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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1910)
IS And The
Lr9 should lirlnj:
I nl.HiuiK ntHrn
K 10 piuiiwv
Tuesday noon, to
bpcarnnce in c
If .Sisters, wns in towi
vqs n visitor In tht
Winifred 0born wen
' wns in twn Mondaj
If Nflrihprn Ayency
rest of I'rineville, i
I f A Cin(nrt
Lard spent Saturday
joint of Henry Win
Lc down from I'rine-
incvv auto and spent
Ins been visiting at
ik Loveland, left fo
mined Thursday from
lie Dalles, and Shef
representing Allen &
was calling on Mad-
I made final five year
cad before Coinmiss-
opened up a new bar-
suuth ol the billiard
wife were in M ad-
It r. Ilrnwn was look
L interests here.
if)iiiierly of Mianiki
It d iy, and is now at-
lili in his barber shop.
Iliss Nellie McDowell
fell of O.Nell, visi'.rd
r. and Mrs. V. R
the genal 'insurance
li Life, is located in
recks looking after his
Hums resident agent
Valley Wagon Road
Madras the early part
of Louis E. W. Lud-
pi t AHm O Sp.ffjid
II l-rk;y at Madras.
rl to appear.
but is made, that on
lc the Warm Spun);
baseball team will
in at Madras.
and family of Trout
lidras Monday- Mrf,
y proof on herdemt
JChehalis, Wash., arnv
part of the week and
in the restaurant busi-
Jcan secure a suitable
Kedfield, Receiver of
Roscoo Howard, also
and Dr. Coe, nil of
Piigh Madras on their
meeting of the Crook
In April 13th at Madias.
Ieqiiested to be present
ess is to come before
J Stebbins, Secretaiy,
ho has resided in this
h"stead south of town.
fortland, where he will
It time, then will ro to
where he expects to
(Sunday afternoon for a
j'umanu. During Ills
Is3 WIII lie conducted iiv
llalin, who last Thure.
pniisas City, Mo, Mr.
f-'is to remain in this
companicd by his wife,
E. Thompson Co. of
fe taken options pn a
own property in Central
f' -'iy j uesuay, being
F'u 10 take c harce of
lincss at (hat point.
N pupils of (he Madras
preparinir a m-nnmm
, Mils Agneii Smith ol Slmnlkoli spend
ing (he week vjjltlng at thp home of A
Tillman Reuter of Mndrai, was In
'rlr.eville the Inst ol (hp week, He is
ureparlng to plant n larger acreage on his
dry ranch this yen,r than ever. His fall
own gram looks well never looked bet
er, he says, at this time o the year, His
ncreased acreage will be sown lo potatoes
vhicli he grows to perfection. Tillman is
1 firm believer n dry farming principles
ind carries. them out in piactice on Ins
ranch. He makes it pay, too. Frine
ville Journal. 4
SERVICES AT M. E. CHURCH
Sunday school at 10. a. m.j Epworth
League at 6145 P lr-
Services in the morning at the Mt.
View School house, in the evening at
Everyone cordially invited.
(i. R. MoOKIIltAD, Pastor.
Every Professional Man
Is directly interested In
the prosperity of Oregon.
None flourish unless
money is in good supply.
Life insurance premiums
drain Oregon of vast
sums every year.
Stop This Drain
Place your life insurance
The Policyholders Company
This is the only "Purely
Makes all of its invest
ments here, and is an im-
' - m .!
portant raccor in cue up
building of a Greater
Rates are no higher.
Write for further partic
ulars giving your occu
pation and date of birth.
IJOJIB OFFICE, rORTI.AXD, OIL.
Jl. L. MILI.S, Vrt. I BXMUEL, Otn. Mr
CL.AHI2NCB a flAiiUEU Aut lift.
K. N. STRONG
CENTRAL OREGON AflRNT
In oritur to luivt) our In
IcrcxlH ropruHonti'd Id I ho
vlolnlty wo huVe hjv
to not as our agent In the
llo U onipowurgil to aet for
im In I'vory wny, ntul lul
noat!iitriutt'(l to lilm will bo
promptly ntti'iiilfitt lo
Wo have branoli ofilooa in
all parts of
Q PRIIIEVILLE, OREGON Q
First And Last
J&.11 ICirtcis Of
ctlon. Depr.rtiijPHt ff the Inte.
rlor, U. 8. Lund OIII.jo at 'i))p
Qreoti, March 10, lqifl,
Notion Ib hereby ulvon tlmt
LUDVIG T. LpOU,
of YoungH, OroKon, wiio. 011 Novumtier
10, 1003, triHilo Honief teiul, Mortal Wo
03020 No. 13(f71, for t'Mw oo T ami
IIhh lllcil notice of Intention to majto
llniil tive-yenr jirnof, lo eHUihllsli 0 In lip
to Mm Innil liov duHoritwd, licforo
Howard W. Tumor, U. ri. 0 HDiiiInhImii,
ttr, at IiIm ollloe hi Mail him, Oregon, ou
tliu 27i Inlay of Aiirll, 1010.
Claimant naineH hh wltnHiaeflt
GrorKO MoniiiT, A Monner, of Madr
raH, OrcKon; Win. Urownhlll, Peter
Vlbbert, of Youu, Oregon,
O. W. MOOUE,
m24u2l ' llnclstcr
LIOMKHTKAI). Noilro Kor I'liMlontloii.
Doportmont (if tins Inturor. V. H. Land
Onice nt TI10 linllun, Offgoii, JUrch 2fl, 1010,
notieo in iicruby kIvoii that -
KI.MKll K. .MATH KU8.
ot YatirtRH, Orf!Kin, who, on October n, 1001,
inndo Homt'Htcftd Hcrlnl No. OMIT) No, ll,
forwJinw ana u'wU ten IB, TpliiS, ttll
r., n ,
Mnn niud notlcoot liid'iitlon to jnw Hnnt llvo
Jt'iir lirool. to t,'Ul)IIli claim til tlm Utiil
lovd doncrlhod before Itownrcl V. Turner, U,
. ;omiiiiHioncr nt hi omoe at nlrn(i, Ore.
Kon, on the loth dny of My, 1010.
LUImAiit nsme ah wltncne:
HA White, ADTlmycr, Jftme FlocV, Krcd
Klulinr, all of Madr, Oregon.
7-mft C, W, JfOOltK, Upglstor
Edward C. Pease Go. Inc.
THE SHANIKO STORE
If OMESTEA1). Notice for Piillli:a.
tlon, Department of t lie Interior,
U 8 LandOIIleeatTlieDalleH, Oregon,
Maruh 21, 1010.
Notice la liereby given that
WILLIAM A. PULLEiV,
of Minima, Oreiron, who, ou Novemlier
11, 1004, made IlmiicHtUHil, Rerlal No.f
u37j an. mm. ror eiiw. 11 w
and nwne, i-eu 17. t 11 , r 14 e, w in,
Ha II led notice of i 11 to 11 1 ion to make
final five-year proof, toeMlubllah clulm
lo Hie land above dt-Harlhed, before
Howard W. Turner. U S. CoininlwHlon-
er, ai bin otllfe nt Minima, OreKOn, on ;
the 3rd day of .Muy, 1011).
Claliuanl nutnuH at) ultneasefl:
J V TuiiMull. M G Irwin, C II Tun
stull, W J Smith, all of Madras Oregon
We have just received
the Royal Tailors Spring
sample book containing
500 of the swellest pat
tern of woolen cuttings
ever displayed in Shan-
iko. Every piece ranteefl all PURE WOOL, and every suit made by
them bears a SpeciaJ guarantee as to lasting qualities and workmanship,
also a perfect fit. ach customer is thus guaranteed entire satisfaction.
Remember we take correct mcasurrfjents here and will be pleased to have you call In and in
spect these samples.
No(3 qur e$(rcrnely low pricps on tailor made suits before ordering else-
WE ARE AQENTS FOR
Irn Wagons, HaoKs
Mil And Buggies
PACKETS OF ALL VARIETIES
HOMESTKAP. Notice (or Publlca
Hon. Uepxrtiiiftit of the Interior.
U. S. Lund Ol)oe, The Dulles, Oregou,
March 21, 1010.
Notice Ih hereby ylven that
ofLamonla, Or'ou, who, on April
18, 1005, made Homestead, Serial No.
01746 No. 14370. for nvvjaw ec 33
and nejwl nee 33, tp 12 a, r 13 e, w m,
lias filed notice of intention to make
dual five-year proof, to eatablinh
claim to the land above deHcrihed be
fore Howard W. Turner, United States
CominlBHloiior at hla otllce at Madrus,
OreKon, on the 4tli day of May, 1010.
Claimant namca bh wltneHi-esf
Hubert Aiinatioi.Ki Nell .MilliKan, of
Culver, Oregon; Jerry Aehuy, Wiltium
Russell, of LitinuiiU, Oregon.
C. W. MOOKE,
LJ OMESTEAD. Notice for Publico.
tlon. Department of the Iuterlor, '
U. S. Land Olllce at The Dalles, Ore
gon, March 10, 1010.
Notice Ib hereby tjiven that
JAMES W. NICHOLS,
of Madras, Oreiron, who, on Mfty 7, ,
1900, mado IIpinestead; j&erlal No
03000 No. 15120, for u)uwi, uwnei,
sec 34, swJseK sec 7, tp 2 8, r 12 e,
tins filed notice of intention to make
tlnal commutation proof, to establish
clulm to the laud above described, be
fore Howard W. Turner, U. S. Com
missioner, at his office at Martian, Or
euon, on the 28th day of April, 1010.
Claimant mimes as witnesses:
Fred Fuluham, Edward Crabtree,
S A MuConuell, Edward Pike, nil of
M idras, Oregon.
C. W. Moojie,
CENTRAL OREGON MERCANTILE GO, Madras
Agents for Parlin & Orendorf's Implements,
Ingluding Superior Drills, Canton Plows, Disc
Harrows, "Success" Suikey Plows, Etc., Etc.
Buy this line and you get the best and longest service
jVIcCargat, Bates & Liitfely
Wq handle Centra! Oregon prorerty. and art) mak
ing a specialty of CROOK COUNTY LANDS. If you
have something to sell, write us,
318 Falling Building
MAX LUEDDEMANN, Manner
REAL G STATU DEPT.
EAST SIDE MAIN STRUCT
If you wish to sell, list you property with us
e represent capital interested in your section
haye immediate pnrchasers
fe will pnrctigse for onrselyes
e own auu1 operate two large 60-horse-power
antomoWles in our Msiuess
SEE OR WRITE US TODAY
Epping-Brydle Land Co.
FRUIT AND AGRICULTURAL LANDS IN OREGON
Portland Hood trivet Shaniko
ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO
(cll vil be oiven nt tin.
tomorrow. All am ln-
f'lie exercises will be fol
F'Ui name hnw
fadras and Warmsprjnjj'
Oledtfas, h Oregon