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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1910)
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County Superintendent Fnl lias
mtule the Spring apportionment of
school moneys to the G-l districts of
Crook county, the total amount being;
$20, 778. OS, the largest in the history of
The amounts which will be available
to tho districts in this part of the
county are as follows:
No. 22MHdras - - $1315 08
" 10-Culver - - 286 16
" 11-Grizzly - - - 498 82
" 1- Mountain View - 62170
' 14-Opal Prairie " I8 OT
" 16Mud Springs - 686 97
" 17 Fairview - - 117 81
19-Ashwood - - - 1281 75
" 20-Shotgun - - - 186 22
" 2G-Ited Rock - 19B 01
" 82-Gray Butte - 330 94
" 8G-Cross Keys - - 96 22
" 37 Haycreek - - - 186 97
" 44 Lamontn - - 47B 93
51 Ax Handle - - 188 69
' 52 Methodist Hill - - 308 05
" 58-Opal Springs - - 208 86
CO Vibbert - - - 880 5)4
' 62-Lamson - - 881 46
" 68-Lone Pme - - 2S5 16
" 87 Round Butte - - 21G 49
" 63-Lyle Gap - - 25-1 G3
' 69-Willow Creek - - 269 89
The Madras Whist Club held ah en
joyable session last evening at Scnford
Hall, eight tables being filled. The
pi-ize winners wen!: For highest lady's
fceore, Miss Ailene Sanford; consola
tion, Miss Anna Falkenhagen. For
highest gentleman's score, C. A. Rid
dle; consolation, H. McKinnon. Mrs.
A. C. . Sanford, Miss Verna Howard
and Miss Anna Falkenhagen were in
charge of the entertainment. Ice
cream and cake were served.
For the next meeting, to be held
Wednesday evening, May 11, the fol
lowing committees were appointed:
Entertainment Miss Elsie Northrup,
chairman; Misses Nellie Harper, Ailene
Sanfor, Ula Sanford.
Arrangements Lyman Griswold,
chairman; H. McKinnon, C. A. Riddle,
The company indulged in dancing at
the close of the evening.
BUILDING AT OPAL CITY
Thf Hrst building to occupy
1 mil on i he new Opul City
towiiMte it now in coUrse f
ouiiHtruction. It. will bn occu
pied as sUou as completed by a
gt'tmrul store, the property of
Mi'Hars. Sn.ith & Smith of Cor
Last f.ill Opal City was widely
advertised jih the cming me
tiopoiis ol Cntial Oregon, and
:l tliv time when the llil'inan
episode "in af its height, the
lioiiKteis of Opal Oiiy also
oniiie in for larjje slintt of tin
aeeiiauion of puttinn a wildcat
propei ty u the market.
Nil that tlu evil wind has
blown away the work of devel
oping the propei ty is seemingly
t.i Iim undertaken in Jejil ear
iie.t A representative ol tlie
company is now on the grounds
and the actual work of building
a town is about to begin.
Ens' or West it is the best. Cleve
land's HakiiiK Powder.
Senrnlnry ot BliUe
1'roiisurnr ; 0 A SUcl
Attornoy Gonornl A M Crnwfonl
Sut. t'ubllo tnitrltetlon J It Atikermnn
Stnte I'rtlitur V S Dunulwny
Dniry ninl Food Dommflhtohor J W linlloy
U 8 Sanntors oo. it. Cltnmbcrliitn
CongrOMman , j
I Supreme' Jutlgeit.
SKVKNTII JUDIQIU. DISTRICT
Jililjt i V I. armlKhRU
I'rOftMUtlut AtloftMjr I'rfcil V. Wllnon
W. B. Childers and Marshal Gulp
were a tio on the weekly prize at the
shooting gallery last week. . As one wan
afraid and the other "dassent" they did
not shoot off the prize, but divided it.
The Indian boys from Warmspring
and the local Echool boys will cross bats
in a baseball game on the local grounds
nest Saturday afternoon. These are the
s.une teams who played such an enter
taining gau.e here a few weeks ago, and
tais nmvill doubtless Oraw a large
crowd of 'ana. The admission will be
YOU CAN FIND Dr. Clark at the Keys
rooming bou-e, prepared to do all
kinds of Dental Woi k. Those having
work to do f hould call without delay,
as the doctor will have to work at
other points part of the time. a2S-t2
VOTING FOR THE PIANO
Directions regarding voting for Mad
ras Trading Company's piano.
Write name or society voted for plainly
on lace of ticket at the top. Tickets are
given only lor cash purchases at the time
purchases are made. Tickets after being
voted cannot be transferred.
Votes vill be counted and published
every two weeks. Following is tjie list of
names which have received over iooo
votes) counted Monday morning by V .
R. Cook and H. W. Turner:
Madras public school
I.O. O. F. , ,
Mud Springs School
Mrs. Gilh? Dizney
Mrs. Harry Key
Ask your grocer for the 3 lb. and 5 . Myrtle Ramsey
lb. cans ol CJevfland's Baking Powder , j;j jr church
They have the screw top with metal j ,nez jennett
lianule under regular cover. Alwajs
air tight and useful when empty.
TRY Thoae cinnnnion rolls and coflVe
at the Model Bakery and Cute.
Jmlirc H. C. Kill
Cleric ..Warren Brown
Slierlft 1'rnnk Klklns
Treasurer..., V I' King
A.efor. . J I) UlVllotte
3ilioolSUtiiiHmdiit..v..' 4....H. A.Ford
Surveyor V. A. It lee
Coroner J. A. McCkII
Commissioner 1 J. It','
lustloe F. J. llronlt
Constable J JI Mnyes
Konil Smrvl.nr ltocky Uoblmm
Joseph W. Rice
Notary Public. I
Madras, - - oregon'
AVe have lusi n-opivi-l iho UPTON PIANO llml wh lmv. Immmi issiiin o(h
to our sini-M mi'I ny iiiHiruinoiit. It cum ia llm man u larl hi m 'h 'lVtiYtar
We coiriiallv invite your inspection.
MADRAS TRADING COMPANY
Q C. C0LLVER
Justice of tbe Pence
Howard w. turner
U. S. GOSViriiiSSIONER
PHYSiGIAH fk SURGEON
Olliue in Dtiir Store.
NOTE--Advcrlisers should brinjj
chanRe of copj' to Pioneer office
not later than Tuesday noon, to
insure its appearance in the
HEED TRAINED TEACHERS
The hoys mul vlrlx (lew-eve the hoot
opportunities that can lie given ttiem
in tlie public n)h ol--, for fo v of them
have n chance to get more eilueatli'ii
th'in Is here furnlnheil. If yoti p'iy
taxes on 0110 thouxanil ilnllurH, you
will pay four oenH for trninlng teieh
ern to put into tlie-e solmoN.
Vote "Yes," for Monmouth.
J. 11. V. BITLER,
a2l-t2 be-ri tarv ol Committee.
Most HiiiiHfactoiy moileiale priced caiH. Low
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OI inuillieiiiilice, m'v reiiniirt, 11111 I'll tl Ii 1 n e. M
UROOK UUUNTY, MADRAS, (1
T. S. Hamilton, Pres. K. II. I'iikmii, Vke-Pria. J C. loir J
The Pioneer given you the home ami
county news ami keeps 3-ou in (ouch
with your nurroiiudingtj. Kut'acribe
for It. Print Si SO ir veitr.
City Of Madras
Ordinance No. 4
Aft ORDINANCE Entitled: An ordinance defining the duties and fixing the bond nrtd Falary
and eomiiensatlon of tlio City Treaburer. The City ot Jtfadrat doe ordain ns follows
Tlio 'I'raatnrer ith'ull, on or before the second fuedy in April, 1910, next following his cloc
jlon, or In caw he lm been appointed by the couijc'll to fill a VRcRiioy, then within five dnytt
Rltor moh appointment, take and subscribe tho oath prencirlbod by Die law, mid he shall, be
fore entering upon the dutiets of hi olllee, execute a bond in the sum of tf.soo oo (one thousand
tlve hundrod dollar), with two or more' urotlos to be approved by tho council, conditioned
for tho Ifllthful ilUoliart-e of all the duilefc of UU,olce, and the pay)tu; (Afcr to h!n mirccssor In
ottlee, all the moneys and other property remaiuini; In hi humU ut the cloe of bin term of
Seo. 2. The treaurcr shall perform such duties cs are proncribfed by the charter and fucIi
as inuy be impo.ed by ordinance. He shall keep his olllee open on the usual business days
from V a. in to Hp. in. He shall open and keep a proper bet of bVjokft with snfllciont.aceounts
to thow the costs, receipts auc( flxpfties (tf cui.li, mid oyery. jilece of ci',)- property and the rcii
eral financial condition of the city in encli and every d,eiartiiij;iit, which shall be balanced
and presented to the council Jt their reicula'r jneetlif in January and July of each yeir and at
any other time fter five days' notice that the Maor shall so 'Jemand. lUs shall r .'colvo all
iiioneys iald ovCr to such accountir as the couiiull shall rfire'cC. He shull pay all wafrantf
drawn on liim In proper fonn, and all warrants shall le pwid in the order of their presenta
tion, When any warrant Is paid by him, lie shall cnncol the sftine and write or stnmp the word
"1'ald," in larite kiters acrotitt the face of t!ie tainr. When. thWe' are no noncys in 'lis hands
wherewith to pay a warrant drawn, he must endorse the same, "not paid for want of funds,"
and enter and resistor the same in a bOol: to be kept for that purpose, and thereafter, and
upon notlco, pay such registered wnrrants in the order of their registration, and all warrants
so registered idial! bear interest at thtrraie of eper cent per annum from the' date of registra
tion until paid or called in. , .
Sec. 8. The notice required in the lat preceedliiK .section of tlili ordinance shaft contain
(ho number and Other necessary description of the rulst4rl' warrants anil a statement that
tlieio are no funds on hand wherewith to pay the same. The nntlep shall bo In writing and
tOted on the postolllce, the recorder's olllee, unci the treasurer's ollico, or printed Ifi a iiuws
pupur of geuurfll clrculatloi published within s oji 1 city Kir a period of thitty days its may be
ordered by the Hoard, and tlie Interest! on the warrants ahull e a tiflor fin posting or jirlnt
iug of such notice; and ii any wurrant be not presented fuf payment for a period of live years
after the date of the notice calling for the same, it shall be so noted by the ticiuurei', and not
paid except uj uruui m ihu huhiu.
, Sec. !. T1(C report rep)1ied by Charter shall sot forth the ntn'ount' of inorfeya received from
taxation or otherwise, and shall specify from what bources such moneys wore received ; also
shall show thomounts p1d out ori each account during the month and the Imlnnce of
money or other property remaining in his hands at the time. The report shall also be accom
panied with u suhedulo of warrant's paid by the treasurer during the month, specifying the
number and amount of each, and flic account of which such warrants were charged, .
Seo. 6. The treasurer shall jierrlt and allow the mayor or any member of the, Hoard to
examine his books ami accounts and make siu actual -uccount'of fuiul.v Itiuiid on hand ut any
time during olllee hours tho mayor orn;0ulio!mu' ''Aey c'toow, ami td "xamlnatlr n'ay be
inado tho subject of u sjieclal report tuMip Hoan ''..'I ' ' 'f a!i sk- i t
Sou. 0. Tlio salary and full comiH-iisatiou of1 '.lit city VriwufcJnfeT f.ll s"rvices r .-rformtd
shall be $r0.U0 pgr annum payable monthly upon warrants duly draujM1' 1
, I, J. II. Jackson, Kecorder of tho City of Madras, do hereby osjtify that the above ami fore
going oidiuuiiue is a true and correct copy of the original ordinance and the whole thereof as
f hfl huinc wat jhissed by the Council of the City of Madras on tho Ui day ol April, JUIO.
Attckt: J. H. JACKtON, Kecorder HOWaUD W. Tl ItNKK Mayor
'MEALS AT ALL HOURS
WE NEVER CLOSE UP
Popular Short Order liouse
MEALS 35 CENTS AND UP
TIRST OOOR NOXTI1 OP MUT AlAUI.'Hr
MADRAS, - - OREGON
FOIlEinH EXCHAHCE BOUCHT AMD SOLD
DRAFTS OH ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
CdDltal Stock. S50.000
Dopoolta, 250,000 SHANIKO, OREGCJ
v- T&-t ifc t i u a ccr
si O' -tV -cW n&r .tV ' ,. a.
MO RGAN & HOWELL
Bedding:, Art Squares, Hups
Carpets, Linoleum, Etc.
I Tents, Wag-on Cover
s ir i
mwmwm oittKc hum
ALL NEW STUDEBAKER AUTOS
Shaniko, via Madras To Bend
The Best Accommodations For Al! Passengers
FOR RATES APPLY AT STAGE OFFICE
AT LARKIN'S HARNESS SijO
A complete line of fine hand-made ham?
saddles, hnr Us rllave A nrWmc. e'J
, - . v.vjjirii.. i irii in, vviuuv
H ' J -" w" " ' 1
uainqaa Miw nni. .
-M.mrr'ri mr.mTgy7a,'g CTTwiyeBCT:a r"1
Cbrnelf Stage &
, DEALER IN
THE RIGHT GOODS At THE RIGHT PRICES
Terms: Cash, or Its Equivalent
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I'M 'SI I inuum t - ' ... . . irll.
rvvn .0 . ANI) UP' -SWKA F.I'ADS, -luc u-
. uk ac, AND MANY, OTIlliR IIAKCIAIM&
4b uraae, mndmexde Heavy And W
Madras Harness Shop
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