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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1908)
, 0m today fiom
. . i Inu for a visit
ce Walts lei " .
. f Culver, cnl ' "!.,
m sli'11" ' ,. ...
lleSd.m":"'ctt,!eK- . ,
from the Culvc Strict.
,l0),.e, a farmer fro... no
enh.Ul wife We,C '"
'rjay f.om..ulvcr !.st,.ct.
,i vv ,Uy' lun.od .Mommy
from a week vu.t m Poland,
.. i... i.. i . 1,11 her from L
II. NIHIL IW. " '
waiinw" l"r lit it f the week.
' , enrnt Sunday with his
IjUJUUIM r- -
, rr 111 Culver at me new
.Sanford li ek had a water
...i ...I Inn; in the north
t of town. " ,
, 1V ,i htiiier from tle I !-
i, Wall " .
c , unity. '' ,own y"4"5""
ng io land m.iticrs.
uivShciiflf Jul'" "ill"" ;,r,ivcd in
f,om I'rmcultp Monday and will
n p. .SmnkJ of Culver, and her
itr, Mrs lce Hntrroy qf P't
Hijow tf nr.ir Uinonta, w;n in
tlM.jtr lending to land bttsi
$ jcssie Hsnley returned to Madras
... . I. .,.,,, -rlltlrtll,-.l it
naiy ctcniip,,, n -
sful term of sihoo at Clinc Falls.
$ I.ub Osb"rn, who hat been
mg i'ie j .i ' year in Pniiland, at
home in Wednesday morning'
!, i U i wl111 ,lcr cniiuicn,
hime l,iit Fnday evening bom
Knrr, where hu spent two week
Harold Claik and Joseph Hrecding
monia. were in town t ucso.iy on
ay home fr m a visit to Ur. Claik'
ranch near H neck.
. K. Cook, die democratic nominee
Monday citing in loucli with ihe
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in rii i.v tjiiirn i.i.iviiuiti nun n ij l mi
f t (
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relatives hcie for several weeks.
.11 i.tir-i iriinnn nrrivm nmnr i um
Irani a v i it iii Portland. Mrs. Lucd
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jui. i i iiuin I iiiiitiuii u niusLinv.
m ,r rx'r en vis i wiiii e vc&,
.Li. i .jut. n .11 in ninii i ucjii.iv iiuin
c c nr ,.1V5 iii.ii mnv 11:111 :i
' icr, r i. . in that section, and that
c ' mic lor i L"jod croi) tins season is
V Jehu s is m town Saturday
up.iirr.nne Mr. Jenkins has his
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rainanri wimi weather will certainly
re a cuk t'
r 1-r,- ... I t l t! .. .
' 'w nu t j , wiAiicy iic til
Kranu imic ol OiU Fellows, which
aithat phrr cMcrt)ay. Mr. Uovb
(lctflM'.r frilfll Ml tMfTr4.rit Irwin
- i- i.ii iiijiiir: lie. ii i .iiivci
j ivni iii iici L.UIVCI tiiiu
A uelii loin Iiinclieon was served of
irn nil r I . i ' t
iiicii iic.iny iiniiicLiit'
e Madi,i. Stindny scliool distiict,
h """inn. v.uivcr, iiiiiiuuiii.
.urn a r ni's. iei kock
' I uiiimii a.ii
ims virirnty, will hold a convention in
v "i June,
ii ..hi Miperinienueni, was in
' llli. Ill I I r flu in.. I ta in
9 v 'uuiiriu unci casicrn nans oi
e rrttiMiu ii i . ...
i wcck in tne interest ol tils
Edward f,v.iTtinR, Mi Delia SweetinK
"'luneu nna ami v s ar ct
" i"'5 ")WcetitiK wil return to
ic uuer nan ol the summer, but
r J,..l. .
-mu ins family expect to
v,isiiiiii;ton ton t ie r fnture
Wank Fourn is m inwn uif n.
""b iHldineSS III rnnniTlinn uillli lhi
II Slxl.n .....
ftir. forest is one of t ie
i . I "via iiic ClllClllliaC
""e believes will in-line develop
b'fe-at industrv in ihu mmm iu
- - it ir ikimmi i ..i r
. . ' l'rs, nnil no one m the
J II Wi lli. I .,,,.1 ... .1 ,.. I I.L
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.. .kllVI Ull nil uuttuiib
William lloc(;li was in town Saturday
from lljc Cove Orchard on Crooked river.
Mr. HochU says I li.it country received a
00(1 soakiii); duriiif; the recent rain, nml
that ptospects wero excellent for a (jond
fruit crop up until the fiecic. Sonic linn
esciipi-iljlie frost mid he will still have a
ft. V. Zimmerman, field secieiary of
the ami saloon Icajjile, w( speak on I n
day iiflomoon at 3 o'clock to thr. votrrs ol
Anoncy I'la 11s in JliauMetler schoolli m r,
and ndilrr.ss the voters of Madras and
vicinity Fiiday evtniii; at 8 o'clock. Mr.
jinmetman lllusrintcs his talk well a Me
reoplicun, At Sanfoid's hall. 1'iecad-
ShciilT Frank Klkins is in town today,
liavnif; ai lived last night on hU way home
fiom Salem, where lie went with I.iikin
l'llioti, who will serve four yearn 111 the
peniientiaty for lii'lpiiij; Iiuin the William
son hlieaiiiiK plant. (J. Sjini Smith, who
was alio convicted on that charge, has ap
pealed his case to the Supiemc Court,
and at picscnt is out on $5000 bondi,
Mr. and Mrs, Grant -Mayes and Her
bert Bolton of The Dalles and Dr. Ralph
Fisher of Portland, passed through town
last Monday on their return from a trip to
I'lineville. They wrrc making the trip 111
Mr. Mays' Oldsmnbik recently purchased
by him. They made the dip out from
Shauiko to' )kiinevillc in four and a half
A deal was closed Tuesday- by which
the Ml. JciTctson lodge of Odd Fellows
acqipied (he Smith building on Main
street, (he consideialion being 5700. The
upper room of the building is occupied by
the lodge as a lodge room, and the lowet
tloor will be tented by them, The build
iug was a bargain at the price at which
they bought it.
C. W. Allen, a farmer from the un
gated section near Luidlaw, was in town
Tuesday. He says that Attorney Gener.il
Ciawfoid and seveial other state nflinnls
arc expected tlitotigh here in the next day
or o, on their way, to Uaidlaw, where
ilicy go to gather data for ti c case against
ihe (ld Columbia Southern Irrigation
company, now involved in litigation,
Dan McD.kIc, a Nebraska farmer, has
purchased the 1. 'inch of F. L, Lyons west
of. Ilaycrcek, and, with his fatpily took
possession last week, lie purchased the
livestock and implements with the place.
Mi. Lyons has gone to I'onland foi a
vitit and later will probably locate in the
valley. Mr. McDadc was in town Tues
day, accompanied by his wife, buying
supplies. Mr. McDadc has also filed a
homestead entry upon a quarter section
adjoining the land he purchased.
J. W. Collins, who was one of the orig
inal promoters of the traction freighting
pioject between this place and Sbamko,
was in town Wednesday on his way in
from The Dalles in a large automobile,
He expects to operate the automobile be
iwecn l'rincville and Shaniko via .NJadras
for passenger set vice, and if he finds that
the business will justify It will make tegu
lar trips between these points, His ma
chine will carry five pacngers comforta
bly, and the trip between this place and
Shaniko should not require more than
Clark Rude, auditor and George Slim
mers, lineman, ol the 1'ioncer Telephone
Company, were in Madras Tuesday even
ing looking after telephone matters at this
place. While here Mr. Rude stated that
the Pioneer Telephone Co would probably
extend its line from this place to connect
with the line acioss the Warmspring res
ervation at once, and Wednesday he and
Mr. Summers spent the day going ovei
the piopo.rd line. This connection would
greatly improve Hie long-distance tele
phone seivicc at this place, a's it would (
give us direct connection with The Dalles.
At picscnt the long-distance service via
I'lineville is very inelllcicnt, patrons also
being compelled to pay the added .cost of
ihe message to I'lineville nnd from there
"to the long distance point. J
LOS 1' A house key, tied on white
rtring. Finder please letum to Pioneer
office and leceive icwatd.-
are hut outward signs ol the evil
done In secret by myriads of dan
Jrulf germs sapping the life blood
of the hair. Micro kills the para
site, soothes the itching scalp,
gives lustre to the hair and stops
it falling out. A single application
gives relief nod proves its worth.
Save your hair before too late.
Micro prevents baldness. It is a
delightful dressing (or the hair,
free from grease and sticky oils.
Ask yourdruggist for free booklet
HQYT CHEMICAL CO.
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: SUMMER SILKS 1 1 WASH GOODS
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Of the latest shades and patterns
Ladles' Sammer Underwear in ?ll varieties Laces, Embroideries and Dress Trimmings
To Be Held In
JUNE 1 10608
WILL BE THE MOST BRILLIANT
Floral Fiesta Civic JubileeL
We have a full line of A new and up-tQ-Jate stock of
MEN'S FURKISHIHS GOODS Suit Cases, Club Bags, Telescopes
OUE STOKE IS HEAIDQTJETEBS IFOIR
FISHING TACKLE, TENTS, WAGON COVERS
D C. PEASE
The Chief Study of This Store Is to Satisfy Its Customers
ever held in the Pacific Northwest.
Portland, the "Hose City," will boa
uceiio of Hplendor and center of world
wide interest for 0111; week.
Several important conventions to be
in Portland 011 that occasion.
' 4.0 on n mi un nn n
! T. B. TUCKER
i Horseshoeing and
General Blacksmithing !
Will sell special itckcts on this occa
AND RETURN AT
TICKETS TO BE SOLD
Juno 1. 3, and 5.
For particulars tall on
E. J. WILSON, Local Agent, or
Win. McM.tirray, G. P. A.,
Firct.Pl!!?? WnrV flnnrfliitRRfi I
I 111 111 IIU1U uuuiuumuu 1
. Loaned In the old Urophs shop I
I MADRAS, OREOON j
j. nil -M"1- ' in un -
NOT IN THE TRUST
Mjlls 1-J miles from Ilaycreek. Hough Lumber Ill.OP per thousand at
the mill. Flooring and finishing lumber $30.00 per thousand. Other
prices in proportion. Address pEO. R. LEE, Mgr., Ashwoqd, .Oregon
List your property LIVERY
OSBORN & WILSON
"h handle nil kinds of real estate, and
have n nuinber of bargains to offer.
The best in Shaniko
Good Stock. Careful Drivers
Best of Hay and Grain Fed
At Very Reasonable Prices
D. A. Howell, Shaniko, Or.
FOUND A plaor wboro tunniH roclvo
tlin bi;Ht of feed mid iittttittlon, Tho
lliihii Feed Harn, M. L. COWIIHU1),
NOTf(!H, PartloH wanthiK to bring
w limit to tho mill to exohiinun "ro
riuuHtctl to como beforo .lutio lfj.
JH.J.1 Madras Milling Co;
J. O. it M. A. HobliiHon uro iigoiitu for
tho Campboll Sub-Htirfiiou J'aoliurH.
Sou tlit'in for prlmm and purtlmtbirH.
iiguntH mid tmn jrtvii 1( V
on it mnoliliio. J. 0. & M. A. Hobln-
8TBAM HOLLINa-IIuvo your pra
Httmm rollwl , or dry rolled. I
good now eoulifnuint, onpueity 15 tons
ituUy. VrlioHi Stoiim rolling, IJ.BO
pur loni dry rolling. M.00 per ton. .1.
0. Wiiymlrii, Madrau, Or, o24tf
unTiui ma , iiimf ii mi
I Stoves, Ranges, Heaters
Try One, You'll Find It The
Best You Bvei Bought At
McTaggart & Bye
A. C. SANFORD
Successor to Sanford, Sill & Company
Agent for Syracuse Chilled Plows, Schuttler and Moline
Wagons nnd the "John Deere lines"
My prices are right and I
will take wheat at Shaniko
prices less the freight, on all
goods I handle or carry
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