The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current, September 08, 1904, Image 3

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    HE
MDCAL HAPPENINQ8
Try the Madia hotsl.
Tin best meal, beat boil Nil best
Jiorse feud at IIuliti'H.
LW Ynu will nod jrood ceonim6dtitii
't at thif Madras Feed VnJ. '
IWitloJ Hwlft w a Culver. vial tor.ftjji
Saturday iiflast wwk.
, $2fr (molt trade t IIiilm'dPMtUIOB yuu
to auonlargod picture.
J, B. MoMoen, of Lampnla, wa
trading In Madras lust Saturday.
A connOpt Una of wluunwB, d(wr
nnd (shliiglM .for at J. F. Morrla'
more, Prluovllle, Ore.
A great many Indiana are pasajuar
through town thee dayn with farm
products and huuklebtirrliia for mile,
The beat hotltio to atop.nt when in
I'rlliovlllo Jfl Iho 1,'olndoxter. l'rompt
Horvlco la our motto,
On Hundity wo wero visltr-d ly
FrnnU 0dorn, Who In IJxIng u) Iilf
hoim'tcud two itilk'H south of town
Kor courteous treatment, reanonable
price ntii) pi win beds don't forgot I lit?
l'oindexter hotol at Prlnfevtlle, Ore.
"NVhon your wnloh or clock Is In need
hfnJpulrH 6uud It to F. H, Vati NdrdVti,
tho reliable w.toltiaker,sTlju Didlc8
John Deero Ha'cktj, Dupglca and
feurreya for aalo by J. V. Marrl, Trine '
ville, Oro. Call and get ft bargain.
Even Indiana stop at tho ItctI Front
iced Btublo. Why? Because they got
good oat and Wheat hay fur their hornets
Apmtyof meiibdtlnd lor tlo Do
tohnlCH Irrigation nnd Power Qo.'e
Ivor lea ut fl'undj spent 8Undtiy night In
MndrnB.
Bpcclul low prices on bash hllh for
lull nnd winter et:pplR nt J. F.
Morrln', dealer In general merchan
dise, i'rh.evlllo, Ore.
Jlcnry Lainboii.t-x-Rt'preFoiJlnllvo In
tur Bmlu ix'lklultiro from "i'amlilll
bounty, wna down from lilo Culver
farm hist Huliirday.
If ynu want to ell your place Ilflt It
with Timothy IJrowuhlll at Minima.
Jle Ih fully prepared to do all kind ol
real estate, notary and insurance bunt
Ijcsh. A purty of 25 or 30 "Gulueyb" who
i re Kolng to work on lint eaunlrt In the
itond country wero stalled in C.w
Canyon hint Monday and liml to camp
there nil night.
F. (J. ltowlee, asidstant general man
agor of tl,u D. I. & P. Co. of Ufud,
pasred through Mud ran lant Sunday on
bin way boiho from Portland, ilbcbm
paulcd by Mrs. ttorhll Qrocfcbcblc.
Mr. Fulton anJ wife, Hon-lti law add
daughter of diiiura .Muyeftj ntrlved In
Minima lubt Baiuiday. Mr. Fulton Ih
our new ni'ltool lyncher, and the Hrnnll
Jld wlllfcoon have to toe the murks.
J. J). Boiler, the. Htock and hotel
wan, of Cri'tw ICpya; Ore, woa a recent
visitor to Tho Pioneer oftlce nnd nr
ranged to hnvo the paper Bent to hi
home. Mr. Jloller complimented tie
very highly upou tho appearance of
Tho Pioneer.
Fred Fisher line c'bmo out from The
3)nllea and Is setting up a pump,
windmill and tank on his (ownuile,
preparatory in tho irrigation of the
Agency Plaiimand other arid dintrlcth
In Ida neighborhood. This l a labor
that certainly la appreciated during
Ihcso dry, duxty day,
( Frank Lovclund, tho'rnnn with the
drill," was to successful In ptrlkliig
water In the "Hat" north of Young'n
fctorolhut ho ban become one of the
i.ecibMlIeH of Jlo It this country, and
ho In now boring Into the eat tit on V.
o. Criawcll'a placo with good procpucU
for a flow of wot or.
A. Morr.'B, on old tlmo frhmd of J. P.
labn, from Sweet Homo, dropped in
yu Mr. and Mr. Halm a few days ago
and wan somewhat surprised to llnd
(hem located here.. Mr. Morris ex
grated hlUiBulf db fv-ell plensedMltb
ho country and expects to como to
town onco in awhile. Ho hub a home
fiteud near PrlnevIJIn,
A boy of tho yrJUi;'8 a qualntnnce
otlce-i that tho hirtljiirl ate no meat
on Friday and inquired an to tho rea
son. Tha girl cxphdncd that she was
a Cathollo and it wrfs against tho laws'
of the Church to eat meat on Friday,
'fho hoy thought a inomuntaud then
paid: "1 gut'SH thaVo all right; we nrv
'plKcopallttiis 'cause wo cat chicken
every Sunday.
W, II. Zull was Jn tho ePy yolcr
doy from the Agency Plains. Mr. Hull
ftnld everything on tho plains was look'
ing lino. Ofops nro tlrst o&a and
flottlers nro encouraged. Mrv J?tdl I
n oh Crook and Shei man county
farmer and is capablo of Judging 6r j
Komi country, ho 'whi'ii lu snvn tho I
phdno nro all right his opinions are of
wmo v.Hiuo.-Tii Dalles Times-Motui-talnccr.
John IJ, Brown, otid of tho prosper
ous farmers of (h Hajstaok district,
Vasin Madras last Battttday purchus
J"g HupplluB, and ho reports that the
'jrops aro not bo heavy asjaityear,
but that (lieiO Will nmlmlilw hn k
Wueh glHln. to markat jjji. aouaunuaf i
UHi Increased acreage, Mr. Urown Is
the owner of some Mndrns properly
uid Ih oonumpl.ti,, u, r(Mon of a
WQ'Hory brick 'bulkllng 1m thw Very
buljdlnir,
; ClfH beds at Ihe Madras,
Jfrrt ot liay, grain fttd Vatcr at Utt
Mtwlras. . Pi
'Han has nd Job lots but good od
atrlht prim, ' 'h
Hejr. .J3.-.II. H&o lett yesterday lo.
ut ttitit jfii(ftVeHc't 8ea t tic'. .
' Aiir: WrHcVi has accepted a po
Ithyj nitteactier Ih the Agency Plains
tehoiil nhd wll open school thoro on
(he 12.hff th) month.
WJijpay $j83 for a hug&y.or $160
for a carrag when you can buy the
"old rellsbley Juhtt Dcoro Bilggy from
llahti for $80 and carriage for $110.
Rev. 0. A. Bias will hold services hi
the fichool house at Madras next 8ttn
il y,eptembcr 11, both morning and
evening.
Mr nnd Mrs, Angus 0'utw, ct
Nhaulko, ncpoinpanled by Mr. Man
llard reprVsen'tallvo of' tho "Iielllc
.lo.merflead," passed 'jfuesJuy nlglli Jn
MitdrnS.
Ilfnry Bachs, who has a flno home
steud In Iho Baldwin hills, about six
ml I en enbt of town, camo down from
the pawmlll on Willow Crcdc Batup
day, where ho has bfcen employed.
FrCil DaVls, tho harness man from
Bliunlko,, wllf commence tho con
iriioiioirof a.store building this week
iin(l will move his business to this
place as soon as tho carpenters will
nil MW him.
Tho parfy of automobile surveyors
consisting of John Hammond of Prine
viflr, Bobert Ren and George jirlghum
of Portland, and John Fitzmnurl-jo and
Ailhur Pagq of Moro, moved from
Mulras lb Jllinrock Spt'Inga Tuesday.
Regular appointments of C. A, Bias,
roldeut jnlnlMer of the Church of
Christ's Culver first Fundny in each
month; Madron, second Sunday In each
mouth; plnevUlo. thrd Bunday In
Hch month; -V.'illow Creek, fjurth
3 u tidily In each month.
Kev. Father Ilickey, who has been
taking u simrt vacation f.r the henetlt
of his eyef, has returned and lias been
making a tour of his missions through
the Bend country Madras, Ly tie, The
Uctid, and Prlnevllle, for the past three
weeks, lecturing In reboot hails aild
relucting sites for churches which lie
lutbuds to build In that rich country.
Iho Father has secured valuable
church property niijl spealo ver
highly of tho prosprotsfor tho Catholic
Cliurch in that territory. Gruss Vai
ley Journal:
A6E!0Y PLAINS NOTES.
The family of James Melton left the
Pl.iln for the Valley Wednesday on an
exteu led visit.
Rev. Fulgham and bride hnvo moved
into their now house on their home
stead and appear to be very much at
home.
II. W. Card and . family left for The
Dulles Sunday for tho purpose of visit
ing relatives and transacting business
it t lint place.
Chester Unrd has his new Iioufu on
hii homestead utmost completed, and
Ituppeurs to us that it is rather large
for a haehel tr's hall. Perhaps Chester
thinks of taking in n partner.
Our harvest Is over.nixl the grain all
-tucked ami Ihk next tiling in order is
a threshing maohlue.
Kii OampbeU-anO family aro in the
iiKuntalus pUkh'g bertitr, hunting
niid liavlg a igineutl goud lime. Oh.
how wo would enjoy an tilling of this
kind
II. J. ISmnitol.'er
trip to Bend lust week.
V 11. Ramsey nnd
Oil
made a
ramify
ness
were
visiting and feasting on ViMcrmuIotis
wlh Iho Timlty of Ctorling Loveing
slnro our last. ln
Walter Ainty nr.d Statiliy Orewcll,
of Cross Keys, made a (lying visit to
this part of tho Plain Sunday.
Joseph Amey and family wero visit
nig with tho family of V, n. Bamsey
Sunday.
For some unknown cause the Pioneer
fulled' to rcncl us last week, conse
quently wo :tr uneducated as to the
happenings of lust week.
Three thlijgs (b.at are bailly needed
by tile leople of the Plain and all the
Mirrouiidlngjertuutry a good well drill
.r two, a ruliidnd auda gnod.iplll, all
of'whiQh wo believe Wniild ba profit
able Investments. We have (ho best
country oh ea'rth and the time Is ripe
fur llu'so Improvements. Thou why
delojf Mundy.
EUSEINQ TIIE AUTO LINE,
Shaniko Wafehouse Company
GENERAL STOfMOE AND FORWAUDINO
Ppccial attention to Wool Cnullng nnd Baling for 1'r.at rn ship
mcnttf. Dealers in Blacksmith Cod, L'uno nnd 'Bulldcls' itnterlal
of all kinds. Sulphur, Wool nnd Grain Sacks and Twino, Grain,
lHour nnd Food. Highest prlco p:t(d for Tildes and Pelts. Stock
Yards with all the latest nnd beet fncilif.es for. handling Stock.
Mark-Goods Onrc of .
e6S. W. Co.5 V
T. G. COND0N, Manager.
Pi
one
BP
s-. s. s. sf. s. j. J, s. s. s. sr. sr. s. s. a -sr. s-
THE DALLES
R. U, w'EBER, Prajwlctor.
NURSERIES
Grower and De&kf in
FRUIT, SHADE
AND
ORNAMENTAL
TREES
GRAPE VINES
AND
SMALL FRUITS
EVERGREENS, ROSES AND SHRUBBERY
Hyacinth Tulips) Lilies, Dahlias, Peonies Etc.
THE DALLES OREGON !
GOOD GOODS QNLY GURufcBICE: .THE LOWEST,
QUALITY OF GOOD5 GOrVSl5ERED.,i
" : '.4 ...t4&3;yK
tndorfiing Now Iall AtercJiandise is frcKr;&xl tlw
capacity of onr warohouse and salesrodm, ntttl now good ai
ariiving daily. To make room for these npw goods,gfc liav
; made such prices on otir present assortments tlat patrraf ct I
not fail to recognize very snpeuor buying advantage. so '
St w
LADIES' "UNDERWEATl:
Strajford Union .Suits, worth $1.00,
Swiss Ribbed Wts, worth 50c,
Swiss Ribbed Tanls, worlh CDc, - - H'
vuiiiiuiw iiiiu uiiuico iiiiu. Kjunui fji-o uecvi
iSupiior .(JnaHtj' Ladies' Hose, - - '
Children's Hose, - - - s L -
oar prices for week ending September 17th j
Screen Dopfsj worth S.i.25,
Ink Tablets.,
5 )1
no.
85t
(6
TlieEdw.C.
DEPARTMENT STORE
Go.
10c to 25(
EXTRA SPEGM
SUAWKOt
OHEC.OX.
.1
SHOE DEPARTMENT-
f:lfan'fs, rflnea in bluS chocolate and red, -Youths'
Kangoola school shoes, worth $2.D0, '
Men's Vici Kid, woi th $2.50, - - -Ham
lton & Bro vn'et Iron Mountain, to close;
(! Unpen Shoe Co. Kip Boot, worth $6.00,
: Canen Shoe Co. CnJ f Boot, worth S0.50. -
(42.UJ
2.0
- Si.rjt
$-i.od
! Ladies- Hamilton & Brown shoes; worth ujj to 3.50. sizs '
from -5 to S, to close all go at - - " - ' - 5?1.7
A COMPLETE LiNE Ol?
eneral Merchandise
CAN BE FOUSD AT
f ivQULVER STOR
At Lowest Prices for Best.. Goods. From
our stock of SlideS, Hals, Caps and Gents'
Furnishing Goods can be selected the
latest styles and best fit Fresh and
pure Groceries of all kinds. . . . .
Hardware, Tliiwaro arid Harness.
'Jt -TFT
0
GO
Madia's, Ojda
1- THE
TpT" (fy f-apr
PIiftGE
To bti Dry Goods and Groceries,
nats, Gloves, Shoes,
Goods of
Furnishing
and
all
Gents'
kinds,
TlfSnachcsei4t.a h-r . v t .
WU RZVEILrmR & THOMSON
59
Prinevilleri.HV,4
Oregon;
Itcscrvcil for the if
If Tlojnlinfpj Ti'iirrtilimrP.Pnwppnn W
,1)EN1), OltliUON.
4
Tho Central Tfiinniorlullon Om
puny,' cupllHlimi ut $50,003 and or
Kuttlzcd wlih A. 1C. llamiDDiul i)rel
ijpnl, Gerald Qrp(iS"buch vlco proiltletit, :
P. Ij, Tou)ilina secrotary ftml truas-j
ttriTj utxl Ar I), Qooilwllllo on tli
houitl of fllfl-ftorf, is in the He'd with
coiiBtfuothni forces nud will rnah tho
untntuohllo lino HuoiikIi to coini-k'tion
us hooii us pofislhle. Work U now in
prorcn nciu HtUlcr, connucilna with
iho(rutili nt (nnd ttittt was htlllt curly
In tho pouHon, Men uml ti'uins uro
unnttd untl no pJlin t will bo fljmfcd to
u tho lino Jn operation tho oowlnu
full,Hend UnJItJiln
LANE
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Tiem wetvTs In town at fho Mftdrufli '
llhip print towtthliln nnt for Rale of
Kny townnhlp in Tho Duller UikI dla
trlot t tho. ofttoe of Timothy llrown
hill, Lvb your owlrn with hlw nd
thuy will bo promptly hikI ourHtly
ttlltd Ht OU? I'uqh,
Gendra! Blacksmith
and Wagon Alaker
GO TO THE
it
FOR
Pure Brust
Druggists' Sundries end
Patent Medicines
-V
A Complete Lin: cf
Stationery, Jewelry, Etc.,
; " Jn Stocji t
M. n. SNOOK,
ropr!ctr.
Stv.veSj Ranges, Tin and "Woodenwa'rp,
, Kails and. Shelf hardware and Build-
Material of all kinds, is '".afi
ei-s
J JvTa'ditas; Cr?ook Cddnty.
OfCvn
li.R
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YOU NQ
ni:Ai.r.n jn-
HORSESHOBINQ A SPECIALTY
A!! Work Gifnrnntecd
;F. J. B PyQ G4 Sj
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
If yoii are looking fo'r stale pfi-ocories don't come to this !
store, We carry nothing but fresh and Ynliab! j:oo".
You will find, in our stock of GntaFuniishin: Goodnf
and Boots afid Shoes a very complete line at TU(tIIT
PRICES. Give us a call? . ,' . . i
Five miles E. or madias,
T
r
SHAMkO
OREGdN
FAIfrstop nt tho Madras?
Waht prices i) jho Mmlrus Feed
Yard) COo por upan oyerplght. -
Polndextor hotol, eloctrlo lighted,
tilootrlo, bollp; only mojjern houso lu
the city, Bfaln BTi'eet, PdnoylHe, Ore.
: . W a g. 6 Mm a k e r ;
llQltssBSIlOlUa etit
" ' ' ' ai:Nri!Al. i;i:rAii:s
Eixtli direct, iTiucr. Crc.
.Central Oregon Betaking jpasi,Cp.
? ' . f XOOIU'OUATKD) .
OapUa! Stoelf. v. ..... ($25,060
Gi'iiei'tiV Banking nnd
A. h.G
Trltst Businee?,
S;ivit an.liMsinessttsonntl Solivi'd. v
YiceProsidotVfc. , 'resid
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