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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1906)
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Mrs. Mary 1'iUer, of Orizil', whi In
town lai 'l'hllrsday,
Pilrclmie frmtl McTaijtjart & Ilye onb
of lliule faihotis steel ntnyes,
We biirry the $, J H. colTeft, Give it
a tt;ll. It's vtlc bc3t that can bo had.
Mc'1'agjj.trt & Bye,
t.tugc Ictontl hand heating stole, nl
niost as good as new, for sale nt a bar
gain. Inquire al the riouccr ollico. 927
Lntkks Hroi,, thu furniture dealers, will
take wlicat nt 85c per bushel on olitstand
injf nccottnts or in payment for new floods.
Antonc i)atnt(la and wile returned the
first of l !e week from a trip to I'rlncville,
where t iry went with a load of wheat
to cxclianue for flour.
h jneobsen and M Kaufmarl, corn
inercail travelers from Portland, vere in
town Inst Fh"dny; makinij their semi
annual trip through Central fjrei;on,
McTrtfiUrtrt Sc Hyc will open up a
large and assorted stock of glussware in
about two weeks. Call and inspect this
line) best value that money can buy.
The Pioneer ollicc is prrpared I'd turn
out alt cinstes .of tip to date coituncrcial
job printing. New stock, new machinery,
new type. Satisfaction guaranteed.
If 011 liAVe h arm or town Jjroprrty
for sale) list It with the Madras Realty
Company, Madras, Oregon. Ollicc in
TowiihIUi lJullilliiKt MmlraH, Oregon.
Mtss Hertlia Conroy, tif 5iadras, Crook
county, arrived inn ninhi find this morn
ing chrollcd as a Mbdcnt at I'cndleton
Business College l'cntlltton East Ore
gnnlan. John A. Isliam and his sun, Archie,
returned on Sunday afternoon from an
extended outing on the McKent'e River,
and nt Blue River, wheic they. Visited Mr.
hh mi's elder son, Ira.
G L. Harpham has. again taken the
management of the Wapinitia House. &
Ii.it rt at Wnpinitla. Travelers Arriving
there Ht any hour of the day or night will
teceivc prompt attention. oti
Conrad Strasscr visited tit (lie home of
Gottfried Iarjiper on ThjUl Creek, from
Saturday until Tuesday last. . He
willed the entire distance, about fifteen
miles each way, and says that a walk of
that length is just good exercise for him
Charles Waterhousc left on Tuesday
for Granite Falls, Washington, where he
was called by the setious illness of his
father. 41c received a telegram on Mon
day asking him to come, and stating that
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ms Miner, who is 70 years oiu, nau
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Last week the Pioneer announced that
Andrew Larsen.Jr., had opened school
in the Agency Plains district. It was the
intention to open scnom, out tne new
desks ordered, failed to arrive ns expected
and the opening of the term has been
postponed on that account. Patrons of
the school will be notified In due time,
when the seats arrive.
Hie small Loveland drill was set up
over the Madras Milling Company's well
last week, and after drilling about 45 feet
through hard-pan they struck gravel, and
nn abundance of water. The old well
had been dry for some, lime, having been
sunk in the hard pan, and it was for the
purpose of drilling through the haul-pan
into the gravel underneath, that the drill
was brought into use.
('Mnx Wilson, Glenn Loucks and Ed
Mason returned on Monday afternoon
from a three weeks trip into the rnoun
tains, where th ey secured a large number
of splendid views with a camera. They
climbed within about 00 feet of the slim
mit of the middle- mountain of the Three
Sisters group, and. got some .Unusually
fine views there. They, also spent some
time up on the McKcnzie,
We are offering as, a special induce
ment for cash trade a number of beauti
ful pictures in handsome frames,, which
we give absolutely free to our cash cus
tomers. , Wc return you gifts to the val
ue of 10 per cent, of your purchases for
cash. Each purchase is punched upon a
ticket, so that all your purchases, large
or small, for cush will secure you the ben
efit of our special offer. Comn in anJ
see our premiums, and let us explain our
oflcr to you. Sanford, SiU & Co.
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At the homo of the bride's parents,
four intles south of Madras, at
n ie o'clock this morning, Miss Edna
L'rena, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs E
A Gillettt, and Mr. Ronald E. Esson,
of Hood River, were united in marriage,
Rev j. Craig tieing the nuptial knot.
A large number of the friends ol the
bride were present to witness the solemn
izatinn of the happy event,
Mr. and Mrs. Esson will leave at once
for Hood River, where they expect to
make their home. They carry with
them the good wishes of a host of friends,
ho have been won by the charming
personality of the bride during her brief
rtsidence in this locality.
We want a share of your trade for
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Our Hln Grade goods offered, Service and
Low Prices, Merit It.
Elvery dash purchaser can have a Grand
Entertainer--a Talking Machine in the
home. We are giving them away. Get in1
formed and savd our Coupons.
A. E CROSBY
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Three hundred and sixty ncres, located
7 miles east of Madrast 135 acrci under
cultivation, 250 acres tillable. Will lease
lor a (crm ol year, or by tne year, on
shares, Good, comfortable house, six
rooms, and stables, granary, etc. Good
well, For particular inquire nt thw
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CitrrlcM n Contp.iite T.ijo of J)riifjii, Medicine, Chemical, HoiuclioM Itcmedlcs,
DriiKglnU' Htiintrli'A and i;lioto, Hiii1Iuh, Country it nil Order I, Kfvp my personal
Httunlloit. A (I fcid 11 A to !il tcJuirge : HiUu delivery guaranteed. .Y,o,ijr i'rucript!on
my specialty, Btrycliulu'p piuUrext DentroyfJn. Stork Koodx mid .IMvxofjill kinds.
Agohc'y lor Eautmnu Kodaks. Itntli 'l'li'uues. WII0I.KSAL12 ANU ItUTAlL.
the dalles, Oregon
J. W. French, Pros. H. A. Moore, VlcePres'i FT. Hurlburt, Cashier
EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOll'Grlt AND SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
Capital Stock, $25,656 y
The ELK DRUG STORE
Carries a nice, clean, fresh line of drugs, sundries
and patent medicines. Prescription work a spe
cialty. Mail orders given prompt attention. You
can get your medicines at any hour of the day
FRED J. dAMON, Madras, btegon
A dark,.,, red muley cow, rather large
rocking-chair brand on left side. Any
information leading to her recovery will
be rewarded. Frank Galloway, R. F. O.
No. 1, Madras, Oregon. 04
THE DALLES HOSPITAL
A PRIVATE HOSPITAL
fnrtlio treatment of nil medical und
auigtoul dlet'ttuoB, oxuupt Htitili ua nro
PATIENTS MAY EMPLOX THEIR
Trululmt Suhonl for iiurnua .liKionneo
don. For Inforiimtlon nonceruliiK tlm
nil mo Hddre11 Bupt. of Njithh.
Frnm $10 to $21 por ycelr, aoonrdliiK
to room, Itioludins uoapiiai oaro uu
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For riirtlip.0G,rJPWtlo.n Hdd,rfM
DRS, FERGUSON & REUTER,
flie Dallas, Oregon,
Timber Land, Act Ju'119 a, 1878.
NOTICE POR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Odlcc, TI10 Dalles, Oregon,
Notice is hereby clveh that in comrdlanca
with thu iirovlslons ol the act of Congress of
June :i, 1878. entitled "Au act for thu sale of
timber lands In the states of California, Ore-
Kon, nevaaa anu wasnmeion territory," as
extended to nit the publlu land states by act of
John J. Itovd.
of Ilutte. County of Sllverbow, state of Mon
tana, has this day filed in this otltce his sworn
statement No. 29.il, for the purchaso of the sj
1111 ijiin. ivi uiiw oft iim ifiinriur, oee v, ip u s,
r 11 0. W 111,
And will offer proof, to show that thu land
sought aru more valueblu for tho timber or
stone thereon than for agricultural imrposca,
and to ehtabltsh his claim to said laud be f nro
II. I' Kills, V. S. Cnmmlsslohuf, at his office In
llnnd, Ort'Kon, on November H, UHHi,
ifo nainej ns witnesses: Amelia Sloan, of
Ilutte, Montana, and A. V. liiiiihut, K. K.
Dayton and William Hunt, all ol l.uldlaw,
Orugou. . ,
Any and all persons dnlmlng adversely thu
altovu-denvrlbed lauds are reiiuestt'd to tile
their claims In this ofllcu on or before said
Utli dny of November, l'JOrt. , .
MICHAEL T. NOIMN, '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DopiirttiiPiil of llio Inlorlor.
L inil Oillue utTlio Or.,
Notice h licreby given tlwtt Wllllntn
Q. I.utlilm, nf AltvliiiH, Oregon, has
tiled notice of lila intention to make
linul onmntiitntlnu proof In auppoi t of
blt olulin, vis;
IlmneHtouil entry No 13123, made
December 10, 100U, for tho 0 hair se
quarter 11 ml e liulf 110 quarter of boo 24,
tp 0t, r 13 0, w m,
Ami tliut Piild proof will bo niado
before I). I'- Reu, U. B, Commlasloner,
at IiIh olll eo In Madras, Oregon, on
Ho uumi'H the following wltnessqa to
provu hla coiitltinous residence, upon,
ami oulllvatlou of, thu laud, vlzt
T. N, Vlboert, U T. Lureon, George
Monitor nod William Jlrownlilll, all of
hakl T. Nolan,
e are offering with our "CASH SALES"
beautiful pictures, dbsolutely free, to the amount of
Ten Per Cent of the purchases Come in and let
Us explain our system of
Giving These To You
Our prices are not raised one cent, our motto being
"Quick Sales and Small Profitsi" We are making
Ihis a special inducement for Cash Trade.
SYRACUSE PLOWS AND HARROWS
Have" no eqtiah Biickeye Drills are guaranteed
and otlr fill! lines of implements are the best we
can buyi Give us a call
Sill & Co.
I Z. F. MOODY I
GENERAL COMMISSION & i
Large cud Commodious Warehoiu-e. Consignment Solicited,
l'rompt attention paid to tiiime who invar us
with their patronage. . .
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Clay pool Broth ers
Prompt Atterition to IVTail Orders
c jjr iy up upc age nf tfjt 3
The best in Shanifeo
Good Stock; Careful Drivers
Bestvof Hay and ..Grain Ped
At Very Reasonable Prices
D; A-; Hdwll, Shahikd, Or;
CRAMER & STEVENS, PROPS
First-Class Wines, Liquors and
. Cigars. High grade case goods
Corner Fifth and E Streets
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Shahiko Warehouse Company
GENERAL STORAGE AND FbRAVARDlNG:
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Bpeclal attontion to Wool Gdlng and Baling for Eastern ship
ments, Dealers in BlacJgnnlth oal, Lime and Builders' Material
of all kind. , Sulphur, Wool and Grain 8acka and Twine, Grain,
Flour and Feed, Highest price paid for Hides, and Kelts. f Stock
Yards with all the latest and boat facilities for handling 8tci,
Hark Goods Oar of
f . & fcoNribN, kihSetr.
U,n8 It Offered this yW,