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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1905)
Madrae Pioneer up. tp Maxell aiet,
lOOfi are reapeplfully asked to'rebilt,
an all blllaare now past due. If uot
conyenlont to dill, upon receipt of bill,
If correct remit by iti,U, If bill Is lu
oorrrot, ptea.ee call at the ofllce at once
and have same curreoted, or write us
explaining tho ortor, Timothy Ilrowu.
The ladles of the M. E church met
at Mrs. M. 0, Maton's Monday after,
upon and organized a Ladles' Aid Ho
oiety. The following officers were o-
lecled: Mrs. Ellis, president) Mrs.
Mason, treaiurer; Mrs. Bhutt, secre
tary. The attendance not being as
large us deslrnd the selection of other
officers was deferred to sowd future
meeting. The committee decided to
have a reminiscent social. The old
ladies' Hulltlng contest will be a lend
ing feature. A good programme will
be prepared. Refreshments will bp
served, coffee, cake, peaches and cream.
Saturday evening-, April 15, at MoTag
gart & Bye's hall.
McTAGGART & BYE
i.tiio iy iK" "T
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gtKly. Mf. LHekJftHri made the
(liml RrrftiigemenlM with Mr. Brown
hill for the purchase of The l'loncer
nnil look rnftwilon April 1, Mr.
Uuehten oame over Willi a ylew (o
buslneM opiwrtUHltlea nut) In favorably
ltnpreel wltb tliU vlelnlty. maud
Mr. LueddemRQ relUrtied to Atitelope
Owlrifr to the fact that we are pre'
par) UK to leave Mad tab, at the earliest
powilble tooment, all peraonn owliijf
the undersigned for Mverilalnff In The
r. .i,rto our BUiwium
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tfer0 In town
fl" . .. i..t a inn.
Schilling 1 muno.iw.
jndffom We raiiroau.
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tuu HrnWI Ulll I'Ji"""-
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(,ly . ... i Iila linlllfafOttd.
e filial pro ii
lumrnoml and Archie Mmu
.. , Plmnlko Friday. Mr.
u b . a .
returned to town Baturuay vv
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uf IliitWC'l- -n- ...
on Ills wy homo rroru ft iripio
Blebop, with tho Pacific Loutst
IVmnanV. acconi milieu Ml
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hi.,,, i.im ncHri 111 una vi-
Klewmer, reprcHerttlng M-r-
. i ..... t, minim' ni
d, was calling on .Matiraa row
it... Ilmmnnnd Uotlt Willi
ruiinlnK llueeor tho possible
uf the auto route tiirougn uiu
A Keenan much. 4
r.i IahI of lumber for tho Ba
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U UK Ul viv.
town Naturday. Tho struct-
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rehle Mason. Mm) ran hotel.
nttlll A tlllll' ltl llltTMIIII 1 1 1 1 1 V
Hoirmon, or Muthndlnt Hill,
tbe city last HiiturdAy. John iv
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metown. .Mr, .McintrKiio Huh
v irone out of tin lintel IiiihIiich.m
I'erclval urrlvvd In .Mudrns Iiiut
and hag taktn cliargo of the
Walker started for Hond yoator-
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,WW. Mr. iTUhiir 111
.. .""'80 Dace oi tt..
Will filVd H.a .).....
' WU ft big body.
New Suitings nd Waistings, Silk and Cotton
Pongees in many shades and fancy weaves. New
Waists, New Trimmings.
splay & Sale
March 1 7 and 1 8.
We expect to do a big millinery business
this year on account of the Lewis and Clarke
Fair and have prepared ourselves by buy
ing a very largo stock. Big showing in
trimmed hats. Street Hats and Pattern Hats
in all the lato shapes and colors, with a good
selection in the new shades--Ohampagiie and
Onion Skin. A wide price range to select from.
Buy Your FAIR HAT from Us.
01 von away wltb cauli
8EK l'KKMIUM IMUPLAY IN 8T0IUL
AHK 1'OIt COIU'ONS WHEN YOL' BUY.
SEAMS &3k BEST
f XgSwcw STYU5Hl
SEND I'S YOl'It MAIL OKDEKS.
WHITE YOU I'ltlfES AND SAMI'LES.
GREEN LETTER SALE March I7th and I8th
Commences "St. Patrick's Daj' in the Morning," and continues the following
day. "Watch for special Price Posters. ISvo rare bargain offering days.
Spkoiaj, D-KCokationI Special Pkioks! Ne" Goods ok Display!
A Shamrock Souvenir for Every Visitor.
Look Out foii Adulterated Seed. Owing to short crops-in Utah suc
ceHsively for two or three years,a great deal of alfalfaseed has been imported
from Europe (especially from Germany) by seed dealers that is adulterated
to cheapen it. This adulterated seed contains froth SO to 40 per ce.t. of yel
low trepoil besides other weed seeds. Trepoil seed closely resembles alfalfa
seed but costs a.l)out $2;00 per hundred pounds. We offer nothing but iirst
olass reoleaned Utah seed. . ." . jgF" Sample and Price on Request.
Has a. Full Line of
Rice, Sngo, Taplora. Nice Dried Fruits. Excellent Canned FrulU and Cannej
Meats. A select line of Breakfast Cereals.
CANDIES AND NUTS
Including Caramels, Chocolates, Kisses.
TOBACCOS and CIGABS
I-jiARDWASE & IMPLEMENTS.
HARNESS and SADDLES
Methodist Hill Jottings.
Louie Aronsmeler is fenoing his
Chris llorry enjoys his bicycle rides
bo do some others.
Ed Wawrlnofsky made a speedy
trip to Shaniko last week.
l'ute Marnaoh has Just rutUrlVedfrom
Salem with & line PercheVon MalUou.
Miss ttotfe banter is leHo'sly ill
with appendicitis at tho homo of The.
Most of the spring sowing has been
lone In this Vicinity, and some of It Is
coming up in due ahapo'.
Chris Harry, went to PoVtlaud Mon
day to look after some property, which
he Is arrahkltifc to sell. And luol
deuully", life Bfcyfl he is much In need
of a flrtt'Olasa cook, whom ho Intends
to secure ou his trip. Bravo I Now,
you other baoelora friend, go thou and
Joe Marnaoh, Theodore Uartnogel
and Charles Winters, directors of the
Methodist Hilt eohdol dlstriot, are
making arrugemTinU to secure a
place wheYe riUho'dl can be held tem
porarily aa an aipditloument haa been
receiveit from the county for that pur
pose. A school house is to bo built
Couuty- Judge. W A. Bell and
Comwlwloner M, D.Powell were In
Madras yesterday and today.
Mr. aud MiJ,W. Robinson and
1'ttle daughter, were In Madras today',
going to llayjitacR And also to amonta
wheMihey wi visit wllh tlie rauiliy
of'ldamuel Ausii, . (
,Tbe big allto, b'dilt In I'ortlarid for
The Cewtral dregou trauspotatlpn
Compauy, arrived m Shaulko Tuesday
nlgbUuil-ft; V. Tylerih' chauffeur,
whA Um been ia Mad'rjui for several
weeks, rjwflvad a fcelegVimi Waduewlay
to rejiorl at Bhunlko. lie will proba
Z. F. MOODY !
GENERAL COMMISSION &
FORWARDING MERCHANT i
l.Hrgc and ('dlnmgdiouji Warehouse. Consignments Solicited.
l'roiul attention paid to those who iavor ua
with thulr patronnge.
Watoh this spaco for uewad., froni .
.WattS MAniiijl; And GiUNiTVpitkfi,. - (
The Dalles, -
Shaniko Warehouse Company
(iENERAL STORAOE AND FbRWARDINQ
Special attention to Wool G-mdingLaid Baling, for Eaatarn.Bhl-p-ments;
Dealers iti Blacksmith Coal", Lime and BiUdors', Material
of all kinds. Stllphur, Wool arid Grain, 8acka and, Trlne, Grain,
Flour and Fc&. Uighest. prjpe paid for, Illdesand Pelts. Stock
Yards With fill the latest auU best facilities for handling Stock,
Mark Good Care ol
T. G. CONDON, VUmto, ,
WE do not claim to carry every tiling but we are,
in a position io fill ordinary wants from a well
selected stock of Groceries, Boots and Shoes
and such, things usually carried by a first
class country store at reasonable prices-. Compare
our prices and quality with others before buying
elsewhere, and you will then trade with the
O, G. COLLVER, Prop.
For the best quality of
DRY ROUGH LUMBER,
Flooring, Rustic Finishing Material
Of all kinds go to
...THE QEttfiRU . SAW CDM...
Situated on Foley Creek, 12 miles east of Haycreek
Store. Good roads and accommodations. . .
Rough luniber,.any size, .... 810.00 per thousand feet
1x4, first-class flooring, any length, - $26.00 " " . "
1x0, " " " $25.00 " ?
Finisllihg lumber from $25.00 per thousand and up.
For further particulars address
CHARLES DEHAM, Proprietor,
Fresh, clean and jiure. Also a complete line of
Ct)Ofc and HEATING STOVES,
HELF .Alti BUILTjERS' HARDWARE MATERIA;
of dll kinds; Ve are also agents' for .
COOPER WA&dfts; ' .
ilfcSHEREY GtitAIN BRTLL, "
SYRACUSE moulboard and disc PlowsV , iv
HARNESS and maohinery of all kinds.
Send in your order and let lis figure on it for, you.
AN FORD & SI LL
v s If you want- tho beet there Is you "will call for
WHITE RIVER FLOUk
, if your merchant doesn't carry it aend. your orders direct to beadquarlei
aad It will bb filled Iron our neareab agenoj.
Wasco Warehbas filling 6b, 4 ,
pMlewiCf t kinds of bay and rajeel, Hour! bran, shorts; woolt!'
V" THE-DtLES, OREGON.
bly s4rt from glMblko wit!
A8f were UrU$