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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1905)
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The M. W, A' lodge Is makinj; pre
pariitinns for a bi; masque ball on Christ
Mrs, M. K. Perclval, Miss Grace
Smith and Florance Wight spent last Sun
ilny nt S. D. Perclval's ranch,
It's getting cold and our heaters nrcgo
mg fast. Come and see them before they
arc gone, G. R. Loucks Co.
If in need ol a tombstone, write a
nost.il card to the Watts Marble works f
The Dalles and they will send you dc
figns and prices on their first (rip out this
You Imvo only to fltop at Hotel l'oln.
I ix tor to be convinced thai It Ih the
mot"t populHr hoHlelry In lrf iifvitfe.
(JoiirteouH trosiinunt, eond acooiuiiio
lntionH, miiJ popular prlcuH.
The Dalles Chronicle: Mrs. W. I',
Mortis and daughters, Misses Constance
and Wasco, have spent some time with
friends in The Dalles, Portland and out in
Crook county. They will IcaVc tonight
for their home in, Hoise, Idaho,
C. W. Elk'ltiH tuioot'SHor to .Tohti&ot.
Hr.otli & Co., baa begun nil oxtonslvo
uolliliiy salt) in order to mnko room for
illorfttloiiB and Improvcmnnta In the
itor(, From now till Deo. 30 with eve ry
ptiruhaKu you will have ono-olxih of
the unifiunt ruturneil U) you In gondH
of your own Holfotlmi-ttilfl uieaiiH $10.07
mi ovory $100 00 will be ruturtiod l
you. Tlio hlo appllea only to thu Drj
Oootlw, clothing, hata and footwoiur tie
purtineutu, mid la for 0$h Only. No
tiultor wuy to got a Hno Clulntniiu
The surveyors who camped in Madias
about 6 weeks ago and enlivened the dnl
uess of things hereabouts during their stay
will reach Uend about Saturday where a
oval reception awaits them, A danoe has
been organiied for their benefit. Hugli
) Kane has tapped a fresh barrel or two
f his best which will be placed at their
iisposal and if welcome, and throughly
ujayable time has anything to do with
the trend of affairs, Uend wi surely be
a terminus or a metropolis or a junction
on the new North jmd. South rail mad.
Silver Lake Dregoniun
Some of our local shet;p-nun
iiitvo been olier;d 20 cts. per
pound for thoir wool duliverud
at the railroad. The offer lias
been rejected, from the fact that
it is ytr early in the season and
that a buyer from the north will
s on be here to bid on the forth
THE OREGON EASTERN
PLANS ARE MATURING
(Continued from iAgo 1)
the engineers are working in
ho opposite direction at pres
ent, toward the Klamath
What is of more confirmatory
character in the news that
HENRY L KUCK
Harness and Stock Saddles
COWIIOY OUTFITS A BI'KCUTTV,
Denier In Collar, Wlilim, Kobei alula gen
url Hue of llorso furnlililug Qoodn, Tents
Awuriign and Wugon Covwr. All work ynur
TIIK DAM.ICt), Oru
Grizzly Post -Office Store
Do you know where to find ths bargains?
U't us toll you ; go to Orlzsly 1'ont onico
Bturo, and you will find a full lino of
llnrilvvnro, (Uocurlon, nil kind of
('Aimed Uoodi, Calico, and nooi wort
inunt of Men'H l'urnUhliiBi. AIno nit
kliKU of l'dtfiit Drug",
Ladies' Hose, was 30o, noW 256.
Como mid w;e our kchmI, nrid lot u
Hhow you our i'HICliS AUK ItHlUT.
aNd feep bakn
1'KKKY KKKD, HmiiKcr.
GOOD HEALS CLEAN BEDS
r KICKS SltAlK)NAllC,
THE CHSiSTjvms STOE
OUR TOY SHOW la the greatcat yet seen In QENXRAL OREGON" and our Cbrlstrnaa
Dt'i'oriKlonB rival nil provloue yeorw. Gift goodH of every " df-Hcrlpt Ion for you. The desirable kind priced tlfiUt,
Don't let tlu children mix aeelng Toylatid and' E)qlvlle. It will make tlieir Chriatrn-iii a happy one.
A NATURAL TONE
bilities of this little machine for instruction and amusement are endless.
One Standard Talking Machine FREE to every customer-whose
Cash purchases from our Dry Goods, Clothing, or !3hoe Depart
ments amounts to - - . - - r
Call at our store and
comeij from the field is that the
engineers are losing no time in
simply making preliminary
lines, but the entire country is
being carefully examined and
the cross-BCCtioning is being fin
ished as the work is completed.
This is an unusual proceedure,
and leaves absolutely no ques
tion that the construction is au
thorized, although that inform
ation is withheld from official
announcement in Oregon, though
apparently being discussed by
representatives at Chicago and
It is hinted that it may mean
.beginning of construction work
on part of the line before the
end of the winter season. Grades
can be built and track laid east
of the Cascades during the win
ter as well as in other seasons.
of the year, and in fact there are
advantages in doing portions of
iho necessary preliminary work
BEDSTEADS FROM S3.5D UP
HEATERS & COOK STOVES
CALL AHD CET OUR PRICES
A ton of Barbod Wlro to dlaposo of at
S4.35 per 100 for caan.
G. R. LOUCKS & GO.
Madras, Orogon 6th & C Sts.
Good Rigs and Good Horses
Transient horses given Iho
best of care ntid good feed.
AT THE SIGN OF THE MADRAS FEED YARD
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO
Dry Goods, Clothing,
BOOTS AND 8HOE3
HATS AND OA I'll
j. W. BOONE
Doftlcr lu home-niaiVe
Harness & Saddles
i'ry ur wko ot White tUver Treo
Wtock gddtV. VUs bwt l XU warket.
R. T. JONES
Livery - Barn
hear this wonderful instrument and learn how easily you
in making the route from the
Willamette Valley to the crest
of the range during the same
season, not the least important
of which is the more abundtant
supply of the better class of la
borers. Immense orders have been
placed with various sawmills
for railroad ties, the purchasers
of which are not known as j'et
to the mill managers, some of
these orders being placed at the
mills of the Booth-Kelly Com-
pany at Springfield and Coburg,
and it is believed the ties are
for the Oregon Eastern.
We have the following choice trails of
land ior sale In this vicinity:
160 acres of farming land, ij mites
south of Madras. Qood house and barn,
all fenced; 8o acres nov 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, on Little Agency Plains. All
plough land; 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 of it good plough land; balance
good pasture land.
40 acres of land lying under Columbia
Southern ditch; all irrigable.
160 acres of farming land lying 12
miles north of Madras. Has fine spring
upon it, and is all fenced
80O acres of Tarmlng and pasture land,
I c miles north of Madras. Thirty acres
can be irrigated and used for fruit ranch
or garden spot.
ritle to all of above tracts perfected.
Abstract furnished If desired.
Prices and terms reasonable.
For particulars apply to
D. P. Rea, o'f.
MADRAS, , OREGON
Capital Stock, $25,000
9 i), n.xxiiiiiuji, rres.; n, a. iiuuiijj, vioe-rres.; x. x. nuaiiiiuiil, uastHPr
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD
IDrafts on .11 Ea,rts of tlxo "r;ij.a i-
; T TTT "T1 T) TT I TT T TT 1 IfAOTI Tl
LIVERY' AND FEED STABLE
r- AT SHANIKO IS-
D, A, HOWELL'S
Qood.stock, Careful drivers. Best of hay and. graln.i .
Prices reasonable. '
GENERAL COMMISSION &
Large and Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Bollclted.
1'rompt attention paid to those who tavor us
with their patronage.
C. K. ROUSTrl, Prop-
Keeps constant 6n hand the best
AnO pays the hlfchcat market pries for ut CHttle,.
HogB, Ubwpj Butter, TSgg, & ether ITarm Prddtioe.
We ca-h tAtttor, yiux wahts . - ' wve w'a mi
1L. -3 Sk. k. Jk tt. a . im. A a s. h.
Standard Talking Machines
Records are famourforthelr
Tone and Quality.
As a home entertainer it baa no equal.
The best talent in the country ia brought
right o your fireside to while away long
winter evenings with comical recitations '
and eongs. An impromptu dance may
be -jotten up at a moment's notice and
btre you have the best orchestras of the
country to play your music. The possi
can obtain one FREE
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Watts marble works
WATTS St BAKER, PROP'S
Marble and Granite
o hsr xt e nsr t s
Woodmen and lodge work a specialty
Iron and Wire Fencing for Cemeteries
Ve deal direct with quarries in Car
FORWARDING MERCHANT !