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MADRAS, OROQK COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1905.
, i), p.
lalcc In f?,or-
HE OF THE PEACE
BY PUBLIQ AHD
F x llgrlliuM. ( Hiliiur.
Itt,t&ra lui-ils. liHWi
i(lAS0K IIOp.UT ANp HpU.
,U.U JUltTrf (if hj WQItl.U.
J W Krttirli, II A Mootu. V. T.
Eir v y- iitiinic,iii. j. 11, ('"-'-;
km ijtuli roniiciiiiiiff In ihc
iitetn ltlrnil urviy: iirlcr
ttt ill rulllvnliililc nf f lie Uii
uhln one Imll tu limr milt of
lj iomp Mice) liwutioiiii hating
n di-i.-i. .
.1 1 r iif m m
llftir. .till ilrmrt.t.
it- intfcin f
nil Will tnu
class meaU ami la-ilg.
r reafonnliift n...i
prsforoll litago Ihirn. f
wi need of rci.Klr-
ici uuy k ,.,.. .
'cwiint kit 1 v . iA .
IIIRfll. . .
'...axles. ( r"uuart
I I &
III MM .
IBKnafiBIIB ICi M u w u
Alfalf .yeHl flood 'fo' thkUsHH,
Bo valuable h Hfulfit nionl con
rtldotctl by, thopo who mako poiillry
fwKln i hut u number of our best egg
foods livp H H bMBe litttacl of oil
moul.brut) orp.lliur aimtinr iyeu minis.
x rnrnblrmtlun rtf alfalfa meal, beef
-ru, grMuid, bone nod a few other i
'iinrcdlPiilH of m(nor Importance
..uiterf thobestfeed for chickens mid.
nylng houH tlitit can bo secured. Ah
liiost'of our egg .foods eon Url tin 90
ngredlonttf It' follows (hat they' mutt
,u vulunldefor thouiirposo for which
hey are compounded. With alfalfa
iivitl u pottltryman need not hcsltute
l)6ut Keeping laying how- conllned
fioVeiiY nrotind If necemmry, for the
.t-iil Ih fully valuabhj In main
aiding health and produotlvoiess uo
uebent uuttlial griw.-J5x.
. --- -Notice.
All person! owing for witter
rereiUtsted to cull at tlio residence
f John Iabiiiu and foUlf for th
dtie at your earliest convenience
N..hn ralniehii. n
CLOSING OUT SALE
rOlt I JtMBDI ATE JMtPOSAI..
A desirable lot of nearly new ftiriil
tute, Including bed room sets, single
beds, oat-, baby go-cart., nipbonrd.
Iarn,p, "OwJng inuchlne, chairs, hook
cases, dc;k dining room net lncliiillnc
extension table, cooking utennllN
iiiriutfliliriI .Iumpv row. ffL'uli. Iiorhcc.
' linrncs-t, wnKon, hnck, plow, several
I hundred of line Juniper poil, rye Imy
J ctr., client of tools, and a lot of HiIiik
too niinieroui too mentluii, I oliurctl
for nle, clnp for canli, or will Hell for
lielf cakIi niul bnlanco on npprovt'd
sreurlty. For fiitlmr partlnnlnrt call
on Timothy IJiownhlll, at the Pioneer
oHlco Madras Oregon.
GO TO THE
MADRAS DRUG STORE
Drulsts' Sundries and
A Coopltte Line of
SUtloneryt Jewelry, Etc.,
M. B. SaiQOK, Proprietor.
Cm' 8!o Ma,n Stmt, Mfc-ltfli. Orccea
, , Kuiiufitl lino of (Irorerlcp, a cji!
cMI line (if flout.' J'lirnl.hln
uiijjii," nXo a cbmiUcU' tliicf
tf'MH'rr, t'lutir"', f'oiifcctlonery niul
Notion run tw'fomi'J : tli'o'
u . . ..
W..E. WJLLS.PPop. '
VieiTQR GARDEN .
MntlUfiu-turor ami Ocntur In
fp8 - Harness, Saddles,
J Tents, Aagon Covers..
TjiBiCif K.wjyh I'L.ioiTI'k
t. . an- -r
tiivro, ioi "in
Hint ot prictw.
EastJEnd .Cletliing Store
'.JOE COHEN,1 Pnop,
iftkNTS' j'i'un'Wuso iwifl.
' IlATfl, CJ.VIU, HHOKH ANI Of.OTHlNCI.
'II w ill pay yuu'UO uet our vrle" boforo-jnir
1- 1 a J'liyWic"irt'Wiiiro.
"ribi KtmNn ht.'tiii? dau.iw, onfMON.
'Al.d'h'raiicli ttl ilraw Valley: i'gim.
-, OaTryltitf tlri HoiibIss hIioo.
COWnOV OOtKlTB A H1KCA?TY.
"neater ?ii lla,r1i,CJi5,?.tobo Mutagen!
oral 1 1 niMi.f tmW Jf M WAW
Roosevelt as mediator
lie will Arrunttc the Prcllmlim-
rle for Doacj-
JiONDON. March 81. (Hneolnl
hie.) The St. Prtonihurg corrpond
eiuoi iue umiioi uiimtH, caiillug luttt ;
niKtit, dialed mat lie uuh been in
formed on unimpeachable authority
that both Jtipitu und llur;ia have do
aided upot. Prenldoiit Hoogevelt iih the
mediator to whom Hhall.bo referred
the (jiifHtloiiH to be dtrqldetl to bring
According to the curreftp.pnijent, an
announcement of nu unnlnLlpe can be
LONDON, March 80. (8J3q p. m)
Peace talk Is prevalent everywhere,
but that negotiation! have commenced
m mill ponitlvely denied Ih nil ofllolal
olrok'8 here. The Foreign O'fllce-div
phtlmHuver having any knowledge of
pt'iice prrpoflalH. It In quite evident,
however, that, while the ilrst definite
Mtep mty be taken at any minute, an
advance futher than indicated in the
ANHocati.(l PrcfH ilinpalches may be
1 pori'iorifd juileljintely.
! Huron Hayaylii, the Jananefco Minis
ter, oeclui.' (o (ie Aauoelated Phi-h
tli Ih afteruop,u thut he hud no iuforma
tiit In revurd to the Buuoui'cemenl
ooutalued In the St. PeteiBburg din
mituhes of the Affoclated Pietsa that
julu had ludlreclly made known to
.japan thu negative conditions on
which neace mluht be concluded.
Ha lively, no cchhIou of territory and no
Imlemlty, leaylng Japiiti to determine
whether peace ncgotiutloDH could be
begun upon thut baala, but he said uu-
reservedly thut he terms mentioned
could not even be poushlered and
( A r.i.tic.1 orl ff
territory and ai
4 v octw vt
indemnity are the only puluta uetrotl
able, as Jupun's ailto helium demauda
bnve already been secured by Japan.'
WOOLEH MILL PURNID.
ALBANY, Oregon, March 20. The
old Albany woolen mill, a brick
bulldinir beltiK operated by the Ban
i-.nokburn Wooleu Mills Company, of
Porllaiid, was today cutlrely destroyed
tiy lire, Involving the owners iu a low
of a about $50,000, and the city In 1
loss In payroll and general expeudi
lures In the city's stores that cannot
oe renljeed in years. While the Ban-
noekburn Voolen Mills Company will
not eufler a lot-a greater than tbe
(Inures ulven above, the building could
uot be duplicated for less than $75, 000
It eo.tt that whou built, and later some
$20,000 more was speut 011 It. Tin
propeity wrh Insured for about $40,000.
COUNTY SEAT NEWS.
George Rodman, of Launmta, spent
Monday iu our city.
JesHo L. Wlndom, of Culver, i-penl
l.ist Tuesday Iti4)urcity.
N. V. McCoIn, of llayetuck, was on
our streets last Tuesday.
John Biown, of Haystack, was a vis
itor In our city last Thursday.
M. Wheeler Was In the city Tuesday
frjm his raKCh on Willow eiuek.
Mr. and Mrf. T. J. Malloy wore vis
Iters in mir city beVeraj diya lst week
Jilin A. l'almehn was, a huslues
Visitor In llje pity this week from Mad
U. B. C?o'wle Wb n business visitor
in the city Idbt Tuesday from Willow
Alt u Plinclist.VVllsan. of this
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city, spent last weuu visiupg. in.enuo
and relatives at Culver.
Jolfn llanley and Jutnes McMeen of
I.. I... '..I, 1. ATI tit". It. V ai
I.tllUOIHH, Wfllf HI inn .lJ'V""V'"'
leutllng to busiuess u'tl'ilrH.
, W-'P. Hammer, poatmiiBtor at Huy
stack, wan In stown sotterattjays thin
week nttenmng to uusiness mhihio.
I', S.-JIollmun spent Baturday In out
Lilt. t a fVmim nnlti-H final nrnoi
on iCMiometioiid n The.Dalles April
Mlat Winnie Wlndom, of Culver,
i.. nt lost week In the city veiling
friends and Is-aKuest ol the Homey
i...ii-WBniiitlvo .I.N. Williamson nr
rtwHil'lh the oUy Saturday frdni'lils
lmmo In The Dalles and will remain
.1.1 1-1 1
here on ft visit witu 0111 mvuua.
wThe local telethon la goinpletcd aa.
f.ii 'ah 'lltillfV wiuuom'B ruuuu m-i
th uhi" mid will Lb ootnnleted to'Cul
veVassoon artnatorhd can be4 received.
A nostolfhee hl beetf Mreoentjy tab
Ihiheii afiieiBier matiuu wan
Lle as postmliBter. A swefeklyl'rual
sM'vl is rep rl?d sftyva .the.ry.to!!
'JJarrled-iAtlhe Polldlelthel! Iu
tWaelty March 30, William Baldwin
the ltev. V, P. .Tlhtiet, ofllcl j
8. f. Brown, of aylae5, Mibua
InoBa vinltor in UiIh n tv lAnt Krldav.
1 , i ---- - .t ,
' llo Httj'ff all tjui farming' for Ibis Ppilrig
ca-U?y . '
0, G Ciillver, postninHter of Culver.
accompanied oy hlN wire, wpoot several
thJU til ilir ntttt iltti tirtifr
mi in ('ill UHJ lllin VTWM IIV fJ
thut evcryt)ifiiR Ih IliiurlHllInt; ( 111
Juniea Kgnn wa rjIeHed foip the.
county Jail lant Monduy, Imyhurgjven
bond III tlinxmii of S.iflf) to nmiciir lit
the JIuy fenfi of circuit' qb'ut' vyblph
eonvenert My 1, ", -f
). W. Durnell wan ju Che city from
Iih liayiitaek ranch Saturday. 11
Balt'H tjj'ere Ih u ynat iucreuie f ti t lit
uriuLi- iiui. in j; 1 11 (inn vt-jir in iiu
ENGLISH DOCTORS' fEES."
f J '' '
Xlacy Arn 1 rulxiffil by tbe Hoy a I
pill are of iMiyMicffctijE, j
fT1iA cTt-trtt,iisr miifft I ir ftivttint tfn
A. iiu PliVViK'to t- utiiob ui T ua.u M v
two illstluVt cJassert, the uurgeon prop ;
cr nd the pure physician. The former ;
aiKniestloimbly gets nig fees in ratio
to his icputatlou. The famous surgeon;
has only to liainc his fee to the mil
lionaire with appendicitis. With thej
feiir nf 1f;il)i liitfnrn IiIm ovch lie Will
write is check gladly. Wlicu, he has
rccorcrcu ne win oiien gruinom u
doea ndt boast. A younger nud less
known man w'lll perform the same op
eration for a tube of the cost, nut uie
public, with death staring tlipin iu the
face, will have the niau with the big
uatne, regardless of. expense.
But the pure physician t an entirely
dlffcreut matter. Ills fees are stand
ardized not by act of parliament, but
by thaf uutocratlc bculy, the lloyol
College of P.jiysjeians. Ills recs ror
eohsultatlon at his own house are
fixed at 2 guineas the fjrst yjslt nud a
guinea for eaeli subsequent one. l-'or
con.fultntions away from home he ro
eeives u fee at the calculated rate of
two-tliirda of a guinea n mile. Elstree,
twelve miles out at town, Is Jpso racto
8 guineas, Liverpool (201 miles) is 134
Hinpas., and s.q on pro rata, isut
inust be r'pmeinbered that uqwadays
tlie pig provlnpjal centers uayp
tholr own sneciallsts. and the town
Uiau Is very seldom sent for unless he
be one of the very biggest names ana
the case desperate and rich.
If tbe physician should accept more
ho transgresses that professional fe
tich, 'medical etlouettc." and Is brand
ed a quack by bis less lucky brethren.
Moreover, when he arrives at n suf
ficient standing in the ranks of bis pro
fession the lloyol College or ruyai
duns will not elect him to their alj im
portant fellowship, tiip prqwplng fluai?
flcatlon and IilU water uiarK or ma
calling. London Mali.
MethodM Cacil Ilefore the Aareut
CluckM unit AVntclien.
I'rohnbly the oldest method of de-
forinlnlnir the time of day was by the
sniiillul. but other devices have been
Used for ages, Including the writer
clock, the burping wlelc, ami the Hour
glns.4 tilled with Hand, popular ipgenu
uitrihutos to Kim: Alfred the Invention
Ot the water clopk, but long before his
.time it avus itj use by the Egyptians
and fn Judea, Babylon, Chaldca nud
Phnoiilehi. Tlie lontrivnuce for measv
k'ti'ring .lime by jneaus of water appears
to have eonslMtetl of a Jbaslu Ulieu wun
water and exposed In Bonic niche or
corner of a public place. At the ex
treme end of tlte vessel was a spout
or tap from which trickled the liquid
drop by drop Into a receiver having on
Its inside marks or Indicating the
hours of Uie day tuid night.
. Jn parts of southern India there was.
used a .thlxi .copper bowl about flve
Melius iu diameter and rather deeper
than half a sphere, having a very
small hole at .tho bottom. Tho bowJ,
.Placed in a vessel containing water
jipd Hunting ihereon, gradually filled.
'At the expiration of nil nvrnuged In
terval it Runk, and a boy or another
vwateller then struck a gOng nnd thus
.rijinouuccd tbe time. It allowed the
lapse' of periods Of forly-fivo minutes
with tolerable accuracy, hilt tho thnp
varied with tho teuipuraturo of the wa
ter. It was possible b.v the lutroduc
Uon of a cylinder containing n iloatlng
piston M-hleh worked on a cog wheel
5to indicate the hours.
Plato Introduced the clepsydra Into
Oreect. It was used by tho Homans
also. The king of refrain la said to
have, presented Ch'urlemagno with a
water clock of toronzu Inlaid with gold.
Water clocks vein used up to tho sev
enteenth century. Even with tho In
troduction of tho pendulum writer Berv
ed "s the motor. nnd the pendulum rb
a regulfitor' .
u Personal Property. Exempted.
Attorney General Crawford In an
otdnlim recently given, hold's thrit thi
tax exemption hiw operates to exempt
perao'hal property (household good8)
to tua extent; oi ?aw wunu uu uu
mnro. 'rh "nuestlon Htose out of h
mistake In nunotuatlon In Uiaexemp
tlou olttdae of the Bhelley act, wherein
several artlcllls vreiy bet off wlth 'a
HBuilboIon arid Ui'e'n 'nnmerpui other
tartlolea of furullure ,Ha'wufcIold
aoHiln were punctuated with cnmniae.
B - .
0f $S0O shall bo tztutft frora taxa
tion." H was claimed pysoraptuat
llio articles set o(l from tile rerit of the
clausu by n semicolon were exempt
j from taxation without regard to value,
1 It'll (lift tt i irvtitt onnnro I liritilu I ll n tilt
(ii'lV tut; Mhtti urjr cuciui t.onv 1
the arthdes enumerated in the section
are inciuueu wuniu tno iimuoj uie
T' 1 . 1 11 fi .. ( I fi ri n .a.a 1 . f t-i n if nu nun
nm'l was decided by the attorney gen-r'
eruiiun vernal, opinion, j am npui
ion, vt Jileh cotaea as on oflicial docu
ment, una reiuje eo oy request,
' ' " ' OBITUARY. '
'., It - W 4
George C. i'lntin was born in Whales,
Fcbuai'y iJ8, 1828- la cameVwith hlf
patents to America wlipu lie was eight
years old. TJuy settled hi Peilnsylvanin,
and afterwards removed to Mlnnetota, ajid
ft out Minnesota lie went to California.
About twenty yepts ago lie removed to
Hastem Oregon, rcsfding there until abont
! The NF
W CASH ST
V I IIU lib
A full line of paints, Qil and other Finishing-Materjalg.
In all colors and sliades at LOWEST BRICES.--'
Our HARDWARE has arrived.
Our Grocery Department is now completp qnft open
LENA M, LAMB,
PIONEER CASH STORE
Just rerclvei, a petv line of Donglan Slioes AVo Quote a fow rrlee:
Kangaroo KM. a fine drts shoe, nt ftO. Vict Kid, rUo a gqpi lrcs;i
nhw, at ?n.'i). ltox Calf ptuclier at Hoo. 'omo ii) ami h-0 our beauti
ful line "f Hoys anil Men's Uats In. all tho now shapes and cpJhn ranR
Injr In price from oOe to $1. Everything -ho Grocery lirar. Tho best
Teas and Coffees. Fine llama anil llacon. The bust lard in the land.
Also good oookini and eating pples, Po not forget us jlwen.you need
llnildijlj; t aper anil llarb Wire. ' . .
The - Madras - Pi
$1.50 PER YEAR
It tells just what you, want to know about
Madras afd the development of North
ern CrooK County.
Remember your friends . in the East are
Interested In OregoW. , Send' thrri , '
so that they can see-that Grbok County
' ithe; b;t portion of egin arid tHat ,
.'this Is thd,Gardart Spot pf CRpOK. . J
'two, years ago yhetf lie ennio to J'oitland.
it' -I i i ..-,4-...
t 'f ,J - - -
Ifo was converted about fourteen
ngdntacauip meeting, niul united wif'i
the Methodist Kpi -copal Church of wliidi
lip, lived a'coiiIstent and useful member
iuiti'1 liTs flcali whlfih occtucd at his horin
In Portland, Oj-econ, on the. evening of
March 8, 1902j. lie' was American in
spirit, an honored citizen of the Stat
thrifty In ujttincsg. modest in life; (levofd
to his family, an eamet-t christian, and
illcil In Ihn Irltiiiitin nf tlm faltll. Icavin-'
abundant teat'hnony that nil was well wWr
dm. He leaves a wife. Mrs. Martha h,
Intin, and nine children, four sons afi l
five' daughters, to inonrn his departure; Dot
they know the way in which he walked
and may follow'oh and meet lilm in tho
elcrnai city where parting Is no morg.
His sons and dauclitej-d arc: Iavid IS.
Viiitin, (Jeorge C. Vintin, Mrs. E. J. Kofi '
lins, Mrs. W. C. Kutledge, Mrs. J.'JI:
Itliitiearson.Iioy T. Vintqn, Mrs. Dr. Wj O.
Sno -k, Madio Vinton, Eijward L. Vintin, .
all residing in Oregon, "'i'mclons jn the
sight or the Lord Is the death of his saliiW.'?
Through the gates of dcth he brings his
banished home. T. B.'Void, Portland.
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