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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1909)
!jdof Culver wa in town yes,
P' . ... ,n .un in town Monday
. ,urtr country.
r hleJ Smith ai IrWrt Mon-,
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L r Jj Wim of I,en(I Wfl$ lm
, Wall nnte proof last MtJrf
AasM .,d five miles Smith' of
wn in (OiVn I he
ltir home near
ie.nio yceidyo their wiiy
Qhftiffl C Konliuon rcturmu
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daughter of I'rinc
was In town'tho
E c n.nun. a monrer
I tie ck.
i . .
L.... 7 H,.tnlcttrr. wtio nns pecn.
L.-be mnter nt .Mcomm, iiu...u
Liohuhomc on Amicy Plains.
L L 1). Hrown left this morning for
Ljstteihe goes to attend at th,c bed--...Mm
son. who is critically ill.
.......Anlll nf AfllclonC WilS it)
.e....Uv murilini' On lllS WAV
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he li.ii business in
i U.hi, nn mail MlllffVisOr of tllf
fl WHK.II IIU.,s ....v........
.i; mlimt I fir roiintV niCCt lllf 01
n McGhee came out from The
.l.t..Mf .It. uilf nnrt li.lt hopi!
.........I ihul lit 111 li'.mftl.ld
f II T' 1. ... nnl1 f M V .AM Pflrt
1, Ui IIH.HCI ill.U v,,
.. r.Mn. iitf aii u.-in.r'.t inu unuf.
' . . 1 1. a an! II Mnv. fnrt
proof was made belore Lom-
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turner ruonoay on inc name-
t If I. T .1 ( 1 -
Divii, on the North end of Agency
Diiney nnu (aimiy came up
. l . . .1. . . l. . . .. .1
icend two weeks in (own while
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rr rarim inn iiihii iiii iiic iiirui
. Phillin. whfi hn hnil rhnrrn i f
r - o '
t . i ! . t
anoifi tor soine nine naiL niis
cp (he hotel and moved with his
w mi rancn adjoining tnc towtutte
A WVifK hie laltl IIim ImUl
i. u. jonnston anti her mother.
irernomeat Loluntbus, Ohio.
J'nneville the last ol the wctk,
w aosencc tier cia&ses writ-
llnthtM it ! ,
i iM wiiiiuciiL aiiccmis.iii
""viwul. Mil i ill rii.tr n iipciinii
muiumi ii.li uccn 111 II1B
tut lays l,e fountj prjccs s ,g,,
CWW not handle them.
d Mrs. Glenn Loucks returned
. i-iigcnc, wuere tnc
hll hin nil.., t... I
uiirnuiiiK ousincss coi
Vf expect to reside in Mndrns
Dtftnt ...I ...II ..I ..... .
r v..,, ,H1 nl laK(. Up ln(,r res,
03 Mr. Lourks' h(im-tnfl in n
"Cook left Monday for the
Wtnij . - . ....
-- Mimer. He has had n
" iwi expencnce in dry land
'in ins new situitlon 6n the
'"lay evening, March 19, Tie
"Rttn fur 1 n. r. . .
w n:ill UI ocnooi
U0( mc LyIe Gnp dl8(r)6tf
1st repcnil.. 1-.- .
pi i:iiiiiiiiriFri n n.iti
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III. IIIIMIir1 IB lAt'llnllai
o returned last Monday
. "e ua es. whrm hn
r-'i iwo months receiving mH
.."" tie Was Onerntfrt nnon nt
, " "ospital in lanuarv. Einre
I lm L . 1 " w
- uccn B lUUfltf unlninrr in
-no says that his health Is
n 1 11 3 n 1 1
. . l5' Commissioned ninnt th
. vu,ll Monday, and hnrlihrei.
bmn proor,, t,,e fir day.
ma rptifiM...! .
Miney Weri. lnt.- 1... .u
Willlam C, Barber was In town Tues
day from Iiii home on Op.ll I'ralrio,
W. Vi Myers, editor of (lie Lafdlnw
Clironlcle, was in town last Friday on his
way to Portland.
Albert W. Woodard was In town Tues
day, making final pioof on hib homestead
In the Culver neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs, Frank 0bnrn went up
to Culver yesterday to spend the remain
der ol the week vimtlnij relatives.
William llrownhill of Yotinus was in
town Tuesday, 011 lits way to I'rincville to
attend the meutiiif; of road supervisors,
which is called for the 4th.
J. Hi Jftskson was in town Tuesday,
making final proof upon his homestead
on Agency Plains. W. S. Vyilliams and
William 11. Hunnon were Ins witnesses.
While here the firit of the vvrek, Paul
C, Hates adjusted the loss for the Home
Insurance Company on the Kulp house
hold floods recently destroyed by lire.
Mr. Kulp held a policy for $1000, and
the amount of the policy will be paid in
Paul C. Hates and F. J. Senn of Port
land have been in this vicinity duilng the
past week, looking over the country with
n view to rnakmir same investments in
Irttal. Mr. Senh was in here for several
weeks in the early part of last Dcceinbtr
and secured some options at that tunc.
, Supt. Covey was In town last Friday
morning front the Warmsprinj; agency,
on his way to Portland, He was accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and four
Indians, who will appear as witneises in
the ltderal court at Portland, in a case in
which an Indian is charged with breaking
into the dormitory at the Indian school
At the agency.
hey were all good spellers who at
tended the old fashioned spelling bee at
the Methodist church last Friday evening,
but some of the goodly number who at
tended proved- themselves a little better
than the others by "siandinn unn'lonL'er.
Professor W, K. Cook, teacher of the in
tcrmediale grades in the Madras school,
war the last man l,up,u finally going
down in defeat befoic the word "exhila
rate," Fred Davis and Dave Harnett
chose tides for the match, Dave's side
winning, but Mr. Davis had to leave be
fore the match was over. Another spell
ing match will be held at the public
school building Fiiday evening, March
12, to which the public is invited.
A. B. Farnsworth and George McFar
I tnd of Seattle were in town the last of
the week. They spent several days in j
this locality, looking over the country, with
ii view to making some investments in
lund. Tuesday Mr. Farnsworth closed a
deal with John C. Trotter for his quarter
section of land near Sage Brush springs.
He also purchased a team of horses, a
wagon and some other personal property
from Mr. Trotter, aud expects to move
onto his new land within the next 60 days
Mr. Farnsworth has a ranch near Kent,
Washington, but expects to move to this
locality to make his home, as he thinks
the climate will be beneficial to his family
and himself. He and John Trotter were
in town Tuesday afternoon fixing up the
transfers of the property.
The entertainment given last Tuesday
evening at ganford'n hall by the Young
Ladies Club was well attended, and the
sum of $12.35 wi cleared over and
above expenses, for the charitable purpose
for which tho entertainment was given,
A pleasing program consisting of songs,
recitations and tableaux was presented,
Bishop Paddock ol the Eastern Oregon
district of the Episcopal church held ser
vices In thn new M, E church building in
Madras last night. Although only a short
notice had been gtvrn of the Hih"p'8
visit to Madras and his pretence here
was not widely known,, a good sizd con
gregation tutned out to participate in the
service and to hear his vcry'nblc and help
ful discourse. Bishop Paddock Is an elo
qtient and earnest talker, and his sermon
at the church last evening was an intel
lectual treat to nil who heard him. He is
just returning from a ,visit to Prineville
and Bend, and leaves this afternoon for
Edward 0. Pease Go. Inc.
THE SHANIKO STORK
Notice wai received by the parties in
interest, last Monday, of. a decision in the
conleU recently brought by Robprt Irwin
against the homestead entry of John Mc
Tnggart. The office at Thp Dalles upheld
the contentions of the contestant, deciding
the case against Mr. McTnggart, This
contest was brought on the ground ol a
failure of residence, and the local laud
oflice decided that Mr, McTaggart and
his fimily had not made a sufficient resi
dence upon the laud. Thirty days was at
lowed fur an appeal, and Mr. McTaggart
says that he wiil appeal the case to the
Commissioner of the General Land Orifice.
This case was heard belore Max Lued
demann, referee, January 23, and a large
amount of evidence was introduced by
both panirs to the contest. Considerable
local interest was manifested in the out
come of the casp.
CHUCH OF CHRIST SERVICES
Preaching at Lamonta Saturday even
ing March 6 at 7:30 and Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock; services at Willow
Creek Sunday evening at 7:.to.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a.
in. On account of a visiting minister
holding services in town Wednesday even
ing, the Training for Service class will
meet Thursday evening.
You are invited to attend these services.
B. F. W. Pitman, Pastor.
" DRIED LOGAN BERRIES
t&fe. A delicacy that will serve like fresh fruit. TRY THEM
Northern grown D. M. Ferry's
Seeds-Flowers and Vegetables
All kinds of Garden Seees in packages, suitable for this locality
T II TUT
Buy your garden tools now
Spades, Shovels, Garden Rakes, Tree
Primers, Pruning Saws, Etc.
17 . Thf HrAflf And Onlv Disinfectant
U A Mm "w A w A m. m m m. - '
And Vermin Eradicator
CARBOLINEUM AVENARIUS '
For spraying fruit trees, painting the walls of chicken houses, and in a thousand other Ways to
GET RID OF PESTS
Do not fail to see the ROYAL
TAILORS' new sample book
for Spring and Summer, containing
500 of the latest designs of worsted and fancy suitings manufactured by the Royal Mills.
Every piece guaranteed all pure wool and thoroughly shrunk. Not a thread or cotton or mer
cerized cloth in thp entire Une, THEY ARE THE ONLY TAILORS IN THE WORLD who will giye you
a written guarantee with every suit, guaranteeing their clothes to hold their style and fit until they
are worn out. If you need a new suit, call and see us at our Shaniko store, leave your measure
and give the Royal Tailors a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The Chief Study of This Store Is to Satisfy Its Customers
SERVICES AT M. E. CHURCH
Sunday, February 28, Sunday school
at 10 n, tn.; preaching at 1 1 a. m. and
7:30 p m : junior League at 3 p. m ; Ep
worth League at 645 p. in.
The Ladies Aid society exchange Sat
urday afternoon at B. S. Larkin's store.
G. It. MOORHEAD, Pastor.
Card Of Thanks
Mrs. Brown and I desire to extend our
thanks to the Young Ladies Club and
others who assisted in the entertainment
Tuesday evening, ol which we were the
beneficiaries We are deeply grateful for
the very material nid. given us.
Rev. I. D BROWN
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE. OREGON
B. F. A 1. lex, I'rwiltleut.
T. M. Baldwin, Cantiler.
VTiM. WunxwEiLER Vlco Pres.
H. Baldwin, Awt. Coxliler.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
! A. E. PETERSEN I
I ANTELOPE, OREGON
I Watchmaker !
I tt d. Jeweler !
Jewelry of all kind made to or
der and repaired. Setting for
Preciou Stone made.
Plow Repairing, Wagon
Work, And A Specialty
(Formerly The McKLROY SHOP)
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE Turns
out noat, attractive printing. - Good
alock, clear type, reasouable prices.
For SPRING SEEDING; We Hav
Which will prepare your field rightly
McTAGGART .& BYE
"a"',S.?.E,", MADRAS, ORE.
President Theodore Itootoveli
Vice-Ficldnt Charles V Fairbanks
Secretary ot Sato EUhu Hoot
Secretary of Traatry Goorge B Corteljou
Secretary of Interior Jas R Garfield
j Secretary nt War Luke E. Wright
secretary or xavy...; Ylctor H Jietealf
Secretary of Commerce.. OscntStrauss
Postmaster General ,,Uc.QYq.q Jjllpygr
Attorney General Of Bonaparte
Secretary of Agriculture.,,..... James Wilson
Governor .,.,...GQQrgo E, Cpamherlaln
Secretary qt Btato , y. Wv Benson
Treasurer ....,,.,,,., Q'A Steel
At tornoy Gpnflrnl , , , ; . M Crawford
Supt. VWlpInstrUPMoh... J If AcVerroan
Stato Printer , ,.,...WSDunuiwy
Dairy (Wd'Food fipinwisslonor J W Bailey
U 8 Senators CWFulton
JJ Bourne Jr
Congressmen ,... I w C Kauley
'" ' I WU Ellis
, , (FA Moore
Supromo Judges. R s Ucan
8EVENTH JUDIOIAL DI8TBI0T
Jutlgo , W LBradshaw
Prosecuting Attorney Fred W. Wilson
Jud80 II. C, Ellis
Clerk..,...,,,,,,, ....Warren Brown
Sheriff , M,.i..Frwlc Elklns
Treasurer ..4.. ,.! W'F King
Asoor. .,,. rV-.iJDiaFoUetto
School Supprsntandent.., rt. a. Ford
Surveyor F, A. Rico
Coroner ; , j, A, McCall
CommUsIonor... ,,, 1 James Rice
Juat,;0 F. J. Brooks
ConsaW J M Mayes
Road Supervisor Livingston
It Is the natural winter borne
nf many thousand of the
world's best people. Under
Ihegentlu influeneeof its mild
Winter climate, every amuse
ment and recreation abounds.
Such battling, boatiug, fish
ing, driving-: such picnic, par
ties aud "jolificatlous."
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Monicii, Venire, Long Beach,
Pnuta Cruz, or a score of simi
lar resorts and you will find
health, congenial surround
ings, hospitable associates, - .
fault!es accommodations aud .
numberless attractions and-, '
Southern Pacific Co,
Makes inexpensive round
trip excursion rates'
A six mouths stopover ticket
SHANIKO to LOS ANGELES
and return is $67.oo
Corresponding- rates are In
effect to other points.
We have some very dlllnctive lltera,
ture covering California's Winter r.v
sorts, and will take plenaure In jjlvirtu
you all of the Information ami assist
ance at our command.
For tickets, sleeping car rcservat
etc., call on, telegraph or wrt
E, J, WILSON, Local Apt. Mio, Or.
Ocn. Poa. Agt,
The best in Shaniko
dobd Stock. Careful Drivers
Best of Hay and Grain Fed
At Very Reasonable Prices
D. A. Howell, Shanik,
r'H,:ni lw office
used by Com-