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DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, ORECON, JUNE 2:., UNII.
m aking short etopn t principal
enroute. The first of tln se ■ W W W W W J f T T S I W W W W v*
In answer to a correspondent in
I.A K EV IEW , OREGON.
the Oregonian, the D. I. & P. Co. excursions will leave Portland
7th, and tiie second June
Will i riu tiro I > ft ’ 111' til" Court* n( the give the following succinct state- June
Stai»* a n i before the U. •. Land Ottirc.
17th. The rate from Deschutes
Bee. torresimmicmi "licitcil.
wjll lie #112 50 to St. Louis and re
turn. E xcursionists going via the
DR. W . W . T A C C A R T ,
mitted to you by A. Keishaw, of Denver & Rio Grande have the
E Y E S P E C I A L I S T . Columbia Falls, Mont., in a coui* privilege of returning via a differ
W ill give you bargains
ent route. This is tbt- most pleas
on groceries at his store.
P o in d e x te r Ilote
l'ri ne ville, Oregon
we beg to say that the Deschutes ant way, as well as the most, de
All business done on a
lightful route, to cross the conti
m . r . c ic c s .
.. a lien upon all lands in its segre- nent. The stops arranged give an
A complete stock on
Attorney at Law and notary. gtttion covering the C08t in pUcitlg opportunity of visiting the various
hand, and more on tho
Main Street, Prineville, Oreg-on.
water through its canals on each points of interest in and about
w ay from Shanikc.
oaee «n utreet leaiiinK to court itmi»e.
40 acre tract and am ounting to an j
For 1 in- • ny one of these excursions write at
W . H. ST A ATS, Prop.,
H. P. BELKNAP
Cl!AS. S. EDWARDS average
a n acre.
belknap a env.'AROS
m ent Com pany’* segregation, now once to \V. C. McBride, 121 Third
P h y s i c i a n a a n d S u r g e o n s owned by this cornea ay, consists street. Portland, for sleeping car
p r in e v il l e , OREGON.
0f 34,700 acres, for which they are reservations.
Ofllc« in Adamson A Winnek Co’s. Dru? Store to receive from settlers #847,000.
S c h o o l El ect i on.
The «tate land board then appor
The annual school election was
B. M A T T H E W S , tions the total am ount ef said lien
ATTOR NEY-AT-LAW .
at tho schoolhouse on June
W ill practice before tin* United States Supreme
The meeting was a large
Court, the Court of Claims, all the Depart
ments, and Committees of Congress.
Special attention given to contested and ex- standpoint. T h ’s is the cost as es ore, crowding the schoolhouse.
p arte eeses under the Timber and Stone. Home
Stanborough was elected
stead. lownsite. and mineral laws. » ases be tim ated by state engineer and the Chas.
fore Congress, mail route contracts, and pat
engineers for the irrigation com clerk and A. L. Gaodwillie was
ents for inventions.
M rs. C. E . M c D o w e ll, P r o p .
Offices: Bond Building,
elected director. A vote was
W A S H IN G T O N . D. C .
A schedule showing the a'ppor- taken on the question nf whether On your way to Deschutes a ml Silver Lake you will want
the schoolhouse m ight be used for
t io n m o n t fo llo w s
to stop at a good hotel while in Prineville.
H. W . R EE D ,
political and religious purposes
Trice fur acres iu
Price or and such use was favored by the
K r o b E L r y IP u /lo lic acres
40 acres 40-a. tract
40 acres. ‘
The PRIXEYILLK has the reputation of being the best; ask
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... $302.00 ! meeting.
Draws up deeds, mortgages, etc , and
executes all kinds ol legal documents
your friends if it isn't.
. . 190.00 nounced
to the meeting th at a
with care and precision.
.................... . . . 430.00
... . 120.00
3G0.UO c .............
... 100.00 deed of the school property had
When the am ount of this lien is been made and delivered to the Fine Ro om s and Beds.
C uisine U nex celled.
paid the purchaser secures a per- district. As we have said cn
i petual water right and the release several different, occasions this
of the lien held by this com pany aehoolhAus« sta-iic.s cn !„.,d h.-.vir.g |
on his particular tract of land.
an involved title—two-fifths being ♦ O Y S T E R H O U S E O 'I A M M J D 'E I LUNCH
The state land board will, upon owned by infant heirs. In Oregon X
I). O. ROGER?, PROP.
l presentation of the release of lien, the real property of infant heirs
Fresh E a s t
issue a deed direct to the pur- j cannot be sold sxaept on «showing
-A T -
S t y le .
ALL BAKERY GOODS KEPT CON
to the court th at no personal prop
STANTLY ON HAND.
M f f t ls o f All K i n d »
In addition to the lien already j erty exists for the support of the
pen a t A ll H our
S e r v e d t o O rd er.
D ay a n d Niff ht.
mentioned there is a perpetual lien minors. In this case there was
M i l l e r Building, Prineville, Ore gon .
j of #1 per year per acre oa irrigable plenty of money on hand for the
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land. By this I mean that if a im m ediate use of the minor heirs,
certain 40-acre tract contains 40 nevertheless, a sale was made. At
M li.L o
acres of irrigable land, a lien of a later time an action was brought
i #40 per year attaches, and if a 40 i to bar the title of such heirs and a
S l l I l ^ l t S acre truct contains 25 irrigable decree was granted so barring
Lytle’s Leading Grocery Store is being stocked to its full
! acres a lien of #25 per year at them . For all that the low does
and the people of this com m unity will find it
taches. The lien is for the pur-1 not perm it anything to he done by
much to heir advantage to trade there.
pose of m aintaining the canals, indirection whish is directly pro
Humes, ditches and laterals, and hibited by statute.
In conse Mo. 6 B ro a d w a y .
Lytle, Ore go n .
also to regulate the distribution of quence the minor heirs yet m ain
water and to m aintain, its purity tain the right when coming of age 9999 - 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999*9999999 9
for the benefit of the settlers under to rescind the sale and return the 9
tho ditch. This is the m inim um am ount received therefrom and
charged by any irrigation com- claim their share. They may not
for the student and the writer, pany so far as I know,
do this but may affirm the sale.
as an authoritative reference book The com pany has no control It rests, however, entirely with
One of the Best Appointed Buffets at the County Seat.
for schools, teachers, families, whatever over the land after its: them and the title is questionable
business and professional men, original lien ii paid, and the man- until they have reached their m a 9 C H O I C E S T B R A N D S O F L I Q U O R S A N D C I G A R S A I A V A Y S IN S T O C K ♦
there is one book which offers ner of distributing water through, jority and confirmed the sale. 9 9 *>+ 999 + 99 * 99999999999999 * 999*99999999999999999999999 9 9
tuperior advantages in the solid in canals and laterals is subject to This is a title th at very few school
A d v e r t is e d L e t t e r L ist.
•value of its information, and the the control of the state land beard, districts care to accept. Im prove are made, but the edge is off the
The following letters remained
case with w hich it is obtained. th i« com pany rim ply carrying out m ent made on the land of other market.
for at the Deschutes post-
One’s admiration for Webster’s it* instructions.
persons usually accrue to the bene
International Dictionary increases T rusting that this will m aks fit of the owner of the land except tightening up of the past few
Mabr, Miss Grace Merrill,
daily as it comes to be better clsar the poiuts mentioned by that in some states a special months has been rapid. It was N. J. B. S. Reynolds,
W. R ichard
known. It never refuses the infor- your correspondent, we are, very statute provides th at a person ; recently th at tbo W eyerhauser son, John Kaglin, C. Charles
J. W il
mation sought and it never over- lespsctfnlly your»,
m aking im provem ents on land
‘whelms one with a mass of mis- Tl ¡s<
1 held under color of
title m a y Tim ber Company decided to build taGon, Karl Griggs. Wm. Clenden-
information illogically arranged. C
eounterclaim for the improvements a large sawmill at some point on ing, Mrs. M. O. Clingan, C. W.
in a suit for possession. Even in the Columbia river, now that it is E m as, Albert I. Frye, C. C. Carr.
Tire S t.«lam es C fnzetteof London.
K. I . Guerin,
Parties calling for any of the
England, says: For the teacher, the pu-
Secretary and Treasurer.
such states the im proveineats abandoned. The company even above
pit, the student and the litterateur, their
letters will please mention
m ust bo made by the claim ant
is nothing better; it covers everything.
the fact th at they are on the adver
The New and Knlaiyed Tylitfnn recentljr Is S p e c i a l E x c u r s i o n to t h e W o r l d ’ s without knowledge that his title
over area north of the Columbia. tised list.
sued ha« 2V<<) new words and phrase*, a com
W. II. B
, Postm aster.
pletely revised Iliogrupliitul D ictionary and
<5azetteet of the W orld, 'SHHJ panes and iilU
The Denver <Sr Rio G rands, in
stated that it would be better to C. K. Lytle, gensrel passeeger
for such recovery.
allow the burnt tim ber to stand agent of the Colum bia Soother*,
Our name is on the title-i»air^ r»f all the
cific, will run a series of Personal
Huthentif d.otinnaries o f the W ebster .-«eries
and deteriorate than to throw tho was s visiter here last Saturday
E d g e is O f f T i m b e r M a r k e t.
ly Conducted Excursions to the
L E T U S S E N D YO U F R E E
logs en the present m arket. When and looked ever tho im provem ent*
- a lest ia Pronunciation” whiiL aiT .ni. a | W orld's F air during June. These In keeping with tho general as stroeg a com pany as this halts th
at are being m ade in this vicin
len t. Illustrated pamphlet akornw. * excursions Will run through to St. ! trend of trade, the dem and for tim it is time fer »mall craft to aeek ity. He wea accom panied by A.
«.sc.wiiRKiAMCO.,Putw.-»r >ufip .¡, m . i - s . 1 Louis without change of cars, ber land is light. A few transfers still waters.—Tacoma Lum berm an. C. Suafertf, of Shaniko.
C o n cern n g W ater R ig h ts.
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