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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1910)
m " IMAORAS, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON TH11RSDAY. jAIARYi, 1910. ' 0.21
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M I MADRTtvfi OREGON I Justloaofttio Pcnoo
M 1 , J KM j j I WIVM I'HKOINCT
A Transient Stock Green Best Of Feed And Care
B n- a nji -ntf i i l inn
iPANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINES5
Mot.ey transmitted lo a
J, M. Canldin. Prskjcnt and
niKCT0ll8 C. E. Ituuih, M.
OMPSELL, jTROUD &. CO., Props.
We have the best li
! AJsL kInbs of qard;N
liousi. Icli handle in
Piilifiintljt wliM'S nt the
'l'li Unit iimlntaliis no 1
Jtf) JUve If mull order enj
- prMl'tK&j. Give us
()ne quart I)tfJ Palifornla
or 6-yuidWl whHky
0 e quart Ifuttlu I rt V.'lnr
iiimrt iiottlo Hlicrry Win
ie quart hottlo .tuscntel
II For $2.50
A FINE OLD PilRT
Mail orderk give
Goods sealed an
When you arfe i s
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ROBINSON'S BIG STORE
- I JISJIIIHIJ- I - I III "fm Illl - -IMTS iwywiy i H 1 IWWW i tMMP
We vlfll close our store Jan.
remai'nv closed until about Jan.
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A Merry Christmas And Hap New Year Ti
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li iL. GEN
parts of United States and Canada
MnV C. E. Routh, Vice,Pi!dent
J. 0. lttililimon, Kola. Ilea. J. M. t'onkllii
Retail Dealers t
CTJHED MEATS 5
Fresh Meats In the country
vegetables in their season
In Sliniilko of a wholcHUle and mall order
but lmiu)i!d liqinii and liih gnulu
ices eiiarged city wiiniiiHsiicrs.
does no rutnll biislni's furtlicr tliiui
a guuniiiteed servieo of quality mid
and be e-ynvinced.
PARGAIN No. 2
Sherry W'nic, J.iJO u gullon,
iVuseutel S'i u ku'Ioii,
A Q-yeur-old limit Imii Whis
ky, 511 u gallon
All For $6.00
WINE, $1.50 A GAL.
mpt and close attention,
ked in good condition.
for barrel In front.
taking our annual inventor,
C. & M. A. ROpINSON
0WARD W, TIJRNER
U. 8. COMMISSIONER
Jt H. HANEII
ABSTRAOTER OF TITLES
Ftro liuurnprc, I.fu Iniurnnrc, Surotv IlomU
Hunt Kitnto. Conveyftnplnc
NO. 3Q5f .
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE, OREGON
F. Ai.I.cn, i'renlitont,
T. M. HLKMfiH, Cmhler.
Wat WuaztvEii.KH Vice I'rcs,
II. IUldivin, Ant. Cmlilcr.
K ti riliu nnil Undlvlileit
A. M. WILLIAMS & GO.
D . II
ry UOOUS, UlOthing,
1100T8 AND 8II0K8,
HATH' AND CAI8
DROP N AND SEE
op1 -a-XjTj rEcizsriDS
Imported And Domestic
tho rioneer's niuutiing list in an-
other column coulivliiH an exception
ally good iiKsorliiieiit of publlciUloiiK, I
nnil nt prices to suit everyono.
10, 1,910, and
16, for thl
Canwfn Cave Buffet ForTlie
flKfc ALbU nUilltnUUo
.qootlep?or. ,fa. Ro,.ro,d Con-
Opposod To Booxo
it a lopoiy enot near tlio eohuttH
canyon, on tlio road from Tlio Dulles to
Hill's now ferry, n cavo line boeti hollow
cd out of the sido of n bill. A door, cov
ered, with pemept and earth, cbnc'eals
this cavo from tlio clones t scruttnv. VLt
If one knocks nt n certain nlnco. the
loor swings open and reveals a stock of
llnuprs and a prico curd. No ono is in
slubt. and tlio ncrson who cnlors nmv
! leave the required amount of money and
carry away as much of tlio liquor us ho
wants, says tlio Orcgonion.
This is what is known as a irallonlilll"
or a rural blind pig, and is one of tlio
moans used for unlatvfully grasping the
opportunity offured by thousands of
workmen engaged in labor in a lonely
canyon whoro thero aro no opportunities
for recreation or tlio spending of hard-
earned monev. Tlio linunr obtnlnml nt.
A"ifn on I " a m i In lin iminnlli nn
llko a concoction of sliecp di) and nlcobol.
Tlio contractors for both railroad com-
panics aro using their efforts vo keep
booito" off the work, but in instances
they aro not wholly able to accomplish
th pi r purpose. Sberar's Dridgo has be
come n sort of rendezvous for bootleg
gers. Bootleggers, jn vehicles similar to
those used by traveling, fiuncbs, have
driven along the work. Tho liqttles are
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I HI I IIIILAl lil H UMIll.ll HIIUIIV 111 HID H'lll
Uftho vehicle and tho purchaser lielps
himself nftcr dciosi(iiig bis money in a
Olympla, Wash,, Dec. 20. Scores of
Civil War veterans who liavo located on
Oltt-ncre homesteads authorised under
tho new douUo area law will bo dissap.
nointel to learn that an unofllcial opin
ion received hero today by John Law
rcnco holds that the old soldiers' home
stead law, giving credit for service
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
D. W. BARNETT
OfHoo at RQsidonoo, South Main St.
Li 1ST OlITH fl)E
TUCKER & GULP
Flnsl-CluB, Wort Gnarautecd
Located In the old Urnoht ahon
M r hrTrnonu
h c. rcicnoun
jewelry of ll kmJi made to or
der and repaired. Setting or
Pncioui Stone mde,
against rosldcnoo on tlio cjajm, does not
npnly to tho new entries,
Under tbo old lCO-ncro fiomostofld law
a soldier would rocclvo credit 'or reel
dcncd'cqunl to his service in the Held,
Tlip now doulilo homestead law tnakes
provision for certain cultlvtloti cnoli of
(hp Hyp yenrs and th department holds
tjmt whlo tlio time prcdlt miaht apply,
tlin nmitinl nun vaom' niilHtrnf Inn la
hnnndntqry, so that no soldier cut prove
I in i v.. .
Uli mum uvu yqirsajfcr soiuomrni.
Mr. Lawrcnco formerly was a Land
i nninn rvninlnt nn.l tnnlr n.tlo.t
of aotno soldier entrymcn. Iln line ask
ltd Senator Piles la Introduce a bill to
amend tlip jnw tfl KVO (hp veterans credit
lor ovrvjcp (ipo op ipo pew cinijpn.
ilinnp RCAU DCuriPPQ
A qpqslan cntailinB a for-roochlntf
t,,Tccl wn8 "anaed down by (iilt'o JJean
M" 1,10 United States Court yesterday.
Whllo tlisposlnj? of tlio suit against Bar
nu' flol)l)l for 1,10 recovery pf $1087.00,
1,10 announced a princqiio oi law which
U,,8V" ou M'i "Pu w"tc" inay
nnvo ,,ccn cpiHcmpiafpq against a num
bcr of homesteaders.
The first ppjnt niadp clear by tlio court
is that a map may, if qualified, make a
bomcstead fllintr on timber lands from
which ho can remove the timber. If, at
a later porol, ho desires to surrender
his home. tend llng (pr cancellation and
"H " 'tM'" nn ft llllllg iinuer
ii. i . ... . ..
the tiipber and stqnp act, tbo nuttier
may do sp without dancer of prosecii-
tion for either criminal violation of tbo
law or recovery of damages by tho Gov-
eminent, provided tho settler receives a
fltml receipt from tho local Land Ofllco.
Tbo court holds that tho title relates
buck to. tho original entry by Iho home
Tho second point brought by tho court
is mat a m Py prosecuted for
tno enmng and removal o.( timber from
iiib iiomcsicau prior to tno issuanco oi a
receiver's final receipt, except In tho
preparation of tlio land for agricultural
P Xlclsion was given In a suit
brought at tho request of officers of
Washington. Gobbi is a resident ol
Portland, but filed a homestead in Clark
County, which lie afterward turned into
a timber and stone filing.
TRIAL BEGINS MONDAY
llingcr Hermann, cx-ltoprcsentative
In Congress for Oregon and ex-Commis
stoncrof tho General Laud Otlieo, ar
rived in Portland yesterday morning.
IIo will remain until after tho trial of
tho cliargos against hint, now pending
In tbo Vnitcd States Court. The trial
which begins next AJonday mornjng
concerns tho witlidrawal of the lands
onstltutlng tho Hhto Mottutain forest
"Colonel A. S. Worthington will be
hero somo timo tomorrow and then there
will bo a conferenco botween John M
Gcarin, Mr. Worthington nnd myself.
Colonel Worthington is the attorney
who defended mo during tho two
months which my former trial consum
ed and which was held at Washington
Ho is a Grand Army man, very wealthy
and ono of tho leading lawyers of the
liar of tbo District of Columbia, IIo Is
coming bocauso of his friendship for me,
mpro than tho feo I am able to pay him
Being so famillnr with tho details of the
caso ho is in n position to bo of gnat
help in this trial.
"I havo waited ttvo years for tho op
portunity for vindication which will be
gin next Monday."
Colouel Worthington was District At
torney for tlio District of Columbia un
der President Autliur. It is ronortod
that lie proposes to retiro from activo
iractlco with tho conelusion of the
STOCKMEN TO BE PROSE-
CUTED FOR ILLEGAL FENCES
Warrants woro last night placed in tbo
hands bf tho United States Marshal for
tho arrost oi J, T. Kerguoson, J, 0,
Houston and 121em Fought, prominent
krooK uounty ranchmcnl Thoyaro bqv
uiuuj niui,tvi ii i iiiiiiiuuimim uivuui ui
fences, says tho Orogonian.
With tbo Now Year it Is announced
at tlw ofllco ol tho United Stntea Attor-
noy tliatoi now policy of
persons wIiq unlawfully incloBeJi
lie domain will bohiftU'-'Virrt
(llctments for 'this of'o
mm em i
MADRAS WILL SOON
PECOME A Mp$PALJt;$
8PHV W P' F8? ft
1 coition To Bo Submlttod To A
yoto Of gltljtong
TliaM'io ptly of Madras will bo in
ftAftkArrilnl In n rrt im tt rin 1 fnniihnin(lnn
Is an assured tact. S
yesterday at tlio regular session of the
County Court at Prlnevilie, after all tb
necessary requirements had been com
plied with a petition was presented to
tlio court npd n fayorublo action was
taken in tlip matter.
Tho Court has appointed an elect
to take place for tho purpose of allow
all tho legal voters within tho proposed
corpqrato limits to vote either "Jncor
jioratipn, yes" or "Incorporation jio't
and at the same timo, . tbo following
U,W8. yotpq lor; A aypf, iie-
corder, Treasiiror, si? OoqrjcUtflen., tnd
I Marshal. Thp election wll no Held
January 31 .
) wii uo porno time before tbo ncor-.
poralion can bo completed, as the clec-
tion wiH "ayo to bo confirnied by tbq
County Court at its next regular Scs-
aion, and also filed with tbo Secretary. ,
'tlio rapidity with which tho people.
orocotninjf to Madaq, yith thq many
classes, piftf. aro a, natural consequence.,
with HlP. pqnstructiqn' of railroads,,
in ii huh j, necessary .nai mis niauer.
I !. . . ... . .
should bo pushed as ranidlv 'as possible.
in order Unit tho benefits of a munici-
pal incorporation may bo extended tq
the citcns and property owners within
thelhnUsof Uip prqpqset jqeprppratfon.'
HAWLEY PREPARES LIEU
LAND BILL FOR OREGON
Washington, Jan. 3.-ReprcBentatiyfl
W. C. Hawloyls preparing a.bi), tPPQ
introduced this week, permitting lA
Stato of Oregon to select lando outsidq
of forest reserves in lieu of school seer
tions tied up in the reserves. Ho aimq
to secure, for tlio state, lands as valua? i
bio as Its forest school sections.
Representative Hawley finds that tcv-
eral hundred thousand acres of Oregon
school Jaqijs ajo nqw tie) qp fqrest
reservos and of no value whatever to tho
state, becauso tlioy are unsurvoyed unto
therefore, not a proper base for Heir" '
selection. IJo Is anxious that tho state
shall bo granted absolute title to a full
ucreago of school lands tq wllph it is
entitled under tho enabling act and
wants the lands of "approximately thq
samo character and valuo as thoso paw
ned up in reserves.
Onco a stato can not tltlotosuch lands
outside of forest reserves it can rcalizo
upon them to tho extent of several mil
Hon dollars, all of which woqld, go iptq
tlio school fund.
His bill directs tho ficcretnry of tho
Interior to ascertain lust how much Orot
gon school land is now in tho forest ror
Other Western members aro prepar
ing simllnr bills and tho probabilities
ro that a general bill, applicable to all
Western statos, will bo reported by tho
public lands committco.
SAM SMITH'S CASE TO BE HEARO,
Salem, Or., Dec. no.-Xho caso of
Stato vs. 0, Sam Smith ihas beoi
for tioarlrig hi tbo euprcmoSo
This caso was appealed from
cult Court of Crook County, w
years ago Smith was found gui
burning a barn and tbo shcop-Blicarin 3
corralB of J. N. Williamson.
tlio ranchmen wero brought beforo tho
court tho officors of tho United States
havo been satlsHcd to accept a plea of
guilty and tho imposition of a nominal
flno on tlio first . count. Tlio last'count
would bg suspended Spending u' veiuoV
Tlio United Stater ' ' J - HSSv,
ihat ho-bollpi '
stat.t' . . .
7y . "is?
MADRAS, , ORFiON
FIRST-CLA8S WORK GUARANTEED,