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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1904)
"ifae SOadraa Pioneer.
Publfc-lxcd every Thurl.y by f .
-THE PIONEER PUBLISHING CO
Timothy Bnow5ttiu Mjcr.
John A. Hoflmau ha accepted a po
sition with T- J. Malloy &
Joe M&tnscb is digging: a well od bit?
h..rurtlead foatbvrest of town.
SUBSCRIPTION fJATEG :
Or rear , 1.50
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Tiire m-nibt .71
For Sale A fer pli-cwof furniture,
tame almi iiw, including clialu",
t.ibhrs bedUad, prings, etc; will
be tjald cheap fur cah Inquire at
Howard Blackerby sod F. C. Parker, j na.t. j
f the Agency Plains, were bulnif .
vhdiorv lf t week. J
C. F. DeLauo rtctullr mlcili bit '
WheD ready for n-erdlug yon
grtuud lblfall buy a
ATVEItnl KATI OX Jil'I'MCATIOX-
: ieed temtd elats wst'er AhkbiI
Sr JE9L at tixf Vftntfkc U Madras, Ore,
cer Mte Act f 0sie of Mxich 3, IK.
S25 Reward j
Will b paid for iitf juyajkm. leading
la the arrest aud conviction of suv ,
pillion with T. J. MUoy & Co. ou j,,,, wbo may te fnuud oultlug ot
account of bis bealtb,aud is now buyT,;ll-g woo.i wfr tom cc jq, T. 19 4
with bis team. jL 13 e, W. L II. P. Andrn?, pro-
II. C. Mon has fceqepied a position , prletnr. or If. if. Mortituore, agent,
under Koad Supervisor Ctuipbll and , Madnw, Ore.
to tujfce a better road
Jtr Cam, XI. W. A., Xe. SJ53--
TJIURAV XOVKMBEIl St. ifM
A. D. Tlwyer i digging a well fo.
in now helpin
If. H Mw-fcrr nrul famllr. nf Ttn
Dalle, have arrived and are now at f Mh Motb riSM. Krwfc J. IM. s 1
Jmtneouthe farm formerly owned by'col C. W. II. tk. Ckafc. Vittinpj
. .. .... 11. !...-. Mm.llalU lnt-ilMl fu lln.l I
Her. Itlocloxlf. on Arnnv Plain, ui . .
ablch bus jiroven lo be tl.o
lH.ft on tbe market. Wrllo
far catalogue and prlco if lu
j tl e market for Implement
f &y kind.
I Lla Cawn. IUral Xeielibor of A
uncievonn .Mayes nat moveu ins ,-.., V-i a(wt foar-.h Fri4l
?noe fcbop f tito a poitlou of tbe bulkJ- ? emeh Miiih i S p.m. H. K-Houk. Onui
it .1 r . .
ing now occujded by J. V. Jacko-ifc
meat market, on Fifth tree I, and it
I 34- liahn. Reorder.
t0r m fcwn.
SEXTON Sc WALTHER, iHE-DAL1-
W. . 3111b awl Jn Cortii ofTbeil0wPrfi,rttl do u kinds of boot
wtie rtcnt vbrftort loour lxr. ud th" reiiriog on thort notice. ;
Bvron Meeker anrt'lfr. Lb. of Ttu- O. P. Hu!s and W. II. Tulkeron, of '
IJaHt, are looking fr a location Dear iIor. were fnl vieitors to our berg.
liiey are jootiug me Miu&uon over;
with tbe view of locating here. We
"incerely hope that both of tbem Will
make tp their minds to make Madra
their future Lome. j
Harry iveeuan, of II.O"Crerk, was a!
Madras vlti?or Jatt Tuesday. Harry )
.ays that everything is lorely and tbe j
3ooe bangs high up tbeir wa$ Lots j
nrgrais, plenty ot nay anasiocK uoing
well. Father Hickey accompanied
Yesterday while Charle Robertson
was drilling wheat on . W. Jack&on's
farm the team ran away with the drill
and left it in a very dilapidated con
dition. The owner of tbe drill, V. S.
Williams, will doubtless conclude to
buy a new one.
rirvin F. Khutt hub jut completed a
'?it-tein 13 feet deep and 6 feet In
licmeter. Irrin has pipeo connected
from the eaves of tbe house to the!
Ger!d proibeck, general manager
of the Auto line, of Ittud, was a 31a
d.as visitor Wrdnealay.
W. II. Hnll, who bits Ltcn working
iwjar 3Iadras for fme mouths i-fet,
left for his home in California ihii
J. C. Wihou and J. W. Miller, of
Haystack, were ILjdnus vlaltort Wed
iitJar. 3Ir. WUeon is an expeJi car
iwnter and h'is tenrices sre in constant
A.J. Henneman, of Little Paldt'-
Ws a bufnts vistcr WedncnJay,
He ffc busy teeurlng grain, etc., for tht
S Milan) Tillman and family have
r-rrived from The Dulles, fully prepaml
to i-tay on tbeir h me lead south ol
town from this time forth.
si. S. Wllkius and family have jusl
srrived from Condon. He has taken
homeifead in the 3Iud Springs ilfetrie:
and will prove a valuable aistance lo
j. a. cidiiii, oi Asniona, Kantas, n-
here Icokiog fbra locatlou. He brough
bio family with him and they expert
to buy lot iu jladra and go iuto buti
W. 31. Cowherd and family, form
erly of Hood river, have arrived auu
are now at home on their hrmeatead
on the Little Plains, where they ex
jsect to make their future home.
W. s. Williams and family are now
at borne in tneir new houiseou theii
homestead on Agency Plains. 2Irs.
Williams is well pleased with tbf
hoiue, and, of courw, Walter will havt
. to be.
L. A.Young rras a busiceM visitoi
"Wednesday. He says that his well
.down to a depth of 50 feet, with eveo
indication of water. He expects lo go
down to water before he stops tbb
- - time.
Jj. H. Arensmeier and his brother,
D. F. Areni-meler, who have spent the
summer and fall in tbe hirvest field
of Sherman county, are now at homr
on their homesteads west of town,
prepare,! to put ia a good sized crop
the corning year.
William Harper came in Tuesday
from The Dalles and expects to spend
the winter ot his homestead neat
town. He will plow a lot of land and
prepare to put in a good big crop tbh.
winter and coming spring.
j Chris Harryrwho has been working
v during Ibe- summer months at th
Eastwood & Dee buwniill, is in town,
on his way to Portland. He has prop
erty near Portland, which be will sell
while there and Jf possible establish a
photograph studio In this city. He is
ca up-to-date photographer and we
fchall be glad lo see him locate bere.
John Isham's many friends have
preailed uponhiui to open a feed yard
and stable and run the same in con
nection with the boarding house soon
lobe opened by his daughters, Jesse
and Laura. In consequence (hereof
John will soon bave the old stand
ready for business and he confidently
expects a liberal patronage from his
Aij exciting lime was had Tuesday
afternoon Just as the. children were
leaving school. G. W. Hardy' team
became frightened and lau away.
. Fortunately tbey broke loose from the
wagon the first tiling and proceeded to
circle around the block between Fifth
ami Hixth and 0 aud.U streets, The
school children scattered, men ran,
au l women scurred 4o and fro trying
to get the children out of the way.
The team were determined to run,
hugged the drugstore, Jumped a wood
) lie, outran the men and appeared to
enjoy the race; one man caught a line
and was jerked down; then J. L.
'.Drurnmnnd caught a lino; another fel
low caught at it and fell; The Pioneer
Jarcb caught on with Drummond,
t,moro help came, and with men in
front ot them, men behind them, men
to the left of them, aud men to the
. right of them, they were stopped, on
that same old woodpile. Jt was the
talk of the town for h llltla. while, but
, there was nothing broken or lost and
Iadr8 .Mgalu proceeded to saw lumber
T n TTiWT i
Jos. T. Peteps
Home Fattened Beef
I in ftttcnlnir a lot of rouns rati)? t ray
rnch eail am i-rtpartnl to deliver tl your
"luort-Tery Tnrs 1 y -ho W cut of brof. in
anr quaniitf. at tartuer' prica. A iinIou
oi yttui j.otronapc if rei-eclfullr sjlirlll.
jislern aud is now looking for a man
lo make it rain and save him the job
of hauling tvater.
V.. E. Guerin, Jr., pawned through
'own Sunday evening on hifc way ti
be Bend. We hope to be able to In
duce 3Ir. Guerin to deliver a lecture!
ipou some popular topic to our people
ome time during the coming winter.
He is a pleasant aud plettsing speaker
nd we are sure our folks will be
pleased to hear him.
N. M. LANE
carriea a general llnp of Paititp, Lime,
Cement, Nail, Hardware, Build
ers' 3faterials of nil fclnda.
- - - Ore.1
It BF srf1 -W? "V 'Jf- JjfOV1 W AT i
Government Lands under
' irrigation in Oregon arc
1 now open for ssttlemcnt.
i for further particulars
j A private Hospital for the treatment of all medical ami Mirglcal
except such as are contagious. PailenU may employ tlielr own P
Training school for Nurses in connection. For any information cot
. a . .
inefauewiUKM DFEUGCSON & HEUTE
Lonar Dinlauce Tel. Ko. 671. 1 he Dalle 1. 1
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
AH Work Guaranteed
Will pay the highest cash price for all kinds of
farm produce. Butler, Eggs. Chickens and Vege
tables especially solicited. Choicest cuts arid joints
of fresh beef, mutton and pork always on hand.
Game and fish in season.
J. W. JACKSON & CO
f -i? 4f rW v n. w
8iz& Street, Madras. Ore.
WE can save you money on Groceries, fresh, clean
and pure Flour
"Scott's Best" -at $1.40 per Sack.
Notions and Patent Medicines. Boots and Shqea
and Farmers' Necesities of all kinds. New, and
large stock at right prices. Call, examine and be
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 the largest
and best stock of goods in Crook county.! "'"
We are headquartersfor everything needed by
the Farmer and Stockman. We buy and take '
in trade Farmers' Products of all kinds. Writo
us for figures on your fall and whiter supplies.
WURZWEILER & THOMSON
Shaniko Warehouse Company 1
GENERAL STORAGE AND FORWARDING 3
Special attention to Wool Grading and Baling for Fast -rn ship- tl
ments, Healers in BlackBinith Coal, Lime and Builders' Material K
of all kinds, fiulplnn;, Wool and Grain Backs and Twine, Grain, M:
Flour and Feed. Highest prico paid for Hides and Pelts, fitwlr w
Yards witlrall the latest and best facilities for handling Stock,
Mark Goods Care of
"S. W. Co
T. G. CONDON, Maneer.
5 TTT 'l Mii-lV-i J
'wis ffi wImsR (ll )-
Money jBocc ff not"
SOLI) ONLY BY
lh you can ?.nve 10c on every dollur, Iim't It to yrur
Intcrvnt to do no? HV can v yoii that aud pel liars
niore. HV do a ciwli liunlni-w, thfrrfdn' are m 1:0
Sitlon to aiel you a nin'er' nnp1 of giocfrle at
jincci tbat defy competlilou. ie us beforo you u.y.
as. T. Powne
R. IL WEBEA, Proprkior. Grower and Dxl la
EVERGREENS, ROSES AND SHRUBBERY
Hyacinths, Tulips, Lilies, Dahlias, Peonies, Etc
THE DALLES 01
ELKINS & KING
GROCERIES, IIARDAVARE, HOUSE FURNISHINGS
1 FARM MACHINERY.
SUPERIOR DRILLS,, OLIVER PLOWS and BAIN WAG(I
Ptrinevillc, . . .
ESTABLISHED 24 YEARS.
"Yes cir, that's the place the Royal
Tailors, of Chicago. They.arc the boy
ior my money. Nobody "dresses any
better'n I do when I'm dre.ined up
MtA nobody geUciliefr clotlica any
;hcapern I dM
We eirry lh Roal' pih ,
and iutumtr llo In all IU tun
plUfl. All f.rmni nadt
t welfare, 5t(iiacli9a w4 m
PRINZ & NITSCHKE
Wholesale and Hctall Dealer hi
FURNITURE and CARPF
Matting, Rugs, Curtains, Shades, Bedding,
udjiii lv aJIs urpf yfcri.