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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1907)
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teoftSioU of .March
January 3i '97
'new YEAR GREETING
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Ivenr, " , . ,
P- l'.nnrlV L'OOtl WlHllOS foi
tnny and prospermia auu.
I ..i wir nwinir to olima
tnditiona which resulted in
i failures, out uum m
pate success of this regioi
f.nitnf section litis no
l weakened, mid the couli
e and Zeal with wlncii UN
I.., r emit nun ncr thoi:
te-mnking will near goou
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If, "UOpO Bpmigo oion
fce human breast", ana
at f.'Lilnrus. the n
ft) UJ Ju" -
r holds forth much of prom-
u-i rrnnt e leer.
lie experience of the Alnd-
country lias not ueen unn
E r.f nvnrv now ianni
fiict in tlio Weetj and those
m jiuiv o-
l (lipmurli (lm first, nfiri
01 UOUUlHU BUUUUBO 1IUVO
rich v rewarded in the
jfortablo and piosperous
bs which thev built lit).
tinued cultivation of the
greatly improves it, and
hmllnr trn nannrrn rinn fnnil.
b, which in timo Will come,
i will become one of the
if favnrar f'irmttifr rlisf ril'tH
lm ofnfo fJnnrl f'rhnn will
linn ilm nrli'ttttr nf fhtt ffill-
Id, and to that end we wish
pose wno are courageously
liuuuaiiJuuoij unyujuu in
' development of this sec-
I, seasonable rains and a
ntiful harvest during the
arried, at the home of the
e's parents, near Methodist
I, on Sunday, December 80,
0, Miss Lillie Wawrinofaky
Mr. Emil Zemke. Rev. J. G.
liriDg solemnizing the mar
ie rite. The bride and
om are popular j'oung peo-
& of the German settlement.
. Zemke was one of the first
tiers in the Methodist llill
ghborhood, and owns the
pch upon one corner of which
built the German Methodic
wch. lie and his bride will
side at the ranch Upon Meth
Inrriflfi nf MMi TiLiir,
Alio JLilllVOa Ull
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! i during the past Summer
Dd nnwr lmn i. .
- iio ii nomesieau on
?encv Pinii.c mm
jty came out from his old
finio in ir
"-uiuwmaB quite recently,
awaametby Mr. Sherrod at
6 Lflllna ...1.
-....va, ivuejo inoy were
ard. They came out to
Was tlm i.t. .'-..l.
nl nv. . i
now residing oh the
cMnninii ... r.
i iu nwaco, wash-
!- i-xwmuer oi., 1UUO, MIBS
Dna Belknap, formerly of
"was, and Mr. (Wi Pm.in,.
TO which recently Jield an
nh, IU" i J-Jie Dalles lor
hsualiilodto practice ivn
Inn., ; bvu oiu tne re
the exanfination. Dr.
t 01 Mftarrts herfds the
f nlor, to MUi a
Happenings at Madras.
Sell sugar for cash only, 37 lbs. for $t
McTnKgart & Hyc,
c sell sugar loo lbs. for $5 75, cash
only. McTatjgnrt & Uyc.
Henry Winilom of Culver was
visitor in Madras last Friday,
Try our Imperial washing machine, it
is the best. McTaggart & Hyc.
Born, to the wife of A. Eagles, Dec,
18, 1906, at Ocnlralia, Wash , a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl McLaughlin came
In from Madras for a short stay in The
Elder lkrnard W. Hass will preach
in Madras at the Davis hall on Monday
evening, January 14,
Choice hams 18c per pound at the
Madras Meat Market, cither packing
house or our own make.
The Hotel l'oindcxter is the most pop
ular hostelry at the countyseat. Under
new manaijmcnt. Courteous treatment,
good accommodation and popular prices,
Henry Clay McCallister, the wel
known traveling man who makes this
territory for Allen Lewis, has been
elected president of the Travelers' Pro
tectivc Association at Portland.
W. .1. Buckley and J. II. Wcnandy,
who will personally take charge of the
new stage route just established, were in
town last Friday looking after matters
connected with their ntw enterprise.
A comploto Biipply of lugul blanks for
ualo Including warranty and quit claim
ducdH, real, chattel and crop mortgages,
etc. JuhUcu court blanks and jubtlco
court work a specialty. Notary Public.
F. J. Brooks.
Lost, a sorrel mare with white strip in
face branded J on right shoulder;
slightly lame and had on halter when
lost. A suitable reward will be paid for
information leading to Her recovery. J.
E, Wilson; Madras. j!J 10
Miss Clara Homey, who has been
spending the Christmas holidays with
home folks, returned to Prmeville 0:1
Monday, to resume her studies at the
high school. Her father, J. II. Homey,
accompanied her and spent several
days at the countyseat.'
Arrangements have about been com
pleted for organizationof a local lodge of
Odd Fellows, and the new lodge will be
instituted by olliccrs of the Grand Lodge
sometime in February. A meeting of
local Odd Fellows will be held here
next Saturday evening.
J. C. Robinson and family left Satur
day morning for Asluvood where they
will visit friends for several days. They
also expect to visit Mrs. Robinson's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brogan, at
Antelope, and other relatives at The
Dalles before returning, and will be gone
for twd weeks or more.
The wife and son ol Dr. A. A. Burris
arrived last Saturday, and have taken up
their residence at the homestead east of
town. The son, Victor Burris, fias been
attending Pacific University. Dr. Burris,
who is an Osteopath, expects to open up
anoillcein Madras at once, and wilt
practice his profession here.
J. W. Si M, A. Robinson & Company
are conducting a fifteen days clearance
sale which began on the first of the year,
and as an inducement to cash buyers they
are offering liberal discounts on all
articles comprising their large stock of
general merchandise. It will be to your
advantage to read their full.page adver
tisement in this issue.
Ernest M. Smith left last Sunday for
Portland, where he expects to arrange to
re-enter the railway telegraph service.
He has leased his ranch on Agency
Plains and as soon ns he is comfortably
ocatcd,,his family will (oin him. Mr.
and Mrs. Smith and their family will be
greatly micscd by a wide circle of friends
in Madras and on the plains.
The friends of Miss Maggie
Iteichen will be glad to know
that she is convalescing after
an illness of nearly four weeks.
T. A. Rutherford, 0. M.
Mudd and J. 0. Stiles of Laid-
aw passed through town on
Tuesday enroute for Port-
A hannv time was snon t at
the home of Mrs. M. tS. Percl?
val on Now Year's eve by
Misses Gladys sun ford, Nora
Livingston and Laura Phillips,
and Masters Beroh Livingston,
Charlie Oiaig, Ed Barton and
O'liver Phillips. Games wore
played . and confectionery ser
ved, tThp main attraction of
he evening was the "hunting;
game" in which the players
wererewarded with a prize at
We want a share of your trade for
19 0 7
Our High Grade goods offered, service and
Low Prices, Merit It.
very cash purchaser can have a Grand
Entertainer a Talking Machine in the
home. We are giving them away. Get in
formed and save our Coupons.
To All We Wish
McTaggart & Bye
L. D. Wiest, one of the best
cnown irrigation engineers in
the state, was town last night
on his way out from Bend.
Last Saturday forenoon a
curtain blew against a stove in
the second story of the Pilot
Butte Hotel at Bend and set the
building on fire. The entire
seoond story was destined,
causing i?!2000 loss, with no in
surance. The lire department
quenched the Humes in 25 min
utes nfter the alarm and showed
thorough efficiency. The hotel
will be repaired immediately.
IK DRUG STORE
Carries a full line of clean
fresh drugs, perfumes and
FRED J. DAMON
A.M. WILLIAMS & CO
Dry Goods, Clothing,
I100T8 AND SHOES
HATS AND CAl'S
THE DALLES HOSPITAL
Tlxe IDalios, Oreg-on
A PRIVATE HOSPITAL
for the treatment of all medical and
BurRical diseases, except suoh as are
PATIENTS MAY EMPLOY THEIE
Training School for nurses In connec
tion. For Information concerning tlio
eamo addreaa 8upt. of Nurses.
From $10 to $21 per week, ucoordluK
to room, Including hospital oaro and
For further Information address
DRS. FERGUSON & REUTER,
Tlic Dalles,- Oregon,
Fine Handmade Harness
When In need of harness call
and see my full lino of bund
mado heavy, medium and
light harness. Mudo from tho
Best California Oak Tanned Harness Leather
All HarueBS Btrlotly Ilrst.olaaB
A Full line of whips, lirldloa
and Halters, Harneea and
Always o u Hand. Shoo
llopalrlng. AH work neatly
ami promptly done
B. S. LARKIN, MADRAS; OR.
We are ready to put a Piano
or Organ in every home in
Oregon that is without one
But the time is short Write at Once
The extensive remodeling and enlargement operations in
our Portland store for several months past, have tempo
rarily left us without sufficient room for the display and
storage of hundreds of new pianos and organs which have
arrived during the past few weeks from eastern factories
We find it necessary to move this congested stock at onc e.
We are forced to adopt radical measures to accomplish
quick action. Reductions so decisive that they will com
mand your instant attention have been inaugurated, and
apply to our entire stock
This stock is the finest on the entire Coast, such world
famous makes as the renowned Chickering and Weber,
the popular Kimball, Hobart M. Cable, Marshall &
Wendell, Schuman, Weser and thirty other standard makes
as well as seven kinds of organs, such as the Kimball,
Burdelt, Crown, Pacific Queen, etc
For $1 77 we will sell you a fine piano made to retail for
$325. Equal concessions, on any other piano ia our stock,
regardless of usual profits or regular prices. Just think of
it. And these are all brand new instruments, drrcct from
In organs we also offer the most extraordinary inducements
now We will sell you a regular $85 Parlor Organ for
$58, a standard make of recognized excellence. Other
styles at a like reduction
You can buy during this sale on our easy payment plan, a
small amount down and balance in convenient monthly or
quarterly installments. And oUr guarantee goes with every
instrument, the guarantee of the biggest and most reliable
piano house on the Coast
This Emergency Sale will be withdrawn as quick as our
new quarters are completed. Don't wait, but call or write
us at once. This is the greatest chance ever offered to
secure a beautiful new piano or organ at a price that will
not be duplicated again for years, perhaps never. Write
EILERS PIANO HOUSE
"Bigger, Busier and Better Than Ever"
353 Washington Street Portland, Oregon
Z. F. MOODY
GENERAL COMMISSION &
Large and Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited.
Prompt attention paid to those viho iavor us
with their patronage.J -
A; E. CROSBY
Carries a Comp.ctc L ine ot Drugs, Mcditlrics, Chemicals, Household Remedies.
Druggists' Sundries and Photo Supplies. Country Mall Order I give my personal
attention A Graduate in charge, Safe delivery guaranteed. Your prescrlptiQU
my specialty. Strychnine and Pest Destroyers. Stock Foods and Dips ol all kinds
Agoncy for Eastman Kodaks. Both 'Phones. WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL.
THE DALLES, OREGON
The best in Shaniko
Good Stock. Careful Drivers
Best of Hay and Oraln Fed
At Very Reasonable Prices
D. A. Howell, Shaniko, Or.
Shaniko Warehouse Company
uctNbRAL, STORAGE AND FORWARDING
Special attention to Wool Qbading and Baling for Eaatern im
, i.8u. , "in Blamlth Coal, Lime and Builders' Material
01 all kind. Sulphur, Wool and Grain Back and Twlno, Grain,
Floured Fed. Highest prico paid for Hides and FelU. Stock
Yards with all tho latut and best facilities for handling Stock.
Mark Goods Oare ot
"S. W. Co."
T. G. CONDON, Manner.
he close of the hitntJ,