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DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 21, 1904.
vation ranging from ”00 to 000
feet above the sea is considered
I.A K E V IE W , OREGON.
very feasible. Kxainh ation has
W ill j r a r tio e before all th e C ourts of th e
shown most of this land to he un
S tate a n d bafnre th e U. i. I.and Office.
patented, aa d th a t the northern
Office in Italy Block, n ex t door to U. S. Lund
Office. C orrespondence solicited.
Pacific controls the greater portion
The much avertised P ater-W a re-
the patented area, ft has been
DR. VV. W . T A C C A R T ,
McKinley trials were put off until
next faU. Th* government was
water from the Snake -iver, near
E Y E S P E C IA L IS T . again
W i l l g iv e y o u b a r g a in s
unprepared to proceed.
Riparia, and bring it onto this land
g ro c er ies at h is store.
P o in d e x te r Ilu te
P rin e v ille, Oregon
California delegate* were in and the experts will determine the
A ll b u s in e s s d o n e on a
structed for H earst by lit majority. feasibility of storing - the flood
M . R. B I G G S ,
a s h b a sis.
In W isconsin the Hearst men fail waters of the Umatillsi river in a
Attorney at Law and notary. ed. The delegation went to E. C. system »Í reservoirs. I J i t is found
A c o m p le te sto ck on
Wall a Wisconsin man. Mon such a system is practicable and
M a in S t r e e t , P r i n e v il l e , O r e g o n .
h a n d , an d m o re on th e
t a n a ’s democratic delegation goes th a t dam s can be constructed on
Office on stre e t le a d in g to C ourt H ouse.
w a y fro m S h a n ik o .
j the respective reservoir »itus, and
W . H. S T A A T S , Prop.,
B. M A T T H E W S ,
Senator Fulton says th a t m any 1 litigation can be avoided, such as
of the forest reserve withdrawals in is threatened in M alh n ir county,
W ill p ra c tic e before th e U nited States S uprem e
C ourt, th e C ourt of Claim s, all th e D ep art
will be again the government wiil ip.rn its a tten
m en ts, an d C om m ittees of Congress.
He farther tion to Um atilla, and leave the
Special a tte n tio n given to contested an d e i- thrown open to entry.
p&rte eeses u n d e r th e T im ber a n d Stone. H om e
Malheur project to be disposed of
ste ad , T ow nsite, a n d m in e ra l laws. Cases be says th a t no more reserves will be
fore Congress, m ail ro u te con tracts, an d p a t
created in the western p art of the
en ts for in v en tio n s.
Offices: Bond B uilding,
The government is now satisfied
W A S H I N G T O N . D. C.
th a t one reservoir in township 3 E t* lA iilJy átllih iA4álJyátAÉÍhi¿AáiAÍiJáá<^*tAká¿ÉAüáéAjkáh3
The J ap s lost six hundred men,
north, ranges 25 and 26 east, can
H . P. B E L K N A P
C H A 8 . S . ED W A R D S
one battleship and one cruiser off
be built to held sufficient water to
BELKNAP & EDWARDS
A rthur. The cruiser was
reclaim 60,000 acres, but before
P h y s i c i a n s a n d S u r g e o n s ram m ed by another Japanese ves
this project is adopted, it is desired
P R IN E V IL L E , O R E G O N .
sel during a fog and the battleship
M r s . C. E . M c D o w e ll, P r o p .
to know how m uch addition.-,! land
Office In Adamnon & W iDnek Co’«. D rug Store was destroyed by
can be reclaimed by waters stored On your way to Deschutes and Silver Lake you will want
in smaller reservoirs in th at vi-|
H. W . R E E D ,
Senators Spooner and Quarles, cinity which can also be supplied
to stop at a good hotel while in Prineville.
N o ta r y
I P u i l o l l o and Congressmen Babcock and by flood waters from Um atilla
Draws u p deeds, m ortgages, etc , and
Minor with their followers bolted river. If the board reports favor The PRINEVILLE has the reputation of being the best; ask
ex ecu tes a ll k in d s o f legal d o cu m en ts
w ith eare an d precision.
the republican convention in W is ably on its exam ination, a special
your friends if it isn’t.
O R E G O N consin and there are now two state effort will he m ade to perfect the
plans for the irrigation oroject.
Fine R oom s and Beds.
Cuis ine Unexcelled.
The ^republican convention of
F o r th e N a tio n . ’s
Illinois is set in s v e r y £-ea dead
A Fourth of J u ly celebration is
lock. The eonvention started with
seven candidates aud still has th a t being planned for this place and ■
o OYSTER HOUSE AND LUNCH CO UN TER ♦
number. Sixty ballots havo been arrangem ents will soon be made t
I». G. ROG ERS, P R O P .
taken find even the weakest candi- for a num ber of interesting features ♦ ♦
Fresh E a s t
date of the seven has held his own. | which will a ttra ct large crowds
from different parts of ’he county ♦
A L L B A K E R Y GOODS K E P T CO N
The bureau of forestry will |
S T A N T L Y ON H A N D .
A purse of $50 is proposed for a
Meals of All Kinds
O p e n a t A ll H o u r
recommend the creation of new re- j
D a y a n d N ipfht.
Served to Order.
base ball gam# with some good out- j
serves in Oregon covering 4,000,000j
•ids team, which ought te make
acres of land
things interesting. A barbecue is
lien dees nol include the W arner also to be another feature and this
reserve south of this place. The with games, a bowsry danoe and !
latter tract may be thrown open for
fir# works ought to make an inter-!
eating day. No other place in ths
Lytle'* Leading Grocery Store is being stocked to its full
county has yet made arrangements
T h e W o r ld ’s Fair R oute.
and the people ef thia com m unity will f i n d it.
for a celebration and if th e matter ,
much to heir advantage to trade there.
Those anticipating an Eastern
is im m ediately arranged for aD¿ i
trip, or a visit to the Louisiana
advertised widely the celebration N o . 6 B r o a d w a y.
Lytle, O r e g o n .
Purchase Exposition a t St. Louis,
can be made a complete success.
cannot afford to overlook the ad
The river is a pleasant place to
vantages offered by the Missouri
come to. and a large num ber of
Pacific Railway, which, on account
people from other parts of the coun
N e e d e d in E v e r y H o m e I of its various routes and gateways
P r in e v ille $
ty make it a point to spend a few
has besn appropriately named
O reg o n
days here during the summer.
‘The World’s Fair Route.”
The activity at this time is laud- i
One of the Beet Appointed Buffets at tbe County Heat.
U p to D a t e
Paseengers from th# Northwest
able and with general support a
take the Missouri Pacifie trains
record breaking celebration can be
j from Denver ro Pueblo, with the
choiceof either going direct through
A b o u t E le c tio n T im e.
1 Kansas City, or via Wichita, F ort
T h e Fair Route
A L a d le s ' Club Dance.
Scott and Pleasant Hill.
There ere over two hundred
Via Chicago or New Orleans to
Members of the newly organised
Two trains daily from Denver
patent* now at Th* Dalles land of St. Louis, ia th* on* th a t gives you
A D ic tio n a ry o f E N G L IS H ,
and Pueblo to St. Louis without
fice. Of these abeut one hundred th* most for your meetty,— and tb*
B i o g r a p h y . G e o g r a p h y , F i c t i o n , o tc -
the evening of May 21st. The
change, carrying all classes of
are homestead and the rest are fact th a t the Illinois Central offers
T h e N ew an d E n la rg e d
; club has a membership of ever
modern equipm ent, including elec-
tim ber entry patents. I t sesms unsurpassed
E L d i ti o n C o n t a i n s
twenty-five aad will havs the social
points to tbe Worlds Fair, and in
2 5 , 0 0 0 N e w W o rd s
and literary featares c o m m o n to !
I dining car*. Ten daily trains be?-
be don* iu the land office between this cenaection to all pwinta be
N e w G a z e tte e r of th e W o rld
yond. makes it to your advantage,
such organizations all over the
w ith m ore th a n 2-'»,000 title s, based on th e
the present time and election day in case you contemplate a trip to
tween Kansas City and St. Louis.
la te s t cen su s re tu rn s .
1 country. T h s work will requirs a
W’rita, ur call on VV. C. McBride,
as the land oifite ha* been behind any point t a i l , to write us before
N e w B io g ra p h ic a l D ic tio n a ry
c o n ta in in g n am es o f o v er 10,100 n o te w o rth y
library aad the proceeds of ths ball
*o far th a t serious complaints have m aking final arrangem ents
General Agent, 124 Third street,
persons, w ith n a tio n a lity , o c c u p a tio n , d a te
o f reigns, d a te o f b irth , d e ath , e tc .
We sen ell'er the choioe of at
j Portland, for detailed iaforinaPon j will bs utilized for this nacessity.
been made in every «octicn where
E d ited b y W. f . H A R R I S , P h D ., LL.D.
a dozen different routes.
D o n 't C o *o S t. Louie
public land w i i being taken up.
and illustrated literature.
U n ited S tated Corn miss loner o f E d u catio n ,
B. II. T r l m h i l l , Com. Agt.
N ew Plates
2380 Quarto Paces
‘Till you eall at or write to the The deteotion of fraud La* net J. C'. Lindsey, T. F. it P. A.,
R i c h Bindings 5000 Illustration»
C o v a r n m e n d Still Undecided.
Chicage, Milwaukee and St Paul base promoted by th# loeg delay*
W e also publish
Paul B. Thomson, F. <t P. A.,
A consultation of irrigation ex Railroad. Office 134 T hird Street, th a t have occurred.
Webster*# Collegiate D ictionary
w ith G lossary o f S co ttish W ords an d P hrases.
lltO H ftff*«. I4 > « l! iu * tr » " *.«. S iw T ilO i* » -lia r!.* « .
pert* has bssu ordered at Pendle P ortland, Oregoa. Lew rates to
W ater ie new running in the D.
** F irst-class in q u a lity , second-class In slate.M
ton to determ ine the merits of ths all poiats East, i» eonnection with I. I’. Ce.’e ditch** for a ceosider-
H a g h Oourley who was at o a t
L E T US SEND YOU F R E E
.U m atilla irrigation project. The ¡ all traassontioentals.
MA T e st In P ronunciation " w hich affords a
able distance ae rth of th* town, time th* editor of the Crook County
t an d in s tr u c tiv e e v e n in g ’s en ter*
reclamation of between 100,000 aad
H . S. R ob ,
and from thia time on water will Jo urnal and well known to eeuaty
u n m e n t. Illu s tra te d p a m p h le t also free.
end 200,000 acres ef land lying d i
G. 6 C . M E R R IA M C O M P AN Y.
G s a tr a l Agsnt,
be available for a Urge acreage of resident*, died at Kingsley, Orogoa,
P ublishers, Springfield. M ast.
rectly v e s t of Pendleton, nt nn ele
at th* age of G4.
C. H. D A L R Y M P I E ,
A tto rne y and Ab stra cter
N o w s of t he W e e k .
H. Wood and T. A. Wood were
convicted in Portland of compirir. g
to defraud the government in se
Deschutes, • - - Oregon.
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