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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1904)
Charlea Batea ia visitiag hia
Mr*. W F. Stewart ie «till aeri- brother George Batea. Mr. Bata*
is looking over thia section with a
I view to locating here.
Fred Anderson went to the coun
Wator was turned into the D. I.
ty »eat an Sunday.
& P. Co.’s ditch eayly thia week
P. B. Mutzig was a visitor in
and allowed to run ier several
P.-inoville thia week.
miles. The test proved satisfac
Chas. Brook waa in Prioeville on tory for the distance trthd.
hiAinesa last Monday.
The Desehntes river country will
G. W. Winner was a Prineville probably be visited by Pinehot,
visitor the early part of the week.
the government forestry expert and
Mrs. Dan Heiaing started to Newell, the hydrographer, at an
Prineville Friday bn a shopping ea-ly date. These men are mak
1 ing a tour of the western states in
specting irrigation work.
Hugh O’Kane spent several days
Members of the state land board
in Prineville the early part of the |
of Salem will make a trip of in
spection to the Deschutes country
A. Clothier, of Prineville, spent next month. They will inspect ir-
Monday and Tuesday of this week rigatien work wilt) a view to de-
at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells A. Bell were respective rights of settlers and the
visitors at thia place for several various ditch companies under the
days thia week.
Mrs. A. M. Drake and A. L.
Goodwillie returned from Prine-
yiHe or. Monday.
James It. Benham »pent the
early part of the week at Prineville
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Lee were
Stage passengers through from
Silver Lake this weak.
R. E. Simpson came out from
Prineville the first of the week and
returned after a few days’ visit.
ha* enaaeii »he roada to be ím worae
thia »pring thaa for
maajr seasons past.
C . J. S tu b lin g , W h o le s a le r.
M e w s of t h e W e e k .
Portland suffered fire losses tLis
week amounting to $335000.
T. A. Wood and H. Wood ac*
cused of pension frauds are on trial
in Portland. The eases involved
are those of the Indian war veter
H a rp e r
S c h litz
Postal inspectors have made a
dead set at removing Bancroft
from the poatmasterahip of Port
land and he may he the next Ore
gon man to quit public life.
t r y ’ s B e st .
For doctor's fro« won't be necessari-when roll art- eltaeki-d with t-olds ut this vumhi '
A correspondent of the Oregonian !
of the your J iim c-t u bottle of "GREKN RIVER” or ‘HARPER,” ami ukc- n in 1
thy form of a hot “ toddy. \our colti will leave vou and von won’t suffer from the* i
write* up the Lake county sheep-
m v E R ^ i::;^ ^
i>( "g k e e n :
raids and severely arraigns the j
lawlers element o f the county.
The death of C. Conn in' which a
verdict of suicide was found w*s
again brought up end the question
raised as to whether the two
Very Reasonable Kates
wounds which caused his death First Class Teams and Hins
could have been inflicted by him
Thos. Neuhausen, special agent, self.
willbe in town next week for a couD'e
BO Y E A R S ’
I of days. Mr. Neuhausen has been
B EN D ORECON
E X P E R IE N C E
! in Prineville two weeks and has
examined a numer of parties who
Unequaled Facilities for Handling Locators and Commercial Travelers.
have made proofs, including sever
’ al from this place. There remains
only a few claimants here and
T rade M a r ks
hence J 4 r, Neuhausen will be here
D e s ig n s
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
¡but a few days. If your claim is
Anyone «ending a «ketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Carries a complete line of sash, doors, roofing etc. All kinds of lumber
invention is probably patentable. Communica
suspended see him aboutit. He
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents
free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
for sale and special hills sawed to order.
intended to make the trip here sent
Patents taken through Munii & Co. receive
special notice, without charge, in the
some time ago but has been busy
A g e n t s f o r Le ff el T u r b i n e W a t e r W h e e l s .
Scientific Am erican.
at the countv seat.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I,nrg03t cir
STEIDL & REED,
culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. $3 a
Low Allingham proprietor of the
stage line, is in Prineville looking
after hie interests at that place,
D alles, O reg on .
Bend feed and Livery Stables.
T H E D E S C H U T E S L U M B E R CO.
A V ic io u s A s s a u lt.
year : four montila, » 1 . Sold by all newsdealer«.
Mrs. David Prine, one of the old
Branch Office. 625 F 8t., Washington, I). C.
Sydney Percival arrived here est inhabitants of Crook county,
T h r o u g h f r o m Sh a r ti k o to P r i n e v i l l e in 1 2 H o u r s .
C O N T E S T N O T IC E .
Wednesday. He will be engaged was the victim of one of the moet
U. S.,Land Office, The Dalles. Oregon. |
as printer on the Bend Bulletin.
arch :;l, 1904.
inhuman assaults that has ever A sufficient contest affidavit M
having been filed |
G. M. CORNETT, Trop.
this office by W illiam . P. Vandevert, con- \
• E. F. Batten and wife arrived been perpetrated in tin county, in
testant. against desert land entry No. 109 made i
M a k in g C lo se C o n n e ctio n w ith th e P r in e v ille -B e n d D a ily Stage.
i r ( 111..' »'.. VI CWI
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» ^ . W i v * M c.^!
from Portland the early part of Mrs. Prine is .early 80 years of
S H A H IK O -P R IN S V II.L E SC H ED U LE.
*ke this place age a .d lives at Prioeville. On
the week and will make
g the first year after making said entry
Leave Khaniko ti p. m.
Leave llen.l 0:30 a. m.
said conte.'tec wholly failed and neglected to j
Tuesday night she was asleep at expend
the sum of $1 per acre, or any part 1
Arrive Prineville 0 a in.
Artive l'rinevtlle 12 in.
thereof, either in improvements or labor or in
her home and was awakened in the
P R IN E V IL L E -B E N D SC H E D U LE .
of said tract; that during the 1
Harry Hill left Wednesday
the night by the presence of some lift F«r »mr linkinf *»1'l entry (that is, be-
PrineviUe and several other points1
nveen October i, iwu. cuidoctnU-r 4 , M 2 ) or at
I.eavo Prineville 1 p. m.
Leave Prineville 1 p. in.
o.n in her room. The intruder any time «heri-aftc-#, -.ml-claimant failed and
Arrive Beud 0:30 p. tu.
Arrive Slutniko 1 a. in.
Cll OI CctltltJ
neglected to hie proof of labor performed up-
in the county iu
! immediately fliczed her by the "« S*V' !r*tta* required by lawi that said First
for his market.
O. s.. Taber: said parlies are hereby i
throat and pounded her into in Jnmcw
PASSENGER nNO FREIGHT RATES REASONABLE.
notified to appear, respond and offer evidence |
- C. M. Willey passed througi sensibility, breaking her nose and touching said allegation at 10 o’clock a. in. on j
May 21. 1901, before
M. Lawrence, U. 8. Coin-
this place on his way to Prineville j niuring her frightfully. Upon re- misjnoner, at i.Lntii-.- at i v - i 'i n i f ,, oreumi
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
and final hearing w ill be hold »it 10 o ’clock a. 1
wnerv ne »pent several (lays trana- 1 coveting consciousness »he aroustd ln . on Mav 31, r «»I. odore the Register and Re-
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cciver »»t the Lulled SI
States hand Office in The
her son who was in another part of U hiic «, om egon.
Hie said contestant having in a proper af- j
Dr. C. S. Edwards, of Prineville, ihe house and he remained with fl.invit, tiled
12 nr.)», sot fórni fart»
which snow that after due diligence personal
cull in»’ i-« made, it is
arrived Monday find spent s*veral
This popular resort is under the special management and super
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
days visiting and making proof on
of \V. H. ¡Staats.
• MtCHAEI, T. NOLAN. Rei<i8t«r.
not known for some days, blit w h e n -------------------
his limber claim.
N O T I C E F O R P U B L IC A T I O N .
D ESCHUTES, OREGON-
the sheriff heaid of it, he began an
E. G. Erickson left for his home
Land Office at The Palle«. Oregon.
active search for the perpetrator
libi. . 1
in Michigan after being a resident
pe i* hereby given that in compliance j » ,
and strenuous endeavors will be
provisions of the act of Congre«» of • ¥>?
o f this locality over a year. He
. 1*7*. entit'ed ‘ An act for the sale of)
1 u i , i I . in
i i , the
1 1, i. sun-
Ut ti tiiü m
. . t California.
t 'a I ¡ f u n i I o
I t r i, ¡ .
made to mete out justice to th. of-
proved up on his timber claim last
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory,” us
I extended to till the Public Lund States by act
of August 4, 1*92,
MUNN & Co.36,Bro“d***‘New York
S h a n ik o -P rin e v iU e S ta g e Line
H O T E L S T A R T S
Work is under way on the Cline
Butte mineral claims, and shafts
will be sunk in various places lo
gst a li.e on the trend of the gold
bearing ledge and to lay it opeu at
T h e F o r e s t Brid g e.
( har es S Edwards
of Dear hüte« . county of Crook. Ktate of Oregon,
lifls on Ju ly 9, 1903. Hied in t li is office his s wo rn
statement No. 2tKi9, fur tin* p ur ch ase .»f the S W 4
01 section No. 23 in township Nt». 19 8. range
York Gash Store.
T U E MISSES STEN RERG AND HANDLE, P rops.
The countr court haa 1st the con-
M IL L IN E R Y . D R Y GOODS, SH OES, Etc.
« 1 ,
tract IUT th© building of tt bricip© Nn. 1U e ., w . M.. anti Will offer proof to show
New stock of dry goods and notions now in stock.
a Ihat ihe lnnd «ought U more \aluable for its j
over Crooked r i V t r a t trie r o r e s t timber or stonc than for agrieultural purposes,
All Kinds of Sewing: and Dressmaking Done.
T o rp - 1 , .
, .amito estab'ish his rlaim t.*said lnnd indo re
plüC© tO J . i», i 1 i lotFOn üf 1 ortldníi, . 1 . m Lawrcncc l*. s. coniuiissioncr. nt lii» of-
D E SC H U TE S
r tko'o/i rn ii .
• fice at Pcsclnites Orcgon, 011 Wednesday, the ¡
fur th© *um of »TOOoO. Illlotnon J8 Íltli dav Of May. 1901.
O f t io r> a S a t ~ ~
- • i f K f a iV m t - i m
- ~ i . i f l i i w o r .. n r ■ « i w . n t<
, . .«t A.
! he ñames a.Aviiftesses: .T. N. TTiinfcr,Glenni
til© contractor who built til© coun* M«r«h, Richard King und .lames Hlinter, ull of j
W. E. Guerin Jr. and G. C
Desdi lites, Oregon.
tv biidge over Crooked river near Any and » 1 1 per>ons claiming adversely the .
Steinemai.it returned fro-n Prine-
above described lam icare re piede»! io file,
Prineville atol his work wa. very their claims iti this office on or before sani ;
lit ti day of May. 1901.
where they spent
8KYKRT DKIIINO, Prop.
well done. His l*id was also con-
M ichakl T. N o lan . Register. !
some days making preparations for . .
than these i f
the l upi ag©ii(*yt Uw bu»ine»s and
Í 01 her coni ra d o n » .
The woik will
bank in g e.-txblighmunt which will
begin as soon as Ihe timbera cun
tllurllv he et-tabllehed here.
I lie prepared and the iron wmk
IIEADQ LAUT LUS FOIt TOURISTS AND TIM HER M EN
Marlin Pratt, who resided here brought in. I tie bridge when in
for aererai montha last s u m m e r place w.ll add greatly
I»El.IGH TFU Ii ROUTE
has taken a position on the D. I £ freighting facilities of this legality
I I a v l i g h t RIDE
I l lZ Z Y CRAGS
P. Co. engineering force and is now ®'<d many of our citizens took a
T R I P L E T T ,
I7 e e p c a n y o n s
working on the Benham Falls l i n e . | liv*ly interest in getting th. coun-
t j to bridge the river at that point.
Upon leaving here last summer
A Golden Opportunity
Mr. Pratt went to Agency Plains
All kinds of wa^on work clone in first-class shape; short notice j )b* a spec ialty.
S p rin g R o a d W o r k .
and took up a homestead which he
O pposite schoolhouse,
B E N D , CRSECON.
' ‘ See Nature, in all her glor
At its last session the county
has now broken and under crop.
' court resolved to put the roads of
acme o f man’s handiwork.
The D. I. A- P. Company this the county in ns good condition a s )
first is found along
week laid off a number of its men possible for traffic, and with that
DICK VASDEYIKT, PRO!*.
of the D knvkr it
upon the lower ditch work. The end in view ordered the various
Carries U. S. Mail, express and passengers through in two days. Takes
Rio G rande R ailroad ,
Company has experienced great road supervisors to go to work at
you through the picturesque Deschutes Valley und the great
the latter at tire St. Louis
trouble with the hay question, as once. The clerk has addressed a
yellow pine timber belt.
World’s Fair. Your trip
hay is not only selling at exorbitant circular letter to each road super '
KXPRESS AND PA“ KN'.KR3 WAYBTI.LKD AT DESCIICTES POSTOKKII K.
will be one o f pleasure—
pri ccs, hut is almost unobtainable, visor instructing him in regard to
L. A . B O O T H
F r .n e v U le A t -n t.
make the most o f it. For
This fact has also made construe- the court's resolutions and trans.-
information and illustrat
tion work v.-ry costly. The de- milting a check for 1150 for use in
ed literature write
cress« in the ditch crew will,each road district. The amount W . C. M c B r i d e , G e n . A g t .
T h e
E c h o
is R e f i ;
probably Le on! r temporary.
of rainfaii during the past winter
F A R E W E L L B E N D SÄLO ON .
TTtT 3 i 7 M! 4 k m p i
ÌÉ A M I
The choicest brands of Beer, Wines, Liquors
and Ciirars always on hand.
BltRCKSpiITHIUG fiJJD HORSESHOEING.
PRINEVILLE-SILVER LAKE STAGE LINE.