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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1908)
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M,n.e Taylor. tltici.al of the
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In, her home... IN.rtor Sp.h.J
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Hcnncman of Milwaukee, arrived
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during the we.
jfrFatlanfl, r.mnty surveyor,
v'traldiys m U' locality dmim;
wtelt, Wfvrv.nR out new roads
county road viewers.
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a!)d evening April 5. MorninR
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attend K. A IMMOr'
Mclntinh of I'atilinn, has heen
i .wn 1 oiiuiii-.Mi)iier of the sec-
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Tho,. ' formerly of I lay-
Payne and Niiwom UOMvaitc ol
verc in t iwn last lucidity.
inakuK' linai prooi upon
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Knadna tcr McLaughlin and
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k "vr new roans nc
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.ntur ,u!rrc, .r their i-nndnl
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I noithern sections
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Mr M I) ,,!,!' flrst visll ,0
'"I-" r M. ).mil,i is sli nt
ip il of the Oufur
t ' join lift family
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"Willi 111 lr Ii
'1 candidate for
aiion for countv
,,was in Madras
I'rof. Ford was
' 'np llirouijll the
I' ' of the county
' "ididacy, and bays
iold a county con-
e "n April 22. at which
county tirktt uill 1, :....
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CW about OS votes fnr.lw.
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"J'Ker,,iu, doubtless to local
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"""y about 10 voters In
registered as members
--"usier, the well
; ral OreKo or Allen
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wa' "ade ,lst ThurHn m.
0 "me bcinir dn hi. r.
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Mr9, K. t'lirrish mid her son, Ualcijjh,
were in town last Sdturday.
t.nrenzp Thomas of Lnmonla, was a
Visitor in Madras last Friday.
Frank R. Hlair was ill town last Tues
day from his ranch near Yoiuii;s.
It, V. Jenkins was in town last Satur
day from the Opal I'raltlc country
Jack Dec was in town laM Tuesday
from Grizzly with another load of lumber
lor the hta;e company's new oflicc.
Horn to the wife of Frank J . Corwiti,
Wednesday, March 25, 1908, a son.
Silas While ntil wife left the last of the
wcok lor Hend, where the former has
.nun to work at the Johnston ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robinson returned
last Kaltirday eveninj; from a iluee days
visit with the family of, James T. Robin
son at Oliver.
J. V. Elliott of Jjiinevillc, a nicmbtr
of the board o bounty road viewers')
spent several days in this section during
the past week,'
J. C. Tucker and wife were in town last
Satuiday from the Opal Prairie country.
While here Mr. Tucker made Arrange
ments to make final pioul upon his home
Rev. Walton Skipwotth will hold cpiar
tcrly conference n't Madras on April 4,
and preach at Madras church in the even
uifj. Sermon by Rev. Skipworth at Jlian
stettcr fcchoolhoosc Sunday inoruin, fnl
lowed by n basket dinner. All come and
tiling your baskets.
William Hrownhill was in town last
Saturday from the north end o'f Agency
Plnint. He says that the votmc place
lor I.yle. Gap prcfinct hai been chan(;eil
since the aunounccmbnt was made icv
crnl months ajo, and that the pollitit;
plnce for that precinct will bp Stewait's
The 'mail was half .1 day late in reach
in Martras lait Sunday morning, oiii);
to a wreck on the Columbia Southern
Railway Saturday evening. The detail
of the wreck could not be learned, further
than that the Shahiko train wasofVthc
ttnek at Gnus Valley. Only letter mail
was brought through.
Uwiglit Roberts of Culver, was in Mad
ms last .-atur(iay. .'Mr. lumens is uic
mail carrier on the tmal free route at Cut
vcr, and he lias just purchased a new
mall wauon for the route. The new ve
hicle is painted white, and is closed in
with glass windows to protect the mail
and the carrier from the weather. It is
fitted nut with peon holes and letter
boxes like a miniatuic postolllce, lor the
accommodation of the patrons of the
W C. Conleton, candidate for the
Democratic nomination for sheriff, spent
several days in Jhis vicinity durirg the
Week in the interest of his candidacy. Mr.
Colleton had not vimcd this section of
the county before ill 12 years, and he says
that the last time he came thtough this
territory he hnd to $a without his dinner
as there was not a house between Dave
Harnett's place and the J. i. Campbell
ranch, lie was very much surprised at
the chances which have taken place. .Mr.
Conlcton requests us to say, that as he
wa.s unaolc to meet all of the democrats
ol this precinct, he is willing to stand
upou'lua record as a former sheriff of the
County, and he relers iiiem 10 any one
who was a citizen of the county at tnai
time as to his qualifications.
ThU minro hn Ikm'U rfM-rvt'il by Iho loenl
iruliliiliiiiii iirL'iiuliiitliiii, nml will Ihuh'h!'Um
)) iimtiiTfiiriilihoU hy them tuh cek.
,il lf?,J,l?H,iv!11 "cy hrod piH,
J'.nullHli orkHhlro crosHod with Poland
Uiitiii, tlioroiiiihbrtMl on hoih flidcH.
I'ivo boaiH utiil two howhi For priuoH
tind parllciilaiH ncoG h, Paxton, hIx
inili'M north of MudraH onv Shariiko
OlilVKIl TYPICWHITHIW.- Wo ..n
iiKonlM nml uiin ulvc von uood tcniH
011 11 miioliliiv. 1. 0. &. M. A. Robin
hoii, MiidniH, tf
H)UM) New Vlho Wayrniro wati-r-Htalion,
a koIiI band rinjr 'Ownur can
havo iiiino by calliiint tliiH olllce and
T(T TIIOSH WHO IIAVH DmXr.
Ilorluo, or Chaiuiiion liarvt'ttlou
mill' hiiiury anil will need ruiuiirH,
wihIi you would bok ovor vour
miu-lilmi and brln mo a liHt of what
you will Wulil at ouco, ho that I can
juuparu and urako fihlpiiiont by freight
boforo tho t.uy honsoii opoiiH. Aj C,
Sim ford. ml2-ii'J
8TKAM ROLIiING llavo yoiir
Hiuam roiicd or drv 10 od. J
pur 'on ! dry rollimr. 2.00 nor ton. .1.
C. Waymiro, Madras, Or. oltf
uood now eqiiiinii-nt, cajnu ity 15 toi
dnily. I'rlcoM! Hti-am rolling, 2.i
COMHINKD HAUVHSTBIta-If you
nro iiitort'Htorl in buying one uco A C.
Haiifurd, HKCiit at MiidniH. Ihl2tf
Try our, Imperial washing machine, it
i the best. McTaggart & Rye.
A voinpli'to supply ol logiil IiIihiIih for
"iilo Incliiilinu wiirniiily 11111I (juli cliini
di'uilM, roal, olmiti'l nml n'rop rriortuiieH,
inc. .IiiHtlco ciourt ,IiiiiiI:h mill jiiHtlci
roinl work UHpi-clalty. Notary Public.
F. .1. IJrookH.
YOll WlU.NOT ONLY sAVJC
but it will be greatly to your ndvan
tao to remd my local about miichinc
rcpaiiH. A. C. Snuford. ml'Jtf
riiinpuiiiiico roforni Im regard by
Hliort'Hiulitoil iiolltiuul uconoinlhtH hh
cxlromitly damiiKlnn to any (toinriiim
Ily or O'liiiiiioiiu'calth from tlio Htund
point of their Hiipnrlor (7) hoIuiico. In
Mark Twain' Hpeuoli tlio iintl-Hnloon
Inaiiio inuld'H bold to ruy that tlio
truth Ih preoloiiH hiiioiik phlmkIo nolen
iIhIh, and for IIiIh reaaon they re t-x-
t'L'L'iliniflv ocononiloal with It. All or
iliiinry InvHtlKiUlon eHtalillHlii'M what
TlioiniiH (Jurlylo Would call tlio limn
llv. anil Ollvor Wuiiriu 1 HoliiH'H tlio
niiHlnlty ol tlio hhIooii 11H an ouoiionilo
piodui'iir. It Ih In roallty u ooiiHUinor.
llrMt and lam; ilvr n produuor. Hut
lot two wi-Htt'ln oltlt'H ti'll their tnlo:
Khiihiih. Nuln iihIu
Population - Utl.opo 1.000
MouiihimI huIooiih Not any
Prt.norly valuo $32,000,000 $:10,000,(H)0
Debl of thoHtulo (132,01)0 2,(132 000
Honiliiil rleht . 00,378 1,100,(K)0
FOR RALE OR TRADE A Chatham
wheat oluanor, alinoHt new, with
wicker attach iiient, 10 nai-orted riddles,
will cleatiln llrst-f.hiHH Hliapenily grain
or ki'iihh Keed. , Will UtkolO for.Ri or
will tako 100 hiijlielpipf gooih oats
dulivered at niv barn in itvdnidnd', Or.
Frank Glaus, Redmond; Or. iu2(J-a9
NOW IS THE TIME to placo your
order for a combined harvester ho aa
to bo Mure of gutting it filled. A. C.
Sanford, agent. ml2tf
JUNIPER POST. Good odph for
hiiIu. J. C. it M. A. RobhiHon. tl
ONE 0 DORSE POWER and one 12
borne ji'twer niiHoline enijlno fornale
Mta h-rgaln. J. C. it .M. A. Robin
hoii, .Madran. tf
CATl'LE IfOl! SALIC. 35 bead of stock
Rattle; all youiiK. Some uood BteiirH
ainoux them. A. V. Warren, liny
FOR SALIi Rrood pow, and eight
p'gw; good Hlock hoH. Poland China
ami IWkHliirc; plg.s about one mouth
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per pair; will not bo hold
W. J FlehlH, Madras. 2t
J -J mm 1 n w mm 4. a n m m i.mmawmm
NEW STOCK OF
IS DRANDED (jT y
OM EVERY P tCftm
We havj jUst received our new Spring stock of shoes
and have all the latest shapes and best makes, Combined
With highest quality, We handle the largest stock in
this territory,- and can guarantee jx perfect fit at reason
tiact Keproduction of tills Style Slioe.
Call and examine our
stock and let us supply
you with WORK
shoes DRESS shoes
Edward C. P
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
BiiS'O' uOip IoCb
ELK DRUG STORE
Carries a godd line of fresh
drugs and patents. Pre
scription work and family
recipes made a specialty
T. A. LONG
Physician and Druggist
A. C. SANFORD
( Successor to Sanford, Sill & Company
BEND - SHANIKO LIVERY,
STAGE & STABLE COMP'NY
J. H. WENANDY, PROPRIETOR,
-n uii . u
Daily Stages to Shaniko and Bend.
Livery Service in Connection! Stables at
Madras, Shaniko and Bend s$S-S??5-S?J$-
Aent lor Syracuse Chilled Plows, Schultler and. Mbii
Wagons and the "John Deere lines"
Kx ponded for por
fluloon reven no
Tax ruto (total)
2 It, 202
waKt'H In nodloeime TopeUii ovor high-
Ihuiiuu Lincoln Ih $10 56, or a yearly
execs of $0l04.
Now tho llultlmoro and Ohio rail
road Iiiih put tho bun uiioii liquor. Tho
lietiil of tlio operating dopurtniunt Iiiih
BHiied an order to tho ofl'eot thut hei
wftur employes luivlnu nytlilnK to do
with tho dlieolloi) of traliiH will not bu
permitted to uho IntoxIcautH at any
time, oUhor when on or oft4 duty, run,
no pornon UBlng HUdll hevehige wll
hW?ti M ' ' ;.-:5Wi.?f n,. :.
My priced aVe, right and I
Will take wheat at Shahikd
prices less the freight, on all
goods I handle or carry
MADRAS, - OREGON
r norvi'f Parfecr ia
:A. M. WILLIAMS & CO
Dry Goods, Clothing,
4 . WRRATiTED
HOOTS AN' I) 8HOE3
HATS AND CAt'S
List your property
Wi handle all kinds of real estate,
have a number of bargains to offer.
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters
'fry One, You'll" Find It the
Best You Ever( Bought At
McTaggart 6c Bye
JAhks W. MAX, PRfipRIEfoii
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Fish, Vegetables and Country Produce