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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1905)
MADRAS' CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. $Ef?T. 21, 1905.
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WORK IA$ C0$MEHCD
Northern Pacific lias Commenced Con
iLcl1 xM.i.vmW I hllildinC! tllO Work 5h nlrnfirlv
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under way, and it will bo push
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rf.HKK I" iw tvuiu ua Jltpmiy UH 18 COP-
. aiatent wuii Uio plans outlined,"
DEN 1 10 1 was the reply given by Judge
.....v.ircMonnl'Ioi'rlrw- li. 8. OrOBflOUT). of Tftcorrm. nnt.
enu counuui 01 mo western in
teresta of tho Northern Paciiio,
who is in Portland. "Six camps
have b'eon establiahed at Kcnne-
wlck, in addition to those along
the north bank of tho Colum
bia farther down the stream.
'Din ststtfc t tb . 1- li.... ltw.. A. I
11113 VUIIIIUUI HUM .UUUIJ JUL in
ngnc ooiweon UiN and Ilarn- that can be said about us.
muu on mo norm bank. ' letter follows: '
in uummou oy railroaders "PrlntviJle,Or.lSept.lQ. (To
unit mo intimate result id not in the editor,) An editorial in laot
doubt. Hill wants lo come to week's Crook County Journal
Portland; that ho is in a posi- makes the claim that the Port
ion to make rapid progress, land papero are trying to poi
ind tho litigation which must son, the minds of the public
follow his march in this direc- against the defendants in the
tion will bo surmounted with-" lariaSfraud trials and also, to de
out difficulty.. Some trouble fatno the fair name of the coun
will be met with from tfarrhnan ty."' I believe this to be a mis
and his agents. Tho old port- take: perhaps throuah honest
ago road rignt of way will be ignorance of the editor. e1
one obsiacle, and tho land L. that sn it may, a brief state-
Qerlinger has taken up under ment of the conditions existing
Ihe guise of the Wallula Paciftc here at the time Crook county
will bo another. first came into' beine and which
It is not supposed at this time are largely responsible for con-
tliat Mr. J 1 1 1 1 Will Wflfri mirli n rliMnns nil Mmv i.viefc tnrlnrr wil
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I Wewill Buy your Wheat I
008 NEW FALL GOODS ABE HERE
Ladies' and Children's Hate, Caps and Bonnets
Buy n new Jacket
Eery man needs new U Bat,
All going at Half Price
Came in and see Our
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iv u uuii in. yuu uui iu any kiuu oi a ouii, irotn a
Sunday Suit to a Mackinaw.
known contractor, and tho firm
of Shepnrd & Sima built the
AJ.UU TI.lt LU li KJ 111 Will? V
UN & SURGEON
rCTCrMlf" Mrt MnfVct
tdonnOJi. l- M
FARY PUBLIC AND
li In ncfd pf rop&lr
W mt to buy un' one,
mot do bttlcr t!iu to wrlto
). WATCfl and
Messrs. Sims & Shields, of St. ,l(irco wur ngainst Mr, Hard- not be altogether out of place.
Paul, a reputable firm, and this man 11,01 1U Wll) o " ck "In the early part of 18S2 a
is a guarantee in itself that the Mero ftml bld IoV the Oriental man named Ldngdon killed
road will co through ranidlv. DU8,ness 4l0 has not been two men, named Crook and
Mr. Sims was formerly associ- Pver1 successful in that line Jory, on his homestead on Wil
ated with Mr, Shopard, a well- irom 1,10 o"""- JNatuially he low Creekt He was aiTested
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win require clocks in winch, to and taken to prineville and
store the wheat hauled, and placed in charge of a deputy
later He may merge his mari- sheriff in the Prineville Hotel
time interests witk an outside At night a mob came in, over
spared in tho construction work. ',ne t0 crea competition with powered the depnty and shot
It is tho purpose of tho com- u vv "HM""5 oicam Jjanguon to ueatn; it men ias
nan v to build il rmirl tlinf. will 8n,P Company, ills entrance soed a man named Harrison
enual that of tha Pennsylvania lnt0 lowland will obtain for who had formerly been era
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lines through tho Alleghany ,l,m !l 10 sucn operations, pioyea by iangdon, ana arag
Monntnittfl Tim trrniln in tin r"1 ,,u uuuiu iiiuiuuiuuio ho mat. gea mm to me cirooKea nver
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greater than the fall of tho Co- u ouier "6" coma oe preci pi- bridge, about halt a mile, ana
lumbia rivor, and tho curvatures ueiween mmseit aua Jlar, hanged him from ie brge
..... . Minnn in MAfli i li j I ...1. ...... l. ...nn 4 . . r n..t .
ai'O flUCJl that trains Can bO run tuunnvioo unu iviicie no vuts iuuuu ujwt mum
fn tlu.ir full mnnriiv nr inn ollshoro trade, but those things ing. From that time forward
miles an hour. Tho distance is present plans. the mob, wnicn was a secret or
240 miles and as vet no mm- iroruaimers icei tnat in aivia- ganijsation Known as tnevigi
ploto estimates have been made ,ng hla bus,nes8 hotween this Nantes,' terrorized the county
of tho "probable cost " " oeaiuo anu xacoma ana any one incurring ine ais
r. ri!ii 1. i . ..... i ...
'How will tho Northern Pnci- h r 411,1 ,,nH conierreu a great pleasure oi us leader was eitner
I i . 4 a T I I 11 -t a i j 1
lie get around the riebt of wav u waitr graae uown ine compenea to leave tue country
imifi Ur? t? .tr tm f iilu Columbia will serve to draw or was muidered. Al Swarts
Cascades, where tho old portage muchoftho traffic from the East was shot, through the window
road was built?" was asked t0 me ound through this terri- of a saloon, while playing cards
"The laws of Washington are VVil(mc W1U D0 hauled with a member ot the mob; Sid
t . . ... ... i 1 1 1 1 ii Mill iiimrinr in vnnnnnur i incrnn nnr Trniinnp i .rforor warn
taucn tnuc wo win ue able to : v r - j fa
miiub onnn MloM.5rt., i,.f d thence rauted north, and taken from Elisha Barnes' dwel-
. I n'l OQOII rrHV mmnmiia mni. no on l!n nn1 linnrrarl. Aftlra lfnn
as to wlmr mcjiRitroH will h( i'""uv"'fev ...o uu aw ...i .itt..6v.u, i.i.xi.
frti ml ntj-lex llf II (ilf f
prompt Mttntloti, All Murk
adopted to force a right of way aiver,ed u,at through trains will was murdered by 'Mossy' Barnes
lam in ignorance as yet " re- travel to St. Paul to the Sound and Prank Mogan was shot
piled tho judge. "We have not Wfty of Vancouver. The down by Bud Thompson, the
norwi uuiik rouu is ueins count- captain oi tne vimiaiiies. ana
tclut meals mill litiLs,
I rtatonablf. I loud-
T t lUUmix. Cuthler.
I'EILIS VlfC l'ti'.
fst National Bank
obtained all of tho right of way
yet. There are several breaks
in the line which will have to
bo taken. up later."
''Is there anything to the talk
that docks will bo erected here
and Portlnnd made a port of
call for Mr. Hill's liners?" was
the next query.
"no; there is nothing l can
captain of the Vigilantes,
edonas tlie long-desired cut-off his brains beaten out with the
from the East, and fully n day empty revolver, without the
will be saved in the running slightest provocation. This last
time to Portland by leaving in crime was committed in the
the old line at Kennowick.
the signature "Moon
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Hay of that. Evon tho details of suiner- mo it-iier puunsuou
a rni'Mnn nf fiw lmiwiinrr imvn herewith appeared m last
not been finished." Thursdays uregonian. n true, "'"""
early part of 18S4.
"About this time a number of
lawabiding citizens got together
and formed an organization
known as the 'Moonshiners,'
who ordered a lot of the Yigi
lantes to leave the country,
In the major-
More or less speculation has the condition of affairs depicted ity of these cases nothing has
m indulged in at large aa to 8 disgrace to any community, ever been done, in other a far-
rl'lun ami i"n.ii,.i.-.i
what will be the outcome of the
I he Lewis & Clarke Fair at Portland
will clcse on the evening of October i.ith.
Alter that date there will be a ''post ex
position penod" when people will be ad
mitted for probably to cents.
of the original
wroctoil up to
Hv ni mi .
. , wrenu cup i.
SCRIP FOR SALE
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"I'crlenw, Hoforoncot i
HENRY L KUCK
' MANUKACTOIUiU OI'
Harness and Stock Saddles
COWI10Y OUTFITS A B1'KCIATV,
Deler In Collar. Wlilnn. Itobos ami it bcii-
oral Una o( Ifowo PmmIvIiIiik OmiilM. Tont
Awnlngi nnU Wagon (.'uvri, All wtitk u'lnr-iinteeJ,
audit high time that a thor- coronors jury, dominated
ouch reform were inaugurated, by the Vigilantes, has brought
Tune was when human life in n verdicts oi jusuimum noun
Crook oonntv was of little cjde or otherwise freeing the
value, and if the crimes which
hn'vft rliNfrrnnful flio lnblin
.nf nr nmintv in mnpn A Vigilantes still reman in this
years are to be ignored and county, who, together with other
awleesneBs is to reign, then wo "i;r .
aie but little advanced from the w" 11 'H IBU.luo " . p OWUUk"
ers' urgani.auon. xnose men
in county politics,
I KftNt SocOHd Bt,
TIIK DAI.I.K8, Oro
If iw??13 Grizzly Post Office Store
peaiod known ns
tho vigilantes" in
history. It is tmo that the
conditions named do not refer
directly to the farming distiicts
of the county, but in paying a
lnrgo eharo of tho taxes of the
county, we are indirectly sup
porting this state of affairs.
There may be some exaggera
tion contained in tho letter, but
if tony one of tho charges made
Ib true, a slato of affairs exists
the "days of
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' w ittKiN, Props.
SwiS nfl &0n
,m Kli((?H Of V'niitrl.
you kRfow where to find the bargains?
SfiOt im'tMi.rtlli! en in (lrllv IMdt Olllrn
loto, nut! you will (I ml a nil lino o(
JlBnlwai'o, OtocoHei, all Minis ot
vannoil Oooits, Culloo, niirt irooit Hsort
ineirt of HWa niriilnlilrtKt. Aino nil
lilmlH'ol TatoiU Drtigs.
tiadlM' Hote. Wm dOo, nbV 2Co.
V'omo Wil Sco oilr itdoftk. hd lot UN
mow yot our VMXm AMl ItUlllT.
citizens of the county are afraid
to report what they know, for
fear ot losing stock, or even
"Houses and haystaoks have
been burned and stook killed
and tho losers are powerless to
either prevent these outrages or
secure redress. Why? One
reason is that witnesses are
afaid to testify to what they
whiuh demands tho attention oi know, and jurors, if they are
every cltizeii who is interested not already under the influence
in the mnihtennhco of law and of this criminal element, are un-
oitler in this county, and who " u. " '
Imawtlnart the gootl nnhie of b VioMion of the law is, and
thotiouhty lie calls tiomot Wo i,n8 befcn, bo comtnon in this
publish tho letter in full bo- county that very little notice is
tfrfolntt Mmr, hvpVv Miltah nf Mm tftKon oi minor enmesv uiiinu-
I BUY A NEW PAIR OF SHOES
IBefor tlio wet weafclxor
4 And Don't pQrget We Sell a
Nice, Clan Line of Groceries
LENA M, LAMB, Prop. .
V ...... Rslmohn Building..,,., '
X MADRAS?P - OBEGQ.
The eqtire tok cf gqod of
T. J, mALLOY & COMPANY
i pffererf the updersigned at
Qfipas far bgjow thip vyorth f8r
persons indebted to said firm
are requested to make e!fpent
J. M. FOSTER
THE Merchant's Protective Association
SHINGLES, LIME & CEMENT
SHOES SHOES SHOES
For good shoes at bedrock prices
go to the warehouse of
MADRAS MILLING & MERCANTILE CO.
WE HATE A GOOD SUPPLY DF STOCK ailjilRfSALT ON HMD
TEA AND COFFEE
WE ARE LOADED
WITH TEA AND COFFEE
MADRAS M. & M. COMPANY
FOR SIXTY DAYS ONLY IN
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING,
Of all kinds. We also carry a full and complete lino of Groceries
Hud Hardware. Agents for Mitoholl "WagonB, Hacks, JJugBlee,
Carta, Plows, Harness, Drills and all kinds of farming Implomenta
JOHNSON, BOOTH & GO.
Miun St., Prineville, Ore.