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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1905)
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2H, lTOt.nt llie,Postoljlce nt Madras. Ore.,
inmer mc acioi uouktoss oi oiwni a,ioiy,
AfcRIL 27. 1905
The church directory pub
lished in The Pioneer is .some
thing of ii misnomer About
one-half of the appointments
are -kept Either these inf
lected dates should be filled' Or
The Bee, aR-col. quarto; which
haa made Tygh Valley its .resi-,
dence, and from its busy .aps
durance, shows no likelihood of
being a drone, is a new worker
in the journalistic hive. If has
-a thrifty'commnnity for-a iiomes
Long may it live and prosper
A correspondent writes thai-
the hens on the Armstrong ranch
near Culver are not slow when
'it comes to laying eggs. Eggs
have been found measuring s x
In circumference the small way
and seven inches around the
end. The hens do not claim
these as record breakers, but it
shows they are doing big things..
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movement. J3otu houses' ot tne
legislature haYevftdoptell reso
hltions calling tho attenticmof,
by treaty or otherwise, "tend
ing to limit -within reasonable
bounds and diminish in a
.marked, .degree, the ,urthcr.ini.
migration of . Japanese laborers
'to . the United States," It is
pointed out in various newspa
pers thtit there about 100.000
Japanese in the United States,
and that, of these, only about
S0O0 luivcT tended in San Fran
cisco from 1901 to 1904 but it is
feared Ihe end of the" Russo
Japanese war will throw a mil
lion or more, men on their own.
resources. Therefore an influx
of Japanese, mostly coolies in
search of work, is expected on
the western coast of the United
States. Even' nbw from Hawaii
climes the report, that the Jap
anese are likely to overrun that
island if Americans do not take
steps to prevent itT and" San
aaks judgment rkI'1 defendant for
tha mnu of $a.88!65 for tax rebate which
the court refused to pay.
raVran nrow,V 0f Culver, whs scon
oncSic streets last Wetfelay. , -Mr.;
rnr0WHj Informs UfiftlmtiWbas MMou.
which place he accepted a .position
some time ago,
kalta.of loea'rlnevllliiJloteJ. yMiQ plana ;
the proposed road
McPherson's hill vary
Estimates by the Pnnevilla"
greatly. One paper says it can
be done for 3500 and the other
thinks less than $2000 will do
the work Two practical iroad
builders of this part of Oregon
have said this road can be made
for about 61500. Quite a differ
"erice between this. and .the-, first
Now that newroad are being
opened in this part of the county
urovision should be made "to
have sign boards placed at even
-road crossing. Being situate3
oft' the main road going south
from Sbaniko aud Antelope.
Madias and vicinity are over
looked by many a desirable
fclass of citizens, and by capi
talists who have money to in
vest in development enter
prises. This is a matter of no
small moment and should be
looked after at once.
.Francisco pai)ers r state that
steamship agents nre.in Hawaii'
to deplete the plantation's in or
der to fill comrtfetscmade in the
United States. ' '
The ..probjera "contains as"
much of menace as the matter
of Chinese - immigration ever
did," declare'f tli SantdJClara'
Journal. The San Francisco
Argonaut, .says., the . people on
Pacific coa8t;wijl luve to fight
the battle alone since we ehall.
not be able at the .present time
to impose our beliefs about
fapahese exclusion upon the
people oi'iue nation oujUUUjUVu
of them who have been care
fully educated! to believe tlu
Jap a scharmihgi' little h'ero
me cjan r rancisco unronicie
points out that certain indus
tries are passing into the hands
of the Japanese, and that Jap'
ctuetie gang uiuur ih 'uispiaciug
while-labor in certain districts
by undei'biddingatr if tile pro
cess is continued there is going
to be trouble sooner or later in
rhe form of race riots and acts
of violence: "With-no idle
mouths to feed?' -saye The
Chronicle, "they hdrd an ojd
shacks, and can exist and Jay
up money where white men
with families to support would
County Seat 'Hews.
Madras will soon have the
distinctionof having the only
rural free mail delivery in Crook
'county, and it is a distinction
she will keep tor several years
to come. This will cause the
toutside world to open' its eyes
to the importance of this loca'i
ity, which is supposed to have
only a few snuggling settlers
But a rural free delivery which
has to have 100 families on the
I'oute within a given number of
miles, is least suspected of
this vicinity even in many poi
tions-of Oregon. Madras has
the country surrounding her to
make one of the best towns in
KEEP OUT THE JAPANESE.
The Literary Digest.
A Well dene'd'movement that
has b'een begun in California
for the restriction of Japanese
immigration, and the subject,
which has been touched tn
Jightiy heretofore, is invented
Dy tue racino coast papers
with' as much importance as is
tuircuuieu bu mo uiuuer ui uill
neset immigration. The move
ment was started by the San
Francisco Chronicle, which, in
daily editorials, dwelt upon the
menace of the Japanese invas
ion tp the business and social
life of California. Governor
Pardee, Lieu tenant-Governor
:Andrgqn, and. th$ 'State legis
lutnr -hay6 also joined- in the
" Orlzzly npft Vicinity..'.
Ji P. MontRomerjMuutlo a trip to
Madras labt wek" ' ' '
II. W. lLimlflon and B.. Wllle le(t
Momlay or. the Alberte. country. ,
Mies 'Haiel Wheeler spent JJaster
Sunday with the MIbhos Qulnnfl.
Sflfs June Ilttmllton la stttylug with
Mrs. George l.ytlo of Mud Springs.
J. L. MiCullough, of .Prlnayllle,
was feen on ourHtreels a few days ago.
Mifs Adti'Cralg spent EaatQr BUnday
at the holno of Ed Catuitull of Du-schules.
Louis I.arsen, of Frog Spring,. passed
through town on Sunday onrouto to
Wes Cain, J hu Buck man aud Orel
Moore, of Lanionta, wero scon on our
btreet the Qratof the week.-
li, H. and 11. W. Harailtou rnado a
busluees trip to the' 'county f-eal last
week, a)60, J. II, and AOiile Qulnn.
L. H. Hnmilton'e resldenco on his
tiomestead burned ou Monday of lata
week. The cause of the Are is tin-known.
Thexo was a Sunday. School ,or-
ganlzel at our echoo! house .last Bun-
lay. We hope all will attend and
make it a success.
"James Thomas, ot "Laraonta, ac-
Mrs. W. H. I'eck, of
Thursday in the city.
O. W. Miller, of Lamonta, was
ojur city last Wednesday. -
B. B. Helfrfh,. of Lamonta, spent
Friday aud, oatunfay in qpr miosc.
Jake Stroud, of Lamonta vicinity
payed this city a visit last Monday.
D. A. Cook, one of Haystack's ball
tossers, spent last Monday in the oily.
D. Lynchof Grizzly, spent Thurs
day iu town attending to business f
"Mrs. Wilson, of Mosow, Idaho, 1s .U
this city, the guest of her bod Chas. JV
L. H. Hamilon, of Grizzly, was ir
tlia citv last Monday on busiuess
W. E. Helfrlch was iu town
companled by his linole, Keathley
T.homns, of Ditur,1klted with ihetr
oouhIus the (ulnn children Jastwek.
Georcto liHle arrived froti HimMico
iruiglMilurvn inn : "" &.'."
Pou 8AI4K. Two tons of good whent
hay, A. P. Clark, eight miles north
..til.. Io l.n.fn a unvv tlt'n.alnrv liaV, A. I UIHT
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and speolfleatlona will soon bo ,com
pIpwX' iinjl wh'er? ncQepSj Wprk wljl
tiegm I turned lately. Mrs. M. L. Mo
Dovell has recently purchased tho
property add will' eobn. have' hotel
which will be a credit to tlie, town.
Unlit'" omiui ihmii uUMti
lil'lVmi tltonralud bfmcVo
United Staten from Rfoxico have grown
ported from Mexico In 1004 being,
therefore, 10 tlincn as groat a? in 187-1,
or'JirtyearsearllefiOo theother liaudj
exports., fro.U. thif rtUtj ted. Btatos to
Mexico havo grown from $5,010,830 In
1874 to $45l8rl4,720 III 190-1, tho expnrls
eight llmoH as great as in 1874.
MarsemsnVTftka Notkc. ' '
I wlll'He ntIahH'H tstahlB. with my
Perchoron SlaUloiijiJVlnce Corbet,Mon
day?, Wednesdays and Saturday.
FLQYD, Z. PEASE
THE MADRAS JEWELER -
WATCH, CLOCK JEWELRY REPAIRING
Ollluu In. Lena M. Lamb's Csl Storo
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Dry Goods,- 'Clothing,
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Trt now open for1 bi9ino88 in its hbw hotel
and uudur now management.
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: ruimlpTor ytni wttityour liomo nhOddou't foijuttuijo lo the
OM) STAND. '
McTAGGART & BYE
Has a Full Line of
Rice, Sago, Tapioca. Nice Dried Fruits. Excellent Cnnn,caFrulta nml Oanneil
Jleats. A jselect lino of Ureakfast Cereals.
CAN DIES AND N UTS
Including Caramels, Chocolates, Kisses.
TOBACCOS and CIGARS
HARDWARE & IMPLEMENTS'
HARNESS and SADDLES
Dry M Alfalfa Seed Bate Wirs, $4,65
Wu keep conHtautly on liami tlio beet
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
J. -F. Welgaiid wnd Fred Froeman
of Liimonta. were viBitore in town iaei
Vnraa WcCoiu was a -visitor iu. tin
city from IiIb rancli" iiear Culver, las
t). C. Halo was in the city last week
from his ranch near Culver, attending
tiueluesa u flairs.
Lee Peek and wife, of Culver, spent
several days ln"ourUy last .week-M-,
teiTdli business matters.
Artfolefl of Incorporation of Tlio First
Presbyterian Ciiurou of Hand was Hied
in the otllce of the 'County Clerk on
the J0th. ' ;
Itev. O. W. TrlpIettVnd Elder C P.
Bally left this .week for Culver, to hold
serVlces. Tbey will return here and
"hold meeilnga the last of the mouth.
Last TUeeday 'tli last will and
teslamout of Mrs, Margaret rBarah
Noble was tiled for probate. A. J,
Noble, son of tho deceased was named
as exeoulor of said estate.
JLcasowuH filed last Thursday in tho
circuit cuurl'by M. E Brink one of the
attorupya for A. N. Johnson, falust'
Crook couuty, The complaint ulle
WjS.pay the liighost market'prlco for Fat Cattle, Ilojrs, 8heep,
Butter, Eggs, and 'Farm Produce of all kinds.
GIVE U8 A CALL
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WILLIAMS & ROUSH
Madras - - Oregon
rJS do not claim to carry every thing but "wo art
in a position lo'lill ordinary wants from a well
selected sioek of Groceries, Boots and ShojEjs
and such things usually carried by a 'first-
clas 'country store af reasonable prices, Corn pare
oiir prices and (xuality with others before buying
elsewhere, and you will then trade with the
OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED
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Special attention 'to Wool Pdln and Haling for FttBt m ibip-
menu, dealers in uiacKOtniiri coai, JL.imo anu Duiniora jiavtfiiu-
of all kinds. Sulphur, Wool and Grain Sacks artO Twino, Grab,
Flour and Feed. Highest prico paid for Hides and PclU. 8toci
Yards with all the latest and best facilities for handling Stock.
Mark Goods Care of .
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Heat and artistic
prices are right
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