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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1908)
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Witflom oi Luivtr, was in town
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tafirmtrs in ihc Culver court-
hntsta eoou avci,uc cron this
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joe Stuart of Youngs, was In town
J..C. Hush, (lie Lnmonta merchant,
win In town the first of the week.
A. Merchant 'nnil wfe were in town
Momiay.from their home near Culver.
Mrs. M. Ii. Ilrndford was In town
Tuesday from her liome near the Cove.
Mrs, Dwljjht Roberts of Culver, and
Mrs. Lcmmons of Portland, who is visit
ing her, were in Madras the first of the
U. Cook returned Saturday eveii'
in,; from Portland, where he attended the
(jrand lodge of the A. 0 U. W , as a
(Iclqgnte from the Madras lodge.
L. II. Tiffany and his daughtrr, Mis
Crtrrie, were over from tlie Wnrnnpriiig
agency last Sunday, visiting at lie home
of Anton liatnlglu on Agency Plains.
Frnnk Forest rcliuncd Sitturday after
noOn from California, where he spent the
past two weeks on business connected
with the prospect work of the Madras
Oil Co., of which he is president.
J. H. McDowell and wife returned last
Saturday evening from n three weeks
visit nt ISrowiisville. They drove across
the mountains, and Mr. McDowell s,ays
he has never seen the mountain road in
fetich good condition.
A representative of Murphy, Giant &
Co , the San Francisco wholesale dry
goo3rfirm, was interviewing local mer
chants the first of the week, This was
the first tiip of n representative of that
firm in Central Oregon since the earth
quake which almost destroyed San Fran
cisco over three years ago.
Mrs. 11, J. Hcily of Culver, was in
town Tuesday and filed upon a timber
claim before Commissioner Osborn, The
claim is over in the Matoles country,
where a number of good claims have
been located in-lhe past year. These
claims are getting scarce, however, and
anyone who finds a vacant timber claim
Samuel Rush, father of Mrs. J, W.
Robinson, visited the latter in Madras the
first of the week. Mr. Ruth is one of the
pioneer citizens or this end of the county,
having resided in the Lnmonta country
for 24 years. He met with an accident
two years alio, breakini; his
hip, from which he is
Mil CII COWS for hhIo-A few yotina
omcj frefili itinl wfill broken. A V
WARRUN, Ilayerct-k, Oregon .
Pleaio do not itk for credit, but
hi lug your cuhIi and get more good
for tlio snmo monoy. A. 0. Sniford.
II. M. Davis, formerly a resident of
this place, is now located at Fish Lake on
the Santiam road. He is conducting a
small Summer resort there, and is pre
pared to take good care of campers and
travelers and their teams. Fish Lake is
one of the Ideal camping places of the
FOUND, near Sluiulko, on l'rlncvlllu
road; u pnlrof gnlil'Hmrnud gliiHHca.
Owner o ui Imvo humo by applying
ut 1 III oflluo.
FRANK IRVINIC own (ho Hlxnon
Hani nt Antidopi', and nnlicitH.a
slum- of tin- piitrouiiKO of tlio travel
lug public. Cjiiml fciMi yard in con
nection, wllh baled wlieiit liny for
hhIu, and good iieooininodutloitH for
A completo mipply of legal Dlun Ich for
nlo Inoludlni,' Wflrmnly and quitclaim
deudn, real, chattel nml moji innrlKiigeR,
etc. .ItiHtlce court blankH and JiiHtlee
court work HHpeoliilty. Notary Public.
F, J. RrookH.
J. 0. & M. A. Robhinon an; ngeiitH for
I lie MeCormlck lino of RluderH uiul
Htirvcbt Inn inacliluory, etc. Uuy a
McCorrnloU" and you will buy the
SCHHBN DOORS. A full Mode on
baixl; priceH ar r'lisl't. You need
one or two at once. A. C. Suiford.
Not Coal Laud
H0.MH3TFAD. Notice for l'libllca
tlou. J)i'itrt mt'itt of tlio Interior,
U. 8. L-iml Olllce nt Tlio Dulles, Ore
gon, July 10, 11)08. Notice, In hereby
CI1AULH3 A. WIIIT8ETT,
of Madras, Oregon, who, on April 24,
11)02, inado Hoinefiteud Jin try (Serial
No. 0107) No. 10725, for ne e 17, tp
12 h, r IB e, w m,
Hum filed notice of intention to make
11 mil (lvi-.vi'iir oroof. In chIiiIiIIhIi
leg near thejclulm to the land ubove described be-
still a little lame. ' fore Frank Ontiorn, U. S. Conimia-
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but otherwise he is very hale and hearty J 2lll, ,hiy of St,pU'tni.er, 1008.
and does not look within a score of his
Porcupines arc proving to be .1 pest at
the Cove Orchard, and a number have
been killed there in the past week or so.
Fred Fulgham, who works at the Cove,
killed three of them. Thursday night. The
porcupines ate attracted by the tender
berry sprouts and the leaves on the fruit
trees, especially the pear trees, several of
which they neatly 'stripped of foliage.
They do not eat the fruit but pull off the
leaves and the young sprouts from the
berry vines, nnd one of thcili can do a
good deal of damage in one night.
Claimant iiiiiiil-h as wIlnesMui-:
Charles V Hunter, Frank Hunter,
George H Kilhii(;beck , George Feiil
ner, ull of Madras, Oregon.
C. W. MooitK,
A. E. PETERSEN 1
1 ANTELOPE, OREGON t
RAINBOW PACKINU and
GhiH?c8 for tbrosblng etiglnos, Abo
prcMFuil Btvul muebluo oilers and
Mexican grnphlto cup gteace, nt J.
0. & M. A. Robinson's.
Glume 1 f
:4T and jevraei
Jewelry of all kindi made to or
der and repaired. Settingt for
Precioui Stone made.
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Edward G. Pease Go. Inc.
THE SHANIKO STORE
OUR NEW STOCK OF
AND WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS IN
SUMMER SILKS WASH GOODS
Exclusive Shirt Waist Pieces Exclusive Silk Dress Pieces
Of the latest shades and patterns
Laiies1 Snmmer Underwear in ell varieties Laces, Embroideries and Dress Trimmings
We have a full line of
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
A new and up-to-date stock of
Suit Gases, Glufi Bags, Telescopes
OXTie STOKE! IS HE-a.DQ'CrESI'EISSS EOIS
FISHING TACKLE, TENTS, WAGON COVERS
PEASE COMPANY, Inc.
The Chief Study of This Store Is to Satisfy Its Customers
Pacific Horse Liniment is prepared
expressly (or the needs of horsemen and
ranchmen. It is a powerful and pene
trating liniment, a remedy lor emergen
cies. A soothing embrocation for the
relief of pain, and the best liniment for
sprains and soreness.' Unequaled for
curing the wounds and Injuries of
BARBED WIRE and for healing cuts,
abrasions, sores and bruises. Pacific
Horse Liniment is fully guaranteed.
No other is so good or helpful in so many
ways. If It fails to satisfy, we authorize
all dealers to refund the purchase price.
CXTRA lAHGC BOTTlta FI-TV CENTS
HOYT CHEMICAL Co., Portland, One.
BOOKLET titakSITo FREE
NOT IN THE TRUST
Jtills 14 miles from liaycreek. Rough Lumber $11.00 per thousand at
the mill. Flooring and finishing lumber fUO.OO por thousand. Other
prices ill proportion. Address GEO. It. LEE, Mgr., Aslnvood, Oregon
- - - For CASH
The best in Shaniko
Good Stock. Careful Drivers
Best of Hay and Grain Fed
At Very Reasonable Prices
j D. A. Howell, Shaniko, Q ' 5
WE ARE GIVING YOU A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY &
ii i n uWrrr
I. . D.
Al 1-2 lb, can 20c
1 " 40c
3 " " 1.10
5 ' " 1.65
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Columbia Oats 40c
Puffed rice 2 for 25c
force 2 for 25c
35C A TIN
ALL OTHER COFFEES
5c OFF PER LB.
Small white, 6C
Large u 6r
Corn meal 40c
Al Japan rice 86 lb;
Soda 3 for 25c
All Granite Ware 15 per ct. off the Dollar
Silverware and Cutlery 15 per ct. off selling price
Screen doors, $ 1 . 1 0 and $ 1 .20
CEDAR Doors will go AT COS I
WINDOWS, all sizes, AT COST
Wc have several thai will go
at the Lowest possihle Price
Afe7n& FORjASH OB WE WILL TAKE OBAIH AT MArtKET PRICES III MAMAS
"MgTAGGART & BYE
TO THE PUBLIC:
1 have decided lo change ihy terms of trade to
A CASH BASIS
That is to say, Cash or its equivalent, and in
SO doing I pfopdse to offer you good desira-
ble supplies at the Lowest Possible Prices
COME AND INVESTIGATE
A. C SANFORD
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