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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1905)
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.at the drugstore for d.s-
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s rancher from Low-
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wiDiIowt at pricfu
i.i .v. iMi-hcrs meeting
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! lan. i. alternates
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LoacVs 4 Co.
Spring uhool cbidren who
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tfisnii iirrii huikiiil iui
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Company at Wasco,
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dw and window.
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I stockman ftom Heisler
Hiimiilnrln M.irtra nn
it, and attended the
ef Culver, killed a hog
dressed 550 pounds.
tkat ibH was the lari'esi
except the "county seat
s jgaia taken charge of
formerly conducted by
ol will carry a supply of
4 He solicits a share
It school pupils and
K'eda literary and de
w meets every Saturday
BCfflbiri tlinui nnn.l
lake charge of a
hngated land near
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-. & a uaiawin of
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- " yesicraay, on his
f Esion Is from
had charge of the
K(k of goods at this
f morning for his home
tu 01 an o the
""Sterred in !,.. u
fw, ho has h i,-
fcw. wo months, ac-
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u' tne ar,ipi
some tin,. ..
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18 Cerat orecon
u?. 7 P'lvate sale
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Throng Business and
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It's getting cold rind our hcaicrs nrcRo
ing fast. Come and see (hem before they
nrc gone, G. R. Loucks & Co.
A. I'. Clnrk, who spent a part of the
summer and fn1l in Yakima country, has
returned to hit home on the 1 Plains.
Jack Haidy brought his grain chopper
to town, last week nndjtas bpn busy since
chopping feed for the farmers,
County Superintendent Dinwiddic was
in Madras last Saturday, in nttendanco at
the teachers meeting which, was in session
at this place.
If in need ol a tombstone, write a
postal card to the Watts Marble works of
The Dalles nnd they will send you de
signs and prices on their first trip out this
A "Box social" ai the school house Sat'
itrday evening promises to be a big event
All the girls will bring boxes, which will be
"sold," as wcljl as some of tlie boys that
I). H. Putman was in town Monday
from the Opal I'rairic neighborhood. Me
says they have recently organized a literary
society at Opal Prairij school house, which
meets on Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cramer returned on
ti coachman Saturday! Monday afternoon from Prineville, and in
the evening they were given a very hearty
"informal" rccepiion by,a number of thci
friends, at theirhoment the Madras Hotel.
You huvo only to ntop nt Hotel Pol 11
iluxtorto bo convinced tliut II Ih tlie
inoHt popular hostolry In Prinuvllle
CoiirtootiM troatinout, good accomttio
datloiiH, tin 11 popular prices.
A oomploto Hupply of legal blankn (0
dalo Inoluding warranty mid qultolulni
iloodit, real, chattel aud crop mortgage
wto. JuHtlce court blatika ami JtiHtle
ourt work a specialty. F. J. Iiroolti
Mrs. Ralph Drown, who teaches tn '.he
Mud Springs district, attended the teach
on' meeting at this place on Iat Saturday
and brought vylth her about a dozen bright
little p'upus from her school who prticipa
tea in me exercises at tne meeting
ilux hiioilileuian Is' loonl agent for
Norwlou Union Vlre InBurancoSociet
one of the oldest and Htrongeat of the
ild-llne conipmilcH. If you desire In
tirrnncoon yoiir properry, lie will I
i'IihI to place It for you lu tUI com
Misses Pearl Vanderpool and Margaret
Goodln, of Prineville, were among those
who attended the Teachers' Institute at thi
place, from the county seat. While here
lite young ladies were so charmed with the
Madras locality tba thpy made an invest
mcnt in icjwn property.
John Hearing, father of Mrs. J . P
Hahn, and Miss Ollie, a sister, arrived on
Tuesday morning for a visit with Mrs
Hahn. On the same morning Mrs. Hahn
had started fnr Wasco to vis.it her father
and his family, nnd when only a few miles
out of Madras she met them coming in
on the stage, so she returned with them.
C. W. Klklnn auooeoaor to Jobnuor.
Isnoth & Co., Um begun an extensive
Holiday uale In ordsr to make rootn fnr
-ilteratlouH and improvement lu the
lore, From uow till Deo. 80 with every
purohauuyou will have onu-alxtli ot
ilieamouut returned to you In gondii
iryourownBoleetlnii'tliis means $10.0
n every $100'00 will be returned to
you. The aalu applies only tn the Dr
' loodd, clothing, hata and footwear tie-
pnrtmeuts, nnd ia for Cash Only. No
'"ttor way to get a Hue Christina
The largest crowd ever, assembled In a
ballroom at Madras was at the M. W. A,
dance last Thursday night. The floor
vas too crowded for comfortable dancing
but everyone seemed to spend a thor
Highly enjoyable evening, and the dance
was a succcsss both financially and soci
illy. The net proceeds were $37. The at
tendance of a large number of young peo-
I pie from neighboring communities added
(very. greatly to the pleasure of the dance.
the delicious supper served by Mrs, Tep
fll was all that could be deshrd. A
masuuerade ball is announced for Christ
W. A. LafcW president of the Colum
bia Southern Irrigation Company, accom
panled by Messrs, Wilson and Dlain, new
owners In the company, was In town on
Sunday evening, on We Way to the coV
pany's headquarters a Laldlaw. MV,
l.aldlaw always has an encdfiraiffhsr Word
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1 mum nc 111 inKs is Kteauv io
..t.t-1. I.. .1.1-.. Yj II. II.. -
cnled for a good blf td'wh ahd ls ft bVfght
future ahead of Jt. H klnterwted Injhe
tovvnjite of LaWaw, but lie says that this
swrtoh of tho state it b ough mkI wHI
fane day be rich wtoufh tostJrbort jVm.
kl Ur taWns wHHmit crowding, and ht J
"we ittottw be up nvalry.btt vejen litem,
SPECIAL MILLINERY SALE
Ladies1, Children's and Misses Hats
AT A FOURTH OFF
We nitJHt linve room for our
murketl lower than it fourth off.
mock of Trimmed inn) Tailored
Btyk'8 and colorlngm.
Wo are mill giving Fino China away with canh purehaHes, Lut
will dlhcoiitlnuo doing ho very soon. Parties having coupons
should turn thorn In for exchange beforo the assortment of
dishes Is broken. Wo will bo unable to mutch the pattern wo
now have after they are gone.
LtflST CHANCE FOf FEE CHlflflWflfSE
George Stevens ' has returned from
Prineville wh his family, and they have
taken up their residence in their new cot
tage. A. R. Eastwood, formerly of Eastwood
A Dee, but at present foreman for the
Great Eastern Lumber-Co. at their mills
near Ashwood, was in (own on Friday af
ternoon. He has disposed of his interest
in the Dee mill, and will devote all of
his time to the mill-work of the Great
Eastern, Mr. Eastwood recently fell heir
to something over 20,000 as his portion
of an estate in West Virginia, but he says
tht he is not going back to claim it until
next year, when his daughter will have
finished school, and that he intends to turn
the entire sum over to her.
BEDSTEADS FROM $3.5D UP
HEATERS & CQOK STOVES
CALL AND CET OUR PRICES
A ton of Barbed Wlro to dispose of nt
$4.35 per 100 for cash.
C. ft. 'LQUGKS & GO.
Macfras, Oregon 6th & C Sta.
Good Rigs and Good Horses
Transient horses given the
boat of caro and good feed.
AT THE SIGN OF THE MADRAS FEED YARD
A.M. WILLIAMS & CO
Dry Goods, Clothing,
IJOOT8 AND 8HOKS
HAT8 AND CAM
J, Vtf. BOONE
Dealer In homcmkilo
Harness & Saddles
Try our mtko of White Hirer Treo .
Block Huddle. TheUrtln tliu nisrksU
iJOTJQK tfO'n PUBLICATION.
Wiutrl'iiu'llt of Itttcrlor.
Uil'it tfftli kl.Tho.DuIlfs, OryRcin,
Notice U IimuIij-'hIu'ii ,llt tliu foUnttltiK-
nitilu"! ottlr JnH tlloil nullroot nix uitt'iuuni
omko fliihl proof in mW
....nimi milil nroot will bo msilo lioforo h 1'.
Itob, U, H. t'oiiimlMlmu-r, t Ids olllm in Mad
rK, e)rVkua( un Jftiuirj- , 1WC, vlx:
JatnVK A. Urown,
of CUlvitr. OriVun, Ort )I. K. No, m, fur tlio o
nw'i and ws mi 'V. P . ' w
llo niunen the folluWJHic ,wltnwn t l"f"ve
nl&ivltliwtitj! rlfoo Ua lid eultlvhtluu
otuld latut, vl , ir t
II J ttnUft l . Ori-(oii5,Jamei( Wyv
liiei..j(l MUlfgsn sad Kottart AniUirunir, of
fiUR NEW GOODS
Holiday GooiIh, Many are
The sale Indti.lnH our eritiro
Ilutfj, TIiIh Ki'nson'u, latest
will be ready nt our store to,
h1io,v a very line stock of Hol
iday Goods on' Monday, Do
cember 4, 1905,
Wo have the following; choice tracts of
land for sale in this vicinity:
160 acres of farming land, 15 mile's
south of Madras. Good house and barn,
all fenced; 80 acres now in grain and bal
ance can be cultivated. The crop will be
included in the purchase price.
240 acres . about 10 miles southwest of
Madras, ont Little Agency Plains. Ail
plough land;t unimproved. Level plateau
and, and as good as the best land in this
640 acres of land five miles northeast
of Madras. All under fence and 550
acres o'f 'it good plough land; balance
good pasture land.
40 acres of land 'lying th,de'rCpjurnbia
Southern 'ditch'; all irrigable.
100 acres ot tanning jand lying 12
miles north of Madras. Hqs fjne spring
upon it, and ball fenced.
800 acres of farming and pasture land
15 miles north of Madras. Thirty acres
can be irrigated and Used 'for fruit ranch
or garden spot. -
Title to all of above tracts perfected.
Abstract furnished if desired.
Prices and terms reasonable.
For particulars apply to
D. P. Rea, or
Grizzly Post Office Store
Do you know where to find the bargains?
Lot us toll you! tf" to drizzly liwt Oillt-o
Htoro, Mid you will 11 ml & full llni o(
Hanlwnn1, mooorlcM, nil kind of
Chinioil (loodi, Calico, nlul Kut HN8ort
moiit of Meit'H KiirnlslililK. Also all
Uludrt ol l'ntviit DrugH.
Ladies' Hose, was 30o, now 25o.
Coimj unit sco our ItU'oiiii, nil let us
Show you our I'MU'KS AKK IIHIHT.
AN.6 FEED BARN
GOOD HEALS . .. CLEAN BEDS
(IKAIKAKU t AY Of A.l. KIS1W TOK 8AI.1E
Carries tho Largest and Beqt 8oIected stock of Gents
and Ladles' Ilebil'y-Mnde Clothing of nriy kUA'e In
Crook County. Latest styles, best fit, lowest' prices,'
Alfjoafulf and cri'rnpleto Hue of everything need by
the farmer and stookman, Send in a trial ordef
and be Convinced. " ' 4 ' "
WURZWEILER & THOMSON
Prineville , Oregon
Capitol Stocky $25,000
I J. W. FJ&ENOH, Pres.; H. A. MOORE,
l-1 IWt- ICIM r- XI .MUIVI-.I-
IDrafts O30. -11 Farts of tlie Wxia ' 1
AT SHANIKO IS
D. A, HOWELU&
Good stook Careful drivers, Best of hay and grain,
5 WATER-TANKS and GRAIN-RACKS
I - ALWAYS Oh HAND '
fcrc jwc-hj1 wac ym-'u-JiL- j-w hp w v y jui a. Jm ha
Iluu iwlua nlu Ul Ifilil I tm
1 R TOfe.
I Antelope Drug Company
A1SITP1 .n&F- OREGON I-
PreBoriptlon work a principal feature of this store. STo stibstitutfon.
Accuraoy guaranteed. Mall orders receive careful attention and de
livered in return mail.
'select line of perfumery and toilet articles
GENERAL COMMISSION &
Largo anil Cpinmotlloin Warohoute. Conslgntnentii Sollolted.
l'fompt attention paid to thoae who lavor us
with thulr patrouagi)..
C. E. ROUSH tfvop,. (m,
Keeps censkantV on hand the best-. . ) t
FRE5H Xtib 'S&iT MEATS
t Aii'tl .pVb tke' blftheat toftrket prlqe'for Ft Oattle
Hogs, Ubeap, Butter, iski d other i'ariH-ProduoLv Y'k
WE CAtt SATtSft YltfftWAKTt
Vice-Pres.; F, T, HUELBUET, Oaabia
Kl NH OIMI 1 .Sfll I r
BOUGHT flNn Rfit it
WATTS MARBLE WORKS
WAHS &, BARER, PROP
jVIarle and Grgnite
Woodmen anil lodge Yorj ft SRecjjjltyr
Iron and Wire Fencing fpr.Geuietprlj
We ileal direct with cytflrrip. irj
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