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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1905)
' Hal CI.
,r,P . ..r -onirt nnd un-
i. .L.firlt Of the WCCk.
Kobcit Armstrong, of
.. tiie ncrsons from
U in Madras Summy.
, Auldcrdlcc anu
Maty and wife arc n tcnu.ng
Ma .lt this week.
....mirwai i twn l!jSt wecK
Lenrouteto Ins homestead.
asanl dance was K'vcn in earner
BM ' . -ni..r, nv even ne.
n$ne.v uumi't ' - -rona
Mag.ll turned l.omc.oday
week wiin iu iw,
I Culp, of Culver M in M.w,rM
( and was a cane . .
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four mill's sown tn
LP, of the upper Willow Creek
., v h tor in aiauras jbb
d Mrs. C. A. Devcns, of Cline
L,tM through Lauras lucway
SciVint a Drominent citizen of
wi n vmior to Madras nna
Liest place in Crook county Is
Is why? Because of honest ilea
E ' "
I right prices,
lotel l'ohnlextcr of l'rlnovlll
Rice to go for homelike com
pd Mrs. George Stevens returned
kip to Shar.iko Monday. Tliey
Rta is at I'rincville this week
: circuit court. He and "IJewcy1
; auto up last wce.
Diown and Mrs. M. E. Fer
Sagebrush Springs vicinity, spent
in Madras. Ralph cannot get
Pallas Stubbs. daughter of Mr.
M. L. Loucks, who has been
btr parents for several weeks, de
r home in Colorado,
pojnett stage commenced Mon
lalce regular aaily trips between
land Htisler and Shaniko.
Pt lot of Premium Pictures
ay for trade at Halms have ar
I a second lot will be sent awav
ml Mrt. .James MoMeen, of
i were In the city lust Sunday
M i?ccb,of no'ir Culver, wub
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uuuer, mo actum, re
ft Hsud, will bo In Madraa
to remain several riuvs
pof the people from Haystack
er.comtng to the revival meetings
PXi orounht their lunchc ,l
old fashioned basket dinner
uuok ior jmiIoyeii' Moss
f priiiK Affenov : wmmu to
iiii. . . . " ' " -a-"t v-u
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A.Tnte, Warm Spring,
bun . .
P w' kicked on rl
1a I ...
r- week anil fnr n
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serious case of
pnj, but last reports say he is
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, ",,JS Addie Jackson,
pandM,,. Hrovvn.nn,! m...m
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I,, , ta' an-d Hannan com
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I ' '"-Janu'H R1.1.1I w 11
party on the Dc
"icationat Salem re.
be ul.i ,M,,,orw evening
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ft JOl V dnnk
"'"sic and J.,, L 7
rUc'15. who ha 1..-. ., .
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"Initidr- not permit I ;
The Grjwly Lake Rubbering , Company
now Iwve a largo itipply'bl' ftrsltcla
rough and ureMed lumber at their saw
mtll sK. milrtt cait '6f Lanioritn on the
not th stone o( grizzly bntte. Your orders
promptly '.lled, itoadjj td the" mill tire
in excellent condition I. II, Hawkins
Lnhiorita,,Orcgbni: " 4 (f
The Ktv, Dr. . BocHh rind the Kev,
Cocns were In Madras last Sunday nn
Dr. Uootb nfcaohed in the.moriilhg. The
observance of the Lord's Supper was held
nt this service. The. children of Mr. nnd
Mr John McTnggnjt were baptised nt
their residence, in the cvcnjng by Dr
uooii1 nnci jcv. ioens,
i oompluLo atipply of l'gal lilniiltH for
aitlu liifjIudltiK warranty nliil quit cluiiii
ilccdH, real, chattel nnd crop mortirngcH
farm lenron, ltllfl of sale, nMslgumeiit
unil hatlnfiitloii of m(irtiiKC'H( nil UIii'Ih
of Jusllco court blunkH, collect Ions and
JiiHtlco court work a specialty. Trunk
J. IJrook j, JfuBtlco of the I'oacu, Mndrrw,
I-'rod Woi'lwprth, tlio merohnnt at
WurtUBpriiiK,. hoi! rofusar, W. 3,
fovott Instruolor In the Indian fcobcol
at WnrmjirlriBf panned llirotigli itdrua
lust Suiiduy on their way to .Mr. Went
worth's farm hi Tp 11 ti, 11 14. William
Torrll link Junt ilnlftliud plowlli.. 70 ucrea
for Mr, Wmitwortli which wlllbohpcd
ml iu wheat tlilf full.
A collar jnd pair o( hames were taken
from Halm's barn recently. The pauy
taking them is well known. If they ore
returned within reasonable time no ques
tions will be asked, but if not he will be
proscctytc.d. The above also applies to
the party living about 1 1 miles south of
Madras who borrowed my wagon jack.
J. I HAHN.
Dufur Dispatch: S. H. Edmondson
has just returned to Dufur from his ranch
on Agency Plains. Sam reports that he
has been at work out there and has sewed
some 8o acres of grain and done any
amount of other work. His visit here at
this tjmei was occasioned by his great need
of a water tank. Mr. Edmondson is
Again on his ranch, nnd has the water tank,
which Is a darker to the eye.
J. 11. liawkln.i of the Grizzly Lum
ber Company, acoompanled by lila
brother. W. J. HuwkluB, of near La-
inoiita, were In Mudraa last Saturday,
looking over the ell? and tlio sur
roti rl I njr country. This Ib their flrrf
vlsl'. In tli Ib vicinity, and they were
boil) uurprlsed and jJ cased at seuing
audi an tmncovluic country with its
tanuy sceiies of activity.
Itabbltvillo Cor. to Irrlgoti Trrn.
lor: We have aevorl good ball toia
era in town, 'llicy toxb tlio bulla bo
high that they cull them hlgh-bnlle,
ami catch them in their mouth as they
coino down Bum Merry
walked homo from church lust Bun-
dny night with Kitty iloUnd. No
cards. Nothing doing. Juatft Merry
go Kound occaalonally.
J. Y. Winters, of the Squaw Creek
country, passed through Madras Monday
from Stbnniko, accompanied by his sister.
In law, Mrs. Shaw of Juneau, Alaska,
who is to visit her sister, Mrs. Winters.
Mr. Shaw is a well-to-do merchant nnd
mining man of the Alaska city. Mrs.
Shaw has had a Jong and tiresome trip,
and was glad to be near the .end of her
Tlio cainpmeeting la having a good
attendance! thin week. The Rove, M, 0,
Citrmichiiul, of lk-Illngba"!, Wash.,
U. G. Kviuih, of Hulco Oven, II. A
Kiiiio, of i'lcuuaut Vfilluy, Wuah., and
Humor Pontius are thu inliilatom In
uttoudaucu, Tlio song service iu u
xpeolu fun lure of nieetlugH and con-
nhlerablo iutorent Ih being munifeat.
Thoy will contlnno over next Sunday,
though It la not known Whether the
ineotinga will continue next week or
whether the revival mectinga will be;
uominouccd in tlio Kllliugbeuk dUtrlct
ufier thoy clone hero. A large crowd
wil bo In mtonJiuieo nt thu meeting
Sunday, und it will hear able noniioua
nnd good Hinging.
Methodist Hill Meeting.
Tho ftov. C. A. I'lcalmr.
' ' i --'o
M. E, church,
Elder of tho Gorman
prwiohed to largo audhjnee at Method.
1st Hill hist Sunday m'oriili g arid ove
nlng, TIiIm wna Mr. Prieslng's ilrnt
vIMt to Mftdraa mid vicinity ami In his
numorou tulkn to tho coiigrcgiitlon he
commended the number upon their
foielghtlii ftetillii'g in mieh aaanlo
and productive country. Ho predicted
that tho Madras country would soon
provo n fortuity and rank In wealth
eqilully with tho great wheat pro.
duolng regions In EaHldrn Wunhliig
ton. Ho montloued Instanced from his
iiii experience In pioneer llfo In the
Dakotas, where muny Imvo made for
tunesj which were 'cumulated only
through unwavering "grit." ' Our op.
portunltles, ho said, were even bright
er thuu they wero in tho Dakotus.
THE REMONSTRANCE WINS
Uy a plurality of about 25 the re
monstrance won out over the petition of
M. L Loucks at the term of county court
which convened at Princvillc the first of
the week, Loucks, following the rule un
der which hjs license was granted here
toforc, secured a majority of the names
appearing on the poll books, and made no
offott to secure names coming in the pre
cinct since the presidential election, while
the rcmonstiancc had many of these new
names and they were sworn in as legal
voters by the parties having the re
monstrance in charge, wjiich made a
plurality over the petition.
It is not yet known here bow Cramer
& Stevens fared with their petition, as
they followed the same plan as the re
monstrance in securing ns many names
as possible of legal voters in the precinct,
regardless as to whether they were on the
poll books, It is also reported that the
remonstarncc. fcal on it the names-bf
about 25 Indians, and as these Indians
have been set of! in a separate precinct
jheir names were stricken off both petition
and remonstrance and this is thought to
give the petition a slight plurality.
PAINT rides on the very top
of the wave. :
It ha3 reached that, posi
tion because 9 its' great
worth and it will' stay there.
No other, paint docs good
work so well and so eco
nomically. No other paint
has gained such popularity.
Color cards on applica
tion. " ' -
.drizzly and Vicinity.
Mr. Lyons of Lamouta visited
town lust week.
Wo enjoyed a nice little snow tho
first of tho week.
A. Houk and family, of Culver,
vlhltcd at tho home of C. Montgomery
Warren Brown, of tho Grizzly Lake
Saw Mill, was seen on our streets the
lust of tho week,
8. W. Compton, Wni. Mc Meek'.n
and Al. Cubit visited tho county seat
tho firnt of the week.
Mr. ami Mrs. Lovelet visited In
town Sunday, the guettu of Mr. and
Mrs. L. II. Hamilton.
L II. Thomas and wife, of Lamontn,
visited lu town lust week, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Moutgmery.
John Chambers) of l'rlnoville,
passed through, town lant week, with
a boiler for B. W. Compton's sawmill.
Mrs. Edna Bland nud Wesley Cain,
of Lumonta, passed through bur town
lust week onrou'o to Mrs. Blaud'a
L. E, Dougluss. of Hay Creek, ac
companied by Miss IJazel Wheeler,
pneattd through our town the first of
nst week t-nronto to the county seat,
Mrs. Mury F. Pltzer was also a visitor
nt the county seat.
B. H. SMITH
MarAiffttftnrfir of 5
Harness & Saddles
8J.VJ.En-MOU.NTEI SPCIIH AND HITS
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. ,
AND FEED BARN
I'EItnV KEEP, Manager J
GOOD MEALS CLEAN BEDS
aitAiK a:;d ha: op all jcisrw for salb
FLOYD Z. PEASE
THE MADRAS JEWELER
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY ilEPAIRIKC
Olllce iu Lena M. Lamb's Cast Store
1), Y. ALLK.V, President,
T. Jt. Baldwi-v, Cashier.
Will WimzwniLEn Vlco Pre,
II. Baldwin, A.t. Cn.iliicr.
The First Natrona! Bank
OF BB I NEVILLE, OREGON
A general line of Groceries, a spe
cial, line of Gents' Furnlnhlng
Ooodo, also a complete line of fita
tloncrjr, Cigar, Confectionery and
Xotlons can be found at the
W. E. WILLS, Prqp.
GO TO THE
MAORAS DRUG STORE
Druggists' Sundries and
A Complete Line of
Stationery, Jewelry, Etc.,
M. E. SNOOK, Proprietor.
East Bid Vain Street, Madrai, Ortgoa
Surplus gnd Undivided
East End Clothing Store
JOE COHEN, Prop.
complete line of
gents' furnishing goods,
hats, caps, shoes and clothing,
It will pay you to pet our prices before pur
COI SECOND ST., THE DALLES, OREGON.
Also branch at Gram Valloy, Oregon.
Carrying the Douglas Shoe.
HENRY L KUCK
Harness and Stock Saddles
COWBOY OUTFITS A 8PECIAT TV.
Dealer In Collars, Whips, Robes and u gcu
oral line of Horu Furnishing Goods, Tents
Awnings and Wagon Covers, All work guar
WE oan savp yo money on groceries, fresh, clean
and pure Flour
"Scott's Best" at $1.40 per Sack.
L. A. YOUNG.. QENERAL MERCHANDISE
Z. F. MOODY i
GENERAL COMMISION &
Large and Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited.
Prompt attention paid to those who lavor us
with their patronage.
If you want tbp best there Is you will call for
White River Flour
If your merchant doesn't carry it send your orders direct to beadrjuarlers
and it will bo filled from our nearest agencj.
WASCO WAREHOUSE MILLING CO.
Dealers in all kinds of hay and grain, seed, flour, bran, shorts, wool, eto.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
East Second St,
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO TIIE DALLES.
The Warm Springs-The Dalles Stage
will carry passengers from Madras to The
Dalles for 55 So. Leave orders nt Mad
ras Hotel. Special attention paid to ex
ness package), Mayes & Kalama,
Airs, AlcTaggart's at Homo.
The ladies of Madras and vicinity were
pleasantly entertained at the home of
Mrs, John McTaggart last Friday nfter
noon. The rooms were prettily .decorated
with evergreens. There were several
charming selections of music by Miss
Ucll, An early dinner was served nt $ P.
M. This whs one of the most pleasant
events which has been given in Madras,
rKr,NKY.Floricei Ihe 10 year old
daughter of J, Z. Keoney, died of pneun
monia at the home of Thomas Autderdlce
hear Clilvcr on May 3, 1905,
The burial will take pluoo this after-
uoon pear Culver pr. a plot of ground
on thefmin of J. "VMendunhaU wheru
cemetery Is being started. The iHuv,
Iomer Pontltw udnductuu the funeral
HAHN WILL OPEN
UP A OOM-
H A R N ESS S'H O P
ABOUT MAY 15 WHERE YOU
i OAN BUY HAND-MADE HAR
NESS, AND ALL KINDS OF RE
' PAIRING WILL BE DONE.
Madras, - Oregon
A. E. CROSBY
! Antelope Drug Company !
X ANTELOPE, OREGON
Prpsnrintinn .work a. nrlnclnal feature of this store. No substitution.
- 1 , ,
Accuraoy guaranteed. Mall orders receive careful attention autl do
J Hvered In return mall.
I SELECT LINE OF PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES
Carrlos Coin.oto Lino Qf Drug, Medicines, OhemlpsJI, Household Remedies,
JVugg-UU' Snndrlea Mid Photo Supplies, Country Mat! Ordors J give ny personal
attention. A Graduate In churgo BaW delivery guaranteed. Your prescription
my specialty. Btryeliutno and Post Destroyon, B,(ork Foods and Dips of all kinds.
AKouoy for Eastman KodaU Both 'Phoiw. WOWBJALE AXO JtBTAII
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS
THAT'S OUR BUSINESS
SANFORD & SILL
N fKOi. .
THI DALTJC ORBGtOJN