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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1908)
to at Madras,
h .... Sunday.
. family of CuMrer
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in this locality Ina
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7'""" '" i t OrcL'on City.
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a visitor nt tlic
wclk. Me ex-
.. ,k. list ol tee
iv for his borne nt Jnck
' .. nml family came over
ilia w ititititriniF
Frank J - Brow oi vihihk"
i,.hn appointed resident physi-
,be Wnnmprinfi ngency, and lie
A t1rf 3tmd.iv.
i-i i rnw I dimvu
A C Snford and family find
-1 Hess, who ImvB been spend-
,t!uat the hot springs on the
... ,i knmi Insi Friday
ti ..111. fi ..ttiftr
... a. Utt nf I he Week. Mr.
...un,..rAf nf n hrue tract of
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Rimrock springs and Lamonta
.jt.. tr.iird riifkiniinkft m I lie
tnpnt ihi end nf tllp'l
i.ji.miitn i htu irmrnrti in me
aleodent C C. Covey of the
innnvi icsci vauvi, niu ... i'miiimi-
bf Mils Kllen 1'aetow, an em
etic Indian school.
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if. Wp came in Tuesday morning
I River, where he is now locat
a spending a few days in Madras
tfttr business interests, Mr,
uji ht has a good business nt
Xirerand is well pleased with bis
Harold Hobb.4 and Gardner
Misses Irene liarnes and Edna
aA Mrs, J, H. Shipp of I'rineville,
I fe days last week at the home of
Homey. While there they visited
Core and the Opal Sonnus on
Hampshire of The Dalies spent
bp in Madras and vicinity the
PW of the week Mr. Hampshire
position with Twohy Uroth
w to Potter Hros. Ik Welch
t-i t.uiitiav.iiiiif nnn on me
My Of Rev. H. L Hell mnvrri
from Ajjency Plains the last of the
Whavt taken up their residence
Cwge Loucks cottage. They will
low during the Winter in order
me excellent schoo
ce has bought from S. E.
Msirator of the estate of the
Ja A,hham, five lots lying just
mownhili broperty, and in.
lb "Id Isham home. The price
" v5- it is reported that Mr
""Improve the propetty nt once.
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I a San Francisco who'rl
lsitthd brounlil i.. r'iii .
n iiiiiujr uui
" "ip ncross the
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C 7cre in Madras last SUnday.
W down to loni, '
:. uafn' land in ih, , fi,.
This wai Mr n.
,u"i nnn tie wns
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1. wucr lni
H'Momj.tt,l, i .
c " 1 ran urossinir,
He came don
l0a(i of hoes whiM. I....... . . .
Lota... .. ' "v ""K" irum
the several yenrs
i "oi he
' pumping water
m n -
l D ne is now negotiating
fron thtir di lHCn,Pany f'etUrC
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman of Cul
ver were visitors In Mndras last .Saturday.
Horn to the wife nf G. K. Morrlicad
on Agt-ncy 'lain, Monday Sopl 1908,
it nott ,
Mrs. James Hurt and baby have brers
Visiting relatives on Agency I1 tains during
the past week.
C. C. Lalnson and Walt Mcndcnhall
were in town the latter part of the week
from their homes near Culver.
Mrs 'Georirc K. Cyrus stopped over to
Visit relatives in Madras the last of ilie
week, while oh her way to Shaniko to
join her husband, who is located there.
Preaching services at thfe new M. 12.
church -Sunday morning, Sept. 20 nt it
o'clock. Sunday school will meet and or
gnnue at 10 n. in. All are coidially in
vited to attend these services.
C. N. Loring, who has n homestead
near Trail Crossing, was in town the lat
ter part of the wbrk. Mr. Loring has re
cently returned from Sherman county,
and be says that crops in that county ap
pear to have sulTcreJ rnoie from the unfa
vorable season than thty did in this local
Iternard Mnrx was in town Monday
from Sagebrush flat, where lie has a
homestead claim. The claim was con
tested some time ago and Mr Maix has
just had notice that the General Land Of
fice has decided the content nnversly to
him. lie will appeal the cane to the Sec
retaty of the Interior.
Gottfried Kampfcr, a sheepman fiom
lower Trout creek, was looking afier bus
iness matters in Madras Monday. Mr.
Kampfcr had n very successful year, the
past year, but says that tie thinks he sold
his wool too early, prices having been
much better n little Liter on.
Hoscoc Howard and C. M. Ked field of
Uend were In town ttie latter part of the
week. The ibrmer went on to Portland,
while Mr. Redflcid stopped off at Madras
to look after matters connected wiili the
C. O. survey. Mr. Red field is chief en
gineer of the Deschutes irtigatinn project,
and also tins supervision over the Central
Oregon railroad survey.
LOUCKS HH08. lmvo moved their fur
niture stouk to tlio building formerly
oiruplpd by M. Ii. LouekB. across tbo
fitrout from McTaggnrt & Ityc. Tln-y
fany 1 full lino of Furnltiiro niiii
HoiiHo J'lirtilalilngH. nj
A. f'tl. WILLIAMS & GO,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
JI00T8 AND HIIOES
HATS AND CAI'8
1 0 per ct. off
Is otTcrdd on all goods, except
Collars and Whips
B. S. LARKIN
THE HARNEY MAN
6 per cent off on Collars and Whips
CI0VBHNA1KNT STOCK HALK-Ono
bull, thoroughbred Shorthorn, a good
one, ,'( years old, weight ICCOj 7 bullH,
Shorthorn, grado nnd thoroughbred,
'1 to 7 months old, (Bomo extra fine
onus) ; 0 boars, 0 hows, Poland China,
one boar 3 years old, others and the
sows i to 0 months old; 1 mule, tiorse,
0 years old, weight 1050 lbs, buckskin.
Tills stock may bo examined nnd
prices obtained nt any time by calling
nt lids agency. Claude C. Covoy, Sup
erintendent, Warmspriiigs, Oregon.
DKXTIST COMING -I will 1.0 in Mad
ras October Otb, prepim-d In lo ull
kinds of dentiil work. Dr. Harold
Glut It. 4t
COM 10 I'oMiil 0iidf Hhvc you seen
I hem tit tbo Madras Trailing Co.'h ?
1 cent each. h3
STRAY HI) OH STOLKN Sept. 4, my
loam of bay ponies; weight about 850
jrounds enoh j one branded CS under
qiiurter-eirclo S, the other branded
101. A reward of $10 will bo paid for
their recovery. Gillis Dizuey, Madras.
A complete supply of legal blanks for
mlo Including wiirrmily mnl quitclaim
deeds, real, chattel mnl crop mortgages,
etc. Justice court blanks mnl Just leu
iiotir t work a specialty. Notary Public.
V. .1. ItrooUs.
ADVKRTIHE your "Wiint" in the
Pioneer. It jrels results. Regular lo
cal advert Islng rtcs.
Not Coal Lund
HOMESTKAD. NiMlce for Pnbllca
lion. DepHrttrietit of the Interior.
V. S. Land OHl'-o at The Dalles, Ore
gon, August 28, 1003. Notice Is hereby
JAMES L. THOMAS,
of Lomotils, Orgon, who, on January
18, 1007, miule Homestead Entry Ser-
lnl N' 0738 No. 1540-1, for njtiej see
l5, I12m, r 14
Huh filed notice of Intention In make
Dual commutation proof, to estatillidi
claim In the land above described
before Wurron Brown, County Clerk,
at Ills olllce at I'rineville, Oregon, on
I lie 151 b day of October, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses:
James 8 McMeen, Tboma J Bene
field, William C Cox, all of Lamonta,
C. W. Mooke,
h 10-O8 Register.
Not Coal Land
HOMESTEAD. Notice lor Publl
cailon. Deportment of the In
terior. U 8 Land Olllce M The Dalles,
Oregon, B-ptetntier 2, 1008
Notice Is hereby given that
MATTHEW M. HARVEY,
of Madras, Oregon, who, on September
12, 10115, made liumesteati ttiury ter
I11IN0. 0755) No 14088. for swl sec 4, ip
II Hi r 13 e, w m, Iihm filed notice of in
tention to make Until commutation
proof, to establish claim to the laud
above deccribid, befote Frank Ostium,
U.S. Commissioner at M ulras, Oregon,
mi the 22nddny of October, 1008.
Claimuiit names as witnesses:
T A Taylor, Rocky C Koblson, E I.
RobiHon, W A Ellis, nil of Madras,
O. W. MOORE,
t17 o22 Register.
THE SHANIKO STORE
We are agents for THE ROYAL TAILORS
FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Cannot protect your interests as a citizen more fully than your interests as a Buyer of Clothes are
protected by Joseph Vchon, president of The Royal Tailors, when he says:
"I want to make you the swellest suit of clothes you ever wore. A suit that will
fit you to a 'T.' You to be the sole j'udge of the suit both as to fit and to style.
1 will take the responsibility. I will go a step further. I will give you a legal
guarantee that your suit will ALWAYS hold its good fit and style. Not for a few
days or months, but ALWAYS, from the day you first wear the suit until you cast it
aside worn out. Why don't other tailors give the guarantee I do? Because
they do not know how to make clothes that will stand up under the guarantee."
We have taken orders here for more than 50 suits and we have never had the slightest complaint
about the fit or style. Our customers are delighted with their suits. 15 New Fall Samples com
prising over 400 different kinds of material just received. Let us take your order for a suit for
Fall or Winter,
A COMPLETE STOCK
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S FURNISING GENERAL MERCHANDISE
The Chief Study of This Store Is to Satisfy Its Customers
Pacific Horse Liniment is prepared
expressly for the needs of hort cmen and
nnchmen. It Is a powerful and pene
tratlng liniment, a remedy lor emergen
cles. A soothing embrocation for the
relief ot pain, and the best liniment for
sprains and soreness.' Unequaled for
curing the wounds and injuries oi
DARUED WIRE and for healing cuts,
abrasions, sores and bruises. Pacitic
Horse Liniment is fully guaranteed.
No other Is so good or helpful Ittso many
ways. It it falls to satisfy, we authorize
all dealers to refund the purchase price.
c xTd wnoe orrti rim ctHT
Hoyt Chemical Co., portuno, ok.
BOOKLET if"Uff FREE
AFe you doing what you can to populate your state
OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE Settlers, honest farmers; me
chanics, merchants, clerks, people with brains, strong
bands nnd a willing heart capital or no capital
; ! The Oregon Railroad
& Navigation Company
is sending torts of OrtEddN literature to the East for distribution
liiroiign every available agency. 11 ill you not help the goou wort
OKEQON by senun
of building (
JG DISCOUNT FOR CASH ! !
WILL CONTINUE FOR A SHORT TIME
Al 1-2 lb. can 20c
Columbia OfUs 30c
puffed rico 2 lor 25c
Forco 2 fof 25c
35 A TIN
All bTHER coffees
56 FF PER LB.
Small white, 6c
Large " 6c
Corn meal 40c
Al Japan rice 8c lb.
tEuON by send
near tne exneni
about OHEfJON and its opportunities.
ng us the names and addresses of
e interested in this state- We will
use of sending them complete information
your frieuug who are liueiy to be interested In this state we will
ue giaa to ocar trie cx
COLONIST TICKETS will be on sale during September nnd
October from the Eafct to all points in Oregon. Hie fares
from a iofr principal cities are
From Denver, 880 From Louisville, 41.70
Omaha, 30 44 Cincinati, 4220
Kansas City 30 44 Cleveland, 4475
St. Louis, 85.60 44 New York, do
Prom Chicago, $38
If you want to bring a friend or .relative to Oregon, deposit the proper
amount with rtriy df oiir agents. The ticket will lie, furnished by telegraph
77"UiS03Sr7 Xjocal -g't, Slxanilsio
WlVT. Mc MURRAY
deTieral Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
All Granite Ware 15 per ct. off the Dollar
Silverware and Cutlery 1 5 per ct. off selling price
Screen doors, $1.10 and $1.20
CEDAR Doors will go AT COST
WINDOWS, all sizes, AT COST
MW. , rnn HASH OB WE Will TAKE GRAIN T MARKET PftlCES 111 UM
We have several that wjll
at the Lowest ..possible Price
1 iVi'TffiffTii'ii $ jjifwdtiVi
Trout Creek Sawmills
not in the Trust
1 ' V . I 111, 1
Milla 14 miles- froiYl IlnyrCek. Itotlgh LUiulr $11.00 per; ,.tlb,psnnd nt
iiiu 111111. rioonng 1
prices in proportion.
the mill. Flooring nh(I ftntshing liunber, jaO.OO per .thousand. , Other
j. Address GEO. Ii. LEE, Mgr., Ashwobd, Oregoh
Hardware, Groceries MADRAS RE:
The best in Shaniko
Good Stock. Careful Drivers
BestVQ,Hayvaij OIi Ped
At Very Reasonable Prices