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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1908)
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Den Ilclfricli was in Ulwh yesterday ;
from Limohtn. j H
J. VV. Cook spent several dnys nt Uie
., u.i.ler was In loivh
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countyseut during the past week.
MV, and Mrs, JrAeph Stuart of Youngs
were in town Wt Fritiay and Saturday.
Willis W. llrown was m lown last
Thursday and Friday iTrom Ins ranch nrnr
Mr. and Mrs L A..Ihtnt were in
town last Tllijrsday from their home near
Jestc Window, ft 'riromincnt rancher
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J, mneville wr.c In town
; anno, of Agony "
1 on t"s yiciay.
A.H,onof llewler visited
Mcueearl I l Medhee of
' ... .,mn vsteiday attend-
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.... t,nfM.U Hall in Mndrnv,
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i... ...niii.. icturning home in
Rand I n Nn-holsof Hoy
nn l.v nwday evening,
dtlicmec-nofh'- Odd Fellow
t this plat- e
n hlln. 'alhcr of Mrs. J. J.;
arrived here yi-Merday from
nomination f"r i"tinty school
tendenl, w.i in inwn with his
tori 1'ir l 1 .r neigWioMtoou inn
Merchant if ( ulver was io town
urcuy wh . loa-l l freight irom
heighirrs a'l report the road
ttopoK'w i .inyii to Shaniko
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l. a, tiotisci, who nas ueen
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iter. j rt v ra g in nuitiing
u JCHCJ Ul icjtill iiiuciihl:-) iu hic
mi rnnrrn in iiinrii r-, n . i ii
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Pex.iva! was m town Sunday
home near Youngs and spent the
. no wa, PM.fr ill ittirinir Ihr
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parents tf Mr. McUuijhlin
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U, mvuiK to sickness in hi
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of rtspon a he has received to
county piprrt at the teachers'
me vine, we tinitrn ho
from the (.'ulver district, was in AUdras
Jim Head and Miss Heilc I.andii came
down from Culver last Friday to attend
the dance in Madras.
Mrs. Howard Turner has been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i'crry Read,
nt Culver, during the week.
J. J. Itinton brought down a load of
lumber from the Cirirzly La'c Mill for
Madras partict, lastI'hursday.
Will Harbcr and Walt McCoiu were
down from Culver last Friday evening to
attend the dance iu Simfoid's Hall.
Henry Sachs returned the first of the
week from a trip through Western Ore
gon anrt as.fr south as Redding, Calif.
Jamrt 1 1 clfrich passed through Madras
yesterday returning to Kstacada from a
three Weeks' visit at his old homo at
). W. Robinson and Howard Turner
left, for Portland last Thursday, and spent
several days in the metropolis looking
after business matters.
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cy fr r, on, ,,r,1(u
mil lit if nir.
"JJohnni- i .impbcll of Madras
W "ty certificate,
Class of Rrdniond, who U cm-
"h'lH.r..at.s department of
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nl"ay m tle ta,road. He
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"Pcoiiim, ... s.eadily, and. that
nthstimnmrks very noticeable
5n'ltr,u is llmier the canals.
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al place Satuwlnv nfi
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yof Prinevillc, nron.lnmt rtil.
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han.l "" iiuuii. on us
lh7bywy of Madras
0 avo"l the bad ,n,t.
good r - UKh "C,l0n
,TC"5 nn their way to
Rev. J. K. Craig lequcsts us to say
that owing to the fact that the church
building is only nvaihhle one hunday in
the month, lie wlH hercaficr conduct ser
vices nt Madras only on the third Sunday
of each month.
Johnnie 'Campbell, who last week
seen icd n third grade county certificate at
the teachers' examination nt Prinevillc,
will fill the position in the Agency Plaint
school ii ccntly made vacant by the rcsig
nation of Miss Marie Galloway.
J. R Mcndenhall and Arthur Rey
nolds were in town last Tuesday from
their ranches near Culver. On their way
in thev. found a man's brown fur glove,
which they have left nt Culver post ollice,
where the owner can secure it.
Mr. and M$s. J. Is. McDowell have
moved Into Madras, and expect to make
their homc here for the present, and pov
sibl' will remain permanently, although
Mr, McDowell says they have formed m
definite plans yet. They are occupying
the rottage owned by Miss Delia
The Prinevillc Creamery company
shipped 6oo pounds ol butter to Portland
yesterday where It has been contracted
for by a commission mctchant. This is
the firit shipment of butter this count)
has ever sent to the outside world and
looks small brside the many tons of tlu
same commodity that have been im
ported Prin,cvillc Joilrnal.
He sure to hear Profrssoi
Ii. R. Moon's lecture on
'Mind," including a dis
cussion of spiritualism
Christian .science, mcnta
healing, etc., nt Madias
Friday evening, February
28, at 7130 p. m. Admission 10 cents
Mr Moon gicatly interests his hearers,
mil dmibllcss has a treat in stoic foi
Martin Pratt, formerly a "homesteader"
on Agency Plains, has been appointed
manager of the Multnomah football team
for the coming season. Mr. Pratt has
been tackle foi the Multnomah team for
eleven years, and is one of tlie most pop
ular players in the Northwest. He will
not play during the coming year, but as
manager will have an important part in
the battles of the Mullnomahs on the
gridiron. last Wednesday's hvemng
rclegmm contained a good picture of
Mr. Pratt in hU football uniform,
,AND FOR HUNT l7o iumch cultivil
twl land for rout, K miloH Boutli of
Mad ma. Will elmrgu M orop for uao
of land. Wrlto to 0. H. Relkuap,
Chinook, Wnxlh fL'O-mUi
SHU A. C, SAN FORD for Syracuse
plowH and ropaiiH, MiuIiiih, Or. Il.iti
MACKINAW'S, STORM COATS, mini'
and oliIWiron'H milta muHt uii,go. .1.
W, 51. A. RoldiiHon k Co.
ST RAM HOLUNO Havo your grain
Hti'iun rolled or dry rolled. 1 lutvc
good now equipment, enpacity 1ft tout
(tally. Priees: Stoam rolling, i!.rU
per ton; dry rolling, $-.00 per ton, J,
O.Waymlro, MudraH, Or. olMtf
Try our Imperial washing machine, it
t the best, McTnggart & Hye.
A coiiinlole btipDly of legal blaiiUu for
muIu Including warranty ami qiiltoliriui
oodH,reitl,oliuttol aiuloroii mortgage.
eto. Juatloo court ulaukH anil jut ion
court work aHpooInRy. Notary I'ubllo.
F. J, DrookB,
We must reduce our stocks before we take the annual inventory
and in order to do so rapidly we have arranged this genuine no
profit sale, which will eclipse any event ever held in Wasco County
Read the following items carefully. Every item is a money-saver
SUBJECT TO -CASH PURCHASES ONLY
Ladies' Lingerie and
Regular $1.35 grade,
" 2.75 "
T n u mn go na i n mi ho mi-in
Ladies' Tweed Suits
In Semi-Fitting fiiton arid Pony Jacket !
a zj two
X Regular $ 8,50 grade j
I " N9.00 "
i " 10.00 "
1 " 6.'00 "
and Cloth Jackets
Regular '$9.00 grade,
Sale Price, $7.55
" " 4.33
" " 4.32
u " 2.43
- Sale Price $ 5.00 i
" 6.27 T
" " 5.00 I
I Misses Long Coats
4. '$ 3.00 grade,
t 3.50 "
I 4.50 "
Millinery at One-half Price
We will close out our entire stock of millinery at
one-half the original price.
Ladies Long Coats
9.00 grade, Sale Price,
pi u md h " all fc-u
Clothing, and Ladies and Mens Shoes at a great sacrifice. 'All odds and ends in dress goods at One-Half price, and
hundreds o( other bargain too numerous to mention;
EElBlvIBEIS THHEIE PLACE Xj-ST TO COM2 EAELT
A. C: SANFORD
Successor to Sanford, Sill & Company
Agent for Syracuse Chilled Plows, Schuttler and Molinti
Wagons and the "John Deere lines"
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My prices are right anil I
will take wheat at Shaniko
prices less the freight, on all
goods I handle or v carry
MADRAS, - OREGON
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