver the ad
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vantages of the vicinity, ¡eft Thurm
Via Chicago or New Orleans t* day for thair home in VVesccaiio.