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DESCHUTES, CROOK C O UN TY, OREGON, .JUNE II, 100 J.
VOL. I I I .
C. H. D A L R V M P L E ,
A tto rn e y and
A b stra cter
I. A R E V IE W , OREGON.
Will j.ractire before all the Court« of the
State and before the U. i. Land Office-
Office In D*ly Block, next door to U. R Lend
Office. Correspondence solicited.
DR. W . W . T A G G A R T ,
S P E C IA L IS T .
M. r . sices,
Attorney at Law and notary.
M ain Streat, P rinevllle, O regon.
Office on street leading to Court House.
M ATTHEW S,
Will practice before the United States Supreme
Court, the Court oi Claims, all the Depart
ments. and Committees of Congress.
Special attention given to CQ-U ^ *na ox-
parte ceses under the Timber and Stone. Home
stead, Towusite, and mineral laws. -Cases be
fore Congress, mail route contracts, and pat
ents for inventions.
Offices: Bond Building,
W A S H I N G T O N . D. C.
T h e Governor’ s Opinions.
Governor Chamberlain made the making short etope at principal
following statements to the Oregon points enroute.
1 he first of these
“ I believe that three years from
itow at least 150,000 acres of desert
land will be under actual cultiva
tion, and there is a possibility of
irrigating at lea9t 300,000 acres
mòre wtth water taken from the
ent route. This is the most pleas-,
“ All these lands will raise at ant way, as well as the o;o»t de
least two crops of alfalfa every lightful route, to cross the conti
season. Alfalfa forms the most nent. The stops arranged give an
profitable crop ; besides, all the opportunity of visiting the various
cereals will grow on this irrigated points of interest iu and about
land. It will cost the settler prices i
Lake City, Denver and Kan-
not much in excess of $10 per ifls Lity. If you wish to accoinpa-
aere, with an actual charge of $1 nT on# ol™ ^ etfw excursion* write at
per acre for water.
once to \V . C. McBri te, 121 Third
“If results in Oregon are to be •troet-, Portland, tor sleeping car
measured by those obtained in ieservatixns.
Idaho, it is safe to predict that;
Bettor Mail 'Service,
within a few years these lands will
enhance in value from $75 to $100;
An assistant superintendent of
railway mail service is mnk-
CHAS. 8. EDWAKÇ8
H. P. BELKNAP
trip through Central Oregon
P h y s i c i a n s a n d S u r g e o n s j poets are brighter than those of lor the purpose of improving the
P R IN E V IL L E , O R E G O N ,
“ The warehouses at Shaniko are Paisley, to the effect that a pasren-
Office in Adamson & Winuek Co's. Drug Store
packed with goods for points south ger could make the. trip ar.d beat
of there— namely— Bend, Brine- the mail into tljat place bv a
H. W . R E E D ,
ville, Lytle and Deschutes— and it couple of days, are being looked
2 s r o t ,a .r y
H P u ito lio is said that the Columbia Southern into in order to ¡find a remedy,
Draws up deeds, mortgages, etc., and
railway is doing an immense and Paisluy has been getting its mail
executes all kinds of legal documents
with care ami precision.
profitable freight business. This from the south, but the postal do-
road now has surveyors in the j partment ^hss found that the
field, and it is possible that the Shaniko-Silver Lake service is bet-
road will be extended.
: ter than the southern service, nl-
“ Steps should be taken by the 'bough only tri-*?ekly and daily
business men of Portland to furth- paper mail is now runted over thin
er this enterprise, for it would in- line to that place. It this experi-
sure the purchase of supplies from ment proves satisfactory we ought
FOR S A LE
this place as a distributing point, j to soon obtain a daily mail, as tbe
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The work of both the Deschutes amount is likely to become too
i Irrigation & Power company and heavy tor tri-weekly transporta-
; the Three Sisters Irrigation com-1 tion.
pany has progressed far m o r e ; --------- - — *--------- j
; rapidly than the board had any
It WHI Bo to Y o u r Interest.
Gilè & Turner
j St. Louis Exposition, to secure re-
W . H . S T A A T S , Prep .,
Deschutes, • - - Oresfon.
Mrs. C. E. McD : ¿11, Frop.
On your way to Deschutes and Silver Lake you will want
to stop at a good hotel while in Frineville.
The PRINEVILLE lias the reputation of being the best; ask
your friends if it isn’t.
F ine R o o m s and B e d s .
o ’j s n s i i - i
H O U S E AIMD L U N C H
I). O. ROGERS!, PROP.
F re s h E a s t
O pen at A ll H ou r
D a y und Nu?lit.
B A K E R Y GOODS K E P T
S T A N T L Y ON H A N D .
M e a ls
o f A ll K in d s
Gorvcíd to Oro or.
P ri n e v i l l e , O r e g o n .
Müles’ B u i ld in g ,
information as to railroad
service, the lowest rates and the
outes. Also as to local con-
ditions in St. Louis ; hotel*, etc.
write the under-
signed, stating what information
y ° u desire, the *ame will be
ÌS ^ T O î ^ F
l i a hi
U t i l e S i Oregon gave her normal republi-
‘ can majority. Except in the first,!
¡congressional district there was
little campaigning done except tbe
made by tbe local candi-
dates. Hermann in the fir*=t din-
i_____________ promptly furnished.
I f we do nut
trict was forced »o
have it on hand, will seeure it for
and received a good majority. you if possible, and without any
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j Veatch, his opponent, may be said expense to you. Address
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B. H. T r u m b u l l .
i tit W
AÍÍ3 LliLAF.CED C2ÎTÎDK CF|!to have made a negative campaign.
Commercial Agent, 142 Third
n m 1 He dwelt too much on his rival’s
h Î.Ï i S
faults instead ot’ .niaking an affirm Street, Portland, Orego^
ative showing for himself and his
Advertised L etter List.
Exu*l5 In Vocafiiilary. 11 is the m wt useful
c , 1 .. ;..a, j.al.uiuusly sclecteil to j party.
M« . ortript ions of t.-oiKl usiuru, luui tu
Tbe following letters remained
gets an unprecedented majority,
• u v . lv -': -.o’.-i rib'otei'micoliVIcs.
uncalled for at the Deschutes post-
£xt-?3 H Arransoustrl. Uadi word bo-
which establishes his standing as
m a n lo . i :-rect alphabetical
■j |>! ici> anil is readily can -at by the eye.
In otfice :
Excel* ia Ltyrr.olojiea. These are com-
J. S. Mabr, Miss Grace Merrill,
pic.e and - .vitilic, u <i embody the lK.«*t
county matters there ia hardly a
resiiMfofphiioinrry. They nre not scrimped
B’ K *yn° lds. c - W. Richard
I u-.- crowded Into obeeuro places.
county in the state which
Excels lit Pronunciation which is indicated
son, John Kaglin, Charles J. Wil
a straight ticket of either party.
Ii, i—si>clt:iii£ wuu li.e d.aeritleally marked
l. 'tei-» used in tlie sohex Ibooks. the sownds
Both parties slashed aril traded, i ,0" ’ StePhfin Waite, John B. Gus-
of which are Jaurtht In the public schools.
B Excel* ia Definitions. They aro clear,
Crook county the democrats u f ' on’ Karl G " W ' W m ’ CJend« n-
Hte: a*, vet emapletf, and ore (riven in the
Goilier in whh'h the word has acquired its
l o s t t h e offices of county judge and
Mrs. M. O. Clingati, C. W.
shades of r aaninir. .Many of the defi
W i l l g iv e y o u b a r g a in s
on g ro c eries at h is store.
A l l b u s in e s s d e n e on a
c a sh b a sis.
A con ipiete stock on
h an d , a n d m o re on the
w a y fro m S h an ik o .
I f you -contemplate visiting the
M IL L .
L Y T L E , OREGON.
Lytle’s Leading Grocery Store is being stocked to its full
capacity, and the people ef this community will find it
much to heir advantage to trade there.
L y tl e ,
nitions are illustrated.
Excels in its Appendix which ia a packed
storehouse o f m e .e l knowledge.
E icelaactiW orkinj D ictionary. Noothcr
book enilxtdiessotuu. it usetul information,
is so valuable an* convenient for consul
tation, or bo indispensable in tbe home,
study, sehooi, or oOeC.
The International has 2380 quarto
pages with 5000 illustrations. 25,000
new words and phrases have recently
been added and the G azetteer o f the
W orld and Biographical Dictionary
have been completely revised under
the supervision o f W . T. Harris,
P h .D ., L L .D ., U . S. Commissioner
L E T U8 S E N D Y O U F R E E
“ A Tar*, in Pr— unrlatioc - which affords a
plewaant and lurtruetive-evcoins's «ntcr-
tainmeat. lUuauated pampbtet also free.
Q. & C. MERR!AM CO, w*ut»i»i.
Cliani|i Smith’s teptimi
P r i n e v ille
O re g o n
One of the Best Appointed Buffets at the County Seat.
C H O IC E S T B R A N D S O P
L IQ U O R S
siticn « f treasurer.
was beaten for county superin
tendent o f schools by C. B. Din
widdle. T. II. Lnfollette is elec
ted assessor and Stearns wins the
place of county commissioner.
W. A Booth carried Crook county
I treasurer and gained the «ffic. oL Ema" ’ Alb*rt L ^
C’ C ’ Carr’ hy a large majority 4>ut could not
s.perintendent of schools. There. P a rt»«« calling for any of the overcome the Laycoek majorities
i above letter»* will plea«e mention
has been very little campaign ex- the fact t|]at they are 0Il th<3 adver. in other counties. J. H. Crooks
citement anywhere, and the vote ; Used list.
wae elected coroner and Graves
W. H. S t a a t s , Postmaster.
cast in tbe state falls much short
wins out as surveyor. J. N. Wil-
of the total registration.
liamson ran ahead of his ticket in
E le c tio n R e s u lts .
nearly every county in his district
'S p o e t a i E x c u rs io n to th e W orld’ s
In the county election C. Sam and will have a majority of more
F a ir.
Smith carried the county by three 1 than 13,000. W. L. Bradshaw is
The Denver dr Rio Grande, in votes over Frank Elkini. J. J . , elected distriot judge by a good
connection with the Missouri Pa- Smith had the largest majority in majority and Frank Mcaefee is
cific, will run a series of Personal- tbe county except Williamsen, elected district attorney,
ly Qondusted Excursion* to the1 who received a majority of nearly ,
D o n ’f C o t o S t. Lew is
World's Fair during June. Those 500. W. A. Bell is olsotad county ,
excursions will run through to 8t. judge, and Otto Gray gets tbe po- ‘Till you «all I t or write to the
A N D C IG A R S A L W A Y S IN
Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul
Railroad. Office 134 Third Street,
Portland, Oregon. Low rates to
all poiats East, in connection with
H. S. R o b ,
I. II. Taffe, who has been delay-
ing the construction of the Celilo
canal by refueing a right-of-way to
tbe state, may find himself a loser
if an opinion of Attorney General
Knox is correct.
The land in
questmen lies between the high wa-
ter and low water marks of the
Columbia, and it ia claimed that
the gavsrnmeat can use it for thft
improTsmoat of nayigation with*