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MADRAS, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. MAY 2, 1907.
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WHEAT, HOGS, EGGS, K
BUTTER or PRODUCE
You have to sell
U. S. COMMISSIONER
IE PAY YOU The HIGHEST PRICE
QR. IIAIlpr.p CI.AHKH
All klmlx of liptiui Mirk nt reaonnbe irjpc.
Try our SUGAR CURED
From now on wc vill sell only that
(VAX LUEDDEMANN '
I; NOTARY PUBLIC
gg) MADRAS OREGON
LENA M. -LAMB
Q C. COLLYER
1 NOTARY PUBLIC
ivtnm op Tiir, I'imck
CULVER . OREGON
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Onii'c lu ArUiT UUnc.
II A I) HAS
HERMANN IS ACQUITTED
news side h being Wrongly f evojoped , 1 19 fi 1 1 1 Ulil"U UL ;ru
1 along tin1 linos of department covering
yarioUH farm products."
Jury Believed to Havo Been In
fluenced by Judge's Charge
ANNIVERSARY OF 1. 0.0. F.
Order Has Boon In Existence 88
Years Birthday In Colcbratod
Effort Vy III Be Made to Securv.
New County Highway
TRIAL - OCCUPIED OVEIV SIX WEEKS
IiUcroHUngannivcrHnrycxcrciBOHWcre LYLE BROWN GAP TO STAG& ROAfi
hold ntSnforrH Hail hint Friday oven- ' ' "
! 1..- if.u1 ll-.l - I l!.- 1..A I
wg, uy uiciocui louge oi uie inuepuiiu-
ont Order of Odd Fellows, in conimom-
Second Trial Ever Brought on ghargo pration of tho BStfi anniversary of the
Public Records-- founding of that order, The local lodge
participated in a body, jii full regalia,
and a large and appreciative audience
attended the exercises. In addition to
Two Million Words Testimony
Present Traveled Road on Private
' . i
Property Matter to bo Presented
at July Term of County Court , ,
Winger Hermann, ox-Cqnitnlnfiloner
of thetjcncrnl Landufhee, wa acquit
Anoffort will be mado
ho exercises by the Odd
Hhqrt program of music and recitations
1 1 I ll . t I 1 T Af it.'n - . -1 I ..
was reimereu, anu me nevprcnu J, i;, inm ui uibiuuiuv ruiin w Kucuru if
ted aLWiiHliiiiL'ton Gilv luf tSuttiidiiv. of Brown of this nlacc delivered an inter- county road a.4 an outlet from this tee
the charge of destroying government eating lecture on Odd Fellowship, Hon of the county to the main travcletf
(lociuiieiita, in the famous "letter copy- this was tnc nrst public entertain- roau oeiwccn aianmo aim rnnevnig,
book rant's". The letter, hooka were ment given by the local lodge of Odd Atprescnt the only outlet isover privafq
di'Mtroywl just irior to the retirement of Fellows, which has only locn organized ground, through the pasture of Lylo
Commifieioiier Hermann from the (Jen- a little more than a month. The order Brown, as uc county road only extends
oral iviuid Olllce, and the theory of the UaH a large membership at tbffi place. as far as the Lyle A Brown gap. Th '
Can Supply You
Glvo Uo A
IMS 1EAT MARKET
te;s Ccnstant on Hand the Dest Fresh and Cured Meats
J H. HANER
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES
t'iro Imurnnre, Llfo Iimurniico, Suretr DoniU
Itunl Kutiite, CoureyitiiGliig
raiNKVIM.K, - OKKOON
t stock, butter, oggs
I firm produco
rjn. A. A. DURRIS
Madras, Oregon 's! magnetic osteopath
1 W. LIVINGSTON, Proprietor
First-class Service given to
i carm and lios
tlilr.1l. mrt i.iil.li
! IUhus(m curi'il without drugs or surgery
nv iiuiKiii'iic osuMUiumy, tue new so unce
of (IrititleHS ln'iiling. Clinmii; ciikus a
i hiicolaUv. Coiisulliitloii lice.
IttifurvnoeH given to pruiniiiuiit pni ties of
I iiuiauorn, uiugoii.
! Oflicu lu Loiicks Uulldlng
, MADRAS, OREGON
II. V. M.utx, l-refldoui.
T. M. JUtuwi.v, Oushler.
Win. Wthxmi.K Vice l'rtsj.
II. lUUMin, A'ut. Caviller.
NO. 3051 .
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE. OREGON
C'aiUhI, Hurpl dh nml I'li'livhlud
m Ooods and L
adies' Fine HeberdasSiery
I II ft i i mi A. - u . .
i 1 1 1 i tm i- y si r. ui u rm r u w
- 1m- 4. i a r r i r. . - vr n i m m -
7 r ,
ever shipped into Eastern Oregon, OverSOOO
lln .1 ... . a
in i c sn nmenr amiic
proserution was tliat the copybooks
wcro destroyed for the pip-pose of hiding
damaging evidence of the complieitv of
Hermann in the Oregon land fraud
ca0K. jjurlng the trial much evidence
was introduced to show Hermann's
queatiotiablaeloalings with various indi
JHE KANCAROO RAT
matter cannot be brought up earlier.
than thp Julv term of the Court, a
notices of the petition fof a cointy road
vidttals who have been filching goi'ern-
meut domain in this utate. It was to
hide these dealings that the copybooks
were guj)poscd to have been destroyed
byHormann when he left the land
In addition to the sage rat there is must be posted for thirty days, find irt,
another little rodent in this locality order to give the requfrcd ilotcQt thi
which get away with a gppd deal of peti1 jpn cannot be brought up fwor .
grain, ideally it is known as the 'kan- mat time.
garoo rat , and ins principal abode is on Sometime within the nc$t teij ay
the juniper slopes adjoining the wheat the route for the proposed county roarf
fields, The kangaroo rat lias very short will bo selected, and the petitions pre-
frontlegs and very long ones behind, pared Jor circulation. The petition Wilf
after the jnauper of the kangaroo, ask for a road.betwccp the gap, whera
oflice, wherefore the name kangaroo rat. lie the present count road terminates, k(
Tho Jury in the Hermann case are in smaller than the sage rat. On each the SJiatiiko-I'rinevUle road, at the.
believed to havo been influenced to side of his head, at tho sides of his point where the automobile lino crowes -
bring in a verdjet of acquittal by the mouth, are pouches in which he-stores I that" road. IJetween those points th4
chargo of the indite, who instructed the 1,10 rai " w,,ile carrying it off. These roal will follow the, most practical
jury that it w8 not eufllcicnt that tiie ittle pouclies will hold a tcasiMwnful of route, taking into consideration tin? '
jury believe that Hemuuui'8 letter Celled grain, and ip them the kangaroo puriwse of iecpring ad good a road a
Iwoks contained ollleial letters; not rat Ci"'l,e e grain from the fields to enn Uo had through there, and at the f.
enough that it be convinced the books J 1,18 1,urrow. ilere and there on the same tune doing an httlo damage a
formed part of the records of the iwnoral iu"IH'r may be seen little bunches posible to the intesests of the ownora
land ollice, or that they wero referred to of growing wheat, where ho has denos- of the land over which the road wil
by tho. land ollice employes.; that it itetU mouthful of 'the seed grain in the pass.
ground. Aitnougn not as numerous as -it is not Uejieved tha. the owners o-
the sage rats, the kangarod rats do quite I tho land through which the rdad passsea;
must be satisfied that Hermann knew
their contents to be official, knew that
in destroying them ho was destroying
records that would be called for in sub
sequent land matters, and that it must
further be convinced that the custom
andpntctioeof tho oillco required that
Mich letter lxtok bo left irinancntly in
the land office. The jury irtood seven
a lot of damage.
SHEEP DIE FROrfl POISONING
FitiNKyii.i.K, Or,, April 20. Italph
rorflly, a sheepuiHii of Upper Crooked
River Valley, lost 21 head of sheep last
for acquittal and five for conviction on Thursday evening by cyanido poisoning.
the first ballot. Tho jurv Inter asked to Sheriff Liking, who has been quietlv
have tho instructions of the Judge mid
to them again, and nn -iigreoment on
acqnittul was then rcucIreU.
Hermann's trial occupied more. Hum
nix week, In the length of time con
sumed and the amount of testimonv
aken, it exceeds all records of lnte
years. It is the second, trial ever
brought undor that section of the
statutes prohibiting thp destruction of
lublic records, and, like Ue first trial
on that charge, resulted in the acquittal
of tho defendant. Nearly two .mil ion
words of testimony were takun, and it
is estimated that tho stenographer's
bill alone is about if 15,000.
DOLLAR WHEAT" THE CRY
worKiug on tue case, says tlie jKiton
has Imjcii mixed with common salt and
scattered around in the grass about a
iprtngin the very eeuter of Porfilv'i questioif of damages is one
will very vigorously ooooie the netition
for a road through their lamf. jt if
recognized .by them, as vell ag b tint
peoplo of this section, that tho LyS
urgwn gaji affpnts the only outlet from
this tectum nortli, mid Mr. W. AV.
Jhown, wlo' looks after tho interests of
Veazie Veaze, the owners of the land,
has manifested a disposition to give tho
public a rood through and over the land,
provided the entire expense of the mat-
ter does pot fal upon the owners.. Tho
lewled land. One of the herilers no- Iks and doubtlftes-uill be, equitably sei-
ti ecu the sheej) lulling, ami thinking I tloli by the court. It is recognized tlrnt
something was wrong, haetenwl to get the road through the gap ami over tlm
tho bund away from tho spot, but not I.yle A Urown pastuie is the onlKixiBsi
until 21 had dropped. Analysis of the ble road from this section of tho couaiv "
salt made here diclotHl the fact Mint 5t to iti neavtst ruilr.,:i.! Twiint . I t
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umiMiy iiiipiogimimi witn powueiwi roiui wiucn woiua uee-j oenetlt to a. big
cyanide oi lKJtJtastum. - nercenta'-o of tliu citizens nf CfrnrA,
I ' " XMOf
f.Jll ..I ...
i'oriuy itas lor soino years been the county, and the damages and cpejitoti
f I i f i . .1 i I l .i. . i
vj iiutu lurnieny occiuueti uv uii:itii;iii iu uiu ronu will Uo ll nrntwm
ftiiorty iMvia ',xwhq disujipeared some charge against the county, atinat
seven years ago, louving no trace. The
nuigo is ltt miles oast of l'l iueville. Por
fily himself refused to talk about the
matter or help the Sheriff in any way.
American Society of Equity Planning
For Hlflher Prices
JURY LIST FOR MAY TERM, 1007
Chremt court meets at Pdneville on
which no obieetioir cpuld Uo offBiet''
any member of the court'. St - ''
Comity Kottdniastcl1 JJtJLniiffhliii.'utm
was in Mudraa Uie latter, rr;t,.af
week, guvw hia eiulorsjament .to ..
movement pr a county road - thrmmh
tlie Lylo & Hrown pasture. II stated
umi uio roau snoutd toljow as cloneh'
mbroiclcry, belts, laces, gloves
r "rtiMu-s, haii nins. mirrors, curlinc
t Alii r rin.. m.il I. .1 . i ..i-
ijiiii uoxrs. tnicum uowis
Plaid suitings, dimities, batistes, linens and
numerous other kinds of dress goods
. . 1-
Mersalanc, chiunbruys, percales, ginghams
and calicoes in all colors
ces are way down at rock bottom. Remern-
our cash register checks, they are valuable
t & M. A: ROBINSON and CO.
An Omaha dispatch says: '' Oth, wjth Judge lhadshaw prvahl- along the hill as it could, in order to da
In tho five great whoat produoina 1 be jury list for the present "torin as little damauo na poasiblo to tho laikl
states of tho country tho minimum mice 13 "s 'Hows: owners, bit that a, route should bo
of ceroid this yuar will bo $1 jior bushel. - Palmohn, Grizzly; Hugh selected which would bo for all hntx the
'Ibis, at lotist, is thopluu.of tlio-Amori- u ane, lsend; v fa. Jennings, Madras; traveled county toaij between this ftec
can hooioty of Iiquilv, thograin growei-3 Uoniei 4-rfUdhuv; Paul Held, tiou and tho Troit Creek cQuntrv.
.1 . i.t ....... 1 i I. . T 11 If -r i . . I -.tv
(lopariment-oi wnicn will hold Us an- iookjj. ji. norney, ouuiras; i u.
nnal convention in Omaha on .luno 5, (i McPhorson, Haycreok; A. 11. Ushler,
and 7., Minnesota, North Dakotr
South Dakota, ubraska and Knnsss
will send largo delegations, to tho con
vention. Oklahoma, Iowa and other
states are also represented.
Uhtvpurposo ot this sociotv and tho
scope of Its membership is explained at
length hy J. A; Everett of Indianapolis,
its president, who said:
"The Amoriciui Society of IJquity is a
U. Cantrill, Prinovillo; J.
H. ltrown. Culvor: .1. 11. Howard. I .owor
liiidgti: tharles Huchanan, Sisters; 11.
S. Larkin, Miulras; 0. E. Persons, Sis
ters; Itdscoe Knox, Post; A. C. Knight-
en, 1 toward ; T. II. Lafollette; Pvlllo: F.
O. Minor, Ueud; H. P. Evans, Mill
Creek; J. L. Hani, Madras: Ales
Friend, Ashwood; K. A. Jeykins, Mtub
rua; b. W , Poison. Post: Phillin (irn.
DEATH OF IESSE WHITE
business ui gauization of farmers, with ham, Haycreck; M. 1). Puwoll, -McKay ;
local Hocieties in 2700 of tho f.000 agri- 'ames .McMeen, Lamonta; W. H. Fos
cultural counties of thu United States. tur leKay ; M. S. Lehman, O'Noil; 13.
Its purpose is to carry on an organ!
tion work through tho local socie
organized into stuto unions. Its busi-
hlut0d u. u, M a. luii u , . ou;vis. with their son at his hoinwitea
ganiza- 1 ' Bond; J .11 IlvUrich, Umon- White had been in 8plWul id
Mt ta; Hiram Gibson, McKay. hhlup uu nmQwVto ,
CATHOLIC CHURCH AT BEND
Fine Handmade Harness
When in need of harnosH call
and see my full lino of hiuuN
mado heavy, medium and v.
light harness. Mudo from tho ,
Best California Oak Tanned Harness Leather
All Huriies Htrlutly lli-nt'olU8H
A Full llnoot uldps, DHdles
iiimI HallerH, Unlinks u u d
Always o u Hand, tihoo
Itepalrlng. All work neatly
ami promptly done
B. S, LARKIN, MADRAS, OR.
Oil Sunday, May 5, Itqv. Father
Hlokey will inaugurate tho now Cutho-
11m .it 11,,. ,1 mi ...mi
-iiviium UV AfUJIU -LUlirti Will III! 1
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High Mass and eurmou nt 10 o'elouk.
and a frco locturo in tho ovoniuk'. AVhon
Hund's new sehoolhouso was ononod.
the old school building was secured bv
tho Catholics in Pond, and this buildin..
has been converted into n nl
ship for that denoniinatiou. This tho
lirstuathollo church in Crook countv.
Miss Faunlo Oshoru oaiiio down
from Bond on Tuesday, nd visited
relatives in Madras. Hho lu vlsltlne
this week with bur parents, Mr. ami
Mrs, George Omoru, tit Culver.
Josso White, agwl 74 yohrij and 1
month, died nt tho homo of hia eon.
George Whjto, sovon milos norfh of this
place, on 1-riday morning, Anril 2t5th.
1907. Uo loft a widow m,l ono son,
besides many, friends in tills locality to
mourn his death.
Mr. AVhitoeatne to Oroiton from Mav.
field, Wasliingtoti, nbout a year ago, bin
wi(o having preceded him woino months.
and since that timo thoy have residwl
with their son at his homestead. Mr.
mon of his ago woro more active and
vigorous. Houth eamo sudilonly, nfUr
a very brief illnesi, and resulted froijl '
organio heart troublo.
Tim deceased was a mombor, in uooil .
standing, of tho Mtufonic urdcr, Iniftijj
afilliuted at the timo of his death with
Loduo No. 07. A. I, .t A. M ,i u.i..-..
Crook, WnBliinumn. II 11 llil.il llAUll tl
moujbe of ttiw ordur for M VlilllV. mill
was the uldovt member of tho lodiio in
point of membership, hi tho fctnto oi
ashlngtou at tho timo hu left that
Funeral sorvicos warn iuwhIumi
the lute home of deuoiifiwl, by Kor. H
L. Itoll, on Saturday morning, and tin
remains were laid at rest in Madrai
cemetery Saturday aftemoun,
loiu-ouise oi hoi rowing in
present to jay a last tribute
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