The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current, July 01, 1909, Image 5

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jiu, J C. Rotiinson, Mrs.
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Snni A. McCnnnell wAs in town yes
terdny from UU hoinistead near Ctodked
Uivcr.
Jfohn.L, CnmpfiHI hfAi rented the Mnd
bis Mrht Mntkct nnd will combine the
wo thops nt this place, He moved into
'hlj iielvs (uaners yesterday.
Genrce Kodinnn, I V. Llmbangh nnd
Jolip I'cck, nnd (heir fnmilies, returned
lust 'lucjdny from Hood Uivcr, where
tlicy have been spending cvcral weeks
duiinj; ilih berry season.
Littil Rising, who was formerly gov
ernment farmer nt the Wnrmsptiitj; reser
ve ion, lias been employed as storekeeper
f"r W H See & Co. at Ihr) juency K.
Chalmlpka, who is a member of the firm
and 1ms conducted the business, ckpects
I'o quit the npency in the next two weeks,
and he and Mrs. Chalupka will return
to their old home in Michigan Inr a visit,'
Lnicr.th',y will return and settle some
where on this cont.
The people of Upper Willow Cteck in
the vicinily of the Compton Sc Ore saw
mill are nrranginR a- good old fashioned
independence Day celebration, The eel
cbrntioh will be held Monday July 5, and
games and sports of nil kinds will be in
dulged in. There will nlso be dancing,
and a platform 45x7? feet is being built
for thnt purpose. An invitation is ex
tended to the people of this section to
participate in ihe celebration, and ?i good
time if promised.
At the next meeting of the Cnumy
Fanners Union, which will occur at
Madras the second Wednesday in this
monih, the question of scouring govern
jiient aid in irrigating this section will be
taken up, It is Understood that an open
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Ijjjj t"iiiv. viisi.uj3i .ii, .iiiu iiic uiijiiics mrn
oi-Hie Inn o will lie-asked to co operate.
A strong movement should be organoid
anil prompt action taken, in oidei that tiie
nnjier may be called to Sectet.uy Hnliin
gcr's altrntion dlirlng Iii prrence on this
coast, It is undristnod that the 8cnnary
will tif invlinl by prominent irrtgationists
of 'oftlnnd to.vm't tlii! Di-rhUtes c"'in
try, Jn which f Vent he pas through
A party oi business men of l'h"neville
composed of Jake Donne. Guy Lafoilctte,
C. M, Stroud, OitMr Claypool and ohe or
two others whose names were not learned,
spent several hours in Madras l.vi Sun
day looking over lite town.
CARD OF TrlANKS
We, the Baptist ChltrcK of Madras,
wish to extend otir thanks to die citizens
of Madras and vicinity for ihrfr kind aid
nnd assistance irt caiing for the delegates
to the Middle Oregon Hnptist Associa
tion, which recently met with us We
heartily, apprrciate the excellent attend
ance, and thf tiumcrti'us courf-sies shown
us by members of other denominations.
Respectfully, I. D. Hrown, Mo'deratprj S.
!'. Loving, Clerk.
Edward G. Pease uo. inc.
the: shaniko store
enno OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere grati
tude lo our friends and neighbors for their f
kindness nnd sympathy in our sudden, be
reavement, and our appreciation of the
heroic efforts of those who genciously
assisted in the search for the body of our
dear son and brother.
Mr. and Mrs. G W Kidder
and Children,
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I fur a big llas
r ' t). The picnic
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i ittijri.in,; from an extended
mlwJ, wlirrr -p ha!i been-re
iilliam Hrui-tf-itrr and wifei'who
ipein!ii)M 11 r Winter nt',Mcd
on ilieir u ,y birk ti.Madm5
driving art , ntountitlns byf
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'wyury m in., valley and, the
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A Loni; .f I ri uilir will nrr-nnw
Lourks r- m h-nce. which thev
'!. and Mr ,,m Mrs Vnnnke
e out to the L.nrh of their son,
long's f ,.1,,-r, who recently
Medful, n rfisi(e wjih. -him.
v...nc, mi w:it initirfrt tit u
accident here srveral tnomhs
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his been , wofng treatmtjnt
mjmies. Mr 1 ... nih,., fu..
'"fim the rlf. ds of mln rmt
''more srtu, ,h(ll, tVns thought
Mhe
RoWton, supervisor in tills "road
h" had prepared n number of
nbaKi fot the county roads in
c. and they a P nnw beinu erect-
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dl'lia and distances to other
hlch Hie roads cmi ntHt ,,,ev
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POPULAR MADRAS COUPLE WEDS
Sunday evening, June 27, I")'1), at tlm
mr. the bnde' parents six miles
South of Madri. Mr Anders D Ander
son and Miss Eftio A. Taylor were united
in marriage, (lie wedding ceremony being
performed by Ucv G. R. Moot head of
the Madras Methodist churrh The' wed
ding was a quiet home .aff.iir, only the
relatives of the bride being present to wit
ness the soIcumTiation of the happy event.
Mr. Anderson is n ptoiperous and
progressive young farmer on Agency
I'htins, having bein among the early set
tlers of that section. He is also active in
the farmers' organization in this county,
being secretary of the County Union, and
is deserVed'y popular amng all who
know hint The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs H K W. Taylor, and has
'ep the popular lencher 'if the Mud
Sitings school for several years paSt.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are receiving the
congratulations and good wishes, ol (lielr.
hosts of friends. They will continue to
reside in this locality.
SERVICES AT M. E. CHURCH
Sunday school at to a. rh,; Epworth
League at 7:15 p m.
Seivices in the morning at 1 1 o'clock
and, in the evening at 8. .
Talk to the Children at close of Sun
day school
A cordial invitation is extended to all
Window 'sale next Saturday afternoon
at llS Larkin's store.
Ice cream will be served.
(h II. -MOOR MEAD, Pastor.
CHURCH OF CHRIST SERVICES
Set vires in Odd Fellows hall.
Sunday ?chool at 10 a. m.
Preaching at lamoota Saturday at 8 p.
m and Sunday morning at it. Preach
tng at (ruzly Sunday evening at 8.
You are invited to attend these services.
H. F. W. Pitman, Pastor.
rBErTTTtrwf ' -
ring Goods
We are receiving daily dur Spring8 line of
. DRY GOODS, SHOES
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S FURNISHINGS
An elegant line in all departments
FISHING TACKLE
WE HAVl A COMPLETE AND ENTIRELY NEW ST08K
Telescope Rods, Bfimboo Rods, jointed Bamboo Rodsj
Bamboo Poles-long and short, Reels, King fisher Trout
Lines-, Black Spanish Leaders, Imported Leaders Etc.
) Everything Needful For A First-Class Fishing Outfit c
CALL km SEE US AT OUR SHANIKO STORE
The GhiM Study of This Store Is to Satisfy fts Customers
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ortanity
CALLS-DON'T NEGtLECTT
Opp
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Best Soil
lest Climate-Bast Water
pcksfflitliifig
We are ready to locate parties on
QESERT AND WITH yATER RIGHT
Plow Repairing, Wagon
Work. A Specialty OT
HORSESHOEING"
iW. B.CHILDERS
(Itbrnterly The McELRQY SHOP)
MADRAS, OREGON
TOWN
LOTS,
rS. Personal Property
HANDLED BY
NOT
D. W. BAR
MADRAS, OREGON ;
OfSce at Ecsidenco, South Main St,
iiiST mnH enw
Enables Vou to get Irrigated Lands
at Low Cost, These lands vtfill sell
for $50 to $80 per acre WHEN RECLAIMED
FOB PARTICtJLAES, SEE
JOSEPH G. HOUSTON, Madras
I . miMUMiia & oil -i
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Dating the Sgasoa 1909
: -Via the
MADRAS, ORE.
GROCERIES, HARDWAR
- - IMPLEMENTS -
'" We can furnish you with a fine outfit
PLIES, LEADERS, Etc., Etc-.
"T V
IS
UNIVERSAL
STOVES ... RANGES
OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION GO.
OREGON SHORT LINEw AND
UNION PA IFtC RAILROAD
'Prora.
Portland, Seattle, Spokane) Tacoma, AVallaAt&t
and all ioints- on The O. R. & NT line
To OmHHfl and Rtattn $66
To RS CITY and tetattn $66
To ST. IiOUIS and Return.., 67 50
To CHICAGO and Rettim . . . . . 72 5$
And to other prlnclivxl cities in tlio EnHt, MidUla
West and South, ciirreTondinijIy low fares.
On Sale June 2, 3; July 2, 3 August 11, 12 .'
$50
To DENVER and Return, -
On Sale Alny tf, July 1, August 11
Going ttauslt lllnit 10dys fiom date of sale, ilmil return llm!t"bct 31
These tlokots present sotno very ettmqtlvo featnreM jn the wav of sl'on
over privilege and choice or r tile, then by eu.b hV(l W80ngnT
muKB Hiuo trips to many Intoreatitiir nol
T0UkU UllUfor,a V bo hnd at aViHgl
WILLIAM MoMtfRRAY, GcuDral Passenger Agent, Porilaiiil. Oregon
ERY
The best in ShAniko
;Cjo6d Stock. Carelu! Drlverk
Best of 'Hay arid Grain Fea
At Very VdHab Priced
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