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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1906)
-KTiMiae A MADRAS
rhroniole of Improvements-The
Throng Business and
HronzoTurkoyB foreltf, for bri'i'illim
" doilro ehonflW m I purposes. Apply to A. P. Clink
n aoBitod to hntid In , Mn(jraB Oregon.
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town from OP1
took a trip to
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Conner h oecn ,a h
)tbei(eor Charles Doling at
iit with his family.
Lj of Culver attended the
1S) t Friday evening.
$2,75 per sack wlilin
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Reed and ' daughter,
Culver, were in town last
Mk the Lumber Yard
nuw cupboard you
a lerry Barber of Haystack
j ca Friday last, and attended
I party in me eveowK.
sw, traveling salesman for
ober Company, was a visitor
iicaSiwrday and Sunday.
ItCotwJ in town on Monday,
t it i
near Haycreeic. ne nas
i Bend for several months
lot rough and dressed luni-
donr- and window-
itriitoglM t tueGrlrxly Lake
iSaadsy cldckeu dinner at
d." Billy Mooro cooks II
ttoialt you. Do not fall to
pejbeck has let a contra, to
ion k Comer, well drillers
to drilj a well on bis
Minly to stop at Hotel'l'olu-
iU convinced tliut It Is tliu
!ir hostelry In Prlneville.
i treatment, good ucconiuio-
1 popular prlcea.
Fttjlam Iet on Tuesday for
i,to nake proof upon his home
lAjcaqr Plains. John Evick
i Blackerby accompanied him
l lopply of legal blanks for
Jiojrmuty Hud quIL oltilm
'itmit! and crop mortuniiefl,
oticecourt blankH ami lubtlco
tknpwIalty.-F. J. Drooke.
Jileuun Is local ncront for
toMest mill Htroni'..H nf ni..
Pttlei. If you duaire I...
' 0Ur property, hc will be
K for you in tlilu com-
I K. Craig and Mr. Pinkhnm.
k conducting revival meet.
, arrived in Madras Inst
W issisiiniT iti !... I It
e nifttings being held here.
aml 'he attendance m thi-
D. Urown. has rfu.i.,i !.
icl "f producing plenty of
i me ury rar.cbers
I the revtrenil
Utlh" water hunimg, he will
town the latter
says that the
"i"" which he
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dlSlillerv u ll!
w,ei. sitw niiit cn
llka"St19j. o ...... .
ft.,. w oocini at the
"lltt the evoni . .
Hdistnr, c ,or ,,,e I'encfit of
"u" e broko ni,
n iivuu rrurn i
Go to tlio Grizzly 1, Lumber Ywrd,
for your doorit mid windows nt priced'
that ruiiko you mnllo.
MlssClnra Hcaly of Culver was in
Madras last, Friday evening, for the pup
pose of attending the dance.
The registration books are now open at
the ofllce pf F. J. Brooks, justice of the
peace. Go and register
CloHlnfr out nt n big dlncnunt doorn
mid window,, bar bod wiro and lientlrig
ftnvcn at Loucks & WIIhod'h. Cull mid
get tholr prlocH.
C. C. Corey Slupf-rintendent4i of the
Warm Spring Indian Reservation, was a
visitor in Madras on last Saturday. Mrs.
Corey accompanied him.
G. K. Moorhead, who spent hut week
here, defending the contest against his
homestead on Agency Plains, returned
to his home at Dufur on Saturday.
If you have a farm or town property
for sale, list it with the Madras Realty
Company, Madras, Oregon. OiTicc In
Tow unite Building, MudraH, Oregon.
Robert S. Muny of Camas Washing
ton was in town on Saturday looking after
his contest of the homestead entry of
Charles Uiercks. The contest was a de
fault case, the defendant not appearing.
Max Lueddeman left Tuesday mcrning
for The Dalles, to meet Mrs. Lueddemann
who is returning from a visit at her old
home in Moscow, Idaho. She will be
accompanied by her sister, Miss Carrie
McConnelt, who wil vtsi her at Mad
Max Wilson has purchased a half inter
est in the furniture business of 0. K.
Loucks & Co, and the firm in the future
will be known as Loucks & Wifson.
They will continue to look after the wants
of their costomers with a first-class
Charles E. Lamson, who has been Visit
ing in the Culver neighborhood for sever
al weeks past, left Tuesday morning for
the Yakima country, in Washington,
where his family are already residing,
lie expects to locato. there permanently,
his father and brother having also moved,
to that locality.
Otto Hohlfeldt struck water in (he wej
he was sinking on his place in township
io range 14, last week, the water coming
in with a flow strong enough to yei'd
ample water for all ranch purposes. The
water was struck at a, depth of 125 feet.
Mr. Holfeldt has been very persevering in
his efforts to gr.t water op his ranch, and
he is naturally very much, gratified at his
success in fiinding it.
The "hard times party" gtven nt the
public school building on last Saturday
evening was a pleasant occasion, socially,
and a profitable one far the school from a
financial stand point, fts something over
S20 was raised for (he district. Messrs,
S. U. Percival and Rufus Campbell
each sang a solo, and there were Read
ings by Max Wilson, Glen Loucks and
Tom Tnylor, the program being enjoyed
by all. ARcr the regular program was
completed, Mr. Mason auctioned off a
number sofa pillows, and o'.her articles.
Cake and coffee was served by the
fUR IWAIRINC FINE SHOE?
COMPLETE LINE OF HARNESS AND SAD
j)L FIXTUIJES '
The best quality of Eopairing
At Our January
Given with Sale pupons
several times a
George w. Kankin 1
up and take nourishment
The dancing party was quite attended
r- i f T I ..I .
lasi r riaay evening, ana a very picasani
time is reported by all.
John T. Uizncy, formerly in the Indian
Service at Warmspringt Agency, was in
Madras last Tuesday on business con
nected with the Indian Department.
Sherman J. Harrop and Elmer G.
Wooldridge, both prosperous farmers of
the Culver neighborhood, made proof on
their homesteads beforn Commissioner
IO H Efltrfi II 1 Aim
f-ft'tT" M W'.tf -& mmm mm
Want to be Postmaster.
Two petitions are being circulated this
week, asking for the appointment as post
master at Madras, to succeed Martin T.
Pratt, resigned. The applicants for the
appointment are John McTagg'art and
Fred Davis, each of whom is having a pe
tition circulated in his behalf.
Mr. Pratt's resignation was made
necessary by the fact that hi; presence
was required in Portlapd, for which reason
he could not give the ofllce his personal
attention, iiis many friends herp vjll re
gret to learn that he does not expect to re
turn to Madras soon, although "be rriay
return later on.
In addition to the parties, natt'd
above as applicants for appointment as
postmaster at this place, Charles F. De
lano is alsa an applicant and has been
circulating a petition during the week.
! Grizzly Post Office Store
Do you know where (o find the bargains?
I.ct us toll yon ; go lo frily I'oit Oflh-o
Htoru, ntirt you will find full lluuiif
IIArdwnro, Otojvrlcs,- 'nil '"klnU of
Canned Uoorift, GVillco, nnd jjood nnort
fficnt of Mon' J-'tirnlihlfiK. AUo nil
klndfl'rlf I'ftWnt DrugH. ' -
dies' rfoso.'was 30c, now 26o.
Oomo and ce otir soodx, rnd lot us
hIiow yon our 1'KICES AJIK Iti'mT.
nif. .tfhr -rftr Tr?k lf ,'fir.ifk.k. it,x .Vfg tTir ifh Zj5 jtk. jBc aOoOcOiuJV
jCadras, Oregon jj
BLAGKSMITHING AND WAGON-MAKING
, ricrsoahoolng a 5.p.QC'a'ty
I WATER-TANKS and GRAIN-RACKS
fl - ALWAYS ON HAND
tg"sf J 7? g7!? -vm mL j w-pj- -tj' w
Has re-opened with a fine line
BUTEp; EGgS NQ VEGETABLES
A. PIERSON, ProR.', " Madras, Ore.
We Jiave the following choice tracts of
land for sale in this vicinity:
200 aort'B land near Lamonta about
15 iutk'8 from Prlnovlllo Crook county
Oregon. All tillable. One half under
cultivation, cheap for cuhIi, write.
N..i. ; "corui
AND FEED BARN
l'lumv m:i:i. MMiRgur.i
GOOD "MEALS CLEAN BEDS
(WAIN AND H?VV OK ALU KINbS VOW SAI.K
R. T. JONES
Livery - Barn
Good Rigs and Good Horses
Transient borsea given tbo
bt'Ht of care uud good feed.
AT THE SIGH OF THE MADRAS FEED YARD
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tlio Interior.
U. H.t.iwid Office nt Tim DhIIo orPK"".
DiK-oinber Hi. linn.
Nottco In luirtiliy lvcn tlmt U10 followliiR.
nnmud nuttier Iih tlU'd iiotlcp nf IiIk liitvntloii
toiimku llnnl roo( In MiiiiMirt of rlnlm. mid
Hint mild proof will Uo rondo boforo I). 1'. Itu.
17, H. ComiulKHtonr, t hi ulllt-o In Mndms,
OreKon,on Juiumvy 2ltli, iww, vUi
Hliurmmt J. HurWi
of Culvor, OrvKOii, K No. ll.wn, for tho
no 1. 1 of m-c 11, tp, J:l m, r, Vi 0, w. n.
lloimnu-Ktliu following wltnuos to proyo
liln pontluuoiiit roHldoni-u upon and cnltlvutlon
of Mld liind, vl:
Jhiiiuh K, ((rout. Wllllnin Hnwloy, of Madras
Oregon: Hurt w'nodard, Klmer (I. wooldrldfc'e,
of Culver, Oregon,
160 acres of farming land, 15 miles
south of Madras. Good house and barn,
all fenced; 80 acres now in grain and bal
ance can be cultivated. The crop will be
included in the purchase price,
240 acres about 10 miles southwest of
Madras, on Little Agency Plains. All
plough land; Unimproved. Level plateau
and, and as good 3s, the best, jand m this
'640 acres of land five rrjie northeast
of Madras. All "under fgnpe anfl 55b
acres ot Tt good "plough, Jad bnlance
40 acres of land lyipg trjdpf Columbia
Southern ditch; all jrrigabe,
160 acres of fanping aj)d lying 12
miles north of na,dras. Hqs fine spring
upon it, and S ftl) fenced,
800 acres, of farming arid pasture land,
15 miles north of Madras. Thirty acres
can be irrigated and used for fruit ranch
or garden spot,
Title to all of above tracts perfected.
Abstract furnished if desired.
Prices and terms reasonable.
For particulars apply to
Antelope Drug Company
Prescription work a principal feature of this store. No substitution.
Accuracy guaranteed. Mail orders receive careful attention and de
livered in return mall.
SE.EJT LINE OF PERFUMERY ANQ TOILET ARTICLES j:
A. E. CROSBY
Pfjrrlos a Copi)-?!0 Mnp pf flriigs, Medirlpes, Cherpleajs, Houselipld Remedies,
pruBglntu Snltdclcs and Photo Supplle.-i. Country Mall Orders I rIvc my personal
itiufitioli. A Graduate in oharKC Safe delivery cuarantued. Your prescription
iny tpdclf(ty. Strychnine and Peft Uetroyerx. Stprk Food apjl pips of alt Iciuda,
.jjpey Toj; Jjjstm'aii KodftkSj' Both Thoqes. WlIOUSAWi ANb'ltETAIL.
fa the month to begiapurr
4 UfUitu.l .
rii i nir t, m
at i.i;r,,lw rwmllnritv
Vfiat olatw inealH and bedfi,
lyloes roRBOnable, Head
tmrtorri for ull stago lltH''
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
, Dopiutnuuit of tlio Interior.
U. V- nc0 Tl'' lMlf Oregon.
liocuinl)ers I" ItKtt. ,4
Notice U liereiiy ..Ktvon that tho following
iminod HoUler.lmn filed notice of Jil Intention
to nmkii fllUI proof 111. eiUport of hln i-hilm,
iiitiOlVrtl Mild proof will he made ubforo IU
Hen, V. H. l.'oVilnlxKluner, at hit olllco III Mild
run, UruKil. Jhnry ilth, IM vlk :
Winer (l. Wubldrldge,
of Culver. OrVge-ti. di if.. K. No. ll.ottt, for the
nw l-litue II, tpl-'l riae, w 111. ,
HejiaineK the. following wHncuxM to jirove
hlK eniitlnnonx renldcme upon und ciiltlvntlon
1 if niiM hii"' 4'l-
mniea K. iiroui. HhTiimn'4 r.nrrup, uiiiMtti
Ualf. of Mulni", Oregon, Hon iHl"rl. of
' 'ui i 1 ,r i;"i
1 1 11 ' I '. T "I S
D. P. Rea, or
p.O Oregon, this
Cut this bnt, Insert I'. O, address, date,
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NOTION FOR rUBLFOATIOK,.
Department of tho Interior; . . .
Lnnd OlllceatTlio Dalles Oregon.
December JH, 1P05. ,
Nnticn s hnrebv. uivun mac mo 10 iowi
liiL'.inuiiecl settler has filed notice otitis
Intention to make Html proof In suppoit at
hlsclHlm, nniltbat sitUl piwl' wlUlni.iu.iidb
boforo the Keglster nnd llueolvor nt The
Dulles, Oregon, on .January Sfi, 1WHV, vli:
Yllllam li. KiUm... .
of MttdWH, Orgvin. on H. I. N,n. i;i,l7l. Idr Hie
w i.-J no 1-4 Ami v u l-l, khi, l' r la
lie names the following witnesses to
pvuvo lils eontl minus residence upon and
ciilUvntlimnt siiid lnnd, vU;
Ant 11 KutiilsiH, llowafd Uluiiki-rVy. Alfred
j HlK,-. .It n'l !' t l''W nil o( Mudra- r jt.wt
Nil v. K T.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Peparlmunt o.f thef ntoriorv
Lrlnd Otlico at The Dalles, Oregon,
, . December 10, 11)05.
Notice Is horaliy. fjlvou that the 'follow-Itig-muned
settler bus tiled iiQtlcuof his .
intention to mitku final proof. in support nf
bis olnliu, and that unh proofvill bemHilt;
b'ufure Don J ltciv, U. S, Commissioner, nt
Ills olljco In Madras, Oregou, on .January .
John-T. llimnutr,.r "
ot Mmlras, Owguii, xui II K.('o. u,&$l;-(ar thor
xo 1-4 aw 1-1, w M so 1-1 seo H hwd', irJU'J no 1 4 -m'c
art, ti u is r l;i er w ni. . ,
lie names the following wttaenses to-
prove his rentlnnous .lesldonee Upon nbcV
cultivation of nnltt lruuLvl.
Kiel Tiam, 11 fnuoks, '04era, f kUlw
all v' Miil-ii, Ori tun
MK'UA V.l. T. NOI A1T,