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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1904)
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echoo (tifljlteb'tct ctfi., ust urrlvcil
ut Ahtlrn Drijj 'Store.
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AUJ 400 bufllielH Inrito potft
oOo per ck. Andrew Larscn,
Klondyko Nufgota nnd oilier
sermons punclied lant Eundity
city, by Hov. 0. A, Sifts wero
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,010. xouwiii iiu iniiuirfunij A racftt on,er8 ,cft wUlj L A
tludexCer hotel, I'rlnovlllv, Ore. ycum will bo nromntlv lillfd ovnrv
u wauta walch or olber articles jTucwluy. .Wngon will qalj ou cIiIzuk
llnoofKOod Jewelry cull at tlio , of Madras eatae day. Your nnlrouuco
You'll have to'hurry If joii want' to
net noma oi , viijoso, uaraius in ury
goods at IlnlinM "' '
Wanted (-qrj1lo.aqfc(a8 companion
and BBttlfitunt In small inlly and at
tend school.' Utq ofC!. F. Doluno
Madrnf, Oro. ' '
IlUbbor goods depreciate with nfje.
Ilbhti'd liavu luat arrived from Hie
factory, nre up lodaVe uud made of
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mo uest muienui.
A. 13. Hitmniotuljlsj (own looking
aiier wo imercsis ortiiio xnwnui'e Co.
llo Is well pleased with the progress
Madras Is mivklnp,
When lu I'rluevUlp don't fprgct (hat
yourself and family enn'get tlio very
best of everything 'at tjjo Polndexler
hotel. ' '
Archio Mason, tjc contraclor, has
bought lots and expects to build n
large hotel in tho near future. Mr,
Mnsoit Is deliclttcd, h .the outlook
for business in Madras.
Willis Fields Is digging a new woll
fur L. A. Young. lerda Is a
practical mining man and. an expert
well digger, and will doubtless go to
water l' a very short time.
Why pay excesvlvn rjrces for win
dows, doors, th I titles or builders' ma-
torhtls when you can ltiy them at
iaph 14 mi irivii riiur unii'i . it in
Preston, who hns a homeitead
M luif vuur fall or winter Biin-
respectfully solicited. Horry Douthit.
H. I Conroy left for Tho Dalles a
few days ago, Mr. Conroy expresses
himself ns well pleased .with Ujo treat
ment received while In re and says (hut
from a visit to Oreuon City and j,iH company expects to build a mill
1 h house aud made other Im- that our citizens Will be iroi:d of.
The Madras Townsltu Co. was or
ganized and articles of incorporation
Ithout getting our prices. We ' atoned and filed with the County Clerk
pared to make upeelal Hgurts on ;0f Crook county and Secretary of Q;ate
the foro part ot this wcclj. The in
corporators aud stockholder ar A. I
Hammond, John A. Pulmehn and Don
V. Ran. Cpllal stock, $p,0Q0.
Qeorgu Iouckf, Jirulor member of
the firm of Louoks Bros., left 'for Vort
laud via The Dalles last veka At the
DalleB ho will lake the bjtrher'H ex
ainlnntioii. In Portland '111 pur
chMueiiHouk of furniture aud uuilfr
taklug imwIh, to he brought To this city
at the uurllfHi poDslble moment.
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rders for farmers aud stockmen.
f..vrt ll.lnwlltA O rt
Lone rinn Trading Co. will pay
wheat and 60c per bushel for
cnth and half merchandise.
ther portlculara call or write to
ve at Prlnevllle, Ore.
VuiiNordeii, of Tho Dalle,
fully prepared to make your
r watch as good as new. Ills
i fully guurunteed. (live him a
Mail orders promptly ntteuded
T. J. Mnlloy Is very happy Jut
her biqther, Henry Coulillu,
. All A.
j nil Arriveu irons Atucrui iiu
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! luck or buggy don't overlook
y tliu Docrc people uud are built
Itt Trw I 1 1 rk tfd at I ntl tlxwln
MaJrn Towunlto Co. has tlio
on tho ground for a modem
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in 1 1 1 1 1 1 it. iii iii4 i i ii nnnciHi i h
otieer building on the corner of
nnd D streets. The building
lOx'JO, two stories aud will bo
Modem Woodmen of America
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vis nun. jMuiiruH. un TiiankH-
night. Ooml music. Finesup-
fei en i .it....
mil nliaiirnil li:wni'limli u-i.7.
Come aud bring your friends.
stock $60,000, with headquar
Madras, were fllml this week.
itz, president; II. F. Deltzel,
Mr. J. M. Homey is sopnding a tew
days ou the farm at lluyataok.
Mr. and Mr. Frank Rodmau, of
Haystack, were recent visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Kiltlugbeck, of Opal
I'ralrlo, spent a couple of days lu town
The ladles or the Mvtho4is. ohurch
will give a big Thaukpglvlng dinner
in the near future. A good dluueraud
Jolly time Is expected. Everybody Ib
Invited to eat and be thaukful.
Born, to tho wife of O. Q. Gray, of
rriuoviile, Oct. 21, a son.
The Crook County High School has
moved Into tho new building aud the
work Is progressing nlrely under the
prluclpalshlp of A. .0, Strange. Miss
Marshall has resigned her position In
the Ouhceco tchool to assist l'rof.
8trange. She hns charge of the ninth
4.t..Mi? .nilll, 111. If . 4li AU. OJiW.
Mcelsevory second aud fourth Sntunlnj
of each uioiith ntH p. in. Frank J, ltrookn,
Consul 0. W. 11. Snook, Clerk. Visiting
ueigunors conuaiiy inviieu to nucmi.
Lula Cnuip, Roynt Neighbors of A.
Meets every second and fourth Friday of
. t.itit wiiiii m I ill vjiiuum vi i v. i v
vuuiojrri:vreiury nuu jia at. Iiniili, Jlccontftr VISllUUJ HCIglt
C. Pease Co.
Lor i welcome.
Weather is approaching and
now is the time to buy your
we have a kOll and complete line of
All Ui) tn flnlA ntwl fra.l. alnnli- nf
uiiLiirui . w lis r ti ir inii m n a -rcn w n aiv a rf i n r
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Uanora fOl l)lir dmnnrlan ntifl nn.tn.rlnta Tirv
Oooda and Hardware of till klnde, Builder's ma-
Thanksgiving Linens, Silverware.
AH the good things that to make
up the Ttfyanksgiving "binner
80 cents a
WINTER SUPPLY SALE
For the balance of the month Seventeen Rare Bargain Days
In order to redncc our "big Fall and Winter stock "befure the bad weather and bad roads inteifere with trade, wo have
decidedpji.thls,big.sale and are offering very liberal reductions iu all departments. System buyers who buy in quantities
for tho price, benefit will appreciate this sale; others will find it a money saving proposition. Buy your Winter supply
Y nn -i it? 1 lf
Fill up your larder and live happy all winter.
Write for Our New Price Sheet or cal
at the Store for Prices.
High class and pretty, priced low but now cut
to tc limit in order to sell them out before the
season advances to the severe weather point.
HATS AND TRIMA1INOS.
25 PER CENT. OFF AT SUPPLY SALE.
Our Holiday Goods are arriving daily and we
expect to make a big showing this year. 6epend
on us for your sjft bargains. Don't send to
cheap mail order nouses. We can sell you first
class articles for little more than you pay them
for unacceptable trashy gifts.
PROVE IT. .
Grand Winter Supply Sale
GOOD GOODS ONLY OUR PRICE THE LOWEST.
QUALITY OF QOODS CONSIDERED.
You are respectfully invited to inspect our new
and complete stock of goods. Wo have been for
months preparing this grent display of mer
chandise, and the correct wearables for fall and .
winter are being shown in profusion. Everything
is seasonable, everything is new, everything is the
best of its kind Merchandise that will please,
merchandise that will insure the permanent pa
tronage of those who buy it. We do not exag
gerate, we never misrepresent, and we guarantee
Neat, durable pants, worth $2.00, - - $1.50
. All wool pants, . - $2.75, $3.00 and $4.00 .
, We are ngents for Selig Bros. & CoM wholesale
tailors, and can make you a suit to order for
$11.00 and up.
Men's work shirts, the 75c kind, .00
Men's Negligee shirts, the $1.00 kind, - - .75
Men's black sateen shirts, tho $1.00 kind, .75 .
Men's blue flannel shirts, the $1.60 kind, - $1.25 .
Men's wool sweaters, - - - $1.25 to 12.25
Boys' wool sweaters, .... 75c to $1.25
Largo pencil, 05o
Ink tablets, 6o, 10c, 15c, 25o
Lead PencilB, - lc i
Slate pencils in wood, , - - - 2 for 5c '
S0EIOOL BOOKS and TABLETS.
Wo save ou money on farm maohinery. Wq
have on hand walking plows in steel and cast,
sulky and gang plows, both dlso and moulboard;
harrows, dlso harrows with 12, 14 and 10 disc.
Hoosier Drills, Mitoheli Wagons, Buggies, Hacks.
We Save You Money.
T . J . VI RlihO Y
IN order to be convinced that our prices are the
lowest, you will have to write us for our wholesale;
price list to Farmers and Stookmen for Fall and,
VYinter supplies. We carry a large and well
selected stock of
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,:
Oils, Glass, and Family Supplier
Of all kinds, including
Men's Furnishings, Etc,
Also a complete line of
Fresh, clean and par. Also & complete liae of
8 TRK L RANGES,
COOK and HEATING St6vK8,
AKTl nTTTT.TVP.Pa TT A "RTlW A "RU. . MATTG1PT A 'ft
M14 V 4 V f MAIM AA. JL 1VJ. 4A' JL-
of all kinds, - We are also agents for, v
k MoSHERUY GRAIN DRILLS,
SYRACUSE moulboard and diso Plows,- .
HARNESS nnd maohinery of nil kinds.
Send in your order aad let un figure on it for you.
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