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The Madras Pioneer
MADRAS, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1906.
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1-1 km Art 'a oliirlinrr In an nt I Or. j
. m a j nf inon's slmtine to co at 10c and 12c
icm varus ui w
.A .Uwino a fine line of collars and ribbons at 25c
LV.tr.-rv shirts at $1.00
line of groceries is complete
r is still 14 lbs for $1.00
SILL & CO.
Will occupy the large and commodious
tore building built by the Madsas Milling
ic Mercantile Company as soon as it can be
moved to their lot on Main street, They
will be bctlcr able than ever to care for
their large and growing business in this
lemtory. Watch their ad.
Sill & Co., Madras, Or.
Don't forget that we carry
a Complete line of clean
Also have the celebrated
ND HEATING STOVES
BSattley Plows, Wagons
fAGGART & BYE
Madras, Oregon iWi
EAGLE WJLL SQREAM
AT PRAS ON THE FOURTH OF JjJLY
Commlttcoa Rapidly Materializing
Plane For A Mojt Successful
Colobrotlon of The Day.
A meeting was held ot t ho school
huo last Thursday evening for the
purpose of making nrrnwrementB for
a big Fourth of July celebration ut
Madras, preparations for which are
now well under way. Commlttes
huve been appointed u.i follows:
Committee on Programs O. U.
KouhIi, chairman, Mrs. Fred Ivih,
Mrs. W. II. Hook, Mrs. J,. Mi-Taggari,
Miss Ida Pnllllps, Glenn Loucks, J,.
W. RobltiBon, Jerry Cramer ad J2d
Flnuuce: J. W. Robinson, chair
man, J. K. Craig and B. ti. Lurkln.
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Miss Mue Jacknon and I). V, Ilea,
Grounds: Judge Ixhatn, Judge
Brooks and A. H. Vhilllps.
It Is planned to have appropriate
exercises In the morning, consisting of
an address and a muuloal program;
games and Hports In ttio afternoon;
with fireworks and a big danco in the
evening. Ample provision will be
made for shade and tables for tliono
who care to bring a basket lunch, and
no pains will be spared to make the
day pleasant for our visitoni ou that
come In contact with it will be quar
antined. Another case Is also reported
lu Langoll valley.
Those who remember the fatal small
pox epidemic which prevailed at
i'rlnovlllo and Shanlko and other
small towns In this section of the
state about threo years ago, will roost
earnestly hopo that we are not to huve
a ropolltlon of those droadful days.
WILL JPJLAY BALL
Gamo Petyvoon Prlnovlllo and Madras
At This Place Next Sunday.
Tho Madras and Priuovillo ball
teams will cross bats at this placo next
Hutiduy afternoon, In the Oral game of
the season between these two teams.
This is the II rut gamo that Madras has
played this year, aud will bo a try-out
fur the players, several of whom are
new men on thu team. The team hus
been crippled by the loss of C. A. Kid
die, who injured his hand iu a prac-
liou gamo some tlma ago, a meta
carpal bone of his left hand having
been broken, and by reason of which
injury be will bo unable to play Iu
Priuevlllo has played four games
this scbbou with Redmond, aud hue
won all four of them, giving her quite
u lead for thu champlounhip of Crook
county, Beud will also be an aspiraul
for championship honors, aud will no
doubt put a strong team In the field.
Last year there was a very lively rlv
k . . -111-
airy ueiween jjcuu uuu i-riueviiie lor
Tho local team has arranged to en
tertain tho visiting team by a big
dance ou next Saturday evening, ut
the Madras Milling Company's store
building, which they have rented from
A. C. Sauford for tho occasion.
WILL MOVE STORE BUILDING
Ed llnrbln, of l'rinevllle, has been
iu towu during the past week. Mr.
Harbin will have charge of the job ot
movlug tlio store building recently
luruliased by Mr. Bunford, from 1h
uieseut local lot. to its new site ou the
Haulord lot apposite J. W. & M. A.
Robinson & Co.
The (ask of movlug this bulldinu
will bo a much more dilllcultone than
might bo ttuppoited, and requires great
cate to avoid wrenching or Hiralnhm
Hie building. It will also require
nearly lO.OOU feet of lumber, In large
timber to be placed uudor the build.
Ing. To give somu Idea of tho size of
the timbers required, two of the sticks
will bo 70 feet, lung and 12x14 inohta
nidlmontdou. Mr. Harbin hus been
eugagod lu the bushier of movlug
holers ftir a number of years, nnd ho
expects to have this building on the
Huufonl lot and ready for occupancy
not later that) July 1st.
SPECIMENS OF CROWING GRAINS
G. It. Graham, who Uvea miles
couthwest of MadruH, brought In Home
lino specimens or tnls year's grain,
hist Friday morning. Among them
was a specimen of Llttlo Club wheat
ou which there was over a hundred
stalks to one stool, and all headed out
llnoly. A specimen orryo stood ovor
nix feet In height, and there were also
(luo specimens or beardless barley aud
other grain. They were all grown on
Mr. arahnm'fl homestead.
SMALLPOX IN SHERMAN AND KLAMATH
Several oases of smallpox nro reported
from Vaeo lu Sherman county, nnd n
numbor of oases nro also reported from
Klamath Falls, livery preoautloU Is
balDjj Ukeu to isolate tho kuowu paseB
of smallpox, nud thoso who havo
After a nerve-racking finish that
left the rosult of the rare for sheriff lu
doubt for several days, Frank JSIklns
was found to be tho winner by a ma
jority of Beveu over his competitor,
Jacob fUroud. An error discovered In
the Ashwood returns turned Into vic
tory what bad appeared to bb certain
defeat. The fMklns majority at Ash
wood had been net down as 23, where
as it was really 32, a difference of Dine,
which was just enough to change the
result of the election. The raco was
one of tho closest ever run iu the
county. Two years ago Ikins was
defeated by only three votes.
OFFICIAL VOTE OF COUNTY
The official count of the election
held June 4 gives the following result
lu this county:
For Sheriff Frank Elklns 700; Ja
cob Stroud "53; W. II. Blrdsong, 83.
For Clerk Warren Brown 790; Wm.
Johnson 702; Dwlght Roberta GO.
ForTreaaurer W. F. Klna; 808; M.
II. Bell 580; C. D. Bwanion 132.
For Commissioner R. II. Bayle;
708; T. H. Lafollelto 555; J. B. Mo
For Surveyor W. It.- McFarlaDd
For Coroner Gall Newsom 1074;
M. V. Turley 23Q.
Ou liqual Suffrage Yea 010 J No
COMING TO CROOK COUNTY NEXT WEEK
He WIJI AUend Tho Bond Farmers'
Mggtlng Afld fylako An Address
To Tho Poople.
Governor Chamberlain hna notified
parties at Bond that ho will be there
on Tuesday, Juno 19th, and that the
other membi-rs of the fitate land board
will probably accompany him. The
visit of tho state land board ja for tho
purpose of examining some of tho
segregations of the Deschutes Irriga
tion & Power Oomany in that locality
for which patent Is desired, and also
to look over other irrigation projects
iu that vicinity.
An invitation has also been ex
tended to th Governor to address the
Farmers' Institute, which will be held
at Bond on that date. Thia meet,
lug of the farmers was to have been
held a month or so ago, but was post
poned to await the pleasure of Gover
nor Chamberlain, who was busy with
the campaign at that time, and who
was desired as a speaker at the meet
lug. A large number of farmers from
different ssctlons of Crook comity, are
expected to bo present at this meeting,
which will bo one of the most suc
cessful ever held in Crook county.
Dr. VV. C. Ketchum, of Portland, is at
the Green Hotel, prepared to do first
class dental work at reasonable prices.
If you have teeth needing attention, now
is your opportunity.
A vory pretty wedding took place
Wednesday evening at the Methodist
church when Mr. Earl McLuugblin
and Miss Maude Kidder were united
In the holy bonds of wedlock. The
Rev. Mr. Jiuuett performed the
About 8 o'clock the invited guests
began to arrive and at the appointed
time the bridal party began its march
to the altar. Beforo the ceremony
took place Miss Celia Nelma sang "O
Promise Me." Then followed tho
wedding march played by Mini Bcti
lab Crooks. A company of little boys
and girls formed and with gaily deco
rated poles made arches through
which the bridal procession passed and
formed in front of tho clergyman.
Two llttlo flower grs preceded the
bride and bridegroom and then fol
lowed two little boys bearing the pil
lows upon which tho young coupla
were to kneel during the prayer.
Miss Byrtlm Horney was bridesmaid,
and Mr. Frank Foster acted as best
man. Tho ushers were Messrs. Max
Wunsweller and Warren Crooks,
The bride wore a dress of white silk
with a heavy flowing bridal veil
looped at the top with orange blos
soms. She carried an arm bouquet of
The church was decorated with rosea
and ferns and presented a very hand
The young couple start in their mar
ried life most auspiciously. The
groom in county road master and is a
substantial rancher, while the bride
has l.een a very successful teacher In
our publicbchools. Crook Co. Journal,
James W. Ilurt and iliss Florence
Thompson were united In marriage on
last Sunday afternoon, at the home of
the groom's brother on Agency Plains,
Rev. J. K. Craig, of Madras, solemniz
ing the marriage rites. Mr. Hurt is a
well known young Agency Plains
rancher, having recently entered a Una
quarter of land in that locality, whero
be expects to take up his residence at
an early date. The bride, whj for
merly resided at Sweet Home, has
lived at the J. G. Bolter home at Cross
Keys for some time past, and has a
large number of friends throughout
this section of the county. Mr. and
Mrs, Hurt expect to take up their resi
dence at their home on the plains
within the next few months.
Bee D. W. Barnett for farming and
timber lands. Farms for sale in the
best portion of Crook county. P. O.
address, Culver, Oregon.
WHER E IS
WEEK Yo U"
COPYRIGHT 1906 By THE BVSTCHBRoWH CO. CHICACO
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TIGE WILL SooN &E HAPPY, &V-STER, BRoWN
will come back. they will be on this
pa6e a lon6 time. they will delight you
and talk to you about our bu5iness.
perhaps you wonder how we got mr. r. f.
outcault, the creator of butter brown
and the world' s highest paid arti-st, to
make for ms a freh, signed drawing
each week. but we did it co-5t u-5 no
.small price. we are glad they will be
here. butter believed in truth. we do.
we make a profit, every merchant mu-5t.
we do n6t "cutprice-5"-except on broken
sizes or when overloaded. we make
priced right in the beginning. we wi-sh
to make money who doesn't? but we can
make more .selling at a fair profit and
doing a bigger businej-5. help yourself
by making our volume larger. we invite
you to look each week at mr. outcault'j
j. w, and m. a. robinson and co.