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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1904)
I (.Qgftlt HAPPENINGS.
Ml largn uAgprtment of perfumes and
ct artlptyajust in hi iuunoy's.
tint Rrrlved, a now Hue o, all kinds
mvclryi itf tlio Mjuinw Ajjug- more
m. Oiamer and II. A. Poster, of
novlllo. were Minims visitors, on
IfouuR tndii, make your bent girl a
Bias, present of ho mo of the per
rH'B Bold at Mftlloy's,
ust received, n supply of the popti
E "Lynx Brand" nliooa for women
II children nt Mulloy'a.
IVIien In I'rlnevlllo don't forget that
IirBolf nnd.'fatnlly can get the very
It of overylliing nt tlio 1'olndexter
Kvaiik Hodman will glvo a grand
Inqticrndo Ball Friday night, Do
Inber 23. A lino time In nticl
ted and everyono la Invited.
)r. L. D. Tdleinan, dentlet, of Moro,
o., will ue Ip Madraa ready to do any
El all ltlndd of dental and bridge
Irk on or about December 1, 1004;
if you are looking for a Xmaa. pros
It for your beat girl don't forget that
lu can get Juhi what you are looklug
r at the Madras Drug Btore.
ftVlieu looking for,, a hotel the first
UK yoikdldiik of In modern equip
puts, etc. You will find all theno at
Li'olndexter hotel, Prluevllle, Ore.
by pay exceaolve prices for win
ma, doom, bhinglea or bulldera' tun
llnlu when you can buy I hem at
;ht prices of J. P. Morris, Prlnc
II. Bruner, fpreiqap of (bo C..B.
In. Fo.'u uhopaatBhaulko, and Tom
Hun, both of Bhauiko, were recent
iltorp. Mr. Bruner Is looking for a
Don't buy your fall or winter sup
lea without getting our iirlces. We
e prepared to make apcclal figures on
irge orderrf for furmera and stockmen.
IF. MorrlB, Prluevllle, Ore.
Fred VaiiNordcn,t of TJho Dalles,
to., la fully prepared to make your
Dck or watch aa good as new. Ilia
jbrk 1h fully guaranteed. Glvo him a
. Mall orders promptly attended
rrank M. Melton baa disposed of. hip
orentfl on Agency Plains to 8. T.
idrua, who baa ecripped the land,
;J ezpeota to make his future home
ong us. Mr. Mellon has not de
ed what he will do as yet.
iVheu looking for a reliable and corn-
able back or buggy don't overlook
slock carried by J. F. Morris, of,
novlllo, Ore. They are manufuct-
d by the Deoro people and are built
dully for the western trade.
father Mickey says that the Cutliolio
omination will commence bjllding
Ruircb in tills city next May. He
Ha that Madras is destined to bo the
n lug town of Central Oregon and
' people propose to get in on the
V. 1. Zell Is now at homo on hla
inestcad uoith of town. Bl oM-
f' ed as devil In The Pioneer olllco
Ing the rush last week, and cer
uly did his part uobly. Wo are in
bted to him for his assistance lu
ire than dollars and cents.
Mrs. J. H. Jackson and daughter,
s May, of Tlio Dalles, anil Mrs.
fia M. Lamb, of Moro, speut Thanks
ring on the Jaoksun farm. Mrs.
pkson will make her home with J.
;on the farm. Mrs. Lamb aud Miss
skson returued to. Mom the fore part
S. P. Clarke, of North Yakima,
isb., arrived op his homestead this
ek, accompanied by Mrs. Clarke
I the children. They have confe to
y and expect to make an aggressive
tffare on sagebrush and sod, y&i
ring for a gcoUsised crop next year.
. iHarke brought a coop of very
9 white Plymoth Rock chlakeusand
II do an extensive business In rala
: blooded ohlokens for (Ue market
II show purposes. s
Phillip Hastle, cf theMud Bprlnga
district, was a recent visitor to our
berg. Mrs. Hustle ia at present visit
Ing friends in Markbam, Ore., but will
be homo In tlrao for. the holidays.
It. Parrlsh, ol Hay Creek, hsa bought
two more lois in Madras. Considers
tlon, $250, Mr. Parrlah knowa a good
thing whpn he seca If, 1 1 once. Ills desire
to securo all' tlio property hero ho can.
Tho County Court awarded the cow
intui lor uumuiitf me nritlgo serosa
Willow Creek, near Ihlacity, toElklns
&IIarbln, of Prlnovlllo. Tho price la
$48j, tlio bridge to bo completed by
Juuunry 1, 1005.
George Osborne, of Culver, is cspo.
dally well plcasod. Just now with a
picture, Juut received, of liia father and
two of his friends, who were the first
oommlsslonora, of Greenwood connty,
Wi O. Duxtop, eon of O. L has lo
cated on a homestead north of town
and la preparing to build and feuco his
claim, He Is well pleased with tho
couulry and will use every cllbrt to
assist lu Ita upbuilding.
William Ellis, of. tho Little Plains,
and C. L. Lowther, of Culver, are on a
business visit to The Dulles. They will
bring back Mr. Lowllier' household
goods; also tho organ recently pur
ohaaed from Mr. Lowther for the Ma
dras Sunday school.
W. It. Brown, of Tho Dalles, has
been assisting W. A. Maddron In
bringing bis rurally and household
goods out, Mr. Muddron bus a home
stead near Madras and expects to
spend tho balance of his days iu this
William Brownhlll la buay building
good-sized burn on bis homestead.
H3 hiiB also hauled a largo stack of hay
and nt raw, made Improvements to his
residence, bought a now cook slovo,
and from present annearancea Is ore
paring to qytertaln hla friends when
the expected happens. We extend
congratulations lu udvanre.
8. II. Edmondson, of Dufur, who
has a homestead on the Big riajn
was in town a few days ago. Sara
says no will move out Into in the
winter or early In the spring. Ho is
tho right kind of folks, and while we
know, the Dufur pcoplo will bo sorry
we are more than glad h
14" Ji . ! J
ito among us.
across tho Agency
last week Mrs. J. L F-aiond and
deut. Iu coining uv T3j
the horse becumo unmanageable and
u couscqueuco thereof the horse,
buggy and occupants went over tho
grade. Mrs. Drumrhond and baby
wero thrown out but not seriously
W. D. McGue, of Salem, who bus
been hero representing tho nurseries
of thut place, lefi the faro part of the
weok for Condan. Ho expects to to
baok iu tho early spring with his fum
ly, when they will build aud muke
many improvements, among wlilcl
will be the starting of a nursery. Thi
will mean uiuoh for this country and
we shall be glad to seo tbo new Indus
try spring up.
G. L. Puxton, tormerly of Oregon
City, who bought the relinquishment
otJobn Johnson lu eestions 7 and 18,
Tp. 10 3., It. 14 E., is busily engaged
on bis farm aud already has a now
houso 14x20, lJa stories, also a now
barn 14x20. He also has tho neces
sary wlro aud posts on the ground to
fence tlio whole place and will soon
commence plowing for a larue winter
aud apritig crop. We are glad to have
ear. rax ion amougue.
An winter ana com weampr is ap
proaching coyotes are setting thick.
Chris Harry saw it In oup bunch, W.
Terril saw II, H. Coohlln and Timothy
BjowuUIII saw 12 romping aud play
iiur together, and other people brim;
iu reports of a similar obaractor. Some
think that the coyotes band together
for the purpose of hunting Jack rab
bits. Tuere may uo some reasou in
this, aa it Is said the Jack rabbltB are
upcoming more scarce.
fold Weather is approaching and
now is the time to buy your
WE HAVE A FULL AND COMPLEX LLNE OF'
An up to date and fresh Btook of rubber and leather.
"vkrroai. xi Tfiu pay you to inspect our nevr hiuck
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Ul Trness oerora buying eJsewliere. yve are head
quaru., for Qrocorje8 ftU up.to-dato Dry '
Gooas anv TrdwRr of ftU klndg( Bullder.a
The EM C. Pease Co,
' SHANIKO, ORE. .
80 cents a
Thanksgiving Linens, Silverware.
AH the good things that go to make
up the Thanksgivings Dinner
WINTER SUPPLY SALE
For the balance of the month Seventeen Rare Bargain Days
jn order to reduce our big Fall and Winter stock before the bad weather and bad roads interfere with trade, we have
decided orj 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, Bay your Winter supply
now. Fill up your larder and live happy all winter.
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 he severe weather point.
HATS AND TRIMMINGS.
25 PER CENT. OFF AT SUPPLY SALE.
Our Holiday Goods are arriving daily and
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 han you pay them
for unacceptable trashy gifts.
Gmnd Winter Supply Sale j
A Watch tltf k Kjiavo for 4t
ADVKHT1SEM KXT Of
i McTaggart & Bye
Who will oju for Buli(M about Dc
comlH-r lnt, IBOlon the corner of Fifth
find C trctM . M il rax, Oregon.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
OAN BE FOUND XT
At Lowest Prices for Beat Goods. From
our stock of Sho.es, Hats, Gaps and Gents'
Furnishing Goods can be seleoted the
latest styles and best lit. Fresh and
puro Groceries of all kinds. . . .
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 Stockmen for Fall and
Winter supplies. "We carry a large and well
selected stock of r-jr- v.
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,,
Oils, Glass, and Family Supplies
Of all kinds, including
Men's Furnishings, Etc,
Also a complete line of
Fresh, clean and pure, Also a complete line of
HARDWARE, including '
r , - COOK and HEATING STOVES,
SHELF. AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE MATERIAL
of all kinds. We are also agents for
; : j .? MoSHERRY GRAIN DRILLS,
SYRACUSE moulboard and disc Plows,
V HARNESS and maohinery of all kinds.
Send in your order and let us figure on it for you,