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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1909)
Lee Curtli wero over
AIT ...... .wnimr.
,u wife o tnun -
t Ka In to1 Tudy, on
r.... look after business in
wai visitor In Mnd
y,m.. ....., from the Culver
..f me wtfc
11 vi -
i own irom v.uivcr
..r attend me ten-..". -
u- .1 ihu place.
.member of the Lhrjly
1 .. .,rrnitle firm at I'rine-
ttiiiiM Tuesday evening.
..... i r Unbinion and their
, ., ...
. . t iimn. reiuiucu hhi
' - from a two wecM' visit in
i.,t. penerat mnnncer of
l..,.. irrigation enterprise in
, f Thutsonv on ni
f.ll!..... Fnrrolt mm 111
jbome near Youn to nucnu
..i ,..iinct in Mnurns last
Hanwho has been employed
& M. A. Robinson for some
ptn up nn "
j... m hit linme nt Prinevi le.
Smith and Miss Lillie Gnid
slbe Indian school at Warm-
.-. L'.it-io nni Rrttiirilnv
I, ,.wi .
. . i.
W.Turner, ine ncwiy np-
TV M . malitni f r tfl 1 ft A Iflll I t
the duties of the office on
a . t
r- r'liiait iuhr nuar v mill rrin
rover with the teachers from
to atteud the educational
CooV, who recently sold out his
firm outfit on Agency Plain,
. . . .
the Warmipring reservation,
I .t. . . ft J -
F. Blanchard, who is a teacher
who cams down to attend
institute. He viited his
Methodist Hill district and
of til old friends.
Wood was in town Saturday
some near Lrookcu Kiver.
1. l 111
owe a ueai witn a. o.
the W. E. Fulgliam ranch
G. Holler and her two child-
Hill Phillips, teacher of the
M-UUiiii w rrr in rnuin iiii " n .
c inrv vicirpn nt lit itrtm m
Noyce, who is a sister ol
leather in ih A.
... SIHIIUIC Ul"
Wt U$t Friday for that place to
the Nnilhfllarn ... f it..
'"'iwu wait ui iiic
wiu ui ajiiwoou. Mr. J. H.
- .j oC 11UIIUIQ wiin
A. Ford reached Mndm l.it
morning to look after the ai-
MM h.. I... T.V : I r. .
iiii rifinu nnfi fir
... - ....... WMt
" "neu me mndras nub-
Thursday afternoon, devoting a
Ulflnnnn . 1 ..
u cacn oi me rooms,
Ford says the Madrns shoolls
r":ic wiin If ft vunrU nttrl
M n01 nl l
wic present time is an
Ih . i
"snumoer of teachers.
10 lit illness of E.L. Dloom-
"r me Madras Oil &
W0,k has been suspended tcm-
well which they arc sink
JVest 6lope of Griisly. Mr.
"gone to Portland for med.
- "t'ci.ii io ue gone lor
11 1 beheVed itim turirt tut It
r--vH longer than lodavs.
An...-, . t -
"i ,ttie neighborhood of
thfr MImU . l .
Miij IIUKIUI' COOU
-..u, secretary of the conn
v, lc t. armor r .
f u union, returned last
"ott Spokane. VVaslilnoinn.
,"hU" ""ere lie attended
l,elI,gS Of Iiii. t ti.
u ,,,c v-rooK county
' meet ncr. Afirk- rfc
- .i.wm luccung, ne
-" o thb Washinj-ton
M0n, whirl, .t, i .
t ncia rinm nt mut.
Miss I.ulu Osborn came down from
Culver Inst Monday to attend the Wash
ington party, and spent several days in
town visiting friends.,
H, H, Curtis, who owns n oo ncre
farm rfcnr Pullman, Wash , lias decided
to fence his farm with hog fence and in
stead of Summer fallowing in the usual
way will plant portions of his land (o al
falfa, clover, corn and peas, rind other
leguminous gathering crop. Instead of
turning nfT so much wheat every season
Mr Curtis will turn off more lings and
cattle. In this way the soil will become
richer each year Instead of poorer. Mr.
Curtis plans to run hogs on alfalfa through
the months of May, June, July and Au
gust, feeding them with grain once n day
to keep them growing, After pasture is
dry he will turn them into fields of peas,
topping them (iff with coin.- Moscow
Idaho Star Minor, Mr. Curtis form
erly resided in this vicinity. lie had a
homestead West of town . on the Little
(Mams, and was one of the successful
farmers of this district.
i i ' i ii ' " 111 m i -
HOUSE BURNS DOWN
Wednesday evening, Feb.. 17, 1939,
at the (ethodist parsonage in Princville,
Miss Ucrilm Henske and Mr. Daniel h
Aicnsmeier, both of thir place, were
united in marriage, Rev. Lewellen of the
M. E. church pfpciating. A few Prine
ville friends were present to witness the
Tito bride is thp daughter of Mr, ai d
Mrs, Fred Henske, win reside in the
Methodist Hill district, an) has many
friends tn this locality. The groom is n
prosperous young farmer wljo jilso resides
in that district, and who by bjs industry
has made a success of farming in this sec
lion, He and his bride left Prjueville
last Thursday morning for Portland,
where they will spend their honeymoon.
After their return they will reside at the
groom's homestead Southwest of Madras.
CIIUCH OF CHRIST SERVICES
Preaching nt Madras Sunday Feb. 28
at ii a. m.and 7:30 p. in.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a.
m. Hiblc study class" every Wednesday
evening at 7J30.
You are invited to attend these services.
Ii. F. W- PITMAN, Pastor.
Last Monday evening fire destroyed
Ihe building owned by the Grizzly Lake
Lumber Company at the North end of
Main street and occupied by F. L. Kulp
as a residence, with all the contents of the
building, consisting of furniture, house
hold goods, a piano and other properly
of Mr. Kulp. The fire was discovered
shortly after 1 1 o'clock, and had already
made such progresi that it was impossi
ble to save the building or even any of
the contents. Mr. Kulp was out of town
at the time and his family were spending
the night at (he hotel, so there was no
one in the building, The origin of the
fire is unknown. Mrs. Kulp prepared
supper at the house but left sliorily after
wards, and the only theory entertained is
that the fire caught from one of the stoves
in which a small fire had been left burn
ing, The loss on Ihe building was prob
ably Siooo, with no Insurance, and the
loss of the contents amounted to several
tiious.ind dollars, with Siqoo insurance
This is the third dwelling house to burn
in Madras within two months, the George
Loucks cottage having byrned early in
January and the Smith house occupied by
Charles Waterhoue having burned in
the early part of this month,
OLD FASHIONED SPELLING MATCH
There will be an old fashioned 'spelling
bee" and -pie social" held in the M. E,
chuich Friday night, Feb. 26, under the
auspices of the Ladies Aid Society. Ev
erybody invited to attend. Stand up and
get spelled down, pay 20 cents for a pie,
and have a good time. it
PAINTING and Paper Hanging Firat
cIuhb workmanship. Call on, or ud
dress J. M. Lnrecn, Madras.
SERVICES AT M. E- CHURCH
Sunday, February 28, Sunday school
at 10 a.m.; preaching at 11 a. m.and
7:30 p m i junior League at 3 p. m.j Ep
woith League at 6:45 p, m.
Andre Larsen preaches next Sunday,
Feb. 28, in the morning.
Sunday, Feb. 28, preaching at Vibbert
schoolhouse in the morning and at Mad
ras in the evening by the pastor.
The Ladies Aid Society meets at the
parsonage Wednesday afternoon, Mar. 3.
Cooked food sale Saturday afternoon at
U. S. Lnrkin's store.
G. R. MOOKHKAD, Pastor.
HOME CURED UACON-At Mudros
Moat Market. tf
A GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE of gro-cerit-e,
clolliliig, ulioeu and oilier
geiieriil mercimudlbo Ims boguu t-t
A. C. Suuford's. Htock will be sold
out ut Qiice, und purcU&Hura uuu snvo
one-tlilnl by buying during tliia
tnlo, For full mrtlculurH see-uiy ad
vertlueniuui hi tula Ibauo. A- 0,
Buuford, MmlruR. tf
Edward G. Pease Go. Inc.
THE SHANIKO STORE
DRIED LOGAN BERRIES
A delicacy that will serve like fresh fruit TRY THEM
DUSilM Northern igrown D. M.. Ferry's
- Seeds-Flowers and Vegetables
ALrALrA In packets
All kinds of Garden Seees In packages, suitable for this locality
Til TUT Buy your garden tools now
Spades, Shovels, Garden Rakes, Tree
Pruners, Pruning Saws, Etc.
) Onniiyp The Great And Only Disinfectant
1 Ul fllillllU And Vermin Eradicator -
For spraying fruit trees, painting the walls of chicken houses, and in a thousand other ways to
GET RID OF PESTS
Do not fai! to see the ROYAL
TAILORS' new sample book
or Spring and Summer, containing
500 of the latest designs of worsted and fancy suitings manufactured by the Royal Mills.
Every piece guaranteed all pure wool and thoroughly shrunk. Not a thread or cotton or mer
cerized cloth in the entire line. THEY ARE THE ONLY TAILORS IN THE WORLD who will give you;
a written guarantee with every suit, guaranteeing their clothes to hold their style and fit until they'
are worn out. If you need a new suit, call and see us at our Shaniko store, leave your measure
and give the Royal Tailors a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The Chief Study of This Store Is to Satisfy Its Customers
ESTKAY HOGS TAKEN TJP.-CHmo
to the George Ho-lnmti ranch about
Nov. 15, 1908, 6 lietut or nwltie, 3 or 4
uioutbu old. Smull nick iu of point
of one cur.,, Owner cuu Iihvo uurae
by paying for ibis ud. und expeuuo
of keephiic the hogs. J. H. O'Kelly.
DAYLIGHT STAGE-rTlitre will be a
day light utuge leuvlng Mndruti for
Sliuniko every morulug. The btae
will leave from tbo Green Hotel.
J. W. LivlugBton. tf
A complete supply oF legul blank for
xule IncludlDg warruuty uud quitclaim
ilouda, real, chattel nud urop mortgages,
etc. .lustlue oourt blutjka and juntloo
ijmiit work Hnpeclalty. Nptury Public.
F. J. llrooka.
NO. 3851 .
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE, OREGON
B. F. A LUCK, I'rfcsldeni,
T. M. Baujwix, Cmliler.
Wim. WuuiwKir.Kn Vice Tres,
H. UAU)rK, Awt. CBliler.
C'AptUl, Surplus and Undivided
Plow Repairing, Wagon
Work, And A Specialty
(Formerly The McELROY SHOP)
I A. E. PETERSEN !
and Jeweler I
Jewelry of all iciad made to or
der aad repaired. Setting (of
Predoyt Stone made,
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
to SPRING SEEDING; We Have
Which will prepare your field rightly
McTAGGART & BYE
"""EffiSEr"" MADRAS, ORE.
THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE Turns
out neat, attractive priming. Good
stock, olear type, reasonable prices.
President ,,, Theodore Roosevelt
VIco-PreIdept ..Charles W Fairbanks
Secretary of 8iatp ,, Elihu Boot
Secretary of Treasury...,, .George B Cortelyon
Seoretary of Interior Jas R Garfield
Secretary of War Lnke E. Wright
Secretary ot Nary .....Victor H Metealf
Secretary of Commerce. . , , Oscar 8trauss
Foatiqaster General..., ..,,,.Ueo Von t. Meyer
Attornoy General. ....,,,,,.... .OJ Bonaparte
Secretary of AgrJculturp.. James Wilson
Govornor.: floors? E, ChuroborlRtn
8ecratary ot Stato p. Wl fltjwwn
Treasurer .-....,...,... 8m
Attorney General,.. .,,,,.,.,.., M Cpurfopl
Supt. PUoHtUot!on;.,..J H Acliorman
8tato PrlMM Itf., w 3 Ounnlway
Datrr U4 Vqq Poramlsstaner j w Batloy
D 8 Senators v... C W Fulton
I J Bourne Jr
Congressmen I W c HawJoy
1 W R Kllfs
, , (FA Moore
Suprorao Judges....,.,, ) RSBean
C R Kakln
SEVENTH JUDIOIAL DI8TRI0T
Prosecuting Attorney Fred W. Wilson
JutlS0 It. C. Ellis
Clerk , , 4.Warren Bro-n
Sheriff Frank Elklns
Treasurer , , Klns
Assessor. , J DLaPollotto
School Suporsntondont, R, x. Ford
Survoyor j,.,., p. a. Rica
Coronor j. a. McCall
Commlsilonor.. 1 James Rico
J8tico F. J, Brooks
Constable j jr Maye(,
Road 8uperTlor . j. w. Uvlngston I
It la tbu natural whiter home
of many ilioueand of the
world's best people, Under v
the uentlo lutlueuce of its mild
Winter climatp, every amuse
ment and recreaiiou abounds.
Buch bathing, boating, fish
ing, driving; ouch picnic, par
ties and 'Jollfioatlons."
Los A 1 gelea, Paso Rubles, Hot
Springs, Hotel del Monte, San
Dlegn, Santa Barbara, Santa,.
Monica, Veulce, Long Beach t
Fauta Cruz, or u ecore of simi
lar resorts at,d yon will flnt
healtn, congenial surround-,
inns, hospitable ansoclates,
fuultlpss accutn modal ions anil
numberless atiractl us and
Southern Pacific Co,
Makes Inexpensive roqnd
trip excursion rates
A six months stopover ticket
SHANIKO lo LOS AHGELES
and teturn is $67.00
Corresponding rates are In
effect to other points.
We have some very distinctive lltera
ture coverlug California's Winter n.
sorts, and will take olea
you all of the Information aud asslst-
huuu ( our oommnuu, -
Tor tickets, slepnr car rtservat
ttc cJ on, tclctrroph or writ'.
E. J, WILSON, Local Agent, fflumiio. Or,
OeH Pa. Agt,
The best in Shaniko
tibUd Stocks Careful Drivers
Best of Hay and drain Fed
1a . V .'
At Yei-y Reasonable Prices
D. A. Howftll, Shaniko, Or.
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01 ,,0'l init.uctlve anU enter-