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Elkifts (Si Kingj
J .PRINEVIUvE, OXULGON. '
WE WANT THE TRADE
Of everyone lit lioud niul it vicinity, nml arc willing to meet you all
more tliim lmlf way to get It.
We know that ufinr trndiug with um once there will bo no trouble
nbout Hearing your MibMxiucnt orders,
Wc will give your
' ' MAIL ORDERS
The uniiie uttcntlou and prompt Hhlpmont that wc would were you urea
cut In HjrM)ii. t
We will noil you nothing but firnt'Clnss goods, nt ns low a price aa'it Is
possible to make, quality being coiiHidorcd, J
Send Oh a trial order.
CLAIMS MSTIMAIl'.D AND SOLI)
KING, HUNTER. MARSH.
AND LAND LOCATORS.
Local Events of (he Week.
Mr. John IllriuloKliniuofCliicngo
visited in lloud Tor a couple of days
K. Bond whiskey l.i to be had at
the Honour Saloon, Sltnuiko, J. J.
Wflay. prOjrictor. A good grate
ful drink. ivfrmhinK. invigorating.
The Itccuplton Saloon, Shaniky,
offers the moat tempting induce
iiiunt$,to timber locators going into
the woods. The very best brands
tff whisk ies, such as Cyrus Noble,
Old 1'upper. Hunter Ihiltimoru Kyc
and other standard goods, always
to be lincl here. Call at the Recep
tion. Dr. It. 0. HytU otuiv through
Btuul Monday. Il had bwtn up to
Caldwell's ranch on Ihtuliim crtwk
to attend Guy Ketaw who has a
hariotm cam of muiillpox. The
Honrd of School Directors, follow
ing Dr. Hyde's suggestion, closed
the school until further danger
from eoutngion was past. At last
account Mr. Uuej was recovering.
KtiK)rtfl have reached us of
jwvurul new csson of smnllpox on
the stagu route from Prinevllle to
Shanlko. Three cm.sc at the II. S.
& I Co'm ranch at Hay creek and
two tain in Col. Smith's family at
' Klmrock Springs. It Is evident
thnt the smallpox hns come to
Itny for a while and the jxiople here
ounnot bo too careful in regard . to
' fumljpition, vaccination and jwople
' , with whom they associate. I't is
suld Unit the disease will die down
nS wprm weather approacho, and
until then wc cannot use too many
The muteor which "busted" di
rectly over Portland, Tacomn,
Sonttlo, Sitka and Nome a few days
ago. was evidently the explosion of
one of the numerous bunches of
"hot all-" which have emanated
from thlfi region since the smallpox
- took possession. It will relieve the
minds of some of the Oregonlau
people to know about this and now
we suggest that the Prinevllle
Review man get down his well
'thumbed Uucyclopwdia Ilritaunlca
and give us the history of ','hotalr"
from the year one, and also his own
particular remedy, even though
tills would beihoineans of closing
the Review office.
ELKINS 3b KING.
HSTIMATINfl A SPECIALTY
Mrs. Chas. Cottor has been ill for
u few days.
Wc are deeply indebted to Geo.
Schlvcht and Donald Stcffh, who
helped us out this week during the
brief illness of our Mr. Kennedy,
We would ccrtuinly have Iktcij up
against it and our subscribers would
have missed one copy if it had not
been for the kind assistance of these
Win. Cyiine Coc, a nephew of
Col. W, V. .Hiitchcr l?emocnitip
nominee for Congress last election
has been appointed naval cadet by
Congressman Williamson. This
was not the result of any nffectiou
lMitwuen Williamson and his de
feated rival, but the result of a
comtwlitivc examination in which
young Coe came out on tops
Last Saturday a meeting of the
electors of the Hand school district
was culled for the purpose of voting
a bonded indebtedness of $1200.
After the meeting was called to or
der a question in regard to previous
acts of the school board wus raised.
Words flew back and forth, and the
meeting finally broke up iif a gen
eral row, leaving the lxud question
still to be settled. ,
We learn of the doath of John
Cyrus, of Prinevllle, after u linger
iug ilhusMi of some time. Mr. Cy
rus was a member of a pioneer fam
ily here, ami was very well and fav
orably known in Crook county. He
contracted consumption some time
ago, and his death had been expec
ted for quite a while. Mr. Cyrus
leave a wife and child to mourn
his death, besides a very large cir
cle of ucquaiutuueeti and friends.
It is rumored outside that sev
eral cases of smallpox have ap
peared in ltcnd, Up to thu present
we have been very fortunate in that
the epidemic has passed us by. We
know of no actual cases of the real
thing in this vicinity) but there is
no telling when we are apt to have
a visitation. Kvery time anyone in
the neighbothood has the tooth
ache or a dark brown taste in his
mouth certain jwoplc take pleasure
in running about the country with
a long talc of the new case of small
pox in town. As yet we have had
no smallpox; but as soon as the
first case appears we will issue an
extra bulletin und notify all concerned.
Prof. Hampton's vaccTiiaiion'was
a grand success. ' He has ken laid
up for ti copp'le of days with an ex-'
cccdlngly sore arm, '
' Vhcii you arc :( Shaniko, re
member llic Pioneer 'Saloon is the
place to get fine liquors. The best
is none loo good for you, and we
disjxmsc the very bast.
Our foreman, Mn A. 11. Ken
nedy, has len titur the weather
for the past few days. He hks
been unable to attend to his work
and owing to the lack of time nh'd
also to the scarcity of coiiijwsitors
here wc are compelled to issue a
half sheet this week. Mr.
K'.'s Illness has turned out to be an
old-fashioned case of grip, with no
after results, and he. took charge of
his work again this mjmilng.
MissMnric Ware, the U.'S.'
commissioner at ISugcnc, who was
"allowed" to resign a short time
ugo and two of the other, three
commissioners who were recently
removed from office by Judge Bel
linger arc to be arraigned for jkt
jury, falsification of records, and
conspiracy, with numerous minor
charges in addition. Miss Ware
has skipped out aiiil ' cannot be
found at present. The other two
commissioners' Identity is not
known at this writing, but all this
goes to show that the paths of the
commissioners, although they seem
ed rosy enough, have at last shown
their thorns, and that the man who
holds an office under, Uncle ' Sam
cannot use too much care in his
Last Monday morning the bridge
across the Deschutes about a half
mile alxvc Hend -was seriously in
jured. Several large planks were
fractured and dislocated, but at last
reports the structure was doing well
and the river was flowing on as us
ual. It seems that Mr. Kim:, who
has charge of Uiclog-rolliug depart
ment of the Pilot Iluttc sawmill,
had taken his team and heavy log
trucks across the river to get some
timlKfTwhich was oil that side. He
evidently miscalculated 'llie "heft"
of his load, and on the way back
the wagon was too heavy or.d broke
through the bridge. Things looked
rather scaly for a time, but the out
fit was safely extricated without the
loss of a log, and m twenty min
utes the immense crowds that had
been held up by the accident wore
passing back and forth as though
nothing had happened and steam
boats were passing' through the
draw as usual.
Thursday's stage, going toward
Priucville, brought about two
weeks' mail, which the postmaster
at Silver Iake refused to bundle,
and dumped it off at the Deschutes
postofficc. This hiiilidmudod man
ner of bundling I'liele Sam's mail
is the uaiult of an order sent to the
Silver Lake pctmas"tor by Judge
Daly of I,ake county. The order
stated thut the Silver Lake oflicc
should handle 110 mail from Crook
county until all danger pf smallpox
whs over. We do upt know what
the postal resolutions, have to say
in this regard, but we are tiudor the
impression that the judge has gone
considerably but of his way in issu
ing this order, and that he is very
liable to get either himself or the
postmaster who obeyed his com
mands into serious trouble. If he
had issued a mandate ordering
proper and thorough fumigutiou ot
all mails coming in frqtn the north,
the postmaster might ' have taken
his demands as a timely suggestion
and followed them out. As it is, a
groat deal of trouble is being caused
people here who have business cor
respondence with pqiuts south, to
say nothing of the 'inconvenience
caused the Silver I.Uke people by
this silly order from a timorous
county official. Wetriist that the
postal InsiK-ctors willfvc this mat
ter u full investigation",
Timber fiml, Act Jtme.j, i;. ,
. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Unllfri HLU-. Lirid Officr, ttit !!, titigon,
Aiirtl 11. im.
Nolle I. htttliy Klrrri Hint In d;iiiiHin- wllh
tl.f trWiin of li Act ufCungrtot of June i,
iMf. nil Kiwi. "An
jt, entitled, "An netfortlieMleof Mmlxr
.. .!. .. .t ...!. ihIh ft. ami... ...
in llic .Intf. of Colllofnla, Dttaim, NrrmU, nml
1.1 IIIC VIH.W 111 VtMII'f. IIIH. UlTKHIIi .VTI1I., Mll.l
Wa.hlnvtnti territory." riirmlnl to all the
public Und stales iy net of Auguit , ifyj.
Jacob ti. Ouibtrg,
of Hl.teia. county of Crook. lte ot Otraon. hi.
mi Jiy 17, ivn. mm in mi outre in .worn
... -... .. . .- . n
tulrimiit Mo 17V. fur tlie (Mrd,.- of the n hf
w (jr ih! w lit ik or uec 18, tit 14 ., r 10 e, w in,
and will offer roor to .how 11m t thtUtvi toviiht
I. more r.lu.blr fir Hi tlmtier or .tone tlimi tor
IrtrFhHuriil ttHrfvn, M4 loeM.MMM lit.d.lm
iu mki iiiiu oeior e 1 J nmiin, tooniy Llcru, l
rrliiewlle, oiegon, 611 1'rkUy. tlie jltl.yof July
lJ. lie name. n. wllneow. Jo A (Jr.li.m
Hmiiuel Wll aii'l CIm UuilerK, of Water., Ore
Kin; and (Ml. Ito-lge. of I'rlncvttle, Oie icon.
fi'J bii. ihiwii. vMirmiirj nirviHij hit
nHrr lrKrtlnl Umllate irauHlnl la Ale tlielr
ctaim. Ill till, office oh or Ixfwe Hkl yt day of
aiyj MICIIAHf, T. NOI.AK. Keglater.
Tttntier IjihI, Aet June , 167ft.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V. H. Mud Office, The I.tle., Oregon,
April n, t?4j.
Nolle I. hereby clrrn lint In cum t,Ui liar with
the prorl.lon. of 1 lie Act of CenereM of June J.
1M7J. rntltlttl "Au aet for the aalc of IliiiUr
laiiu. Iu the .tate. of CallSonita, Oregon, Nevada
ana wiiniiton Terniory," a. eiuiiuro 10 ail
the public land date, by Act of Augu.t . ,t,tl,
the foUuwlHK-named Deraon. have filed In till.
ollice tlielr .worn .tateinenu, to-wlt
Cliarlra W Tliornlhwalle.
ofl.ewl.toii, county utUt l'eree, .tate of Idaho;
.worn .lateiueiit No , filed April 19, 1901, for
the purchase of the e hf ne qr aec
J9 auu w
11 w jr aec r), ip 1 .. r 11 c, w rn.
ChrUtlne 1. Thnrnlhwalte.
of '.frltton, county ot Nrx l'eree, .late of Idaho;
worn .laiemeni no r, men April n. ', lor
thepurcliaaeof the.w qr kc aa, tp lb a r II e,
Tint thev will offer proof to .how that the
land .ought It more valuable for It timber or
atont tlMti fur agricultural purpote, and to ec
tablUh their claim, to uld Und before, the Keg
Ixer and Uecelrer at The Dalle. Oregon, on
I'rlday, July 10, iy.
They name a wllnee. William Ktaal. and
J.iue II llaner. uf Jlcud, Oregon, Utll (.rant,
of The Dalle, Oregon, and Clirlitlnc 1. Thorn-
ihwaite ana cuarie w riiorntnwatte, ot iwi
Any ami alt tieraon. etalmlnr adrerMlv the
abuvc described land, arc resumed to flic their
claim, in 1I1I other on or before the a Id lath
day of July, IVJ
1 1-3 Mi
auiiiAiw. 1. .".UL.A.T, negi.ier.
Tlmtier luX, Act June j, ttfl.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V. S. Ind Office. The IHille. Oregon,
April 11. iyj.
Notice I. hereby glren ttvat In canpH.ttcc with
the proirtaieu. oflhe Art efCoagreu of June J.
ilija, entitled "An act for the ulc of limber
land In the .tate of California, Oregon, Nevada
and Washington Territory," . eatended to all
the public biwl date, by Act of Augutt 4, 1891.
the lolkKTiHg named ter. have tiled In thM
olfxe their .woru .tateinenu. to-wlt.
John J McGulgun,
cf The Dalle, rwunty of Wikw, .tate of Oregon;
worn .tateinent No , (lied April 14, lyM, for
he purchase of the neqrMC 9, tp la , r tec,
of The Italic., county of Wasco, ttatc of Oregon,
.worn statement No 141, died April. 7, l, for
he purchase oflheucqr aec 17, tp ij a, r 10 c,
of The Italic., county of Wasco, .tate of Oregon;
aworn .Uteruent No 140, filed April 3, iy, for
the purchase of the aw qr sec 17, tp 13 a, r 10 c.
That they will offer proof to .how thai die
land sought i more valuable for it. timber or
sIuhc than fcr agricultural iiuriw.-, and to es
tabtlah their daini. to said Und before the Keg.
(tier and Kecelrer at The Dalle., Oregon, ou
I'rtday, the loth day of July, loaj
They name . wllneaM Michael Connor,
John Iitos. I'rcderleV. W Smith. Peter McOui
iraii and John McOulgan, of The Dalle. Oregon,
and Jamr II. Ijine. of Minneapull., Minn
Any and all perxut. claiming adveraety the
auovc deacrllwd land, are reuulrd la file their
claim, in Ihw utkee on or lieforc theaakl Mthday
of July, KM.
ai-Jia MICIIAUI. T NOLAN. Regtater.
Timber Itud, Act June J. 187L
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V A. Und Office. The Dalle, Oregon,
April . 194).
Notice i hereb- given that In compliance with
lit provMtHi. erihe Act of Cungrc of June 3,
l7, entitled "An act for the ulc of timber
laud. Iu the .tale ofCallBf nla, Oregou, Nevada
and Washington Territory," a. extended to all
tbe public Uud .Ule by Act of AuguH 4, ity,
the (wHetvIng named peirsoa. have on March Jt,
tgm, tiled in tlit ochec their .woru .Utcuteut.,
I'raiik V. Ilusey,
of larnilngton. county of U'hHman, atatc of
Wa.hingtun, aworu atateuient No w6, for the
imriHascofthc neqrstv 14, tp 13 a, r M e, w m.
of Panuington, county of Whitman, alate of
WatbiHglon; .worn alatetHent No 4. for the
IHircttaseofllveseqrsac 14, tp3,f . u.
WtlUam H. Merarland.
of l'Mmlngton, cutmlj- of Whitman, stole of
Washington, sworn ktatctueM No aaa, for the
purchase of lite t qr sac 13, tp 13 . r m e. w m.
Krnest It. WalVer,
of I'armiHgtoH, county of Whilman. atatc of
Washington, aworu autcNwnt No nf, for Ike
purchase of these qr sec 11, tp 13, r lor, w In.
of I'arniiiigton, couuty of Whitman, atatc of
Waahiuglou, attoru HnirnxKi No 130. for the
purchase of the w qr sec 1$, tp 13 , r 10 , w m
That they will utrrr proof to show tint tlieland
souaht W more valuatue fur it limber or vtuue
tluu for agricultural purpu. aud to eatabtUh
their claim, to said Uud before the Register and
Hewiter at The 1)-H, Orsgou, ou Nturday,
Uli utlidH) of Ju'y. lyAJ.
They Itauie aa wiiihsm: Ait Wolfe, of Ita
louse Cilj , Wh; Tcwuta. Tweet, of Tltc Hulls,
Oicguu; nml l a Wa's.r, llruoe Kaowla, Win
h McfarlAiid. Joseph S Wallers, twit Walter, and
1' 1' llui.-y of lTarMilnklou, Wash.
Any aud all parsouji dalming advcnoly the
above ilescrilxtt land uto roquestevl to Sic their
claim iu thi oihcc 011 or Iwfure the said nth day
of July, lyuj.
uijio MICIIAUI. T. NOUAN, Kegitter.
Pilot Butte Inn
BUND'S FAMOUS HOSTELRY.
ovtu kit-av. ruor.
Klegant Rooms, and Tables sup
plied with nil the Delicacies of
Single Meals 50c.
Hay fox team one night - f i.oo
Grain for team one night - .75
Will practice In all
conrl In thr te.
M. R. .BIGGS;')
U. B. ComwU.loner.
I'IN1!V1M.I', . ORIJOOW.
Mnd filing, and proof, of til kind.. Office on
.treet leading to uninhoiiK.
MEN 1 TEAMS
TO WOUK ON TK
Steady work. Apply by.
letter to C. F, Smith, fore
man, Deschutes, Or.; or per
sonally at the camp on the
By May 1st we will have a
full line of Trout Rods and Cane
Poles, Fries, Lines, Leaders, Spoon
Hooks, etc, which wc will dispose
of at Prinevllle prices. Reserve
your purchases until you examine
At the Bulletin office.
A. H. KENNEDY
C. 12. McDowell.
Electric Lights Throughout the
AU White Help.
City Meat Market.
J. I. WltST. ITop.
A1EATS OF ALL KINDS
Nutter, Eggs, Poultry,
Potatoes, Vegetables in Season.
Opposite P. D. D. Co. 's Store, BEND
Tlmlxr Itnl, Aet June J. itfS.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. & t,u (ul Oftiec The Halle, Urroii.
April , ifoy
Nntlre U haitlu- civan that iiicowiUiaiice with
the prueitlott. ofihe Act of Congress of June J
utt, eulltlad. "AtusM far the aaleoT timber Unas
ill the state, of California, Clrcauo, NcniiU, oud
Vashiulo Territory," aa rxteaueU to all the
public luiul Ute Uy act uf August 4, .
ofIMvkUHi,cuiiu(y of fulV.. state of Miuiieoota.
ha on May 10, iom, flltil in this offlwr hU
aworu tatmiit No jo. for the imrehe yf the
eir iiwiraul toll 1 40ml 1, , tp iSs, r 11
e., w. 111 , Hmlwlll oil--r (irouTto vhow that the
land aoiig lit U more valuable lor it," timber r
stouc ihuu for aurioulturml imriKtsM. anJ to c
tahlUli his claim to aakl htivl before the Kej
isttr oud Keceiverof thM otfioe at The Dalles,
Orcjion, od I'rlday, the 1 Mh day Qf July, iwj
IK-names as wuuv4sf I. If. llaner utlieud,
Oreuou: Chas. hlaier. lloyd rf 4nriiat bikI K;ch
nrd I.. Caintxun, all of lloo Hirer, Oregon.
Any ami all pia eUtMlx; wtvenely th-
box- desoritietl lands arc reuetrn tu rile their
claim in ius oinci, an or oeiure me sa)u iuui
uay 01 juiy, iu
IAKI. T. NOUAN, UciiUtwr
m. r "i-Es