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(SEAD THfE Al5ygRflSE"MNt'S IN 'TH1 KONEER.
'tMY TlSlX' YOll WHERE TO FlfiD THE 'BARGAIN'S.
MADRAS, OROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, APRIL 27. 1905.
. . , .
m i. IMSON
(3I0IAN AND SURCEOH
Ofllcti III I'H'K Ht"rc'
SageliriMli Springe Notes.
John Trotter spent last Saturday In
Mm. Bllnabetb Porolval spent East r
Suntlay with the Vlbuerls oil the Dig
Grain In this vicinity la looking
well, though a good, soaking rain
would he welcome.
V, V. and It. A. Urown grubbed and
sowed about 10 acres of sagebrush land
last week. They plowed It nut with a
4-liorae riding plow.
Home of the boys from this vicinity
took In the dauce at Joseph Stewart's
nearHclsler last Friday evening. Al
good crowd and a jolly tlroo are re
FLOUR MILLIS BUILDING
Construction of the Building Com
menced this Morning.
OUTPUT TO IE 50 IARRELS
Mill to Be Three Sterles Werk will
be Pusfeetf Fast m Workmen
Can Do It.
SOTARY PUBLIC AN?
), S. COMMISSIONER
m OREGON BANKING CO
v. J. W ftvnrln I'rt'n : H- A, MwiV, Vice
rtw. V- V li-ifinmti cornier.
l(ll MOCKt .."'. ."r-'-'
ION' EXCllANUK IlOf'ilIT ASM wM.I).
L-rn fs aU. i' wits of thu voitl.l.
lfion;-J. Krolirli, It. A. Mwift!, T.
uft.W. LujcJ, A. K, Hammond, Ji II. foe.
"Work on the new flour mill
of the Madras Milling & Mer-
ConsMorable fonclne Is beintr donn Can-Ne Company was expected
botweon here and Young's, so travel- to commence this morning. The
lor cannot strike across tho country comtmnv had exnectarl tn stnrt
OllKOON ! on horseback or in wnimttM tvlilirni' I ... i ,i. . . .
- - - - n - - i i ii m fin i nil m ill i -t v h.amhm.1
i i i l i i W1U .11111 IBOb JUUIJUct V,
running Into barbed wire. u., . it . ,
t. .1 i i i .it. ... wu" wiiiir 10 me oaa roaas
Recently after ho had baled nut his I, ,. . 7.7 . ,
well to dig It doener. W. W. Brown rwul,,S 10 11,0 8wmm in Hie
dug about five feet before he iiruck 'mountains it has been very dif-
waier again. o was apprehensive lioult to obtain anv kind f
that the Water had ulsanneared for j .1
goou nwuucij mm up 10 ine present
Work commenced a week Buo i... weeK it iim been about Impos-
Moudny on the grado oir the Ulg I'lnln Btlo to haul out timber for sills
around l'orclval Point, and about 400 and other Inro- tiIpppn with
yards have been completed. Consul
ablo blasting Is being done. FlfU-en
und 20 nieu are working every day.
r 1 ... 1
ieo. u DiaKeiy
Ths Reliable Druggist.
Carrie lh large! -took
of triiK and drii-l-U
junilrlcn In KaMrrn Ore
jim, (ilioto niipi'lk-n
el nl vlll roiolvo
which a building of this kind
will have to be constructed
Teuma are bringing out the
With (He June number will benin The "inui as rapiaiy as possioie,
Pacific Monthly's series of special editions "d the construction of the mill
ror the yenr 1905, They will comprise a will be pushed rapidly as possi
numbcr lor Portland, 'for Seattle, for bio to completion.
-Southern California, for San Francisco and Xfr. Pntts. TireHirlfint of tha
the souvenir number of the Lewis and ...:nt ,1... n
I lli-y 1. vnniilinn ilci i .n.i.1 n i n I ' v 1
mobile number. The article of IV. ,UI" nm 1,ttVC un UUliJU,'
wnii vnn srMi.ran.! .1. ,n Mmi. about 50 barrels per day. The
"The Coming Supremacy 0f the Pacific' "Uliaing Will be dUx40 feet and
arc also promised, and the plans con-1 have three stories and a base
templated by the publishers will, without meit. The engine and boiler
question, place The Pacific Monthly far room will be erected. jU8t back
m aavance, not only 01 present competi- of main building.
nrindirfil lifrmlnri nri Mnin rVik I 0
The Pacific Monthly is sold to regular company Will in IU6 IU
subscribers at the tMremely low price of t,,ra ert a Store building about
Jiaycir. WcllaVt Inade an arrange 140X70 leet, DUt work on tins
mcnt with the publishers by which we are will not commence until the
able to offer it in connection with The mist mill in rthnnr. r.nmnWnrl
f'irst clans Weals anil beds,
l'rlces reBVMbrc. Head-
Iqasrtefsfor allstHgo lines.
Si,7S a year.
(both publication) for
)ur mldi In In nf.fl of rfimlm
V U jfmi hftm to mi- r iiuw one,
J riui Uii bvtiurthaii lowrlto
PRACTICAL WATCH nhd
IE DAkLfeS OlRE.,
i--uuuiuBa upocIuHj. Denier In
I irun wneels, ctjHhlnVu. r,,i,i,n.
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Hti SCRIP FOR SALE
ll! KiiidHOl Uftyejriiliiunt
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u,h "AU.1W. OltKdON.
''cto'r mardS "
nSi Wagon Covers
Him sol 1'rlw..
CO TO THE
MAORAS DRUG STORE
Druggists' Sundries and
A Complete Line of
Stationery, Jewelry, Etc.,
M. B. SNOOK, Proprietor.
KKM Sldt Main 8(rcot. Mftdra',, Ottgim
and ready to take
NAVAL BATTLE IMMINENT
. M.u:k, l'relU'0nr.
T. M, im.mn,v, CnSlilvr.
Wii'i. Wirrivvtti.r:iiJ Vlry I'rfln.
II lULimi.v, A-..it."C'Anlilfr.
The First National Bank
OF NEVILLE, OREGON
Vnitnl, HurpliiH mill t'lnllvMcil
PAris, April 21. 11 the French author
I ities are to be believed, news of momentous
import may be expected from the Far
Kast very soon, as, according to Foreign
Minister Delcasse, the Russian fleet under
the command of Vice-Aomiral Rojestven
sky sailed early on Thursday from Kam
ranh Bay. Its destination is unknown
but it is believed here that it will now sail
to endeavor to locate the Japanese fleet
and give battle.
Naval experts here believe that the third
Pacific Squadron of the Russiau navy,
which is commanded by Admiral Neboga
off, has joined Rojestvensky, and thft the
latter now has ready to face the Japanese
eight first class battleships, three second
class battleships, three armored cruisers
and a number of other vessels of not
quite so good a type. He is also believed
to have received large quanities of am
munition which had been shipped to him
some time ago to have fihed the coal
bunkers of his ships, and generally to have
placed his command in condition to give
a good account of ftsef.
IGOROTTES AT THE FAIR
East End Clothing Store
JOE COHEN, Pnop.
(toMl'MiTK J. INK OK
'' 'fjfoj, 't&TH,' fe'rtOKH A'lt CI.OTIUNO,
l will pay you to ;ot our pflrCB tiuforo pur.
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1A fWHONTi 8l. Till, DAI.I.IW, OltKtfoN.
AUb briindl Rl titnw Vrtlluy, Oregon,
'(iorr'yhig tliu DoiikIhh Shoo.
;HN1tY L KUGK
VxtTAc'ri kit bv
Harness Jiid Stock Saddles
cow'lioY tivtvhb a JiV.cVtY.
jlcsTojc In ColUrii, Whip, l(oisn iut n k,'1'
rl Jliio ihiriiu Kurijl'lihiK' f)ood(), Toiitu
t(lia,aiiu vnm Covers. AH work guar'
&Mi BoillHlt tit,
Skattle, Washington. April 19. Dr.
T, K. Hunt reached Seattle tonight with
a nartv of ci lgorroteS for the Lewis and
Clark Exposition. "One sihall Negrito
hoy and three white assistants complete
the party. The Igorroles will be held
here for a short tune, and Vhay give local
1 ' . ... n. 1 V ..11 . I rn : I
exmumons. a ncir vniagc on uic 1 run
will be built when the details are settled
wan tne exposition omciais.
A canao, or native dance, lasting for
tlnee days, followed the return of Dr.
Hunt's patty from St. Louis, and when he
sought to gather his parly for the trip to
Portland, over 300 asked to nccompany
him. 'Only 'five persons, Including 'Julio,
n native interpreter, are with the Portland
as well as 'the St. Louis'parties.
Dr. Hunt, when he'left Portland, talked
of brjnglng representatives of five villages.
Tile fact that the 'igorroles took in
$2oi,o6o at St, 'Louis, while other villages
barley paid expense,' decided the com
pany in favor of bringing Uonto'c Igorrotes
T.he PioneertgiVea 'the Tie Wd,
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
"What a fine fellow Percy's, isl" re
marked a business maa ost day to a
"Yes," rejoined the lawyer, "ho to.
But ho has been with tbo K.'s," nam
hitf a great corporation, "for ten years
now. and be Is Hotting only J1G0 pet
month. He has. a wife asd three cttl
Uren, and, with their tastes, I tnHCf
they hare all they can do to live com
fortably, lie ought to be earning mors
With his education and capacity."
"Why doron't he rise faaterr
"I'll tell you. He doesn't rise ntld ha
can't rise until he learns how to get
along with people. He can't manage
men at all. If he tries he gets biinaelf
dlHllked, BBd he keeps tbem In a con
stant state of Irritation."
A similar conversation was recently
Overheard between two baalncss men.
8uld one: "I hear that young Paul O.,
only four years out of college, has
been placed at the head of the T.
brnueh of the Y. company. I didn't
know he war so smart. What Is bis
"He Is a great fellow to get nlong
with peoph?," answered the other man.
io innn wotuu or eoante be put is a
place of such responsibility without In
tegrity, fair quickness and ability and
h good education. But there are scores
Ot men Who bare all of those qualities,
nud yet they do not go forward be
cause they cannot exercise authority.
If they receive any they either make
the men under theni trowi nnd rctlve
by petty tyrannies ttf elms they are too
good natured ahd lose the rvnpect of
the men, bHj Impeded on by tbem and
flou't get good work odt of thtra, It
secmn to be the rarest thing lrt the
world to find youtift lhh Who hart dig
nity and keenness elldUgh id tnhihtaib
discipline and ret cah Hlnkt? their snu-
ordlnates bear the yoke, ebeeffully and
render good acrvlce."
A third young man wsb character
ized by the president of a great rail
road thus: "I haven't bad a chance tta
talk with him and find out how much
he kiiowa, but I have watcbed him scl
eral times as be manipulated a gang of
men, and he has for weeks managed
them wonderfully. We have rarely had
a man In our employ who could get so
much work out of a lot of men nnd at
the same time could keep them so de
cently good temperedj' Independfluc
been that the hogs were properly rung be
fore turning them on the MA. The alfalfa
was cut often during the season, setting
the mower high.
Brood sows in alfalfa country, being
fed continually on this green, high protein
feed, keep fleashy, but not fat, and large
litters are the natural results.
The Utters arc Often bom In the pasture
lot and get nothing but alfalfa pasture un
til they are ready for the feed lot. At
this time they are targe, Ivealthy, growthy
shoals with strong bone and constitution.
This is the kind that puts on fat quick and
Establish an alfalfa hog pasture on your
own farm. Sow several atfres this spring.
Select clean, well drained soil) and sow
twenty pounds of choice seed per acre.
Study alfalfa conditions, ahd if you don't
succeed the first time try it agaiu. It will
pay you well for your trouble,
An alfalfa hog pasture is the best and
cheapest investment a farmer Can make,'
A. L. Cottrell, in Wallaces.1
"' - s - .
Should not Use Exclusively.
A swine breeder says: Atfalfa Is a
splendid feed for hogs, but should not
be used exclusively, for the reason
that It produces , what la known aa
alfalfa belly, which Is very undesira
ble later on when the hogs begin to
fatten, because- of the fact, that it re
quires feed and time to work it of!.
Alfalfa alone, he says, is too rlcb, and
It is often the case that little pigs will
often be found dead from gases pro
duced by too much alfalfa, and that
deaths from tbis cause are often mis
taken for cholera.
County Assessor J. D. LaFollelt re
turned this week from tbo northern
part of the country where he baa fin
ished his work of assess Ide nrooert?.
care of the At present be is at Bisters working In
the Black Butte precinct. Mr. La
Follett stated Monday that owing to
the census this year he would be com
pelled to make a second trip over the
ground already covered in order to
enumerate the population, industries
and various products of the county.
The additional work will consume
many weeks as no provision has been
made for the employment of deputies.
In Linn county, 16 deputies have been
detailed to do nothing but take the
census. Crook County Journal.
It is rumored here that the Oregon
King mine will be pumped out next month,
and that the company owning it will re
sume operations at the mine. Another
rumor says that the Vnine will be pumped
dry in 'order that it may be examined by
a pVosettive purchaser. Anything look
ing to a resumption of activities in the
Ashwood district will be welcomed by the
people of this section who are enterested
in the camp, and we hope that the report
of the early opening Up 'of the King mine
has some foundation. Antelope Herald;
0. ft. t6cnV&taeV8 little. 4 y eat old
boy was attaoked by a venomous
frog last Monday, while playing iu
the door yard about home, iu this
oity, and was bitten du tho leg with
such a poisonous eilect that Dr. Logan
was called. The leg was badlyBWoIen,
und tho llttlo fellow suffered quite.
severely. This Is the first oaue of the
kind we ever heard of. Moro Observer.
Tho telephone line between Laidlaw
nud Bend whs completed Saturday and
communication establleed to all points
along the line. It la expected that the
Madras lino will bo (1 nibbed u a BhOrt
time. Crook Coupty Journal.
BIG - OPENING - SALE
Our DRY GOODH have arrived and our Open
ing Sale will continue for the next 10 days.
EVERY FftEfGHTEB BRINGS US NEW GROCERIES
Bring Us Your Butter and Eggs
LENA M. LAMB, Prop. I
MADRAS, - OREGON
Jnst received, a new linb of Donglns Shoes. We quote a few prices;
Kangaroo Kid, a tine dress shoe, at Vici KtJ, also a good dress
shoe, at M-io. Box Calf illiichef at ff.00. Como iu and see our beauti
ful lino of Boys' and Ml-li's liats In all tliii new shapes and- colon rang
ing in price from .c to Si: Everything: lit the Grocery line. The best
Teax and Coffee i-'ine Hams aud Hacon. The best lard In the land.
Alo good cooking and cfitliig Apples. Do not forget us when, yon need
Building r ajfer and Barb' Wire". ,
T. J. MaMoy
Alfalfa As A Hog Pasture.
Few farmers realize the value of alfalfa
as a hpg pasture. When you consider
that with alfalfa pasture and hay pork can
be produced for i to 1 cents per pound
.a . .1 9 1
tie proposition is wen wortn consiueration.
The writer knows of a three-acre alfalfa
hog pasture which is now ten yearsApkh
ttvery year uunng tins time mis pasture
has'supportcd from loo to 125 hogs ' per
season, which is from the 1st of April to
the middle of November, TlVe pasture
today is nearly as good as it was at first.
"and. indications are that it is good for an
other ten years ol service.
The secret of-preserving this field has.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
AT SHANIKO IS
LV A HOWELL'S
Careful drivers. Best of hay and" grain.
Carries the Largest, and Best selected
stock of gents' and ladies ready-hiade
oloihing of any store in Crook county.
Latest atylBSj beet fit, lowest pribds;
also a full tiri'd complete line of every-,
tiling needed by the farmer and stock'-'
man. Sent in a trial order an'd be
WURZWEILER & THOMSON
Wineville, ;....; .Oregon