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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1907)
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,r'' in (he county,
Ed Kmchcr was in town on Tuesday
from iiil ranch cat ol this place,
I'ryc'M Poisoned Wheat, (lie best on
the inarltcl, at Madras Pharmacy. a.ttf
Horn, to (lie wife of Thomas E. Love
lace, April tf, 1907, on Crooked river, a
John Conroy left last Monday for
Moro where he will work in the flouring
William Harper has been cringed in
iloing some paper lmti;lni; at the Warm
HprltiK aijency during the week,
NUlcc otirad on the front paj;e of thin
paper. Conic in and look if you do not
care to Iniv, wc will lie pleased to show
you. This People's Hijj Store,
Wc are agents for the best gasoline
chjjfnc on the market, the "international,"
Cull and fceeour sample already installed.
J. W. & M. A. Koliinson it Co.
Miss Ilcssfc Koblnsoh of Culver ha
boon nisistinj; behind the counters at the
slore of J. Si hi, A. Robinson & Co
this week, wlillc they arc taking inventory.
Read the ad of Madras Townsite Com
pany in another column. Town lots will
be on thri market until June tt at present
prices, allef which they will be advanced.
The Hotel Poindoxter i ttie inort pop. j
ufar hostelry at the cotmtyseat. Under'
now nifiiMimicnt. Ciuirteoiin treatment. !
good nicumiiiodiiliuii mui popular prices.
It is now lime to think about ordering
repairs for your McCormick headers,
bindets, inoweri, rakes, etc. Call and
get our price. J. W. & M. A. Robin
son Si Co.
April s.jth Dr. Clarence True Wilson
united in matrimony at the parsonage
Ruei 0. Andius and KJbu Cuthetinc W.
Holdisliip, both of tliis city. Portland
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Drake of Bend
wcreti towiTucidny afwrnoon, on their
tray home fiom Poitland. Mrs. Drake
h'ts recently ictiirnwl from California,
where she spent the winter.
Martha May, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mr. Waller Darrow, died April 27,
1997) HKcd 2 yViit, 3 months and 21
.lays. The lemains were interred in
Madras Cemetery Monday afternoon.
A aompluio supply of Icyul liliuiltH for
do liiiilinlliig wrhiiity mid quit oluitn
IiuhIh, riml, oiiatttd 11111I ioi tuortgaoii,
t. J iihI Ice 1:011 rt liIiinkH mtd JiiHtlci;
ipiiirl work Hxpudlntty. Notary Public.
The Ciiistian Hiblc school held a May
Day picnic the fust day of May, at the
Jumper'' grove nouth of town. They had
a May pole and oiher exercises. Mary
To nil was crowned (pieen. A fine lunch
and a gunernt goml time was had.
John Wagcnbkut, who has been con
fined to his room practically all winter
on account of illness, was in .iladras
dating the past week, after a load of
water. Tlib was Mr. Wagenblast's
firtt appenmncc in town in a good many
iiiontiirf, and In friends were glad
to sec him about again.
R. V. Jenkins wn in town on Tuei
day from his ranch near Haystack. He
sny that there have been several very
cold nights dining the nsi week, but so
far as he can sue, no serious damage has
been done to the dull crop. The coldest
night, he says, wn Sunday night, when
there was half an inch of ice.
Clarence C. Ashley expects to leave
1'odny for Potiland, from wheie lie will go
to some point in the Willamette Valley to
makehis'hoiiie. He will drive through
to The Dalles, and go by'boat from there
to Portland, taking his team with him.
He has disposed of his interests in this
locality, afid will locate permanently
the .vest side of the mountains.
! I - I Campbell Soil Culture
t Manual for 1907
I We want a share of
your trade for
Our Hlgn Grade goods offered, service and
, Low Prices, Merit It
Every 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.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
At n btiBititjbs mtMilin of llio
sti)iMinttndiit8 of tli Sunday
schools of tho Mudnts disirict
it was decided to Jiold the next
district convention on Tuesday,
.Juno 4, at Madras.'
Thy ' following committees
Committee- on .program: W.
J. Jininstetter, AJVtt. J. II. Jlor
ney, Mrs. M. E. Snook, the Rev.
Moehring, A. l.arsen.
(Joiiiitiittci; on entertainment:
Mrs. M. Ji. Percival, Mrs. J. W.
Itobinson, Mrs. Terril, Mrs.
Ellis, Mrs. Mason.
Committee on finance: Mrs.
Craig, M. C. Mason and Mrs.
Everyone invitwtl to come
with baskets well lilled and
with a determination to enjoy
to the utmost the feast pre
pared for mind and body.
Guaob L. Smith,
yMl TASSEL & DAVIS
REAL ESTATE, LOCATING
Oflico in the Post Ollice Building
A.'M. WILLIAMS &. CO
Dry Goods, Clothing,
HOOTS AND SI10E3
lIATd AND CAI'S
Regular price $2iso
AND PIONEER ONE YEAR, BOTH $3.00
Wc have rhaclc afrangemcnts with ivlr. Campbell by which sub'
scribers to the PIONEER can secure the manual for $1.50. Ncv
subscribers, or old subscribers by paying up, can secure this
valuable book on farming in the semi-arid West at this reduced''
price PIONEER, -------- $1 '50 '
1907 SOIL CULTURE MANUAL 2 50
Regular Price - ' - $4 00
Our Price to You, $3,00 For Both),
The 1907 Soil Culture Manual
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limou uu itiitnv ilhiftinLtiotm iih tint 100.5 .hamuli, aiiil in mutter and uonenil ninke-
iij) iuqmtodifforent.aiid trenta iimny new and iiiiiKirUtiitfiubjects. It is coinpilwl
from iturufuland porsiuU'iit experiments and olwcrvation ih Held work, covurina,;
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J. W. French, Pres. H. A. Moore, Vlce-Prcs. F.T. Hurlburt, Cashier
! EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY I
FOREICN EXCHANGE BOUCHT AND SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
Capital Stock, S25.C00 . . i . , , . ,
Dcposui $250,000 S H AN I KO, O R EGO N
Birl NVrlglitof lhnd was in town
J. L. Kuuvor unit datightur of Iieinl
wi'i'o In town last Tiitndiy, on their
way to the luilrnud at tiliaiifko.
Oliurk'H ). Hrown, u ltfinl real estate
man, wun In MmlriiH hint Tuuhday
ovuiiliig, on IiIh wuy to the rullroad.
It. I''. Utierlii mid funilly of Now
yYoilc City wern in town last night on
tliulr way to JJhuiI, whom thuy will
Hptmd tliu tttiouiiiT. Mr. otiorln will
rehlde at tlio Hiuwell-Utieiiu ranoh
ciiat of iiuml,
Mr. mui AfiH. T. (i. Condon of Shun
llto wuru in -town youtorduy and left
tlilH inornhig for Prlnovllle. Mr.
Condon Ih looking after htiHinoHa mat-t.-rs
for the Blmnlko Wurehotito J-'o.,
of vvhleh lip Ih tnaiianr.
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GRAND MAY BALL
Friday Night, May 3
All-Night dance; good music;
good floor; good lime,
Vnn iA linifnf nnmn
n ' M mm
M I UU liaU UDIIUI UUlllu h
Frank Loveland was in town
yesterday irom the Hunter
placf, where he is drilling a
well, lie has been attended by
f more bad luck on the present
hob of drilling, than , would be
required to discourage most
men. After getting down a
couple of hundred feet the drill
broke into a crevice and was
caught, and they were not able
to begin wotk until Tuesday
last, being delated six weeks.
Cn Titesday'morning they gut
the drill to going nicely again,
when one of the parts of the
drill broue, and another sus
pension of the work will be
necessary, as the broken part
will have to be sent to Priue
villa to bo repaired. If perse
verance in the face of repeated
hard luck counti for anything,
Mr. Loveland says that they
expect to solve the water prob
lem on Opal Prairie.
ii. B. irelfrich unci J . IT. llel
frioh and their families, and
Mrs. Jack Helfrich and her lit
tle son, Devero, passed through
Madras on Tuesday, on their
way to Portland. "-Ben and Jim
Ilelfrich are going to Portland
to work on a contract for grad
ing streets. Mrs, Jack Holfiioh
Is taking liar son Devero to
Portland, to have an aitillcial
eye put ill. The little fellow
had the misfortune- to lose an
eye last yenr, as the result of
being bitten by a dog. Every
effort was made to save it, but it
was finally' found to be neces
sary to have the oye removed.
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Itetneinher thu May Hull tomorrow
ulhf, Friday, May 3.
jj " .... Until June 1 1
UntilJune 1, 1907, all lots of the Madras
Townsite Company will be for sale at
prices from $50 upwards,-according to
PRICES Wj-LL BE 'NCREASED
After that date prices on all lots will be
increased from 50 to 100 per .cent
There will be no deviation from this rule
Parties desiring lots at present prices
should buy now, as this offer absolutely
closes May 31, 1907
MADRAS TOWNSITE CO.
DON P. RE A, Secretary '