More Historic Crook County Content Now Online!

In partnership with the Crook County Historical Society Bowman Museum in Prineville, Oregon, the Oregon Digital Newspaper Program (ODNP) is proud to announce two additional Prineville titles that are now part of Historic Oregon Newspapers online:

Both papers provide a late 19th century perspective on Crook County and serve as precursors to the Prineville Crook County Journalwhich can also be found online from January 1901-July 1921.

Here are just a few fun clippings that can be found in these new additions:

Advertisement: Prineville Wagon and Blacksmith Shop at Swaileys old stand, C.L. Salomon Prop. All kinds of wagon work and blacksmithing done by experienced workmen. Horseshoeing a specialty. Old wagons and hacks and all kinds of old iron taken in exchange for work. All iron work done by as good a smith as there is in the country at related prices.

Ochoco review. (Prineville, Crook County, Or.) April 07, 1888, Image 6.


Prineville Review. Thursday January 29, 1903. Localettes. P.G. Milliron, of Crook, was in the city last Saturday. Archie McKinnon, of Price, made this office a pleasant call Saturday. Sheriff Smith left last Monday for Salem to hob-nob with our lawmakers for a time. Stock of all kinds continues to look fine and will come out in the spring in fine condition. Left on hand - fine overcoat also pantaloons, will sell cheap. Gormley, The Tailor.

Prineville review. (Prineville, Crook County, Or.) January 29, 1903, Image 3.


Drawing of horse race, with caption: "Five days of races. $1100 in purses. Under the management of the Prineville Jockey Club. Prineville Oregon. October 27,28,29,30,31."

Prineville review. (Prineville, Crook County, Or.) August 13, 1903, Image 1.


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