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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1904)
hz IQadras "Pioneer.
PuMfolied every Thursday by
-TJIR PIOXEKIl PUBLISHING CO.
TutoritY Bkowxhill, Mgr;,
LITTLE PLUS BOTES.
Father tikkcy's Lecturer.
' Wo are in receipt of an Interesting
I Some parties were wandering around t frm tt r 7. Hickcv. in
jnut here w Tew day ago ami Iw whidi hemiinounprt that he will vhdl
jhear4them say Hiat they ha.! noticed prflievie ami the Bend thin week,
an a.I. fti The Pioneer f..r a lost Sun-(celebrating 3Umbi.iI leeluring nt Bend
tlower, ami as I happen to he one of 1 Y.Hr'i Duv. Ttrtuiit k soon
subscription rates: those plant thought it might hemy- , ibereafter at PiineUIh. Borne of Liu
One year $UO!rlf t which ticy were referring. ' uj,e0(B wjjj be:
When rea.iy fur (setHngf our
ground thU fall buy a
Although the recent cold and enow
' 1 ttatl caused my leaves to wither and
j fall, nml my head to droop, and I had
AiiVBirrisuro katka ox application, (oat my beautiful golden cnrls ?, 1
made n srreat rllort to stir myself, and,
'-The Blessed EuoharM, and Is
Christ truly and really preoent llierc?
What Catnollclty and- Pndestaniam
tench and bold oir thla august sub
Entered as second class mat er Angiut summing up tH my strength and Bible and what is Us sphere lu
W, IWtf at til? Piwtoffiec at Madras, Ore. j courage, I cried: "Here I am. Are you 1 christluity "
nnttor the Actof Congre. of Mareh 3,1579. lookUliS for me?., ..y," they ie- ,.Catl,c Customs and P.actlccs."
. f plied. "You are requeued to give an DIt, Chrj!.t n,,, cn tn,lh B
THURSDAY DECEMBER 23, 1901 j ncennnt or yourself and cm-1 ,aIKjb!e vhdhla tribunal with abso
mon'ty a' headquarters." But I b! ,ute power and juriidlotlou over sin
... to be excused from peronl appear- j ftl i sf.r -!
How Prohtb.t.on Made a nce ,he , bh tm ,,,,,, fnm a,,
Dead Town of Milton gentle rajs to thaw me out, so that I !
' t t 1
Milton, DcC. IS. Talk about Wrnisemy orooping neau, a.-
beauty, I shall at least try to move m.vihiah mktimct.
and let my-votce be beard occasional K'' H.rntlprea- I.chIii clioot house
. tat II a. m. and 8 p. ni. every firt and 4th
Jy- Sunday; Bev. O. A. Slas, second tiunday;
We all had a merjy Christmas and II. t. Itonlen lead-t M. !.clx s third Sun
hoping for a Happy
Osle Bar'on, pon of Ire. Fanny
Barton, nas just arrived from Athena
and expects to run the plow on his
day murwnft; ISev.O. W.TripIett preaclie
third Sunday evening and fifth Sunilaj
morning and evening. Sunday school nt
Hi) a.m. f.iclt tiaudav, Ktraiil 31. Morti-
more, suteriiiteti.Ieut You are rcspic -frtiiy
invited to attend.
MUTHOnjST TIIM. DliTUJCT.
German M. E. Church, He v. E. J.
Kock U-bloson is erecting a very ' iri''lu ' lK,"H,r- '"" '""
. . , , , , , , . a. in., rltelore llarlnagel, superintend-
comfortahle residence on his ranch. i Prtrach s ,rv ecS at lOCfia .. and
H. H Curtis ha.nniehed seeding the -t no p. Pmyer uieeting every Wed'ncs-
Jarmnn ranch, which he has rented, j uy nt 8 p ui. and Saturday at 2 p. ui.
cI by iiaiittr.
Sunday fchHl evert Sunday at 10 a. iu.
preaching every third Solid it atlln. ni
ly O. W. Triplett. of rhii-vhle.
WIHiam Branstetter, superintendent of
Sunday school. Sunday school every
Sunday afternoon at 2-1). Preaching by
Rev.W.E. Fulghamand others at Irregu
deasure of entertaining his brother,
Benj. Slat, of Nebraska, who is visit
W. J. Cowherd and family are visit
ing relatives iu Opal Prairie, where
they alse partook of a sumptuous
"E.M. Mortimoreaud family dined on
Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Peck, ot Opal ?rairie. Jlr. Mortimore
remained theie, as he nut beuji a
series of revival meetings nt the school
house there, He is being assisted by
Rev. Andru?, of Bake Oven, and will
later lie assisted by Rev. Achilles, of
a bear's Bridge.
James HaMiorne and Os.de Barton
made an unsuccessful fishing trip to
the De. Chutes river a few days ago.
Oh the beautiful, beautiful mote.
The way we go clown the hill fnt alow, "
The farther we rlrtv, the fiter we slide,
Oh, the beautiful, beautiful anew.
prohibition and prohibition,
and makinjra dead, town, jnst
read what Milton has done and
For 17 years Milton has been
vy.ithont a saloon', and daring
tlio past' three years she has
bonsht and paid for her .own
electric light plant and city i mother's lomesiead as soon as the!
1- .,.,,1 tho! 'veather will permit.
tax on city bonds from eight to
six percent, without the help of
saloon?. The "city jail" has
"been occupied but twice within ! The wy in which he has cultivated German m-IihoI cot.dttctr
the past year; once by a pick- j the land and sown the grain Is worthy Ev none welcome
...! 1Q vnnJf com mend:, t lou. We consider this n ia tiling
uuuivrw u.m. . . 1 00 acre field a credit to our neighbor-
bloods, who tried to have tlungs ,()0,
their own way Hallowe'en night Rev c A sfafJ and wjfe baVe tiie
Besides this, the citizens have
made nearly 100,000 in im
provements in the way of bnsi
ness houses and city residences,
and the pro.-pects bid Jair for
several more of each next sum
mer. At the present time there
Isn't an empty house in town o!
either kind and several frnsines
houses "and a score of residences
-could be rented inside of a
Over 800.000 bushels of wheat
were stored in. her mills, and
nearly SS0.000 worth of fruit
was shipped from the three
packing houses this season,
besides the amount that was
peddled and hauled to Walla
Walla, which is estimated at
from 25,000 to $40,000.
"The fruit season being over,
she and her sister town, Free
water, are raising and shipping
rock at the rate of 35 cents a
yard to Walla Walla, or 450
. yards a day.
''The new electric plant, which
will be in operalion by the first
of the year, will cost nearly
$25,000, and belongs to the city.
Besides this, we hud the follow
ing new residences and their
cost: W. II. Gray, $1200; Henry
iioy, Emmie Vinson,$500;
W. S. May berry, $800, Sam
TOiomas, $1200; D. J. Kiik,;
$050; II. M. Tinker, $500; F. B.i
Pfcennock, $500; William, Nich
ols, $350; C. F. Demaris,
residence and barn, $2000;
Charles, Walters, $500: F. M.
Walker, $500; Van Brankin,
$800; Edna Williams, $750;
J'. Or. Wagoner, $700; M. A.
McGhee, $450; Charles Ludje,
700; J. M. Muir, .$450; Bert
MoKnibht barn, $400. Besides
this, several good improvements
in the wav of additions: J. B.
Frazier, $200 to barn; F. E.
Wilcox, $1200 addition to
house; James Anderson, $300,
and Mrs. Black, $250 to houses.
fTassie Jones haslhe foundatin
for a $2000 residence, and James
lienderson for a thousand dol
lar house to be built in the
Spring. $ust Oregonian.
Masquerade Ba1,l a Succsss.
iThe masquerade ball given Friday
night In Mc.Tuggart & Bye's hall by
itodroan & Barber Is reported as being
,a5grand success- Nearly one hundred
nSmhers were Bold. The floor and
satin'c were good Md splendid order
nftwalled. Ttftrmaskera were rjulfe
tiHtneroiiB, and wore very much In
' K . .11 mf,ltt1trlif t lion tlio
which has proven to be the
beit on the market. Write
for catalogue and price If I n "
(he market for implemeiUiS
of any kind.
SEXTON Bl WALTHER,
Jos. T. peters
Qiul wanted for general House
work. Apply to T. J. Malloy.
A letter from Isaac Berienaya that
he and his family are getting along
very nicely nt Suring, Wis. They have
some snow there and the thermometer
has registered as Ioa aslGbelow zero.
IFyntiennsftvu I0 on every dollar, isn't It to yr.nr
tutcnt lodoso? We dui mhy you that and pciliaiix
more. We do a rash business, therefore are in n i o
iiftlon to ieli you a winter's supply of gtoceiie$ nt
prices that defy conipeCltlon. See u. before you buy.
Cks. T. Pome
carries a general line of Paints, Lime,
Cetueut, 'Nails, Hardware, Build
ers' Jfciterints of all kinds.
THE DALLES, Ore.
Government Lands under
irrigation in Oregon are
now open for settlement.
X '"Jrther particulars
Home Fattened Beef
1 am fattening a lot of fouug rattle at inj
ranrli an.d, an) preparctl in, iK-liver at your
door eveur Tuelajr choice cut of beef, In
any rjnentlty, at farrae' frlcc. A jortlon
of your patronage i rerctfully Hiliciled.
3feat order left at 1 A. Voiinc'.- Ji'lore will
receive prompt attention every Tuesday,
1 1 1
Will pay the highest cash price for all kinds of
farm produce. Butter, Eggs. Chickens and Vege
tables especially solicited. Choicest cuts and joints
of fresh beef, mutton and pork always on hand.
Game and fish in season.
J. W. JACKSON & CO Madras, Ore.
n s m 4fe mm M a a warn mmm
1 DO YOU WANT TO
ELL YOUR LAND? .
THE TIME TO HKU. 18 WHEN PEOPLE. WANT TTO HL'V.
We Are in Touch with the People
Who want to buy and are willing to pay rooi priced ioj Agency nam rarinn.
HaviliK Jimt flnUhel -11Iiibi7,ox) aercn ol toinmoia Miniucrii irrigate!. ijtmi,
-.oi,in,. tint 1 miUUlKUt, wuen tue
Vdges-Perry Beed, ot Culver, and
to tlicr gentlemeu announced the
dinner? of the prize for the best sus
,'fcilned elmracter and dnncer as Mrs,
Jt'inik Osbarne and Mt Myrtle Love.
fWd of Culver, who were drsssed aud
,a3d the part of skirt danrv The
1..,- in have ven1util-
... I,r n til.Oiti Oi Hffiiri ftiirnedfutf reriulttf. ' . ''.t ' - .jl
1 List Ydtir -Land With Us and Be Convinced.
yRILY GIRTHOFFER, Shantko, Ore.
GENERAL STORAGE AND FORWARDING
Special attention to Wool Ceding and Baling for Faat rn ship'
nicnts. Dculers In Blacksmith Joal, Lime and Builders' Materiel
of all kinds. Sulphur Wool and Grain Sacka and Twine, Grain,
Flour arid Feed. Highest price paid for Hides and Pelts. Stock
Yards wltlf'all the. latest ami best facilities for handling Stock.
Mark Goods Care of
p. a. BOQIS,
WAQONWAKER. 4 -i
8ixti'3tr6i, Madras. Ore.
JMbnetf JDacAr f not"
SOJ.D ONLY BY
h. JW, HAHN, Agt.
' IvTaditafe, "OVe.
N. P. POULSON
General Plutnber t Tinner
nearer In All Kind oj
PLUMBING GOODS AND TINWARE
Agen for all kind of Farm Machinery, Mar-
" ind MIU.K 8u Meyer Puim. ,
THE DALLES NURSERIi
R. H. WEBER, Proprietor. Grower and Dulrt. la
EVERGREENS, ROSES AND SHRUBBERY
Hyacinths, Tulips, Lilies, Dahlias, Peonies, Etc.
THE DALLES OB
ELKINS & KING
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, HOUSE FURNISHINGS
SUPERIOR'DRILLS, OLIVER LOWS and BAIN WACO
Pruneville, .... Oregon.
... THE BEST ...
LIVERY AND FEED STABI
AT SHAN1KO IS'
-D. A. HOWELL'S
Good stock. Careful diivers. Best of hay antl giaiu.
Pi ices reasonable.
Carries the largest aud Best sefected
stock of gents' and Indie.V ready-made
clothing of any store in Giook county
Latest styles, beBt Jlt, loweHt prices;
also a full and complete line of every
thing needed by the farmer and stock
it , man. Send in a trial order and be
WURZWEILER & THOMSO
ESTABLISHED 24 YEARS.
es. W. Co,"
Tf 0'. CONDON, Manatee.
N. . M. 4.ANE
nd Wagon Maker
UOJESHIHO A SPECIALTY
. PRINZ & NITSGHKE
VlioHalc uud Iletni) Dealer in
FURNITURE and CARPE
Matting, Rugs,' CurtainsShdes, Bedding,
v&m) wtlsfactlou nd the dance M
keu ml m one of He beat eveats or