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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1906)
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W. J. Cowherd w.ii in town Tuesday
for the first lime; since being hurt several
weeks f(jo by falllnj,' off a horse.
GoIiik ntcoHt Wild only n fow left
doora mill wIikIowh, uIho tnuhed wire.
A clmtico to kuVo iiioiHty. OtiekR &
Moro Observer: S. I', Conroy, father
oi Mrs, loriKins, was a visitor with Kcv
Tonkins and family on his way home
(roiu Madras to The Dalles.
John I'nlrnchn, who lias bean in Port
land for n month past, returned to Mad
ras last Thursday afternoon. Mr. Pal
nichn has a contract lor construction work
for the 0. K. & N. company on the pen
insula near St. Johns.
L. A. Hunt, who reside ins the Hay.
stack neighborhood, was elected vice
president of the Crook county Sunday
ichoo! association for the Madras district,
at the meeting of the association held at
the county seat last week,
The Mud Springs school closed hut
Friday evening and quite a number of the
patrons surprised the schoolma'am, Mrs.
Ralph Hrown, with an appetizing dinner.
This leim of chool has been a very sue
cessful one, and Mrs. Hrown's work is
meeting with he approval of the patrons
of that district.
If you r jjolr.g to buy a grain drill
runioinbur tlmt Hun for J & Bill fim-u
wimo whJoli they bought rt n bnrgniri
fiom a (Inn Hint oloNcd out of huHlno h
iiml will hell them ist u bargitiu, only a
low loft itiiil purtlcM wlclilng lo l.uy
ittd better ttivtn nt once, eil'ier
.MiulruM or Hbiinlko.
Afcint a share of your trade fqr
Oi)f. Hlgn Grade goods offered, service and
L,ow Prices, Merit It.
Every cas(i purchaser can have a Grand
Entertainer a Talking Machine in the
home. We are giving them away. Get in
formed and save our Coupons.
THE DALLES HOSPITAL
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Reuben Joneh sold his large bay team
to Charles I'owcll of Moro last Thursday
the consideration being S275. This is
sjJod piice for houcs, but the team uhlc
Mr. Powell bought was one of the best
in the country. He ent from this place
to Piincvillc, nnd is buying heavy horsis
for use on the ranches of Sherman county
Why not nnvo motley mid buy n good
DRILL Ctl E A V of Hiuifor.l & Hill.
Snow fell on Grinly and other buttcs
southeast of here, several flays during the
week, and if these, occasional snows find
1 aitis continue, there will soon be plenty
f water in Willow creek, which finds its
tonrcc in these hills. This will mooable
lie the last month of "drouth" in Madras
and it is said by some that water is already
beginning to come into the wells i.i larger;
Henry Dcitzel, of the Madras Milling
& Mercantile Company says that the
statement made in the Pnneville paps's of
two weeks ago to the effect that a suit in
equity for S6000 had been filed at The
Dalles against the Madras Milling Com
pany is erroneous. I he suit filed at I he
Dalles is by Mr. Dciucl for a settlement
with the old firm of S. P. Conroy & Sons
of The Dalles, of which firm he was a
nember, and the Madras Milling &'Mcr
cantile Company is in no way involved in
Joe Stewart was in town from Helper
several days during the week. He has a
very sore thumb as the result of having
cut it upon a piece of biokcn glass one
lay last vttek, and was in town for the
ourpose of having it Healed. The injury
was slight at first, but on Saturday moili
ng blood poisoning appeared to be se'-
ng in, and next morning joe hlimcd ovct
) the doctor at this place. The injured
member was very much better when he
Princvillc Review; II. F. Deitiel and
Max Put, of the Madras Milling & Mcr
atitile Company, came up Tuesday to
tittle the affairs of the company, which is
n the sheriff's hands, The ecntlcmen
re confident that the indebtedness can be
iquidated nnd the business resumed
hortly, as matters are not so gloomy as
they appeared to be last week, The lia
bilities of the company tre but $6500, In
stead of $ 1 1,090. as the Review had it in
the last i.sue. We hope the matter will
be speedily adjusted.
Hon. S. G. Cosgrove and his son, H
G. Cosgrove, from Pomeiby, Washing-
Inn ft I ilnna n title I rjrt I i 1 1 Air
ing the latter part of the week, looking j AnteiOpe,
over the lands of this sectuii. Mr. Cos I
A PRT'ATE HOSPITAL
for tbu treatment of. till medteitl und
siire;iel diHeahef, except suidi as are
PATIENTS MAY EMPLOY THEIR
Training School for nurHcrt in connee
lion. For Information concerning tin
jntne midreii'j Supt. of NurNea.
From $10 to $21 per week, according
10 room, Including hospital cure uud
For further Infnrmntlnii uddreffl
DRS. FERGUSON & REIITER,
Tlie Dalles, Oregon.
R. T. JONI
Grizzly Post Office Store
Do you know wiiere lo find Hie bargains?
Ix-t UK tell 1 ou ; fjo to Grizzly Tost OOlce
Btoru, mtl you will find a fuU lino of
Hardware, Oioforien. nil klndi of
Canned Goods, Calico, and good RMort
in nt of Men'. Kuriitnliirif,'8. Also all
klndu of l'atont Drug.
Ladies' Hose, was 30c, now 25c.
C'lint and ieo our goodn, and let us
n'jow you our 1'KK RS ARK HKiHT.
Good Hlgn nnd Good Horses
Tnuioioni horiex givnn Hie
Ih'mI of cure and good feud.
AT THE SIGH OF THE MADRAS FEED YARD
AND FEED BARN
I'KIUtV HKKD, 4tHiinger.
GOOD MEALS GLEAN BEDS
IK.UNAXttUAYOF AU. KINDS FOH SAI.li
First Glaus meuls and beds,
Prices reasonable. Head
quarters for all Btage lines.
We have the following choice tracts of
land for sale in this vicinity:
160 acres of farming land, 15 miles
south of Madras. Good house and barn
all fenced; 80 acres now in grain and bal
ancc can be cultivated. The crop will be
included in the purchase price.
800 acres of farming and pdsture land
15 miles north of Madras. Thirty acre
:an be irrigated and used for frtiit rancl
or garden spot.
240 acres about 10 miles southwest of
Madras, on Little Agency Plains. All
plough land; unimproved. Level plateau
tnd, and as good as the best land in this
640 acres of land five miles northeast
of Madras. All under fence and sta
icres of it good plough land; balance
(ood 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
ipon it, and is all fenced.
Title to all of above tracts perfectcC.
Abstract furnished if desired.
Prices and terms reasonable.
Succossora to J, F, MORRIS
R?n?,E. General Merchandise a
' LtOTlIG, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC., ETC.
ffail Ocerrs Receive Ppompfc .Rfcfcenjjign
31xoest I3la.rrj.es3, Strap
work:, a,rtd. a,ll lcind.3 of
Xjoatlier "Vvrorlz done neat
13T and on sliort notice.
J. E. WILSON
3 M'ELROY BROTHERS I
BLACKSMITHING AND WAGQN-MAKIN6
Horseshoeing a Specialty
WATER-TANKS and GRAIN-RACKS
-ALWAYS ON HAND-
A. E. CROSBY
Carrloi a Oornp.ete I-Ine of Drugs, Medlclrios, Cliorolcala, Household Remedfos,
Druggists' isnndtles anil 1'lioto Supplies. Country Mall Orders I give my personal
attention. A Graduate In charge. Safe delivery guaranteed. Your prescription ,
my specialty. Strychijlne and I'est Destroyers. Stork Foods and.Dip4 of all kinds.
Aganey for Kastrann Kodak. Both 'Phone,. VIIOI.ESALE AND RETAIL.
For particulars apply to
D. 'P. Rea, or
Antelope Drug; Company
.Prescription work a principal feature of this store. 2jo substitution.
Accuracy guaranteed. Mail orders receive careful attention and de
livered in return mail.
SELECT LINE OF PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES
C. E. ROUSIi, Prop.
Keeps constantly on hand the best
rKcon aiw z5iui iyic 3 d )
And paj'8 tho highest market price for Fat Cattle,
Hogs, Sheep, Butter, Eggs, apd other Farna Produce,
WE CAN SATISFY YOUR WANTS
CIVE US A CALL
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
AT SHANIKO IS
D. A. HOWELL'S ,
Good stock. Careful drivers, Best of hay and grain.
grove Sr, I ot e of the most prortinent '0&J-k'l'i'
grain growers of Washington. He is an
attorney and Is prominent in the politics
of the state, His sou is also a practicing
attorney and is associated with his father
in the practice at Pomeroy. Mt, Cos
fjrove and his son came here with Koscoe
W. Hell, who was a class-mate of Cos
grove jr, at University of Washington..
Mr, Cosgrove, who is an expert on grain,
lands, was Very much pleased with this j
immediate section of country, i ml ho pie j
diets a great future for it as a grain pio
GENERAL COMMISSION & I
t,ar6 ' CrulumoillolH WarelioiiiiO. CoiiKlgumoiitH Pollcllcd. J
1'iuiiipt atlonitnil piild In thovv wlui lavut iu
with thutr prttvoiuiu'e. .
SHANIKO, OREGON X
Shaniko Warehouse Company I:
GENERAL STORAGE AND FORWARDING W
Special attention to Wool Ceding and Baling for Eastern ship
moots. Dealers in Blackemlth Coal, Lime and Bulldera1 Material
of all kinds. Sulphur, Wool and, Grain Backs and Twino, Grain,
Flour and Feod. Highest prlco paid for -Hldea and Pelts. Stock
Yarda with, all tho latest and best facilitiea for- hndllng,.StJcix..
Mark Goods-Oar oi
"S. W. Co.
T. G. CONDON, Manager,