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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1905)
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tVKHTIHINQ, HjIKS flN A PATRON
JEntfcreil asrsecoml (jlna ina,t,ibi; A.iiRiist
8Vt 1901, At tlio Postolllco At Madras, Ore.,
uimcr the Act of Conprcsa of March 3, 1879,
Aug. ip, 1905
MARRIMAN IN PORTLAND.
' E. II. Harriman, the railroad
. magnate, Imb been visiting in
Portland during the week. Mr.
Harriman stated to a newspa
per reporter that he was in
Portland to have ft rest, to see
the-things to be seen, and to
liieet with hisf Portland' friends.
When questioned concerning
Tailroad building in Oregon,
fr. Harriman said "Wherever
4here is business to justify it 01
jeonntry to support it, there we
swill build a railroad. We want
to do what- we can. More than
thatgjcannotj sayV And Mr.
. Harriman did not seem to be-
grudge the great 'a'mdnnt 0'
cheerful information .that bib
I auditors gleaned from his state
I nienc. ?
tThe lailroad kins; wboiholds;
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J sections of the state of Oregon,
did not give out very much in
" formation concerning ihe num
f erous railroad projects undei
I discussion in the state. When
!w questioned concerning the ex
tension of the Golumbia Sputh
t ern Railway, he saioV' 4--Miv
O'Brien can tell youabont-the
t Coiumbia Southern;" Mr.
f O'Brien Is general manager of
thejHarrimanlines in Oregon,
and he is'known to favor tin
I extension of the Columbia
Southern," but concerning the
extension of the Columbia
Southern he has been as uncom
inunicative jis the 'Sphinx.
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It is said that no antidote 101
the poison of the rattlesnake
has ever been discovered. The
poison itself is a powerful heai t-
depressant and the only remedy
is the administering of powerful
heart stimulant?, and this is the
reason why whisky is usually
given if no other remedj;' is at
hand. It is said" that the.pois'on
of the rattler may be swallowed
without effect, the injurious
effects of the poison resulting
only when the pbison 'is taken
directly into the blood, circula
tion, but once taken' into fife
system in that manner, death
id almost certain unless prompt
remedies can l?e applied. An
heroic treatment for rattlesnake
bite, and yet one of the best, is
said to be to cut out the place j
on the body wheie the fangs
enter, or. to open it up with a;
knife in such a manner that the
blood maT iiowiieelj' and some
of the poison be carried off in
this manner. Rattlesnakes are
said to be blind at this season
of the year, and to strike at
everything which comes near
them, and children should be
cautioned against playing
among the rocks where snakes
may lie concealed.
have been set for u, third, tial
oir- August S8,- at. kiqh .time
Judge;.. Iint, of Jqii tana,1, will'
hear th a 'weaves. Thj? charge
upon which thes.6 defendants
aTe being tried is tlmt pf subor
nation of perjury, conuaittefl in
cotmeptipjt with a Mcouspbvapy
to defraud, -tm fip.Y$tn,nuttvL ont
of tiiuber na ia'Uie. neighbor
hood yrinevyipv . At thirst
trials the( jury stOpd lfy fpv con
viotion tirid. two foacqivjtta.h,
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Iqw Alail Service ,e
. The mail will begin going by
way of the new route betjwepn
Heisler and this pla.ee ou Sep
tember 1G, and, bds lor the
cotitract of carrying the
mail .will be received by
the postal department up urftil
August 2$. The new route
which has been created willjbe
a decided improvement over the
old service JbyAvay 'of Gri?zly
postoflice, aiid will mean a sav
ing of nearlj' 24. hours in the
mail each way, to and from tliis
ofiice. The service will be made
daily except - Sunday, the mail
to leave Heisler at six o'clock
in the morning,'-arriving here
not later than 10:30 a. m.. and
returning uptime 'tc-'cdhriect J
wiih, the Pniveville stage at
Heisler for Shaniko.
Madras will becomeadistrib
uting office, the mails for Hay
stack, Culvert and Warmsprings
being distributerd" at Hhis point.
Ifm nced ot a tomljMQn?, ritc a
for iie list It with the Madras Kealty : postal card, r the watts .arp.is Pim
SM have a farm or town property
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CO MPT ON 4 JI'WEEKIH
P S 0 P R l( I T 6
The ucv eftwmllt la In opera.lton '
Wnll cni.ilnil Willi nil kliula of rouirh
- ICE CRE3AW ?VRY DAY
X- KJ 1VJ JL- JP X , Cigars uud 'tjobaca
Dressctl lumber o l.anj aa. aoou a.s W bewl al'KM on Uaud,
seasoned tor -)laalui(. Ckea. and pastry bnHtl. tp order
Grizzly - Oregon i ICB FO$L &A&
' F. A. WILLIAM'S, ProR.
BEST PLACE TO STOP IN CENTRAL OREGON
Good clean beds. Meals 25 arid 50 cents.
AUL STAGES STOP AT THE HOTEL
HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELLING KEN
,RoadSL Qrjlered Opened.
W,m. Brownhill was in town
from the North End yesterday,
and ' says that a letter from
frudge W, A. Bell states tliat
the county court has ordered
work to commence on the Nprth
iud Grade, the- work to be in
charge of-John Dillon, and the
court will audit bills not to ex
ceed 55400 to be applied in the
construction of this road known
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us 1 ue jjoii jt. xvcu ruiiu. -
The Fisher road was also df
dered opened at the recent sit
ing of the county court,, jj
.lissfsjhonts, a jfriend ofMrs5L.ena
Larrib.Snd i Miss Mjller, a sister of. Mrs.
Lan?b,rnve(i in' Madras frOm Michigan
last Friday 'and. will t,uake .their hgme
II, II 11IIE
In ' Connection
Best Feed Good Rigs Cheap Rates
C. E. Roush
went1 to the- mouth ot
Trout Creek the first of the week on
business. - '
M M. WILLIAlS CO.
Dryjpoods, - Glothing,
HQ0T8 AND SUOK8
UATS AN CAW
rue naiic - -
JUIY AGAIN DISAGREES.
No Verdict In the WlIJianison-Gesnei-Blggs
Land Fraud Case.
F6r. the second .'time the ,ju)y
in the Williamson-Gesner-Uiggs
cases. jjas failed to reach a ver
dict and (he defendants will
have - to sland trial a third
time. Thirty ballots in ail were
cast, the j jury voting seven o
covict Mild liV to acquit on the
iliac iMree dhuow, ju iwng ofwiiuwi.it vu
Hnnallv divided QIl the 8Ub e-1 lv,t'r Vlhlwrt. WlllUm lirohnlilll, TiiIh
mieiit bAllotif Tim jury wus onm.
NOTICE FOR4 PUBLICATION.
I iiind Oilice atThe palles,Oregon.
August 3, 1905.
Notice is hereby- given that'the follow
ing named settler has fijed notice of hjs
intention to make.final prof in support of
his'clairr, and thai said proof will be made
before Don P. Rea, U. S. Commissioner,
at his ojliceTn Madras, Oregon, "on Sep
tember '15, igo$,'viz;
of Madras, Oregon.ron H. jE. No. 12,899,
for the sw of' stcH2,tpm s, r 13 e,
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuouc residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
S P Loving, C C Fox, Charles Hayt,
and Miles Fox, all of Madras, Oregon. ,
paiosu ' ':i "Register.
NOTICE FOR IHJBLICATION.
Itt'iiartmt'ii't ot the Interior.
Laud Ofllco at TJ10 Dallcn, Oregon,.
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Nptlu U hereby Riven tifit tlje following.
nuiiu'd settler )m riled uotfoe of hlx Intention
to niHke, final proof in iirt of )iIh i-falm,
ami that ealil jii-oof will Ik) jimIu Ixiforo Ion
I'. Itea, l'. B. ComlnliiHfoiiLT, at hlx otfieii iu
Madran, Oregon, 011 uiU'ulier IS, I'.KO, vi!
of MailraK, Oregon, on II. K. No, I'J.d'il, for the
i',,nul-l hikIU u Jl we IS. 'I'l'Hi rile,
Ife iiftme, tliB fojlpijliig vtneci to prove
dim coHtniuoiiK ryhiuenco niH)ii iiU ctiltlvallott
, ATELROY BROTHERS I
4 3vrac3.ras, Orog-oxL R
I BLAGKSMITHING AND WAGON-MAKING
$ Horseshoeing a Specialty
. WATER-TANKS and GRAIN-RACKS
4 ALWAYS ON HANQ - -i
Trie Mad ra s
M. L. LOUCKS
FINE WINES, LIQUORS ahd CIGARS
Nothing too Good for Out Cusfcon6eis
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Stage & Stable Co.
MVDAILY EXCEPT; SUNDAY
Special attention Riven to cwrryliiff Express Matter.
Fare $4.50; Round trit),"$8. ;
Agent ftCk'AiJBAB "HOTEL,
your wajfoti In In need of
, lon-l ioieitoo 10 ine
a When your I'low neetln Bliarpoiilni;; ye
i repaint or you want your horeo Iuhi,
OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED
1 F.J. BROOKS,
Hui A.Full Lino of
Hardware and Implements
"Harness and Saddles
Putlders' Material-lauding CeuiJ
Toijacp.o ana yigar
PRI NEVILLE FL0UI
Baker Wire, $4.65
, ,f.TaE BEST..,
LIVERY AND FEEDjSTAiLE
'", 1 AT SHANIKO I8
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1 Good stook.
D. A. MOWELiL'S
Carnfui drivers. Best of, Ijny and gim.
Prices rea8ohablo. " 1
Antelope Drug Company
1 ANTELOPE, OREGON t
Prewsrlptlon work a iirlt?lrwl fenture of t.li.ln nto;t No HHHutlnu. f
2 Aoeuraoy gjisrntel, MH orders receive qarefnUUfclHIon unil de- .
z Hvercil IU return wU.
SELECT LINE OF PERFUMERY ft f OlLET ARTICLES !
NEW LUMBER YJt
CHAS. WATERHOUSE, Manager, fori
GRIZZLY LAKE LUMBER
Have on band all kinds of HourIi and Dressrd
Qrciers? Promptly Filled
CRAMER 8c STEVENS, PROP'8.
PittsClss Wince, LtiquoM
0IGH "GRADE CASE GOODS
Oor. Fourth and E Btreota
The -Farme3Ss Marl
HARRY DOUTHIT, PROP.
r ri i- ft ii ur ita
rhrod lYI r A I 5 ?m
,c rm a d i rro
Madras - Oregon-
tTYtE 0o Mat olaim to' carry everything but wj
W in A position io iill ordinary mints rows'
sclented stock of Grocerifts, Boots anJ 5
and sncli things usually carried by M
oIubs conutry store at ieasonal)le prices. OW
our prices and quality with others before W
olsewnere, and you will thon trade witu in
0. G. -COLLVErVP
K E. CROSBY
ion n cmh..vI him ir Mo4k-lHti, Viiutp1'". n?J'2i
ki'uniui.1.. iiti.1 m.,.t.. wiii.i.n.,y '-.. iintrv Mill Or"'f" '.R .
nnr uhmit 45 hours. The C&8&e
M1CIIAKI. T. NOIAK,