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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1904)
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in Madras irug oir in. iieuouiiog
I filled with pure fresh drugs.
innn nniifl anu cummuiwuus rooms
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DO IH1MU nv unuu in0Mi'nvM
in villi nuu iiiniiui (7 v
lonzo W. Woyco,.of HnyB'ack, was
Im.tmnl. nailer a fow dttVH ago.
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A iith inn rrfftivii mill mm) ul liih
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(run I ULUIt
f-itn.r nfivu bent nilco for vour
(or ana einrs.
T. Hurlburt, the popular banker
Bhaulko, wjis ft recent visitor to
Villlain Terrll and family, pf Amity,
t. M.MtetaaAil fiit limit lir.tti.at.t.f.iJif
tlinufit of town.
r. anoln 17! v a tin loff. a flno flneel-
tin. ljuuiu . . - - " .
.. nntnnu of Tim Tlnnl'm- nfTIi'p
genu, 1h btf tiding a residence south-
I nf Matirnft.
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line mill In IvThflrafl. '
. l r nnrnv unu sou, jonn. oi ino
lies, spent Sunday with Ir. and
M -T lllf
'Imlluhn Fend and Livery Btublo
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IIIIIIII 111 IV 1 L II LL1U Lf CD If ' tJftl 1111-7 HI1U
1004, to Mr. uuu Mm. James IIiw
or&e, a boy.
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1001, lo Mr. mill .MM. U. I'. Du
tin il i nv.
William Uranfltettur and mother
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W. WIIU .
our norsca .viii receive cnreiui ni-
utloa and plenty of feed IT left at the
itn or a hiu
ivcr. wero viHiiora io our iirv uifti
J. II. llorncy. O. F. Klimn. A. H.
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Iril wnrn fitAimniiallnM liut mAulf
in i n. n . r4. r ihiik hiiii niiii . .lomnH.
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uranr-a ni r txrex umaii nniii I'liimi n
When In Prlnovllle don't fomet that
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Rev. C. A. Sloe vll preach mornliiR
UUav. ou &rn roii! nllv Iiivlloil tn
i fin ta
When looking for a holel the ttnl
ftIIIM. fI f Vkf III linil ItnMn.h.t
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juuoinmuij' in wio wnnio neigu-
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riiftr in tiim ah .r mi.ik .i..tmi.n.
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won't bay your fall or winter sup-
itM wiirinnr crnri nrv rmc nrinaii w.
M 1 1 1 f linrftll tn Mttlln m nnni I ft
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iJCSt Of bVPrt tllltiCf it ITntmra IiaIaI
tiontrnctors and carpenters
U UIILM1 Ifl r 1)14 flrt t.if iMflQ Int.
bliUire across Wlllnw flrpolf
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mo Uouniy Court of Crook
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Wo foel that an apblogy ia
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.'iiftumo MUIIUIIJ BU11U01
- .vjtuciii ovuraigni in
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our lormor Issue for the en-
ow UUIV llliIllSHI.il '
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mac school last Sunday. It
s not printed owincr to the
nr. flint j- n
iur Bituiu was
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fYAB uuuea io mo
" " ""wuw.jf, ma ijuui, out
wo nro not In th.a likWr. nf
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"ng articles on Sunday it
aa aiiowea to rest until Mon-i
, , lwu IUBU Qj ftu,
tional work it waa forgotten,
r which we ars vcary sorry.
. .ifv iivKHt URUU in
llrtliiva meals are the best.
Naomi, the- 3-yer-old daughter ot
Ilevi II and Mrs. 1'ontu, of Oulvor,
ha boon very ill for bovIthI dayn past
with a complication of blood diseases.
Why pay excefiBlve prloeH for ln
down, doora, ;aliing)cn ur'bullder ma
lerlals' when' you can hpy them a
right prices of J. V, Mqrrls, Prluq-
Mlfisltig,' H new Oliver chilled plow,
12 Inch, cnmplclo with cIovIhch a.riii
double treeo; also a hand saw and
squaro and other smaller things from
my. hoinostinul In (Section U Tp. 10fc.
R. l. E,, W. M. Thwe tliluu wer6
ttikeri during my alisenco last July
while I was at The Dalles being treated
.f.ir eaucer. I am in destltutu cireum
ituiices and am very much In need of
the above, and If they are roturned'at
nuco f shall feel very much obliged
'uinl will ask no qucitious. J. I. Chll
cote, Agency Plains.
I.v nn Interview with Congrstmau
Wllllarnsoi. by a Ohroniole' rt'fJorter,
published In another column, hp says
thut Tho Dalles "Is overlooking some
thing if It allows tho opportunity o
pn?s of connecting itsolf by rail with'!
John H. Jackson has hie large and
commodious dwelling house otr. his
homestead almost completed and will
take poseeeslon of same with his fam
ily In tho noar future. v
Morton- Doty, of Portland, and Mr.
King, o( tho firm of Hiking & King, of
Prlnovllle, were canva&ingtbo Plains
last week selling maohlnory at all
Claud Ramsey and James Hurt re
turned! from the Valloy a fow day ago
aad, afler a short residence on that
hI(o of the Mountains are better pleased
with tho Plains than ever.
Alfred Parkey camo in oft of the
rango Friday aud will batch' on hja
hoinostend this winter.
Tohu II. Jackson Is reported oa the
ulch list but is soino better.
1 '-. II. JJraiiHtotter, his mothor and
uiaft'r, Miss Edith, left the Plains for
ltio Dalles Monday aud will be gone a
Vftijok or ten (Uyr.
W. 0. Parker; wh has been out
threshing Mu tho neighborhood of
rjlifur. tins returned to his homestead
and will begin tho erection of a coodj
sized 'dwelllng bouse thereon Iu4ihe
thl rich wheat growing belt,'' rd-1 near future.
furring f,o tho lands in Crook and other, Mf. Frank Btolnglln and Mrs. Moofo
counties. Our Oongroesman Is correot
DICPAHTMENTF THE 1NTKHI0II.
United States Land onicc.
Tlio Dalles, Ore,, Sept. SO, Ufy
A siiflkSVnt eWiiflitt nmdnvlt having be'ui
illed An, thin ufiM by Fred FisfiCr, con
tcMntit, ngnlnnt tlm lionii'teiul entry No.
10.557, lumti) Mnrcli 21. l!IOL',for 8E quarter,
SectKni 10, Townnhfp 118., Range 1 K..by
Vyalkcr Lutlier Hnrrls.contostco, In wliieh
it Is alleged tlml said Walker Iiiilliei'
fffirflu tifiu tiytitlttr nliniiilfittffl u'ifft fflllft
for mor6 tfinn' lx niontlis next prior to ,
iiaic or mint anidftvit, aim ma rniicci to
fjnnn nnnnR nwi v..ni id amr.P thp owpp.t
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' QUALITY OF GOODS GONS1DER13Q:
law, and (fiat said alleged absence' from
said land was not tine to bis employment
in tnonniiyMiavyor marine corps ni tne t
United .Slnles during the War with Spain, ;
oi- dul-lng anv other War in which tho
United Statosmay he engaged; said partlpK i
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Jctriiy iii7i.iiiril ift ijFft5ni , ii3Miin ..im.
olfcr evidence tdilehlng said 'allegation at
WIUOII. , SI
The said eontesttYnt havliiK, In a proper
aflidavit, Illed .September fiO, lD(Vi, net fprtli
facts which snow tl;,at g,ftitj- iliViMllligeitciyl
personal !-rvleo of thW nollnjeaiMiot bjri
tpae, It U lierpby ocn and dir. cted,i
niat such notice bo .glveth by, die n;id,!
proper plilillcalbm. ...
ocll) . Axnk M. JjAno IJeceivci .
icr evidence toiiening Ham anegaiion ai
lo'elock a.m. on November,, 1101, be-,
pro tlm-Register and Ueeeiver ht. toe,
lilted States anl Oflic'O inTJlc Dalles, j
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lu this; but when our citizen secured
the terminus of the Great Southern'
Railway, we believe they made a move
In tho right direction in this regard.
We have been creditably Informed
that a survey has . been made for this
railroad through Crook couuty, and
that It will bo tho groat Interior road
In Eastern .Oregon. It has capital be
hind it, nnd It was never Intended to
build a few miles and stop. Tho great
wheat belt lies hundreds .of miles in
land, aud tho construction of tho
Great Southern wlll( develop ajjoutt
try, build up a trade aud pay for I n
veulmenl. Every aere of land culti
vated furnishes a feeder, aud the time
Ih Lot far distant when there Will be
Ihouqqpds of eettlers in Eastern Pre
go n. where (here are few no tf and
whefe grain will be rained on wha,t
iiro now considered pasture lands.
Tho directors of the Great Southern
uuderstaqd this, aud no doubt will
reap euery advantage possible In the
advancement f.t tho country. This
road will boa permanent factor of de
velopment, and while its northern
terminus will bo at The Dalies tho
point it) will reach south and east Is
yet to bo determined.The Dalles
. i, . sloner, at h;
Nelson Grewell, who was recently dm qtli.rigy i
mntrloit In Wnahlncrtnn. han retiirnnd f . bUlH:S.?.f
Vo h(s homestead
Mr. Grewell has ppt a good example
for tho muny brcbfelorb on the Plains
a,nd we hope they will profit by it.
NOTICE FOR PUllTitUATIOX.
DEPART Sf"S'C W THE' WTEKIOR.
' Ulitfed Statts Lajul Office.
Tlb DallcsJ'Ore.fSept. M, 1001.
Notice Is h'erebj) given that the follow
ing, named Ketll'-r hrn tiled tiolicc of In
teiitlon.to inrvji; Jl!i:si nldf in KUjUMirt of
his claim, ayil, tlir.t .iab proof will be
made before -DonMi; lia.- U. S. Commis-
Isofliee lit Madras, uregou, on
or Mix'eniDer. niuj, ioviv
:UIootn,f?tMi1dra. qrcgfjn.on j
V.. V,' V 7, . ! homestead entry iu.y., rorme nj-.m
with his bride, where 0f Section 11. Tp. 10.S., Range IS W. M. r
inake their future home. I names i ne ioiiowiiig wiuieses
Tho newness of our stock and the magnificent n.to
giyles displayed here hasvhrougiit fdrth man com
pliments from lucky shoppera who ' participated
l.a t week. I Special-effort ilia8ibeninade .tp collect
tho most desirable ajid up-tb'date-ling of mer-.
ohandise, and our price's ate so low they defy all
competition. ' v
Jttt rrivedA complete line -of Hardware; consfst
ot Hand Saws, Wood Saws', Axes, lauls, Wedges,
Grub HAes1, Steei- Bare; Cold OhiselsVFiles, Rivet
SetsV RlveteSteell Squares,1 Sules, iWrenches,.
laepsYire SCretcher Tog anfl Traced Chains,.
Clevises, Shovels, Locks, Hinges Sash Fas'tWers',.
TiolWMn aji' sizes. PLOWOLTS. CoirfpTete.
li he' of' tin and enameled wre, etc., all marked at;
prove Ills coiitiniintis residence upon nun
cultivation of. gald land, to wit: Calvin C.
Fox, Mui'S Fox, William Urownlilll aim
Georgo Ilranstetter.all of Madras. Oregon.
i Miciiaki;"!'. Noi.aN,
This Space Reserved for
SUCGgSSORS TO A. C. SANFORD.
S II A N I K 0, OUEGO N. '
When looking for areliableand com
forlable hack or. buggy don't overlook
the stock carried by .1. F. Morris, of j "A
L'rlnovlllc, ore. may are tnnnufuul-i
. . . . . I I... Ilin Tnww nn..Lun.l ...a l..t
mnnlullt, frtr tlftfi tvnalarrft l,ir!a f.1
ShanlkQ Warehouse Company !in
Be sure q,nd get our prices.
jesters and! Cook Stoves
"before "buying elsewhere.
L" "A lih'e fine'oV men's pants in, cotton and wool at
ftarh A1 Rn r.o S4.f)0 ner'TiAif. 1 .' ' .
B;estlihie,of UrTderwdar in pcook connty.
fie convinced. 1 '
Men's an4 Boys' Wtool Sweaters from 00c fo. $1.75?
You will pay one-third ihoVe dirfewhere1. ,''".. ,,
yei Yo.u Mopy.
iJ , 1W fliIiO
AU'ec, infant daughter of Taaao and j
Minnie Herler, was born August 21, :
1D03, and died October 2, 1901, at 3.30
p. ra., after an Illness of utmost a
month. All was done by her parents, 1
neighbors aud medical aid that was
possible to do, but our Heavenly
Father, who ilnetli all things well, saw ,
lit to transplant it from this world of
sorrow and disappointment to tlio )
Eden above. j
Little Alice is with the Angels, for
Jesus says "of such is tlio kingdom of
heaven," Their Ioph lu her gain.
"Dearest darling, thou linst left us,
And our loss we deeply feel;
Rut 'lis (iod who bath bereft us,
lie cun till our sorrows heal;
Yet again wo hope to meet thee,
When the day of life is lied;
And In heaven again will greet thee.
Whero no farewell tears are shed."
Fuueral earvloo couducted by the
writer, m. SU Bfanslutter,
Fred VapNorden, of Tho Dalies,
Ore., is fully prepared to qiako your
clock or watch as good aB new. His
work is fully guaranteed. Give him a
trial. Mall orders promptly attended
GENERAL STORAGE AND FORyARDINa
Special ati,Qntjipn. tp Wool Grading and Baling for Feat rn ship
ments. Dealers in Blacksmith Coal, Lime and Bufylcra Material
of all kinds. Sqlphur, JiVool nnd Grain Sacks an?l Twine, Grain,
Flour aid Fccth Higheai price paid for Hides and Pelts. Stock
i'ards w.Uh gll'the latest and best facilities for htrndjing StJck.
Mar.k Goods Oaro of
f T. G, CONDON, Manai
B.ear in mind tht,
Js I4endtuarters for Farmers and Steck-meii$
Supplies of till kinds. -Yr;to
us for special prices on yonr Fall
CONROY, SON & Co., Proprietors.
Eas 2d St,, The Dalles, Qfe,,
is alwavs at the bottom with Prices. Over SL0Q0
NEW DRY GOQPS
route to their Store. .. . .. Also 1,Q00 worth of
IStem Goods awiving uueekly,
Whore, oh whore, Is the new
down the hilt to Madras?
II, II. Curtis aud Rev. HI as liiul'tbblr
grain threshed last week, and were
quite weli pleased with the yield.
Mrs. Mortlmore visited her sister,
Mrs. John Peek, on Opal Prairie, last
week, She reported an eight pound
girl boru to. Mrs, Peek on Friday,
September 23.' Mother aud daughter
Dr. Snook stopped a few minutes at
tho homo of Mr. Mortlmoro Sunday
afternoon and helped devnnr a 20-lb.
watermelon grown ion Mortluiore's
Mrs. Phillips was out on tho Little
Rtv. Andrus, of Bako Ovoti, visited
friends here this week. ilo.ls'Iooking
.a a k 1 ,
ror land auu wnma to purchase a gooa
Beotlnu or two here.
Kirs. EIIIb is still busy raising monoy
with whioh to purohaso an organ for
the Madras Sabbath Sohool. flurolj
we all appreciate Mrs; Ellis unceas
ing labor in trying to accomplish this
end, 8 un (lower.
Halm's store is filling up with tho
atust style of allow, hats and genu
fumlshiug goods. Now Is the time to
UR Summer trade has exceeded our ex- . ,
pectations. We have determined not to
be outsold in fall and winter supplies, so
now Is the time to call and inspect tlo largest
fnd best Btock of goods in Crook county,
We are headquarters for everything needed by,
the Fanner and Stockman. We bily aiid trike 1 .
in trade Farmers' Products of all kinds. Write
us for figures on your fall and winter supplies,
WURZVVEILER & THOMSON
Prineville, .,, Oregon,
N 'tp.i.eir Store is .the. Bee Hire of good, things for Noxthein
Crook country, Why? Good goods at lowest priced anJ,
above al1, hpnest dealings.
L M. HAHN,
ELKINS & KING
GROCERIES, HARDWAR13, HOUSE FURNISHINGS and
SUPERIOR DRILLS, OLIVER PLOWS and BAIN WAGONS.
If you are looking for stale groceries don't corne to this
Store, We oarry nothing but frosh and reliable goods.
You will find in our stook of Gents' Furnishing GoodH
and Boots and Shoes a very complete iine at RIGHT
PRICES. Give us a call. , .
Five criilest fl. E. ot Oledrp.
THE DALLES NURSERIES
R. H. VBBER, Propiitor. Grower and Deal in
EVERGREENS, ROSES AND SHRUBBERY
HyacUths, TuHps, Lilies, Dahlias, Pennies, Etc.
TliE DALLES ORKGOb