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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1908)
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Jake R'nmi of Hclsler, was in town
Robert Osborn of Culver, made final
proof on his Homestead last Saturday.
Hert Loomls wm In town yesterday
from his ranch on the North end of
Horn to the wife of C. R. Stamp on
Opal I'rnlrie Thursday, August 20, 1908,
an 8 pound boy.
i'erry Read and Howard Turner came
down from Culver yesterday nnd spent
the day in Madras
Mrs. Frank Osborn went to Culver last
Monday to spend the week with her par.
cuts, Mr. and Mrs. 1'eiry Read.
Thomas Alderdyce of Culver, was in
town last Saturday, acting as witness for
one of his neighbors In a homestead proof.
John W. Alexander, n special agent of
the General Land Office, was in this
vicinity the first of the week, looking after
Mnnsel Wheeler nnd Marion Osborn
were in town Monday from Grimly, the
latter filing Upon a homestead before
Charles V. I'arrish of Haycrcek, made
final proof last week on his homestead
Lee Curtis and Ralph Allen came over
with him to act as witnesses,
Miss Lottie Fcndel arrived here from
her home in Ynnihill county the first of
the week. She is visitinir at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Osborn at
J. 1. Uersch of St. Johns, is vuitinr
his sister, Mrs. J. W. Livingston, in Mad
ras this week. He is very much pleased
with this country and may make some in
Eb. Crabtrec was in town yesterday
from his ranch near Opal Springs He
says that threshing has commenced in
that neighborhood, and that the crop is
turning out fairly well
George White und his mother, Mrs.
Mary White, both made final proof yes
terday upon their homesteads seven miles
Nordi of this place. John Thomas and
Otto llolilfeul were their witnesses.
Among those who made final proof on
ilitir homesteads on Agency Plains last
Saturday were H Hnuotctter and his
sons George and Volney Z and daugh
ter, Miss Edith. Their homesteads ad
join and they iiave a fine tract of land.
I'hc Hranstetters were among the first
teltlers on Agency Plains.
Among the 32 applicants for teachers'
certificates who took examinations before
County School Superintendent Ford, the
following were from this section of the
county t Misses Herth-i nnd Clara Har
ney, Myrthetia Taylor, Marie Jloehting,
and Mrs. Nancy R. Noble, of Madras;
Misses Grace Robinson and Kathryn
Lowther of Culver, and Miss Ethel Smith
of Lamontn. All of the applicants were
successful. Miss Marie Moehring, the
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Methodist Hill district, made the highest
average in the examinations for second
und third grade certificates, and Miss
Ethel Smith of Lamonta, made the high
cat averagB in the first grade examinations
Miss Martha Tiffany and Frank Tif
fany, who have been spending the vaca
tion wltlt their father at the Warmspring
agency, returned Wednesday to Helling
ham, Washington, where they will attend
Wallace G. Trill of Salem, was in town
Tuesday, representing the Pacific Month
ly. Mr. Trill has been spending the past
month in the interior, in the interest of a
"homeseekers' number" which the Paci
fic Monthly expects to issue at an early
William IJarbcr was in town from Cut'
ver last Saturday, having arrived home
Irom his visit in Yamhill county the pre
vious Tuesday. Mr. llarber says the
Willamette Valley is having a steady
stream of protpenty since the farmers
there have turned their atlcntion to diver
sified farming dairying, fruit raising, etc.
WEEDS MUST CO
An order lias been Issued by tlio coun
ty road master that nil thistles nnd nox
ious weeds must bo at onco removed,
ttio mandato being directed to owners of
both town and farm property There Is
a stato law providing for tlio removal of
noxious Weeds, and also providing a
means of enforcing tlio same, and tlio
latter provision will bo invoked by the
county authorities if property owners do
not voluntarily obey tho order.
L. S. Lambert, the photographer, will
be in Madras Sept. 1, and femain for a
few days. Now is the time to have your
pictures taken. Piices low, All work
LOST Open faeo silver watch with
gold chain, between Paulsen place
urul MiulruH. Finder please leave at
pnstofllce. It hert Smith. 2t
CEbARSIIINOLES. (he best grade.
Leave your order with me. I have
a car due ubout September 15. A.
0. Sanford, Madras. tf
A uninpleit) supply or legal hluiiks for
ale Including warranty and quitclaim
ileeilx, real, chattel mill crop mortgages,
mo. Justice court hlanks mid, Justice
coin I work 11 special ty. Notary I'uhllc.
P. J. Hrookit.
Edward G. Pease Go. Inc.
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I will take the responsibility, I will go a step further, I will give you a legal
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days or months, but ALWAYS, from the day you first wear the suit until you cast it
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they do not know how to make clothes that will stand up under the guarantee."
We have taken ordefs here fof more than 50 suits and we have never had the slightest complaint
about the fit of style. Our customers are delighted with their suits. New Fall Samples com
prising over 400 different kinds of material just received. Let us take your order1 for a suit for
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A COMPLETE STOCK
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S FURNI8INGS GENERAL MERCHANDISE
The Chief Study of This Store Is to Satisfy Its Customers
. A Good Clubblntj Offer
We have arranged for a clubbing rate
with the publishers of Caiiipbell's Scien
tific Farmer and ale able to offer it lo our
subscribers lot- only 50 cents in addition
to the subscription price of the Pioneer.
This offer applies to both new subscrip
lions and renewals of old subscriptions
The Scientific Farmer is edited by Mr.
H.W.Campbell, the originator of what
i known as the "Campbell system" of diy
(arming. His mngntinc is filled with use
fill information for the farmer in sections
where the rainfall is deficient or irregular,
and every fanner in this section should be
a subscriber. The regular subscription
price is $1 per year.
It Is Easy To Reach North Beach
I Take Steamer1 POTTER From Portland I
The Pioneer gives you the homo and
county newrt and keeps you in touch
with your surroundings. Kubeorlbo
for It. l'rlco $1.60 per year.
are but outward signs 01 trie evil
done in Secret by myriads of dan
Jruff germs sapping the life blood
of the hair. Micro kills the para
site, soothes the itching scalp,
gives lustre to tbe hair and stops
It falling out. A single application
gives relief and proves its worth.
Save your hair before too late.
Micro prevents baldness. It is a
delightful dressing for the hair,
fre from grease and" sticky oils.
Ask yourdruggist for free booklet
HOYT CHEMICAL CO,
Passengers are now transferred to the railroad at
MEG LEU 14 miles up the Columbia Itlver from
Ilwaco, This eliminates tlio necessity of stearrtera
waiting for the tide, and Insures a prompt and reg1
ulur summer schedule.
The Steamer T. J. POTTER leaves Portland every
morning except Saturday and Sunday at 8:30 o'clock.
Saturday only at 2 o'clock Pi Mi Remember the Sum
mer rate on the O. St JSL is $12 from Shaniko to
all North Beach points and return; good until Septem
fsTTbli SEliLtMG.i i
jj "lair Sw .tacsrai jtnmrmm '
BNUE FOR A SHORT TIME U
BEANS . If
North Beach Is a fumous, beautiful place tho most perfect
beach qn the whole North Coast.
There are accommodations palore at prices to stilt all tastes;
camping facilities. without equal perfect bathing con
ditions; all sorts of amusements und diversions. Come,
have a good rest and a Jolly time.
Let us send you our new Summer Bookj and tell you all about
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
Al 1-2 lb. can 20c
1 " " 40c
3 " " 1.10
5 " 1.65
Columbia Oats 40c
Puffed rice 2 for 25c
Force 2 for 25c
355 A TIN
ALL OTHER COFFEES
5 OFF PER LB.
Small white, 6c '
Large " 6c
Lima, 8c "
Corn meal 40c
Al Japan rice 8c lb.
Soda 3 for 25c
All Granite Ware 15 per ct. off the Dollar
Silverware and Cutlery 15 per ct. off selling price UNIVERSAL RANGES
Screen doors, $1.10 and $1.20 haye jevernj jiat gd
(jEDAR Doors Will go AT COST at the Lowest possible Price
Windows, hiito at cost for cash
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Trout Creek Sawmills
ASHWOOD, OREGON -
NOT IN THE TRUST
Mills 14 miles from llaycreek. Hough Lumber $11,00 per thotlbnhd at
tho mill. Flooring and finishing lumber $80.00 per thousand. Other
prices in proportion, Address GEO. It, LEE, Mgr., Aslnvood, Oregoit
The begt in Shaniko
Good Stocki Carefill Di-Hcrs
Best of dnd Gralfi Fed
At Very Reasonable Prices
D Ax H&Well, Shariikb, &f
McTAGGART & BYE
Hardware, QroWfles M ADR AS, DR&
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