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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1905)
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"3. . .s-SSWJM flic oysters not only grew rapidly and be'
1. IT! 4 -J? 1'T I ... r.ill,. A,nnA kill Ihou tiovo I ho
By R.UTH SANTELLE
V Copyrisk 1904. br T. C McOurt
Ij t ,t..,.!..T..!..T....T.if..!..T
Tlio buslios nt Iho top of the steep!
MRlrn vCai)in, M. W. A., No. 86.
NotJro la hereby Riven thnt tlio midor-
MmSs every second nnd fourth Saturday BlRhect has boon, liy tho County Court of
i.f Wri month nt 8 n m. Frank J. Brooks, tlio'JSlato ot Oroxtm for Crook pounty duly
ofcacliriionUintHp.ni raiiK j. urooks, Kll , nU,im,fltrator of tho oatato of
Consul C. W. 11. bnook, Clerk. Visiting i.lU iiMliiff9.docuRHtcl. rcncl all nersoiis
fine flavor of the best article from the At
antic Coast. Those which were sent to
T lk nnel lielnti uuM ikn r.!-nnr.l f I n.dirlllmra COrillllll V IHVUihI tO AttOllrf.
br. M. M. Davis, of Newoort. who. with Lelu Camp, ltoyal tfoluhbor.i of A "i ; ,"Y ?' 1 T i , .i V . i n ..
'some others owns several acres of the Meets every second and fourth Friday of (,f m. K. Hrllik, in I'rlhuvlllt', Oio., vltliln
:fc . , . . k each month at 8 ii.in. M. E. Snook, Oracle, six iihiiiUim rroni too ctnto oi mo nrsi pun
having claims ugnlnst said estate arc
nnesi oyster uca on me wrceon coast. . ,. t,.nr.tn- vc.iiCi... i.tli.
. I U ill. XAnilll, itwumuti i la...
vvnuc yesterday s carioau win piantoui welcome.
two acres of this bed, a like amount will
bauk parted, nud a girl dashed down be planted each year, until tle entire tract
llio faintly worn pntii, mmilng witu a
light spring on the narrow strip of peb
bly boacb. Wltbout n breath of hesita
tion uho seized the prow of tbe little
ptoel boat, gave n vigorous push, a
practiced leap nnd stood poling swiftly
over tho shallows wltb one oar. The
blue lino of deep water reached, she
tlroppcd Into tho scat and rowed wltb
long, strong strokes. Half across the
nriu of the lake, that lay between the
mainland nnd the little Island toward
which sho was pulling, she rested on
"Hm-ml" This In a tone of mild
surprise. "Tho bloodthirsty pursue!
taocen't seem to bo gaining very rapid
ly. Not n sign of blin yet Guess I
giro hlni a little chance. I've excuse
enough for wanting to remodel mysolf,
And she raised her arms, bared to
-the elbow nnd brown against the white
of ber gown, to a mass of tawny balr,
.very bewltchhigly disheveled from tbe
precipitousncss of her launching,
"I'm morally certain he saw me, too,'
she reflected, braiding tbe heavy coIJa
into a Bhining rope that more than
reached tho floor of the boat as she sat,
"for be came around tbe corner of tbe
piazEu just as I crossed, the road into
the thicket. I should think he'd want
to say goodby after after everytbin,
But I don t care! i said i d never
speak to him again, and I shan't!" She
seized tbe oars and pulled the remain
lng half mile witu vicious, snappy
1 It would have been much cooler back
In the evergreens, but she disposed
herself on tbe open sand with tbe pil
lows, book and parasol which formed
part of tbe boat's furnishings. The
bright scarlet sunsbude was thus un
mlstakably visible from the mainland.
The warm discomfort of her vigil
was at length rewarded by the output
ting of a boat With a single white flan-
neled occupant. The scarlet parasol
swung around and presented a broad
Bido view to tbe water. When tbe on
coming boat was half across, the girl,
her back persistently toward It, gath
ered up her belongings and betook her
self calmly to tbe friendly shadows a
few yards away.
Tbe novel must have been intensely
Interesting, for she had apparently not
taken her eyes from its pages during
all the time that an athletic looking
fellow was beaching a boat, crossing
the sand and throwing himself on tbe
ground at her feet.
"I came over to say goodby, Bess,"
he volunteered to tbe back of tbe book.
: No answer.
' "And to ask you to forgive me."
"Won't .you forgive me, Bess?" with
Oyer tbe top of the book be was
given an instant's burning glance of
"Ob, I know you told me never to
speak to you again," and-' I don't sup
pose, you'll answer me either. I was a
fool not to get at least your forgiveness
last night, but some way I was too
too stunned, I guess. But whether
you'll speak to -me or not I must have
the privilege of saying a few things
that I want you to know. If if you'd
Just put the book down and let me
know that you're bearing, Bess!" he
The leaves of tbe novel only turned
"I'm going on the 5 o'clock train," he
said tentatively. "It seemed tbe only
thing to do to make it easier for for
both of us after after everything.
But probably you beard that I am go
Jug. I was simply thinking that as
."we'll presumably never see each other
Wain It wouldn't do any harm and
is supplied. As It takes four or five years
for theoung oysters to (utly mature and
be ready for market, this system vvi have
fresh oysffis coming on every year when
once they become marketable. The men
arc going into oyster propagation as a
business proposition and are confident of
NOTICE FOR PUBLipATION.
Department of tlio Interior.
taml Ofllce at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
April 11), IWi,
Notice I hereby given that the following
hamed Kettlcr lift filed notice of lilx intention
to make, Hunt proof In Mipport of hi claim,
and that said proof will be made before 1). f .
Itea, IT. H. Cummlmloncr, nt Madrait, Oregon.
ou June 10, HXV, vl:
Kachary T. McdlarRiie,
llontlfin ciT thU notlei
'Ditto of first publication or this nolle
; Nov. 17, WOi. KDKUTCIIBH, ,
Administrator of tlio Estate of John J itlc-t
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION.
Department of the Iuteilor,
Land ORlco at Tho Dallen, Oregon,
April 10. M.
Nutli-o U hereby given that tho followliiR
named nvttler ha tiled notice of hl intention
to make Dual proof In support of hcrclalin,
and thnt nald proof will ho mado before I). 1'.
In addition to the Atlantic Coast Oyster, of Madra., OrcKon,H.K.No. I3,ur thosw . CummlMloner, at Madras, Oregon,
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nt - . i ,, I p.i nvv . ll .& , I v, nil. linn 1, u i-vu I
linn e r- ti..n -t rt . r nl.nt n rii.nl I I ' ... . ri ' I ... i . I
bed of the big Heroshinio oyster from the He name! the following wltncwex to prove
Japanese Coast. The conditions of the M1'8 H"" rystdeuco upon and cultivation
' .1 , l of yam iano, vu:
Pacific Coast aie more like those of lapanl. 0 X Hanta, w H Ciok, II Cook, A 8 l'hlllli.
than of the Atlantic seaboard, and, it is alt of iladrax, Oregon.
possible that the big Japanese oyster will 27-Jt MICHAEL T. NOLAN, ItegUter
do even be ter than the Old Point Com
fort variety. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Harriet It. MartiuU
of Madron, Oregon, II. K. No. 1,M7, for tho netf
see. t, tp VI x, r lit , w in.
Hho names tho following wltiicxnex to prove
her continuous rcHldeneo uppti nnl pultlva
tlon of xaid land, vlx:
W It Cook, .1 H Drown, of Hayntark, Oregon;
II.uiH Nisneu, C N llalita, of Madron, Oregon.
a'27-Jt Michael T. NoUH, Ileglxtor.
WE HANDLE THE FAMOUS
ParfjQLrJar attention ijs called to the
CITY WELL FOR GOHDGH
Depurtmcut of tho Iuterior.
Land Ofiico at The Dalles, Oregon,
April 10, IMS.
Notice Is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of her Intention
to make rlual eommutatioit proof In xupimrt
I am prepared to Locato
On Government Lands rotitlgitoiii to the
A contract for drilling the n;w city well of her claim, and that said proof will be made Columbia Southern ltallroad survey! nuarter
Wi s.WH n Ut q,t,,rH KrtlvM before D. I. Ilea, U. S. Commissioner, at Mad sections thnt aro all ciiltlvatablo; p.( the! best
was signed up last Saturday between loamy soli within one-half to fouf mtpt pf
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Aiayor Keisacner ana Kecoraer uoodwin sulo O. Anden-on,
acting for the city and James W. Green. Madras, Oregon, II. K. No. v.i.m, for tho e
n n..n ,.li Ariu f b j neKsecJ.undw4 mv sec'JI, tpllis.riae,
l he contract calls for a well io inches in She names the following witnesses to prove
diameter not to exceed looo feet in depth, horcontlntiocta residence upon and cultivation
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except by special agreement, the city to
have the right to stop drilling at any time
that a sufficient amount of water is ob
tamed. The price agreed upon is to be
$6 oo per foot to a depth of 500 feet,
53800 for 600 feet, $4700 for 700 feet,
$5700 for 800 feet, $6700 for 900 and
$Sooo for 1000 feet
If the well is less than ' 300 feet deep
when completed the city agrees to pay
transportation charges on the drilling ma
chinery from Portland to Condon but if
the well exceeds that depth the contractor
stands th.tt expense. Work is to begin at
the earliest possible momet but must not
be later than May 15, 1905.
Mr. Green's machine has a capacity of
of said land, vlx
K M Smith, V 0 ItutcliliiMin, C It Hayes, M T
I'ratt, all of Madras, Oregon.
ai7-jl Miciiakl T. Nolan, Iteglster,
railroad survey; some select locutions having
water. First como find rc-ved.
Dwert Lamd Final Proof.
NOTICE FOR PUHLICATfON.
Department of. the Interior.
l S. Laud Office, The Dalles, Oregon,
April 10, liHij.
NoUce Is hereby given that
John C. Hotter,
of Antelope, Oregon, has Hied notice of Inten
tion to make proof on his docrt-land claim
No. 43s, for the nviHvM sec 17, tp 0 , r 15 c, vr m,
before Max Lueddemami, V. 8. Cominltxioner,
at Antelope, Oregon, on the 7th day of June,
He names the following witnesses to prove
the complete Irrigation and reclamation of
H Leslie Prlday. of AnteloiKS. Orciron. Itobert
20 o Icet and it is the intention of the city O Carland, of Haystack, Oregon, Elward o
to keeD point? down until an amnle sunnlv "oucr' Mmoru Blu,nz-01 Antelope. Oregon.
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for all city needs is secured.
Michael X. Nolax, ItegUter.
AFGHANISTAN IN DANGER
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Tbe Dalles, Oregon,
April 10. 19U5.
Notlne if hereby Klv'en that the fnJ.
lowiug-named settlur bna filed notice
the pcnnlo? ia one of the
duties of every aucceaafui
busiuesa IiiHtilHtlon. Ii la
the secret of thrift.
will do the Having In your
grocery bllln, If you trade
wltb him. This h uot Idle
I DEIRING BINDER I
I Tim best Binder on the market, ;1
I WE SELL THE BEST AND SAVE YOU MONEY IN THE TRANSACTmI
FRANK IRVINE, Genera! Mercbl
I KEYSTONE HOd AND CHICKEN WIRE FENCE. I
KOlt 8ALK J1V
I SANFORP & SILL, SHANIKO, OB J
j j nTi1 1 . onTM" 1 1 1 11 1 i 1 1 hi n 111 11 r - 1 n '"1
'A. Jut let me explain."
3RlIa!n!" 8be flashed, unaware,
her lip and turned another
'U far from being nn
'The first thing I
mr i iftiAnr i nni vnn
for the re
tar tbl Itaa been
WJ lilJllMl to
Bomay, April 25. The Times, com-
mentipg on tbe recent liberal opposition
..,.., , - , inwiuB-narDfa seuiur nnfl iiieci notice
in the British house of commons to the f bis Intention to make finul proof in
strengtnening 01 tne north western frontier suppnn or urn cinini, unci (lint said
prooi win ne made npfore I). i. Kea, U.
v i:nnimiKiiiiiifr. nr. Muiiru i)n.ir,in
u ji iuiuv nit iuipuiaiii.c ui nit lliauci, 1 mi JUUe IU, lu0, VIZ;
t asterts that a Russian army 200,000 Jutne- C. Rtoner,
strontr is concentrated in Central Asia, of aiailrHB. Orueiiii, II. K. Nn. 12.809.
that the Russian force is within striking ,or ,ue HW- "- -- P l s. r 13 e, w in.
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"c "uium uic MHHIWIMK Wllliop-es
to prove 1'Ih conttiiiioiiH rtfbldence udoii
auu cMiiivauoii 01 paid land, viz:
F M Mellon, S P lxjvli.tr. Milen F,x.
uiuiries tlayt, nil or MucJruH, Oregon
a27Jl . MiohaUlT. Nolan,
Why not snVo your peuules
by trading with
distance of Herat, Afghanistan, which it
could capture in a week.
The Afghan aimy is degenerated into a
trure rabble, the whole country is losing
the cohesion it possessed under the late
ameer. The hold of Habibullah Khan,
the present ameer, upon Afghanistan is
The completion of the Russian-Ore n
burg railroad has revolutionized the whole
situ i-.ion. The Russian central Asian
ar ny could walk over unsupported Afghan
stan without the slightest djfliculty. 1 he
need for watchful ptepaiedness on the
Indian frontier was never greater than now.
Hrst Sunday, morning and evening,
Free Methodists Ilov E. il. Mortnuore,
Second Sunday, moritlng atid evening.
Mennonlto Brethren Itev. Jl. Pontius,
Third Sunday. Monilngi M. . class,
led by II. F. linden. KvEiiing! Flrsi
Baptist Church, lUv. 0. V. Triplet!,
Fourth Sunday, morning and evening.
M. K. tjliitrrli P.ev. C. I. Coidis, pastor.
Fifth Sunday, morning and evenin.
First Baptist Church-Bey. 0. W. Triplet!,
Sunday school at 10 a. in. aeh Sunday .
II, II, Curtis Biiptjrlvi endent.
MKTKOIUir HIM. PI8TKICT.
Ocrninu M, E. Cliurrh, ltcv. E. .1.
rrnKlIo, pastir. Sunday t-chool at lJX
K. m., John lioffwim, Sr., Kiipurluteml-
t. Preach Hp services at WiM) a 111. unci
NOTICE FOR PUBLiCAIION.
Depart me tit of the Iulcrlor.
Tjind Ofllco at The Dalles, Oregon,
April 10, 1003.
Notice i hereby given that the followlnc-
nainod Kettler ha Hied notifcof her intentfuii
to uinke final proof f n Hupport of bin claim.
nnd that caicl proof will he made iKfore J. J.J
ntnitn. cfiuiity clerk, ut PriiievHie, OrtKon, oir,
June 13, 1005, vlx:
Mary II. I'ltzcr,
of Grizzly, Oregon, H. K. No. 7297, for theeU
nwj, nuJ4 jiey,-ne4 nw kec 10, tpl2, r!5
e, w. m,
She narnti the fojlotviiig irltnjuitii to prove
hercontJiiiiouH roaidenru Upon and cultivation
of liaid laud, viz:
JIauxcl '.Vheclcr, GcorBe Dee, Mamie Dee, of
irizziy, Oregon j b h UourIhk, of Hay Creek,
a)-iii25 MICIIAKL T. NOLAN. Hetdiiter.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of llio Interior.
Land Oflicc at Tho Ualle, Oregon,
April 10, iir.
Notice I hereby given that Iho following
ciainid nuttier ha filed nollcef lit m Intention
to make final proof in nupport of hla claim.
and that aald jiroof will las made before I). I. I
itea, U.K. Coiniiilwiloner, at Madran, Oregon, 1
June , lt)-', viz:
Lafayette Pouglav, I
of Madran, Oregon, II. K. No. 10,.5, tor the
nw'i cc 2t). tp 10. r U e, w In. '
Ho name the following wltncioc to prove
iiiu contlittiotiH ?eldeuco upon and cultivation 1
of tiald lund, viz: '
Frank Eikliw, J I! Campbell, William UrAii
TIME TABLE KO. 10.
Effective July 3. lt.
Hay i: Jn
11. in a.m.
10.21 a. in
flA'i a. in
H. 10 a.m.
I'or ratcx and other Information apply to
H. K, LYTLK, O. F. v r. A.
K. J. Wuok, Agent, Hhaniko, Ore.
YOU WANT THE NEW
$1.50 PER YEAR
It tells Just what you want to know about,
Madras and the development of North
ern Crook County.
Remember your friends In the East are
Interested In Oregon. Send them
so that they can see that Crook County
Is the best portion of Oregon, and that
this is the Garden Spot of CROOK.
BUY LOTS IN
j.w. German wJiool and. Catechism better arid Mm. Ellen Logan, all of Madia, j
I by partftr Saturday at 2,1)0 j,. in. MICJIAKL T. NOLAN, j
tfrntof mkm vvvry Siuulay at 10 a. m.
rs, tblrd iuii4ay at 11 a. in,
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NOriOfi iOH 1'rjUI.IOATION.
Depurtmeiit of the Interior.
JmuA Offlee at The Dallex, Oregon,
April 10. lixtf.
Notice l hereby gh'On that the following
named net tier haH lied notice of hln inteiitlon
to wake final proof In Mipport of Iiiu claim, '
nd that td proof will bo mado before tho
Ke!errt4 Receiver, at Tho Dalle, Oregon,
onXy3l,MK, vli; )
Oore W. Miller,
Wmmk, uron, h. k. no. K212, tor the eyi
N i fltf,T W W M,
ww in Mmwtm$ wuwe ki prove
wfeftw uw turn uUiratiou
man. Mm mm Mly, J
A D R AS
Gomlns Induslrial Center of Central Orei
A Big Flour Mill novy building.
Modern 8toree now running nnd otliurs
All roada to Madras lead down liill
from every direction and are the only
gr od roads in Eastern Oregon
Pine Water easily obtained in wells
from 12 to 20 feet deep.
Moat equable climate in Central Oregon
The Auto road pase through Madras.
The Columbia Southern will
Tho center of a farminc country big
and better than Sherman county,1
does not require irrigation to pro"'
oioi)8 of any kind of grains, fi'H
Loner TIliirHiii' T.ilnhohe conned
with the outside world will feoun lWJ
Lots J 'om $50,00 and up.
For parlieular JtKjUIrt of
D, I. RCA, Socretury Mad rim TownsJtc Cmfmay, Madr8 0i