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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1904)
Beit of hi
(irlce Ana (i
of repair setij
11)6 relUlJlo S
U ft. Covylt
Utod water at Hit
liuviuu 10 io ;
Jluo la our mo
n.i.rL'H OsborriH was a
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ibMantlal v1hWuVHBR0. i'o
ijloria his Son, Hex, xflmg for a
Our subscription list I j growli g
svery day. Our people realize trie Jm
norttuieo of a good local paper and are
' Aollug accordingly.
t XT V.iiilna wlin lino lipnn Niif.
r j . a" ' ......
unuiipul litivu tt'llll u flitvnrn fin.
I of rheumatism h now In a fair way to
If you want to sell your place Hat ll
.-..111. ml ...ll... D Mt II It I II n Afijlfrna
fife Is fully prepared to dp all kinds pi
....... ....i..n .ni ii.IIiii .III,
real CBlwIOj liumij' nuu iiiouirmvs uudi
Q. 8. Mayes left last Wednesday foi
;8hauiko, whero lie will mcotProt. T.
LO. Fulton and family, from Virginia,
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who nos lice ii cngagou io teaeu tne
ijiImlrnH publlo school this winter.
lUv Fulgham, wlin Iihh jtiat com
iiilL-te.l a very neat resiuoneo oo
homestead, was In town tills week
hiiiroliHHliiL' necessary supplies for
If Ih many ii lends arc glad to tee
Hobert Ken again. Jlobert lit making
his headquarters with Don fora.feu
days while hie imrly Is completing tin
survey of the proposed automobile Hue.
Too contract Is lol for tho building
Of tho railroad from Arlington lo
CoihIoii, lu Oilllum county, thin stale.
John M, I
visitor nt Tho
Mr. Miiyo (s
a if don't forgt the
el 4'lnevllle, Ore.
r clock is In need
II. Van Norden,
ker, Tho D.tlles.
rled soiliusly III
W tulles east nl
Uls. are RUXlously
I 0, UoivJee,
'. tho Dcsohukf.
,, passed til rough
ulhelrwny lo Hlitwilkc.
yos was a plem-anf
Ipnoer Alike tills week
well nlcasL'd with hit.
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Homestead ono mnu east ot wiwri tun
i content to fjiobtl, tho balance of his
Blue print township plats for sale of
my township It) Tin? Dulles land dis
trict at tne olllce or vitnotiiy urovvn
hill. Loavo your orders with him and
they wilt bo promptly qud accurately
lll.edatgOc caol). '
vWo are sorry lo hoar of Morrow
iCeenan'fi loss of 1,000 of their shjeep.
(t would.be a gruud thing' for all con
oerned If the cattle and sheep men
tan Id get together and scttlo their
rtingo difficulties lu a peaceable way.
Hon. Frank MerrefeeJ DJidrlct At
torney (one of ourSlgst subvcrlbers), In
it Mnrrlnm Park, Minn., wiilther he
went to vltilt with his wife's people
tud from there lie expects to go on lo
St. Louis, talt o. in the Fair and then
lilo for homo. Mrs. ,Menefeo will ac
company him to the Fair. Mr. Mcnefee
ordered Tho I'ioueer sent East to him
Patronize homo Industry. George
' LouukH Is now prepared to do toimorlul
work of nil kinds. He Is a flrst-cliisf
burlier. Throw ynur old razor awu.
and glvu him a chance. You can (lnd
him in all times at the comer of C uild
As wo are going to press word l
brought that Mrs. II. Glenn, of Tin
Pttlh-H, died laat Monday morning.
Wo hope- to be able to publish the
L ptrtl..'UlarH in our next Ustie. '1 lu
( sorrowing husband, children and rela
I lallveB hvo our slucere sympatliy.
j niiinnu ai. liunion, a iiioncer settler
S of (lie Pleasant View district (on tin
Uig I'alii), hrought Into Tho I'loneci
olllco a Kample of tho turniits aud
rntllHlie-t he raises on his plnco. Thry
were niointorsBi lid in llesli and
! sweet llavored. Agency Plains is uli
i J. N. Hammond and survey .party
i are surveying and locatlnj; the pro
poeil aulomobilo rond from Crosn
Keys m Ilend. Wo hope that tin
seltlem ulong the route will lend every
tisHbiancu to this worthy enterprise
as It iiifiuiH tlio raising In value of all
iffrina ulong tho lino as Well us giving
us a very much needed direct mail
, louie and express service helweon the
r points mentioned.
; tieanaii isko it as a ravor If you
win prepuro tho announcements for
your church, young people or Sunday
Boiioni mikI hand them in to Tin
Pioneer not Inter than Wednesday
noon of t-sch week. Lot the neonle
Hello, Central! If you'ronottoo busy'
and will kindly lyitl n listening ear a
minute, we'll tell you of u few Imp-
Mont of tho farmers have their grain
cut and stacked, and bo mo arc Intend
ing to thresh as soon as u machlno can
no employed. Grain and vegetable
enorully have dono quite well this
neaHon aud all are encouraged.
Tho proftpeots for corn do.'ng fairly
wellln this part In favorable. Mr. Ellis
lias, a patch of the "bloody butcher"
variety winch averaged moro than 7
feet lu height au1 promises a go nl
H. II. CurllsdfUn several lurgo stacks
of Kraln. This clnir his firat eron
here, ho is quite Julited over the irob-
peots of a good yield.
5H8. funis iskltilto busy goltlug up a
subscription J la, for tnonoy with
laiow about your tueetlnga; also loduns 10 m,ro,lttHO R" orgun for the Madras
or oilier meet nsa of Imnoriiin.. m oaouiwn buuuoi. mi overyouo
PIh means you, dear reader, so keep
in mind and let us hour Irom you.
Don't foruot to save tho host samples
n your wiieat. rye. oata and barlev
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i'o nring iiietn into The Pioneer
Puiue Bumo time this fall, ho that they
an be preserved for the Part laud Fair
next yeur, Mudras must bo .repre.
penieo. w0 KMl IIRl urru lo Bl,!(J
opportunity pu88 of showing to the
t created donate as liberally
Mr. Williams la last but not least lo
itetllng hlii hay into tiio stuck. IIol
bus u flue crop this your.
Jumes liutliorn io hauling lumboi
with which lo erect u new house on
Rev. Mortimer was notable to fill
his appointment at Onal Prairie
haniko Warehouse Company
PENPRAL STORAQR AND FO!?WARD.lNq
Spcpinl attention to Wool Grading and Baling for Fastsrn ship
rncntej Dealers In Blacksmith Coal, Lime and BulTdorV Material,
of all kinds. Sitjlhur, Wool ond Grain Socks and. Twinb, Grain,
Flonr mid J'coli Highest .prlco paid for Hides and Pelts. Stoc
Vorda wth all the latent ajjd best facilities for handling Stock,
Hark GoCjds Caro of
T. G CONDON, Manager.
G'iS: S?' Sl - -t.
V v.- 'vv
R, H. EBER ProjJrietpr
Growcr and DcaUf, in.
EVERGREENS, ROSENS AND SHRUBBERY
Hyacinths, Tulips, Lilies, Dahlias, Peonies, Htc,
. v' 4 . . Ok
You will, fin4 at tlip
The cleanest, lamesfc and most
to-date stock of General Merchandise,
in Tortliern Crook connfy. It will pay .
you to examine ?dur stock and get
our prices Ijaforo buying elsewhere.
The Edw. .
Lumber Is on tho ground for the
erection of a new hardens store, to be
occupied by Fred Dxtvis, of 8hanlkt.
Otrpentors will cammenco about the
Messrs. Loucks Bros, are building a
Under tho conditions of tho contract 20-fonl addition lo their maijp building
too road win ue completed uy January
Mid will a I ho add a side room 10 feel
widoand the full leng'h of lliu bujld-
lug, to bo used, by George Loucks as a
A. 8. Phillips is building a store
house and cellar this week, which will
adtl very materially to tho appearance
of lis place.
Charles Delano is busy superintend
ing tho construction of (t good-sized
addition to his residence
Beat meals In town at tho Madras.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
OAIT BE FOUND AT-
Special low prices on cash bills for
full aud winter suimlics nt L F.
.Morris', dealer in general merchan
dise, I'rineviito, On.
At Lowest Prices for Best Goods. Froin
our stock ojf Shoes, Hats, Caps and Gents'.
Furnishing Goods can be selected the '
latest styles and besl lit. Fresh and
pure Groperies of all kind?. . . ." .k
A complete linel
Goods of the-laj
rteady-mad0 Skirts, select line of
HOSIERY and RIBBONS.
GENTS"- FURNISHING GOODS,
Satteen and Negligee Shirts., large
line of Overalls from CD cents up.
ROOTS rind SHOES A new'and com-,
pete stock of Capon and G. Golzian
Boots and Shoes at right prices.
Farm Machinery of 'all kinds..
Hitchell Wagons, Hapks, Baggies,
rOur stook must be seen to be appreciated,
& THE &
Hapduuae, Tincaate and H&ttness.
Prineville, . , , . . s. . , , . , Oregon
To buy Dry Goods and Groceries,
Hats, Glovesf Shoes, and Gents'
Furnishing Goods of all kinds,
. Stoves, Ranges, Tin and TVoodenware,
Nails and Shef Imrdware and Build- .
ers' Material of all kinds, is at v
J Ueservpd for tho
Lwo,ld what.be garden ,pot of Oregon S ?. ,, Lih W HMPhntP fPriimfinil APnWPPPfl
f(s capable of producing ufthout lrilga- "Upoai lwn. g UCSCliniCS llflgaiM SOWerbO ,
bath lit Willow Of ok. ut which nlaeu
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uimiii ienam und his accomnl then ho has a nreaohlii annolntmont.
piiKlitcrH, MlBa Laura nhd Jesse, also Miss Myrtlo Bortn Is BUlU'liiigwlth
)is sons, Iru and Arrihle, accompanied a severl nUack of nuuialglu and ulcer-
rs ' whii kh, an of jRiiuirws, pKRHcu atlon of n looth.
.wHll ill-re. WOlUlaV Oil t loir WllV Vfr. F.llln wua mi ll.a 0tl? Hal llin
h''r 'ho mountains to tho MhICh'i'i iiri nf iUh
l''i tur H lOW tViuiLm iiiMtif AIh I iiintl l.t... Il
riin,ii called at the Preps ofllae 'whlle HunorlnteiiiiMid. nf Din Mmlranfitin
r ie ami ,,u, ror KyoHr'ssubBOrlptJon. ilay Bcliool E, M. Mortlmoro wishes to
iniui mat no expctdeil to move lo invite everyone lo ntteial Sunday
jiiiih jmiIIm the cunilnu wiitim- hiinu ki..i
it1l n mill 1mv.
All uru cordially Invited.
tho oittisonH qf this vlolnlty are
talking of locating and constructing a
new road up the hill from Madras.
y hope tills will be accomplished lu
the near future ay It la badly ueoded,
at Madras for tha UrtHuv i,. I ..,..Ti
... . ' - a v iti'i'i r roni i
weir gran, 111, As lher wlU ba i n u,i, . C " ' ... .J. ....
rKO anioimt nt .Ti' ..' . UVHfl wuvnv huh vv
w w u nrfiuiiniui i .. w i.w...... t
'.W that umiI '.. -T"" wrVHur nungry nprses,
. "uiuib L1J1M fl-flUirLUftku uilll I r . f
wiu MHdnu,-Bpu4 flurreys for ly bv J. V. Morris. Priue
villi1, Ore, Qa.li nml t h bargain,
N. M. LANE
A representative 0f ti,0 Va9(,n Wlirft
liMi Htllli. . . '.l . '
a .wuhiiik uo., whloh lias-vvurt-
unu Hour mlllu lu difUiront
iu ub cr wawjo and Sherman conn
. has mmiB h visit to thi.
Pons ami IIay8Uk couutry and has
VAfU favorably of building h ware-
and Wagon Maker
HORSESHOE1NQ A SPECIALTY
AH Work Quarnntecd
GQ TQ THE
MADRAS DRUG STORE
Drulsts Sundries and
A Complete Line of
Stationery, Jewelry, Etc.,
M. E. SNOOK, Proprietor.
I'm Bido Mala Etrcot, Madras, Oregon
pTTadtros, Cirook Cqunty..
If you are looking for stale groceries don't como to this
store. We carry nothing but fresh and reliable goods.
You will find in our stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods
and Boots and Shoes a very complete line at RIGHT
PRICES. Give us a call. . . . '. . , . ,. t.
Five miles fi. E, oi madttas.
t will h
ISvor stop at tho Madras?
Right prices at the Madras Feed
Yard; 50a per span overnight.
Poludexter hotel, aleotrto lighted,
eleetrlo bells; only modern house lu
the City, JUftlB utrteti PrjuvyUte, Ore,
J. S $ O 0 1 S, Central Oregon Banking St Tiust Co,
fiend, : : : : Otfegon.
Qplta! Stock ...$26,000
General Banking aud Trust Business.
, ' Saving and Business Accounts Solicited.
A. L, GooDwy-iLiE, w. G. Guicmklit.,
Yice President. - --Presufen:,
F. 0, Minor, Caihier
nORSESnOKlKa and .
Sixth Street, Kcdrge, Ore,