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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1909)
iDRAS And The
k Church of Haycreek witS a-.Vhitor
'mil in'in"i "
, jjffney was nnwr i animus uum
culver yesterday, V-.
. u. mfe or I io imiart Sftttir
' .. ... a.fr of Herbert' VVhiliell
W. .'. m 5.i. ioM. a boy.
H,,hbs ..ml k VflntlBvctt of
,t visitors In town last SfU-
iilntitr Udlawi wni Ih Madras Urt
. . . .. .......
. ... n.- n.ilUt )init!iiril. wl'.Wrr
fiora lo tlie wife of Andre J. Taylor
C" .....I IM.....
milt! Northeast oi niaum " imno-
Nov i8, )'), JB'cr.
jhtof Way Ajjcnt Mntt Clark of the
nnii rfrtlit (if
l runs i.mt - -
(Jj South At auras uu wcc.
MUs Opal Clark is the new typo m
pioneer ollkc, arid promises to oc-
t proficient in Hie "omck an.
professor Alonto Tolbctt, teacher ol
fuivfr iclmnl, was a visitor in town
SiiurJ'y attending trt huimcs tnat-
Mailras Townnite Company is
wj j new addition to Madras. This
tM metaled in tlie first pint tiled,
llu never been staked off into lots.
fruk Kali) f 'lend was n visitor in
djrui'ie um of i lie week. 11c has te-
rinurcl the homestead formerly
iovl II. MtMahon in the Yamhill
P.E.Worihir.tjtiin, riht of way fluent
ilk Uhi h'ltes Railroad Company, ar-
jtr) Mslras the lirst of the week and
Uainton looking after the interest
Iff I I) Htnwn left last week for
htti, u ' l uunty, expecting to be
il ut t'irer weeks. Itev. Hrown
Jio'd -p tal meetings at Smocks ntid
toifitr niter business in that vicinity.
.B. Hrown of the Haystack country
miliar in town last Saturday. He
sbdijui'ea number of improvements
enpoti Ins wife's homestead recently,
fa Wiljon and Ed Mason doing the
Ibr.il I, Hell, a former resident of
iru and who owns land on Agency
,ariiv'cl in town Saturday from las
cMSellwood, and will be in this vi-
cfcrio.ne tune attending to business
ard niarkerby of the Agency
fm bat sold his ranch cornislitii! ol
Krts of fine (arm land to Hiram
i, bo also live--, on the North end
iy Plains. Jt is understood the
deration was hito,
0. Huston, promoter of Opal City,
filowa l.v.t Saturday and made a
t with Frank Loveland to drill a
tll to furnish that city with water
Hmlori says there is a steady demand
Ftytrty in Opal City.
S. Isaacs, n capitalist and flourinK
Walla Walla, Washinijton, arrived
Ust Saturday and before leaving
T made the preliminary arranRc-
or tlie incorporation of the Crook
J Milling Company.
Cbarles Whitsett. wlm li.ts bebn in
Fornia lookinL' nflrr Hip rrnpf of land
fwhastd near Pittvillc. returned last
,: to his home In Crook Count v. Mr.
Psett expects (d AWiitKK nf hU liold-
, . - ( r---
Villus Incality and take-tip his rcsi-
.. . .
"BWerajohn V. Stevens and. Chief
T' 0. A, Kvle of the Oret-on
15,11 Line incut sevrrnl init in Matl-
Bi wtek and were also out near
fti River, where vtliey were looking
thC Settlement mutiM iwtinld rtf
I. W4 OUIKW IW144 wi
way on their line.
P'Wuiiiweiler and Duncan McUod
fpiweiigers In Cornelt's car Friday
Rf"1 fftr Plnnlkd. Mr. Wurxweiler
1,9 Tonland ttnd from iliere will de-
5,w California to attend the wlnier.
"'Mac wi'l ,i. ,
f addition to Mudras and pltt
,lhtul 'i. the mafket.-l'rlnevillr;
Xh-Kti i .. .... ... . .. .,...!.
r"1 naiK.e f,.. , ....
:,r A jent of the Great orth
JJ"y. ..t he bat) beejt awnriled
' " fr-'e fur t!.C neit hest lllitiluv of
"ni-IH, I .. ...
i'vm iii iiMiiniraj Ainnin inj
m rat tttnaarr rrrwr -'
A aHy of l'tinevjlle bdstucss
came down to Mrldras Mtinday In lh
v oindextcr auto, amoiifj them being W
l'. King and Champ Smith. Mr. Smith
will remain in town Until tlld last of the
S. J. Wctherald of Minnesota" arrived
in Madras Tuesday and is looking oVer
this section with the purpose of reporting
to ihveslors in the middle West. Mr.
VVetherald's opinion of this country is very
favorable, nnd ho says the possibilities for
ijvdcvrlopment are tiuly wonderful. No
doubt his report cf this section will be
MftSi HANNAH WHlTEHEH DEAD
Thursday, November 1 8. 1909. oc
curred the de.ith of Mrs, Hannah VVhltc
ner, mother of Mr. C. C. Fox, nt the
liter's home. Mrs. VVhitrner wan form
erly 1 resident of this section, but luid
spent the past two years in Ariqna with
a daughter, and orjly. returned last Sep
tember for a visit with relatives on Agen
Mrs. VVhltener was born April 28,
1909, in the state of Missouri, and was 74
years of age at the time of her death.
The funeral service was held Saturday at
Mountain View schoolhouse and was con
ducted by Hcv. G. K. M orehead of Mad
ras. Interment was had in the Card cent
etery on Agency'I'lains.
SERVICES AT M. E. CHURCH
Sunday school at 10 a. m.j Epworth
League at 7:00 p. in.
Everyone cordially Invited.
G. K. MoouitKAt), Pastor.
The Law and Order League will meet
Monday evening, Nov 29, at 7:30 in the
I. 0.0 F hall. W. J. Stcbbins, Vice
hand oiuo red ribbon sjttita-
'il Hi 1.1 . i.i f-..-. I..
- .viiivi s ir.jiiiitiiiiiu
'rmer I, hurmiuin nvtKiisivulv
h"1l),flH Srttlnil I. tin nan-
l.i ...yii4 11 U 1111V ...j
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AHD PERSONAL PROPERTY
0. W. BABNETT
Office at Kosidonco, South Main St.
CHURCH IF CHRIST SERVICES
Sunday school- at Lamonta every Sun
day nt lb a, Ht.'
SBi Vices In Udd Fellows hall.
SUnday sbhool at 10 a. nt.
Communion service immediately fol
lowing SUnday scho'dl.
YoU are invited to attenU these services.
ftnl C'm! ti'ind
tiMK8TEAD.--.ft.11 too fof Pijbi..,i.
tloti, Dciinrlmeiit of Mi'h lutnrlor.
tJ. 8. h'tiiil OfllOf, The UAlliH, Oregon,
Nnvtfiillicr II, llJIlO.
NotlfiH Ih hfiihv ulVf'ti Mutt
William a. kllis,
of MndniH, OrcKon, who, dn Otjtnlipr
20, lOll.'i. mndp 11 oiii" feud. Herlal No.
03(118, No. iMv, tut ttw 8i' 15, tp 11
, r 18 w rn,
Has fllttil iiolloo of Intention to male:
dual fivo.yoar proof) to uHUbllnli
olulm to tlie lutid nbovo ilehcrlboil) be
fore Ho wardy. "i'u titer, ,U. 8. Com-
mlHaloner at, 11 Ih olllco ut Mudrus, Ore
von. on tuo zlBt nay of Deceuioeri
Olaltrlartt names us wltnenHen:
M 0 MaBon, I F Sbiltt, J H Ilornoy,
J P lluliti, all of Mud run, Oregon.
0. W. Mooiik,
nig (110 HelHtor
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lion leadiHK to the conviction of any per
son or persons guilty of the oflense ol
cutting the lines, destroying or removing
the poles, dr imerfetiitg in any way with
the property of the Pioneer 1 elCgrapn
Pioneer McgrW 4 ttenliolio Co,
At A I) R AS, OREOdN
NOTICIO I'Or Piibllciitlon. 1181 The
Diillen, Lint No. ortfilfi, tJnlted
Suites Land CJllloe.TUe JJallea, uruuon
NovmiiLer 10, ltM
Notlco In lloreby glvoii that the
Northern Puclllo Jtuiiway uompiuiy,
whoHO post oflloo uihlrofts t hi. raui,
Ml.iiiPsotii.bnstlilHOtlt (lay of govern-
iinr. 100). Illod In thla otlloo Its appli
cation to Holedt niiduf the provlalotifi
of tho Aot of CongroHH, Approved July
1, 1808. (80 Slut. 607, 020) uh exionnou
by the Aot of May 17, lrfnd, tho wM
sun 10, til llfirlOe, vv m. Hefiai
am mid nil lletflonA tdiilmMim' "'
vuruly (lit) ldS dWorllrudi on d6slr
i,m i.l)lBot;bfuaiilii' .nMhiMnliiorul
elmnuilor oft .lli-lftttili h 'MBr
roiirton, to. tlm dlnnQBin to iippiio.u.
nhoulil lllo tludr uffldavltaor-prptosiwi
hlH offlcp, pji or before ttio stun y
Deoeinber, 11)09, . .
,, o. W. fllO HH'j ,
' 1I....U nil
d20 m m.w.
The IJulles, Oregon, October 20,1009.
A wufllclent conlcHt alll.luvlt having
been filed io Ibis otlloo by
NEWT 32. MELTON,
confeHtantr nfrttltiHt bonieHteud entry
No 03480, mude Feb 21, 1905, for e)
wi, nwirtwi sec "9, nnd ni isel see. 30,
tpOH, r 13' e, vv m, by Willlntn V.
Zueruer, con tent ee, In which It Ih ul-
leced that said Zueruer lias wholly
ulundoiieil Hitld land for more than hIx
montliH lust piiflt, and that eald ubun-
Haiti partleB tire hereby notified to :
appear, reRpond atfu oiler evidence
. i .....t.i n 1 1 if, , in i.MMt. !
KiiiUHIIiK biiiii iii;kii'I' ui. lu it uiuuiv -
ii. ni. on Dec. 10, 1009, before Howard j Bfi
V. Turner, U. S. Commlrsiouer ut I K9Bs
MudruH, Oregon, un.d that lliml hear
ing will beheld nt 10 o'clock a. m. on
Dec. 16, 1009, before the Rogljttor and
Ueceiverof the United Statea Lind Of-'
lice In The Dalles, Oregon,
The mild contestant having, .lp, a
proper alllilavlr.. filed Sept. 21, 1009,
-et foith fucts which show that after
due dllluence pera tnul norvlce of this
notice cannot be made, It la hereby
ordered and directed that eueh notice
lie given by due nnd proper publica
tion. C. W. MOO HE,
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Suits made to order in lat
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MAnitAS-Seoptnl Sunday In cneh riiotlth at
11 a. nt. and 7:S0 p.m. in Fred MrJthodtst
l! Church, -
Ol'AL PUAintE Every Sunday at lift, irt. arld
7S0p. m. In Opal Prairie Church, Union
Sunday school every Sufaday at 10 li. in.
JDKII'KK nUTTE School Houac-Eyery SUri
day at 3 p. in. Union Sunday school every
Sunday at 2 p. m.
MOUNTAIN VIEW School House-First and
3d Sunday of each mouth at 1 :30 p. m. Un
Jon Sunday school every Sunday 3:60 p. in.
All arc cordially Invited tn these services,
AKl'HUil and MINA CKEASEt, Pa.Uors.
Not Coal Land
HOMfeSTEAD. Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, tJ.
S. Lanl Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
October 18, 1905.
Notice Is hereby given that
FRANCIS, M. McCLlNTICJt,
of Madras, Oregon, whoi on Oct. 20f IDOL
made Homestead, JSerfal No. 03314 1 No.
138tl3( for Lot 2, sepw'ji, wneJi sec 31f
tplO SJt 13 E, VM,
lias tiled notice of intention tp raakciiual
flvo-year proof, to establish c)aHn .to
the laihlabovo described, before Howard
W. Turner, United States Commissioner,
at Ills office at Madras, Oregon, on the 30th
day of November, 1009.
Claimant names as witnesses:
McNcemari 0 W E Foote, L Foote'
Robert L McLnne, all of Madras, Oregott.
O. W. MOOHE,
All advocate DISCING your
land immediately after the
crop is removed, preparatory
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Serves the nioistqre already
in the soil and prepared the"
land to retain the moisture
occasioned , by the Fall rains.
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.for Oregon literature.
WILLIAM MctfURRAY, fleiiral hMm Agent, Porilanfl, Oregon
: Not Coal, Laud , , '
O OSlfiaTEAC. Notice for tibl lea
. Hon. department of;,ho IntoWor,
(J. S..tiuitlDniceal The tjalles, Ore
gun, November 2, 10Q0.
Notice p hereby uiveti that
4 IUKBISON G. CJtATl2lt, .
of Afdiwpod, Oreonr Vho,l-pn April
j,a9(,,tHiide Iioniesttati ..Serial No
03127 Ko 10852, mi wrfnej, neinwi
und Lot 1, sec 18 tp ll.s, r 17 e, w u,
has (lied notice of Intention to make
Until five-year proof, to establish
cltilniito the bind tittoVe destttlbedt be
forej.lloward V. Tiirttort tJ. S. dun
mipiloner, nt tils ofllne at. Atddms, Or
otipn, on the llilh day of December,'
plnimafit hnfnpa At vitr.enses:
k D Huston id blarH, S S lilaok,
if .Anhwow OteRou, A V Warren j or
Uaycreek, Oregon, ,
i 'a O, w. srooitE,
nil- dfl , HttKifttor
153;i7lAW Irnv-jo talteti. tip .jv Jiir.k
((uDeolotqil Jiorae brtiudbtl .ciralo, J
on left Btillu; NtTwjnlml in left f-houl-(len."0,VjHr
6U can t lmve,t(ama,by
A, L. WiUiums, Madrup.
i N.ot Coal Landl
LJOMESTEAD. Notice for vPublIca.
1 tlpu. Department of. the Interior,
U. S. Ijtuid Otlica at Tlio Dalies, drti
irou, Novetnbor 13, 100O.
Notice Is hereby given that
flOBlsilT E. GALLOWAY", Hi, tf
ortMudraa, Oregon, who, on December
5i 190.4, -.maitp oriiestL'ad Serial, Kr
034.08 No. 5-1032; for eiuei,. swntj,
livi sec 23, tp 11 s, r 18 e, v nVf, ,
Hhh filed notice of inteutlon to ma'Ke
final live-year proof, to establish clulni
the laud above described, beforti
Soward VA Turner, U. S. CQmmls.
Rioner, w.t his otllce at Mudras, Orogoi,
on tho 2Bml day of Decemborj 1000.
(Jlaiinnnt names ay witnesses:
31m. Kanuio Darton, Chris Heg.
ueimr, It p Dombroe, amis Dlzney,
all of Madrnp, Oregon.
O. W. MoohK,
nlS-dlO, . r ,ltoglHter:
NOTIUIS All auuounta duo mo for pro
fetislotml services or otherwise, I
have. left, with Howard V, feruor
ftt.earjipst couvouieueb. fir: J. C: