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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1908)
. town Tuesday
-to town lost Kridny
l n encv.
iv: , ,, k
"Z. the riri.i cm-
.recently secured npos.
.' j fr (he Summer.
u Monday, " "- "
"utameileadln that locality.
ft Robinson, who has been vis.
I .1.- i. W. Robinson, for
BE leimned to her
Lei oi Culver, w m iown
?!W . fnr the
i. ...mllL He says the mill
feUof dry lumber on hand.
0!Jl .ho has been manager lor
. r. ( . reij'iied his
, Aibat company the last of the
Itftorhli home in v ,..
.. A wife visited at the
-.tpjency last Sunday, jamei
with them and re
in Blvl' '
yiktiodo some carpenter work.
LC,V Wilson returned last Friday
I. '. l t.. niirnu .it Culver.
IlHlflia irei 1
yjOsboia returned with her, and
Sidiytith relatives and friend in
ff.Durbm, a prominent young
i .L. A.,tln rimnlrv. wa
Ksnuui i,JC i',"jw --
EhK Sitarday on Ins way to the
litre mi sneep arc lum-
foaili Jlonlgoinfry returned to
teKGrutly the first of the week,
(or several days with the
Wfnoi Osborn, Mr Montgom-
ijf, a surveyor from Hend,
lut Saturday, Mr. May
lit tad been in I'nnevitle. and
lijo wait back by way of Hcisler
bKe"ihe Madras lountry."
illicit!!, who has been drilling
iiatSsu the Haark and l.a
itslncti, was in town Tuesday on
fl3 to homestenl on Agency
'Hthsa homt-.t''l nenr the
I'tReftuwjjin town last Sattir
Opal I'lane, and attended the
muting, lie says the people in
jtooAood in which he resides will
ipit towards any plan to get rail
patacon in tbis section.
tftlsoa, foreman at ti e Crixaly
ianaill, was tn town last Friday on
fUTfee Dalles to ym hit family,
resided there for some time.
RyLake null h,i been closed
M after harvest, .unl when they
aH, Mr. Wilson lu.ty return to
portion with tlirm again.
W, Hiley Conk, who has
Mdooeof the leathers of the
preparations to l.uild a com
4nra cottace on l,u lm nn ,i,
poftbetownsite and the lumber
!Wthiieek He expects to
"cottage ready for
cloot tm ooens.
i and family were in town
7 08 lhtir way from Piine
nh VaVIma, where they expect
"'Ufolleit. kiiI, r u r
f Prioerille fcM m m' t ' 7,
,J gone into the automobile
NonhYakinn, where they
Wind .i ..
H'K where Mr. Lafolle.t
-a.e, days, ami Mr. Lane
L.. . ln ""'lection with
nave the ngency for tev
makes o automobiles.
!4PfMident. n ....it ...'....
, ""kcuiic, capa
c t hole ,i - r ..
'The. h,i VQQ ' f
v present depth of 1 50
I tun 1 " o
f M ? drilllnB ouifit wa,
. "'Ottest Was icmmnin.
L)r, flnd A1r, Harold Clark of Lamont
(n, were In town Tuesday, While hero
Mrs. Cl'k mrde arrangements to prove
up on lies; homestead in that locality;
A, W, Hoyco and jrunes A. Urown
were in (own last Frldny from the llay
sfaclc country. Mr. llrown was down
buying n pump and windmill for the new
well which has recently been drilled at his
place. Th e well is 151 feet deep and af
fords an abundnnce of water for all pur
poses. U. V, I'nttcrson of Culver, was in town
Tuesday, He says that the crops in the
neighborhood in which he lives are look
ing fairly good and that an average yield
is expected. Mr. Patterson was accom
panied by his father, who is visiting him
at Culver. The senior Mr. Patterson
live in.Sherman county near Kent, where
he has lived for the past 20 years.
Madras, Ore, July 15, 1008.
A report litis coino to our hearing that
tho ecliool board of thin district intcmlo
to charge pro rata tlio outside pupils
coming hero to study tlio Uth and 10th
grades, for tlio salary of tho tencher of
salt! grades. Wo wish to say that no
Hitch it plan has over been entertained
or thought o( by us. At tho time wo
mot and discussed thoso matters wo de
cided to charge non-residents, or those
who nro not on tho census list, the sum
of $5 per quarter, 'f hoco intending to
movo hero should do ho in time to be
listed with tho regularly enrolled pupils,
then they would not bo subject to n tui
tion fee. John McTnggart, chairman,
A. 0. Sanford, I. F. Bliutt, directors.
SCmEp DOOHS.-A full mock pa
hand; prices nr rlKbt. You need
ono or two at 01100. A. C. Hanford.
,(it Coal Land
T1MUKU lANI). Xotlco for 1'ubllca
tliui. Depaitmentof tho Interior, U.
H. l.nnd Oflleu at Tlie Dalleti, Oregon, July
It, 1908. Notice Is hereby given that
of I'rlnevllle, Oregon, who, on July fi,lW)8,
itinde Timber and Stone Kutry No. 031,
for uMwlf ee &l, tp 12 n, r 11 e, and nv -mis
ni'HnwJi sec i, tp 13 s, r U 0, w 111,
hart tiled notice of Intention to make final
timber and stone proof, to establish ciuliu
to tlio Innd above dosi-rlbed, before 11. 0.
KIII1, U.S. CouiiubHliiuur, ill ofllce tit
Hend, Oregon, on tliu 'lst dny of Septeiu
Ulnlumnt names nit wltiiessen:
Clinrlurt 1. Urerk. Llllle (1 Turner and
UharliM 11 Turner, all of Huud, Oregon:
John HIomh, of AiKlers, Oregon: lCdwunl
I-'ergiiNon, of O'Xell, Orugou; Llbble Tur
ner, of l'riiievill)-, Oregon.
(J. V. MOOHK,
TIMBER LAND, Notice for I'.ibll
cotlon. Depitrtmetil of Hie lute,
nor, V. S. Liuil Qtllco ut The llallef,
Oregon, June 80, 1008. Notice Is here
by given that
JESS J. UOYI),
of licrnl, Crook county, Oregon, who,
on June 80, 1008, uiude Tlmoer uml
atono iipplloulion Xo. 4081, Tor mv.
aJiJuwi "lid tieluwi sec 20, Ip 18
, r 11 e, w in,
IIhh llled notice of Intention to make
fliml tl'iitier anil stone proof, to entub
lints clulni to tho luiul above ilecerilieil,
before 11. C. Kills, U. 8 Commission
er, at his olllco In Jtesiil, Oregon, on
tho .i2iitl day of September, 1008.
Clnliiiiint numea hh wltiit-Hsea:
Chnrlt'H 1) llrown, Jnine A Hoyil,
HI liter NlMWonger, Charles O John
cKiii, nil of Uuiid Oregon.
Jit) cl7 C. V. Mooiin, lU'glfter
Not Coal Land
H0MHSTISA1). Xotlco f,.r rut.Hnu
tlon. Dopnrtrnent of the Interior.
V. S. Lam! Oflloo at The Da lien, Ore
gon, June 20, 1008. Xotleo Is hetoby
VOLN12Y 55 BKANSTETTEIt
of Miulrun, Oregon, who on December
mm,u Hiitnestcad ICntry No.
10123, for nw sec 16, tp' 10 s, r 18 e,
W III. llllH fl It'll llflllo,, 1,1 I., I
nmlte final five-year proof, to establish
olalni to the land uhovo deserlbod, tie
fore Frank Osborn, U. 8, Coiiimlslon
er, at MadraM, Oregon, on the Uth day
of August, 1008.
Clulitiant names us witnesses:
Claude Ramsey. William Itnmsey,
C CFox, Miles Fox, nil of Mudrae
ja-allJ C. W. MOOItE, Ucglster.
I SOLATED TUACT, Notice for Pub.
1 llcatlon. PublloLatid Sale. Serlul
No, piao. The Dalles, Oregon, Land
Ofllce, July 11, 1008.
Notice is hereby given that, as
directed by the Coramlseloiier of the
General Laud Olllee, under provisions
of Act of Congress approved Juno 27,
1000, PublicNo. 303, wo will oiler at
public sale, in the highest bidder, nt 2
o'clock P. M., on the 20th day of Au
gust, 1008, next, at this ofllce, the fol
lowing tract of land, towlt: Lot 0,
seo 0, tp II s, r 17 e, w in.
Any percoiiH claiming adversely the
nbove-uesurlbed luuda are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before tho day nbovo designated for
C. W. Moore, Register
Louis II. Ati.vKso.v, Receiver.
Not Coal Land
IIOMESTKAD, Notice for 1'obllca-
A 1 1 i r 1 T)Hiiurl moiit ,if I li. Tnl..rl.,p
U S Laud Olllee at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
20, 1008. Notice Is hereby
June 20, 1008
OKORQK W. BRA NSTETTER,
of M'tdriiH, Oregon, who, 011 December
7, 1001, made !! mestead Entry No.
10121, for tie! see 15, tp 10 h, r 13 e, w in ,
Has filed notice of Intention to muke
final tlve-year proof, to establish claim
to the Innd ubove described, before
Frank Oihorn, U. 8. CommlH iioner, at
Madras, Oregon, on the 17th day of
Claimant names us witueHF.es:
Cliiude lUmeey. William Ramsev,
C C Fox, Tliomus A Ling, all of Mad
3-al3 O. W. Mooiie, Register
Not Coal Land
HOMESTEAD. Notice for Publl
cation. Department of tho Inte
rior. II. S. Land Olllee ut The Dalles,
Oregon, July 8, 1003. Notice Is hereby
WILLIAM . RAMSEY,
of Madras, Oregon, who, on March 28,
1002, mude Homestead Entry No.
10600, for sjowj ami nswj seo 5, tp 10
s, r 13 e, w m
lias (lied notice of Intention to make
tluiit flve-yer proof, to establish claim
to the hind abovn described, before
Frank Oaborn, U. S. Commissioner, t
his olllco at Mndras, Oregon, on the
22nd day of AB"Ht, 1008.
Claimant niitncs us witnesses:
Henry J Brunstetter, Volney Z Bran
slelter. Oeorge llranstetter, Alfred H
Parkey, all of Madras, Oregon.
J10a20 C. W. Mookk, Register
Edward G. Pease Go. Inc.
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We have a full line of
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are but outward siens of the evil
done in secret by myriads of dan-
vlruff germs sapping the me blood
of the hair. Micro kills the para
site, soothes the itching scalp,
gives lustre to the hair and stops
it failing out, A single application
gives relief aad proves its worth.
Save your hair before too late.
Micro prevents baldness. It is a
delightful dressing tor the hair,
free from grease and" sticky oils.
Ask yourdruggistforfree booklet,
HOYT CHEMICAL CO,
NOT IN THE TRUST
JJills 14 miles from Ilaycreek. Rough Lumber $11.00 per thousand at
the mill. Tlooring and finishing lumber $30.00 per thousand. Other
prices in proportion. Address GEO. R. LEE, Mgr., Ashwood, Oregon
" 1 ...
- - - For CASH
The best in Shahiko
Good Stock. Careful Drivers
Best of Hay and Grain Fed
At Very Reasonable Prices
D. A. Howell, Shaniko, Or.
WE ARE GIVING YOU A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY a
1 .1 R (1
" " Wc III II 1 1. 1111 LL
1111 , w -
Al 1-2 lb. can 20c
3 " " 1.10
5 " " 1.65
Columbia Oats 40c
Puffed rice 2 for 25c
Force 2 for 25c
35C A TIN
ALL OTHER COFFEES
5c OFF PER LB.
Small white, 6c
Larce " 6c
Lima, oc '
Com meal 40c
Al Japan rice 8c lb.
Soda 3 for 25c
All Granite Ware 15 per ct. off the Dollar
We have several that will go
at the Lowest possible Price
fi.Wrw.ire ahd Cutlery 15 per ct. off selling price
Screen doors, $1.10 and $1.20
CEDAR Doors will go AT COST
WINDOWS, all sizes, AT OUbl
E PRICES Ahx j-UK Ufton unM""
McTAGGART & BYE
Hardware, Groceries MADRAS, UKt.
-. .... ..
I now have in stock
'G E N A S C
smooth surfaced .roofing in
four sizes. This is about
the same cost as shingles,
but is much better and lasts
longer. It not only makes
one of the best coverings
but is dust proof. Call and
get samples and prices.
It is also recommended for lining a home
made wood water tank for storage.
A. C. SANFORD
MADRAS, - OREGON