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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1905)
-.ninle of lmprqvementtTbe
A Thronff Business ariq
Social Events-Item. Con
densed to a Bentenqe.
Antelope pn Pc- Fisher was In Madras lust Satur-
WCm ' ,!,., r.nm l it ranr 1.
t. has bum -
m mci - . i.
. .... Kill Ulllltli
.11 nerson! using water net
-i... moi: in ..
Iiham went to rrincvmc
fnr an exienucu yi " -
MrJ. Gwrge Cyrus.
'VlLdavB. They may buy
....hj locate hero.
... o,.M.,.i went lo rrinoviiio
KB " . t i
....,! rctuned BniuruAv wiiii
ife snd little daughter.
t-mc ii mute ill and has been
" . . -t .1.. il... Iif
l. ..l n i mr- iiiiir iui
to nil ocu
. iir i ritnnlili'
rhrt ibop while CeorKe is absent.
Hammond and John I'almehn
Sunday ior iijmui
of the sumpier v.wuy
ate ioteiesled in a grading contract
C wagons nwviiy "
-inn to Wurzweilcr & Thomson and
. .t.... itUrlV Unto mnrh were
I.. Ilf.i..l..ii. ititrinrnr rf til
t ... i r- I. vil
J Li. tt MnrlrrtC firul I
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7 an unite uuiiuiuk """"h
i i t. ... i : it,-:- u:t
eci iiuu juii nib uui iin.ii wfn
nil wrct. t iicic ia uuuui wwww
in the kiln. The brick arc of good
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mire hiiii iiic iiiijIiilv is iiui 11.U
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v n;nrr nnric in iiiit ctiiiiiiiv.
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4 ' ' r
.tt 1 1 -I . K J
went lo the Indian Agency yestcr
ohnston says Herid is going to do
Dig tm rourth with a three days'
mviilw tVI i Utklll IV.At
- -w ... 1Hfcr w,,, icai 11 imC unva
iilx iiiiiiiirn vniniim raMf ihmi
nn nil k.ii4.m. 1. - .1 .
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A, YOUDB was'fn town lnl fSnlnr
rrnmiiH j 1. f
r "j in inoincr, j.a.
1 1 II III MIUarnM Y. ll . f
a petition for a postoVc6al SaRe
i -o., .uiiic ume in me iu-
r " "iiuvc ins general mer.
. "I '"KRI HiailKH TOP
IlClllMinir rt.m-.. 1 ...
--... nuiruuu' nun nuilo In m
. rout .....
iWtt. bills of Bll!l. unul
. 'nnrtauKOB. all It ikIk
w U.UIIK8. coiieo ons nm
- -" triu n ii Nhoniiiiiii t."-.. i.
1 "lauiui . n niiiu
tub., tr.. .1 " " "
r,uuucoor tho Ini..
i we a, !argc pply of first-class
and rlr....i 1.. . .
, -.vtu lumuer nt their saw
eas, of La.nonta, on the
K,?f.Emiynulc- Your orders
Ml ihi lluby Hobatiloo dopurtod Tues
day toMttml lliu Haptlat AwwclHllon
wliloli coiivenfcn Ht T lie Dttllea.
If in need ot a. tombstone, write a
postal carjt,to the Watts Marble works of
I'he Dalies and, they will send you de
signs and prices on their flrrt.trip out this
NdTICK. Lost between Haight's and
1 leister's May 31 ! a canvas valise con-
tninlng clothing, and a gunny sack con
tain!: nails, shoes, etc. Finder please
communicate with G. W.Conard, Madras,
It in ri'porlcd litis week Mint U.jS.
Oowlea l)H Hyld Jijn rHiiclr and aliep
for $25:000. Jtul Itiia also hrIU io only
Hold h jkiHIou of IiIh sheep ami a prt
of hU rutioti. Ho otiu bclnir lu town
from whom the facts can be learned
tlio ninior chd bv tiikeu forwbat it 1
Ouilty Of MnnelauKhter.
The trial of W. H. Lucy, which was
held at Canyon City, Oregon, on a charge
of murder in' the first degree for the killing
of Ernest Hickman, which occured in a
saloon brawl, recently, was concluded at
trrfcfof ATH; XaMwood. They begau
J. P, MlBottiery and Frank Duclt
eln nltended the ? gainu at Prlue
vllleHuiiiliJy bftwctfii Lamonta Klda
Prinevlllc Ulgli Suliool.
Oratidpa and Grandma Lnvlct, with
tlit-lr KranilBon, DouglnH Tlldeii, left
lHt week for Loa AiigoltB, Cl., going
via Silver Lake.
A dance wan given last Monday
night In tho M. Y. A. Iiall in honor of
MleeJatioy Hamilton's 18th birthday
mid Mine Ada Craig's 20th birthday.
Until young ladies aro now avowed
candidates for matrimony.
NOTICE POR PUBLICATION.
lH'nrtiiR'iUof the Interior.
Land OfHce at The Dalles, Oregon,
May 23, 1905'.
N.oticc is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
hi claim, and (hat sakl proof will be made
befoic the Register and Receiver, at The
The Dalles, Oregon, oil July 5, 1905
Dennis A. Cook,
of Haystack, Oregon., 11. E. No. 8093
for the N E X cc 15, Tp n S, K
ne, w m. He names the follovying wit
nesses to proye hi; continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land, viz:
Elmer N Gillam, J H Homey and
Mary Horney of. Culver, Oregon, and
J. I). McDowell of Haystack, Oregon'
Michael T Nolan
Tlmlicr IjiihI, Art Jutiu :t, 1878,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Deportment of tlic Iiitvrlor,
V, 8. Ijinil Onicc, Tim Dallw, On-ROn,
JUreh 21, IWi'x
Xotlru In hereby Riven that In compliance
with itie jrovllon of the Act of ConKremi of
Juno :i. 1KTH. untitled "An art for thcrnluof
liuit place last week, and the case went to ! timir liwnl"ln-tlie rlntv of cnllfomlB, Ore
the ;ury. After being out seven hours the ' nm, Nevnimond WaiiliitiKioii Territory," an ex
jury returned a verdict of manslaughter.
The defense will file a motion for a new
trial and ii this is denied the case will be
appealed to the supreme court.
The motion for a new trial was itemed
and Lucy has been sentenced to to years
in the penitentiary.
Indian on a Tare.
A young Indian got too much fire-wa
ter Tuesday afternoon and alter he left
town proceeded to make himself obnox
ious in the neighborhood north of town.
O.ie man drove him off his place with a
club. Fred Guttendorf says the Indian
Untied to all Hie public Inml Mitten by art of
AtiKUit , Ixvi, the following-named pcntoiu
have on till day filed In tlil office their sworn
ttf KundtMtltit. coimfv of IxuvIk. Male of Idaho.
ittorn nittteiiieiit No. for the purchase of
11 e ayt xec 1.1. ip i.i , r 111 e, w m.
flmrlua 1'. !aK,
of Hntidiilnt. rountyof Avtt, utatcof Idaho,
dwori; italc-iucnt No. -'17, for the tnircliaAU of
the iw4 of e- . r 10 e, w m
Tdat they will offer proof to uliow that the
laiitln MiURlit arc more valuable for the tlmlwr
nrrtoue thereon than for" aRrlrtilturalpiirpofCH,
and to elabllxh their cltlm tocald lands tc
fore the KcKlnter and Kecelver at the V. 8. lwl
Ofllcclil Tht' Dalle, OrcRon, on Auguxt S5, l'J0..
Tlicy name an wltneKMi: Jllchael O'Connor,
of The Dallej", Oregon; llyron JoluiMon, Arthur
II Allfn. William A me. Clmrlex K Dale and
Wllllrtiu J Davlx, of i!niiiljKlllt, Idaho.
Any and all jiemouM rlalmlng adversely any
SHAM KG, Off.
5 and 10 GOODS
yla have put In a bis: stock of popular5 6 and 10c articles,
bought diiect from Chicago. Our 5 and 10c counters are
sure to be intcrea!ng.to yon, as they are loaded dowu with
bfirgaius and contain hundreds of useful and desirable things.
Yu will find everything that Koea to wake up the well ap
pointed kitchen on these counters.
LEWIS AND CLARK SALE
The week commencInK June 6 will be' a SPECIAL EVENT
with this store. This sale In honor of the great explorers
and the great Fair will be an
Buy your Fair visiting apparel from Us and go dowh to the
city in up-to-date style.
souve asri is s pok' VI sitoss
A general lino ot Orocerlova spe
cials line it Ociitt" Furnishing
flood, alo a c6jijntpt0,llneof Hta
tloncry, Cigar, Confectionery and
Notions can be found at the
W. E. WILLS, Prop.
B, I-I. SMITH
Doalai lit and
Harness & Saddles
8IVI.KR-MOfNTi:n 81'OJtS AND IIITa
OOAT ClIAl'AUBJDS. Ktc ,
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
AND FEED BARN
PERRY KKKI), Manager.
GOOD MEALS CLEAN BEDS
OltAIN AND HAY OF ALL KINDS FOIt SALK
CULVER . ORECOM
WE can save y6n money on Groceries, fresh, clean
aud pure Flour
"Scott's Best" at $1.40 per Sack.
L A. YOUNG.. GENERAL MERCHANDISE
J. W. BOONE
DcTaler In homc-mado
Harness & Saddles
Try our make ot White River Treo
Stock Saddle, The beat In the market.
DO IT NOW.
came to his plarc and wanted more whis
key and when refused, it commenced to of the, above, described landu arc rvqueKted to
are up things, rode his horse against the ' - ' - - '
house, knocked a window out and galloped jK.ai Miciuki. T, Nolan, Itcglxtcn
ofl. He next went to Jacobs' place, Mr.
Jacobs being absent, ran Mrs. Jacobs out
oi tne nnusc, sne lamg rciuc u a ncin
hor's. The Indian stayed nil night at Ja
cobs' and next morning started towards
the reservation. A warrant has Heen is
sued for the belligerent siwash.
It is not known from whom the Indians
get thb liquor, but from whoever it is
he has bllt slight regard for the safety of
his fellow men. It is less than n ntonth
since oiie drunken Indian murdcre'd an
other and It Is possible some white than
may fall Victim to some Indian crated
with fire water.
Your homo weekly is one of the best
mediums any community or town can
have to bring In settlers and rnino the
values of hind. K.very copy of The Pioneer
sent to strangers helps you. Subscribe for
It ; send It to your friends ; help It all you
can, fur by so doing you are helping your
selves. Try it by sending to us n money
order, stamps, silver or a check for $1.60
or use the following:
(Iflxzly and Vicinity.
Cloudy and rainy weather continue.
Warren Brown, of Griwly Lake, hb
seen our streets a few days ago.
M. Wheeler and GeH. Deo are very
busily engaged running tho Qulnti
Toe Smith and Waller Ncwblll have
been chopping grain the past wrek at
tho laltor's place.
Ira anil Charley Allen brought In
a load or frelftht a few days ago for
Wills & Hamilton,
The work on the now county road Is
prngrewdng nicely uudor tho manage
muntof.lt L. Powers,
W. R MoFarlaud, of Prlnevllle, was
lining some survoying Usl week for
8. W. Cotnpton and P. Ohitwood.
Mrs. T. lMluchanan and dfiighter,
Miss Nora, visited on MoKay Creek
and at PriusYllIu several days during
Chas. Lott and John Eagau, of La
tnonta, have taken the logging con
f.il 1.(i mtft liwhrt 1: H. Mililri'tTk. iinti
z sign dnd moll to-ua,y: J
1 1 Want The Pioneer
J To The I'loneer rubllMhlng Company,
tlK.VTf.KMKN: Count me a a member
nf The I'loneer Family for one year.
Hend mo the pajicr for that time, for
which I agti-u to pay the aum of 11.50
on or before January lt: loyo,-
Datkd at ' -I,0
..,,.,.. day of r 10OJ.
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon
for Crook county.
In the matter of the application of M. L.
r J.M..L-W .r Mmi Orr-i'iin. for a IleeiiBi! to sell
Mtdrltmiu, molt and vlnonn llijnon and liard
cider In lesn iiiautitleH than one gallon.
To the Honorable County Court of the State of
Oregon for crook county:
We, the undersigned, being a majority of tho
I.,.,.. I riiinnnf Iviilrhcr I'rectnct.Crook Coillltv.
Oregon, would mom rcxpectfully petition that
a Hccnxe be granted by your Honorable Court
to M. I- l)iCfc to N.MI rpirmiu"", JUV
vi,iiim IIimorK nr fermented elder, in lexi
(luantitleM than one gallon, In the Precinct of
Kutclier, County oi urooK aim oiaie oi uregon.
forthctenn ot 6 months from the Oth day of
R 51 Jonen, Cha Mi-Elroy, I) u Huruen. T 31
ilurdcn, J J Wettt, A U I'arkey. CliaK Dillon,
o"car K Ncal, UT Jone-. K C Stckel, F A WIN
llam. II N North, W II Cook, Henry Bach. J L
Drummond. W J Smith, J M liOckard, K ltiit.
ter.Ocolt Ijiick. W it WlllIaniK, lrtx II Jdd,
(i V Dillon. W Thielman, Wm Stelnke. M O
lrvin, Til Tucker, SC Shelley, (JeoKirk.CE
ir,,ii KTfliilim. Raliih Youiiir. 8 Kdrav. Ira
llarlwr, W I-ee, J A Arney, J E Evick. Walter
Amey, N S Jcnnlngi, E Klnvoii. J D Mayca, (t
V Hleiicri'on, Jamex Kaas, K F Robertxon, I, S
Mayei, J V Tunstall, C II Tunstall, Win Terrll,
V A l'ullcn, Frank Oabom, Jirke Pickering, J
K Whlteman, I. C Trotter, F M McCHntoc, K C
Dove, Wm JIcElroy, W II Stonchocher, .Max
Wilson. C C Fox, Wm II l'arkcr, J II Jaekjon.
John A I'almehn, J C Rich, 1 L Huffman. J
Joneu, CHegnaucr, I'HCowlex, John Isham.
Wllanuou, Con Rurke. Ed Kawycr. Martin T
l'ratt. D 1' Rea, Aifre.l Wild, OIIHh Dlzney,
Charle Diney. Frank Irwin, Clarence C Af-
lev, train: nniincy, ii r.. u
J Clothmnn.Lr l'axton, W M Tyler. J M Mayei
CMCiHnl, E V Jiot;
F Church. WC Far!
' t Itliu.a CliAH
Yolrath, LA Young, J F Church. Fre.1 Davis,
(ialloway. Sam Habcmtlch, II M Gardner. O J
Rankin, Wm Eagles. Bllax W htte, J h Campbell,
I, B Raker, tl R (irahain, F Carney, Clia.i Kirk,
It (i U-o. Chas uorc, Jame v iiiiainn, w jic
(5ee, J 1' Halm, J II Hnrnx, Jn.i V llethune, J C
Allen. Wm (Ireeno. Antoit Ratulgia, T J Malloy,
I'ha-i Derham, S H Edmondwin, J Maylield,..
W ThoiiiliMin, FJIlrojiks, Mllo ard, A I. II
llamn, T E HlggiiiUot.liam, O h Ilohlfeld, b A
McClaln. John Thhrna. O E Lauglillu, Jnlui
Tellefnm, W II Cbtirtiicr, J W Arnold, Jambs
U-e. A Eagles. E II DL;an, Ed Kutchur. J Rom's,
Vernlo Delashmuit, C (! Ramsey, Jks McElroy.
James Rorbedge, W II AIcK J j'.Monncr. Ed
Miller, AO Zlegicr. 0 O I'o ndexter, Frank F ;
kins, M L Uucks. John O Rose, A jlanchet. (
It Iliyes, Fred Outendorf. J W Mctlroy, W II
Iianihcy. Jerry Cramer, John Dlllou.
Ndtlce hereby given that the nnderslgned
will present the foregoing petition to tho
County Court of Crook County. Oregon, at the
Count v Court room in l'rlncvitie, uregon, on
Wednesday, the 5th day of July, l'.jv., at whlf.h
I Z. F. MOODY
GENERAL COMMISSION &
I FORWARDING MERCHANT :
Large and Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited.
J Prompt attention paid to those who favor us
2 with their patronage. r
l'axton, W M Tyler, J Jl Mayes
ty. J II Lee, W L Fields. Harry
rker, W II l'arkcr. C K Loucks
Forslerg. II K Nlssen. Lou
time he will apply to, sayi court mr "renwj
to soil splrltuduS, malt and vltmui "Jliinors and
hard cider til tlunnlltle lbs than one gallon
us prayed ror in saiu peuiiuu
to the mill are
J. H. Hawkins,
a jolly time and a biR crowd
F fee cream ..-..-! . i .... . .
t, ,, mt Saturday eve
i.t,. . "son anu wr,
Sr P'ty "lections
, ' i"5'ug vocal selection.
cning. The narm-'S
End. ""V'"" High-School
Madras, - Oregon
CHAS. WATERHOUSE, Manager, for the
GRIZZLY LAKE LUMBER COfY
Have on hand nil kinds of Rough and Dressed
Ord.rif Promptly 111 a
. '.caWVoumi etc h Uot nriigMdUci'iies, l&ihi
Crook County, Oregon,
M. ii, LOUCKS.
CRAMER &. STEVENS, PROP'S.
pit-st-Class Yines, liiqixovs
HIGH GRADE CASE GOODS
Oor. Pourth and E Streets
if yob want the best there Is you will call for
White River Flour
If your merchant doeBn't carry itiend yotir orders direct to headquarters
and it will bo filled from our nearest dgebej.
Wasco warehouse milling go,
Dealers iu all kinds ot hay and grain, seed, flour, bratf, shorts; wool, etc.
TFiE DALLES, OREGOfa.
S A N :F O R D & S I L L
We are agents for the Cooper, Birdsell and Peter Shuttle Wagons,
' Hodge Headers, Queen Binders. Mowers and Rakes; McSnerry
and Thomas Grain Drills, Syracuse and John Deere Plows, Har
rows and Cultivators. , ... t
OUR AIM IS TO QET 1"HE PEST C80DS "OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT"
Mail Orders Promptly Attended to, and Correspondence Solicited.
SANFORD & SILL,
same win " nw. Tl