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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1911)
THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE OF
IVI Al iD i
Lots 25X100, 25X140 and 50X100 Feet
and Ud Accord ina to
Are vou a RflflSTFR fnr
a on V , M r " su' wme yur lnenas and tell them what we are doing in MAD HAS, tell them that now is the time to get m on the crounrl fln. . n i
come to MA1JKAS. tell them to tPll hPW frind fn'or.. , i iiAnDAo i i -J . . ft n n a o tup ni unr -m . .. "U them in
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928 Chamber of Commerce, PORTLAND
OREGON REALTY SYNDICATE, (IHC) Gar. T & M Sts MADRAS,
- The March term of county court con
ened March 1. Tresent-Judge H. C.
Ellis, Commissioners R. H. Bayley and
James Rice, Warren Brown, clerk and
T. N. Balfour, sheriff. The following
is among the business transacted of in
terest to northern Crook County:
N ow on this day is presented to this
court the petetion of J. L. Windom et
al for a county road, and upon due con
sideration it is ordered that the county
clerk forward the papers relative to
said road to F. W. Wilson, district at
torney, for his opinion as to their
Regarding the Glenn H Loucks peti
tion for county road; it appearing from
the opinion of the district attorney that
the affidavit of posting is defective, it
is thereforo ordered that the matter be
continued until the next meeting of this
court and that the clerk notify W.
Glenn Loucks of the objections raised
by the district attorney
James T, Robinson et al petition for a
conty road, continued until the next
meeting of this court for failue to file
bond or affidavit of posting notices as
prescribed by law.
Upon written request of District At
torney Wilson, the matter of a logging
franchise on the Deschutes river is con
tinned until he .May term of this
Road supervisors' appointments, H.
A. Brown is appointed supervisor of
Haystack precinct, J. L. Windom hav
ing failed to qualify. S Nace is ap
pointed supervisor of Kutcher precinct,
the former appointee having failed to
adhered to the truth in all our adver
tisements, and we are ready to prove
all our statements.
VAVORA TOWNSITE CO.,
pd ad By Ora VanTassel.
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE. OREGON
B. F. Ai.i.rni President.
r T. M, Baldwin, Cashier
wii.i. iikzwkii.kh vice I'rea.
II. BALDWIN, Asst. Cashier
Surplus and Undivided 1'roMtn
SfAPHIR Imported Belutnn Stnllion
will iiih Ito I he Hcuson of 1011, com
meii'lnc April 1, at the following
piii'-en: W. V. Moore's ranch Mon
iliiys anil Tut'siUys, Miidrnw. Wednes
dny8 uiul Saturdays,, MetoliiH,
Thursday nnd Fridays.. FurmeM
Belgian Hoise Co. J. A. Coulter,
secretary. m 10
Police lor Publication
Department of the Interior, TJ, S.
Land Office at The Dulles, Oregon,
March 4th, 15)11.
Ni tice Is hereby given that AddieM.
Lt-e. formerly Addie M. Barlow, of
.Madras, Orgn, who, on October 22nd
191.8 made Homestead, No. 01437, for
sin-Kj Section 8, tp 10 8, r 14 e, w m.,
ll-s filed ui tire of inlentlon to make
Fmai commutation Proof, to eaiuulipb
Imni iu tlie luiiii above described, be
lor llo-acu W. Turner, U. S. Cum-mi-
tiont-r at hi- other, al Madras, Oi-
jtn, mii ft lzm day oi Apri , IsMl.
C' i hi nit limits ad vr. iiiissi.i: V 1-
i nui II, Slui-i lmi;k r, Fr d Fi- el, Scol
A. McLean of Madras. Oruinn. an
Geo gi H. Viiit- ol Younus, Oregon
C. W Moore,
"9 aB Register
DepHrtment Of The Interior, United
flutes Land OMlce, The Dallen, Oiegou,
February 3, 10U. A BUfficient con
tea' affidavit having been ilel in litis
oillce by Aracr L. Houghialing, con
tfcHtnt, again-t homestead Entry. No
0611B in i.ie MHreli 11,191(1. for ejnwi
sec , tp in, h rvs, e w. m.. by
Benjamin F. Hit petenu, enn'estoe, in
which it ia alleged that said Benjamin
F. Hippetau lias wholly abantloned
i-aid traet for the six months last paHt;
that eaid Hbundonment still exists;
Hint clainiHn never established hiB rex
idnncn on eaid place; that said alleged
absence was not due lo his employ
mnt in the army, navy nr marine
eorps f the United Stiles In time o'
wur. Sid phi ties are hereby n wflel
t" sppear, respond and offer evlilenee
"niching atd alleg tion at 10 o'clock a.
m.on March 15, 1911, t etore H. V.
Tti ner a No a y Publ'c at his office in
MtdrtH, ()r'i.on; nd rhtf final hearing
will be held at 10 o'clock a. m., on
l .n-h 22, 1911, before tho Register
Hnd Heceiver' hu United Stales Land
Office io The DalleH,0 egnn. The m d
'onies'iuit liavini?, in a proper affidavit
'lel Decem'-er 27, 1910, set forth facts
which chow that after tue diligence,
person h1 service of ibis notice ('minor be
made, it i- hereb ordered and directed
that such notice be given lv due and
proper nublicatlon. C. . Moore,
jo 19 Register.
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Will OPEN a Line of Yards at
MADRAS, METOLIUS, CULVER, and REDMOND
LUMBER, CEMENT BUILDING MATERI
OF ALL KINDS
SEVERAL CARLOADS OF LUMBER AND SHINGLES ENROUTE ALSO J
CARLOAD OF CEMENT
FRANK L. WAIT, District Manager
Yards Located Un Ihirdotreet - - Madras, OrtJ
"O ww ww ww ucTacrrsr v w ura"ysyVVy?,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
In answer to C. C. Covey's paid ad
vrtisement in the Madras Pioneer of
March 9, 1911, vhich is headed as fol
lows: TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
In that advertisement he states that
the literature advertising Vanora con
tains the following statement. "To
the west of Vanora lies the Warm
Springs Reservation which according"
to the statement made by the Indian
Agent ioon be thrown .oj en for settle
ment: this would cause a irreat rush to
Vanora."- Mr. Covey at this point
states that he, Mr. Covey, never made
such statement. We agree with him
that he never made the statement. But
in our quoting these words we did
not say nor infer that Mr. Covey Eaid
this, but will say that the Indian Agent
from Washington, D. C, did make this
statement and we can get several af
fidavits to prove our assertion. What
onirl m nnr advertisement was his
words and that the same was made in !
the hearing of Mr. Covey at the time
that the Indian Agent was here about
two and one-half years ago; the exact
date I do not remember.
He further states that Vanora is not
the Railroad point for the reservation
Npw in all our advertisements we have
been conservative and we do not ciaim
all of the reservation as being directly
tributary to Vanora, but we do chum
that we are directlv east of the south
ern part of the reservation and that we
will naturally draw a large trade irom
Mr. Covey makes this statement. "I
am not interested in Vaii' ra or any
other townsite and I do not propose to
have my nanr e connected, even by in
fluence, with an enterprise the adver
tisements of which contains as mniy
mistatements of facts as appear in the
literature advertising Vanora."
We again take pleasure in saying that
ve did not hand Mr. Covey any money
to help us advertise our townsite. We
notjee that Mr. Covey has been t-ying
to help n station to the north of us and
why should he do this if he does not re
eoivo something for his influence or if
he had no interest there, why should he
pay for tlje advertisement tnat wc are
In reply to our making any gross
mistatenientB of foots will Bay we have ,
Lattin & Go.
Contractor & Builder
Can Furnish Portland Lumber
Shop First Door West of Larkin's
Harness Store West of Main
ARE ALL DESTROYED BY
THE STANDARD OFTHEWORU
REQUIRES NO MIXING ORPREPAwi
ALWAYS READY FOR USt
NO OTHER 13 SO GOOD NOW MADE WITH SUCH GREAT CW
aucccasruur unto r eo.ooo ouaim anowtRa in iio. whin you luT.ttimwl
OCT THE mWOOOIANK HAND." MONEY BACK IF NOT AS CUIils.
, HOYT CHEMICAL CO., PoTUiJ,f
We Have a LARGE List of Farm
Property and City Property in Bend.
We Have Money to Loan on Im
proved Farms in Crook County.
WRITE FOR INFORMATION
wood a-3st;d iK03sr wokk:
The best equipped shop In Central Oregon
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN EMPLOYED
HORSESHOEING A. SPECIALTY
STANLEY GRAY, PROP.
j Automobile Stage Line
ALL NEW STUDEBAKER AUTOS
Shaniko, via Madras To Bend
DAILY TRIPS EACH WAY
The Best Accommodations For All Passengers
FOR RATES APPLY AT STAGE OFFICE
Cornett Stage & labe o.
Why Be Landless?
Why be landless, when there are thousands of acres of FREE Government land in Crook, le W
county in Central Oregon-Do you want a slice-Your share of this land? We can locate yuwt
homestead proposition in Central Oregon splendid agricultural lands where all kinds of crops repo
low elevation, plenty of wood and good water at shallow depths. Theso homesteads are fromU M
teen miles of hntlli rnllrnnrla nnt rrnnl nl..r.o ....! f nrnrralnn nt onCC. S9 thWP'eI0
-. ....VHUU f,uM rr ti.it vyaii ui vviivu tui iiiiu.iiiu.ivn -
opportunities won't la3t lang.
We sell wheat lands near Culver Junction at $15.00 to $40.00 per acre
-the best agricultural
We sell deeded improved irrigated lands in the "Irrigated Garden Spot" of Central Oregon U
to $00.00 per acre -this beats Cary Act Land.
Culver Junction is located at the junction of tho Oregon Trunk and Deschutes Railroa "JJJJ
nimlnl Ktr 4l.. In ....... . .1 -n llrnflfl LOOK " 1
ujr mc iu4t;i;ai. frouncing agncuuurai section or any town on eimer
Junction before you buy town lots or enter business..
To reach our offlce until train Bervice is established to Culver Junction-Purchase a tickc
or Metolius then take stage, automobile or private conveyanso to Culvor "Junction wnicn
BouthwcHt of Madras and six miles southwest of Metolius Wo will do' tho rest.
& Investment ft