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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1905)
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choice business lots in Mau
cf 1 half lot to J. W. Liv
Ad& and May Jackson, who
to Tho Dalles during the
to their home at thi&
LKin$ and Mbs Nellie Mc
alope drove over wih Mr?.
10 on Saturday, and spent a
pitiy was given Tuesday
sdimtr Hahn andOsbom
i&at (ritnds. Those present
Kklfsl evening. A tempting
T. Jones sod a Mr. VVntts,
Toniiy several days during
X They left on Tuesday for
apply of legal blanks for
lehtttel and nrop inortuuueH,
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specialty. K. J. Hrookf.
; Conroy and John Conroy
eiuMday morning for Tht
li Conroy goes to cnntiniu
music, and her absence will
coucedia musical circles here.
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tllC l.OUCKS uuiming,
John F. Church Jr wns in town Sunday
from nenr liaycrcck.
I)ive Hnrnetl of the Culver neighbor
ho id Is n visitor in town today.
Miss Nellie McGee was a visitor in
Princvlllc, last Saturday nnd Sunday.
Mrs. Jerry Harber of Culver was In
town on Tuesday visiting with friends.
The Sunday school will give a box so
cia) at the school house on December 9
Mrs. Delia Sweeting returned Tuesday
from visit of several weeks ut Laidlaw
J. Livens, a traveling mnn from Port
land, was in town yesterday, interviewing
Bronzo TnrkeyM foreald, for breeding
purpoHUH. Apply to A. P. Clark
L. II. Arensinelcr who lives southwest
oltown, was in Madras this morning look
ing after business affairs.
If you have a form or town property
for sale, list it with the Madras Realty
Company, Madtos, Oregon. Oflicein
Miss Maud Durham, who has a claim
on the Dig Plain, was in town Wednesday
accompanied by her father, William Dur
ham, and Miss McDonald, whose father
also has a ranch north of town.
Don P. Hea left this morning for Port
land, where he will spend a week or ten
days, looking alter business matters. He
expects to return immediately after Thanks
giving Day, whidh he will spend with
relatives in Portland.
The Sunday schoot people are making
big preparations for 6bserving the Christ
mas festivities. Thcrs will be a Chmt
matt tree and every one is invited to be
present with gifts and enjoy the pro
gramme of the entertainment.
Jnmcs Vice and 'fohri Mocho of Hay.
creek vcrc n town yesterday. Mr. Ricr
Was attending to business matters for the
U, S. $ f,. Co., with which he has been
connected for a number of years. He is
now atstockhnlder in the company.
Miss Olhe Cook daughter of J. V.
Cook, and David Peck, both of near Cul
vcr, were united in marriflgc at Prineville
Wcdncsdny. Mr. and Mrs, Peck gave
a wedding ball at then' home in the eve
ning. Those present had a very enjoyable
The bankrupt stock of goods former!)
belonging to T. J. Malloy & Compan)
has been removed tnto the new Ma!I)
building across the street from the old
store, and will be auctroued off during tht
following week. The announcement ol
the sale appears in another column.
J. M. Foster has again taken charge m
the assigned stock for the creditors of 'I .
J, Malloy & Company, and which was
aken out of his hands under an attach
mem brought by the Kock Island Plow
Company. On Friday morning the key
were turned over to him and the stoie
opened for business, an agreement prol
ably having been reached between tht
plow people and the assignee, H. L. Sa
bin of the Merchants' Protective Associa
Parties knowing themselves Indebt
ed to tuu for WRtur rout uro rociuostn-
to ouir tttitl pay tamo, I need tl 1
mutiny for tlm nurpouo of buying a
now pump nnd making other Improvt-
infills Ht Ibu woll before tho winter
sotH In. J. a. IS1IAM.
H. F. Dciticl arrived in town from The
Dalles last week and is connected with
the Madras Milling & Mercantile Com-
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warren urown, wno j? connected with
theGrinly Lake lumber Companion
" ur'"'y nfl In owu, S,iluraiy
Kioiyng niter Utisness a$iirs.
11 m need ol a tomlut
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postal card to the Vyatts Marble works of
I he Dalles and, they will send you de
signs and prices ort their first trip out this
You Imvo only to Htop at Hotol Pol 11
uuxiorin no convinced that It Ih the
iniwt popular hofttelry In Prlr.u vllle.
CouitfiOiiH troHtment, good uceomrno.
iliitioiiH, and popular prlcuH.
Wolverton Is Appointed.
Judge Charles . Wolverton of the Ore
gon Supreme Court, has been appoint
ed by the President to fill the vacant fed
eral judgeship in Oregon, to succeed the
late Judge Charles H. Bellinger. Judge
Wovertnn's appointment came.as a sur
prise, as the choice was supposed to lie
between Judges Hcan a.id M.cBride, both
of whom were active candidates for the ap
pointment, and the latter having the sup.
portt of Senator Fulton. Howerver, Judge
Wolvcrton,s appointment will be decided
ly popular throughout the state, owing to
eminent fitness for the place. During all
the years of factional strife in Orecon.
judge Wolveiton has refrained from ac
tiva partisanship, and he is especially fitted
(or tbe federal iudeshio at this ti me liu
reason of this. An able jurist, of lone ex-1
pentnee upon the state supreme bench,
in the prime of his life, judee Wolverton's
appointment has met with wide approval
throughout the state.
Catholic CHUrdh News.
Tho Reverend. Father Illckev will
visit tho Bend country the first weok
0 liecember and will celebrate masB
lu tho Hall at Bend Bunday, Dec8rd,
at 0:30 oclock A. M. All tho Catholics
if Hie Burroundlng country will thus
bo able to make their Christmas duty
uud can have their children bantlsed.
Iho Rev. Father's poor health will pre
vent him visiting remote places, so all
who possibly can should irn tn
There will also be a freo lecture nt a
in December 3rd. Father Hiokev
WAIltN tO SCO fill hit ninnla nn L,.i,.lnt
church development plans.
Culver Is Growing, Trio.
Born to wife of W. F. Hammer, a son,
on Monday Nov. 30, 1905. pa
Born to the wife of Charles Pihbhr, a
daughter, on Saturday Nov 18, 1905.
Born to the wife of William Gritton, a
daughter, on N,oy 19th, 1905.
Boin to wife of J. Henty Windom, on
Saturday Nov 18, a daughter.
' J. W. BOONS
D'caldr In homc-mndo
ry out millto of -WMo Rlvor Treq
Stock Mlld. 4'ho best In tho mnrktt.
Tho moot comploto lino In Madras
A ton of Barbed Wlro to dispose of at
34.30 por 100 for each.
CARPET SAMPLES AND RUCS
G. R. LOUCKS & GO,
Madras, Oregon 6th & C Sts.
HENRY L KUCK
MANUKA CTUIIEK OF
Harness and Stock Saddles
COWBOY OUTKl'TS A 8PECIAITY.
Dealer In Co 1 1 aw, Whipi, Robes thd i gen
eral line of Home FurnUbliig Goods, Tento
Awnings ami Wagon Coven. All work guar,
East Second St.
THE DALLES, Ord
Who Print Townxhlp PlalJ corrected up to
date showing names of all cnto meii, vacant
land rivers and crceksfjO cents' each.
LAND SCRIP FOR SALE
For securing title to all kinds of Government
land without residence or Improvement, at
lowest market prices. Write us for full par
ticulars. All kinds of Land Offlco business aspeolalty,
Twcnty-llvo years' experience, Kcfcrenoe:
French t Co., bankers.
HUDSON LAND COi
THE DALLES. OREGON.
First class mealB and beds.
Prices reaBonablo. Head
quarters for all atngo lines.
Carries the Largest and Best .Selected stock of Gents'
'and Iitidles' Keudy-Miulo Clotlnng of any store in
Crook County. Latest styles, best lit, lowest prices,
'Also a full and complete lino of everything need by
the farther and stockriian. Send (n a trial order
and be convinced.
WUR2WEILER & THOiW
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f... SHANIKO, OREGpN
V.P Capital Stock, $25,000 Deposits, $250,000
J. W.fEENOH, Pres.) H. A. MOOEE, Vice-Pres.nr. T. HIRLBUET, Oafihi"-
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BROUGHT AND SOLD
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LIVELY AND FEED STABLE
AT SHANIJiO IS
Grdod stock. Careftil drivers. Best of hay and grain.
Madras, Oregcm 1 a
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ITHING AND WAG ON -MAKING
r" r Horseshoeing at pefcialt J
WATPD-TAMU'C oVJ flDAlM DAr-lO
p --ALWAYS ON HAND '
The Pioneer gives the news.
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A. M. WILLIAMS &. CC
Di Goods, Clothing,
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MOOTS AND SIIOIM
HATS AND CAPS
AND FEitb BARN
j .j' I'KUHY HKUD, MailaKor.
GOOD MEALS CLEAN IMS
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L MILLINER? SA1
Ladies'. Children's (iiiil Misses Hats
AT A FOURTH OFF
Wo must have room for our Holiday Goods. Hany ore
marked lower than a fourth off. The salo Includes our entire
stock of Trimmed and Tailored Hats. This season's latest
styles and colorings.
Wo aro atill giving Fine China away with cash purchases, but
will discontinue doing so very soon. Parties having coupons
should turn them in for exchange before the assortment of
dishes Is broken. We will be unable to match the pattern we
now havo after they are gone,
LiflST CHWCE pot? Feh cHiNflumfE
will bo ready at our store (o
sho.v a very lino atook of Hol
iday Goods on Monday, De
cember 4, 1005.
X bhaniKO Wafhoase company
...OENERAI, STORAQB ANn FORWARDING,. ,
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. SpeclEl attolpn.to Wqpl q-fttHnRAnd Baling fcneirn ship
ptonts, , Dealers in' Ulackflin,!th tfoal( Limb and BjjUdera'. MatrJ(l
ot H Vidi. SuJphur, Wool and Gran Backs ndiTjviiwvvGraln,
Flour and Feed. Highest prico paid for Hides' and Polt. Stock
Ykrdo with it 11 the latest atid hbit facllitfes'for handlinu Stock.
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Watts- marSle workI
. t WATTS & BAKER, PROP'S ,
Marble and Granite?
Woodmen and ledge work a specialty
iron and Wire Fencing .for Cerneteios
and Farms. ' 1
We deal direct with quarries in Car
ir. " 1 r iioail l,ots.
THE DALLES, - .
I Antelope Drug Company
Fre8eription work a principal feature of this Btore. No substitution.
Accuraoy' guaranteed. Mail orders receive careful attention and de
livered in return mail.
SELECT LINE OF PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES
Z. F. MOODY ;
GENERAL COMMISSION &
iirg'e and Commodious Warehouse, Consignments Solicited,
Prompt attontlon paid to thoso who lavor us
with thtlr patronage.
MEAT; M AIR K E T
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We cah iAtiSH V8W m 9 "n vfafiKA.l
(inMti AND HAY OK AW KINDS FOR SALE
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