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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1908)
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, ,on las. Saturday
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, w.u In iwn
he Haystack country,
their mncl. near v-.-
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,r" near The Cove.
,.rtin(y,n,anr of lh.Hend
. . (lie hit ol tne
MrJij0Sfp1. It. Meiltlcnlinll
.... unn.lnv from Opal
w. Reynoldi kh hhowii
fr0,n lu "0,,,c ,ICi"
t was m
bjs rancn u w
jj Vibbett wa 1,1 l,"v"
on. her home on the north end
, Under made flinl proof
homestead, befoio Uomu.is-
orn last Friday.
Rankin, who been spend-
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c... n( tin- week.
rrgitined -t "'c I'o'dcxtc
t wu In t"n ht Saturday
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the new stagr oHice.
Wooliey rf I ' riliiMl was in
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Wilder m..e proof on hit
in the Opal I'r.mie district,
f Inlt lflfnr
Crewellleft Thursday for
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uroivnniii, i umciiy owner ui
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ttie I leaver m.i'.p Hern m.
rarreil, ol nr,ir Youngs, took
Miss Parrcll going " o Co
her son, K j'jeri Rea, has
her home .it I mil.uul. lr.ivmt
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nomin.lhon 1 ir r mmlv crlwml
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Inrien h;ii piirchased the
on Aciay l i.mik, and will
Mag.II mad fin tl proof on his
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7 . . j mils
left f 'r tli, -l,e l.ut of the
expects Mr ,.,, for a mon,,
'"vi hi i v..et, spent last
e n im. ,ri ii
. . , ft vlllUUl. tie
-J 1 ""I IIUJII1C5S, UlU
Hhlle ""e ,.tul uas unable to
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th)' . ryi.n ranch. line
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" i miner uiilCC
' ' ti i n at the ranch fur
Sum Hamilton of Ashwood, has been
vlalting fricn)3 in this ocality during the
Jolin O'Kelly, n rancher from the
Uliinrd Kidge country, was in town yes
John O. Hoher wai Jn town last Tue'
day, actinn nil witness In the ftia proof of
neighbor, John ), Uiii;t.
Miss Elllc Taylor vjtetl pvef the cud
of the week at L,oWcr Antelope with icr
sister,, who is teachlni; 'scpool there,
The date for letting the contrect for
the Mud Hprinfjs hpliool liouso has been
postponed tntl April 8, in order to jjive
contractors ituthjs scption an opportunity
1'crry Kc.vl and foward Turner were
in town )a Saturday from Cijlvrr. Mr,
Turner lel lor hi ifici near J'owell.
Hutten la Sind,y, and cpcc,s in t)J
course of tuna to reyelup into a full
Mrs. Thomas A. Taylor is another ol
the for,Ur)ate ones who have accord lim
ber claim at ths lte day Her claim in
located in the Hqe Mountains east of tills
place, and the notjee of proof jj icju
Mr and Mrt. Wesley Jviii(;iton, who
have been viiitiir); their parents at this
place, returned ast week lo' their home at
Vancouver, Waslijpijton. Jolly Mvinu
ston returned with then), and will spend
some time at Vancouver,
C. A. Kiddle left last Sundfly for
I'rinrvilleto enter upon hi) dutie there in
the Crook 'County Journal office. Mrs.
Kidi'te and Harold did not iucomtMuv
Mr. Kiddell, hut will join bun at I'rjne
villc In about wo,wetks.
G. I). Salnave of I'lineville, who was
arrrsted aajjjc tinie ftj;o on a ciarjip q
sending obscene letters (hroneh the
mails, plendrd guilty in the federal court
at. Portland last week, and was sentenced
to iSo days In the county Juil.
Services at the Christian church .next
rSunday morning and evening. Mornhi
tcrvicc combined wnli the Sunday school,
hejjinninf; at 10:45, lCveninj; fcervice at
7 :3o: Mibject, "TJjc Church of Christ."
Everybody welcome. R. A Moon, pastor
Jamat '. Hurt has taken possession of
the Madras Meat Market, for which he
closed a deal with Andrew Larsen la-t
Saturday. n addition to fiesh and cmed
meats, Mr. Hurt will handle vegetables
and diarket produce of nil kinds in sea
son. John J. Hnight was in town Tuesday
from his home near Cross Keys, making;
final proof upon his homestead in thai, to
calitv. Mr. Haighl's home-place is the
popular Ma;e station on the Shnniko
Madras Hend stage route, and any (rav
eler over the westsidc line could be a wit
ness to the fact that Mr. and Jrs. Ilaij;lii
have made a comfortable home there.
Ah all day meeting was held, at Phil
ips' dam by the Itaptist brethren last Sun
day, Rev. lindi speaking to the lare
audience in the morning, which was fol
lowed by a basket (dinner at noon. Rev
Urown nokc in the afternoon. The or
dinance of baptism was administered to
something near so persons who were con
verted recently at ineetincs held by Revs.
Hrown and Mads, immediately after the
il.C. MucAllister, representative of
Allen & Lewis of Portland, was in town
last Monday, accompanied by Mrs, Mac
Alhslcr, who is making the trip through
Central Orrgon with liim. Mr. MacAl
lister is a candidate for appointment to
the ollice of Master Kish Warden of the
state, with very Haltering chances of land
ing the position. He is one of the most
popular tiaveling men in tie state, and
his appointment would be a very popular
n-,t,),i 'in 1 -,. ,,, , ,.
t-OH BALL-.Sovcn fancy bred plga,
LnullHb YorkHhiro croHcd wjth Poland
V blim, thoiougbbrcd op both HidcH.
rivo Doai-H ami two bowh, For tiriccH
nndimrtlctjlnrnHooa.il. l'nxton. h!x
jiiiioh north of Mudra on Hlmniko
OMVHK TYPIfiWItlTKUS,,--W(j uro
i"KontH ami cuti rlv von uood torm
on ii rnuohlno. .J, 0, & M. A. Itoblrj.
Hon, Madraw. tf
IiOUNI) Near the Wayiniro water
Htation, 11 gold band ring Owner can
Imvo samo by calling at tlilu olllco and
TO TIOSU WHO HAVE Dcering,
Hodge, or Cliamjdon harvctliig
machinery and will need repairn,
I witdi you would look ovor your
maoliino and bring mo a lint Vjf what
you will want, at once, ho that' I can
prepare and tnako Hliipment by freight
before the bUHy BeaHou ojieiiH. A. C.
STEAM HOLLlNCi-lluve your grain
Hteam rolled or dry rolled. I have
good new equipment, capacity 15 tonn
tjnlly, Prieen: Hteiim rolling, $2.50
tier irm ; dry rolling, $2.00 per ton. J.
(3. Wiiyinlro, MadraH, Or. o24tf
POMUINEU HAKYKSTKItS-If you
ure inieroHicii 111 nnying one see A U.
Saifprd, agent at Madias. Hil2tf
Try our Imperial washing machine, it
i. the best. McT.'iL'eart & live.
A eoinpluiM hiiptily of burnt bbinkt for
luiiliiding wiirnitily mid quit, claim
leeiiM, real, eiiaitul ami orop inortgageH,
mIo. JiiHtlcecourt bliuikH iiml JiiHlleo
Hour! work KHpuelulty. Notary Public.
P. ,1. IlronkH.
YOU M'HiL NOT ONLY SAVE money
nni It will ho greatly to your advan
tage to read mv local about machine
jopairH. A. C. Sanford. ml2tf
POU SALE OR TRADE A Chatham
wheat rleanor, nltnont new, vitl
hacker attaclmient, 10 aborted riddlow,
will clean in flrht-elaftH Hhapo any grain
or uraHHHeed. Will take f 10 fpr it, or
will take 100 IiiihIk-Ih of good oat
(lelivered atniv barn in Redmond, Or.
Frank GIuhh, Redmond, Or. ni2fl-al)
NOW IS THE TIMB to place your
order for u combinod burvoRter no un
to he Hiiru of getting H filled. A, C.
Sanford, agent. mlL'tf
JUNIPER POS'IN. - Oood ones for
niln. J. C. it M. A. Roblurinu. tl
NEW STOCK OF Shoes
IS BRANDED jgr
OU EVERY .fBp-
Wc have just received our new Spring stock of shoes
and have all the latest shapes and best makes, combined
with highest quality. We handle the jargest stock in
this territory, and can guarantee a perfpet fit at reason
Exwt Beproduetloi of Style Shoe.
Call and examine our
stock and let us supply
you with WORK
shoes, DRESS shoes
A carload of wire has arrived and we
are prepared to fill your orders for
BARBED WIRE, STEEL FENCE,
BALE WIRE, STAPLES and POUL
TRY NETTING. We will be pleased
to quote prices on wire
NOT IN THE TRUST
MiTh 14 miloa from Haycreek. Iotigh Lumlicr $11.00 per thousand at
tho mill. Flooring and finishing liiniber $110.00 per thousand. Other
prices in proportion. Addreea GEO. I. LEE, Mgr., Aahwood, Oregon
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T. S, Hamilton, Pros. F. T. Hunuiuirr, Arice-Pr. J. C. Fowi,ik, Cshr,
EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY
FOREIGN EXGHANCE B0UCHT AND SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
Capital Stock, 350,000
A. C. SANFORD
Successor to Sanford, Sill 64 Company
Agent for Syracuse Chjlled Plows, 'Schuttler and Mojjne
Wagons and the "Jphn Deere lines"
My prices, are right and J
will take wheat at Shaniko
prices less the freight, on all
goods I handle or carry
ONE (1 HOIIrili POWER and 0110 li
liorxo power gnnohiio engine (or falo
ula bargain. .1. l M. A. Robin.
hoii, MadraH. If")
v hi' h she will join
i in 1
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15 txf 1 'i' I that he will
" 'up foe w.k m the near
' 'he rc iul, nts of dim nun.
'""ieu i,j the fill; tpqc tf iltiA
nu7r of ,hein Ilnve sub
'"naforcontiiiuir.g the work
'j I lie last week,
' nl This delay
"ii the 0. R. &
1 'uid, which m-
' ' r-d d.iys, and is
1 ! "lticB met with
1 "'intiy weekly.
1 'own lam Thins-
H says tlrat
wlilrlj was 1,11s
MADRAS, - OREGON
1 WCri A?JTAL
mk&W Ml4l&iffl Desidr
ure hilt nutwnrd sltritS of the evil
done In secret by myriads of dan
druff germs sapping the life blood
ofthciialr. Micro kills the para
site, soollies the Itching scalp,
gives lustre to the Italr and stops
It falling out. A single application
gives relief and proves Its worth.
Save ypur hair before too late.
Micro prevents baldness. It Is a
delightful dressing for the hair,
free from grease anitBtlcky oils.
Ask your druggist for free booklet,
HOYT CHEMICAL CO,
Stoves, Ranges, Heatet
Try One, You'll Find It The
Best You Kvei Bought At
McTaggart & Bye
' ' ,
fei A. MK WILLIAMS 8c Cojyg
j UKAI.KK8 IN
UNIVERSAL lDry Go0(-,s Clothing,
flftgP IJOOTO AND S1IOKS
HATS AND CAl'3
I THE DALLES OREGON
OSBORN & WILSON-
We Inuid'e nil kinds of real o.stntc, amK
have a nuiulu r nt burKuius to otter.
JAMES W. KURT, PROPRIETOR
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Fish, Vegetables and Country Produce