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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1904)
tEhe TQadras 3?ione$g,
Published every Thursday by
THE PIONEKll I'UBLliililXG CO.
Timothv Bitowxmi.L, Mgr.
One ear SI-CO
.six mouths....; ::.rr; 1.00
Tlireo months.'. . "3
AOVRTISINn "UATKS ON AVfl.K'ATlO.N
. Kntcrclns rcoud class innt'rr Aupisl
211, I'M, nt'llie Postotlicc at Miuiras, Ore,
- uutUr il.c Act of Congress cif March ,18il
' frnynsDAV XO.Y-EMUKn i
"We .certainly owe ail apology lo our
rentiers this week for the luck of locale
nod news of Interest. Our advcrtii-iiig
patronage luis exceeded our foudetd
expectations. Hence the congoRfed
.condition of the paper. However, with
U,ie Thanksgiving issue we linve ar-
. rngid lo enlarge, the paper one-third,
two-thirds o whh-b wi.il be printed at
home on the new 0, column Meal hand
cylinder press which hns been received
and upon which this issue is priuted.
Vltli the Thanksgiving Usue will ap
pear the first installment of the serial
story, "Toilers of the Columbia," with
which we are sure our readers will bp
II. II. Curtis received a painful in
jury last Wednesday morning by being
kicked by u horse on the right side
just over the region of the liver. Dr.
Buook is in alteiidiiuee.
T. A. Taylor hns hauled lumber with
Mliich to build a new house u lii
Much. Wc alio learn that he has pur
chased a fine Jersey cow. We wonder
Tjurnmj isn't iutending to get a
ppolj too, e h.ogp v. We would ad
vise all bachelors to get married as
S.9.W. "&pQfSihle as leap year is almost
The farmers arc nil quite busy get
ting their plowiug ami seeding done
before the ground freezes.
We notice several new heuues just
across the canyon on Round Butte.
We are glud lo see the country im
proving so rapidly, and think that in
a few years our couutry will be second
Jack Rybest?, of Grizzley, is erecting
a line sawdust cellar for Mrs. Perry
II. W. Lamson ha? rented t lie Wilson
property and moved to towu. Mr.
Lamson is now the popular counter
jumper at the Culver stoiv.
Dr. W. II. 8Dook, of Madras, wa
called to Culver one day Inst week lo
<evl J,e Burlier, who a seriouely
111 at the home of Jr. . Windotn.
Robert Osbarua U eiellug a com
fortable houtv an his homestead near
Culve". We don't think Bob is going
to live a bai helor's life mucli longer.
Thomas AMerdyce has been engaged
the last few days in building some
brick flues la the Culver store.
Miss Lilly Read has charge of the
Culver school this n i liter.
It is reported that t prominent mem
her of the Haystack baseba'l team
pawned a pair of ids neighbor's shoef
for the priee of a meal after the game
last week, and Dav Harnett says it
he don't get those shoes pretty quick
he'll tell the fellow 'e uamc.
Will pny tho highest csh price for all kinds of
farm produce. Better, $ggs, Qhiekena and Vego
tables especially olfoited. Choiocsl, cuts and joints
of fresh beef, m;y,ttQ& por always 6n"linndf
Game and lish in season.
J, W. JACKSON & CO.
When r,e,ady for seeding ynu
ground tlitat fall buy a
' UK A 1. Kit I.N'
If yon are looking for stale groceries don't come to this
store. We carry nothing btt fresh, and reliable goods.
Ton will find in our stock of Gents' rnishing Goods
and Boots and Shoes a Yery complete, line atlIGBLT
PKICfe Wi,ve ns a call. .; . . . .-. .;. .'. . .
miles E. of Oladfas.
R. H. VEBER, Propritf or, Officer and Dthr in
EVERGREENS, ROSES AND SHRUBBERY
Hyacinths, Tulips, UHes, Dahlias, Pconios, lite.
THE DALLES OREGON
ELKINS & KINQ
GBQC$RI?& IIARBWA HOUSE FURNfrlHNGS and
SUPERIOR DRILLS, OLIVER PLOWS and BAIN WAGONS.
Ppineville, .... Oregon.
Sir. Lee Peck and Miss Fruncr-f-Tucker
were united iu wedlock at the
home of Mr. and Mr7. John Peck, six
miles .northwest of Culver, on Opttl
Prairie, Wednesday, Nov. 9, fjKM.
Rev. K. M. Mortluiore, of the Little
Tho ceremony was performed at
high uoon, aftr which au elaborate
luncheon wan aerred.
Only the relatives of the contracting.
parties were present. The bride waa
beautifully drem-d iu cream silk or
gaudie, while the groom wore the cou
venuonai uiaeK. xuey received a
number of beautiful and useful pres
elite. Just one year ago Miss Pe&rl
Tucker became the bride of Mr. John
Peck, but as this Is the lust of Mr.
Tucker'H daughters we cannot expect
auoiner vinmar airsir.
Mr. and Mr. Peck villi he at home
to their many friends on Mrs. Peck'
ranch, on Opal Prairie, wlier Mr.
Peck recently erected and furnished
nice large residence. Wu wltdi them a
long and happy life. M. E. M.
Formaldehyde, the new disinfectant.
a euro preventative of smut in grata.
Now on sale at the Madras Drugstore.
UR Summer trade has exceeded our ex
pectations. We hae d.eeyM.uied not to.
be outsold in full ftftdj winter supplier, so ,
now is the time to call. and inspect the laigest
and best stock of goods in Crook county.
"We are headquarters for everything needed by
the Farmer and Stockman. Wo buy and tako
in trade Farmers' Products of all kind.". Write
us for figures on your fall and winter supplies.
WURZWEILER & THOMSON
PrineviHe, , t , v , Oregon.
Shaniko Warehouse Company
OENERAL STORAGE AND FORWARDING W
Bpccial attention to 'Wool Grading nnd Baling lor I'cBt-rn ship-
mcnti, Ucalera in IUacksmitli Ccal, Limo and Builders' Material
of all kinds. Sulphur, Wool and Grain Sacks and Twine, Grain,
Flour and Feed. Highest prico paid for Hides and Pelts. Stock ;Jj
Yaraa with all the latest and beat facilities for handling Stock. V?
Mark Goods Caro of
"S. W. Co."
T. G. CONDON, Manager.
ESTABLISHED 24 TEARS.
i ft ft
which has, proven lo bo tl o
best oi t,bo nt'trket. Wrltu
for cftlaloguo, and prico if In
t lie muiKct iffi tuiieuicni'
of any kind.
""Saa I W ' aflEl vtWrlS. r1HBHmHI
SEXTON Si WALTHER, idabs,o
Jos,. T. Peters
Lotice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given thnt the under
signed has been, by the County Court nl
thu State of Oregon fur Crook county, dul
tinvolnled administrator of Hie estntu of
John llnil lugs, dece.ind, mid all pernm
having claims against said estate an
hereby requested to present the t;ime,dul)
vorirltd, to said Administrator at the ofllce
of M. K, lirtak, Ju 1'rhievJh. Ore., with n
six moHtae fraw the date ef tlio first pub
IleatkiMof Ms etler. ' ' ,
Dm of Urst imbllcatlon of this notice
Nov, 17, mi Kl) KUTOHEIt,
AlwlnltrHtor of the Estate vt John Jiast-
Inifa, ieceacd. '
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PRINZ & NITSCHKE
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FURNITURE and CARPET:
Matting, Rugs, Curtains, Shades, Bedding, Etc.
The DALLES H0SP1T1
THE? DflliliHS, OfE,
carries a general line of Paints, Limy,
Cemeut Kullv, Hardware, Build-
era' Materials of all kinds.
THE DALLRS, Ore.
J Ir W tic, w
n i i i yit
; vjuvcrniuuui iaiius uiiuvt
? irrigation in Oregon arc
J1 now open for settlement. $t
For further particulars
uvuuuuivu ii iiguuuu u i v ii ui vvi w
A private IIojftai for tho treatment of nil medical and surgical riltJ
except suih as are contagious. Patient may employ their own PyHiJ
Training school fur Nurses In connection. For any information cotiteni
the same address Dr. FERGUSON & ItEUTEK,
Ixnig Dislaucc Tel. No. 871. the Dalits, OitgJ
F, J, SROOS,
. Blacksmith and
Sixth Stre, Madrw.. Ore.
GQ TO THE
MADRAS DRUG STORE
Druggists' Sundries and
A Complete L5ne of
Stationery, Jewelry, Etc.,
M. 0. SNOOK, Proprietor.
Rm BIJa Main 8trcat, MaJrB, Orrgon
"yiLL male your old furureand Yftl?J
look like new nnd will brighten up J
give new life nnd lustre to ycur floprs at nomJ
.Put up in eight colors and also Clear; M
Coat is sufficient. Can be applied by anvJ
It dries over night.
ASS FOB niSTBUCTIVX BOOStlT'AND COLOR CAW,-'
rOR SALE 9Y
IPynuratisnvn 10c on every dollar, Imi'I It to your
intcTent do so? Wc cut Nnvo you that and pciliaps
niorc. We do a catdi buhlnt'i., thricfore nru in a 1 .
hU Iiui to Kelt you a wlntcrV xupply of groceries at
prUxA that defy eotnpetlllou. Sco in befuroyou buy.
Chas. T. Powne
U PF71 h i
mm i rrw , , , rt
jFYoor ftAnt JVace.
Money J3afe f not"
BOLD ONLY 111'
For tho best quality of
DRY ROUGH LUMBER, I
Flooring, Rustic I Finishing Materia
Of ail kinclH go to
...the EfHAvi saw mmiaii...
Situated on Foley Greek, 12 miles eaat of Ilaycreck
. r 1 ft .1 ...
orore, uoou ,rous Knu .ucconimounuons. ... ;
Rough lumber, any $10.00 per tlioussaliil m
1x4-. iirst-ciast floorina;, any length, - 2C.OO "
IxG; " u " ' - $25.00 "
FinisltiagA lumber from $25,000 pr tiioutatul and 'm
For furlkcr. particulars addreas
CHARLES DERHAM, Proprietor,
JN. M. LANE
and Watfon Maker
HORSESHOEINO A SPECIALTY
All Work Quarantd
A COMPLETE LltfK'OF
CAN ( VOVVD AT
At Low?i Y" or Ro8t oods. From ;
our stopk of Shoes, Hats, Caps and Gents' '
Furnlshtn ' Ooocls can ba slcoted the
laltfst styes' ant best it, Fresh nnd
pure Groceries of il Jtlnds. 4 . ,
Krd.-OT-r, n:ti&VTm.xm and. aCwxaMM. .