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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1904)
shortly aud lumber will he more
Ed Ferguoa left far Priasville plentiful. A great deal of atten
tion has been given by the com
G. F. Moorahnusa has bean un pany to railing the head of water
and securing an escape for the
well for some days.
water from the wheel.
The mother ®f N. P. Waider is
N. P. Weider is out of the
ane of onr new residents.
list of snthusiastic ball players for
A. C. Lucas made a business some weeks to come. He was en
trip to Prineville on Tuesday.
gaged in instructing A. L. Dudley
W. W. Orcutt and Frank Oroutt in the proper method of catching a
ball when the ephere caught the
were in Prinerille Wednesday.
of hie fimger and badly wreck
Charles Swalley is transacting
ed the digit. Mr. Weider had the
business in Prineville this week.
finger attended to at Prineville
Baseball is a popular sport at Monday.
this place and a good team is in
Dr. Edgington, of Wasco, Sher
man county, came over Friday
The trout flies are out oa the
and will spend several daye in
river and fishing is the popalar
looking oyer the country. Dr-
Edgington is looking for land and
J. A. Ryan was a business visi has visited various parts of Crook
tor at Prineville on Tuesday and county and ia favorable impressed
with the section. He will look
this eeetion and may settle
W. H. Brock and J. H. Brock
spent several days this week at the
The Deschutes river has been
very high this season and skews
few signs of receding.
W. A. Bull and wife left for
Prineville Tuesday after having
Spent several days here.
At any rate, we wish the new set
tlement all prosperity.
C . J. S tu b lin g , W h o le s a le r.
P o rta g e R a ilw a y C o n v e n tio n .
Our Senior editor returned from
the Portage Railway meeting in
the Dalles Wednesday evening,
where he attended four leng and
interesting sessions of tbe conven
tion, participating as a delegate
county bordering on the Columbia
river in three states Washington,
Oregon and Idaho, whs represent
ed, and a powerful organization
was perfected, with over 150 mem-
be rs, united to push that projeet to
For doctor’s fees won't l»o necessary w' n von ere attacked with colds at this season 1
completion. Nobody it opposing.
of the year
Just get n hottl* of ’ O F E K N R I V E R ” or “ H A R P E R , ” and take it in 1
the form of a hot “ toddv
Your cold will leave von and von won t suffer from the I
Mr. Taffe. as The Observer haH be
<ht;a J.'i-r" ^ k' v
S H A W A. B R O S T C R H O U S have lots of “ G R E E N ,
R I V E R and 'H A R P E 1 R ,” and t hey want l o ’ ^iio., yon.
fore stated, ha* given free right of
way. and the O. R. N. Co don’t
own all the earth and rocks and
sand about there. Indeed, it is 4 r
doubtful if the company has title
to the land covered by its preseat
First-Class Teams and Rigs
Very Reasonable Kates
iron and ties.— Moro Observer.
H a rp e r
S c h litz
A. H. Kennedy ieft for Portland
Sunday oa a brief business visit
He expects to return tomorrow
During his absence L. N. Liggett
is weilding the pen on the editorial
staff on the Review. ThsA effice
force at the Review is authority for
the statement that brother Ken
nedy has designs upon a young
lady near Moro who will soon bs-
come a life partner in the printing
business.— Crook County Journal-
o f HIM R a ilro a d .
D a lle s , O re g o n .
Bend peed and Livery Stables.
A dispatch from Klamath Falls
□ E N D OrtECON
to the Oregon Journal, says that a
son-inlaw of J. J. IIÜ1 ’and Cham-;
Unequaled Facilities for Handling Locators and Commercial Travelers.
berlain, the western manager of
Hill’s lines are at that place for
the purpose of lookiug over the
T H E D E SC H U TE S L U M B E R CO.
country to determine railway pros-
poets. There is evidently a desire
on tbe part of Hill to get into Cen Carries a complete line of sash, doo-s, roofing etc. All kinds of lumber
for sale and special bills sawed to order.
tral Oregon and cut it of! from be
ing a Harritnan feeder, and prob
Agents fos* Lef f el Turbine Water Wheels.
L. C. Hoffman, of Walla Walla,
ably lumber companies who own
Wash., earn« into town looking
S T E 'C L & REED,
large tracts along the Deschutes
over the country with a view of lo
C e n e ra l P rin o A r re s te d .
and in Klamath counties ere urg L Y T L E ,
General Prine, who is well known ing tbe building of a road. A Hill
Otto Gray, candidate for treasur here, was arrested this week at road would necessarily follow the
Through from Shsr.iko to Prineville in 12 Hours.
er on the republican ticket, paid Prineville for an assault with in- Deschutes valley.
this section of the county a visit j tent to kill his mother, and on
O. M. CORNiiTT, Prop.
Llarry Broker, formerly connect
Wednesday was bound over to the
M a k i n g C lo s e C o n n e c t i o n w i t h t !ie P n n e v i l l e - E o n d D a i l y S ta g e .
district court under $1,000 bonds ed with tbe Bend Mercantile Com
Lake county sheriff claims to
S H A M X O -P U IN ID V II.L E SCHEDULE.
which he failed to furnish, and was pany, is how tli* owner of a well
have trailed the sheepkillers, who
S O U TH B O U N D
N O K T It n o P N Il
committed to jail. Tbe accused is patronized cigar stand in the Hotel
Leave Shaniko (i p. m.
Leave Bend 0:30 a. in.
exterminated a baud of sheep, into
Arrive Prineville (1 a in
Ariive I’rinevtlle 12 ui.
a horse trainer of about 35 year* of Seott, Portland. Mr. Broker is do
Crook county. *
P R IN J3V ILLE -2 3K D SC HEDULE.
age and hai been much addicted ing well in getting into*» position
Leave Prineville 1 i> in.
I pave Prineville 1 p. in.
A. L. Goodwilli# returned on to drink. The assault was eom- to enjoy th* tourist, trade during
Arrive Bend 0:30 p. in.
* A irive ShaHiko 1 a. m.
Friday from Portland where he miited Tuesday night of last week th# Lewis and Clark fair. Hu ts a
had been for several days.
and the aged mother with her no«e member of two orchestras.
PASSENGER vNl) F!M iGHT h i l l s It KARON ABLE.
broken and otherwise severely in
L. A. Booth, of Prineville, spent
The state of New York has fall
jured was left without care until
Sunday on the river with designs
A c c o m o d a t i o r o F i r s t - c i s s s in o v o r y r e s p e c t a t
in line and has appropriated
the succeeding Thursday, when
on the tiany tribe. He left lor
the sum of $3’),000 for tbe Lewis
neighbors came to her aid. Much
home on the Monday stage.
indignation was felt towards the and Clark exposition. This is tbe
appropriation tbits far
James Overton went to Prineville son, who was charged with crime, larg«st
Thursday to receive medical treat and there was talk of dealing with mado by any state outside of
ment. Mr. Overton has been suf him summarily. Calmer counsel Oregon.
fering for some time for stomach prevailed, however, nud he will
BO Y E A R S '
trouble and is receiving treatment now await a trial in dist-ict court.
E X P E R IE N C E
from Dr. C. S. Edwards.
On account of her age, Mrs. Prine
uiay yet succumb to her injuriis.
W. E. Guotin, Jr. will participate
The motive of the assault is not
in the coming campaign by tuak-
yet fully explained but it is thought
ing severrl speeches in different
that it was an attempt to obtMiri
T rade M a r k s
parts of the county. Mr. Guerin
D e s ig n s
$180 which the aged lady had in
was prominent in republican poli
. . . .
C o pyr ig h ts A c .
J the house.
A n y o n e ten d in g a sketch and description may
tics in bis home state, Ohio.
qnlukly ascertain o u r opinion fr e e w heth er an
Rev. Z. W. Commerford return
ed to Prineville Monday after con
ducting services Sunday.
S h a n ik o -P rin e v iU e S ta g e L in e
Some miscreant shot a cow be
longing to W. 11. Staats, breaking
her leg. The act must have been
purposely done as there is no hunt
ing being done at this season. The
perpetrator deserve* a term in jail.
The registration for Crook coun
ty i« not yet fully determined ns
some <f the precincts have not
thus far mad« return*. In most
precincts the registration ran be
low tiro number
A New Tow n
Quite a settlement has sprung
up At the Pickett Island crossing
of the Deschutes this year, and it
is very likely this will be tbs seen*
of a no-v town i»i three or four
months hence. Pickett Island is
the place scheduled tor tbe cross
ing of ilit- Corvallis A EiicWn if
that, road is ever extended into
Eastern Oregon, and capita lists
are seemingly of the belief that
such projection is not without the
range of pjssibilitios.
mm, of whom W. A. Laidlaw is
one, have erected a store there to
catch all the advance trade This
store, it i* said, carries a •' 11'GO
stock of general merchandise and
is already doing a brisk bi;rimss-
Mr. Rasmussen, who has been
cng3g*d in carpebter work about
towu during the spring, has gone
to Portland where lie will receive
medical treatment. Mr. Rassmuis
en’s hea!:h has not not been good
: ( « : » » , l l . » w n i.lK
for some time.
bv his wi.'t
>v*;r from Prine-
.* tig and will e\-
▼ilio ' ridi, ..
amine ti-.* hcr c * ni niiants and those
«tid have tiot y et hi tn interviewed
èy a s peci:\\ «ncr-Qt.
P ro b a b le .
in ven tion is probably p a te n ta b le h jo im im n ic a
tions s tric tly confidential. HANDBOOK OU l>ut<>uts
sent free. O ldest agen cy fo r securing put out n .
Paten ts taken through Munn A Co. re ceive
tpecial n otice, w ith ou t c harge, in the
Scientific Am erican.
A tia m t.o m cly lllnatrntcd w eekly.
culation " f nny ed en ta te Journal. Term s. J.t n
r e a r : fo u r m on th «, |l. Sold by alt newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,Bro,d"av New York
S I . V i.U T l> M U N r ., T ro p .
Branch Office. 0Z5 F S t . W nshluifton. D. C.
The choicest brands of Heer, Wines, Liquors
and Cipiiv* a;wavs on hand.
I . K U O H T K U L ROUTE
IJ \ Y L IG H T RIDE
I liZ Z Y CRAGS
• ' hep canyons
* Golden Opportunity
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IL L A R D
T ^ I I P X Y E ' Z ’T .
BLACKSM ITH!T j A »D HORSESflOEIJiG
All kind* cf waj-Jii w-
Opposite r.f '.
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i hurt 1,1.: -
r t r k -i
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rounity has bi n
h«-r.il**d. and about all iho la..d in
tbe vicini; v of Pickett I»l»aJ Las
bei.-n taken up bv homesteaders.
A* tit* right of way for tbe Col tun-,
l<i* Southern Extension abo pass-
Th* ne.v WAÎtr wheel of Ua. J v* near bv, it would seem to bo a
for i e x f
11 be in placa
& Steidl LU Ìli
F A R E W E L L B E N D SALO O N.
W. C. W I c B r i d e , Gen. Aflt.
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