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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1910)
MADRAS, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. JUNE 2 ,1910.
JVtfl 1 9 &SALE
HOOD & STANTON
'our Orders Prompt Attention
'ransient Stockjiiven est .ut reed And uare
an Hi i no-
Madras State Bank
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Money transmitted to all parts of United States and Canada
J. M. Conklin, Preidtnt nd Gen. MnV i C, E. Rouih, Vice-President
DIIlEtTOKB C. K. Itouih, M. VuU, J. 0. Iloljlnwin, Kola. Kcs, J, M. Conklin
lie California Wine Co.
Announces the opening In Bhnnlko of a mall order .
house, wlilcli handles nothing but bonded Illinois and high grade
California wlnt'H nt tlio minio prices charged by cty wholesalers.,
The linn maintains no Imr and does no rctnll biMlnwii further thnn
to give Its mall order customers a guaranteed scrvicu of quality and
promptness. Give ns a trial and be convinced.
A FEW SPECIALS
BARGAIN No. 1
Ine quart bottle California Urnndy,
or 6-year-old whisky
Ine quart buttle Port Wlnu
no rjnnrt bottle Sherry Wlno
ne quart bottle .Muscatel Wlnu
All For $2.50
BARGAIN No. 2
Sherry Wine, SI.W a gallon,
Muscatel Wlnu, 82 a gallon,
A 5-year-old Bourbon, Whis
ky, S3 a gallon
All For $6.00
FINE OLD PORT WINE, $1.50 A GAL.
lit orders given prompt and close attention.
ods sealed and packed in good condition.
len you are in Shaniko,
look for the barrel in front.
JOSEPH W. RICE .
Money to Ixiau on Farms
0 C. COLLVEB
Justico of the Poaoo
Howard w. turner
U. S. COMMISSIONER
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Ofllce In Drue Store.
J, H. HANER
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Burcty Bond
Real Estate, Conveyancing
Expert Experienced Reuistcred
Pharmacists to till your Prescriptions
The soap with a sentiment
Violet, Carnation, Heliotrope,
Rose, Clematis, Lilac
10c per Cake
25c per Box
Watch our specials. Tuey
will nave you money.
Oregon Mercantile Company
SUCCESSOR TO J. C. & M. A. ROBINSON
Butter 65c roll, Eggs 30c Dozen, in Trade
We can supply you with everything in the way of building materials, builders's hardware, tools,
poor and window fittings, building paper, tacks, nails, etc. We save you money on every item
Headquarters for Fishing
Tackle and Sporting Goods
OF ALL VARIETIESIN PACKETS
OR BY THE POUND
There is no chane to make
a mistake when you buy
one of these old reliable
wagons. They have stood
the test of years.
NEXT MEETING ON MAY 6
Gonoral Public Invited to Como Out
And Help Committees With
Arrangements for getting Madras'
Fourth of July celebration under way
took definite form at the meeting held
Monday evening. A number of busi
ness men and citizens met at VanTas
sel's land office, elected officers, ap
pointed committees and discussed ways
and means for making the day one to
A. C. Sanford was called to the chair
and H. W. Turner chosen temporary
secretary. A. C. Sanford was selected
permanent chairman for the celebra
tion and C. A. Riddle secretary. The
chair then proceeded to name the fol
lowing committees to arrange the dif
Committee on Arrangements C. E.
Roush, chairman; L. P. Rice and Perry
Wible. This is to bs the general sup
ervisory committee over all commit
tees. The subsidiary committees are
to prepare the details of the matters
properly coming under their depart
ments and make report to this head
committee, which is to have the power
of naming the time, place and manner
of putting them on the day's program
and welding the whole into a big celebration.
Committee on Sports Ralph Sharp,
chairman; E. W. Cates and M. C. Ma
son. This committee is to arrange for
baseball games, races, rock drilling
Committee on Music C. A. Riddle,
chairman; Mrs. W. H. Snook, Dr. T.
A. Long, Mrs. Giliis Dizney.
Committee on Finance T. B. Tucker,
chairman; Ralph Sharp and A. W.
Uulp. Over S300 has already been sub
scribed. This committee is to complete
the canvass for donations, and will also
have in hand the matter of giving a
grand ball in the evening. This will
also be the auditing committee. All
bills for the celebration are to be
handed to the Secretary, who will put
them in the hands of the finance com
mittee to be audited and approved, and
everything is to be paid by an order on
D. W. Barnett was appointed treas
I have a new and com
plete stock of latest milli
nery and ladies' furnishings
PARLOR LOCATED AT CLARK
2 Mrs. L. E. Akeyson
TABLE BOARD ONLY
Will Be Opened May 10, 1010,
Kunmiil Dnor Kltt nf Mutli.
uuUt Knlsoopal Church. $
Mrs. Frankie Barnett
Committee on Grounds- Urn VanTml
hoI, chairman; F. M. Loveland and W.
Committee on Parade G. V. Stan
ton, chairman; W. 0. Rust and Louis
Committee on Decorations Mrs. J.
E.. Loveall, chairman; Mrs. T. B. Tuck
er, Mrs. L. F. Rice, Mrs. A. C. San
ford, Mrs. T. A. Long, Mrs. G. V.
Stanton," Mrs. F. M. Loveland, Mrs.
Committee on Advertising and Print
ing W. H. Hess, chairman; S, D. Per
cival and A. W. Freeburg.
Committee on Fireworks L. F. Rice.
Mr. Rice was appointed sole member
of this committee in order that the dis
tribution of fireworks could be prop
erly controlled. There is a strict city
ordinance regarding fireworks within
the incorporation and Mr. Rice will
ship in the supply for the celebration
committee and they will be fired from
the rimrocks west of town or from
some other safe place.
The committees are all to get busy
at once and report at a general meet
ing to be held at the Sanford hall next
Monday evening, June 6, at 8 oclock.
This is to be ah open meeting and the
general public is invited to attend and
offer any suggestions for the celebra
tion which they may desire the com
mittee to incorporate in the program.
The Farmers' Union Warehouse com
pany is planning to i.uild a big ware
house in Madras right away. Work
will be commenced as soon as the Ore
gon Trunk Railway company designates
ttie location ou their depot grounds
here, which action will tie taken within
the next week or ten days.
The warehouse will be 40x100 feet and
will be roofed and sided with corru
gated iron. It will have a capacity for
storing about 45,000 bushels of grain
and will be equipped with a large truck
scale and other modem conveniences
for handling grain. The estimated cost
of the warehouse is about $2500.
The warehouse company filed incor
poration papers about six weeks ago,
and the stockholders are, members of
the local branch of the Farmer,' Co-operative
and Educational Union, which
has a strong organization here. While
the shipping of grain will be the main
business of the warehouse company,
their incorporation articles authorize
them to conduct a general warehouse
STATE DIPLOMA FOR
ALFALFA SEED EXHIBIT
G. Springer the other day received a
state diploma from the cuuimitte on
iiwurda at the Billings Dry Fanning
Congress fur the best exhibit from Ore
gnu of alfalfa seed. The samples which
Mr. 9iriner displayed at the exhibi
tion vere grown in the Madras. Culver
and Prineville sections. The idea ot
growiug alfalfa for seed is one that is
attracting considerable attention among
the farmers of this county at present
and all of the attempts along this line
have reeulted very successfully. It ap
pears to be a resource of value that only
awaits demonstration to be one of great
RALLY JUNE 14
The Farmers' Co-operative and Edu
cational Union of Madras will hold a
big rally on Tuesday, June 14, at which
time Mate President F. A. Sikes will be
heie to make an address and discuss
witli the farmers the good of the or
der. Morning and afternoon sessions
are being arranged for and a big basket
dinner willbe spread at the noun hour.
The present oliienrs of the Madras or
ganizatiun are: J. 11. Homey, presi
dent; J. C. Bothiiian, vice-president,
and G. R. Moorhead, secretary-liens-urer.
FOR A LIVE
to Be Revived
DO EFFECTIVE BOOSTING
Meeting In Sanford's Hall Tomorrow
(Friday) Night Plenty of Work
Madras Commercial Club is to be "re
vived and put on an active working
basis, to join forces with all the other
commercial organizations in Central
Oregon and help boost for the develop
ment of the country. President A. C.
Sanford of the Board of Trade, the
name under which the Madras business
men have been united heretofore to
work along these lines, has called a
mass meeting of the citizens for Fri
day evening, June 3, in Sanford hall at
8 o'clock, at which every man in town
is urged to be present. Plans- for a
larger and more efficient booster club
are to be discussed and the intention is
to get the organization in shape to take
up many matters that will be of great
benefit to the town and the surround
WE WANT garden truck and ranch
produce, and puy well. Deschutes
Warren Brown, county clerk, was down
from the county seat Sunday and Mon
D. F. Stewart and W. A. Booth were
here from Prineville the first of the week
looking after business matters. They
made a trip to lower Crooked River Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilhur of Union,
Oregon, are making a tour of Central
Oregon and were in Madras during the
past week. Mr. Wllbnr is specially inter
ested in looking for a future location for
the establishment of a woolen mill.
" William F. Eisenbeis, district manager
of ihe Continental Wireless Telephone
& Telegraph Company, with headquarters
n Portland, is in Madras looking over
the territory for his company with a view
to the establishment of future wireless
stations in the interior, and incidentally
selling stock in the concern. Mr. Eisen
beis is a son in law of V illiam Durham
and is his guest while here,
Thomas Standifer was over from the
B. S & L. ranch at Hay creek Monday
looking tor men to work in the hay har
vest. Mr. Standifer is a relative of the
people who puichased the Haycreek
ranch and is now assisting with the office
business there. The new company has
taken charge of the ranch, excepting the
sheep. E. J. Brock, who was formerly
connected with the ranch, is now foreman
tn charge for the new company.
B. O Snufler, general agent 'for the
Bankers' Reserve Lite insurance company,
B. Preston, maor of the town of Myrtle
Creek, Oregon, and B J. Howland. a
banker trom the la trr place, were in
Madras during the week enroute on a
tour of the Central Qiegon counties.
Mr. Snuffer was looking after business
for his company and the two other gen
tlemen were seeking investment opportu
nities and taking a look at the newly de
HAY HANDS WANTED
At B. S. & L. ranch at Haycreek at
once. Apply to E J UrockB, foreman.
Standard wages paid and good accom
J T. 8. Hamilton, Pres. E. H. Fuhncic, Vlce-Pres. J.O. Fowlik, Cshr.
OREGON DdlllVl.lg UU.
FOREIGN EXCHANCE BOUGHT AND SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
i 5 ?;i
Capital Stock, $90,000