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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1910)
Horses that are used exclusively on
the farm and do no road work should
A fattening animal should never bavo
more food placed beforo it than It will
eat up eagerly.
If you keep your hogs In a pen all
the time don't expect to make any
world astonishing proflts. The hog is
If dusty hay Is fed sprinkle with
water and It will Bave the horse much
annoyance. Better still, don't feed It
at all If you can help It
If corn Is scarce sheep will bent hogs
on pasture, provided they get plenty
of corn, but when the hogs get plenty
of corn they will range pretty well
Experiments show that many tons of
valuable hog go with the peanut crop
and that after the peanuts have been
gathered hogs can be turned in on the
ground and fattened for market or.
what is left of the crop without othei
How fond hogs are of mllo maize is
demonstrated by the fact that If a
drove of hogs Is turned on a fleld plant
ed.in Indian corn. Kaffir corn and mllo
they will devour the entire mllo crop
before touching either of the other
Jack Anderson, an 'Indlnn who wna
about 75 years old and who in former
years was quite wealthy, committed
suicide at the Tim Evans ranch, south
east of the city, Saturday. The cop
percolored man had an argument with
)ils daughter and her husband, the
three being engaged in digging pota
toes (or Mr. Evans. The trouble arose
over money matters. Following th
altercation, Anderson went to the
house and borrowed a 22 caliber rifle,
telling Mrs Evans that he was going
.hunting. InBtead, he picked out a se
cluded place, tied a string to the trigger
of the firearm, rolled himself up nicely
ia hi a blanket, lay down on the grounti
and placing the end of the barrel
against his forehead, pulled the trig
ger. Deputy Coroner Eastwood, who
In veftl gated ths case, says that the
shot caused Instant death and that the
Indian never moved after the discharge
of the rifle, which was still tightly
grasped by the dead man when found.
The body was taken to Warm Springs
for burial. The Dalles Chronicle.
Notice for Publication.
pality, aud filing tho simo with tho
City Recorder not less llinn flvn iluvo
nrlnr tn n. nu.. ti. ,..n Department of tho Interior, IT, S. I.And onico
. n.iuua, v.kjr '-"-ui urn, Biuiii t The Dalies. OrcKon, Octobers, 1010. Notice
enuuo mm to Have Ms name placod on " "eroo 8,vKVf,VHM n w utk
ttie Utllcinl Ballot for said election. otUmonta, Oregon, Who on April 17, 190.'),
.... .... . . nxnw Homestead No. 14373, Serial No. ami. wr
SCO. 4 Notice Shall be nlvnn nf tlin SttV.swU. Spp. 1 ami see. 2. M 13 s.
hotdlngof the annual City Elocllon at llaanicVnotlco of Intention to make final Ave
least fifteen MBi ilnva nrlnr tn itln .Into Jp" proof, to establish claim to tup land
. , , ,, above described, beforo warren Brown, County
uierie, at ins onice. at rrincvuio, uregon, on
inu .'isi uny oi novemuor, iiu.
Claimant nnmiM n wllnpssns! Lnronzo M
Thomas, Jotcph P. Wclgand, Clarence. Cox,
KUgar u, walto, all of Lamonta, Oregon.
ois nl7 a W. MOORE, Hegliter,
or Holding such annual Election, tho
said notice to be published In a news
paper within thu municipality, or by
posting Ihree notices, iu at least throe
public places within tho limits of the
Sec. 5 On the morning of opening of
Notice For Publication.
Is hereby given that
thn nnllo nf nn tn,!A -..t ii- Department of the Interior, U. 8. I.ana
mo pnnsatany election provided for office at The Dalles, Oregon. 6rtober 22nd,
in lite Statute, the Tternnlnr nln.1l ,in. wu. notice
liver to the duly appointed Judges of
said election or anv one of them :
1. Two blank ballots for pnoh vnin
of Madras, Oregon, who, on July 6tti, IfOS,
made Homestead No. 1I1S9. Serial No.
036.M, for aUmrU, aud the nlrtwu sec 20
ip 11 s, r 13 e, w m,
ItAufWml itnfliwi n t tutntitfnfi trt mftV'ft flflAl
cast at the next prececdlnsr niunlelnul five-year proof, to establish claim to the land
Alpntinn , "w.j-.v vo ..wyv., uviwv "'"'I
An Ordinance entitled: An Ordi
nance to regulate municipal elections.
The City of Madras does ordain as
Sec. 1 At the ijext regular meeting
proceeding any City Election, the Coun
cil, shall appoint three judges and two
clerks, and perform such other duties
as -prescribed in chapter 2, section 2698
of the statute.
8ec. 2 The Recorder shall make out
and deliver to the Marshal, immedi
ately after the appointment of such
judges and clerks, a notice thereof in
writing, directed to each judge and
clerk so appointed ; and three notices
of said election, stating where it is to
be held and the officers to be eleqted ;
and It shall be the duty of the mar
shal to forthwith post said notices in
three public places in said city, and tp
forthwith serve such notices upon such
judges and. clerks.
8jc. 3 The candidates may be se
lected at "Public Mass Meetings" at
any time not less than tec (10) days
previous to the day of holding the an
nual city election. However, any can
didates not duly nominated at "Public
Mass Meetings" may, by circulating a
petition and securing thereon the sig
natures of not less than three (3) per
cent of the legal voters of the munici-
2. - A ballot box,
3. Two poll book.
4. Twq talley sheets.
Tl... l.f. f , l ...
hid uHimia mi iuriusneu snail ue in
a scaled package marked on the out
aide "Ballots," wl.ii-h package shall
not be opened until the commencement
of said election. The iudee. or Indira
receiving such supplies ahalt sign a re
ceipt therefor and deliver the same to
the Recorder at tho time of the de
ivery of such supplies.
see. 0 All annual municipal elpc-
t'ons shall commence ntl o'clock P M.
and bhall continue until 7 o'clock P: M.
of the anniij day wtlhout closing tho
heo. 7 ft shall b the dutv tf the
City Marshal, under the direction and
control of the City Council, a sufficient
lime and not less than ono day boforn
every rnunli ipal election, to secure and
take possession of the place designated
by the Council as the polling plaae in
said election, and to cause the fame to
be suitably provided with all the ap
purtenarces required for holding the
election in accordance with the provl
ions of this ordinance.
Sec. 8-TheCounoll shall furnish all
blanks and supplies to ho used by the
Judges and Clerk of Election for the
pnrpose of holdlr.g such election, aud
the Ju lges nud Clerks of Election
must make their teturns to the City
Recorder within two days after such
election and when the returns are all
In, the Recorder ahull call to his assist,
ance the Mayor and the President of
the Council and they with the Re
corder shull constitute a Cauvasslng
Board, who shall canvass the returns
of the election, at.d a written statement
of the canvass shall he made and
filed with the Recorder which must
contain a statement of the v.hole
of the whole number of votes cast at
such election, aud the number given for
any person for any ofllce, and the
nan.e of the persons elected and for
Sec. 9 Immediately after the com
pletion of the canvass and upon the re
stilt being certified, the Recorder must
make and sign a certificate of election
for each per&on thereby declared to be
elected and deliver the same to him
Sec. 10 The C uncil shall be the
judge of the election and qualification
of the Mayor and its own members, and
in case of a contest between two per
sons claiming lo be elected thereto,
must determine the same, subject to
the right of appeal to any court of com
petent jurisdiction, and a contest of
said election for any other ofllce must
be determined according to the law of
the State regulating proceedings of con
tested elections forcouu'y officers.
Passed by the Common Council of the
City of Madras, this 10th day of No
vember, A. D 1910.
U. 9. Commissioner at hls'olttce at Madras.
Oregon, on the. 10th day of November. 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: KlnaStras
ser. Ilarliev Jummlnes. William Thellman,
Samuel Keiehen, all of Madras. Oreeou.
o .T-nsi c. W. Muuitc., ueguter.
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior, U. 3; Land Olllce
at The Dalles, Oregon, October. 29, 1910. Nu
tlce Is hereby given that
MARSHALL E. GREKN,
of Madras, Oregon, who on May 10, 1909, made
Homestead No. 01SI9. for awjne!, nHse!
and iieJuswJi sec 20, tp 11 s, r 13 6, w in, Has
nicu nonce oi inte n on io innce nai commu-
n,l,.t .......if ... n.i.l.lt.l. nl.fin tr t h it
miii'ii iiiuvi, , v. v.inuii.ii vim... ..i.
land Ikvo described, belore Howard W. Tnr
ncr.U. 8. Commissioner, at his olllce at Mad
ras, Oregon, on I lie tit n day oi December, lsiu,
Claimant names as witnesses: Charles Mo
Elroy. Morgan (i Irwfti, Chester F. Kousli, W II
llam K Cool, all of Madras, Oregon.
n3 dl C. W. I.IOOKE, Register.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
OiUve In Drug Store.
Ora van tassel
J H. HANER
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES
Flro Insurance. Life Iunurancc, Surety Bond
Heal Eitatc, couveyauauiK
0, C. GOLLVER
Justice, of tho Poaoa
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior. U. P. Land Olllce
at The Dalles, Oregon, October , 191'), Notice
la hereby given that
of Haycreek, Oregon, who on August 3. 1909,
maue iiouieiieau ,u. oaixs, lor wuws,se:
liu-L: mv. H..I.-; 13 ft. HI n. r 14 i ic in.
tins tiled notice of Intention to make final
commutation nrnof. 10 establish claim lir th
lanu above uescriLieu. beiore nowaru . i ur
ner, U. 3. Commissioner, at his olllce at
Madras Orettou. on the 14th day of Novemb1
Claimant name? a witnesses : llllam Co,
burn, of Youngs, Oregon, K. !' Taylor. Hay
creel., Oregon, lugram ilarraKon, nay creek
Oregon, Lewis V. Foss, of Madras. Oregon.
C. W. MOORE,
Notice for Publication.
Deoartment of the Interior. O. R. Land ofllce
t iie uaues. uregon. uciouer t; iyiu. owce
CHARLES W- E. FOOTF.
of Madras. Oregon, who on October With 1905
and auuiuonai, I'ecemocr, iziu. i'.m, maue
Homestead, ho. 1 itco Serial No. 01995, lor sw
se)i. seswl4, and e.aeVi, sec 31, tn 10 s, r :: n.
Has filed notice of Intention to make final fiv
year ppoof, to establish claim lo the land
above described, before Howard W.Turner,
1.8. Commissioner, at his olllce. nt Madras,
Oregon, on the 14th day ot November, 1910.
Claimant names as'wltnessps: F. M. Mc'
Cllntlc, w. n. .McNemar, l.. route, O. it. ura
nam, an oi Miuiras, uregon.
C, W. MOORE.
Notice For Publication
Department sf the Interior. V. 3 Land
Ofllce at The Dalles, Oregon, October 2", 1910
Notice ih hereby given mat
EMMA E. McLEAN.
formerly Emma E. Fleck.
of Madras, Oregon, who, on April '21, 1905
anu auuiuonai on August sj. iwo,
made Homestead Nos. 14394. 1M1I. Serial Nos
03561. 039S.S, for wMseJsecO and nUneJ ec
ti iu a, r ii e. w in
lias filed notice of Intention to make final
five-year proof, to establish claim to the
laud above described, before Howard W
Turner, U. S. Commissioner, at his olllce at
Madras, Oregon, on the Cth day ot Decern
oer, is io.
Claimant names as witnesses: Fred
Fisher. U LauKhlln. David Travis. James
Meek, all or Madras, uregon.
U3-U1 u. w. nuoiu, iiegisicr,
J. II. JACKSON
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office
at The Dalles, Oregon, October 28, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that
HARRY T. 1'ITZER,
of flAycreek, Oregon, who, on December 6,
1907, made homestead, No. 16.111, Serial No,
01209, for swjnej', wjsej sec 3 and nwuej
se 10, tp 12 s. r 15 o, M,
lias filed notice of Intention lo make final
commutation proof, to establUh claim to tbu
land above described, before Wurren drown,
County Clerk, at his office at 1'rlnevllle, Ore
gon, on the 13th day of December, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: Anton Fogle,
Mansel WheeJer, of drizzly, Oregon; Ralph
Moore, William M Joslln, of Haycreek, Oregon.
n3 ds C. W. MOORE, Register.
Of the personal property of David
Lindsay, deceased, at his ranch
7 miles east of Madras, consisting
of the following articles:
3 work horses
1 sulkey plow
1 3 in. wagon and bed
1 set work harness
Other small articles
TERMS : CASH!
For Information inquire of
ROY M. NEWELL, Administrator
Notice For Publication.
Depirtraent of the Interior. U. B.
Land Olllce at Tlie Dallefl, Oregon, Oc
tober 17 1910. Notice in hereby given
of Youngs, Oregon, who on October 9th
lUOi, mio llouiewteuu, ro. 14731 ae
rial, No. 03721, for nisei, Sec. 20 nnd
iiIhm'I, Sec. 21, 1 9 p, r H e. w. m.
Iiuh lii cd notice of iutentioti to make
tinal nveyear proof to HtubliHh claim
to tlie laud described, beforo Howard
VV. Turner, U. d. Commissioner, at his
office, At Madras, Oregon, on the 30th
day of November, 1910.
Claimant nameH as witnesses: Alex
Splcer, Fred Fisher. J. O. Allen and I'.
N. Vibbert all of Youngs, Oregon.
o20u2l O. W. MOORE, Register
Noiice For Publication.
Dearlment of the Intcilor, U. S.
Land Ofllce at Tlie Pallec, Oregon, 0c-
tober 17, 1910. Notlco U hereby given
OLIVE M. BLAIR.
of Youngs, Oregon, who, on A pi 11 22,
1909. mude hoineuteud. No. 01792. for
BeKuwK. flwlneJ und njsei 8Cit21,ti
9 s, r M e, w in, Iiuh tiled noti- e of in
tention to make tinal cominu'atioii
proof, to establish claim to the land
above above described, before How
ard W. Turner, U.S. Commissioner, at
his ofllce at Madras, Oregon, on the
30 thday of November, 1910.
Claimant names as witncfses: Alex
Hnicer. Fred Fisher. J O Allen. I N
vibbert, all o Youiiub, Oregon.
John T. Ross D. L. Wylde B. r. W )Me
CROOK COUNTY ACSTACT CO,
Couinleto tract index t' all land nnd
town lots In Crook county. Abstracts
Hindu nccurntaly on short notice.
Howard v. turner
U. S. COMMISSIONER
0t W. BARNETT
Collections a Specialty.
For Good Farms
City Property and
SEE D. W. BARNETT
OFFICE .MAIX STREET, MADRAS, 0RF.00N
A. C. 8ANF0RD, ACENT
All Records, both two nnd
four mlnuto, kept always on
hand. All tho new and latent
records received each month
Also local nKent for DeiKit Addition
to .Madras nnd the new town of Meto
bus. Trices Right.
PresMent William II. Tnlt
Meel'resl.lepi J tunc H, Sherinnn
Secretary nf Hinte I'liilaiulcr O. Knox
Secretary of Treamry . ..Franklin .MacVeaili
secretary of Interior I'., a. lialllnge
Secretary of n ar J. M. Dlcklniton
Secretary of .Navy Uco von L Meyer
acereiary oi commerce Cliarlea Nattfl
rostmantcr Oeneral Frank II. Hitchcock
Attorney General Geo. W, Wlekersham
Secretary of Agriculture. Jaine.i Wllnon
uovernor f, W. Iicmon
Secratary of State.,
Treasurer 0 A Blee
Attorney General a M Crawford
Supt. Puhllc Instruction J H Ackorman
Qn,n J . I ..... ... . .
u""u "" y a uunniway
Ualry auJ Fool Dointnluloner J W liallcy
I Geo, K.
W C Hawluv
W H Ellis
f Will R KIiik
Supreme Judges ) t a Mclirlde
John H Lewis State Eniflneer
8EVENTH JUDICIAL DISTniOT
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I'rusccutliiK Attorney Fred W. WIlsoflM
JuKO H.C. Kill
Clerlc Warren Drown
SI"-'rl" Frank KlkliiN
Treasurer vy p Kin
Atawor j i) UFolloii
Bdiool .superintendent R. a Ford
Surveyor K, A, Rice
Coroner J, A. McCall
CoiniuIsilontT I James Rico
I n II Hayley
CITY OF MADRAS
Mayor Howard W.Turner
i H. K. Gray
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Jlarflial Frank M Ijvi.1m,.,i
for samples of our "Diamond
arm and Field Seeds,
Grasses, Clovers. Vetches.
Alfalfa and Grains fnr
"We have Special Mixtures fm
Dry Land Pasture Mixture, Wet
Land Pasture Mixture, Special
Mixture for Burned-over Land,
Cover Crop for Orchards.
Tell ua the nature of vonr soil
local oouditlona, Over 20 youra' ernerl.
ence right hero
lu the Puclllc
lfiesus to advise
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