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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1909)
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Harold dark tme In
. . thrir home near
b way home iroir) ki-
.Jf- of V.VTC Iium
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for some time, returned-
atthts place last Friday.
. t i ft ml i if vunt tn
. VnAtv and SDent several
..i,u,c iii that vicinity.
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at rrinfvnlf They went lip
,,m, tiMine Tuesday alter-
. 11 lit. nwitmt
in (hn Imahiy, looking aflef
atlcey wb .n front Madras the
week. He statet that he hat
btsl nm-pecM f r a crop that
or Mkn;i Spring, where
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ton, win lwO efn woiking
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urn .I' i H'Oi u()'H) ins munc-
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f,'oriirM Mrs ktc win rr
nUy m IorLin I, but Mr.
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MrsFloraStlRlar of Portland arrived
hero Monday nriern'oHn, and wiil vhit (or
some time with her ji'afents, Mr. and Mr.
N. S. Jenninjji.
Alexander McKce, "a .man ,tt year ol
nj!C, wlio renided belwebti Lamonta and
Madras, became violently insane n few
ht ago, (he tholiuht that seemed to
trouble him belm; that all the county offi
ders were after him. He was brought to
,tfwn Ihe firtt of (be week imd afttr an
exaitilnatlfjii by the county ofIkials was
fonrinftcVd Inia'ne and c mmiited to the
asylum at Salem. Aji attendant arrived
iii I'rincville yesicrday and ltd with the
man for the railroad Crook Cpunty
. Lucien Lewis of Kedmditd arrived in
Madras last Friday with his wife, who ic
ceriily iuffurcd a stroke of paralysis, and
whom he is taking buck to their old home
in Michigan. They went over to Warm-
jsprlni from Madras, expecting to have an
auto meet them there and take them
tliioiigh to Tlie Dalles, but were unable
to secure one, C. H Durbin went over
in hlsar Tuesday nnd look them out to
the railroad at Shanlko. Mr. Lewis was
formerly a government employe on the
Wnrnxpring reservation, being stationed
at Simnnsho, but last year moved to Ked-
moiid, wliere be had bought irrigated
land. He has many friends and acquain
tances here who will be jorry to learn of
the mitfottune which has overtaken him,
In the serious illness of his wife.
LAYING OUT LIVINGSTON ADDITION ,
J. W. LiviiigHtoti 1h having IiIh tract
of .land adjolnhm the townnito on the
Northwest laid nut into town lots, W. II.
Wiennan bnvlng charge of the work of
platting it. Tiila will I'D thu eecond ad
dition to tho Madras towiinite, and will
probably bo known an Livingston's ad-
litlon. Only two tiers of blocks run
ning Nrtb and Houth will be laid out
for the jiri'seiit nd tbi'so will Ho Wcat
of Main 6tri'ut, itommeneing at tho cor
ner jiint Xortli of tin' Green Hotel.
lMr. Livingston I'ouiiht this propurly
from A W. Hoyco pcvcral ycara ago,
payint: SHOW for -10 aen'a. Tlila was
roiifildurtd a uooil nriro at that timo.
left Tiifdayj hut property In and adjoining iMadrns
Iiuh hteadlly Inuieaecd in value, nnd the
1 LivingMton tract has become a valual'jl'e
piece ol ground.
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nes (plerests in ihU- locality and may re
turn to Madras to look after them." Mr.
and Mrs. Hinder resided on Agency
Plains' near Madras for five yrrs and
have n great malty' warm friends In tbi
locality, who will leinCwith regret' of 'the
death of Mrs. Hinder..
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS, 1. 0. 0. F.
All brother Odd Ifellow3 are cotdnlly
invited to attend the installation of olllcers
of Mt. JcfTerson Lodge No 196, at Mad
ras, Oregon, July to,
Howard V. Turner, FiccI l)nvi,
Secretary N. G.
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tl Alt I.. ' '
1 nomas Mueniyrc reiurnrq
the A. Y. Y.
They were drhuhted wfih
ihow and had a most enjriy-
fhurs'lny from a two weeks
si a r umber of.lker, but
to those Who snrnl Ihr ilnv nl
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'Lilian, wno nas been sur-
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fturs"y and mine over to
vn mends inr ft i r m
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Madras mwtnK ur t w
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SentlKmut are looklnu over
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01 mis place,
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ell of Spokane snent sev-
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home of Max Lucddemann.
a timber buyer nnd has been
0me of the timber lands in
0 c as uriving n Chat
1 Car a"d drove all the wnv
Spokane, coinlni! bv wav of
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"W last Monday mormnr-
put 1 1
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i"rt-c, a tumner wh eli
n8 W calight in one of the
'hf ct that the material
Mr IV..... 1 . .
- "ynure titrew out his
niimeif, ws dUe his .
vtllises arid n Wnui t t,t.
MRS. STEVE DINGER DEAD
Word was received here List Saturday
of the death of Mrs. S. E. Hinder, which
occurred at San Hernardino, California,
Saturday June 26 The news cainc in j
letters to A. I). Anderson and Mr. and 1
Mrs. )ohn McTaggatt, and which con
tained the information that Mrs, Hinder
had died at sis o'clock in the morning of
the preceding Saturday,
Mr Hinder and his family left Madras
several months ago for California, whcie
they, went on account of Mrs. Hiudei's
poor health, and in ihc lnpc that the Cal
ifornia climate would benefit her. Vei'y
little hai been heard from them since they
left Madras, although it wn understood
that Mrs Hinder hud mt made the im,
piovrment that wns hoped for. Mrs.
Hinder had relatives in San Hcrnaidiiio
and it is probable that interment of the
body took place there In the letters re
ceived no mention was made of Mr. len
der's plans for the future, but he has busi-
SERVICES AT M. E. CHURCH - -
Sunday July u, morning service at
Mountain View schoOlhouse) evening ser
vice at Madras. ' 1
Plans arc being made to dedicate the
nrw M. E. church at Madras July 25.
Rev, I) L Rader. D D , editor of the
Pacific Christian Advocate of Portland
will be pre,ent, also Dr. Skipworih and
other Visiting mfniMers. A complete pro
gram will be announced later,
Sunday school at 10 a. in ; Epworth
League at 115 P- ni.
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
Window sale nrxt Saturday afternoon
at B S. Larkin'a store.
Ice cream will be serveJ.
G. B. M 00 K HEAD, Paitor.
CHURCH OF CHRIST SERVICES
, Sei vices in Odd Fellows hall.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
, Preaching Sunday July ti, at tt a. m.
and 8 p,, m. , 1
You are invited to attend these services.
B. F. W. PiTMAtf, Pastor.
MADRAS -July ll,t 11 ft. m. and 1M) p. tn. in
Vtco Mctlipdlftt Church,
OPAL WUIIUKJ-Kvory Sundoy, uxcopt July
11, at 11 n. ni. and 7:S0 j. in. In Opnl Pratrlo
Cliuroli, Union Sunday rhool cvorySurt
day Ht 10 n. In.
JUMl'KR JlUrf'E SvUoal' HouJ-)5vory Sun
day, cxrupt July It, at 3 p. m. Union Bun
dny (tlionl every Siimlny t2 p, m.
MOCNTAlN VlEt Hclioot ltouw-Flnit and
ad Sunduy ol cacti month at ! '30 p. m. Un-
' " Ion Sunilny nchool every Sunday :J:80 p. in,
All are coidlallv Itvltiid to thesu bltvIcch,
Arthur mid mi.na creaskv, I'adors.
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l'HE SHANIKO STORE
We are receiving daily our Spring line of
new and litf-to'-date
DRY GOODS, SHOES . ,
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S FURNISHINGS,
An elegant line in all departments
WE HAVE A GGMRLETE AND ENTIRELY HEW STOCK
Telescope Rods, Bam too Rods, Jointed Bamboo Rods,
- - Bamboo Poles-long and short, Reels, King Fisher Trout
r . Lines, Black Spanish Leaders, Imported Leaders, Etc,
& Everything MM for A First-Glass Fishing Outfit c
AT OUR SHANIkl
I The Chief Study of This Store k to Satisfy its Customers
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CALLS DON'T NEGLECT
M m-M ClimatR-fet Wafer1
We are ready to locate parties on
QESERT AMD WITH ATER gIGHT
Piow Repairing, WagSA
Work. A Specialty Of
Wbtmerty The fttcELROY SIlOP)
&. Personal Property
D. W. MRNETf
Offica at EeBidence, South Main St.
MST cuiTH fflE
Enables you to get Irrigated Lands
at Low Cost. These lands will sell
for $50 to $80 j6er acre WHEN RECLAIMED.
JOSEPH G. HOUSTON, Madras
Dating the Season 1909
OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATIOi
OREGON SHORT LINE AND
UNION PA IFIC RAILROAD
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MADRAS, ORE. - , i
Wi cilh furnish you vv'ltli a flne'oiitfit :'-
PLIES, LEADERS, Etc Eta
ioesuzzsvi. .r: rrffr r'mrft. TO.y.r -tM
Portland, Sedttlej Spokane, Tiicotna, Walla Wiilla
and KU points on The O; ' R & N line .
o Omflfln and etutrn .$ed
to RH AS CltV and fetatrn $60
T6 ST. liOUI and Hutm 67 B6
To CHICAGO and ettJtrn . ; , . ; 72 6C
And to other prlnclpHl cities iu.tiio East, Middle -
eat and South, currespdndlnRly qw fares.
On Sale June 2 3) tiuiyt, 3j August It, 1
To DENVER and Return, .- $5$
On Sale Ma 17, July 1, August 11
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Tfte best in Shaiiikd
Wj&I Stock; Odrdful Drivel
Pt ,pt Hay and Oraiii Fed
At Very teonaTble kill
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