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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1906)
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Social Events Items
..La aoviw - . .
I"n"' ,,h to honcl in
& Monday -orn.no.
KcuW visitor in
been visiting in
veol and family left lues-
y was m " '
L left TuesJy morning
A. R. Eastwood was in town from
Prineville, the latter part of the week.
Choloo onions $2,75 per Hnok wlillo
(hoy limt lit Miulrnn Meat Mrirkol.
The Rev. Urown of lone is holding
meetings thjs week and there ts a good
On to tlio Orlzzly h, Lumber Yard
for yotir door mid windows nt prieen
that muko you Hmllo.
If in need ot a tombstone, write a
postal card o the Watts Marble works of
The Dalles and they will send you do
signs and prices on their first trip out tins
You havo only to atop at Hotel Poln
iluxturto bo convinced tluU it Ih the
mont popular boHtolry in Prliicvllle.
f Culver wm " ,own i Coiirtoou treatment, good
iKokBg after una
mOSVcu ond ltyc
.t.. iu' U. I laud.
L iomed on Friday nijlit
Etf visit with Ins family at
. t ,i. r niiilior Yard
ifply to A. 1'.
Li ion of the Antelope hv-
f, rehor m Madras at me
Is. McGee and Mrs. jerry
ilntioiiH, and popular prlcen.
The F. M. Loveland well wiiich is
being drilled on a lot in the same block
and J list south of the Pioneer office, has
reached a dcptii of over loo feet. At 40
feet basalt vyas struck, and they have been
drilling in that ever since. Mr. Lovciand
expects to sink until he strikes a good
flow of water, of which he thinks he will
find plenty when gets through the basalt.
Piincvjlle is to be connected with Al
bany by a telephone line extending acioss
the Cascade Mountains, and the line will
be completed as early in the spring as th
work can be done across the mountains
The line will be built direct west frcm
Pfineville. rietnss itift fntrntft In
w Pnaeville oa Tuesday to Cascadia, which is one of the most
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Wejwisfi all our Customers
gtart the year right by trading
with us. You'll find it to your
Loon boolcs are now open at
F, J. Brooks, justice of the
Lttrfor the June election.
ft Sunday morning for
la top to The Dalles. He
piagtd in business at that
finer of Tumalo was in town
land business. He says
it eight inches of $now at
town in town nn Friday
i en warn crcex near low
e ns a witness in the Osiran-
lof roajli and drvinnl linn
EH, door and wlr.dow
eaaJy chicken dinner at
k" Billy Moore cookH H
unit you. Do nut full to
Hin charge of the Great
rpcf engineers operating in
fH m a visitor in town
Ptoiag the neck,
Eatlim Society will give a
Ktti'at the school house at
U SalUflllU lninr. I,....
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iuuiiicu on r- riuny
visit at The Halite
is visiting at her old
Idaho, and will not re
J eeks yet.
""Fpljoriegat blatiho for
m' 411,1 crop inortKiiiieH.
J1' danco ,!lu
FUlIMIllJt Ull rrl.l.... ..1.. 1..
Flt-clasa l.ltmi ...tn i
1 '"naio auii j;
popular summer resorts in the Cascades
William H. Ostrander of Ridgcw.i
was in town last r rulay offering fua
proof upon his homestead in that neigh
horhood. It had been reported at Ante
lope, where Ostrandcr is well known, that
a horse he had been riding some three
weeks ago had turned up without its rider,
and that Ostrandcr had not been seen
Mnce that time, and considerable uncasi
ncss was felt there on account of it. In
(piiry was made by 'phone fiom Antelope
on Saturday, and they were informed that
Bill had been here "in the flesh" on the
J. A. Mcssinger of Hillsboro has pur
chased the Madras hotel property from
Archie Mason, the deal including the hv
cry stable run in connection with the ho
tel, and the price being 3900. Mr. Mcs
singer expects to move here in the spiing
and go into business at this point. For
the present the hotel has been leased to
W. C. Moore and the barn to Charles
Uizney, Mr. .Mcssinger visited in Mad
ras for a week during the early tail, nru:
Ins investment in property at this place
resulted from the favorable impression o
ihe town which he received at that time,
Railroad EnglpifCfS Arrivq.
ine pany or railroad cnoincirs in
charge of I. S, Gordon, who are running
the line up the Deschutes, arrived in Mnd
ras last' Monday and have pitched camp
on the flat back of the old Malloy build
m'. They expect to be camped hue for
cvcral weeks, while they arc running the
line up Willow creek and on south frtm
here as far as they can conveniently wcrk
from this point. They have been camprd
at the .T. II. Tucker ranch on the Dts
hutes for a week past.
UlmSCn nf n..i
Proof upon his
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Telephone Poles for New Line.
The poles for the new telephone line
connecting (his point with the Haycreck
ollice of the long distance company have
been set up, nnd the wire will be stiung
at once. The new line will be nbout 12
miles long and will give very much belter
scivico than has been had ovtr the line to
Prinevillc, The same company owns
both lines nnd they nre using the same
phones us those used by the long distance
company in ordar to get connection with
the long distance line,
COO norefl luml no ar Limntita nbout
15 iiiIIuh from Prlnovlllo Orouk county
Orogon, All tillable. Ono half under
utitti vutIoiit obonp for cash, write,
Grant Hendricks, I
LOUOKS & WILSON
(Jarry ti full unil complete line
Get prices and examine our
HEATERS AND COOK STOVES
Call and eeo our assortment of
Bedsfagds anij Bureaus
FOR REPAjRING FINE SHOES
COMPLETE LIME OF HARNESS AND SAD
DLE FIXTURES '
Tho best quality of Eepairing
Grizzly Post Office Store
Do you know where to find the bargains?
Let us toll you J go to Orlxzly foit Offloc
Htorc, h(11 you frill 11 n a full llnunf
llardwn'ro, Gioccrlcs, all kind!) of
(Jionicrt Ooo'li, Crvllco, and good assort
incht of '' Mon'11 VurnlAhlngs, Also all
kinds of Patent. Drugs.
Ladies' Hose, wan 30o, now 2.5c.
Co mo and sec our good, and IqI w
'kIiow you our J'lUCKS 'MIR ftffjllT,
LACKSMITHENG AND WAGON-MAKING
Horseshoeing a Specialty
WATER-TANKS and GRAIN-RACKS
ALWAYS ON HAND
Antelope Drug Company
Prescription work a principal feature of this store. No substitution.
Accuracy guaranteed. Mail orders receive careful attention and de
livered in return mull.
SELECT LINE OF PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES
Capital Stock, $25,000
R. T. JONES
Good Bigs and Good Horses
Transient homes given' the
best of care and good feed.
AT THE SIGN OF THE MADRAS FEED YARD
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO
Dry Goods, Clothing
1I00T8 AND SHOES
HATH AND CAPS
J. W- BOONg
Dealer In homo-mndo
Harness & Saddles
Try our inak of White Itlvcr Trci
Btock Baddle. Ttiu bent iu tUu market.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of thu Interior.
II. BXund Oniee at The Dnllw orKn
Di'ccmbor in, llpJ.'.
Notlco U hereby iilven that the following
named nettler hni filed notice of his intention
to make Until proof in niiort of lilx vltilm. ami
that nald prtwf will bo made Iwforo D. 1'. Itea,
(J, H, CouunlHslotuT, at hli ofllr-e In Madraii,
OreKDii.oii January 21th, Ishvi. vUt
Hherman J. uarrop,
f Culver, Oregon, on II, K. No. 11,001, for the
no 1-1 of koe 11, tp, l:l h, r, 12 e, w. m.
Ho names thu following wltnensi" to prove
his eontlnuoiis residence upon and cultivation
of unit! lnnd, lt:
James K. (Irout, Wllllnm Hawley, of MBiiras
Oregon ; llert Woodard, Klmer 0. wwddrldge,
of Culver, Oregon,
ic is verv
AND FEED DARN
W5HUY HKt), MAiiKRor.l
IIOOD MEALS CLEAN BEDS
OltAW AND HAV OK AM, KINDH t'rtlt StAI.lt
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Depnitiiicnlof the Jnteilor.
l Si, Land Olllco At The Dalles OnK"'.
December 10 1!KW.
Notice I hereby grveu. lhatl-Ji followKv
uumrd settler ban filed notice of hlx Intention
to imvke Until prouf. In nupport of Ills vltilm.
and that mild proof will be made )efore D.l',
Ilea, U, H. I'ummlnsloner, at bin offlco in Mad.
ras, OrtJpou.on Janimry 'Jlth, I'M, vim
of Culver, Oregon, on II. K. N". W.iX2, for the
mv l.tcwll, tplil n, rl'ifiwm,
lie tinmen tlio followlittc wltncoH to provo
hiH colttlilUoiu renlduitfo upon and cultivation
of ald land, vlist
jwcK, (irunl.Hlu'riuAn Hrrp, William
HnvIuVu,M,,rtt' ,riow Krr ,,1lf,,'l
land for sale in this vicinity:
Wc have the following choice tracts of J W' FBENOH, Pres.; H. A. MOOEE, Vice-Pres.; P. T. HUELBURT, OasLier
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLLr
Ia.rts of tlxe "ia
160 acres of farming land, 15 miles
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, on Little Agency Plains. All
plough land; unimproved. Level plateau
and, and as good 3s the best land in (his
640 acres of land, five miles northeast
of Madras. All under fence and 550
acres of it good plough land; balance
s;ood pasture land.
40 acres of land lying under Columbia
Sou'.hern ditch; all irrigable.
100 acres 01 farming land lying 12
miles north of Madras. Has fine spring
upon it, and is all fenced.
800 acres of fatming and pasture land,
15 miles north of Macjra.s,. 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.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
AT SHANIKO IS
D. A. HOWELL'S
Good stook, Careful drivers. Best of hay and grain,
GENERAL COMMISSION &
Largp and Commodious Warehouse, Consignments Solicited.
Prompt attention paid to thoso who tavor us
with tbolr patronage.
,For particulars apply to
D. P. Rea, or
M t A I M A.K K L I
C. E. ROUSH, Prop.
Keeps constantly on hand the best
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
And pays tho highest market price for Fat Cattle,
Hogs, Sheep, Butter, Eggs, and other Farm Produce.
) WE CAN SATISFY Y0UH WANTS - CIVE US A CALL
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Land Ollice at The Pallet, Oregon,
December 16, IMS.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
iiiir-wuni'd m ttler has tl!ed notlco of her
Intention to inaUe llnal proof In support of
her elului. and that said proof will bo
niailo before I). P. Ilea, U. S Oomnils-
sluner, nt his oillce iu Miuh its, Oregon, 011
aiiurny 23, HUM, viz;
Uutli K zabetli HroWn,
of MiultrtM, Oregon, on 11, iC. No. 13,KDft, for
the half nw quarter niid, w halt no quai
ter et) ! ll 10 s, r 13 b.w .
Sim names the following witnesses to
nrovo her continuous, veslilonco upon una
ouUIVAtlon of said lwnd-t
Willlnw Jl llnnnaiw Anders AmWrion,
William 11 Cook, Addle L JroI'sou, ull of
NOTICK FOR PUllLTCATrON
Departmunt of tho Interior
Land Olllco nt Tho Dalles Oregon. J
December l, lm.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho follow-
lug-named settler 1ms. Died, notlco of his
Intention to uinlie ilnnl proof Iu suppoj t of
hlHolalm, and that mU proof will bo made
before th ltelste and lleceivor at The
Dalles, Oregotiyon January 23, liKKI, yla;
of Madrtws Ohjou, mi U.K. NoUS,-!-?; for thu
w Hi lie M DjUl w W 0 W, w V tp, 9 , r. 13
e, v m
Ho names tlio following wltntBsesto
prove Ills continuous resldonctt upon and
cultivation of snlit land, viz:
Anton Hatklgta, Howard UUokerVy, Alfred
I'arkby, Juhtt E Evlck U.f Madras, Oregon.
MlCHAKL T. Nor.AN.
NOTICE. FQR PUBLICATION.
Pepattment of the! utorlor,
i.apd Ofli.ce nt The Dalles, Oregon,
December 16, 1105.
Notice is hereby given that the, follow- .
LngMinnjed settler luvi filed uctf ico yf hi x
Intention to uuiko final proot In support of ,
his otalm, and that said proof will bematle .
bttfore Dui P. Ilea, U. S. CommlSHtoner, nt
his office in.Mjulras, Oregon, ou .January t
John T. Bennett, -.
oXMadra., Oresou, u II K. No. 1178.. (or the
m 1-1 sw. 1-1, bw 11 so M sec l aiu.t.H" i-'i ne 1 t ,
hco kU, tp.ll s, rU 01 w in-
He names the . following wiiuesses to ..
provo his csutlnuoiu iesldonea..upwi nntL.j
cultivation of said land, via:, t.
Kud Iavl, W H Suookn, K OiAorv, J r ilah
all ofMadrao, Oregon.
MICIiAEL T. NOLAK