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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1904)
LOCAL NO TES,
Mrs. A. 0. I.ucts made a shop-
Ve.t.r Staat, is numb.rsd amang PinS triP t0 Pri“ ,vil,° on Monday,
C. J. Stubling, W holesaler.
spent Tuesday in
from this place looking after his politi-; Jordan
I cal fences.
Mrs. John Kever is reported as
0v,d Riley and Frank 01,1,8
being ve * ill with grippe.
were visitor8 at ‘ We county seat lor Bailey
several da^rs this week.
Emil Swanson returned Thurs-
The Illinois republican conven
day from a trip to Shaniko.
tion took its 78th ballot without
Willie and Clinton Vandevert, of breaking the deadlock.
Lava, were in town Sunday.
M. H. Bell, candidate for county Umpire, Harold Baldwin.
Joseph Taggart is now residing treasurer, was out this week and
The score by inning»:
oh his homestead up the river.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
circulated extensively among the
Prineville 4 1 1 U 0 2 ti 0 1
Mr*. C. D. Waisz is confined to voters.
Deschutes 0 U 4 Ü 1 1 1 Ü l)
her room on account of sickness.
W. A. Laidlaw, after conducting
Mr. and Mr*. C. Allen spent the members of the state land
Saturday and Sunday in the city, hoard oyer the Columbia Southern
W. H. Staats
Mrs. Hill, of Prineville, is spend- ditch tract, accompanied the party
ing the week with her mother, Mr*.
^ ' r®h*.
p c. Rowlee and Mrs
C. E. Lovell mad« a trip to
Prineville Tuesday and returned
a „ i„ „
A pleasant dancing party was
made n trip to Prineville Tuesday
and were present at the reception
given Governor Chamberlain at
held at the Pilot Butte Inn Satur-
ML and Mrs. Geo. O’Neil, 0 f
P-ineville, were registered at the
Hotel St«ats Tuesday.
Aooordlng to Portland newspv
p»rs the Baer agents who are now
in O regon will inveitigate the Des-
cLuU*9 country with a view of lo-
eating Boer colonists in this coun
Hugh Johnston passed through
this place on his way from his
The O. R. & N. Co. has prepar-
Rosland homestead to Pr ineville. j ed a booklet on recreation resorts
The Bon Ami Club will be en- in ° rPSon thal >8 v#rv interesting,
tartained by Mrs. P. Garshina« at II describes many points of inter-
The Oregon King Mining com
pany struck a body of very rich
ore last week while ttlopiog between
Sample* examined were very rich
in free gold. While they Luve had
an abundance of very rich ore, this
strike l* tbe richest encountered in
tree gold iu the mine, and the
owners are feeling veiy jubilant
Tlie lied Jacket Mining compa
ny have their new boiler and
pumping plant on the ground and
will commence to put tbe same in
position immediately, and active
work will begin on this property
as soon as the water can he pump
ed out. The company hud just
struck the main ledge when they
had to quit on account of water.—
R u n n in g
S ch litz
t r y ’ s B e s t.
For doctor’s fees won’ t ho necessary w1
you nre Attacked with colds At this season
of the Near. Just * t ! a hottl** of ‘ O K E B N R I V E R " «»r •‘H A R P E R , ” h *«I takr it in 1
the form of a hot “toddy ” Your cold will leave von and von won’t suffer from the I
S H A W & B R O S T F R H O U S have lots of “ G R E E N
R l V I l R mi«l ‘• HAIiP VI !, no 1 they wan;
T h e Dalles, Oregon.
First Class Teams and liipis
Very Reasonable Rates
Bend Feed and Livery Scabies.
0 !? £ C C N
T nequaled Facilities for Handling I.'¿caters and Commercial Travelers.
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•" -'TTT .-T*ra»n
T H E D E S C H U T E S D U M B E R CO.
Carries a completo line of.sudi, diior.T. r.»of. g ' 'c. All kinds of lumber
for siile and special bill- sawed to order.
A g ents
!.e ffc !
T u ik ire
W a te r
W h e e ls .
her home in Lytle next T u e s d a y elt and '* ,ro11 8UPPlied with half‘
S T E ID L & R E r£ D ,
„ , ,
Six hundred families fled from ;
thair homes in Kansas on account;
corner stone of the ( rook
of floods and great damago is be- spunty
*chool is to be laid to-
T h r o u g h f r o m S h a n i k o t o P r i n c v i l i e in 1 2 H o u r s .
ing done crops.
day at Prinaville under the aus-
T_.,, , ,
pices of the Masonic ol-der. The
It Will Co T o Your Interest.
Harry Hill left the early part ot i
stone will contain, among other
<;. M. CORNlvTT, Prop.
the week for a trip to several lo-
, . ,
you contemplate- veiling the!
valuables, one copv ot each ot the
Making Close Connection with tao Prinevllle-Bend Eally Etrgo.
calities in the couutv in the inter- „
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five newspapers published m the St. Louis Expo-ition, to recure re-j
S H A M K O - P K I N E V I I . L E 8C I1EOU LE.
est of h:s meat market.
south nor xii
liable information as to railroad
cou n ty.
I-eave Shaniko (i p in.
Leave Itemt 0:lX) a. m.
Miss Jackie Brock, who has
, , ,
„ service, the lowest rate« and tbe
Arrive Piineville l> a in.
A n iv e l'nnevllle 12 tn.
The newlv broken lands in the
P R IM E V IL L S -B E N D S C H in C L * .
best routes. Also as to local con-1
been a compositor on the Journal . .
,, „ ..
vicinity ot Powell Buttes are green
B O V T Iino l'N D
N O KTUIIOIND
dilion« ic St.' Louis; hotels, etc'
at Prir.eville, returned home Sun-
. . .
I.eave Prineville 1 p in.
le a v e Piineville 1 p m. '
with grain crops. On thevander-
Arrive Mend (ipiO p. in.
Airiv e Shaniko 1 a. in.
day and will spend the summer
, TT , ,*
t . ’ • I f you will write the under
vert and Hobbs ranch at the foot
signed, stating what informrtion First
Accorfi.!nod3tion3 i o ~ t ’lc
irB v c 'in g
of the Buttes nearly three hundred
PASSF.NGKK .» N !> I'KI'.liifVP K.\ I I S L r tSOXARI.K.
Rev. O. W. Triplett will preach ' arces of grain are growing nicely
promptly furnished. I f we do not
in the school house at Sisters at I I a* a result of the recent rains.
A c c o r r c t ! r . f o r r G r ^ t - c l a c s in e v e r y r e s p e c t a t
have it on hand, will secure it for
o’clock, on July 3rd., ami will They also have several acres of
you if possibili, and without any
preach iu tfco evening at this garden planted
expense to yo i. Address
The outnor that the Corvallis Si
B. II T rumbull ,
Win. Boegli was a visitor in Eastern 11 R. Co. had made a re-
Commercial Agent, 112 J hird
This popuiar report is under the special management and super*
tovvr. the early part of the week in survey of its contemplated lino Striet, I ortland. Oregon.
j vigjou 0f w_ |¡ Slaats.
the interest of his candidacy for with the purpose of extending the
the office of county supsrintendi nt line ia not confirmed
D E S C H U T E S . criE C O N *
company. Officials say that n re-
s, v ♦
A reception was given Governor survey was made as the company s
ShanikO“Prineville S ta g e Lin e
Chamberlain, Secretary Dunbar riBht* were !1,’olU ,w ,aP*e
and Treasurer Moore at which ad
.ve«™ hrt,‘ P*"*od «>»“ ,he old
dresses were made by those geotit- survey was made,
men and other*.
Mining excitement has swung
A party consisting of W. E.
Guerin Jo.. J. G. Kelley and F. C.
Rowlee were in Piineville Thurs-
day to attend n republican rally ar.
which Mr. Gusrin was the princi-
pal speiikcr o f the eveaing.
fleoi York Gasi) Store. I
T radc M a r k s
D e s ig n s
THli M:SSES STKNBKHO ami B\N!»U;, Propn.
M I L L I N E R Y , D R Y GOODS, SH OES, Etc.
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
®*'M,,|d to the weit-rn part of tie
A n y o n e s e n d in g a s k e tc h a n d d e s c r ip tio n m a y
New stock of dry jfooil** uriti noi in?** i,mv i ì stock.
t‘° ,titv. and quit« a number of cin- q i n u v i e c k n l t y i o n u s is c e p r f r i o i i n b a o b u l y r p o a p t i e n n i o t a n b le f r e . e C w o h m e m t h u e n r ic a a n
t i o n s s t r i c t l y c o n f i d e n t i a l . H ANDB O O K o n r a t e n t «
AH Kinds of Sowlnp an i Drost
nabar claims are b r iig located up s e n t f r e e . O ld e s t a s ro n c y f o r s e c u r l n t f p a t e n t a .
Patent« taken throuKti Mutin &, Co. reçoive
D ESCH UTES
O REG O N .
his Oohoen rive-. Dr. Rosenberg, special notice, without charge, in the
of Piineville, has some of the
A h i n d r o m e l y i l l n s t r a t e d w e e k ly . I . n r p e n t c l r -
quicksilver taken from ore found
c u l a t i o n o f a n y s c io n t t U c j u u n i a ! . T e r m « . | : i a
y e a r : f o u r m o n t h « , * i . S o ld b y a l l n e w s d e a le r « .
in that vicinity, and a Portland
F A R E W E L L »
B E N D
S A L O O N .
A party of Prineville visitors
& Co.36,Broadwa' New York
man slated in ti e Evening Tele [RINN
B r a n c h O ffic e . f *26 F S t . , W f - s h i n g t o n , D . C .
s ì . v i : k t i'p.nixr;, Prop.
cam«- o v e r Sunday -to visit and
gram that the p< nap« ts ) » that
tak e in i ! im foil! game. The i>a-ty
T h e c l i o i c e s t b r a n d s o í ' I h n * ! ’, W i n e s , L i t p i o r s
d s.-ict are very flattering.
cenMMe.l of Ridge Draper, Harry
an d C ig a r s a lw a y s on h an d .
Esping. Harry and Warren Smith,
O u r F i r s : CJa'l C a m e .
Wmrtoi Crooks, Oran Brine, L. N.
The PrinvVI.le '\i»-ebill teem
IIE A D Q U A U T M K S FOR TO l RISTS A M ) T iM R E R M K N
Liggett mid Prince Glaze.
took tlin local t«iiiu in tow lat-1
N e ar Ppstoflice.
I i E L I G F I T F U L ROUTE
Sunday at the baseball grounds.
from Prineville came out to wit
The game was the first of tbe i d -
I I I Z Z Y CK •
ness the ball game last Sundav.
T 'R IP L E T T ,
son .and two bad isinings lost the
The party consisted of the follow*
day for the locals. The game was
Misses Iva Booth. cj,ar>cterjxe(j by lucky bitting on
A G o ld e n O p p o r t u n it y
All kind* of «ligón work done in first clan slitpe; i-hort notice jobs ;i «(ccirtltv.
Nelue Dav Georgia Hodges. Maud the psrt of |h„ Tieito„ , and several
Vanderpool, r * v J Hodges.
O p p o s ite s c h o o ih o u s c ,
CZN.D. O R D C O N .
See Nature, iu all her glor
Prineville rooters admitted___
that _ in
Sharp, Berua Poindexter and Mrs. . . .
ious beauty, and then the
_ t r ,
the next game our team is likeli r
acme of man’s handiwork.
to come out in the lead.
The first is found along
Governor Chamberlain, accoai-
Our team has dose better work
DICK VANDRVF.ItT, PROP.
the line of the D kxvkr it
partied by Treasurer Moore and in practice than it did in the
Carries l . S. Mail, express and passengers through in two d iv*. Takes
Rio G r a m i e R a il r o a d ,
Secretary D.tnbar, left fo>v Salem game, and the team work will be
you through tho picturesque De-chutes Valley and t h e great
the latter at the St. Louis
on Monday, i he gentlemen cane improved by the contest.
yellow pine timber belt.
World’s Fair. Your trip
in by way of Forests, hut went to I'riaeville team had the benefit of
KX P R E SS A M I UA.SSK.VCERS W A Y D M .L U I » A T I . » - lit: Yf - I - l o t H< K.
will he one of pleasure—
Prinerille on tb“ ir return. They the team work of last year while
L. A. B O O T H P r rievlll« A , *..t
. make the most ef it. For
were accompanied by a reprecen- the local nine has a large number
information and illustrat
tatire of the Oregonian who is giv- of new players.
ed literature write
ing the country a:; extensive write-, team was .\tcompf.r.ied by a gcod- W . C . M c B r id e , G e n . A c t.
ly number of rooters, who vied
BLflCKSJiftlTHING fifll) HORSESHOEING.
PRINEV 1 LLE-SILVER LAKE STAGE LINE.
T h e E c h o is H e iia