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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1904)
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dndoxtcr hotel. Prlnovlllo. Ore.
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wlit'ii you can buy tliem at
jirlcoa of J. l. Morris, Prluc
meat onlera left with L. A,
will bo promptly rilled ovcry
ran khiuo day. Your patronage
fully (solicited. Hurry Doutlilt.
l buy your rail or winter sup-
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wheat and 00a iw.r buhhid for
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VanNordun, of Tho Dalles,
fully prepared to make your
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me, vyiu. xiiujr aiu juuiiuiuui-
tho Peero pcoiilound aroliulil
ly for tlio wiatern trade.
A, I'almehn haa beun elected
mi J)ou Men, Becrotary and
v iti niiiHTiv iiYnnnr .in ncunr. 111
ir 1111 Aittiirn -a a ranin ir ou nna.
hy. t Uuhu'fl livery
and feed b;rn,
Fresh, dollcloiiH tatTy
J' II. JonklUM, 0110 of Uayiiliiok'H
Hoflll olilzeiiH, tTa In 'own iaut week,
dratidpn AV'hlienor, Mm. 0. 0. Fox'b
faihor, lius litcn very HI during the
piiHt eok and lo not yet out of danger.
Frank J, Urooka' new blaolmffh
HhopdH rapidly noarlnjycomplotlwn and
When ftulaued will be u credit lo the
.7. It, Urown, of Haystack, and his
sister, MlfcA Lulu, wore victors ut their
inoinei'w, mth. i', 01. XJootn, near
(Hack Hiuitts, lust weok.
Urn, VAiuH Hlchaide, of 11-iyfltitok,
wa a recent visitor to Madras. Bile N
Viry enlhuliistlo over tho bright pros
pects for thlH ylojuity,
11. M, Jones ruliuucd from n freight
ing trip in the Slftters lust Saturday.
Ho reports everything us prosperous
in that thriving little city.
Lauru and Jetse Ishain are pre
paring to run 16 boarding house. They
havo bought tho necesfary furnlturo
and expect to bo open for business in a
Archie Mason has bought lots 1, 2
and 16, iu block . 12, facing ou Fifth
and II streels, wlioro ho oxnecls to
build a llrst-class liotol In tho near
future, Consideration. $575.
O. 0. lliches, postnfilco Inspector for
this district, was at Warm Spring uod
iMadrus Iho foro purl of the week look
ing Into matters pertaining lo Undo
R. Purrlsh, of Hayoreek, left a gou-
orous supply of winter apples at Tho
Pioneer oflleo last week. For flavor
and general apple perfection they are
hard to beat.
J. L. Drumuiond and family arrived
from Wuplnltla last week. Mr. Drum
mond lias rented tho Boyco property
and is prepared to feed teams tho best
of hay and grain at popular prloes.
Edward II. Dean, of IIuj creek, was
pleasant visitor at this oflleo last
Saturday. Ho has a well Improved
farm ubout three miles east of Young's
storo and Is kept busy nrenitrinir for
r. J. Malloy & Co. havo a force of
men nud teams excavating for a base
moat for their new geuerul merc'ian-
liso fltore on tho corner of Fifth and
streets. Tho now building will bo
80x60 and 24 feel high.
II C. Dove, ono of Agency Wains'
pioneer settlers, dropped in to see us
recently, fnd whl(e hero left a re
minder with us, insuring Tho Pioneer
aa a regular visitor to his homo for tho
Fon Sams Ono whllo walnut Book-
cqbo desik and dresser combined, $10;
ono feather bed, Ii,vo geese feathers,
price per pound, half market rate: 12
barred Plymoth Book cockerel", 60c
uch. "V. W. Gordon, Warmspring.Oro.
A. It. Eastwood, of Eastwood & Deo.
of Grlzzley, Ore., waB In town tho fore
iart of tho weok. He says that his
llrm is arranging to move and enlarge
the mill during the coming winter and
expeot to be able to make double tho
amount of lumber and of a butter
uality than they did this year.
ltov. O. W. Tripled, tho Baptist
mluister, of Prlnevllle, preached at
Culver last Sunday at 11 a. m., at Red
Rook school house ut 2 20 p. m. and
Madras 7 p. m. He has arranged to
preach rcgulurly at Madras every third
ftuuduy night and morning nud even
lug overy fifth Sunday In the month.
Ho invites all to attend that can.
J. IJ. Wludotn, of Culver, was a Ma-
drus visitor n UAy or two ago. Hois
pioneer in the Htjystaok country,
coming" Ihoro from Linn county 10
years ago. iio was tho lirst settler to
plant wheat In this country, and soon
iroved to tho many doubters that tho
fayetnek country was one f tbo best
grain belts on tha Pad lie coast, Ho
is very euthuslustla over tho prospecta
r Xiluurauuuu surrounding country.
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ward C. Pease
Thanksgiving: Linens, Silverware.
All the good things that go to make
up the Thanksgiving Dinner
80 cents a year
For the balance of the month Seventeen Rare Bargain Days
In order to reduce our big Fall and Winter stock before the bad weather and bad roads interfere with trade, we have
decided on this big sale and. are offering very liberal-reductions in all departments. System buyers who buy in quantities
for the price benefit will appreciate this sale . others will find it a money saving proposition, Buy your Winter supply
now. Fill up your larder and live happy all winder.
Write for Our New Price Sheet or call at the Store for Prices;
High class and pretty, priced low but now cut
to the limit in. order to sell them out before the
.season advances to the severe weather point.
HATS AND TRIMMINGS.
25 PER CENT. OFF AT SUPPLY SALE.
Our Holiday Coods are arriving daily and we
expect to make a big showing this year. Depend
on us for your gift bargains. Don't send to
cheap mail order houses. We can sell you first
class articles for little more than you pay them
for unacceptable trashy, gifts. .
Weather is approaching and
now is the time to buy your
WE HAVE A FULti AND COMPLETE LINE OF
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of Harness bofoi-e buying elBevyhore. We are head-
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Goods and Hardware of, all-kinds, Bullder's-vroa- .
terials.at lowest prices,
Watch thin space for t
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' Who vlll opoa for JUisinehs nbout Te-
J ccmLor ut, 1WI, on tho corner of Fifth J
nml C Htreots, Madras, Oregon.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
CAN BE FOUtfD AT
At Lowest Pricos for Best Goods,. 'From
our stock of ShoQBjHats, Gaps and Gents'
Garnishing Goods can sbe -seloctfl .the
Jatest styles and, host lit. Fresh ' and
rpuro 'Grdoorits of kll kinds, . " . ,
IN order to be convinced that our prices are the
lowest, you will have to writers for our wholesale
price list to.:Farmers and Stockmen for Fall and
Winter supplies. "We carry a large- and welL
selected stock of v y '
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Oils, Glass, and Family Supplies
Of all kinds, including
Comforts, Blankets, '
V; Tobaccos, Cigars,
Men's Furnishings, Etc.
Also a complete line of
0 G E I ES
Fresh, clean and pure. Also a complete line of
: STE.EL RANGES,. . :
; t ; ' COOK ?and HEATING STOVES,
SHELF , . Ai)1; BUILDERS' HARDWARE MATERIA L.
of all kinds, We are also agents for
- COOPER WAGONS,
" MoSIlDRRY GRAIN DRILLS,
, " SYRACUSE moulboard and diso Plows,
HARNESS and machinery of all kinds.
Send in your order and let us figure on it for you.
SAN FO RD & FITZPATRI CK
x MADRAS, ORE,