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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1909)
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J Mendenlu.il of Oulm
ltcr i wn lust Sat-
.Tnnuary 2, 1000, to the
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. mnr1ri filial PrOOi Ull ..r.
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.i. twst of CPNeil, pres-
.nu n town scvciut
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......iIF fill llin
.n with the oil com
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dciIqb three nights in encli
Id order uini mey wy ur
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U Bloomfleld, expert oil
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Miss GiflCrt Banish, (laughter
of Mr. K. Put Huh of Huyoruuk,
and Mr. Orval Davis, also of
Ilyciek, wtro united in mar
riage Wednesday evening, Jan
uary 2, 1000, at the home uf the
btide'a mother, llov. George K.
Moorhead performing the cere
mony in the presence of a num
ber of the relatives and friends
of the happy couple.
The bride is well and favora
bly known among the young
people of the Hayoreek and
Madras neighborhoods as an
estimable and charming young
woman, while the groom, w ho
has been n resident of this sec
tion for several years, is known
as a competent young business
man. Mr. Davis has been ranch
foreman for the D. 3. & L. Co.
at Hayoreek, where he is both
popular with his employers and
a favorite among the employes.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis were re
membered by their friends with
several handsome and choice
tokens of esteem, and they en
ter matrimonial life accompan
ied by the best wishes of a host
Not Oonl Lund
JJ0ME8TEAD. Notice for Publlca-
tlnn. Department of the Interior,
U. S. Liinil OMoo at Tho Dulled, Ore
Kon, December ?4, 1008.
Notlco Is hereby given that
ANDREW J. RINGO,
of Madras, Oregon, who, on August
20, 1007, made Homestead Entry Ser
ial No No. 16070, for feint, nrl
Bci eeo 15 uud uwuwl sec 14, tp 11 e, r
18 e, win, IIa
filed notice of Intention to make final
commutation proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
Frank Osborn, U. 8. Commissioner, at
his offico at MadraH, Oregon, on the
4th day of February, 1000.
Claimant names an witnesses:
William Elllr, Rocky 0 Itoblfloti,
Mat I how Lonsberry, William 0 Moore,
all of Madras, Orogi.u.
0. W. Mooiib,
Born Thursday Jan. 7, 1000,
to the wife of Postmaster Fied
Davis, a boy.
dress J. M. Larscn, Madras.
Paper Untwine First-
class workmanship. Call on, or ad-
iirlvfd in town yesterday
Portluud. where he hns
pending the holidays with
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riiiinr? in i iiu wuu uu
HUH lirAl ill tlli.a 1
U.Muddron and son and
jliler, Virginia, returned
tee creek Monday and left
Uieir home at Madras Tues
.-Antrlopo Ilf raid. They
b been visiting Mrs. M. Filz
lid, a daughter of Mr. Mad-
f .i tr t r .1
Sunday at follows: I. F.
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assistant; 1C hel Klaiiu, seo
it : ii. rv i in l ie in. 1 1 mii i f I
Hurner, organist: Ed
HlU.Uarber, Albert Wood-
James Riad and Frank L.
is maun iioniesteau eutrtes
qnn in inn . . i v
'rMoiiduv. 'I'll im hiiiil Iiiik
ilglil, as it was n'iBur-
hut the land has since
surveyed and recently ad-
tor B. P. W. Pitman and
irrived in Madias last Sat
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Pilimui is tlie new Christian
- iuwucu in mis seouon,
will Ii. t . . i
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u" wooiv unu uamouia.
" uuiiuuui ser-
hi Madras next Sunday
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leotare on Anolent HU-
i-wani of the professor
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CONTEST NOTICE. Deparlmentof
tlie Interior, U. 8. Uud Oflli e,
Tho Dullcx, Oregon, December 10,
A HufJlclcnt contest having beeu Hied
In this officii bv
NANCY H. LEMON,
C'nuteistaiit, against Homexteud Ser
ial No ON48 Entry No. 14924, mailo
January 20, 1000, for w)jiiwi, wJattX
-a 28, tp 18 a, r 18 e, w tn, by Verule
DelaHhraiitt, couteate, In which It Is
i . t.
allfgetl liiai flam veruie Udianumuu
has wholly abandotird said tract for
more than hIx mouths last punt aud
that said abatuioumeiit still exists,
that said alleged absence was not duo
to his employment In the army, navy
or marlnu corps of tho United States
In time of war.
Suld purlieu are hereby notified to
upbear, respond, auu oner eviueuce
intichlutf said allegation at 10 o'clock
a, in,, on I'eorunry xi, ivw, oemre
Mux Lueddemann, a notary publloat
hlsolllcout Madras, Oregon, and thut
llniil hearliiK will be held at 10 o'clock
a. iu.( on February 18, 1009, before I he
Krister and Receiver at The United
dlatea Laud Olllco in Tho Duller, Oregon.
TIim said oonleMaut havlnc, In a proper
allldiivll, tiled D cemlwr 15, 1008, eel
forth facts which hhow thul alter due
lillgenco personal Hurvlco of this no
ileo euuiiot bo made, It Is hereby or
dered and dl rented that suoh notice he
glveu by due uud proper publication.
0. W. MOORE,
Nol Coal Laud
LIOME8TEAD. Notlco for Publics.
4 tlou. Department of the Interior,
U. 8. L ud Ofllce-BtThi) Dalles, Oregon,
December 17, 1008. Notice is hereby
of Madras, Oregon, who, on Murch
25, 1003, mado Homestead Eutry tier
Is! N 02010 No. 12367, for selsw, s
eej seo 12 aud nejuwi seo 13, tp 12 s,
r 12 e, w m,
Has filed notice of Intention to make
dual five-year proof, to establish
claim to the laud above described
before Warren Drown, County Clerk,
at his office at Prinevllle, Oregon, ou
the 3rd day of February, 1900,
Claimant names as wltnefso:
William Richards, Ivan L Hae, Sol
omon K Meesfnger, Arthur Richards,
all of Madras, Oregon.
il3l-J28 C. W. MooiiE, Register
Not Con I Land
HOME8TE.ll). Notla) for Publica
tion. Department of the Interior, U.
8. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, No
vember 28, 198.
Notice Is hereby plven Hint
A OWE WOODARD,
of Culver, Oregon, who, on January 10,
lliiiG, made Homestead Entry Serial No.
0760-No. 14138, for eKetf and etfnctf
sec, 2, tp 13-, r 12 e, w to,
Has filed notice of intention to make final
five-year proof, to establish cialni to tlie
laud above desciibed, before Frank Oi
bom, U.S. OoiiimisRloiinr, at Ills ufllcuat
Madras, Oregon, on tlie Oth day of Janu
Claimant names as witnesses:
(ieorge II Osburn, of Culver, 'Oregon;
Daniel Swift, Jesse D Stams, John O
Tucker, of Madras, Oregon.
d3 31 C. W. MOOHK, Register.
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OMK6TKA.I). Notlco For Publica
tion. Department of the Interior, U.
S. Laud Office at Tlie DuNef, Oregon, No
vember 28, 10. 8.
Notice Is lien-liv clven that
of Madras, Oregon, who, on Apr! 25, 1004,
made Homestead Kntry Burial No. o83!
No. H10I, for eJneK sec 2!, wnw sic
28, tpllfr, rl3e, w m,
Has filed notice of iiileiithm to make
filial Ciinimututjon prouf, to establish
claim to the l.md above desci ibed, buroro
Frank Osborn, U.S. Commissioner, at his
oflii'eot Madras, Oregon, on tho Oth day
of January, 10M.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Joseph Marnnch, Chris Hegimuer, Rob
ert Galloway, Frauk O.UIowny,ail of Mad
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Not Goal Lund
HOSIErTBAI). NoMee for Publica
tion. Department of the Interior.
U. S. Lund O01 e at The Dalles, Ore
gon, December 24, 1D08.
Notice is hereby given that
JAMES C. WAYMIRE.
of Mailrns, Oreuoii, wlio. on Mhi-cIi 3,
1006, made Homestead Entry Snrial
No 02090 No. 14994. for ej-wj, uwiei
and swiiii-i sic I, lp 11 s, r 13 e, w in,
Huh filed notice of Intention to make
tlnul commutation proor, to establish
claim to the land, above described, be
fore 'Frank O'born, U. 8. Commis
sioner, at his office at Madras, Oregon,
on tlie 4th day of February, 1909.
Claimant names as wltiieBfe:
S.mmlE Gray, Neil 8. Jennings,
George V Itlcliardson, Hiram Water
house, all of Madras, Oregon.
C. W. MooitK,
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Vlce-Prestder-t Charles V Fairbanks
Secretary of State Ktlhu P.oot
Secretary ot Treasury George B Cortelyou
Secretary of Interior .Jas R Garfield,
Secretary of War Luke E. Wright
1 Secretary of Navy Victor II Metcalf
Secretary of Commerce, Oscar Strauss
Postmaster Generat Ooo Von I. Meyer
Attorney General (iJ llonnparti;
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Governor ..George E. Chambertatn
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State Printer WBDunnlway
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