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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1908)
. Terror Yonn3, V visitor
..uit Sat" Jy
" , D. W. Aclnnw wpnt on
iin" r... .nrcilist ""mince (or
H: . uta Shaniko on business
LtmbauBh ami wife were In town
V:Lvcek from their home on
... ...,.. Inet Mnilll.'H,'
in (o sec his
writes from Vnncoilvcr
th.it lie i having n
j patents here
r ihe measles.
5,. we-andy of h; 'sk
,. was m
CO H""" i i
Lifter his busmessnt this point
L. i.-.n. ..f the Cornett .Slnj;e
L was in town Wednesday, buy
for the Wiliow cicek static stn
. - . . r..
nkSwnBbn.l left m aum -y .u
home m mui....,., " -
Ueral months vhtlinj: rciauvw ..u
1, o.tney anl Clarence Watt to
Sunday from I'tinevitie, wncrc
rirrltlt CflUrl ((IT
re oecn .Hin'""h n------
LffMcAndie and Thomas MoganJ.
ton from Aptebpc last Saturday
, They were on lhcr way to the
lies Dye started for hhaniko lat
iy, dnvin to horses and loaded
Ipo sacks f wheat which he is Imul
E... r.J .....I mr ,tntiir
Shlorence oc.uiuiy .inn -
in Madras Mvnl.iy evening, being
r ay to Uidtiw, where Miss Sea-
interested rn'Iie Laid law Uironi-
ijolio lv SdiVny.
Minnie Taviur, who unulied laH
her work as principal of the'Mnd-
pas gone to a district near
to teuin a two tnontns
Joe Stuart mid wile were in town last jpOl (TIP A I Pni iimm
Saturday front Youngi. rUL-l 1 JUAL COLUMN
ILuedileinann and wife left Tucs-
irmng lor Portland tobe gone a
more Mrs I u-ddeinann will go
tmland to her t I home at Mo-
jaho, to vr.it rrl.i'ivev
ley Morris of Sagebrush springs
town WcJnesIay. Me says that
useai'sod uirlcn and besides
abernes on 'he irrigated portion
instead thn season.
j'erry Read' of Culver, who has
Madras for several days, teturncd
bint at A mver I nesday, accom-
Mrf h rank Oliorn and little
, wKo will make an extended visit:
SiiEHenlli.it the meeting of A
ore, organijrr of the Farnict's
nal and C o i .Jtrative Union, to
itbthe fanners of Opal Piaiiie
bodiit Hill sections will lie coin.
held at Opal Piairie Saturday
IMay 16, at 8130.
H. L. Loucks, who lias been
the past eight months with rela-
; Southern ( alilornia, returned
M Sunday, Mrs. I,oucks lias
Merer from rheumatism for sev-
Mnd went to California to get
ptof the milder climate during
hhe was very much improved
A, Moon, who lias been pas
i-nrmwn c hutch at this place
t three months, departed Mon
pttland where he goes for bos
fcnicnt. Wder Moon li.i mml
1 ' a,"nK the residents of this
Sreatly segrct that ill health
nPl his departure from their
J. T. Koblnson of Culver, independent
cnndidnte for county Judget was in town
the first of the week.
H. K. Ntssntiv returned the last of the
week from I'rmcvllle, where lie vti in
nttendancn at the circuit court
W, If, Hishop was in town last Sntur
day from the Wnrmspting ngency. Mr,
Hishop came over after his son. Pcrrc
who lias Dcen attending school at this
place during the past year.
J. K. Peterson wtis tn tpwn yesterday
from his ranch 01 the big plain. Jake
says mat so mucl dirt has blown, ofl" of
?oiho ol liis nighbor's places that his
fa,rm is very ncV covered up,
U.J. Stockmcycr, a posto'Ikc inspect
or, who has been nspecting the Crook
county olljces for a week or more, was in
town the first of the week insnectini' the
Madras postofTtcc. After completing his
duties here, .Mr. Sloqkmeyer left for his
home at Koseburg.
MADRAS SCHOOL CLQSES
TI10 MitdniH public Hcbool closed a
very MticceHHful torm litHt Friday after:
noon, an pntortniiirncnt by tbo Htudctttu
being nniong tbo eloHing u.erciHun nt,
vbleh tboy all ncqitlltod tlioniHcdyi'ii
iitilo creditably. Tim hc!ioo thin year
wan in cliargo of MIhh Mhsujo Tnylttt;,
priticlml, and Mbh f'traco Smith, prjT
jniiry toaclior, wliq bayo evidctitly glvcti
good Hittiiifactiop, wiUi their vork
i iiiunber of improvumeuto urotp.bu
nmdu wbon tbo qc1i(kI term eommenccH
next Full, tbo wt important of whiol
will be the iuNlallingof the Dili and l()tb
grndi-H with an additional room fitted up
to nceflrrtinodnto tbo 8tu,dent8 taking
tbewu grutlcH TIih in ap, iipprovement
mdly needed in tbo jmihI iia n number of
tbo atudetih of Uih (lintrje liave been
competed togoeluovyhero U 8lidy higher
brancbuH. TIiIh increaHO ip the edtica
tiontil fneiliticH of tbu diHtrict will not
only tend to keep our Ki:hol:ir at bouie,
but will bo tbo means of bringing other
Htudentrt here who widli to nt(ldy (bene
grndeH, and have not that opportunity
AllllOtlncninniiln fif inn
TOR COUNTY JpGE
To tbo Votors of Crook Oountyi
I hereby iiiiiioiineo niyBelf uh un
Imlependunt Cinidldiito or the olllce
of pounty Judge. Should I bo cdecled
I, will endeavor to conduct thn ofllco
In u lair, impartial mid biiHlneMH-HIe
manner. .Us. T. Uohinhon,
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1 V r J 1 n n t 1 J
LiiwHrn u. rease uo. inc.
THE SHANIKO STORE
if" ; . " r
i. ULjK NbW STOCK OF
TO WIIQM IT MAY CONOHUN:
It luiH eono to my knowledgo that W.
0. Conglelon, candidate for sheriff i8 ac
ciiacd of tlio burning of my hay. I wiah
to Hay 8icb rumor Ih unjuHt, for Mr.
Conglflto)! apd J have always been
friends'. A. L. MACKINTOSH.
lrmltpn Thcfiitnro ltoocvelt
Vlua-PwI'V't" Clinrlo W FnlrlMiiku
Hucrctnry of feiHtn Klltiu Hoot
Bcrt'tHty u( Truitmtry (5orK0 l Cortelyon
Rccrutnry of Inturlor it qijrflplil
Hccrclnry ( Vir W II Tnft
8ecropirj of Nnvy 0 J Iloimpurtc
Koerutnry o( Cominorci: 0eijrHfrnuni
rounfnmr uunorai oco voii iMeypr
At(ornuy (iuimrHl Win It Mqoilj-
Hccrfctury 0' AgrJwilturo Stium WIUpii
Opvcrnqr , Cicorgc K, CIihiiiVtIiiIii
St!:rit,ry (it Htnte V.'W. IIohkom
'f-'rpr p a 8ipBi
Puntain View school on Agency
"men I'rofessor P. C. Kuhon
P', closcil J- nday after n verv
Saturday eveninir an en-
It was givci) by ,)lc s(.ldent8 of
I at which a larve m,,!!.,- r
1 and friend, of the srlmnl
d ,hcy we very nleasantlv en
y the evciiinn's
?0lrt adinurned at l'rinrville
Pon a,,(l Judge Ilradshaw. Hi.
NyMenelee an,i ont,i lniu
2 "ie court have returned to
The cases of C. Sum ?.., i.
Elliott, m which cniivirllnn
sentence ininnsni. wr. ..
f1 heard at this term of court.
V Tay'r, who hai l. fin.
, J till '
'UCCessful term n I t
N choo., left last week for
r he has been engaged
r '"onths. ,er)( After co.n
Phft term n a.i , .....
re,Ufn to Madras to spend a
-m, l)rf)ro (aMn(? up )Cr
' 1 agutn 1 Ins Fall.
"nil,K year the m(i
Lost, Strayed Or Stolen
lVom tbo Hay creek ranch, about Sis
weck ago, a lemon-colored nbepherd
dog, witb white ring around neck. An-
8verH to the name of "Highball.'l A
reward of $10 will bo given for bin re
turn to trie tit Hay creek.
' JOHN FOWvY.
Attorney 'ioiifrnl U M (Jrwford
nji. ruuHciipjniciinn I II ,ck(;niHii
ftri(! I'rJntcr .-. VH puinilwny
liiilry bihI KooiJ J)(imni!ilqt(!r J W Jlnllcy
V 8 (Senator C V KhIkui
J J Jtoiirnu Jr
Cpiigrenmi'11 .....I n' .."wlt-y
I W It KIM
( V A Mooro
Hnpriimo Judnus , ) UH)lcn
' , ( Kukip
OEVENTH JUDICIAL DIOTRIOT
Tii'lKC W I. Ilrmtnliaw
1'roM'oiitlng Attorney. Frniik Mciufce
JllilBO V A Iloll
Clrk Wurrcn Drown
Sheriff .....Frank Klklii
Trewitirer , W y King
AHunor i, J I) LaKollctto
Soliool Hujicriiiitcnilout C II IImvlllIo
Surveyor IV It MeKarlaml
Coroner Gnlt S Xewsom
Commtnloiier ,..( ayly
I Sb Stearin
Justice t- M. C. ilaoon
Coimtablo J M JIayeii
KoaiI 8upcrvlor J. W. Livingston
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SUMMER, SILKS WASH QOODS,
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Of the latest shades and patterns
Latljes' Sainmer Underwear in 911 varieties Laces, Embroideries and Dress Trimmings
We ha.ve a ful line of V new and up-tq-date stock of
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Soil Cases, Club Bags, Telescopes
OtTIR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS
HOMICHTEAI). Xotlco for I'ubllca
lion. Detiartment of the Interior.
U. (i. Lund Ofllce at The Dullef, Ore
gon, May 8, 1008. Notice is hereby
CI1ESTEK K. LOUCKS, '
of Madras, Oregon, who. on April 1,
1003, made HomeHtead Entry No. 1239!)
J. 0. it M. A. Uoblrihon are uroiiIh for ror IhwJ of n-n 12 mul nAnwJ m-n 13
the Campbell Slib-Hiirfaco PrfokeiH. 1 1 c 11 h r 13 o, w in
FOUND -A plaoB where teaniH reeolve
tbo bi'Ht of feed anil attention. The
Hahii Feed H.irn, .M. L. COWHKUJ),
FISHING TACKLE, TENTS, WAGON COVER
EASE COMPANY. Inc.
SHANIKO : STORE
C The Chief Study of This Store Is to Satisfy Its Customers 3
Sue tbein fur price and purtloiiliiiH,
OlWVIiK TVI'KWlllT v (Jb. wo ure
ngeiitH anil eati jrlvo von inod lerniH
on a tnaulilue. .). C. x M, A. Kouui
Hon, MmlruH. tf
STKAM ROLLING Have your grain
hUmuii rolled or dry rolled, I have
good new equipment, eapiwlty 15 tone
dallv. 1'riecn: Steam rolling, $-'.50
pur ion: dry rolllnir, 2.00 per ton. J.
('. Wnyiniro, Madran, Or. oU4tf
1 1 us (lied notlee of bin Intention to
make dual five-year proof, to entnl)llnli
lalm to the laud uhove described
before Frank Ortborn, U. 8. Coinmla-
Hioner, at bis afllco ut Miulr.if, Oreuon,
on tbo 10th day of June, 1003.
Claimant untiles ut witueHHUHi
George S Mayeu, J u men I) Muyep,
George W Kiolmrtlnon, Fred Davis, all
of Madras, Oregon,
C. V MOORE,-
J. B. TUCKER
General Blacksmithing !
First-Class Work Guarantee!
Located in the ohl 7Jv)Jr ioj
List your property !
UH i Mil H.
NOT IN THE TRUST
Mills H miles from Ilaycreek. Rough Lumber $1I.QQ per thousand at
the ipill. Flooring and finishing lumber $0.QP per thousand. Other
prices in proportion. Address QEO. It. LEE, Mgr., Aslnrpod, Oregon
OSBORN & WILSON
We handle- all kinds of real estate, and
have n number of bargains to offer.
A, M, WILLIAMS & CO,
Dry Goods, Clbthingr, j
IIOOTH AND HHOK8
II ATM AND CAI'8
Pacific Horse Liniment Is prepared
expressly (or the needs of lioncmen and
ranchmen. It Is a powerful and pene
tratlng liniment, a remedy for emergen,
cles, A soothing embrocation for the
relief of pain, and the best liniment for
sprains and soreness. ' Unequaled for
curing the 'wounds and Injuries ol
UARDEO WIRE and for healing cuts,
abrasions, sores and bruises. Pacific
Morse Liniment Is fully guaranteed.
No oilier Is so good or helpful In so many
ways. If It fails lo satisfy, we authorize
nil dealers to refund lho purchase price.
CXTWA lAHOt HOTTlta HFTV CCNT
mm mm mm wmm
The best in Shaniko
Good Stock. Careful Drivers
Best of Hay and Grain Fed
At Very Reasonable Prices
D. A. Howell, Shaniko, Or.
A. C. SANFORD
Successor to Sanford, Sill & Copipny
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters'
Try One, You'll Find It The
Best You Ever Bought At
McTaggart & Bye
Agent for Syracuse Chilled Plows, Schuttler and Moline
Wagons and the "JoKn Deere lines"
My prices are right and I
will take wheat at Shaniko
prices less the freight, on all
goods I handle" or carry
portunp, one. i
madras, orMI MADRAS, - OREGON
L0CCUI new bni.ti,,.
HOVT CHEMICAL. CO.,
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