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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1907)
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Sitturfclny iiom CUlver.
nines 0, Kicc and Lex Loiitf were in
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school Inrmcri were lit town yesterday
in i lie wutrnMHiuus micncy.
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morning; irum iW3Mim, r aain)j;.ii
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ifir Conference ol the cicrnmn Mctli
tr i. tin ivi r f i ic mnn amis zirivinii
horse bt-c tma frightened and ran with
ilnoiuiiiir Mm tvl.inn from t!it ric
fracturing the larjjc bone of her right
bjiht below the knte. Dr. Long was
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for San Diego, Califo'nia, where
will spend the Winter in the hope of
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Mr, Loucks drove in to Shaniko
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vI.ij;ncss and his family.
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Mt.t.t mla fllM flltf flllr1lt ill fur
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x sue iiirci upon, up iu-uic imic
left U.e Dalles, and she will sccuie
in dec tunc, unlc&d sonic adverse
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plate in order that he may complete
W 'lkhe has so successfully launcjit il,
sr i mil i .iiniiiiiiiiuic tuiiii.ii wwim
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...lift IttuM (lit Iimm .vniiiil'lllniif
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N Moisc, a prominent businew
f Oin.iln, Ncl)raska, has been in
vi nity for several rinys during ilie
k, lookinj; over the country with a
v to investing. Mr. Morse shvs he
t-anl a great deal of the great wheat
of t cii'mI Oregon, and that he Is
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rrailv nlcascd with this immediate
ion, vhi It hcithinks in time will be-
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ii.cj Magurss nnd family left this
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nui i r i.oi kngcici i" jni ua.
i,r . f.tihrr, Nlr. Hoiden, who is
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dt-Mrcd his daughter and her family
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ly i iiled line, having a homestead
he i. itne i mini, uut on account oi ins
hr.dth sold out and moved to j'ort'
Since that time his health has not
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i "i M i in In, di'S of helm' huiiclitcil.
and Mrs. .M.igness expect to return to
ft rn. I.imt iirrt.iiaclMr It lit (ltilkit
the yield his year is goin . to be
rr a I uind Ih ui was ant cmaicfl. A
nrr irum iiir i inni l'rniim rfiiiiiirv.
v i. m lown the first of the wtwh,
v. . ) ii intertsttd in one of the thresh-
in i hnes operating in that locality,
in every case (lie gram tney
I turned out better than wns ex-
t-ii iy tne owner ol tnc land, Ilia in
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v rlmm i rr mm Irwin iiitui.lii
insii'ince ne cues is tnc oeorgc K()(l
l inch. Mr. Hodman expected about
Iui -lifts from the thresher, but got
about noon last Thursday ft strnw
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11 lIJi; UHI11VII111 til A IILtllllJl 1 1II1M
I, who lives southwest of Methodist
caught fire and was completely
wcu, mill m uic biuiic nine ia pigs
burned to death, entailing a loss of
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f thn nrHiiiciia llinr ninrniitrr A
Lt-rva iiuu it ii uiu aiiawuiic ill me
liad been burned, and the ntw nne
in nriir ir jii rinnnr iinrin ii ki i fini
begmi blowing nnd it Js supposed to
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iiiiiiicii to iiic inc siiinuiucrniL' snurKS
old strnwpilo and commtmicnted
re to the new straw, which was
lit rnncili.mil Mln mna uiai fiiti .
in n oen in the lee of the bnrnim?
nnd Mr, Hnrtnagel wns driven
in his efforts to save them by the
rom the fire. He places die value
straw at $ioo, as he had cut his
with a view to utilizing the straw for
tnd the i8 porkers were easily
Jiln Reed and Will Harber of Culver,
were in town Monday,
Try our Imperial washing machine, it
l the best, McTnggart & Myc. ,
Miss Ulive Hlnir was vjsitiug in Madras
yesterday froiii her home at Youngs
. Mrs LinnaB, Wood and ,Mis I'earl
Dean were visitors at Hnycreck on
Sheriff1 Frank IJIkins a lid family sprnt
several days at their ranch on Agency
Plains during the wrck.
Sam Coinpion was in town l;ls( .iit'ir
day Irom Gilrl!y( looking. ;i(l0r butiincss
for the Compton '& Uee Sawmill.
Miss Rosa Forney of Uoicpw, Iilnlio,
arrived here Wednesday evonipg, itul
will spend a week or more visiting .Mrs.
, All the lumber is on (lie ground for thn
Snook cottage, and cpr'peni,ers began
work the (irst of the week. I. F. Shuit
has a contract for the carpenter work.
Dave W. Harnett left the first, of the
week for Portland. He expects to spend
a month or more vuiling in Pnriland and
other points in the Willamette Valley.
Smith & Williams piK.nl (hroitg)i
town Saturday with their threshing outfit,
headed for Agepcy I'lainS) where lliey
have contracts for tliicshing a number of
W, H. Rodman was it) Madras, at
tending to business yesterday, from thf
Warmipring iry on the Deadline .
He plans to go to California to spend the
Miss Susie Hrngan, who has been visit
ing her parents at .Antelope, icttirued yes
tcrday evening, and has resumed, her du
de as bookkeeper for J. W.&. M, A.
Robinson & Co.
Leo Lafollettc and J. W. Collins were
in town the first of the wenk (mm Cow
Canyon, where they are personally super
vising the work on the new grade for the
big traction engine
Max Wilson left the first of tile vee,k
for the Watmspiiug Agency, whete ic
will work for to months or moie,
punning and decorating tome of the
government buildings. '
J. 11. Coo of O'Neil was m town last
Friday, on his way to Shanikp, Mr,
Coe win formerly in the bank atSlmniko,
but is now engnged in holding down n
homestead near O'.N'ril.
A ooiiiplfiii htipply of h'gul bhtiitCH for
-uli) Including wnriMiity mnl ipilt iiluitn
'lueilh, real, rliallcl atnl nrop nun tgiiKi,
wtl!. ,)llHtll!H ('OI)rt lllUllkH Mtlli jllxtluc
L-onri work UHpuelulty. Notary Pulillir
1'. J. Hroohh.
Miss Susie Cowhsrd lefi Saturday it r
Piinevillc, where she will attend the
County High School during the ensuing
term. Miss Susie finished the eighth
grade in the Madras school 'duting the
Gottfried Kampfrr, a stockman from
lower Trout Creek way in town last Fri
day. Mr Kampfer had a leg broken by
a kick from a home Several months ago,
and (his is his first dip to town since (hat
tune. The fracture has mendetl, but he
is still quite lame, and has to use a cane in
ld Kutcher was in town Friday, after
repairs for his threshing machine, having
suspended threshing for the day owing to
a slight accident to the machine, lie
threshed at his ranch last week and says
he was well satisfied with theyiuld. The
rye went 15 bushels to the acre, the
wheat better than so bushels, nnd the
oats about 35 bushels to the acre.
S. K, Gray left Saturday morning for
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nine Kiver, wiicrc ma wue nnu cuiuircn 1
liavc been stjendini? severnl months :ii the
home of Ira I sham. Mrs. Gray crossed j
the mountains to b at tbo bedtitdo nf her
father, John A. lihnni, whose death
occmred Inst Wednesday. Mr. Gmy
and his family will- drive ncrots the
mountains and arc expected home in the
next day or so.
G. Springer of Culver wris in town
yestculay. He says he will harvest this
year the greatest crop of his lifetime,
While he has not threshed he is'confidcnt
his wheat will go 60 bushels to the acre,
his barley at least 5c, and his white dent
corn 'HVell," said Mr. Springer, "it is so
high," indicating with a sweep of his hand
a point near the ceiling of the Journal
Monday being "Labor Day" nnd gen
erally observed as a legal holiday, the
opening of public school in this district
did not occur until Tuesday morning
when an unusually large opening attend
nncu was registered. As the announce
ineut had been made that school would
open Monday morning, both teachers and
a number of pupils were present at the
opening hour, only to find that the vaca
tion was extended for another day. The
attendance is quite satisfactory for the
opening, us many of (he pupils of the
Madras school cannot attend school until
nftc-harvest, when there will ben, notice
able increase fn the attendance ut the
Edward C. Pease Co.
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Let us fill your
McTAGGART & BYE
MADRAS MEAT MARKET
D. W. ADAMS, Proprietor
Orders by stage
given prompt at
tention and no
charge for deliv'ry
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
., . tiunu .mi bii ina
ke Lumber Co
The company's mill is now running and will soon be able to
fill orders for
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Moulding and Shingles
The yard at Madras will be stocked with building materials
including DOORS and WINDOWS
Tho snliwimm tit the vaiil will ulso find time occasionally to build
TANKS, WAGON 110X133 CUPBOARDS, ETC. Tho company is
installing mont machinery, niul is better than ever proptued to supply
tlio demands of its cuutomcra.
Grizzly Lake Lumber Co., Lamonta, Oregon
.niwuumj 1 aaunniimuu
ncu mi u 0
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Mouse has been thoroughly renovated. No better table in Cen-
tral Oregon for the money. Your wants will be courteously
attended to, Headquarters for traveling men.
First-class Livery in Connection j
.1. W, LIVINGSTON, Proprietor
.iiuii Muuu uu im uiiiin HU 11
I lmvo purulinsed tlio shop of 1. A. Hamilton oppouito
Uviu(?Hton'HHtnl)loAtuid HOlio.it your patronage. You
will find our work tlio Kind that pleasea y
A. W. GULP,
i NEW DAILY STAGE!
From Bend to Shaniko and all interior points
New and Up-to-date Outfit
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN
Till-; MOST SCENIC ROUTE IN CENTRAL OREGON '
BEST EATING HOUSES ON ANY STAGE LINE
Daily stages through Agency Plains Country nnd irrigated diatrictp of,
Crook county. Prompt attention given to express niid baggage. Fust
freght a specialty. Eor rates address
J. W. & M. A. ROBINSON & CO., or J. H. OVERTURF, Agent,
Madras, Oregon Shaniko, Oregon
The best in Shaniko
Good Stock. Careful Drivers
Best of Hay and Grain Fed
At Very Reasonable Prices
D. A. Howell, Shaniko, Or.
Z. F. MOODY
GENERAL COMMISSION t
LtxrgS am! Commrxlious Warehouse. Consisni.i'-nts Solicit! i'.
Prompt attention paM to tlioo who iaor ua
wit- their patronage. i
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Shaniko Warehouse Company
OENERAL STORAOE AND FORWARDING
Bpecial attention to Wool Oding and Baling for Kaetern' ihlp
mentB, Dealers in Blacksmith Coal, Lime and Builders'' Material
of all kindi. Sulphur, Wool and Grain Sacka and Twino, Grain,
Flour and Feed. Highest price paid for Hidcn a,n.d Pelta. Stock
Yards with all the latest and best facilities for hnr.dlina Slock.
Mark Goods Oar of
"S. W. Co."
T. G. CONDON, Manager.
ELK DRUG STORE
Caries a good line of fresli
rfrltgs. -and patents. Pre
scription york and family
t' recipes made a specialty
T. A. LONG
Physician and Druggist,,
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO
Dry Goods, "Clothing
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