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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1905)
Xihc- IQadras IPionper.
i TEE AUESIOAlf BAPTIST HOME
I MISSION AET SGOIF.7Y. I
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TntbT.'tv UamrtfHictfMcr. ' i Wpst ,B,,or f"r h ev"P Hwtlnu uf
8UC3CRIPTIOM RATES :
One jcar... $1.50
SX nfthfllS l.t0
'fnree months...., 75
vnvKimfiixo hatkr ox application.
lintereJ s .catl class nmt.cr August
StfJHH. at tin- roMu'fice at Madras. Ore.,
Milder the Act of Congress of March 3,lfi7l.
..MAKCU 23. 1903
00UHTT SEAT ITEMS.
W. F. S:inn, of Lamontn, w:is
in town a few days this week
attending to buisness affairs.
D. W. Barnett was in from
his ranch at Haystack lastTues
day. Mr. Barnett reports work
on the oil well has ceased owing
to breaking of a drill but says
work will be resumed again soon
as the trouble can be cured.
John Handley was :n town
Fast Monday from his I.amonta
farm. He reports that evrey one
are through elieir plowing in his
locality and that there are
prospect of a good crop this
Miss Maud Kidder, of Hay
stack, now teacher in the pub
lie school at this place, filed on
a desert claim ihis wtek in
sees. 27 and 34, Township 14.
South of Range 32, East.
H. J. Heafy, of Haystack, was
in town attending to business
affairs last Tuesday.
T. J. Leach, of Culver, 3jient
several days in the city this
D. G. Rogers, of Culver, was
In town from his farm last
Mrs. W.H. Peck and danpli
ter, Miss Rettie, of Culver, were
visitors in the city last Wednes
ilnv Riid were ffuesta at the
J. H. TVindom, of Culver.
came to town last Thursday for
medical aid for his daughter,
Hazd, who was takeu sick quile
Lee Goodwin, of Culver, was
in town last Tuesday on his way
Married, in this city, March
1 7th, Clarence Fergneson and
Miss Golda Hintou. Both young
people are ell known here.
X H. Helfrieh. of Lamonta,
was a business visiter in our
city last Friday.
George Dodsun, of Haystack,
spflnt Saturday in our city, the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. M.
E. Briuk. ;
Spring is here in every sense
of the word. Refreshing show
ers, warm days and sunshine,
which adds not;pw1y to the. ap
pearence but in reality is a
benefit to tHe country and to the
crops and grass. .
For the benefit of those hav
ing business in the courts at this
place I will give the ilates:
County court, for all civil
actions, meets the first Monday
in each month. Probate court
also meets the first Monday in
each month. Commissioners'
court, which acts on all county
business such as roads, bills,
saloon license, etc., rneets the
first Wednesday in January,
March. M ty, Jury, September,
Miss M Ghee, of kamonta is
visiting friends in our city .and
during her stay is the guest of
Mm. C. A. by tie.
Field Evety B'ato biu! Territory iu
(he Union, with Alack, Porto Ivico,
Cuba, Mexico ami a f.w Motions In thu
Dominion ,f Canada.
Force In 190-1 ita list of mihion
:trle ami U-acliern munbcreil 1,431.
Forma Main depart metitn at work:
I. Missionary. II. Clintch cdiilcc.
(II. Educhtl. nal.
Iu itie Miwionnsy department the
Goupel was preached to pt-ople of 23
natinnaiities, and to 15 ItnHnii tribe;
in five Stu'es of tht Republic of Mex
ico; iu 21 principal ami nearly thirty
minor Malion Iu Porto Rico; iu 20
principal, and 'about twenty minor
Malions in Cuba. There were 55 tievrn
nii3lu!iHtlf8 at work auiou; the teu
inilliou of ll.eir mcc.
TIjp rullyinr cry was pounded
throughout the luntl, Kvangelize!
E'augelize! And help was given iu
lite 8uport uf state and general
In the Church E-liflce Department
gifis atuouutintr to $57,931 88, and
limns amounllUK lo $13,050.00 were
granted during the year, thus aiding
102 ciurclies to er-t bnttst-a of wor
uhip, costing about $250,000.
In tile IviucatioKnl DepartQieut 121
iualUulioiiH of a higher k""'I and 10
sfCuii'Jjry i:hoola wire maiutulned or
aidid among the nerots. Nearly
8.0(H) pupils were enrolled in Hate
i-clioolf, about 500 listing ftudi-nta for
the ministry. Besides these there ate
two school? f-r tlie Indian?, with
eight for the Chinese, four for the"
Mexicans, and oue for Cubans.
Fiuits These are resulta that can
not be tabulated. 6latilica show that
the Missionaries of tliio suciety orgau
i7.ed during the year H3 churches;
baptized 6,000 persona. Sixty mission
churches became elf-supporting.
Joe Marnitch han rented the Crook County Court meet an f 1
Chris Hairy homestead. Ur1 t. . .,
J Citcult Court Meets tlie flriit Moiw
Miss Kath rtne Hardt has day Id May and the third Monday In
tiled on a homestead south of October.
Ji S. Pratf, the cliauffeur who
will manage (he big auto car,
soon to be put in service be
tween Ben I and Cross Keys was
in town Friday. The auto will be
shipped from Portland in about
two weeks.' It is the intention
to begin its operation about
s Vp?U 16, Bond Bulletin, '"
Frank Osborn has moved to his
homestead near Madras.
Hazel Wirub w baa been quite ick
fi.r the past few weeks but Is im
Quite a trade was was madfr near
Culver Ia9t week. A young man
traded a bicycle for three ohiukeos and
a buckhkin string'.
31 Iks Lilly Read i drilling-her pupiU
for au eutertaiuinenf ac the close of
Ira Barber left Culver last: Friday
for his borne iu the Vblley.
Fduuie Odborn is visiting lief sinter
in Prinevjlle this week.
Born, March 12, 1905, lo the wife of
Ilev. Pontius, a girl.
May field Bros, moved their cattle
from here to Itoseland this week.
Anyone wishing to locate in tills
country will nod several detdnible
ranches in the big pasture west' of'
Juniper Butte. Teddy.
It is described as having been the
severest winter In the Missouri river
region known in many years, The
Hnowfall since January 1 has been ex
ceptionally heavy and the tempera
tures have ruled lower than for 20
years back this being eipecially true
of Western Kansas and Oklahoma,
where, iu the past two weeks, accord
ing to a dispatch, 50,000 bead of cattle
have perished, indicting upon farmers
and ranchers a heavier Io.s in this
direction than they have suffered ill n
quarter of a century. Ordinarily Bt
iliiy time farmers are well along with
their spring plowing in that section,
but now snow and ice still cover the
ground, and it will be six weeks or so
before pasture u ill be available for
House Uill No. 92, which has
been signed by the Governer.
provides that all legal advet tifce
ments, including sheriff s sales,
shall be published in the paper
designated by the parties in
terested. Heretofore aheriffsale
notices have been placed at the
option of the sheriff, but under
the new law, "the plaintiff, or
moving party in the action, suit
or proceeding shall have the
exclusive right to designHte in
which newspaper such legal
notice, summons, citation, notice
of sheriffs f-ale, or other legal
advertisement, shall be pub
lished." . 1 j
The automobile line between
Cross Keys and Bend will be in
operation by the 15th of April,
before which time the road-bed
will be put in god' shape. In
Central Oregon, where every
man has his nick-name, the man
who will drive the big auto, and
whose name is Tyler, is already
known as "Admiral Dewey"
Tyler, Commander of the Inland
Oregon Automobile Fleet.
Hound Butte. Now, bachleors,
don't be avaricious.
Henry Grob has 80 acres pre
pared for next year's crop.
G. Reichen now owns a heme
stead west of Mothodist Hbl
Miss Katherine Ilofl'mnuip it?
spending it few days with the
Charles Bye spentTuesda' in
1 he German Snnduy school it
already practicing. for the Eas
Emil Zemke is breaking a span
of lino big colls in his suiky
Henry Geist is now sufieriug
from an Htrack of measles.
Miss Katherine Hennenia'in,
of Milwaukie,.Oie., is again in
' B'. Tscharuer has just built a
splendid shanty ou his home
stead. Mrs. B. Dombrowe spent a
couple of days visiting the
Braun family on the Big Plain
ChareH Wawrinofsky, who is
emplo ed at the Morrow &
Keenan ranch, is now at home,
cultivating his homestead, and
will remain for some time
Cxuuly (Juurl Meets first Molt lay
in each month.
('onimlMHloiiMrf' Court Mie's flrl
IWdnesdy in January, March, Mnv,
?!Fuly, September ami November.
Horr lcar U home; tho wtm-lerericc
Iu llgct gtctm tntd the IcaDcss ttve,
Aud uhlle he vows no more to roam,
Ills y.vorn heart find rot at home.
So long as we love, we serve. Bo
long as we are loved" By.otliers I'woofd
almr.bt Fay we are ln(Ii?penuble ; and
no matt is Unelesa while ho has a
friend. Robert Ijouls Btcvenson,
Mailt ns Camp, M. W. A., No. 8Xii5.
MuHts every seconil and lourtlt o'atiinlaj
ofc'aob niontli at 8 p. in. Frank .). lirmiki),
Consul C. W. It. Snook, Cerk. Vls;tlii
U' ilibi cordially invited to attend.
J.ela Camp, Koyal Nclg'ib ir.i of A.
Meets every second ajid fourth Friday of
cadiTOWrtlv.t 8 t.iu. M. K. o'nook. Oracle.
L. M. ll.tlin, Itccorder. VUitiu uulli
adras Meat Marl
Ilnr n1 .111 Vftiitfiir alllrli.il Var.n ti..i.
' " i.njiuf (j ctcr
kind, licit Dairy Hatter and Kredi Egr our ccuitr
Williams & Rousii, Prog
A. M. WILLIAMS &C0.-
Dry Goods, Clothing,
BOOTS ASD S5IO)M
HATS ASD CA1S-
E. Jrl. SMUTH
DeiUcr in and -Manufacturer
Miles Waldubm Whitencr was b;m in
Missouri, March 15th, 1829. He ditd at the
home of Ids son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin Fox, ou the Agencj
I'Jalns, mi March 3th, .1105. lie waa mar-
ied to Catharine Kinder, March 23d. 1S52.
To this union were born five aliildton
three daughters and two soj,jtII of whom
survive him except one son. lie joined
the Methodist Episcopal Church (South)
Six months after ids marriage and wai
liaoniiv converted soon aster. He re
mained an active rnciutier until hi death.
Father Whitener was ill for several weeks
died of aulck consumption. Father
Whitener will be sadly missed in the home
and coiuuiiitv where he lived. Our lo
an a comnnity is Ids eain. Mother White
ncr weao not as tli-jsc who have no hopt
'lAit siw Iras what she calls Holy Ghost re
ligion and expects to meethiiuontiieoiher
brigl shore. Fatlier Whitener came to
ids grave i a full age as the bible' says of
a chrUtlau, "Tliou sliait come l tny
Kiave in an fulfae, like as a shocSc of corn
comi'tb- in Mh season". Jlet me die tlie
dL;atli of the righteous iind let my end be
his. Tlie bereaved wife andxhildreu have
the sympathy of all the community. The
funeral (ervice.s was- conductci by tlie
Writer W. J. Branstetter,
SIVLEU-MOUNTED SPUES AND BITS
GOAT CH-A-PAREJ09. Etc
REPAtaiNG NEATLY DONE.
A bcaerfn of llght iK tt-motheTH love.
As ileadfast and bright m tlieitar above;
It beckon and Meleoines the wanderer homo,
Ho matter how far or how long lie may roam
It never grows dim through all tho years ,
Though watered ot by a mother's tear:
But constant and bright as the stars above
Shines ever the beacon of a mother's love.
PETITION FOR LIQUOR tlCEfSE.
To the Honorable County Court for the County
of Crook. State of Oregon:
We, the undersigned, legal voters of ICutcher
Precinct, So. , of Crook County, Oregon, re
p3Stf ully petition your honorable body to
grant a llccnw: lo Cramer t Stevens (Jerry
Cramer and Georjte A. Stevens; to sen spimu
oiis. malt and vinous liquor and hard cider, in
quantlew ls than one gallon, in said Kutcner
Precinct, So. tft, for a period of six months
irom and after the 3d day of May, IlwJ.
8 K Gray. Frank Klkins, H L Wills, James E
Jfacness. John A Pohnchn, John O Ilos, Don
P Iteo, Henry Sacks, J P Hahn, i Jt Mayes,
John Isham, Martin T I'ratt, KT Jones, TB
Tucker. Ira KorU'r. A II Parkey, Frank Osboru,
W 11 Parker. Fred II I.add, J B Kvlok, J V
Church Peter Hoper, J D Mayes, G V Dillon,
W K Itutter. W M Williams, Jas McKlroy, Wui
McKlroy. Chas McKlroy, J W McElroy, I) B
Burden, T M Burden. Dodd McCauley, W K
natntcy, f G Itamsey, U 8 Cowles, C C Ashley,
S 8 Jennings, C V Duling, James Lee, J II tce
W H Btonehocker, u A Young, Jtarry unurcu,
W Honnon, James Barbrldgo, K R onng, K B
Klser, 8 A McCluIn, W II Abels, J A Larson, O
G Ilohlfeld, C C Fox, J K Burns, Miles Fax,
Peter Kllburg, 8 II Kdtnondson, M C ard, J II
Jackson, Chas I ItobcrtJon, II C Dove, Kmcat
D6ty, tred Giittendorf, Frank Hodman, Kdwln
A Ithodes, J J Illnton, II' K Slseen, i W
Hlcliardson, 8 F Robertson, L K Baker, S II
Plnkerton, h Volrath, A U Willlonis, II K
JocobN, J W Jones, Chas Kirk, Geo Kirk, Sam
HaberstUk, II S North, Obns Dlznuy, J 15
Ciunplell, FCamuy, John Dillon, KM Jones,
V It IIays, L V Pax ton, V. 8 Cramer, J II
I-ocknruA Knglcs, G W Itankhi, J Kaas, W 1'
Field, W A Pullen, 1' J Brooks, Oscar F Seal.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
will prcccnt the foregoing petition to the
Cqunty Court of Crook County, Oregon, at the
Cquuty Court room hi Prlnevllle, Oregon, on
Wednesday, tho xd day of May, l'JOfi, at which
time tlioy will apply to said Court for a Demise
to pell spirituous, malt and vl lions liquors nnd
Jio,rd elder In quantities less than one, gallon
u& prayed for in raid petition.
"tCutcliBr Precinct, Crook County, .Oregon,
March 2. BBJ.
, " ' JKRRY CRAMER,
AND FEED BARN
PERRY REED. Manager.
GOOD MALS CLEAN BEOS
... THE BEST ...
LIVERY AND FEED STAB
AT SHAN1KO IS
D. A. HOWELL'S
v. uu oivU. v...,v.o. uconn ,,UJ "IIU gUi(
' Ci'riiea the Lnrgest and Beet pi'IocIhI
stuck uf gents' and ladies' ri'itdy-madw
clothing of any store in Crook couniy.
Latest styles, beBt lit, lowest privets;
also a full and complete line of every
thing needed by the farmer and stock
man. Send in a trial order and he
WURZWEILER & THOMS(
GRAIS ASD HAY OF ALL KINDS FOR SAL1
Jos. T. Peters
jcarriea a general lint- of Paints, Lime
Cement Nails, Hardware, Build
era1' Materials of all kinds.
ME DALLES, Ore.
jjf Government Lands under
irrigation In Oregon are
4j? now open for settlement.
For further particulars
vuouuriiuuiigiuiuuui umui uv
fc J. W. BOONE,
Dealer In home-made
Harness & Saddles
Try our mako of White River Tree
Stock Saddle. Tha Un in tlie markets
PR I NEVILLE
fOR SIXTY DAYS ONLY IS
BOOTS, SHOES, GLOTHII
Of all kinds. We nlso curry a full ar.d complete line of Orntfrln
and Hardware. Ag'titx for Mitchell Wagons, Hueke, fiiigtldl
Cnrts, Plows, Haruts?, Drills mid all kinds of fHrtuIuc ImpleoiriK
Main St., Prineville, Ore.
SOLD OSLY BY THK
f4oti?is Safe and Iioek CotnpJ
Agcnta lor (be I'aclflc Coast. The only firm that can iell a gufe wki
Kail' Brand. Excluiive talc for the only MANGASKSK BANK SAFt
Agents for tho OLIVKR TYI'KWRITKBS.
84 Third Street,
LTtM Second Ave.. Seattle, Wash.
ill Pino St., San Francisco, Cal.
114 Washington St., fikane, Wash.
Leaves Warm Spring Agency every Monday and ThuiH
Wapinltla every Tuesday and Friday.
Fare from Worm Sj'rlng Ascncy to Wlnitla
"to Hot Springs f
" from Waplnltla to Warm Spring AgeneV
to Hot Snrlnirs
Passengers allowed 20 pounds bnggnge. l'rulht, i per porind. flood lior1
rigs, Qood drivers. Stage leaves both places at 0 n. in,
P. KALAMA and J. HAYES
and Wagon Maker
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
All Work Guarantied
a '"VVhon your Plow needs sharpening, your wagon Is In need o(
repair or ypu want your horse shod, don't foigottogo to tno
OUR' WORK IS GUARANTEED
"Cm-FAIR DKALING AND IIBASOSABLE l'RICKS OUR MOTTO. t
r I nnnnSO Gene'l Wagonmak
r. u. DiiuuiVi
7 and Blacksmi
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