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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1910)
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falherliorleOftman on Agency Plains.,
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pool hall and lobajccry,
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ii. ni tvi iin mc riiiirif i
buying lupplies'jhe lastt
n,tl r.m. Rnnkiti. Han
Mayce have anc tn.inc
the rrseiv;itioii for a few
it . t. A J A.-
tVTL .lLIIIKIllUlli 1IIW
iv .ii ii Mil u. i a UiiL. n iitni
Grass Valley, where lie
manager of (he Pioneer
was here fioin 1'iineville
.!-. tl . .1
niaaras uusiness nouses
i i l -I ii
ii hiiii 111 nun ir-iiiim iiiivr
the Osbnrn cottage on
cir new rE&uiEnrR in up
F. Kice and family
house vacated by Mr.
returned from Seattle last'
Uiiuicu uv niri. uisnn
tn. i ucy win icjiuc in
tote, of which Mr. Olson
j.u uuii ui iiinurai
DS0I1 III H.1lfrr I llw - of
v.i, inn nvciy piCIUIll-
mg haj commenced (be
store building on Main
of the Shamrock soft
understood that the loca
d to a Mr. A blitz, of The
I put in a stock of dry-
iveu this morning at the
m Howard V. Turner
"-u, nc Mates wiai.iiC;
start from Portland
uay trip to Coos Hay
Couch and Charley
n tons of ice from the
ice hlmsc here for par
The cost of die ice at
D6r Inn .irt.l i u r.t
l -f .. ..nil me 1 1 C j. m
Eloper ton. makinc
26 P ton at Madras.
nd lamlly who resided
and made nroof on a
I years aim
of the week to again
e mncn. Mr.,
y ''-en employed as tel.
i ninmi r . . .
"'"i irom wiitch
e in m...i
- .w i..ii;.
urner aiwl ...Ir-
lie Rose Keitiv!.! a.
"Iber nnihi. n.v
. mi uir
le't Madras m the big
S."e Co'"P-nyv which.
,0Ur named, MMsr,.
y'c (1 two other Irav
of Madras i ,
ad the nattv
reminder of ,hc triD
e Tlc plan was m
VMlobut tl i
Plan' Mr. Turner .id
aw,y "mill aboi,, ,le
j'ajl next Wednesday evening June 15,
for the benefit of the Madras baseball club
Everyone; irivhe'd Cj 1 j j
lames Cnribnn. formerly employed at
the Huttcn bl ickMiutb shop in Sbanikn,,
IjrtfBc slmefiy n.tlc( ) h6(v'e7ir)loyed,
in bray & Soh,-sbo'p.i (; ' '
ent pnMtlpn with the Cornell Stage nnd
Stable -Covfti-third agent nt Madras, and
is now in charge of the local office.
A. Segul is expected home soon from
rt ten diiy tup to Spokane where he visit
ed bis inoiher. lie returned by way of
I'onlalid to see some of the Kose Show
'festlvi'tcs. t i ' .
James Mnddron ik building a new black
rniTh" shop' near Stantnns livery
bam nud will open the same in a few days
for general ' bl.fcksmiihiiig and horseihoe-
A second-story porch has been con-
stiucteda5rpss;tie f;on. o-the Central'
Oregon Mercannle's company store build"
tug, inakirig it tn'arkrd improvement in the
uppfiiiuDCe of- ohi tCStjiblnliBiefits x
' j V, Hones who lives on the Ed Kut
fcter'pKte eas"t oTf MdErsOsrt? towrTto-
(Uy. lie. says tbe,ranchers.in bis neieh
burhoixl nr'e making war on the injurious
weeds in the lields theic at present.
issac Hi'incr, a railrnad laborer, aged
about 50 J c'n's died in tli.i dty last Sat
urday June 4th, from putrid bronchitis
and pulmonary ailments. The remains
were buried in Madras Cemetery Sunday
Mrs. Biijy -Hnnnon -and little sons,
Huston and Wallace, accompained by,
her brother Ray I, Jackson, left yesterday
morning for The Dalles -where tTiey will
.spend a week orjio visiting .friends and
LoveUnd's ..drilling outfit this, week
sunk a well on 1). W. Harnett's new res
idence property on south Main street.
The drill went down 71 feet, when a
stiong flow was struck and the water
raised 40 feet deep in the well.
Roth E.Clark who for the past three
weeks has been laid up with a sprained
ankle caused by a horse throwing itself
which he had been breaking to nde, was
in town this morning, it being the first
time lie has been out since he was huit
Mayor H. W. Turner writes, from
Portland tnai he has been looking over
suitable fire figliiing apparatus for the
present needs of Mndris. , One chemical
extinguisher which seerns to him to meet
the requirements here could' be purchased
a City Marshal Culp has had n dog house
built lor the impounding of stray dogs;
h'n away, down on "yan" side of the
Madras Addition next to Willow Creek.
Defter pay your dog tax now, or the
marshal wiH get him. The marshal is re
(uired to keep stray dogs 48 hours before
A baseball game between teams from
the Oregon Trunk Line forces -and the
Aradrastjub is announced for next Sun
day afternoon on the local diamond. The
Pioneer has been announcing games that
do not-mateiialue-so much' lately that we
do not guarentec this game to come off,
although that is the plan nuw.
Claude C. Covey', superintendent of the.
Warmspring Indian Reservation, arrived
home Trout an official 'trip to Washing
ton, D. C , yesterday. He was met at
Madras by L)r. Ci-J . Lallln, the agency
physician. Mr. Covey's visit to lhe'head
office ol the Hurcau of Indian Affairs
was in connection with a grievance which
the Indians desireJ to lay before the
Department regarding the repeated en
cioachments upon the Indian reserve by
contracting the boundaries from time-to
time.- He was accompained by several
of the most influential Indians on the
SERVICES AT M. E. CHURCH
Sunday school at 10 a, m.j lipwortb
League at 6:4$ p. in.
Everyone cordially Invited.
' ' (I. U. Mookhkad, Pastor.
UKUK ' mi no im h j
General Drayage !
Leave orders nt .1. K. WIIhoii'h
liurncBH flliop or poHtoflicc.
hi E. Parker
VAN TASSKIi LAND qOM PAN V, MADRAS. OREGON
WE ARE LOCAL AGENTS FOR
Parties who borrowetl earpenter toola
from, mo uro requea'tcd to' return them
... ..'. , - r ... '.
I need them.
STRAYS; TA KEN' UP Two black po
nlcH,. weight about 000 lbi. each, ntnr
in forelieiid, roaohetl mnne; branded
G on sliottlder and as on stiflo ; other
branded P on, hip, (K with WP ho
low. Oamo to my placo about threo
weeku ago, 10 iiiIIoh north of Mndrnr,
Owner can reeover Banie by paying
expense of care mil ndvortlBltiff. II.
It. DAVIS, Madrii. ' J0-4t.p
FOR HALK-Gomploto tlirraliint ontQt
UlP EiJ JCutchor ranch, Call nt tho
ranch,' ' j9nl
: A. E. PETERSON I
SHANIKO, OKUaON I
t j T
Jewelry of all kindunade to.ot-. -
der and repaired. Settingi for
Prcdoui-Slorve made.. p
FinST-CLASS WORK CUARANTEED
First-Class Wort Guaranteed
Locutal in the old Jirtmh shop
We are placing on the market the W. F. HAMMER RANCH of 1080 acres
situated eight miles south of Madras. .It is to be sub-divided .into
TEN ACRE TRACTS""
and condition of the sales are that each tract will be placed in the best order and all
SEEDED TO ALFALFA
ready to bear seed when delivered. S It has been proven beyond doubt that
Alfalfa will bear seed on dry land much better than where irrigated. sj!t
VanTassel Land Co
Culver, Oregon, June 1, 1910
VanTassel Land Company, Madras, Oregon,
Gentlemen: In reply to your favor of recent date, I can only give you my experience and opinion.
I have grown alfalfa on my farm near Culver 16 years without irrigation or reseeding. The yield per acre
has been from 3 to 3) tons. For the past five years I have cultivated heavily in the spring with a disc har
row, under which treatment the stand is improving. I have no doubt but that the same may be profitably
grown as a seed crop if planted in drill rows and cultivated. Yours very truly, G. SPRINGER.
On my dryer ground where I cut only once I frequently have a fine quality and good yield of seed, but I
have never grown seed for the market. G. S.
VAN TASSEL LAND COMPANY, MADRAS, OREGON
! VlGCafpgar, Bates & hhely g
! REAL ESTATE
Wo handlo Central Oregon prorerty, and are mak
ing a specialty of CROOK COUNTY LANDS. you
have something to sell, write us,
,mv innnnGMAMM .. 318 Failing Building
MAX LUEDDEMANN, Alanairer rr
RUAU E STATU DEPT. PORTLAND, OREGON
Tents, Wagon Covers,
AT LARKIN'S HARNESS SHOP
A complete line of fine han-made harness
saddles, bridles, collars, pads, whips, etc.
LOUOKS BROTHERS t
In all linos is constantly arriving. We call special
attention at this time to our
wood .nsrxD iiRonsr
The best equipped shop in Central Oregon
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN EMPLOYED
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
GRAY & SON
If you wish to sell, list you property with us
i represent capital interested in your section
e haya immediate purchasers
i will pnrchgsB for onrselyes
i own and operate two large 60-horsc-power
EAST SIDE MAIN STREET
antonioMles in onr husiuess
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FRUIT AND AGRICULTURAL LANDS IN OREGON
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