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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1905)
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.IJan celebrated Tjhe (Ml ,f W McDiniel flgal.W the
KJpRni wnnpntj mimes. cu wbbchicu hi
RiineviUe on .Saturday by the UcfcndHnt
George Vafafaxier, who has been, visit
Idr at v,y ft ntft qat, nap
in tfvn on tt wj.tp.the
Cowlti Derharrt wwiniHi
U. S. CeittUe was in town on Saturday,
from tt)p sawmill, on his way to the home
ranch to spend Sunday with his family,
lie expects to begin son on the construe
ttOH of several neat, cotumes in Madras.
MIm l'earl Richard and Mr. Ivan
Hale, both of Haystack, were united
In marriage In tbe prewnce of a few
friends and relatives at tbe Polntiexfer
Hotel, In Prfneville, en June 30, 1906.
W. A. Sell etiolated. Th
I' M -m t ma
groom l4.ft.HQri or, o. nam, uie wen
kuowti CvJxv l?)oMer, a the bride
In a ttattchter l$r. and Mrs. Ellas
Richard, of HstyaMcic. Mr. and Mrs.
Hale hava takes up tflf residence six
miles south of MadA. ku I lonecr
Joins their many frljuu in exlendluK
Qtiar.laa Derhatn was in town on
Sunday, on his way to Antelope. He
ay that work Is progrewluff nieely
at the sawmill, and that they will
wkhi be turning out lumber at the iate
of (en or twelve tliouwyl fret oerday.
They now have then; planer in
position, and a aoon as the lumber
has dried out enough, will begin to
turn out. dressed lumber. TJieyiiave
a good many loga In Metoles which
will be driven down to the mJllaasnon
aa the boom Ik In plaee. The boom is
about WO feet tons;, and Is bvluK
placed in position In the river now.
Don I Rea la authorized to collect
Mpecimens tor the Crook county ox
lilblt'lu the horticultural building at
Hie Lewia and Gark fair. Vlio Fair
will be vleltel by thnttsaUds from
every part of t bo tfnlted States and
for this reaaons the exhibit, If at
tractive and representative of the
county's roaourcen. will he a wonderful
ndvertlsemcnt of Crook counry. A
fisellru of local pride ahotild prompt
contribution of anything worthy of
heltiK I'XUluitt'd, 'and Mr. uat will
npprttilata It aa a great favor If the
h-hIiJoiiH of thla locality will aaalm
him In (Mjciirlnua good exhibit from
this portion of too county. The name
of tlu contributor and thu locality
from wJituli the exhibit cum en. will
iPIeur on the apocliAonaexhtMtcd.
'Rnatue Ikddingneld net with a verv
painful accident on Monday evening
wh lo engaged in setting oft aumull
Percival " . on
jyi w ,,BW'
i '.nn on Monday
Wir', South of
.-.i.tviwaI. Bob Gal
' - t r jmonta posimawc.,
. rrswi - . . . . . . .
Milsv tfd vwnuy u...
riWrLAe Lumber yard nas on
. i Pnaerille.
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. -. 17 A. llliaiue i-
TTk .. '.. tlrl.invlllll.
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M.E.Ssokaod Mrs. tlibetn
. . . tU Vnilnii
iiui Siturdav aiternoon,
uJ Un. J.P. uu 1'"CT
.r.n.. rnl Hun IleaMUK Bl
ike tkuce at Orlzzly Tuesday
Ssookt ssd family left early
,.!,. far lMllllvlllo. WlltTl)
Miloted the festivities of In-
i . mm imirii airArstil.
Dare a win " iu"n .vr..
t'rt with the Madras Realty
r.J'. nMn llllrs in
plMBi)t place to stop In
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arimniil.tlntii linniii f'milfnrlH.
MIum Villa Wl.hur mill Horllll.
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Brown lolo.i tlio corner acroM
' Dootblt wan hi town on But),
n bii home t Cross Keyn. He
T rrmm l V III! U IT ALII
fiiaa,rvirt lli,. n.v.. rr .1
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nimeiin, of Madras, has gone
rill roan rnnfr.trhnrr humca
Mison. We.boDe lohn wiJlmakf.
in this new venture, -Cline
MisJts Jessie Isham, Jessie Hart
rA. Jennings, Burri6 jVftpi.
Jennings, James Magness, K. T.
Joe Jenninga spent the Fourth
"Jk Of Shnillkn. nrrlt,u.
. - Ti "VVM
TMfilaM - Ml
.wiu,iuii, anu will
- mm. iii Liim iiuiuiiim-.
PJltlng up and dellverlnir'tb
"try goiu by Bauford -ifc
. - i mil tinu
lvlr snA .
pwu UUIIOCK HtlMtl im.imxI
Prineville .and llend duringthe
wenf Prmeville on Mon
. ' ,,amU over to attend ihi.
i I I J ui IUUK1 HIM II LT1X r.tfrt
"'""Tanly and null Ul
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i -ni HiiM nmii .
uniouBtof flreWjOrks In antlelpatlon
of the eelebraMoti tlie next day. Not
heltlg familiar wttli the method of
touching oir a "nky tpcktt"' he held
one In IiIh hand, and applied a mutch
a., la "
i u. iiiD uaiiu huh arrjj were badly
burned by tlio sparks from. the rok.
and the stick lo which the, rocket l
attached lacerated bin thunh and (lie
palm of Ilia bund quite painfully hh
llieforct of tlio n'eket tore the stick
frowhle grasp. 'ItaHtue oais thu In
Juries. iferqulte painful, but consider-
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iu8 uiv nuiiupi o. information hj has
acqurel ou the subject of pyrotechnics,
me price was tpt too high.
One day last w.ee.1, Aaron Hortman
liad an exporieuflfl wMli a rattler which
he will not aoon fprst, Vy.hlle sprout
lug potatoes li the bii,near the house.
,he waa,qQraftqi8.ofliH)rpthlag rubbiug
'against his. batjkj and glancing over
hla alioulder, found that hii Immense
rattlesnake bad raised its head And
was In the act of crawling up on his
back. The sight froze the blood In his
veins and he was too twralyzjjd with
fear to. rnpve, and while hesatlhera,
tnesjiake crawled over hla. shouldesJ
and aeroes. his knees and, Iui itai,
"KimgoiaQe., when young Iflpftinaii
did recover, his powers of, Ippomotlou
lie ran.ifljo.tjie hoae,(hjit tVe,r,e.actlon
from the terrible fright cotpletejy
prostrated, him and. be was unable fpt
Monaljttle tlma to tell his mother tbo
cause of the fclabt. It lea well-known,
fact that the settle-snake unless dis
turbed will not strike, tot even tbJa
fact does not make hi bo, a uslgbbpr. to,
HazetwoQd Ice Cream
SODA WATER) ICE Ofl&UDA; ROOT KEi
HAMMOCKS, CAMP STOjOj, FIININC TACKLE
' WALL PAPER, FUMgXE, UMOLEIJM
Lewis and Clark Fair Vigors
ill Us f ki-PassiBg Threap ftif i, We're at Your Seirice
A gsncral line of Orwcilc, a fro
cfal line of OcnW Furnhhlnft
(iooAn, alo a complete lino of uliv
tlonMr, clgatji, Confoctloncrr s,titl
Notion can be fouiut at tlio
W.E. WJLLP:op. .
Vn)tt In and
Harness & Saddles;
SIYLKn-MQUNIEKO blTIlS AVD B1X9,
AND, EEED BARN
PRKV JjED Marsager.
GOOD MEAX? CLEAN BEDS
OflAIK AN'O HAY OT ALL KIN'DS FOB SALB
i a liniHI Ilirntir rn.ll...
7-iHl' TO Iiihiiv r.. .
wi, ami Htrnii.mof 4i.
mw. if vn, v. . v:
011 Unit " " W"I.W III
We have the following choice tracts of
land for sale hi this vicinity:
160 acres of farming land, 15 miles
south of Madras'. Good house ad barn,
all fenced So acres now in grain and bal
ance can be vtiltfvnted. The crop wilfbc
included in the purchase price.
340 acres about 10 miles Soafhwest of
Madras, on Little Agency Plains. All
plough land 1 unimproved. 'Level plateau
land, and as good as the best land in this
vicinity, , " -
640 acres of land five miles northeast
of Madras. All under fence and 550
acres of it good plough land) balance
good pasture land.
"40 acres oMandJying under Columbia
Southern ditch; alUirHcable. ' " .
160 acres of farming land lying is
miles north of Matiras. Mas fine spring
upon it, aucl s all fenced.
800 acres of farming and pasture land,
15 miles north 6f Madras. Thirty acres
can be iirigated and used for fruit ranch
or garden spot.
Title to all of above tracts perfected.
foirct furnished if desired.
Wlces arts' terns reasonable.
' 1 For paf-tkulara apply
r-vi nu win DO
W'you InthlB oom.
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Uf al SHIllMl Tltfn'anAII,...-
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riiil " "niioway,
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L A. YOUNG.. CENEJAJ. MERCHANDISE
See me f ygpr .
C. E. Manager
All kinds ofRotigli Lumbri also, a full line of
pressed Jumbeif and SHINGLES.
Give us your order. It will be promptly at
3Tard near iMladJras iMTeat Marlcet
WATTS MAR0LE WORKS
WATTS & BAKER, PROP'S
Marble and Granite
Woodmen and lodge work a specialty
Iron mid Wire Fencing for Cemeteries
We deal direct with quarries hi Car
Load Lots. -
C. ROySH, Prop.
Keeps constant on hasd the best
S FRESH AND SALT MEATS S
And pays the highest market price for Fat Cattle,
" Hogs. Sheep, Butter, Eggs, and other Farm Produce.
WE CAM SATISFY YOUR WANTS - CIVE US A CALL
f Z. F. MOODY !
GENERAL COMMISSION & ;
MnPnn'o T l AfTTT.. J
Successor to Hahn's
MRS. E. R. M'GEE, Prop.
Best place to stop in the
eity. iomeike comforts
GOOD A000MM0DATI0NS FOR TRAVELLING KEft
Red Front Feed Barn
IARBER & D'LAIHHUTT, MANAGERS
Good feed nmd eaefal
treatment gien",'to stoek
ACOOMMODATiONS FOrl FREIGHTERS
Oi'xries the Largest and 'Beat selected
sto6k of Jgertts' and ladies' ready.made
clothing' 6fny store hi 'Crook county,
laftteat styles, best it, lowest prices;
also-a full and 'complete line of every
rHilng' needed by tire farmer and stock
wun. Send in a trial order and be
Urge anrt Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited.
l'rouapt attention paw to tnosfl wno isvor ua
with their patronage.
SHANIKO, OREGON ,
The White Elephant
CRAMER & STEVENS, PROP'S.
Fittst-iClsiss Wines, liiquors
HIGH GRAD5 CASE GOODS
Cor. Fourth and E Streets
SOLD ONLY BY THE
t4bt.is Safe and lioek Company
.cents for the racIBo Coast. Tho only flrm-that can sell A Safe under
Hall's Drank Kxclu-W -ale for Ihe only MAXG.iN'UBR BANK SAFE.
Accuts (or thi OUV&K TYrEWIUiEIlS.
XU-A 8eond Ave,. 8ea ttle, Wash.
I'Ine St., San FraucUeo, Cal.
U I Washington 8t., Hiwtalie, Wa.h.
84 Third Street,
NEAT AND ARTISTIC
PRICES ARE RIGHT
THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE
D. P. rRa, rJr
of mtoii . 7 "oma. on "rU
WURZWEMJE'R & TOOMSQN