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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1904)
hz HQadras Pioneer.
Published every Thursday by
THE PIONfiUtt PUBLISHING CO.
TiMOTit.r llKOWtfinia., Mot.
SUD30RIPTION RATES !
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AIVE1lTIStXa I5A.TKS OX Ari'MCATlOJT.'
Application lias lioOn niado-through tho
Postoriled'at jrhriw. Orcfffln.'for'" entry to
1 ". S. malls as second olass , matter..
tho right to complete and -perfect
the title to their jpVe
emptions or-ho in e s ten ds."
There is also a provision made
for this in all final proofs
wherein the blanks read "that
no part of said land has been
alienated except ns provided in
Station 2.2SS of the Revised
Statutes, U. S.," etc The above
section' was intended to en
courage and permit rapid trans
porfalipu across the country.
Without it wo are a back-
TilUKSDAY OCTOBER p, liiQI woods people and are looked J apoIj( your ,uno. vaste no time in of ft"J Wnd
Imj tho past suiumor some, of our
'police iinvo followed tlio lllWor miles,
tind they also culled the attention or
the sheep, herders to tho llilp, so thoro
was no excuse for Mr. WnkerliR tres
passing on the Keaervulion. AYo In
dlutisnro glad to have Superintendent
Kirk protect our Bcservatlon.fiom tlio
trespass of white men, and hopo he
wlil continue until they ' learn not to
Iu conclusion, sou, If you wish to
wrlto for tho papers, let me aijviso you
to spend your spare tltuo In study.
Burn tho midnight oil, that you may I
When j;ejidy-,for see(llny,our . t .r , . ' L. '' S
which bns proven to ho tho
bust on the marled.. Write
prove youraulf, not o-.ily in the Use for catalogue mid prlc'o If In SfL
nur language, but in jour own ver-1 u, ,nnru0t for Implements jb&Wt
jular as well. Especially learn to- . . 3P4?'tjfrS
upon as such by the outside jidlo'dreaim of hat you will do; when j
world. With rapid transporta-, yu get to, no inmr.ii Agcni, oui con
fii,B ni u., nr(. ,!Ut yourself with your present ocou
1 nuflrin. ilimn-h it iimv Mm to von to
SEXTON & WALTHER, mm
"We have within our reaoh the a position to grow and compete
opportunity of receiving next' with our neighbors. We must
toa railroad that which will i ho iwnlrp tn mir needs, and we
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give us the safest and most con-hnust not let this opportunity i',.", ,dS?i i
voincut ituu piCJibfiiiL wity iu j gup oi. Dlingmg uuaiuuaa iu uui
be benouth your ability Soinay you COXTEST NOTICE.
advance qntlt yon are rfuulllled to 11 II I DEPARTMENT OF THE JNTEBIOK. I
tii!niace to which vou asniro as mvl Vimed State Land Office
reach the great centers of in-dnsttjv-The
!N:o good thing, however, is at
tained without some sacrifice,
, and we certainly can not expect
to receive the necessities and
comforts of an up-to date town
unless ."we assist thedift;erent
enterprises,, looking to that end.
For an automobile, as for a
railroad, to insure its successful
operation, there must be an
"There is a tide in the affairs of men,
Which, taken at the Hood, Igads on- to
Om'.ttrd all the voyage ot their life
Is bound in shallows and In miseries;.
And we mint take the current ' when It
Or lose our venture."
'"Tis never offered twice; seize, then, the
When fortune seniles, and duty points the
Nor shrink aside to 'scape tho spectre fear,
Nor pause, though pleasure beckon from
lipr hnivpr? ' u
-.1 ll. A . .1 .1. ) . M
uusuiuio utiti CO Uie llgut OlrUut bravely bear theo onward to the
way- Business demands this
and it should be met by our
and then will rest iu
Now i3 our opportunity.,"'
Wu can afford to.give j Shall we grjsp it and retain
anything financial and other
material assistance that tends
to increase the value of prop
erty along its route. This the
Automobile Jine is bound to do.
On all sides we hear you can't
make it a success, To all such
we would say that the juto
is a grand successt both
as passenger and freight car
riers, in all. our largo cities.
Then wliy not here? In any
event as long as we are no cash
outrwe can easily afford to give
it a -trial by granting, to it the
that which has been offered?
Or like other towns that have
been offered opporiuiiitiea of a
like kind, spurn tkehi all
and sink into oblivion' Dear
reader, the question is before
you for an answer. Ponder
well before rejecting the matter
GO. TO THE
MADRAS DRUG STORE
Druggists' Sundries, and
A CompTcls Line of
Stationery, Jewelry, Etc.,
Al. E. SNOOK, Proprietor.
Efts'. Side Main Street, Majlrts, Oregon
IW2, for 5W nniirter SEMinarler.
'Quarter SW quarter; Sec. 7, and the N
Mnnnter NK quarter, 2s"E quarter N
duartcr. Sec. li. TowiiMdit 10 S.. Ka
Tho Dalles, Ore., August qo, 1901.
A sufficient contest anidaVIt having been
flh.il Id' IliU n(V liv fl T. Piivtim nC
Oregon City, Oregon, contestant, against1!
jionicsieau entry o. iu,4io.iunuu renriiary
IIL'O 1 1
H.. W. M. by John John's .u. cuittvlei. In
' which it is alleccd that tho said John
Johnson lias wholly abandoned said tract:
..that he has changed Ills resilience tlicn-j
from for more than si mouths last past; ,
4 that said tract not settled upon mid eel-1
tlvated by said party as required by law
I that said party I as never, established resl. t
1 deuce upon said tract; that he has built no
i house nor mnde nnv ininrovMneiits ujlon I
tno land ana tinu sitcli ialitires on tlio pan ;
,of tlio contestee arc not due to service In
the. army, navy or marine corps of the i
ynlted States; said parties are hereby ,
notified to appear, respond and offer evi
dence touchlm: said aili'Ksition at lucVlork 1
a. m. on Octuher .11. 1001. before I). V Ru.
i V. S. f'ointuRMoia-r.,wlio U nnttmrlzed to
J take the le.: uirni) tu the case at his office J
at imiras. iHft'oii. on the noove nmc, ana i
that linnl ln'aiin',' will be held at 11) o'clock I
n. in. on Xfveinlier U KOI. lM!ore tlie 1
; Ueslster ami IVivner at tiif L tilted States
iLantt Oll'.ce in The lM!'c. Ore. . i
I lie said ciuiti'staul bavins. In n proper
AVarmsprinp, Ore.. Sept. 25.
Jly Dear Sou, Tecumsy, Jr.:
Alus, how shattered are nlj my
hope?, "When I read your former
ultfvfla mi on n mtr titi.irl un'tillnfl ti.ttli
necessary Tight of way, with the ' pritle to think that a child of mine, a
descendant of the noble red man, had
attained the 'honor of being corre
spondent of u newspaper, but all such
fond reflections wee dispersed by your'
last cfl'ort, which shows that you are
liis land if he signs a deed of
right of way across his place
for railroad or transportation
purposes. To all such we would
cite Section 2,28s of the Revised
Statutes of the U. S., which re
cites: "Any person who has
already settled or hereafter may
fiettle on the public lauds, either
t by pre-emption or by virtue of
the omeotead law or any
amendments thereto, s li a i l
5IAVE THE EIGHT TO THANSFER,
"by warranty against his own
acts, any portion of his pre
emption or homestead for
church, cemetery or school
purposes and for the right of
Way of railroads across sucli
pre-emption or homestead, and
the transfer for such.public pur
poses ehall in no way- vitiate
usual reservation that when
said right of way shall cease to
"be used for its intended purpose
it shall immediately revert to
the priginal owner. -Again J'OU bailing under false colors, that you be'
vill hear that a homesteader i ,ous to tl,e Regenerate white race.
has UO right to and will forfeit wr, as you Lave shown some
i , . '-, "1. , . - - what of a desire to be adopted into my
family and tribe, T will take a father's
liberty and call yourattention to some
things in which you fail to measure up1
to an Indian's sense of right.
First, no Indian would ever use such
'pigeon English" as you did and call
it "fujin wawa," and until you under
stand our language let me advise you
never to attempt it again. If you
must quote Indian go to some of the
aborigines, and get them to give you
tlie proper rendering into our language.
Second, be careful of your state
ments. An Indian Miould speak the
truth not follow tho example of the
white man, and you are neat enough
to the Agency office that you might
have obtained from Superintendent
Kirk the facts about the west bound
ary line of the Reservation, instead of
makfirg the misstatement that ap
peared in your last communication.
This line is plainly marked by monu
ments of stone and blazed trees every
half mile; was so marked by Surveyor
MiQuinn when he surveyed It under
contract with the Government. Dur-
p. J. BtOOFS,.
Sis.th Street, Madras: Ore. "
nfjiilttVJt tiled Aiwust 20, lt01. set foitJ
nmona sor Prjvil, "pltl for tho treatment of nil medical and surgical dlscn.ct
niade.it is hereby otdt'red and directed I cscopt such as aro contagious. Patlonta may omploy their own Pliyalclau!
that such notice be given by duo and , .
proper puilkatioti. Training School for Nuracs Iu connection. Foe any Information cbuoornloe
the Pnme address ' Bra, FERGUSON & HEtJTEIt,
Long Distance Tel. No. 871. ' ' Tjie liaUca, Oregon.
Michael T. Xoi.ax.
FIRST QUALITY WORK
Svi-jS v n y s
w.Watfes VIaible and
Reserved for tlie t!gi ;
DescMtesIrrfeatioH&.PowCo i Granite Works
BEND, OREGON, M
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I THE DALLS5, -
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TheEtfw. G. Pease Co,
' " Ton will find a -greater variety,- a "better
" stoe.k and -lower prices than at any
other store in Eastern Oregon. Vrito
us for our wholesale price on a year's
-qupply. . . . .' .: .
Jos. T. Peters
We make a plat of any township in he.
Dallea Land District, corrected up to
date for 50, cent! cash or postage stamps, i
Hudson & Brownhill
Real Estate & Investment Company .
ESTABLISHED 24 VEAfl8
carries a general line cf Paints, Llmt'
Cement, Nails, llqrdware, Build
ers' Materials of all I.IihIh.
THE, DALLES, , Ore.
PRINZ & N1TSCHKE
Wholesale and Retail Dealers hi
FURNITURE and CARPETS
Matting, Rugs, Curtains, Shades, Bedding, Etc.
211-213 Seond St,,
The Most? Durable
Woor Pairtt Made.
Ton or J3acc fnof
BOLD ONLY BY
Li. iw. figt.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby Kiven that plans,
speclnVatltus and estimates for a Mrldgo
nnti anuunenis across willow Creek, on
county road at Madras, Crook county,
Oregon, will bo received by tho County
Court of Croofe county, Oregon, up to 10
o'clock a. ;n, October J5, 1001.
The Court reserves the right to roject
any and all plans or specifications
Dated this 10th day of September, 1001.
bun u, County Clerk,
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