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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1905)
PuBHshed'evety Thursday by
-THE PIONEER PUBLISHING qo.-
One year.:,;?... ;.V. .11;
Six months , . .... k . . ... . ....... . . .
Thrws months. v.w.,. v.. .no
u.nierca ns second class matter Vngust
sw, iwi, ai ino l'astoriico nt Madras, Oro.
under the Act of Cohgross at tnrch 3, 187'J,
LAWRENCE APPOINTED RECEIVER
J. M. Lawrence, editor of tin
Bend Bulletin, lias been ap
pointed Receiver of the Rose
"burg land office. The appoint
ment was made by the President
over the protest of Senator Ful
ton, who had submitted a lonu
list of names of "elligiblesV for
the office, none of whom howev
er met with the approval of the
.President. Whether Senator
pulton will oppose the coinlir
mation of Mr. Lawrence or not
is. not known, but in view of the
fact that Lawrenqe is exception
ally well-qnalifi,ed for the posi
tion, is familiar with land mat
ters, and stands exceedingly
Veil with the oficals of the laud
to other sections of the country
iiu wiig season 01 m yimr.
Owing b the sand in ' the soil,
the roads throughqut ta entire
Wilfpw'Ctqek basin are cood
at ail seasons of the year, and at
,'.1 . ! f v J
uus season pt thp year their ex
who ha-Ye an oppertunity ol
computing them with roads in
other sections' of Eastern Ore
gon, Livur beyond the. divide
there has already been oonside
able snow, and' the main stage
i i . ... "
roaa Detween simniko and
Prinevilleis getting into its
usual winter condition of mud
md slush, In point of climate,
soil and roads, Madras ts cer
tainly one of the most happih
located towns in Eastern Ore-
George Bruuer, who wao con
victed of manslaughter at the
May term of the Circuit Court
f this county in 1000 and who
was serving a term in the state
ed by Governor Chamberlain
Brunei killed a vouncr sheen
man named Riley at Black
Rock in the Muddy Creek neigh
borhood. At the time. Brunei
only C-year-oldhorse8, then the
demand increasing, ho sold his
4-year-olds, and .now he can
hardly get his colta weaued be
fore a purchasers cornea for
thehi. There is a lesson in this.
No other country on earth is so
well equipped for horse r us ug
as this. Why not breed up,
build up and prepare to supply
WaslilDKton, Deo. 4, Secretary of
the Interior Httuhcook today Informed
.Senator Fulton that he hud approved
the Umnttllu Irrigation project and
allotted $1,000,000 for construction. It
Is presumed thnt instruction!! will ho
Issued directing the reclamation ser
vice at once to advertise for hlds. This
mentis that work can ho begun early
next year and water turned on to the
lunds first of season 1007. Upon Inves
tigation the Secretary not only found
this project practicable, but Inviting.
riio supposed legal obstacles proved
mythical. Secretary Hitchcock will
penult the Maxwell Company to re
tain 300 acres out of thelt 0000, which
they relinquish to the Government.
been pardon- ri " 1,10 exneotution that this project
it in uu vim uiiiiui cuuiiuuu uumitii
immediately. Engineering examina
tions and pluus are partlcally com
pleted and ready for advertisement,
rtecretai'y Hitchcock also stated he
would allot an uddltional $2,000,000 for
the K hi ninth project, which will com
plete it. Sixty-two per cent of this
tract lies in Oregon and 02 per cent
must be charged against Oregon The
he able to
was employed by the Prineville
Land & Livestock Company, and feretary says he win uot
, L adopt the Malheur project at
department, it is not likely that some controversy over ranee.
Senator Fulton will attempt to The petition for his pardon was
prevent continuation. circulated by his father.
;JLHe new appointee has been
president offend for about two
and a half years. EJe was ap
Cross Keys Items.
John Halght hps moved his residence
to a different location' and Is building nn
addition to it.
Mrs. Wm. Prose has been visiting her
parents at Antelope.
Dick Garrett, who has been seriously
ill, is improving.
Clyde Gay, of Idaho, was n guest, nt
the McPherson ranch last week.
C. McPhcrson and Clyde Gay made
Prineville n business visit the first of the
Miss Marie Monncr, of Portlnad, was
visiting with Miss Edith McPhcrson last
Anonjoynhlo Thanksgiving dinner
wiih given to a number of friends at the
McPhcrson homo last xnnrwiay
Those present were: Mr. and Mm C
MoPherson, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Mo
Plmrnon. mid son and dauutiter, Mr
and Airs John Halght, Misses Mnnner
nnd Mcrherson, ami ftiesHrs. unam
hpre, Hendrlokson, Jud McPhorson,
Clyde Gay, and Logan MoPherson.
Mrs. Ina Brink, of California, and Jqlhi
M. Mhycs, of this place, were married nt
Prineville Inst Wednesday, nnd the happy
couple are now making their home on their
ranch east of town. 1 hey were givtn a
noisy reception Wednesday evening by
several of Mr. Mayes' old and young
You that are grandmas conic down nnd
see Willie and have your picture made
free. Good for December only. Who is
Willie? Why he is the Madras Photogra
pher. W. K. Hrewstcr. ,
Fred Davis was a business visitor at
the county scat on Tuesday and Wcdnes
A. C. Sajilord has returned Iroin Shnni-
The county seat scem's to have enjoy
ed unusual prosperity this year, and the
States Com- Pvemy theni has kept pace with the The question was Resolvcd that MM is
Literary Society Holds Session.
i tie literary society held an interesting
meeting last Saturday evening, .and there ko, whe're he spent Thanksgiving witfy his
was a large audience present. The most family. He was accompanied by his wife
pleasant portion of the program was the and little son, who will visit here for a few
debate and the one-act farce "Try It On.1' days.
iTl l flQl rtTlll'or rhnr n nr tnH Mtnn u
mop, M ivuc .oumy jn ne;ghborhQod of on(
aiso engaged m newspaper work hundrcd thou?and dollars
worth of hnilH
bttng editor Of the BendBulle- ings were put up during the year, a number
tin, in Which latter capacity lie of the buildings being of brick and stone
b.as been a large factor in bring- aml beinK ol a lype ,hat would do credit
mg the development in Central .t0 an? town' Prinev''i s so situated that
flrP(rnTi in rVio o tf an f;n f V..J " musi reaP a large snare ot whatever
outside world. It was in his
position as yommissioner at
hat place that he attracted the
attention of agents of the land
department whiph was followed
by hiis appointment.
Mr. Lawrenpe's many friends
Central Oregon will rejoice in
his appointment to the Rose
"burg office, which isia a3yi
mum office, bnt at the same time
prosperity comes to the county.
Superior to Woman." The affirmative
was taken by J. A. Hoffmann and S. D.
Percival and P. C. Fulton and Rev. Craig
took the negative. As usual the men re
ceived the worst of it as the question was
decided for the negative.
Solos were sung by Luther Cowherd
and S. D. percival.
N " E " W
The farce was quite laughable, and
the voune folks showed that with nractice fiflMPI FTF I IMF fIF IJARNFSS ANfl Rin
nKMVmtB .m. m ix mm j i um I I I w W ill i i la hiii u wi nruiiihwu iiv wni
DUn I )H Iq OgN I CNyCU. and proper training they are rapable ol
making a very creaitaoie snowing. Those
United States Sen ator Joseph taklns Pa" " the play were, Glenn
Tho best quality of Eepairing
K. Burton of Kansas was last
week sentenced to six months'
imprisonment in the county jail
and to pay a fine of $2,600 for
accepting compensation from
lhe Rialto Grain & Securities
Loucks, L. E. Baker, Ed. Mason, Henr
Conroy, Beattnce Loucks and Bertha
Conroy. Lewis Baker gave the coon I
song "Carve dat Possum," at the close ol
t wiH be with regret that tfiey 6f St'1B for U"B 1,n'
' . . . -, - V.f fluence while a member of the
pee him give nj) hig work n ths
section of the state, wh,eire nore
men of his kind are needed
Dont forget the grandmas 'free picture
day at the photo gallery.
A. B. Weisner, of Culver, was in town
United 'tates senate in belialf on his Way home 'from a visa
of that concern in certain mat
ters pending before the postof-
First class meals and beds.
Prices reasonable. Head
quarters for all stage lines.
fice department at Washington.
Burton's motion for a new trial
was overruled. An appeal will
' -vi j , . ,,' . ... . r
nnantities. and then it will follow "V?" tu "uo mg proqf on his
that this entire section mav he- D"u"'u " locautj..
pAm dotted with oil.'wfin. tn tnat of Senator Mitchell's of Or- lost,
f INDICATIONS ARE PLENTIFUL
One of. these d.ays oil will be
struck in this country in "pay"
in the Willamette valley.
Don P. Rea went to prineville thi
morning on townsite business. He ex
pects to return on Saturday afternoon.
Aioert i. Yocnm, ot culver, was in
town on Monday, with bis witnesses, niak
homestead entry in tha
-Bnarwood pipe: amber mouth-
alhiost every instance where 2??! wfl0 .se sentence was a piece, gold band around stem with initial.
. i. li. $1,000 fine and SIX months' lm- N. H. P." Return to N. H. Pinkerton,
Madras, and receive reward.
1 HENRY L KUCK
Harness and Stock Saddles
COWBOY OUTFITS A SPECIALTY,
wells have been sunk to any nanrn,MA.
a.t. .- -:..... pnsonraent.
uvpwiu iu Yiiaui u ioruia- Qf acknQw
tion of sandrook thoroughly im- leaged by the conrt and a bilJ
been found, the oil beiugsuf- tv eKnnn r i:
. , w x- . ,b iL bond tor 5,000 for his appear-
rininnr in nnbntirtr rr mown Tho . x A
7 J v r- "nce iu the supreme court,
water unfit for drinking pur-
poses. Some weeks ago a well SEGREGATION APPROVED
. . 1 TT .1- 1
auuijiunoxnu uiWw,,,ttUu Governor Chamberlain last
r.. : a . cKf . . I
ill Lei iLuiiiii. uuwu uvcr jliuxj itstri. f i. . i x-. i.
ohnJ VBC" iCl50,VeU.J WU U "m lUt? I O.Johnston of the D.I P Company,
tuo ,ana 0lHce at Wa8Uinfirton thai d be sent by him to Los Angeles.
1 . . . A 1 i 11 . f I - I
Because uie water was so jun oi ,i8t8 of and involving 31,082.21
ou itiai uie ; uo.HBB woum not acre8 of Jand in The DaJeg a(J
drink it and it was wholly unlit Lakeview districts to be irrigat
ipr oomesuc puiposes. iUi . ed by the Oregon Devdopment
AiiuiuB wu xiui.4uuiv.ng lor on, Company were approved by tin
Dealer fn Cnllnri, Whlpi, Rohon and u gun
erl lino o( Homo KuriiUhln (Joudi, Tcnli
Vwninci mm n skqu Covert, All work gunr
John Drummond, who for some months
past has been working with Mason anc
Palmehn at Tipton, returned to Madras
with his family the latter part of the week,
F. C. Rowlee, superintendent of the U.
I. P. Company, was in town yesterday, or,
ns way to the company's headquarters ai
Redmond, Mr. Rowlee is returning from
shaniko, where he has been to take th
nig auto which belonged to the Central
Oregon Transportation Co. The big
machine has been purchased by Managn
Sait Second St.
TUB PALLEfl, Ore
and so he abandoned the well
and will sink another where he
thinks he will be off of the"anti-
cline". With the indications
that have been found in thib
section of tJrook cotinty it is
secretary of the interior Octo
ber 21, and the same day exe
cuted a contract which wes ap
proved by the president.
This land is situated near the
boundary of Crook and Klam
truly remarkable that there has ath counties. The company will
baen no systematic prospectinc ouiia canals and reclaim it, h
for oil. It was reported a year accordance with tho Oarey act
no-n that Archie Mason hnd
bonded the Barnett property GOOD HORSES !N DEMAND
near Haystack aud would sink
in search of oil, but nothing has
been done upon it since that
time, as far as we can Jean).
The statement of the sale of
young horses in Pendleton and
vipinuy py vy. jf y0rk or Kil
bride, is wprthy of the attention
of Btockrilen. In the East Ore-
gdnian of last week was a news
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department ol 'tho Interior,
Land Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Octobor 21, 105.
NoticolK hereby given that tho following-
nuiucd octtlcr Iim tiled notlcoof liU intention
to make fluul proof In support of liix claim
that Httld proof will be inudo before j, J.
Smith, county clerk, at Prineville,' Oregon, on
Peccmbcr U, 1TO5, viz.
Joxcph V, Welffond,
of Lamonta, Oregon, If, K, Ko, 7810, or the
oM, hw'4 !c 10, no nwj, nwj w4
aoc 1ft, tp 13 , r II o, w in.
HonemcH the following wltn)Meg to prove
hU contlnuouti reildeneo upon aiidcultlvatioh
of ld land, vizi
Walter I.ttligow, Cliarlcs Pax ton, Lee Moore
and John Hanloy, allot iMinouta Orctgon.
P-u2-d7 MicuaklT, Noun, negliter.
i.N. M UAIVEi
and Wagort Maker
FirHt Sunday, morning and evening.
Methodist Kplaoopal, Hoy. J. K. Crnlg,
Second Sunday, morning and evening,
uenuonlte Jircthren Kuv. Cain, jinHtor.
Third Sunday, ilornlng and Kvening,
u. a. oiiurcn, liev. j, K. Urali;, niustor.
Sunday school at 0 a. in. each Sunday.
urs. J, K. Craig nuperlii' undent.
HICTIIODIST HI LI, DISTIUCT.
German If. . Churnh, Itcv. J. (i
Mouhrlng) pnstor, Sunday school ntp.!!0
t. in,, John lloirmnn, Sr., superintend
tut, l'reaclilng services at i'J.BO a. in. mid
7,80 p. in. German Kcltodl alid CatuclilNiu
conducted hy pastor Saturday at 2,00 p, in.
Ip worth Luagtio, Sunday evening ut 0::iO
AflKNOV I'LAlNH llIHTHIOT,
First Sunday, 8 p. in., J. K. Craig.
Fourth Sunday, liiornllltr hud evenhiL'.
Itev. II. A, Cain.
William Uraustotler, HUiiei-lntendeiit of
Sunday school, Sunday school every
Sunday afternoon nt 2.3). - Preaching hy
Rev. V. K. Fiilghahi and others at Irregu
lar periods i
First aud third Sundays, inornliisr ami
evening, tho Rev. II. A, CfilnJ Meiliionltu
Iug,inu vaatr1 tn flifa itn.
7 o r
txmmUU the meodluiM of r i- Z9 ZFJ?n All V0rk Oiiarantd
t3tirtry roAds, until ihy brisk is the demand, for gpod
Mrt eo Jli)elled to take A tl-ijp in-1 stock Formerly Mr, York sold 1 5H ANIKO X)RBtiON iik itock lifciiiious,
The Rev. J, K. Craig makes tho follow
ing appolutmotits for the country districts:
Sccim 'uiday, ,80n,m, Uulvei; 8n.
in,, Ilorney. Sehoolhouse. ,
Third Sunday. 8 p.m., nt Mud Springs
Fourth Huiiday, a, in,, willow Creek;
T H E
Deal For Two Week;
Wnrkinn and Drive H a prt :; on ,,
ana tverytnmg in une narness Line,
Has re-openecj with a fine line
BUTTER, EGGS AND
A. PIERSON, Prop.,
Qlxoes, Harness, Strap,,
virorlr, and all kinds of
Xjoatlxor "Wor3r done neat
ly and on slaort notice.
J. E, WILSON
The White Electa
CRAMER & STEVENS, PROP'8.
pitrst-Class Wines, JLiiqao
HIGH GRADE CA$E GOODS
Oor, Fifth au4 $ Streets
A. E. CROSBY
Carrion Oomp.olo Muu of DriiKi, Modlctnon, Chomtcl. Houicliol'l Jlcm
nriUfgltit'HiiiKlrlnii Ami J'Jioto Huppllui, Country M Onlur I Klvo W t'"
attuntlon. A (Iriv'tuate ti clitrgv. Sato delivery gunrftiitcttJ. Yf 'fE
my nijoftldlty. Hlricliiilno mid Vvrt DcHiroyoM, Stock Koodn Mi'I I'll1'0' I,,,B
AKonty lor Kantmnu Kodnk, hdlh '1'hotion, WHOI.1MALK ANH ItCTAII
If you have a farm or town property
for sale, list It with the Madras Healty
Company, Madras, Oregon, Ollice in
Townwlte BiiildluK, MHdrne, OreRoii,
NOTICE FdR PUBLICATION.
IjupHrlmcnt pi tho Interior.
Lund Offlce t Ttio DaIIoh, Orc((oii,
Novomber U, 1WH,
Nollro i liuroby given ttmt tho follonlUL'-
immvd Kotttor Iiuk llluit nutlcu of lit inttnitlon
oniaue II i! it 1 proof In nupport of IiIk itlnlm'.
ind,tlmtKttd proof will be jnado beforu Don
I. lien, I' H, CotMinlHNlnnur, at liU oHlcU in
Maclrax, OreKOii, on December a7, 1WO, vl!
H. Jullun tfranllo,
ol Madran, Oreuon, ou It, K. No. lt.7i)T..friV tile
iou -t, a, ami ejs mvm jwyw, tp 11 , r 1)1 i; w n
HO l)llie IIIU folluwlllir U'ltllimxria m tin..-..
blwntliiuoin redoneo Upon and enltlviVlon
l'rcd Jlcnuku, Cniro Winter. Joo Matnanh
and Louli Areniiitor,all of MAdra, Oregon;
MIClUKh T, NOUN,
Cut till" out, lliitert r
ilju and mallTo-niVI
I Want Tho
To The l'loneor rublliWr
. Madrai, Oregon i y
whleli I agroo v p
oil or Ufore January Ut,Wh