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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1907)
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,WWV.,1ir.Hailt of Cro.
ft lt Friday.
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- rfhd lamtly left last week
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r . ..,vrllnc Milcsnmn for
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borne from "c
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I . nn make
s.(f jV M'tHi'-ll wngon,.or
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tcbkfionTuc?(hy' Mage, hav-
tuBumoned to ssiem on ..
iil!ne$ ofhi mother.
b ...... r ruii'rr was in
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Llct'diy tieimin(; to inn.i uu,..
L CommiiJioncr usuorn.
. n n.i.i..i mil Mis Susie
L',t to Antelope on TneJ.tl.iy, to
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9 parents, Mr ana nu.
kR Acdefon "f U.iycrcek was
A tie first of the wrrk and filed
LtanKtMd bef re Commissioner
art Watli, who hm been work
Lkbfcfjfver.il months past,, ro
ta home on the Plains last
teueHaitley left yesterday frr
From thrre "(he expects to go
: hicli pl.ve she has secured
Robinson Ins been visiting
tai the home ol her father and
Mr.ind Mrs. Sam Rush, near
Issowhn Gilnly monntain seven
jiriiis week'pJve notice thnt it was-
iitarly to begin the nursing 'of a,
Hpnng fever" 5
ItHctel Poimlexter is the moit pop.
mdf the countyscnt. Under1
moment, fourtcous treatment,
l!C5.nmodaiion ami popular prices,
etimcto buy your plows, bar
pit, etc Call in and look over
piO.Canion plows and barrows.
sdnlb,al 'ijci now in stock, nt
UM A. Robins & Co.
"Cmjof was in town lat
PJ He returner last week from
"here lie sprnt several month
?tbe Winter Mr Craig awns the
fiJhoon whu h Sage Urush spring
I'ktii Miittilv if liiul liIintlcH for
fkWlni warranty ium) iitlt claim
Vrt',ctHltel ami crop murtgngcH,
Jstllce court Ihnkn ami limtlcu
Vrt( 11 lt Pit I kl If
llilll r nl.,1 1.1... I. ...I
r'":1" lhe "V'ly and ncnerai
puce of your business correspond
Ine I'ioiiw .Hue is specially
""orHiiskavl of work. Call and
P'Wrr about it. Mail orlrrs
' Bertha Cotuny tettirned last Fri
pgfrom Pendleton, where she
HWWUc mrse at the Pen
Bwlnt5S Co( , ,.
fc.l3fif!10Jrs)ip , c puu
-wkfottnty hool securing the
. " m ex.uitin.uian, and Miss
.'waia pti.nl in it,- Madras
KM won (Ik ,me
fE. M. Smith -.nl !,.!!.. ....
fj'1' At,lt"'. (,hcrc tlicy go to
i ...n, who is agent at that place,
r-'whieft i.MH 1
ul.( - ""r.H mnnius ago
I', exptcteil in min l.i
7lbulhey,,iv i .,.,.
, ' mimioget permanently locat.
('oi mar,V ff'ciuls on Agency
""Itfnr. i .... .. .
, lhe first settlers in that locali-
Franks d.ea plCS(lay
. Wil I ll A K,, . . . ...
Xejh Uls ",ul eventually
fc tile brain, Mr. Frnnk
t,Jeiof ace. n. ..... ..
kl "Vii WH.l inn 1 a ..
kW. nr of ,l,c Rebellion.
Wn,... . MC nml ve cliildran. The
HiJ,a. . lv,nJ on n lionicslead
rl and .. .
kuu. 10 fiineviiic a
ft. i.i (l( mitt ln'lO niif i - i i mull
Mm, W. II. t'olt of Oulvor in in town
Perry Read of Colvc'r was 1ntown ;dh
C. M. Ciiristenson of Vounjjs was in
M. Vantnsscl of Culver Vls'fted in Mnd
ras last ijon'dny
John (3rcen. and Omer Cyrus of Culver
were in town Inst Friday,
George Lytle of Hnycreck whs a Visitor
in Madras on, Sunday last.
Uolby Fjoonor, a rnnolrur from 4'rall
OroHHlhu, Ih hi ttiwi, today.
0. K. SpliiM and wlfo and Mm, J, L.
OIIiikiui won in town today from Col
J. C Robinson lias been looking after'
business matters at Ashwood during the
Mrs. Linnn IJ, Wood returned Friday
evening from a visit at her old h&mc in
Louis and.Eriiil Falkcnnagen arrived the
first of the week lor a visit with their par
ents on Agency Plains. '
Mrs, Frank Osborn has been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Head,,
at Culvtr during the past week,
'"rcil McDowull roitti-iicd 'riifduy
inornliig from u tlir.'o rnontliH vInIi nt
PnrMuiid aiiilotlii!i'vllliunutto polntM
W, E. Glicrln Jr was in town Sunday,
on bis way 'to Poitland from HemJ, where
he lias been looking after Uiisincss inter
II., W. Turner returned this morning
from his homestead near Powell Untie,
where lie has been spending the past few
For Sale: Three horses') one almost
new 7 in, tubular nt wagon"; one heavy
wagon; Syracuse gang plow; cheap for
cash. Rock Robinson, .Madras, Or. a4
Miss Susie Hrngan has accepted a
position as bookkeeper for J. W. & NL
A. Robinson & Company. Miss Hro-
gan is a graduate of a Portland business
Died, at the home of 0 Ii. Spink near
Culver, on March 7, 1907, the infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. L. Clingan,
tfter an illness ol foil weeks with tuber
For Sale nr Trail! A Mltohell
wagon, iilni'ixt new, lu cheap'; or
will trado for ft Inch WNgnn. AddrcRM
IOuIm B WIIhoii, M-nlrtH, Qrrgi.n, or
oall at ri'hldonco near Itotind Hutto. m
James Moore of Hood River has been
visiting in this locality during the past
week with a view to locating here per
manently. 1 1 is hrolher, John, Moore, is
employed on the Lovelamj drilling outfit
which is at work on Opal Prairie.
1 1 .
Ora Van Tassel and Postmaster Fred
Davis have formed a partnership for han
dling real estate in this locality, and will
have an ollkc in the postollice building.
In addition to handling deeded land, they
expect to give attention to locating settlers
upon government land.
No new appointments have been made
at the land ollkc at The Dalles, although
since the removal of llegislcr Nolan, the
appointment of his successor has been
expected daily. The oflice is in charge
of the Receiver, Miss Anne M . Lang, who
was placed in sole chat gent the time Mr.
Nolan was removed by (he President.
W. A. May, farming the E. E. Lytic
farm, lost two or three horses through the
carelessness of somebody leaving the
fences down. The, animals' died from
eating wheat that hail been prepared with
formaldehyde for sowing, and left there
on account of a change in the weather
preventing seeding. Moro Observer.
George White, whose homestead ad
joins that or Ottfl.MolleUlt.ls planting an
orchard of about five acres 011 his land.
Mis neghbor, Mr. Holfcldt, is setting out
about a mile and a half of shade trees
along the border of his place, and when
the shade nnd fruit trees on these two
lanches get n good growth, that will be
one of the most attractive sections in this
.( iniilr mini
This is tho time of year for
rni morn to Infill to Unnlc about
Ht'ud Dottitoes. Uivo tip tlio om
ru!o of saving tlio small potn
t rmu fru- rikmI. Eat iho small
I - - w
onus if vott must, or food them
to the hogs, but save tlio largest
and.smopthest and cleanest for
seed. This in tho rule witn
uvory other crop. Corn raisers
in tho Middle States Bavo the
best oars for seed. Wheat in
run through it oleaner to tUo
Mif ti. R ir vckK ana smaii
knrnelfl. The best of ever)
thing except potatoes is saved
for seed. Adopt a new rule
this year and every year and
watch results. urogonmu.
We want a share of your trade for
19 0 7
Our Hlgn Grade goods offered, service ancl
Low Prices, Merit It.
McTAGGART & BYE
Every cash purchaser can have a Grand
Entertainer a Talking Machine in th'e
home. We are giving. them away. Get in
formed and save our Coupons.
Tu another column we are pub
iahiiiLr this wek an interesting
arliclu on tho management of
the soil, with especial ru fere tut
to the conservation of the, nioU
lure, the article should be
read by all who are interested
in fanning in this Kection--and
all of us should be deeply inter
ested in all matters touching an
industry, upon the success or
which d. pends entirely tho fu
ture of thin district. Prosperity
for our farmers will mean pros
perity for the merchant, the ba
iter, the butcher, and all those'
various interests which go to
make up community life, ami
our interest in the success of the
farmer is, therefore, a direct one.
The nrticle in question is from
the pen of Mr. George H. Fi-
ver, one of the best known soil
experts in the government agri
cultural department. Tlio prin
ciples of soil culture advocated
by him are practically the same
as those which for years have
been advocated by Mr. 11. VV.
Campbell, originator of the
Campbell system" of dry land
farminL', and they have brought
success to thousands of farmers
in the t-emi-arid regions of the
West. Mr. Failytr s article is
entertainingly written, and will
be of absorbing interest to you.
Umatilla county wheatgrow-
ers have taken lime by the
forelock, and begun laying in a
supply of grain sacks for this
seasons harvest. A deal tor
half a million sacks was closed
on Monday, and the sacks will
bo distributd among the far
meisof Umatilla and Morrow
counties. The price was not
made public, but is thought to
have been not more than nine
cents, delivered in Pendleton.
Morrow county wheatgrowers
who came in on the deal took
120,000 of tho sacks.
Tho sacks woro bought by
tho Inland Empire Wheat
Growers' Association, which or
ganization is composed of prom
inent wheat growers of Uma
tilla county. ThiB organization
was ellected for tho purposos of
mutual protection and will be
incorporated in order to make
it a legal institution and give it
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
PermrtHcnt of the Interior
Land Oflice fttTue Dalles, Oregon.
Febrimry 13. 1007.
Notice la hereby given that Frank F Fich,
of M ml nil, Ori-goii, ha lllml notlre ot his
Intention to nuifce llnnl live-year prool In
xtipport or lilt elfclin, viz:
HomcntCRil Kntry No. 10MA, made November
29, 1901. for the eKtw and Lott a nnd t of sec
7 and l-ot 1 of see IS, t 12 a. r 13 c, win.
And tliHt naiil nrool will ho made before
Frank Osl.orn. I . S. CofiimiMtloner. nt Ills
office in Madras, Oregon, on April 6th. 1907.
lletiaiiicK tlic tol owltiir wimeufcca 10 prove
hln rontlnuoiM residence uion, and cultlva.
tlu.i m, ineiano, viz:
UcorKO Kllllnbeck and WlfIam Orllton, of
Madras. Oret-on. -Hint Allert Yooum and
Danlo Swift, of Cuver, OrcRon, .
Miciiakl T. Nola.v,
y AN TASSEL & DAVIS
REAL ESTATE, LOCATING
Oill,ob in tlio Pont Gnk'o lliitldlng
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of he Interior
lud Office fttl'he Dallen, Orecon,
February 1, 10O7.
K(illr-n 1 herebv clvcn that Ixjllls A
Youne of Madras. Oregon, has riled notice of
his intention to make , final five-year
proof in support of his claim' Tin
11 K. No. 9I0. made October 18. -1601. for the
wUJ4 and cWswJi of MSC20, tp 10 , r U c,
And thktsaid nVoof will be made before Frank1
Oslotn, U 8 Comm'r, at his office in HtuU
ra. Oregon . on April S. 1!W7.
lie names the followlnL' witnesses to prove
his continuous resilience upon, and cultlva-.
tion 01, ino iani; viz:
Kit Kutcher, U. SCowles, W. A. I;e and W
II. Stonehocker, alt ot Madras, Oregon.
Michael T. Nolan,
Timber Land, Act June 3, J873
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S, Land Offico, The Dalles. Or.,
December 8. 2U00
A'otlco Is hereby ixlveh that In rniniili
ance with tho nrovNIons or tlio net of Con
gress of Junes, 1878, entitled "An aci ror
'ho sale of timber lands .in tho states of
California, Oiegon, Nevada and trashing-
t' 11 t erritory , s exwuueu w an 1110 puu
lie liimi states uy act or August 4, inn-',
Louie II. Minor,
of Hend. county of Crook, state of Orecon
has this dav tiled in this olllco her sworn
statement 33tQt, for the nurcnasu of tin
oKvK andHse'i of see 7 tp 13 s, r 1
rv w m.
Anil will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposos
nml to esintiiibii uer ei.um m sum lanu
heforo II. C. Klil', u. S. Commissioner, at
his olllco In lluud, Oregon, on the 13th day
of Antil, 1H07.
She names as witnesses: Chariot L
Ilrock nnd frank O. Minor, of Hend, Ore
gon. and Mlllson .1. Huberts nnd iSfwood
W. itouorts, or sisters, uregon.
Iny and ajl pursoi.a claluilng. ndversoly'
thu above- locrlbcri lands are requested to
file their claluiH In this oflice on or before
saulKWi day of April, 1W7.
Miciiakl. T. Noi.ax,
tv "fir j
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Good Stock. Careful Drivers
liest of Hay and Grain Fed
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GENERAL STORAGE AND FORWARDING
Special attontion to Wool Gdlng and Baling for Eastern ship
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