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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1908)
Lrfrf Culver .Pt Sunday vis-
,M .-.. In town Inst Saturday
' . t 1008, a son.
"'At c. A. w .
Ssrt 10 1 ... . ,nn8. a daiiRlitcr.
bishop olWr.nspring,lmi been
5 ,. t. K. Craig.
I0 Stearos, attorney for Deschutes
Jee Stearns n MBdfM
tT" n his way to Hend.
I , .inni. who has been work
tTpLevilte for some tune, returned
III'1"1"" u .... .1 Mlrn th
ijhomestead sown .
moraine, on im - -
JionaVe annual proof Upon his
chimin that locality.
,rlndMMj. C. Koblnsdn, Mr. ana
.' , lt,,rt. Mrs. Linna Wood and
lL 'it, ment last Stindrty nt
jsmmi on Crooked River.
Pt,A. E. King of Antelope was in
tlUtt Sunday on ins way mime
..j (,.. tie had hedli enloyini'
Dockia nVer fishing for several
ififiie A.taylnr and Myrthcna
Jahitebtcn In I'HncVIHe during the
m attending the teachers' cxam-
Tbey returned bottle Saturday
Fst Hanger JM'. Petit slated that
pclMcd Jjoo rtotlh of supplies for
lit Miters when In Hend Monday.
mi icd letter day for the merchants.
ct cream social will be given at the
church Saturday, Aug. it), from 4
jp,m. A short literary program will
ssJtrtd beglnrling at Eight o'clock.
be Reeder, a prominent sheepman
Skhlo, wm In town last Thursday
co his way to Sisters to meet
Reeder, who has beeri camping with
:j cf Shanlko petiple ncaf Fish Lake.
H.A. Page of rJehd arriVed Here Mon-
lo joa the C. 0. surveyors In the
j of Iransltman. Mr. Prfge has
employed In the engtneerirlg depart.
cf the D&hutes Irrigation project
al for some time,
i'wtisjel and family were! in town
iy from their home near Culver.
VuTaisel says threshing will begin
4at Ideality by tht first of the week,
tbllbe yield will be fairly good, at
igB not feood as iHst year.
He mercantile business of Wuri welter
Cm Prlnerille was sold last week to
4 company organised by Harry
t, r. J. Lively and Ralph Jordan.
WHnweiler, vHb has been in the
bluineis in tllis County for
Hears, retires from the business and
ierote hit time to his irricatlort Inter-
la tie Black lidtte country.
Ttetdrreyof j df the Central Oregon
'Kipa Monday litornlng on the
f the line between Madras nml
J. thty are making rapid pro
ruh four nrltl A hair miles
" ty and almost that distance
lt1 More tithe will Ue required,
.wine survey Up Ward's creek .
l moved yesterday to Snge-
Kly of Albarly, who re-
..umcsienu Oil land in the
KWt dOUMrv. h.r, 11.. .
1 h , i"v.ii me iiuuic ui A,
carrie Into town Tuesday to
taunrht from Dr. ilyiJc Torn
fad ft. hi. Y . ",K TW'W
Tl hnnd' e will te
... 11c will
the CltV fflr I .. .
ten, ' ,c"" 7.-',wne'
. 'i b"trniiicni larmtr from
It! !"ng rfc5trVa,n"i was In town
ft. " n 55U"t'
rv u al".toVcy. Mr.
Hint harvesting Is about over
! ,k !o for ,1,1, sfel1soni nnU
hJlu tWn, 5,nal1' io" of
(tlit 'why, btlt sdme held,
'rht Government hris two
Jtfc chihes nh lhe Nervation,
iwRito "he indians,
relB Mr own grain.
'o&rd' Mr" 1 W broukllt
K,e,'Nnclpaly Red Astra.
i,0 C rchard ,!,, .b'h, In
George F. Cyrus was in town Tuesday
and left In' the nftcrnoon for Shaniko,
where lie expects to locate.
She riff Frank Elklns Is taking n month'
vacation and Is spending it with U fnnv
ily on an outing In the Matoles country,
I)r A. E King of Antelope, w.n siinv
ninncd by telephone Tuesday to nttend
the lion of Mr. W. II. Ramsey, who is
very ill on Agency Plain. l)f. Snnok
of this plnce is nlso in attendance, and
Dr. King wai called in consultation.
G. Springer was in town Tuesday from
Culver, looking after business interests,
Mr. Springer says the farmers of his
locality are all busy with the harvest,
which he says is much lighter than last
year, He cut all of his grain for hay.
l.r lie Ramsey is seriously ill nt the
homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrsi W.
H, Ramey, on Agency Plains, his ill.
ncs being dile to a recurrence of the trou
ble he had last year. Reports from his
bedside yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon
were encouraging, although he is still
Supl, C. d. Covey, of the Warmspnng
reservation, was in town last Thursday
from the agency. Mr. Covey has just re
turned fromn month's vacation, the greater
portion of which he spent nt his old home
in Jamestown, Indiana, He nlso attend
ed the national democratic convention
held at Denver last month, as a spectator.
John T. Dfzney, formerly of the Uma
tilla agency, hut now blacksmith fnr the
Warm Springs Indian agencv at Madras.
Crook county, is n gUest of the Uowman
while here today. Pendleton Hast Ore-
gnnian. Mr. Dizney Is nt present farnv
ing his ranch on the Deschutes, although
he formerly held the position, of black,
smith nt the agency.
U. A. Wynn, right ofway agent for
the Central Oregon railroad, arrived in
town Tuesday afternoon from Hend Mr
Wynn, in addition to securing right ol
way, has been assisting in soliciting sub
scriptions to stock in the enterprise, in the
Rend country. He says that he lias had
very encouraging success tn his work.
He expects lo spend several days in this
II. II. Cook, who resides about six
miles South of Madras, suffered a slight
stroke of paralysis last Thursday evening.
He had felt perfectly well during the day
and in fact had done a hard day's work,
but in the evening at about lb o'clock he
began to experience trollble In moving
about and had to be helped to bed, and
within half an hour of that time was una
ble to speak. Only the inuscles of the
right side were affected. Since Thursday
evening there has been some Improve
ment IH Mr. Cook1; condition and he is
able to speak although hot very distinctly,
but he still has very little use of the mus
cles of his right side. Mr. Cook is 67
years of age, and has always been hale
nnd hearty, and he feels his present help-
lessness very keenly. By taking good
care of himself" he will gradually rel-oVer
the use of his muscles, and his many
friends will hope that his recovery Way be
complete and permanent.
A compluto supply of kgal hltmlcM for
mtiu lnoliidiiK warranty nnd quit claim
doodn, real, obuttol mid ohm iiiorttrncos,
etc, .lUHtlco court lilatiV.M nml JuMlco
eotin work iinpooliilty. Notary Public.
F. .1. Jlrooko,
A Good Clubbing Offer
We have arranged for a clubbing rate
with the publishers of Campbell's Scien
tific Farmer and arc able to offer it to our
subscribers for only 50 cents in addition
to the subscription price of the Pioneer.
This offer applies to both new subscrip
tions and renewals of old subscriptions.
The Scientific Farmer is edited by Mr.
H.W.Campbell, the originator of what
is known as the "Campbell system" of dry
farming. His magazine is filled with use
ful information for the farmer in sections
where the rainfall is deficient or irregular,
and every farmer in this section should be
a subscriber. The regular subscription
price is St per year.
Not Coal Land
HOMKSTKA1). Xollco for Publication.
Department of tlio Interior, U. S.
Land Ofneo nt 'I'ho Dalles, Oregon, Au
gust, 12, 1008. Notice Is hereby given thnt
of MnujnM, Oregon, who, on .lime 111, 1tK)7,
inmli! Ilmmwtead Kritry (Serial No 0001)
No. I55UI, forneW tec Hi, tp II h, rite,
linn filed notice of Intention to make final
commutation proof, to entabllsh claim to
tin; land aliove described, before Frnnk
OslMiru, U.S. CoiiiiiiImhIoiht, at blsoillce
(it , 111I1 ns, On-Kon, 011 thu SMnl day of Sep
Claimant names as wltne.ws:
.lolin K Wooldndge, William McKlroy,
M O Irwin, Ira Hagluji, all of Jlndrun, Or
egon. C. MOOItK,
Not Coal Land
ylMUKR LAND. Notice for Publication.
A Department of the Interior. II. S,
Land Ofllco nt Tile l)nllcn, Oregon, August
U, 11)08. Notice Ih llereby given that
m , .If A It V L. HKALY,
of Culver, Oregon) who, on August 10, 1U08
made Timber nnd Stone Kntry.Vn.0U5,
for Mkiieh nee 20 and unKwJf sec 25, tp 11
h, r l(ft'( w 111,
Hits filed notice of intention to make final
timber and stone proof, to establish rluliu
to Urn lulu! above descrlbod, before Frnnk
Oriborn, U. M. CommlMloncr. at Ills olllce
nt.Ucdrnt., Oregon, on the 23rd day of Oc
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Orn VanTnasi'l. of Madras, Oregon; Vi
ola Arnold, William V Arnold, .Ifyrtle
Arnold, nil of Sisters, Oregon.
C. W. .UOORE,
Edward G. Pease Go. Inc.
THE SHANIKO STORE
We are agents for THE ROYAL TAILORS $
FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Cannot protect yolif interests as a citizen more fully than your interests as a Buyer of Clothes are
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"I want to make you the swellest suit of clothes you ever wore,
fit you to a 'TV You to be the sole judge of the suit both as to
1 will take the responsibility. I will go a step hirther. 1 will
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days or months, but ALWAYS, from the day you first wear the suit
aside worh out. Why don't other tailors give the guarantee I
they do not know how to make clothes that will stand up under
A suit that will
fit and to style.
give you a legal
Not for a few
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We have taken orders here for more than 50 suits and W6 have never had the slightest complaint
about the fit or style. Our customers are delighted with their suits. New Fall Samples com
prising over 400 different kinds of material just received. 3fa Let us take your order for a suit fot
Fall or Winter. ipJ'
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ADVKitiraii yollr" ,",Wnlar In the
Ploticor. It Kt8 results. Ilegular lo
cal advertising rnteti.
Not Coal Laud
npIMBEH LAND. Notice for l'ub'll-
cation. Department of the Inte
rior, United Stated Laud Office at The
Dulles, Oregon, August 11, 1008.
Notice la hereby given that
Dells A. Monro, of Prlnevllle, Oreeou.
who, 011 AuyUHt 8. 1008, made Timber
and Stone ISntry N".0502, for njsp.t.
HwjgeJ and seiswi tec 0, tp IS a, r 11
e, w in,
Has filed notlcoof Intention Ui make
final timber and atone proofi to estab
lish clulm to the laud above described,
before Warren Brown, County Clerk,
at IiIh offleo at Priiievillo. Oregon, ou
the 2f th day of October, lDOSi
Claimant unmca aa wltuessen:
Kobert U Smith, Heury A poster,
both of Prlnevllle, Oregon; Brvln C
Person Charles O Buclninun, both of
C. W. Mooitti,
Pacific Horse Linlmeht is
expressly (or the needs of horierUen and
ranctimen. It is a powtnui ana pene
trattng liniment, a remedy lof em!rttr
ties. A soothing cmhroCatiBrt tor the
relief of pain, and the best lirtlrtiefil tdf
sprains and soreness.' UnuJUAied M
curing the wounds and injuries of
BARBED WIRE and (nr healing cuts,
abrasions, sores and bruises. Pacific
Horse Liniment is fully guaranteed.
No other is so good or helpful in so many
ways. It it falls to satisfy, we authorize
all dealers to refund the purchase price.
i.tim Lot emli rirTY ttSrt
HOYT ChiMicaL Co.,
It Is Easy To. Reach North Beach
I Take Steamer POTTER From Portland I
I'assengera are rJOvV trabefDrred to the railroad at
MEGLfell U niilefi Up the Colmtibla liiver frottl
llwatoi This elltlilhates the necessity of stearUera
halting for the tldei and iuslit'dB a prompt and reg
ular BUmtUer schedule.
I The gteaiiieT T. J. POTTED leaVed Portifthd every
5 monirnf except SatUrdtty and Sttndtiy at 8:30 o'clock.
Srtttirdiiy dlily tit I o'cldck P. M. Remember the Sum
mer rHte eii the O. St J4. is $12 from Shftniko to
till NSrth feertch poiiits iiiid tetUm; good until Septem
BIG DISCOUNT FOR CASH !
WILL CONTINUE FOR A SHORT TIME
Horth tieaeli is a famous; beautiful place the most perfect
beach On the Whole North Coast.
There ate actio til tliodatlorta galore at prided t'd suit all tastes j
camping facilities trithobt erpjal perfect bathing Con
ditions) all 001119 df arauaeuienta and dlveraiodSi tiorhe,
haVb a good rest and a Jolly time
Let Us send ydu our new Summer tidokj and tell yoti all dbout
Al 1-2 lb; can 20t
1 41 " 40r
3 " " 1.10
5 11 " 1.65
bolurHbla Oats A06
Puffed fice 2 for 25c
Iorco 2 for 25c
35C A TIN
ALL OTHER COFFEES
5c OFF PER LB.
Sitiall whltei 6c
Largd 11 6c
&brri hieiil 40c
Al Japan rice 8c lb
Sodfe 3 for 25c
fletlriFhl PhSsatiger Agerir, Pbrtland, Ofegorl
Trout Creek Sawmills
I All Granite Ware 16 per ct. off the Dollar
li&ve ifcveral thit Ml g8
at thb. Lowest posslblS Prifce
Silverware hlid Cutlery IS ftef ctt off telling fftefl
Screen doors, $1.10 and-J 1. 20
CEdAft DdoH Will gd AT COST
WINDOWS, dlhlzeSi AT 0O8T
itik m AftE m Cash wt WILL taKe graih ht mm ma turn
NOT IN THE TRUST
Mills l-i mllea frdidiiayereclt.. lldtigh bdtllbcr $11.00 per thdlUnrlit al
tlfci hill!. IloorltiB ahd ntilshlhg ltililbbr, tiU.bb per tliousalltl, Other
pflcb'9 111 prdportldn. Address uliU: It. jjEli; Mr.j AshWobd, Oregon
the feiest ill ShatiiKO
Oootl Stocki 6ft(ShU DriVS
mi.pt HdV antf Ufaln Fed
At my tedllUblb' PHceS
i :V fee
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