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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1905)
ppBNlNQS AT MADRAS
of Improvement The
rru.-rtt-iry Rusiness and
NpVin m Events-Items
' - " Oram fqk for sale by G. I. Hnrdv nt
desire chanao.8 In tbe Loucki nuiiaing.
Rend llic Church Directory for the
Rrv Crnl'8 preaching appointments
ConMubjc Jim Mayes, was n viltor ni
Culver this morning on oflicl.il business
H, W. Turner was a business visitor n
Slianiko the first of the week, returning
Miss Ada Rous)), of Goldendnle, Wash
ington, wns the guest of bar brother, C.
I!. Roush, several dnys during the wrek.
Tlic Htcrnry society holds its regular
meeting next Saturday evening. An in
teresting programme is being prepared.
T. B. Tucker is delivering barlcv m
. I...- .!. . " '
w niiu ctim v ine stage line at Hclsler this week. He
'p,ii!. 1(nlla, Vl,BH"' j had in 20 acres of barley this season, and
jab is PenJ,n8 sevc,M'jit l'""""1 a,ou 4o bushels
inilrK) piolih'lll ()().
iWB," 'l . hand in
.pent days in
in TW a'i"'
j nlQW-land 10 "
U;,;, Hcck, Oregon.
s p' V n Satruday.
with friend, ihliweck.
;tfl Tuesday morning
Mk the Lumber mm
Dwr CUpDooru ytiu
niitnt toSiimiko Friday
.fcsntjs matters, returning
ho hu been ill here,
jbotueat I'rineville the last
ternta has been appointed
Ijie estate of Andrew
LDaa and her daughter,
1 Tuesday fiom their home
in town Sunday from
H'u daughter will aticnd
vu a business visitor at
Kmal days during the
Inly L, Lumber Viird
1 tod windows ut prlct-H
Woodmen are making
1 big dance 011 Thanks
i m town Saturday from
upper Willow Creek. He
uitng again at his mill.
The patrons of school district No. 52
on Methodist Hill are making 'a move for
the erection of a school house, and Tues.
day John llnrdt and Joe Marnach were
around getting voluntary donations. The
building will be not less than 26x36 feet
ni.. 7 mi, i.iiKv.i, fn jirupuriion 10 me
amount of money raised, The sclioo
h mic will be located on the Gustaf '.tmk
Curtis Goodwin, who was Indicted for
sock;ruMling, died at Princville last week
I lis brother Lee, who was indicted at th
same time, was convicted at the Inst term
of the circuit, court In I'rinev-, and .vns
sent to the penetcntiary. During the trial
it developed that Curtis Goodwin was not
connected with the crime, nnd his broihcr
Lee completely exonerated Mm. and the
case against Mm was dimissed. He never
knew this, however, ns he wasstruken
with typhiod and was delirious to the end
He was only sixteen years old.
The party of Deschutes Irrigation &
Power Company oflicials, who last week
went up to the desert on a tour of in
section, passed through town on Friday
or. their way back, to. Portland. The
pnty is composed of President H. D
Tnrney, General Manager J. O. Johnston
becrctary K. S. Stanley arid E. C. Hald
win, a large stockholder. On the way
out they were accompanied by F. C
Rowlee, superintendent for the company,
who went as far as Cross Keys. The
n:w auto in which they were making th
trip will be earned
t'ltHy ynintaii ow,, ,,, ,( .,,, ,
ll',a Ionic the un-aunl dlnplny of
mil' pltimin himI orgHii- vor hIh,u 11.
IM-ur III llllllll tllllf H few (lollurfl
down h, h 11,1,0 ,.r,r, (M0()(
ami for nil.
nf. in 1... ... .
iutyuiiHect plitiid no and
lor. It ftH. of ciri' fur deliv. ry hh m
ClirlmtuHH pn'mmm. yu immo ,he
liotlrnnil 1 be dny,HtnJ w will gimnin.
in, burring Ma.fl by nill" or ntt-am-
boni, to uinkM Hit. CiiMMiinHdt'llv.r
of l our li.ntruuiHiii wiiciitivi-r u,i,il
whcri'vcr y.u ili'ulre. ntslrl;H l,v
mull fully nud promptly Mimwi-red.
Out of towm.nli-rM llllod wilh tlm ut
imiHt oiim nnd McuurMcy.
KlIurH Viniio .oh,., 351 'uahloKton,
winter Park, ponlunil.
back to Redmond
baa spent Monday and ! ,ICfC Wll be kept for the use of
(Moot, lookinir afier bun. 1 Olllcials.
R He returned on Tuesday
, door' ami window-
lti at the Grizzly Lulu-
fie in (own last fruur.
N a tombstone, write a
Waits Marble works of
1 will send you de-
'w their first trip out this
( Haystack vicinitv.
f. He wilt do most
ikis season, believing
nesults will be obtained
mtm that U ,H ,
",(I'J In Piinovlll,..
"t, boo,! accommo.
w" tUuksaihi in.ii-..
,,u Methodist minis-
THEY'LL SOON BE GONE
Closing Out Sale of Expo
Nears thrJ At
Tho aftermatli of the Fair. Mnsic jor
ers mm Adyautage of tbe Grestest
Banaiiis oyer Offered in Piano lraflf
Bona Fine licflnclious of from 30 lo
60 pur Cent, Only a few Choice
Ones Lofl. Specially Easy Payinenls.
Thin 8k1o of Exnoalllou and used plo-
i.nn, Plniiolu plmio, OrolieatrollcH, PI.
iMiolaa rikJ Organs bun broken all pro
viousblK uelllug records nf Ellurs PI
"no HouHe. It haa enabled eoorea of
linuoa throughout the Northwest to
s juure a much-wanted piano or organ.
Yot there am hundreds of families
,CM house at 3:00 1 rottli' need a piano, and who havo
aJ' t Sunday hc
g and evening,
a soriii .1 n .. .
!t m me Mud
f An'restin gpro.
Its HI, 011
m by the
y ta& his
folt huretofore that their means would
not permit the possession of a renlly
Kobd one. A bheap or poorly mado
Instrument, tiuoh as Is frequonlly of
forod nt 'baraln' prloee, they would
neVer oara to owu.
HtHo fiiew people thatwedeMre
In direct our remarks Just at this time.
Wn put ydu jn A posltioti now to Be
cure a really rlne piano ororganatb
"vlufdrfromib to do m cent from
the lowet eash price obtainable oh
ame gradt and qualjty of plattoe ordl-
nniy,ai .btMldea we makearrare.
menu fur you to pay for au Inelru.
ment at th'la rtnliwwJ priee at virtually
Cim ft anil awmUlt) how reiklJy
Teachers' Institute De?. 2.
Since Thanksgiving Day will fall upon
the lasj Thursday in this meeting at
month, it is decided to hold the teachers'
this place on ihe first Satu-day (olio,
ing Thanksgiving Pay December 2
instead of on the last Saturday io No
vember, as announced last week.
It is intended to make this one of the
best teachers' meetings ever held in Crook
county, both educationally and in a social
way, and an instructive and entertaining
programme ts being prepared to that end.
County Superintendent Dinwiddle will be
present nnd will aid materially in making
Ihe insttutc a success. The ladim nf
Madras and vicinity are taking hold of the
'basket dinner'' proposition with an cnthu
siasm which insu.res us success, and visit'
ing teachers are assured of being bounti
lully fed while In attendance at the meet'
J, W. BOONE
Icsaf In homo-modo
Harness & Saddles
Try our mnko of Whlto nivor Trco
Btock SiKjdlo, The nct tn tho market.
OUR NEW GOOD:
The moat complete
In In Madras
A ton of Barbed Wire to dispose of at
$.35 pej OQ for cash.
CARPET SAMPLES AND RUGS
G. R. LOUCKS & GO.
Madras, Oregon 6,th & C Sts.
HENRY L KUCK
Harness and Stock Saddles
COWJJOY OUTHTS A SPJJCTATTy.
Denier Jn Collar, Whir, nnle ondttRcn
eral lino ot Homo Funiililnj; OooAh, Tcntf
AwiiIdkh and Wagon Covem. All work guaranteed.
Irrigation with Hydraulic Ram
R. H. Morris, of Trai Crossing, was
in town Tuesday, accompanied by his son,
Oscar, nnd Wm. Gritton, on his way home
from Shaniko with a hydraulic ram which
will be used to elevate water from Crooked
river to his ranch on the plain above.
The feed pipe to the ram is 18 inches
in diameter and the water will be elevated
180 feet. The ram Is guaranteed to ele
vate 36 cubic feet of water prr minute.
Mr. Morris has, a flne ranch near Trail
Crossing and has near 200 acres of land
capable of irrigation. He has raised aver
age crops without irrigation on his place,
but with the aid of the ram, his yields will
be doubled and tripled, besides giving
him the oppertunity of growing alfalfa and
other crops which are only successfully
raised with the help of inigation,
East Second St.
Illuo Print TownMilp Plain corrected up to
date allowing, names of all cntrymcn, vacant
land river and creeks, fjOceiitx each.
LAND SGRIP-.FOR SALE
For (sccurlnc title to all kinds of Government
land without residence or improvement, At
lowest market prices. Write us for full par
Honiara. All kinds of Land Oflko business a specialty.
Twenty-live years' experience. Keference:
French it Co., bankers.
HUDSON LAND CO.
THE DALLES. OUEGON.
parries tho Largest and Beat Helode'l stock of Gents',
and 'LaiiW He0dvMfl((e 'Cloth -tig of any sti.re In
PQok tpuinty. Latest styjoa',' bent fltj lowest prlcep,'
Also a full and complete line of overythfog rjeetj by
die fanner fltitl stockman. ' fjoiu) in a' trial order
and bo coiivliced. .... 1
WURZWEILIER & THOMSON
t ' CT A OTC ns nnr s- k i
AN KING GO MP' NY
Cqpital Stock, $25,000 Deposits, $250,000
J. W.PEENOH, Pres.; H. A. MOOEE, YioePres.j F. T. HUELBUflT, OaBhiVr
. . ' A
FOREJGM EXCHANGE BQUQHT AND QU
"Drafts on "Parts of tlxe "VC j.. 1
. . .
LIVERY AND. FEED STABLE,
AT SHANIKO IS-
D. A, HOWELL'3
Good stock. Careful drivers. Ijest of hy and grain.
Firat class meals arid beds,
Prices reiiHOimble. Head
quarters for all stage lines.
The Pioneer gives the news.
New Fall and Winter Millinery
New Dress Goods and Trimmings.
The "Designer" Agents for. Standard
in iiih n ' Jim; '. in 1 ii '
FIGURE WITH U
On Your Winter's Supplies
PRICES SENT ON REQUEST
Agents 1900 and 1900 Jr. Washing Machines
nnwPDAi RTORAnn AND FORWARDING
UUi ww--- -
Bpeclal attention to Wool 0dlng nd Baling for Kastarn shl
ments. Dealers In IllaokBinlDi Coat Lime and Builders' Material
of all kind. Sulphur, Wool and Grain Backs and Twine, Grain,
lour and Feed. IHgliMt "price paid for Hides and Polta. Stock
Vard with all .the latest and best facilities for handling Stock,
Mark Goods Care el
T. G. CONDON, Mnter.
4 M'H?ff 0n. DDATHCnc
? Horseshoeing a Specialty
J WATER-TANKS and GRAIN-RACKS
J ALWAYS ON HAND
WATTS MARBLE WORKS,
WAHS & BAKER, PROP'S
Marble and Granite .
Woodmen and lodge worj aspcjolalh; .
Iron and Wire Fencing for fJemeteri$
and Farms. '
We deal direct with ijuarri.cs In par .
Antelope Drug Company I
ANTet,OPE, OREGON !
rreBorlption work a principal feature of thlB store. No substitution.
Accuracy guaranteed. Mall orders receive careful attention and de
livered in return mail.
SELECT LINE OF PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES
GENERAL COMMISSION &
Large nnrt Pornmndions Warohouse. Counlgnmcnts Solicited,
i'ramnt attention paid to tlioso who iavor us
With tholr patronago.
MEAT M AR K E T I
C. ROTJSH, Pmpv..
Keeps constantly on hand the best- -
FRESH And salt meats
And jiaya the UlgW&t market price for Fat Cattle
Hogs,Bheep, Butter, Eggs, and ether IVtrai Produce.-
m CAN SATISFY yOW WANti UVlf Ut t SALfc.