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MADRAS, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. MARCH 23, 1905.
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SPECI ALT I ES:
CABIN CREAMS, TURKISH NUGGi
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tMisnnU' . ' .. n .. i.fMii- iii tho nbuvo limited merchant
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Manufacturer and Dcnlcr In
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TTORHEY AT LAW
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VAST & KitfOS
Blmi THKJiAM.EK, unuiujv
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Offlcc In Drug Store.
Fine Harness, Saddles,
Tents Wagon Covers
Tin: yiiKAi'Kjvr I'ucn in
there, stop In and get prlccv
East End; Clothing Store
' .J JOE COHENrPrfoP.
COMI'IiUTK JUNK Ol'
(iifNi ri'itNiinrNo (iooph,
- HATtf, CAIU HUOKH AND CLOTHING.
IUvfl! py to (tut ourffprlcei bcfofovpur-
ONlf BT.. T
Alo brnnoli nt (ira Vnlluy. brogon.
UurryhiK tlie I)oulti Shoo.
HENRY U KUCK",
Harness and Stock Saddles
COWIIOV 0UTK1TH A 81'HCIA'TY.
Dc'nlcr ln:CollorWliln, Holbx and n gen
orul lino 'of Horoo Knrn!t!ilii tijwU, Tpnn,
.wnlii$ liiul Jinxon Covert. jAii worK-gimr-
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-If your WHtelt lit lit need ofrcpnlnt
or If youuunt to Iiuy.n new onu,
' you mi not do better than to write
PRACTICAL WATCH and
THE DALLES, ORE.,
Kor price nnrt ntylcs. Mall orders
4ifi;culve prompt attention. All work
Flrnt clasu mealH nml 1cIb.
IVk-ftj rcneoiinble. Ilfciul
(lUartoiB for nil atngu Uneu.
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'",iui1 j. Hi foe;
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Tho Relloblo Druao'st.
. Carries tin lWt Block
' ' of dHiRS and druVBlnts
, r ttuntrluH In ICnstern Ore
, ' ' jjoii photo Htippllct
your intill orders nollelt
cd and will nieelvo
GO TO THE
MAliRAS DRUG STORE
Druggists' Sundries and
A Complete Lfrte of
Stationery, Jewelry, Etc.,
to. B. SfoOOK, Proprietor,
tut Mdtt Uala (rtVett, Madras, Ora
NEWS PBOM GRIZZLY,
M. Whcolcr, 1 1. H. Ilumlllon nnd
wlfo vlhllffif itiH crtiiily HO.it tho ..tutor
iKHt wtiflt. Mr Wlii'cli'rucaomjmnicil
Mr. Wlifolfr homo, filio lms licnn
vIh1Hii: In town for lovonil wcfltn, tho
giicHr of Mrs. Iliuiiinh I)o.
Albert Cubit returned lliome from
I'rltiovlllo tho fiiHtof the week with a
bruii new finilill'o whleh ho hud pur
chased from .T'iko Dootie. We don't
woixlerat him wenrlng IiIh J)ntrn the
h ick of 'Mb lii-ud, hut then wo can't
bliune him n now wiuldlo Ih pomathlng
nil bronco biiatem uro proud of.
Wo had a nice little diuico at tho M.
! W. A. hull on tho KUb. Quito a nuiri-
her from Lumnnta and Hay Crook ul
tonilwl. AVo hope they onjuyod them
tielvea nod ivlll como aaln, Thoio
wumi't many ladles procont but the
boy (tiled tho vafnOuy ulmoHt us well.
' I'wub n backet Hiippor, and ono ynuni
Ihdy lost her plen. Wo hope they were
tf'Kul, but tin we didn't ot to Hample
them cannot say. How about It, Wen?
Ilut, como atfiln, boy; yeMI have
mre plen next time.
AVaneii Brown, of Culver, was seen
on our HtieetH tho ilrt of tho week.
Hirry IMtzor Ih building a bant on
bin inntlifi's homestoud. lie IiiIuhiIh
to beyln plowing a booh as ho getn
IiIh carpenter work (InlHhed. Harry is
u i?well carpotiler; If you don't Wlleve
ll JitHt k over aud examine his work.
l' M. l.oveland waa wen on our
utreetH the last of tho week. He at-li-nded
fhe ihince while here.
Kcv.'Sv. J. Jlntieti; psiator of the M.
B. GJiuroh of l'rlucvllle, preaplied u
wry In'cre&tluir aorinon Sunday. Ow
liiK to tho inclement weather there
were few hi nUohdurice. ilr.'nnd Mr.
C Montgomery entertained him while
here. . .
T. P. nuchaiiaii and family vlrdtcd
on MolC-iy Crek and at I'llnevllle for
Heveral duya laHt week, : " ?,
.Mrs. Kna Hlund, of Lamonta, ih
visiting nt the l.omq'ofi lio'r: fathor-ln-law,
J- H, liland.'
Liltio Dalniar Lewis hud the mis
fortune to burn Ills hamlH very badly a
few days ago by foiling ugalnst n
Wonder what there is on Willow
Creek that so uttruetH Hob Nelton.
Seems as though lie can't live away.
Hay BmlUi and Clair Qniuu came
down from Supleo the llrst of the
we.k with a bunch of line horses;
which Mr. Bmlth is trying to dispose
KOTES FEOM NORTH END. '
Kurmers are busy theso fluo days
plowing and seeding;.
.Toe Aruey lias gono to Tho Dalles
after somi relatives, rumor hallt it.
Mrs. A. P. Clnik sutl'ered a relapee
from fever, "but la reported con
valescing. Bam Edmondson drove In from
Dufur tho other night with a large
force of tflams and is pushing matter
lively ou IiIb place,
Walter Arnoy la a busy man now
gruboingsago and plowing,
Hugh Davis alid Ills mother are duo
soon on their places for crop work.
Mr. Conard Is getting a lot of grain
sown on his claim.
Uyron Meeker giveB ns a treat to
ilreworkfl these ovetilugs by burning
uao ou his lato purchase
"Where Is that road petition for the
road so badly needed down tho Feny
Canyon to is Chut,et? Now that tio
sawmill Is going in at tho old ferry
landing wq need this improvement
"Wo hopo Dr. Long's visits to this
ond of the Plain will not be so fre
quent no-v. AVoliko to see tho geniul
faco of tho doctor, but not uudt'rsuoh
Mrs. Ramaoy Is convalescing.
Humor huth It that the "Literary"
died last Baturday ovenlug from con
gestion of tho bowols, nnd tho school
inarm la pleased, I Btippose, since ll
required a gooil deal f muscle to oloan
up on Monduy mornings. Literary
meetings nro Instructive but tho rules
ought to bo enforced ft little on tho
tobacco worms nttd such.
Mr. Evlok rides In a splinter brand
now buggy and makes frequont trips
toward some place I don't know
where j do you? Gumtux.
There Isno Beourity for perseverance
except In always advancing. To stand
still 1b Impossible. A boat ascending
a runulng ulreum falls back as soon as
It coaseB to advanoo. To now us piaco
Is Impossible, unless It gain upon tho
1 . k t 1 1 .... I II..
stream. Ho in ino spiritual u.,
Mr. and Mra, Max Tula, of MUqholl,
have arrived aud will make "Owlr
Joe Stewnlt, of H-y Creek, wan a
pleasant visitor last week.
J, II. Hornoy, of Culver, waa a Ma
dr;is vlnlior a few days ogo.
8. B, Wllklns Is doing home plowing
on tho lirownhill farm thiH week.
Mm. Frank Osborn and Miss Ona
Hen In were pleahnnt visitors last
AI Ilonncman and Frank Hannah,
of Culver, wcro pleasant visitors last
II. F. Borden, or the Little Plain,
wuh looking after road matters while
In town u few days ago.
Hon. IS. M. Hmitb, ex R. It. ngent,
etc., of the Big Plain, was. In thecitp
ou business last Saturday.
Johnnie Conroy left for Shaniko la?t
Wednebday with the M. M. and M.
Co.'s team, for a load of goods,
Mrs. K. H. Pinkertori and sister,
MIks Uopo, made Mrs T. Brownhlll a
abjaeant visit lust Saturday.
Warren Brown, of Haystack, has
been promoted for a short time to
the ollice of deputy sheriff.
.T. G. Hardy, of the Big Plain, was
doing busiucsa in Madras recently.
He is u rustler aud Is getting in quite a
crop tills year.
R. M. Jones was in town a short
tlino ago. He is getting, ready 'to go
ou tho road aa soon as tho weather
Byron A, Meeki'r, William Harper
and W. S. WilllmnP, all of the Big
Pun, were doing business with our
merchants las'. Saturday.
W. C. Cook, assistant post master
and clerk for Sanforl fc Fitzpatrick,
of Shaniko, was In town looking after
business matters last week.
Mrs. Mary Pltzer, of Grizzly, was in
town last Friday night. While lieie
she bud the pleasure of attending the
dunce und reports having had a good
Prof. 0. R. Deems, who has a home
stead oust, of town, was a Madras
visitor last week. Ho will make a
trip to Boyd this week but will return
aa Boon as poshible.
J. A. Hoffman, one of Methodist
Hill's most progressive citizens, was a
pleasant visitor Monday. Job n's one
or our most versatile aud pepular cor
respondents, and we are always glad to
have him pay us a visit.
Bill all express nnd rust rrelght for
Madras and way points in care of the
Madras and Dalles staue lino, via The
Dalles, Oregon, and you will receive il
promptly and at a very reasonable
Miss Catharine Henneman and Mrs.
T. J. Mulloy were pleasant visitors at
The Pioneer office last Friday. Miss
Henneman has a homestead south of
town aud is making arrangements to
have some Important improvements
made on it this spring.
Tho smiling faces of our popular
batche!or friend Tom Burden waa
much in evidence Satnmny of last
week. Upon learning that we were
nfflicted with neuralgia and la grippe,
ho suggested that he was no blaukety,
blank doctor, but if wo would try his
remedy It would help. We tried it
right away nnd now pronouuee It O K.
I'ercy Howell, who has been work
ing this winter for Fred Fisher, whom
all are well acquainted with, ro.urned
to The Dalles March Oth. Mr. M. Vogt
net Mm nt. work the next morning ob
Janitor in ills bulldiucs on Second
street. Mr. Howell Is Mr. Vogt's old
stand by and ho was moro than
pleased to have him return to his old
Tho "Christian" Church in The
Dnllos is having a wonderful revival.
The meetings have lasted live weeks
01 smiiIs brought Into church as a re
ward for tho faithful work of Rev.
Jtoberlson, pastor, a,nd Rev. Hand-
sakor, evangelist. Rev. Robertson de
livered lih farewell sermon last week.
Ho goes to Vancouver from here, Who
will fill his p'ace at Xho Dalles has not
been settled yet. ,
THE PRINEVILLE-MADRAS TELE
Is rapidly nearing completion. It is
confidently expeoted that tho 1st of
April will seo our telephone exohange
Installed and machines ready tor op.
oration. The Inoorporatoia of this line
hnvo uot heralded their coming by
columns of free advertising lu tuo
newspaper, or by great boests of what
they were going to do, but thoy have
been doing things In a quiet way that
meant business, aud time la about
hero whon wo shall reoolvo tho beueflt
of one of life's necessities the long
dlstnnco telephone and wo hopo our
people will give It tho imtrouage h
WW rJ n n n m m oa m yK wm AK. trwr m vCv
A full line of Paints, Oil and other Finishing Materials.
-In all colors and 'shades at LOWEST PRICES.
Our HARDWARE has arrived.
Our Grocery Department is now complete and open
I LENA I
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Jnst received, a new line of Douglas 8hocj. We quote a few prices: -!
Kangaroo Kid, a line dress shoe, at 13.50. Vlcl Kid, also a good dress
shpe, .at $IM. I!ox CaUHlucher at 3.00. Come in and see our beauti
ful line of Hoys' and MenXHats n all the new shapes and colors rang
ing In price from 50c to fl. Everything In the Grocery line. The best
Teavand Coffees. Kino Hams and Bacon. The best lard In the land.
Abso good cooking and eating. Apples. Do not forget us when you need
Building Taper and Uarb Wire.
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When we get time we wiil write better ads.
To Busy Men;
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Keep your eye on this Space
The largest and best selected stock of Shoes ever sliown In
Kprthern Crook county aro now on sale at our Warehouse back
of Barber Shop. Come and see them. Our Prices aro right.
Cedar Shingles for Sale.
The Madras Millin
In a few days we will have on sale a large
consignment of Stock and Dairy Salt.
MORE L AT Eft,
future homo In this city-