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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1906)
fctd ha,' rc.urneU from a
P4l,h and ife of Haycreek
i Turner has been wie..u...B
1 TTi..u.il.dUrin ihe past
;.s m own Saturday
t pirtfth was in town last
f,im h nch cast of this
I: I,,.nr!red bushels of
LJhcfM."' Dew i, at
Ihel. ( . . ,
xi-heat and Oats lormiie
iVJadrrt, on ill PWn.
leoenU, etc , .
. t.Mt(nf44 visitor at
y!tat Vor several days during
,rt of the week.
r..u Lake Lumber Co. will
'' ' r .1.1 ..miikIi
it in payment 01 uiu ..
I,, the lumber yard. 7"
Lldt has a limited quantity of
bed seed wheat for sale, at ji
Apply at his ranch north of
Llacksinspentafew days in
Unto Porllanu me
;,irgan has rented the building
r, Snook's oflicc, ana on o.nui-
d his family and householtl
d'lirinir. to mane nnm hvcV-
aiition proof can secure' the
- - f !Htknlinn I n
f blanks lor nonce w nin.u"" "
attl Pomdexler is the mof t pop
dry at the countyscat. Under
nument. Courteous treatment,
S. Williams, of Madras, has
ing friends in The Dalles, nnd
day's visit with her daughter
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(x JlcrvCieiian, m dunlin
: Dalies Optimist.
ETij lor has leased the cast half
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m imeen, in mis lownsinji, iur
ri, from Morrow & Kecnan, arrd
a seed a lar;e portion of it to
Ering the corning year.
Lltte tupply of li'Kal blntiUn for
lulinifwiirriiiily nnd quit umltn
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Phillips, Alex Holbrook and
nnrr ni ii Tif i niria
mi. w. rv l iinifnrrtr ni in
o w -
A.W. Boyce, of Haystack, are
Koush, proprietor of the Madras
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ihei. ii . .ii i r :irr:iri(rninrni
man camera ana stage drivers ,
deliver me.lt s tn n.itrnn nlnnc
- ivihiii .ItlVgV Ml SUIIIV,
si in tnnn
M, Smnh, who went to The
witness in a homestead proof
. irrrniari . - : . .
nnirrnr in n o . ki
- uumu wiia in me
Dumess before entering a
n Agency Plains.
Klrtlpl? . i.i. -I.
tie Wurmspring Agency, has
" w " hic umni Agency,
.--.., ollu wlll (eave nexi
,()r his new location. Mrs.
recently spent some lime in
W'e her little dauchter at.
m I lit I n . . I. 1
Inman and I. v.. Pmnm r
"dog the past week. ir. lar.
OWOfr nf . c . ..
-. . a nut quarter secnon
the Little Plain .....
- Hitit MIU TV 11 a III
. ,V"M"8 oner ins business
,,s " "gaged in the mercan-
- - ou.cna, wmie Mr. Froom
'man irom the sume
-na miss Cttharlne A.
e married it ih. r km..
I IIVII1U Ul illlSl.
inunaay evening, Octo.
, i-nneii of the Methodist
wedding was quiet and in
,U5 ceremonv refrhmni
n parlors of Mn. PI
tuuf..n.. . '
,ul,y aecorated for the
W,n aututnn leave anA a.,.
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iur.ments and MIm
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John II. Ilrown and wife, of Haystack',
were irt town on Friday last.
W.ii. Williams was a bilslrlcss visitor In
The Dalles this week, having driven all
the way through.
Ander Anderson returned last Friday
from Shanlko with a load of freight for
McTnggart & Bya1.
Jnok Uhul-fili rettirnetl on tfupmlnjr
from i'rlnovllln, whrro ho epout this
A. V Culp linn none to Duma aftar
MrH. Culp, who linn boon vlhltlng rela
1 1 vets there forHoVorul Wbeka.
Diing in your wheat and get a heater
before winter. We wilt allow yotH 85c
per liuihel. Loucks Dros , Jr.
Loiicks Bros,, the filrrilture dealers, will
take wheat ht 65c per bushel on outstand
ing nccounts or in payment for new goods.
Oconto 8tovoii and iaok Church
wen'' to Hnyeri'tik today, to me tho
ipiHit Uuliro which ll bo 1 11 g opened up
The Pioneer oflice is prepared to turn
out nil classes of up to-date commercial
job printing. New stock, new machinery,
new type. Satisfaction guaranteed.
If yon haven farm or town property
for sale, list it with the Madras,
Company, Madras, Oregon.
TovttiHlto Biilldlnpr, Mndrnn, Oregon.
Dr. V. H. Snook returned Thursday
evening from Shaniko. Mrs. Snook and
their son are visiting the former's mother
in Portland, nnd expect to remain there
Our stock is complete (n plows, har-,
rows and wagons. Wc nie also pre
pa icd to name you prices on all kinds of
buggies and hacks, and wuh you would
give us a call. Sanford, Sill & Co.
MnTngiwl & Bye nrr illplnylng a
lino ti"W wtook of gluiHware, rnnguii;
In prtcofnim lOo, ouch piece, up. Do
not full tn ftt-o It, It IneliKk'H diHhes
you cannot afford to be witlioul.
Mrs. Lena M. Lamb has been quite
ill during the past week. Last Spring
she had a seven; attack of ptomaine pm
soniu,;, since which time she has nevsi
been quite well. She is much better
today but is still quite ill.
J. N. H. Gerking had a sack of his
fine oats shipped to Boise, Idaho, this
week, to a Mr; Smith. These oats are
for sted nnd were ordered by Mr.
Smith after seeing our exhibit at the
Irrigation Congress. Laidlaw Chronicle.
Charles Bye left yesterday morning for
Portland, from which place he expects to
leave in a few days for Bimidji, Miniie
sola. After, spending some time at
Bimidji, he will visit his old home at
Guelph, Ontniio. He expects to be
absent for about four months.
L. P. Paxton left on Tuesday for The
Dalles, where he goes to make final proof
upon his homestead near Fisherville. Mr.
Paxton does not expect to return to
this locality after making proof, but
will go on to his ohJ home in Clackamas
county, where he expects to spend the
Frank Itndtnnti h reported to have
ImiiKlit tho imtomohllo owned by C. A.
Crooke, of Prinevllle, nnd at Inst no-
conritf wnt Imzzliiir around tho Htreeta
of PrliiBvlllo at "thupnee that kills",
leurtilni; to bo lite own olinuJVuur.
The i!is-whkoii which hu bought la a
(J.hIHImc riiiiuliout, formerly owned by
I lie Ontrnl Oregon Transportation
There will be an open meeting of the
Madras school board on next Saturday
evening at 7 o'clock, at the schoolhouse.
All persons interested in the welfare of
the school nrrs invited to attend this
meeting, and subsequent similar meet
ings, which will be held on the third
Saturday evening of each month. Mat'
ters of interest to the school will be
discussed, and all patrons and friends of
the Madras school should participate.
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. We 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 cash will secure you the ben
efit of our special offer. Come in and
see our premiums, and let us explain our
offer to you. Sanford, Sill & Co.
npdlilpiitB of Anencv Plains, who
can neu tho long olialu of now-capped
mountains to the Wwt, ay that there
hRRtiwn considerable "now falUo In
the mountains dtirlns; the paat two
week, Some of the mountain peaks
which are hare during the 8ummer
are beginning to take on their winter
oovurh g nf white, we Imve titut 1
lonsr. diy Fall, but the general Im
prest-tiiti la that we tm In for long
and iHvre Winter. Farmer feuer-
ally will welcome it, aa It augurs
We want a share of your trade for
19 0 6
Our Hlon Grade goodft offefed, service and
Low Prices Merit It
Evefy cash purchaser can have a Grand
Entertainer a Talking Machine in the
home. We are giving them away. Get in
formed and save olir Coupons.
A. E. GROSBY
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Currlcn a Oomp.eto I.Jne of Drug, Medicines, Chemical, Household Remedies
nrUKKiKU' BniidrieM mid I'Jioto Hutipllcx. Country Mall Orders I give my pltcoiibI
Hiu-utlon. A Orndiiftto in clmrKo. Knfc delivery guaranteed. Your prescription
my Dpeolalty. fitryclmlno and Pent I)cttroycr. Stock Food and Dlr; of all klndu.
Aganey for KKHtman KodiiUn. Ilnth Thonen. WIIOI.KSALK AND RKTAII..
THE DALLES, OREGON
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, Oregon
WE HAVE PLENTY OF
Chopped feaMey, Wheat, Oats and Bran
Also the new
Madras Breakfast Food
Which is giving excellent satisfac
tion. We can supply you with any
SANFORD, SILL & CO.
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! 2. F. MOODY I
I ' ' GENERAL COMMISSION & f
! FORWARDING MERCHANT
Large nnd Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited.
irompt attention paid to thoso who lavor ub
wltn their patronage.
naUH'SHIMSIE III UHBUHSJBBBEBl jsshissskssi
Follows every "Universal" stove or range placed in a
home. There are few things that affect the content
ment of a wife so much as the cook stove she uses.
A beautiful and perfectly operating stove adds charm
to the work of preparing the meals. The
"UNIVERSAL" has a world-wide reputa
tion for being that kind of a stove.
McTAGGART & BYE,
bountiful crop during
the Melt har
Heating Steve fer S4,
A. large size hvater for sale tfX
iHqulrc at Planter eftlee.
John Lockhard is attending court at
Prineville, this week. During his ab
sence John Trotter driving the Heisler
Albert and Sam Kanipfer were in town
on Tuesday, the former having riled upon
a desert claim near their home on lower
Government Engineers Swam and
Aldrich, of the Reclamation Service, were
In Madras Sunday evening en their way
to the WarmspriHg am MateUc districts.
(They are mwuuring the Aow ef water in
ikei f everiJ streams in this section, "
Miss May Jackson,7 who has been vis.
ting friends in The Dalles and Portland,
has beeacalled home on account of the
illness of.Mrs. Lamb, and is expected to
return tomorrow or next day.
Chester E.( Roush returned Saturday
evening from a three weeks' vacation,
spent In Portland and with friends tn
Klickitat county, Washington. Hie rode
his pany all the way back from Golden,
dale, a dietance of over 120 miles, in lees
than three days, and stooped to viik for
VA0"? ef WVewns thrwmh
Prompt Attention to lVIa.il Orders
oy yjyjy jpr yyjy if m mjl -m i Jy. y-t J?
The best in Shaniko
Good Stock. Careful Drivers
Best of Hay, and Grain Fed
At Very Reasonable Prices
D. A. Howell, Shaniko, Or,
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CRAMER 4. STEVENS, "PROPS
irst-Class Wines, tliuof hd
Cigars. High tffcfoe dase ffocTos
tt fj.Fr AN
CORNER Pir-TU Aun P QriMeTa
. f ... w.ok&ao
Shaniko Wif&hotrse '(Mpatif
GENERAL STORAGE AND FORWARD! NQ
Special attention to Weol Ceding u4 BIhig fer KinHera s4?-
m .. .. . ..... Mia Haera triu
K S U kIBJd, &rihB" Woel kb1 Grala Back Wfrmlk, Grala,
.. . . . Price paia Mr umee ud FelU. tHoek
Yard, with all the leejriVfeat faelllUaa UtlfaiW Sfeek.