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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1910)
ADRAS And The
Clcek it vHilinR at Albany.
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muin Kridav from
iMonner w -
j'oiter hat a new 46 horse power
. .1.. ,,u in doin The Dalles.
. l.nniN nr Ptilur
.1. rniuiril has oasjed nn ordi-
taxintf near beer laloons $5 per
...:t. W C. Moore on
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rrinrned home Tuesday.
Harper, the Tveri Valley mer-
1.... line vUiiiiu' nt the
r 1 .. i....ii,.r Itniiiir H.irni?r.
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McTatfyart has gone to Spokane
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caipenter work on the Green
IS neatllllJ CUIIIUICliuii miu h
busy transformini; the yrcen to
A, II Slusser and two daughters
Tuesday evening from Centralia,
to join Mr. Slusser, who has
Madras for several weeks.
Oregon Trunk team redeemed it-
Sunday when it defeated the
baseball club with a score of 1 1
tnem 9 10 0.
W. H. Hess and her mother,
E. Catching, came in yesterday
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r.i inr .1 iimip.
. Sanfoid of Wamic was here this
inrii. inr iiiriuii.iiii. jtii.
has been snendini; a few days at
m spmigs on the reservation.
Plains ,v d sold his claim to J.
was here this week from Wamic,
of getting his thteshing outfit
Supervisor William Durham has
1 over his district the past week
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1:1 Willi wmmn nrnuiinit nn a .
main menus in rmiriiu ninrr
Kogcrs and family returned home
tiwiita uiiwn urn
a ana other vally points yesterday,
gers has bought a 30-acre ranch
oodburn and expects to remove
enoiu goods and other personal
there within a short time to
s Ihi me
rn vr - i r B
-.. hiiu mils UIIU IV1I.
-I itiumcu iiomc 1 uesuay
v" u iu uic i-oriinnu
"tival. Mr. qnd Mrs. Turner
Coose Hay while nwav. Miss
Cleek of I'nneville who accom-
t n j rl it i All 1
urveying for the platting of the
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th of town is now in progress,
Ulrrrtirui nt I?....! l r-
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These properties were sold to
' " " 111 uic nanus
Cooke and Co , who will put
the market in town lots and
Evans. I.imin..,,k .i u
-, ujii mm tiumcr
u UIIS Week and hrnmi il
lio,t combined harvester. The
W!s brought safely down the
yon road and is now at the ranch
'r'lllrlB I k I 1
W0'P' and Kmh Clark
fc ""y i nom the railroad
"'Home which their father A. P
fchased. nnd 11 1 l...
! Aldt"lyce and wife were In
-yirom their home near
Mr. Aldeidvc . 1
n " a lloiuuhmg garden. He
8 'peciman of &eed
tld over f.. .i .
' "u one lulf feet
Alderdyce says thai nutos
f "Is Place usuallv sin ,n
den .nri ' ' ,w ,uu
I""5 Kteat surprise
esul can be obtained in
ng vegetables kind,
The wool sales nt Shaniko on the 21st
nnd 2id were not satisfactory to the
growers, prices ranging from 13 to 17
The ten-round boxing match between
Ed Cuff of Madras and Lee Knorr of
L.inidiita has been postponed until Sat
urday, July 2.
Mrs. N V. Poulsen of the Agency
Plains was in town yesterday, lending a
helping hand to Mrs, G. K Moorehead,
who has sickness in the family,
Miss Susie Urogan, who has been
employed in the Central Oregon Mer
cantile Company's store, left for her home
at Antelope yerteiday, where she will
spend n few weeks visiting her parents,
after which she will leave for Portland,
where she has accepted a position.
E E Schubert, formerly of Spokane,
has bought the interest of Mr Spivens in
the restaurant business of Kennedy &
Spivens. While at Spokane Mr. Schu
beit took an active part in the fight there
111 favor of 1111 8 hour dny for working
women, which wns defeated In the Wash
ington legislature. He was identified
with the Cooks' Union in the 'Power
Madras new water wagon or street
sprinkhr was put into service Monday
morning for a short lime but it didn't
seem to leak fast enough to do any good.
The ground nt one end of the street over
which the sprinkler had passeJ would be
dry before the spiiukler could traverse
the street nnd icurii. About that time a
rain commenced falling which effectually
settled the dust. Tuetday night another
rain fell nnd there has been no need of
the sprinkler The water wagon is to be
remodeled so ill it it will let out more water.
II. Z Giiffith and N. C. Jaunsen, well
drillers, arrived in Madras the last of the
week and have formed a partnership un
der the name of the Madras Well Drill
ing Co. They h ive purchased the Love
land drilling plant and will engage in that
buiiness. At the time the purchase of
the machinery was made the drill was
sinking a well for Wm. Steinke just south
of town. The new proprietors will finish
this contract and then expect to go to
Opal Prairie to sink a well or two for
Itarber & Cockerham, on the new Culver
J. C. Robinson holds the record for
making the first trip by auto to the Cove
Orchard, on Crooked River, the feat hav
ing accomplished by him last Friday in
his 22 II. P. Hulck car. Mrs. Robinson
and Miss Minnie Monner accompanied
him. No difilctilties were encountered
either in going down the steep grade nor
in climbing out again, except that in one
or two places where large rocks are in the
center of the road, loose rocks had to be
piled on each side in order to make the
machine clear the obstruction. The grade
down the rimrock from the plain to the
level of Crooked River at The Orchard
drops at the rate of about 1000 feet in
less than a mile and there it not more
than six inches margin at many points
between the road and the precipice below.
Mr. W. R. Cate of Brownsville and
Miss Hazel Windom of Culver Were
married at the home of the brides parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Windom, Wednesday
evening, June 22, 1910. Rev. C. P.
Bailey, of Prinevill, ofliciating.
The groom is a graduate of the O. A
C. and it was while the bride was residing
at Corvallis that the romance began which
has resulted in the happy culmination.
Miss Windom has scores of friends
here who will congratulate the groom and
wish the young people along and joyous
The groom was a noted basketball
player while at the state college.
Mr., and Mis. Cate left for Portland
today. They will make their home near
Brownsville, where the groom owns a
fruit nnd dairy rau-h.
FIIUIT 10KS prvl ht Fobs'b.
I Henry Bivins
All Work on First-CIass
I YOUR - PATRONAGE SOLICITED
SERVICES AT M, E. CHURCH
Sunday school at 10 a. m.: Epworlh
League at 6:4; p, 111,
Everyone cordially invited.
Cm. R. MoOKIIKAD. Pastor.
VAN TASSBFj LAND COMPANY, MADJtAS. OREGON
NO. 3B51 .
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE, OREGON
11. F. AM.KN, rronldent.
T. M. lUi.nwiM, Cashier.
Wilt, Wumwkii.xr Vlco 1'res,
II. lUi.ritviH, Aunt. CAMhler.
WE ARE LOCAL AGENTS FOR
Capital, Hurplin mid Undivided I'rofltH
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Tiw.trvnf nil Linrta marl In nr.
der and repaired. Sellings for
Precioui Stone made.
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED $
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Located in the old BronU nhop
We buy and sell Farm
and Ranch Lands in Oregon
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Wilkes Land Co.
NEW YORK BUILDING
FA R M S
Wc arc placing on the market the W. F. HAMMER RANCH of 1080 acres
situated eight miles south of Madras. sf& It is to be sub-divided into St&-
T E N-AC RE TRACTS
and condition of the sales arc that each tract will be placed in the best order and all
SEEDED TO ALFALFA
ready to bear seed when delivered. It has been proven beyond doubt that
Alfalfa will bear seed on dry land much better than where irrigated. -vJ5r
VanTassel Land Co
Culver, Oregon, June 1, 1910
Van Tassel 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, OKEGON
Elite Tonsorial Parlors
NO LONG WAITS
FREE METHODIST SERVICES
Services will he held at the Eree Meth
odist Church the 1st and 3rd Sundays of
All are invited. A. S. Wright, Pastor
HOMBsTBAD. Notice for Publica
tion. DpHrtment of the Interior.
(1. S. Lnml OfllnH at The DttlleH, Ore
gon, May 25, 1910.
Notice Ih hreliy plvn Mist
WILLIAM J. HAD LEY,
of Ma Iran, On-jron, who, on July
fl, 1907, mado Homestead Srlnl No
04 1 67 J No. 15637, for wiiei, wjsf-i
sen 19. to 10 s, r 13 e, w m,
Iihh filed notice of Intention to rrmke
final five-year proof, to pptHhlitih
cl.iim to (be land aliove deHoribed, be
fore Howard W. Turner. U. S. ComnilH
Bloner, at his oflloe nt Madraa, Oregon,
on the Mb day of July, 1910.
Claimant narneH uh wltneHHe:
CIhpmich WuMh, V F Sberrod, B S
Clover, Charles T McCall, all of Mad
C. W. MoortE,
In all lines is constantly arriving. We call special
attention at this time to our
f Bedding Department
X LOUCKS BROTHERS
jWeCargap, Bates & Liively
Wo handle Central Oregon prorerty, and are mak
ing a specialty of CROOK COUNTY LANDS. If you
have something to sen, wrue us,
MAX LUEDDElMANN, Manaeer
REAL ESTATE DEIT.
318 Failing Building
I AUTO SUPPLIES
Tires of All Kinds
Oils and Gasoline
NEW MADRAS GARAG
J. C. ROBINSON, PROP.
Tin, Granite and Copper Repairing
AT LARKIN'S HARNESS SHOP
FINE LINE HARNESS ON HAND
Tents, Wagon Covers,
wood zstzd izRousr
The best equipped shop in Central Oregon
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN EMPLOYED
HOFSESHOEING A. SPECIALTY 5
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If you wish to sell, list you property with us
' e represent capital interested in your section
e have immediate purchasers
fe will pnrcligse for onrselyes
e own and operate two large 60-liorse-powcr
automobiles iu onr business
SEE OR WRITE US TODAY
Epping-Brydle Land Co.
FRUIT AND AGRICULTURAL LANDS IN OREGON
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