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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1905)
Ubc IQadras Pioneer,
Published every Thursday by
-THE 1'IONEKlt PUBMSHINO CO.-
SUBSORIPtlON RATES !
One vcnr SI. 50
ijtx moiitlis , 1.00
AnVKHTISJXO IIATUS OK At'l'MCATlON
Knto.icd ns second class innt'er Aiujust
S'.i, JDOI, At the Pastof fieo at Mndras, Ore.,
under the Act of Congress of Marches, 187!',
TilURSDAY, MAY 11 1P05
Don't wish it would quit rain
ing. No doubt it will atop in
time to allow planting of gardens.
The 0. Man at Moro doesn't
trouble himself any about giving
credil for item he swipes from
his exchanges. Of course a
news item doesn't amount to
very much, but if it is worth
clipping, it is worth a credit.
Is Madras to celebrate? It
our nation's birthday is to re
ceive the observance which is
its due, steps should be taken
at tmce to once to see that the
4th of July is given fitting
The sensational tendency ol
the Portland Daily Journal Lb
again manifest in the printing)
of the last letter and an iudif
ferent drawing by Frank Gng-
lielmo. Can it contend that
this soot of rot helps to elf vat
appointed to sec that tho grounds nro
pat In1 condition and to look after such
other convergences aa will beuelll thp
Tuero are several quite good iudt
vhlual'hnseball players in this vicinity,
and it is likely . team could be formed
hero which A-otild win at least two
third? its gntp.es. At this time tho
boys most need to be traiutd to "get in
the game" and. to have team wurfc de
Haystack and Madraa playew have
made.au unviable record tafeaeebal
matters in tiie past ami., it ouly needs
that they learn the -gamo awl o In
with a determination to wia to assure
that they will give a good account of
themselves this season.
Grizzly and Vicinity.
Poultry Industry In United Kingdom
We enjoyed a very nice, rain the first o
Sheep shearing began at the Morrow &
Keenan ranch last week.
Al. Eastwood made & business trip to
the coupty seat last week.
N. F. McCoin, of . Lamonta, passed
through town Sunday, enroute to his sheep
At present writing Grandpa Lovekt is
ery sick. We hope to hear soon of his
John Lewis started for Shaniko the first
of the week, loaded with Morrow 2c Keen
L. H. Hamilton, assisted by several of
liis neighbors, moved his residence Sun
toy Irom the suburbs to Main street.
Henry Montgomery and Porter Quinn
visited at the county seat last week. C.
Montgomery and son, Joseph, were also
jfortiana nas just passed
.through a hot campaign for the
nomination of city officers
Hon George H. Williams, the
present incumbent, has received
the nomination for mavor,
William's present ndmhris'ra
tion is somewhat free and easy.
"actuated, no doubt br a desire
serve a second terra, and he
probobly be re-elected.
Among the new laws passed
by the last legislature which go
into effect this mouth is one
which provides for the parole of
criminals. This paves the way
for an untold amount of solici
tation and badgering of circuit
judges by those who wish clem
ency extended to their criminal
friends. If these judges have
the moral stamina they should
have 95 per cent of these pray
ers will be unheeded.
A large per cent of these bood
lers and big bank robbers and
others who work upon the con
fideirces of their friends to secure
large suras of nionyT are found
to be physical wrecks after their
crimes have finally run them to
the earth But it is not strange
their mortal terror of being a p
prehended and the conviction
of their conscience's Ueep them
in a nervous strain that which
is a constant torture.
To Whom Honor Is Due."
In tie write up of the pleasant gathering
at the home of Mrs. McTirggart April'iS,
it was unintentionally omitted that M rs.
McTaggart, Mrs. Malloy and Miss Bell
severally hostesses for the event, t
received co invitation aud in
tHw information .was misinformed.
f feuctng from the honor dee
connected with the charming
i aswtcctwn is gladly made.
J. H. Hawkins of the Grizsly Lake
Lumber Co, have purchased two lots
in Madras and will at once Install a
lumber yrd here. They have cou
tmcted with R. T. Jonea to deliver
.heir lumber here and he will com
mence hauling from the Grizzlr mill
The campmeeting has continued this
veek with good attendance considering
he marked lowering of the temperature.
The meetings will rlose Sunday night.
Fiom here the evangelists expect to go to
'h Kiltingbeck neighborhood and hold
E. C. Stickel received word this week
el ling him nf-the death of his mother,
Mr. C. L. Stickel, at Gold Hill, Jack-
mm county, April 26, lWo. Mrs.Stick
-I was 70 yenra of age.
J. O. Johnston, of the 1). I & P. O.
'jiassed through Madras last Friday foi
B. y. Allen-, lreIJeut.
T. 31. Baldwin-, Cashier.
Will WrtswnLEB Vice rres.
II. Baldwin, Aust. Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF PR I NEVILLE, OREGON
Capital. Surylu and Undivided
East End Clothing Store
JOE COHEN, Prop.
COMPLETE LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
HATS, CAPS, SIIOEd AND CLOTHING.
It will pay you to get our prices before pur-
c basing elsewhere.
Wt SECOND ST.. THE DALLES, OREGON.
Also brfcnnh t (Ira Vklley, Oregon.
Carry iug'llie XkiUgltA Shoe.
$1,000,(03 out (it a total ot $5,200,803
Russia leading, with $1,072,013, and
Belgium and Franco coming next, each
with eomuwbat more than our cotiti
"It la estimated that tho the total
consumption of eggs aud poultry In
the United Kingdom for 1004 amount
ed to $88,000:000. 'this lofl $T,Q00 for
tiro homo product, a proportion which
it 1s believed call he largely inoreaied
without tho displacement of any other
United. States Consul Frank W. Ma
chin, located at -Nottingham, Eng
land, In a report dated January S3,
1005, states that tho poultry Indus
try of the 'Oultctl Kingdom In the
year 1904 was proaporoua, aud that
consumption la apparently .growing
more "rapidly than production, 'tie
makes the ollowing atatctnent rela
tive to tho statistics of the Industry1:
"The Imports or poultry and eggs In- prod0t.-Crop Bulletin,
to thls-cotmtry In 1002,1003 nnd 1004
wpre valued at $31,000,000, $33,000,000
and SSV'.OO.OOO, respectively, tho small
Increase In 1004 being attributable
mainly to the enhanced home produc
tion, though partly due perhaps to the
hard times. As usual, Russia was the
largest contributor of eggs 35 per cent
of the entire import and Denmark,
with 18 pr cent, was next. The
United States does not appear separ
ately, but is perhaps included with
'othcT countries,' furnished 6 per cent.
In the poultry list, however, tno United
States btatida fourth, with a value of
j, m; mum i go,
Dry Goods -(loftring,
HOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAIB
Has a Full Line of
Rice, Sngo, Tapioca. Nice Dried Fruits. Excellent Cnnncd Fruits -airdtJalibed
Meats. A select line of Breakfast Cereals.
CANDIES AND NUTS
including Caramels, Chocolates, Klssetii
TOBACCOS and CIGARS
HARDWARE &" IMPLEMENTS
HARNESS and SADDLES
Dry Land Alfalfa Seed Baker Wire. $4.65
Is now open for bnqineaa in its now hotel buildl
and under now nmnagmncnt. ,n
J, JL,V . AJAV i,VX1L A JUvJ A O.VJ J. J. VnJ
T7I l . f i n . M
,nd clenn. Tabio board, bust tho tnnvkot nfTord8
AlX .STAGES STOP AT MADRAS Herd
Livery and Feed
Good Rigs and Care
WILLIAMS & ROUSH, Prop's,?
Madras, - nJ
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much your tkw necas aiiarioiiiiiir, ynr wmkii In In iictd ol
fl'pnlntor you wnntyotir lntrc xIicmI, ilon't fmct togo to n,o
OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED
FA I It DBAI.INO AND ItBAHONAltl.E'ntlCra uCIl Vf(rtO.j
Madras Meat Market
Wo keep constantly on hand the best
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
We pay the highest market price for Fnl Cattle, 1logB, fjheep)
Butter, Eggs, aud Farm Produce of all kinds.
WE CAN SATISFY YOUR WANTS
CIYE US A CALL
WILLIAMS & ROUSH
Departruetit of the Interior.
u. a. lam uince, roe uaiies, Urgr
A suflicii-nt allidavlt having been
Diet in lUisntllce oy
Claude AT. Laughlln,
contestant, against homeeted entry
So. 12,916, roaile Sept. II. 1909. Tor
wig te 1 -1. 'Js 1, tp W, r
l e, w iu. uy xewia a. vnrtswic, con-
est, in which it is altered that Raid
land fa iu IU uaturaloudltioB without
fencing, cultivation-, itttprnretBeat or
nuliiilngor smy Kltiil tuereoo: that said
entryman htuj foaliy failed to estab
lish rhlen e upon eaid daira: that he
hna totally nri iiiuoirtil earn claim for
morn than iX niontha last past; that
all of hald failure to irftivnte, fuprove
Miid reside upon haul land af III exist;
thataald alleged absencfe waa uotdue
to hla eruployrnevt la 'lire army, navy
or marine rorpa of the United States Iu
time of war, Svid parties are hereby
tlntt"fiel to anrwar. rfMttnmt snrl nfTsr
tt beelll evidence tnucliinp fsaid allef"tIon at 10
m. uii is, jjo, ueiore
Don P.ra( U. R GoniiBfMloner, at his
ofll-elt) $Ta lraa, Oregon, and that Snal
itearin will Im Jield at 19 o'uloek a. m.
MtJuwl, IBM, before Uie ilegieter
ml ReeiverHt the United Htates ld
0e fa The LUlla, Oregon.
4 aaiu eoMUMtMBi baviar. m a
MftrjSdft, Hied April S, rMt, -et
im fSMMttJvhkai aiw Hut Jiu ik.
Mne PKrpnuti aervtoe r thle
H"Wjii mad. It te. ImnIw t-
111 I Mill I 111 Hi I 111 III
&m'&&&ma&iimm .MiKMu m umin i p w mm wan aaeii mum ae
tege & S
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Special attention given to carrying TEXp'reee Matter.
Fare $4.50; ftottnd trip, $S.
STABTIU T. PEATT, Ageat.
WE do hot claim to carry everything 'b'rit 'we Atr
in a poattion io fill ordinary wants from a well
selected ateffk of Groceries, Boots and Shoes
and Hnch thlrfgs usually carried by a first
class country store at reasonable prices. Compare
our prices and quality with 'dtliers before buying . ,
elsewhere, and you will then trade 'with I he
O. G. COLLVER, Prop.
THE DALLES NURSERIES
R. H. WEBER, Fteprfeter. Grewcr aad Dexlf (a
EVERGREENS. UdSES AND SHRUBBERY
9 and Blacksmith J
F. J. BROOK
Shaniko Warehouse Company!
GENERAL STORAGE AND FORWARDING i
ffo fiprtial attention to Wool Grading and Baling for Fnst-rn
mcuta. Dealers iu Blnckemith Oonl, Lime and Builders' Matriil i
;K of all kinds. Sulphur, Wool and Grain Sacks and Twine., Grtis,
Flour and Feed. Highest prieu paid for Hides and Pelt. 6tcd
Yards with all the latest and best facilities for handling Stxk, .
Mark Goods Oare o(
H - "S. W. Co" j
'?S T. G. CONDON, Manager,
Wat)h "thin apace' for new'ad. from
Watto Makhlu ani Git a Kith WoiiKB,
The Dallea, -; Oregirtt,
IS OUR BUSINESS
HEAT AND ARTISTIC
PRICES ARE RIGHT
The pioneer job or Fid
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Aipcuu ior the OUViJIt TVl'k'wm'rKHH.
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84- third Street,
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