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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1905)
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their will, Similes cast, u.
on the north slope of Grk
on and aher December ?0,
r,. respectfully 80-
H. Hawkins, Lamouia,
Broffohlll departed from
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The Wg Machine jikes a Pine
Run to Madras.
IT IS AM ENTIRE SUCCESS
Ooc, RoHtHl Trip, to HiffKl-Etemon-rflte,
Ability to Climb itlllls
and Makes Good Time on
Corolug with a riiHh down tho hill
north ol town And with theroirofn
ak'iin engine, and giving a eorica of
wiirntux"tooi which canned a gencrnl
oxolumatlon ttojff degu HUd chickens
nd a Htreohlng of all kinds of nocks,
lltnulg gasoltue automobile belonging
to tho (tantral Oregon TratiBiorttitlon
Cunipnny, arrived In Madras last Krl
ilay 0 voting, commanded by M. W.
I'ylcr, ndcompatiled by W. A. GUI, of
1'hoGIII OaH Inglnu & Machine Co..
of Porthiud, who built tho machine,
mid Don P. Ilea nud rank Lucas, nud
the uiuiiNter wit Immediately tho con
tor of attraction wl,th Madrad' townn
people. The big; machluo, while trav
oiling from Bhalilko, nyerajted a Utile
over eight niUo an hour ovor illilli ult
roads and very much ununited for thla
ort of a vehicle.
This auto In tho largest ever con
rttructcd In (he United States and Ih
truly a monster naohluo, It weighing
about CjSOO ppuuds. It In 10-horoo
power, equipped with four engines
which aro fun In conjunction, but
should any cue of these cnulncs break,
the machine can still be propelled,
provided the gearing Is Intact. The
uuto is fitted with the latest appllaucea
lu the matter of air brakes which re
d jets the danger of runaways toul
most an impossibility.
It Is dlflloult to state Just when reg
ular trips will he made over the auto
route betweeu Gross Keys and Huud,
mt the big machine will have to past
over the roadbed and locate any do
feels which may have been overlooked
in the construction, and it may uke
Muveral trips be'foro all these obst ruc
tions are located.
Tho auto made a very nuccesnful trip
to Deiid and. white Ihero made sverl
trips to points of Interest lu that vlciu
ity loaded with U passengers, ami
demonstrated beyond a doubt that the
mnuhliio will he a stiecwi au It went
up hills as sleep as 12 perccut, muk.
lug excellent tlmo, which places be
yond a doubt the auto's adaptability
to 1 lila country beyond question. On
1 ho return trip 'from Bend the auto
travelled at the rato of 15 miles an
hour for the first 30 miles and the
whole distance of C3 miles was cov
ered In a llitlo ovor four hours.
Farmers' horses are not slow in be
coming accustomed to tho unusual
noise of the mounter and Its strange
and icary appearance seems 10 cause
ttiem but little uneasiness. After they
huvu taken a good look at the thing
null it ud it is not nn dangerous na ll
sounds or looks the lioroea pay but lit
tle utUuitlou to It.
Mr. QUI, the builder, anys lie Is en
lirely satisfied with tho trylug-out of
the machine and Is confident of its be
ing ji complete success. Ho started
this tnorulng oti his return tu Portland.
FREE RURAL MAIL DELIVERY
Vj. C. Clement, agent for the Free
LRural Mall Delivery of tho poatiil de-
pitrlniAL't, was in Madras Thursday
and wunt ovor tho proposed Route No,
I which Koes south from (his postoflloo
ami hns mndo a fuvorablo report. The
routo runs fouth to Rogers', west to
Wlsncr's. north to Ficch's, east to Bur
nett's, north to Halm's east to Rich
ell's, and Iheiico north hack to Mad
ras. The wholo distauco covered by
tho routo Is about 20 miles. Thuro aro
ISO families already on tho route, and
probably a dozen more will bo on tho
routo by the tlmo it Is installed.
Tho routo will be Inaugurated just
as soon as tho matter ran bo taken be
fore the postal department.
Another petition Is already In circu
lation for rural free delivery on the
lllg.l'laln north of Mud ran and in a
short tlmo there will be two rural do
llvory systems from thlB postolllce.
Mr. Clement wont from hero to Du
fur from which place a rural free de
livery route Is projeo'ed.
Culver School Entertainment.
A hirgo orowd ' attended tho
closing school untortuinmunt of
the Culver school hist Friday
yvonlng, the ending of the school
year, with Miss Lily 'Itoed us
ttmcheiVhuvirig been a moat suc
cessful one, The-exoroisus were
well rendered nnd. glvtiit In a
manner with which any pwirent
may well be .proud. Among
the numbers on the programme
Were a trio: '"Where-tho Sil
very Colorado Wenfra its'Wity,"
by -MrvPfcirl Oaborne,-Ml8808
rtle Lpvejind and Freddie
Latnpaonj severAl dialogues and,
a farce, a'spjo, "In the i(i,Uy
Where the BlueJ?irdft Hing,'
MIssMyrtlo Lovelandn, ypcal
solo,. "You'se J(uit Litt,1e jig
ger, Still Xe's all M;ino,y Miss
Freddie Jamison. Muaic was
furnished betweeu acta, by Cap.
and Clara Healy.
A dan,co was gien ift Culver
hall after the enterltnmentand
refreshments were served in the
COOWIH-I'AIUUBII. M Iss Florence
Purrlsh and Knox Cooper, of Portland,
oro married Wednesday at tho home
of tho brldo'n parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ft, Purrlsh, near Hay Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper will rpalfo their
homo In Portland.
There will bo a dunco at MoTaggarl
and Bye'a nail next Friday night.
Alfred Cook, arid his father
were in lown Tuesday and
called on The Pioneer.
W. II. Zoll, of the Big Plain,
took a business trip to Piine
villo the lirst of the week.
Antone Hatalgin and his
daughter, Miss Bettio, wfto have
homestead on the Big Plains,
npent several days last week in
Shaniko and Antelope. Mr.
Iiatalgia and his daughter until
recently had charge of the stage
station at Veisler, but are now
living on their ranches, a consid
erable portion of which will be
in grain this year.
0. A. Devens, proprietor of Cliue
Falls Press, was in Madras Monday
eoroute to Bhuolko. He had in his
poasesalon a freak colt born at Cliue
Falls recently which lias only three
legs, the two hind leg being fully de
veloped. One foro leg Is about one
third tho length It should be and Is en
tirely useless, seemingly being com
posed of a gristly substance. The
right fore leg is mlsAlng completely.
Tlie colt Is lively and apparently in
good health. Mr. Duveus was sending
It to Portland for exululiiju.
A Story of Senator Veal.
Tho Into Senator Vest of Missouri
used to say tbut the hardest question
lio ever was called upon to answer
was put by tlie Hcv. Dr. Styles, pastor
of the Presbyterian church at Frank
fort, Ky., In which the senator's fa;
thcr and mother hold membership.
Mr. Yest met tho clergluinn In Mis
souri, and tho preacher, said: "Well,
George, arc you yet within the folds
of tho church, and do you still remem
ber the teachings of your good father
find mother, long since dead and In
heaven, where I soon expect to Join
them? Now, what shall l tell them
about you when wo meet, nbout your
Christian life, your dally walk and
conversation?" The senntor declared
ho felt himself growing pnlo ns he
walked away without even attempting
Careful Hushaud-By the bye, I no-'
Mcctt a rnlfttaUo of C shillings in the
butcher's bill this morning, I.aurn.
Wife Then I had better drive around
there nnrt see nbout It. Cnroful-Hus-hand-I
whs thinking of that, but tho
mistake Is In our favor. "Wife Oh,
then wo had better tnko no notice of It.
We might get some one Into trouble,
you know. Tit-Bits.
FRESH MILCH COWS.
I have several. fresh milch cows for
sale, and l hoy aro good ones, too.
Jnuk Helflch, Culver, Oregon,
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
To tho Honorable County Court for tho
County of Crook, State of Oregon:
We, tho undersigned legal voters of
Ashwood Precinct, Crook County, Oregon,
respectfully petition your honorable body
to grant a llcohso to Boiiton & Orator to
sell spliltuous, malt and vinous liquors In
quantities less than 0110 gallon, In said
pit'clnet, county and state, also hard cldur,
for a period of six inoitlhs beginning on
tho Dth day of May, 1005.
Dated at Ashwood, Oregon, this 22d dny
of March, 1905.
It F Borryuian, K A llandolph,
John M Payne, John McNeil,
F L Anderson, -J 0 UrORon,
Dan Crowley, Glen Grater, . -Charley
Swanson, W H-Huslon,''.
Oscar IJIack, 0 1 Gay,
Thorn LuwiSj Dan ISvans,, .
8 S llhick, W D Walker,'
0 M McPherson, Frank Doak,
Patltellly, II J Stiicklln,
L W Tomllnson, J PKelsay,
W C Bird, T J Wynian,
J W Jamison, -K CFInnoll,
K D Huston, Oliver McColhnn,
E W Uroi-swlrlte, 'J W McOollum,'
Mtlo Wood, J'H Bayloss,
' 0 K Sandy, W. W1 Grater.
Notice Is llorl'by -given that tho under
signed will present thtdr petition to tho
Honorable 'County Court for Crook
t'nimtv. Oriiiron. at tho Mai' tornf thereof,
to-wits on Wednesday, tho Ski day of May,
lflOB, praying for a llconso to soli spiritu
ous, malt and vinous liquors and hard
older In.quantUles less than one gftllenln
73j3 ; THE SHERWIH-tylLUApS.
fes;v5 ' PAlMTtedca on the very (on .
of the wave.
It has reached that posi
tion because 01 ita great
worth and it will stay7 there.
No other paint docs good
work so well and so eco
nomically;, $Io, other paint
has gained such popularity.
Color" cards on application.
K, H. SMITH
ntRlcr In and
Harness & Saddles
HIYLEn-JtOONTKD'BI'UltS AS'D BITS
COAT CHA'l'AllEJOS. Etc
REPAIRING NjEATLY DONE.
1 1 4
Ashwood Precinct, Crook County, Oregon,
or a period of six months from and after
the ttli day of May, J905.
Henton & Grater.
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE,
In the County Court of tho State of Oregon
for Crook county.
In the matter of the application of M. L,
Iiiiokx, nf Mad rax, OrcKOu, for a license to sell
fcplrltiiou, malt and vinoimllijuors and hard
elder In luxn qtiantitlcK than one gallon.
To the Honorable County Court of the State of
Oregon for Crook county:
Wc, the undcrKlgncd, hclng a majority of the
legal voter of Kutchef I'recinct.Crook County.
Oregon, would most respectfully petition that
a Ilcenic lw granted by your Honorable Court
to M . U Iuck to H9II ijiirlnous, malt or
vinous liquors or fermented elder, In 1ck
quantities limn on& gallon, In thv Precinct o
Kuti her, County of Crook and Htate 01 Oregon,
for the term of 12 months from tho 3d day of
W II Hanuon, John 'fhomas. John Isham,
Don T Ilea, J W Jackson, Ixjuls Volrath, T n
Tucker, J K Campbell, I 8 t'owlc. Ernest Botyt
W K Ituttcr, (' U Itannoy, L E Haker, (illll
nizney, Walter Arney, V H Ilayts, FO Hutchl-
)ii, II K Nlssen, X S Jennings, S V Wchard-
co.ii, George Kirk, J H Magnens, mo aru, A 11
I'arkey, Andrew Larsc Eugono Williams,
Charles Dillon, W II Stonehocker, J H U-e,
Fred Pavls, W F Field, 0 I. Ilohlfuld, V. C
White. James I.eu, James Wllllnms, K K Young,
TM Uurden, nil Burden, John A l'almchn.C,
BUughlln, (!eo H I,ucks, I. Aouirg, I. 1
I'axton, It M Jones, Kd Kutcher, W C Moore,
J K Whltcm'an. II C Dove, G H Mayes, Martin T
Pratt, I" IiHuffinan, JO Trotter, Chas Dlzncy,
C C Ahliloy, W Thielemann, F. J Brooks, T J
Malloy.fiam HAlcrstlek, John Dillon, JohnQ
Uohc, William Vtnburg, John E Evlck, (! V
Dillon, Wesley Sumner, V H B9"cy, J D
Mayes, C K Tiouckit, J P Uahn, Jamvs Kaaf,
M I. Ijucks, W Brownhlll, O W nichardson,
(icorge I'ltta, A Blanchet, I'cter Kalaraa, A L
Williams. Frank Elklns, C C Fox. J F Church4
William Coakloy, It T Jones, J M Mayes, KG
Notice is hereby given that tho undersigned
will prcfont the fprogolng petition to thp
County Court of Crook County, Oregon, at thp
County Court room in I'rlncvl lie, Oregon, on
Wednesday, tho 3d day of ilhy, I'Jtfi.at which
time they will apply to said Court for a license
to sell spirituous, malt aud vinous liquors and
hsrd cider in quantities less than one gallon
as prayed for In said ptijltlon.
Kutcher Tfeclnct, Crook County, Oregon,
March 80, 1005. m.uWDCKS.
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
To tho Honorable County Court for the County
of Crook. State of Oregon:
We, the undersigned, legal voters of Kutcher
Precinct, No. 23, of Crook County, Oregon, re
spectfully pctltfon your honorable body to
grant a liconso to Ctamer A Stevens (Jerry
Cramer and ticorgo A. Stevens) to soil spiritu
ous, malt and vinoijKlluuor and hard cider. In
qualities less than one gallon, In said Kutcner
Precinct, No, 21, for ft imriod of lx months
irom and after the M dny Tf May, 10O.V
8 E Gray, Frank Elklns, 8 V Wills, James n
Magness, John A I'almchn, John 0 Bosc, Don
P Ilea, Henry Hacks, J P Hahn, J M Mayes,
John Isham, Martin T Pratt, RT Jones, TB
Tucker, Ira Earlier, A II Pnrkcy, Frank Osborn,
W JI Parker, Fred II Ladd, J E Evlck, J F
Church Peter Hopcr, J D JIaycs, G V Dillon,
W K Ituttcr, W M Williams, Jas McElroy, Win
McEUoy, Chas McElroy, J W McElroy. D B
Uurden, T M' Burden, Dodd McCaulcy, W II
ltamsey, C O Ramsey, V 8 Cowles, C C Ashley,
X 8 Jennings, C V Dullng, James Ice, J II Lee,
W II Stonehocker, h A Young, Harry Church,
W Hannon, James Barbrldge, R K Young, K E
Klser, H A McClain, AV H Abels, J A Larson, O
O Uohlfeld, C C Fox, J F Burns, Miles Fox,
Peter Kllburg, S II Edmondson, M C Ward, J II
Jackson, Chas I Kobertson, B C Dove, Ernest
Doty, Fred Guttcndorf, Frank Rodman, Edwin
A Rhodes, J J HInton, II K Xlssen, G W
Richardson, 8 F Robertson, I. E Baker, N H
Plnkerton, L Volrath, A L Williams, H E
Jo)ls, J W Jones, Chas Kfrk, Geo Kirk, Sam
Habcrstick, II X North, Chas Dlzncy, J E
Campbell, F Carney, John Dillon, It M Jones,
C It Hayes, L P i'axton, E B Cramer, J II
Lockard, A Eagles, G W Rankin, J Kaas, W F
Field, W A. Pullcn, F J Brooks, Oscar F Xeal.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
will present the foregoing petition to the
County Court of Crook County, Oregon, at the
County Court room In Princvllle, Oregon, on
Wednesday, the 3d day of May, 10O.J, at which
time they will apply to said Court for a license
to sell spirituous, malt and vinous liquors and
hard cider In quantities less than one gallon
as prayed for in said petition.
Kutcher Precinct, Crook County, Oregon
March 23. 1KB,
GEO, A. STEVENS.
AND FEED, BARty
PERRY REED, ilanager.
GOOD MEALS CLEAN BEDS,
GRAIN AND HAY OF ALL KIXD3 FOR SALK
J. W. BOONE
Dealer In home-made
Harness & Saddles.
Try our moko of White River Tree
Stock Saddle. Tho best In the market.
PR I NEVILLE
N. M. LANE
and Wagon Maker
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
All Work Guaranteed
A general lino of Groceries, a spe
cial.; lino of Gents' Furnishing
Goods, also a complete line of-Stationery,
Cigars, Confectionery and
Xotions cn Jdo found at the
W. E, WILLS, Prop.
If you want the best there is you will call for
WHITE RIVER FLOUR
If your merchant doesn't carry it send your orders direct to headquarters
and it will be tilled from our nearest agencj.
WASCO WAREHOUSE MILLING GO.
Dealers in all kinds of hay and grain, seed, flour, bran, shorts, wool, etc.
THE DALLES, OREGON, .
Antelope Drug Company
ANTELOPE. OREGON I
Prescription work a principal feature of this store. No substitution.
Accuracy guaranteed. Mall orders receive careful attention and de
livered in return mall.
1 SELECT LINE OF PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES
We sire agents for the HODGE and DEERING HEADERS, QUEEN
BINDERS and MOWERS, and have a" complete line of shelf hard
ware of.all kinds. Our aim is to get the best goods we can buy.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENBED TO.
nnsarcisnuncunc eaiihrrca .
"BUR PRICES RIGHT"