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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1904)
JDhe TQadras Pioneer.
Published every Thursday by
VTI1K PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.
Timotuv UnowNHiM., Mgr.
One year $1.50
Six mouths 1.00
Three months .75
AHVEIITISIXO IIATKS 0.V APPLICATION.
lintufcd as second clas4 matter August
;2(t, I'.tOl, at the Pnstoiilcc nt Madras, Ore.,
under the Act of Congress of March 3, 16d,
THURSDAY DECEMBER 1, 1P01
The Plo Supper.
Editor Pioneer: Last week
notice nppetirod in The Piojieer
that there would be a pie sup
per at the Madras school house
on the evening of the 20th inst.
It was there on time just as ad
vertised. The evening, how
ever, proved to be one of those
very loggy, dariv evenings,
which we occasionally have,
and perhaps all- of' it didrj't get
there, but enough to spend, n
'very pleasant and enjoyable
.After assembling I developed
thalthat it wn$. not only a pie
supper but a, meeting to de
termine whether or not wo are
to have aChiistmas tree, and if
so to make preliminary arrange
ments therefor. Upon the sub
ject being mentioned Mr. Hahn
and other leading spirits took a
firm stand and refused to do any
thing in. the matter until after
pie. They all consented, how
ever, to be entertained for a
G. "W. Truex, who has spent the puf t
month at Athena, Ore., ban returned
uud reports having bad a splendid
Andrew Vibbert, of Ageuoy Plain?,
1)9 returned from the Valley, and 1b
uow settled fur the wluter on his
Harry Hill, of Clarkes, Ore., is on a
visit to his brother, Melton Hill, who
recently bought the claim of Jaruts
Melton on the Big Plain.
Don P. Rea, who has been away on pleasant hour with music, both
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the most sought for man In town.; uruer, suuu us our iwiurab
W. G. Kiiiingbeck, of Culver, was a people are capable of, und was
visitor in this city Tuesday. While highly appreciated by all.
nero ne oought George ft. luok'e Then followed surmerrle
oration, $1,500.. ",wuuo uu"cc Vlv U,1U BUUU
Theodore Rieeer. of Chlcatro. Is visit- PleS eVelT 0ne a Prlze Winner.
iug 3ir. and Mre. B. Dombrowe, of Several of our bachelor friends
iittlo Plain. Mr. Rieger is well who were there went home de-
pleased with the country and will lo- caring if fate would only fav6r
cafe here in the near future. Li n .
mem may wouta yet secure- a
On Buuday, November 27, 1004, at
the home of the hridu's sister, Mrs. A
W. Boj'bo, occurred. Iho wedding oX
Walter O. Lltligow ftpd Miss Lulu T.
Brown, Elder C. A. BIup, of Madras,
olllciiitlnir. The coutruutliig parties
urc two of the most c-Dllmablu young
people of. the Haystnok country. Them
"vaaa very pleasuttt gathering of rela
tives of tho brldo and groom. The
ceremony wae pronounced at " o'olooU.
After the (iresoutntlon of numerous
and appropilate gifts a bounteous nud
qnjoyabla dinner was sqrved. Tho
'Pioneer Joins with their many friends
in wishing them godspeed. r
Be Sure and Rend 'flits.
Tho qhildren want u Christmas tree.
Ate you willing lo help them? Come
out to lue ectioui uoiue Saturday even
ing, December 3,' to u leap year box
supper, Tho gentlemen arc to fqrnlsh
die boxes and tho ladies to buy thorn,
The proceeds wilt bo devoted to a
Christmas treo fund. A good time
anticipated, Music- uud plenty of it.
By order of committee.
Gpand Masquerade Ball,
I' rank Kodman will give a grand I
Masquerade Ball on Friday night, De
cember 23, at McTaggart k Bye's hall,
.Madras. Good music. A line lloor.
Able managers. Goi.d supper. Every
Whon ready, for seeding you
. groundthis fall buy a
tkot. wii. vteWwsmrMemffiiMmjiLmnjn tarn
which has prnv
beat 'on' tho mn
the markot for
SEXTON & WALTHER, 7"'
Jos. T. Petevs
Madras pie maker. The enter-
B. LiUfl.nud II. W. Hamilton, oi
"Griizley. were recent visitors to this
city. They are well pleased with the tainment netted the committee
business prospects here aud if a suit- 5.60.
ao.e locauon can oe secureu win star. After u quickly
In hi!9iiioss in flip nnnr futiiro . x r J
, r, , t , , decided to have a Christinas
Why doesn't Crook county apply for , .
space at the coiniug fair? Crook tree aud tlle necessary commit-
county should be represented, and now tees appointed to perfect ar
uiuc iw wmmcuuo tu wur, rangemenis ior iJie same
JS?. :rttlp!euted aud Frank J. Brooks, Dr. Snook
James S. Ark ins, who was hurt In a
runaway accident near town ou No
vember 8th, is recovering aa rapidly at
can he expected. His wounds are now
about all healed, and except for oc
casional a tacks of delirium is on the
fair road to his usual state of health,
Chhrles Forsberg and Harry F.
and Mrs. Ellis were selected for
the general committee. They
will be ably assisted by an en
ergetic auxilary committee.
Prof. Fulton, Mrs. Dr. Snook
and others have charge of the
entertainment. The make-up
of the committees is such that
Will he paid for infoimalion leading
to the arrest and conviction of any
person who maybe found cutting or
taking wood off from Bee, 30, Tp. 10 S.
R. 13 E., W. M. II. P. Andrus, pro
prietor, or E. M. jjrortimore, agont,
Jake Gilliam, of Trout Cr. ek; C. Mc-
Pherson, of Hay Creek, and MiilerMe-
I'hereou, of Ash wood, were doing
business b!oro U. 8. Commissioner
Rea this week.
Madras Camp, M. V. A., No. 82ti.
iiiceis every second ami Tooriii satunlav
if each month at 8 p. m. Frank J. Brooks,
Console. XV. ll.diiook, Clcik. Visiting
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iieigiiuure cuniiiiiiy u:viiei io aiieiui.
Lela Camn. Hoval Nelulibon of A.
Meets every second and ltiurth l'riduv of
eacn miiiua ni a p.m. m. c. anooK, uranie.
j. m. iiaiin, lieeoruer. visiting nelgli-
carries a general line of Paints, Liuu',
Cement, Nails, Hardware, Builders'-
Muterlnls of all kinds.
THE DALLES, Ore.
Government Lands under
irrigation in Oregon are
now open for settlement.
For further particulars 45
0 lJKNi), UKKtSUX.
IK yon can ynvo 10c ; on overy dollnr, ln'l It to y
uuuiii in uu mi c u u unit huv j-mi nn, .,. .
muni IV 1. .Ia n a... I. ji. ...... ..:. . " I ''IIIHIM
" " viioii iiniiii-pn, Illl'Il'iOrU III C III H t&.
on to sol yon iv wlulorV supply of grocer mm
x'a that defy competition. Seu us before you btiy.
Ghas. T. Powne
THE DALLES NURSEI
R. H. VHBER, Propria or. Growtr and Dciltt fat
i apply to
EVERGREENS, ROSES AND SHRUBBE
Hyacinths, Tulips, LUIes, DshUas, Pesntes, etc,
Church, of Port Angeles, Wash., were lit insures success. Thev vrill
mauras p-isuors yesteraay. Mr. i?ors- howevpr. PYnpnt tn h
llirir'u u.Ifu nnnnmiiantiirl litm oirt I
expect to make their future homi. on "J iiiniiiuiai
their homestead in the Young district. an 'n tue near future,
Mr. Church is looking for a location dear reader, 3'ou should hear of
ami win also stay in or near Madras it another entertainment to raise
io u;tuecure u simauie uomesieau. m t . . ,
Aim. J. . Rnnitlulc nf Alhonn '
' I ! nH nnu nt. ! I l-w. . . . r. . . . 1 1
Ore., who has been visiting her daugh- "u ,T1V uc " pieas
ter, Mrs. II. H. Curtis, of Little Plain, anc ana social evening. JDad.
will leave for her home next Sunday.
Mrs. Bannister's comlne was fortu- Lost, on Thanksgiviug night, a clasp
nate for Mr. and Mrs. Curtis, as she purse, in which as a niece of m-mev
has been quite a help .to them during aud a receipt from the Baldwin Sheep
' uu ituuuiiu'iyu, to jouu raimain. A u v-
account of an accident. However, one findiui; Snmn will tin nultahlu ru.
Mr. Curtis is much better now so that
Mrs. Bannister will not be uneasy In
George R. Lpucks has been about the
. most missed man in town for the past
, few days. George went to Portland,
. and while there took the barber's ex
amiuation. He proved to the board
. that he was competent to shave in any
style, to out in the most up-to-date
fashion and to massage, heal damaged
. cuticle or do anything else necessary
to be done lu a fl rut-class barber shop,
such as be is running in Madras.
."Welcome home, George.
warded by returning it to John Pal-
mehn or The Pioneer office.
Home Fattened Beef
I am fatt.cnlnK a lot of young ea,ttle at my
iiiiu-ji nnu mn iruHrui o uoiivcr at yojir I
i!oor-!vury Tucxlsy choice cut. of hvet. In
any quantity, at farmer' jirlct-M. A portion
of your patronage I rvitjivctfull)' Hollclted.
Mi-at oriIcrn left at I.. A. Yuiing'x Store Mill
receive prompt attention every Tueciiny.
F. j. bhook;s
Sixth Street, Madras. Ore.
Will j)ay tiie highest qasli price for all kinds of
form produce. Butter, Eggs, Chickens and Vege
tables especially solicited. Choicest cuts and joints
of fresh beef, mutton and pork always on hand.
Game and lish in season.
J. W. JACKSON & CO.
Money JBaoAr f not"
SOW) ONLY II V
Rev. . M.Mortiniorc prea't lies in sclioo)
.house at 11 a. nu and 8 p. in. every fint
Sunday; Itev. G. A. Sias, second Sunday;
II. F. Jiorden leads M. E. claHS third Sub
. day; ltov. O. V. Triplett preaches fourth
Sunday. Sunday school at 10 a. m. each
Sunday. Edward M. Jlorttmore, anperln-
cudent. You are respeclfully Invited to
German M. E. Church, ltev. E. .1.
Tragllo, pastor. Sunday gohool at p.30
a. in., Theodore Harinagel, superintend-
out. l'reachfuK services at 10.80 a. in. and
7.S0 p. in.' 'Prayer iueet'lng every Wednes
day at 8 p. in. and Saturday at 2 p. in.
German school conducted by pastor.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. in.
jireachiuR every third Sunday at 11 a.m.
,hy 0. W. Triplett, bt llrinevllle.
AOKN'OV TI.AIN8 IMSTltiCT.
William Uranstetter, suicrlnteudeut of I
'Siuiday school. Sunday school every
Sunday atUrnoon at 2LS). I'rencldnir by
ltov. W. E. Fulf-'tiain anu others at Irreiju-
. t i - i
4111 port uus.
NOIITII ENI ni8TniCT.
Sunday school held at IUv. Dlodgett'a
residence In North Agency IMaln. ltev.
H. L. Bell, iuperlntendeiit; Pctt-r Vibberf
, assistant. Sunday schofel at 10.30 every
Sunday. Preaching at 11.80 a. ta.
HQ regwiar aHHOuncewi'ius.
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor.
Tab,lQ8 supplied with all'the 'delicacies of the season.
First-class Equipment. Fine Rooms and Beds.
Only Livery Barn on tue Denthute?. run in connection with the hotel. All tai?o
top at fhe hotel door Ke
N. P. POULSON
General Plumber i Tinner
Jiculcr In All KIikIh of
PLUMBING GOODS AND TINWARE
-Agon) for all kind of Harm Machinery, Blur
Inu Jlllln and ilfyuri rumpx.
Shaniko Warehouse Company
GENERAL STORAOE AND FORWARDING
Special attention to Wool G?ding and Baling for Kot rn ship
ments. Dealers in Blacksmith Ooal, Lime and Builders' Material
of all Vindi. Sulphur, Wool and Grain Backs and Twino, Grain
Flour and Feed. Highest prico paid fpr Hides and Pelts. 6tock
rds with all tho latest and best factttftyi for handling Stock.
Mark Goods Oare of
3. W- Co.?'
T, G. CONDON, Manager,
and Wagon Maker
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
AJ1 Work Guaranteed
Loucks Bros. wiH Boon have an un.
m to-dateetook of fMruHuro, wall' paper,
vw., ueorgo navipjif fleeted the atock
ELKINS & KING
wkuujskijss, UAKD WARE, HOUSE FURNISIIIKi
SUPERIOR DRILLS, OLIVER PLOWS and BAJN Vi
... TUE BEST ...
LIVERY AND FEED STAI
AT SHANIK'O IS
D, A. HOWELL'S
liood stock. Careful drivers. Best of hay and
UR 8uinmer trade has exceeded mir ex-
peotaiions. We have determined not to
be outsold in fall and winter supplies, 80
now is the time to call and inspect the largest
and best stock of goods in , Crook county.
We are headquarters. for everything needed by
the Farmer and Stockman. We buy and take
in trade Farmers1 Products of all kinds. Writ
us for figures on your fall and winter supplier
WURZWEILER & THOM
ESTABLISHED 2 YEARS.
PRINZ & NITSCHKE
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
FURNITURE and CARP
Matting, Rugs, Ourtains, Shades, Bedding;,
VIM? m fortlprt a few day (bo.