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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1909)
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....4. ii liuitli tti
visit nt Montnouth,
j,iiir nsM CYookitl
(.!) UsiVn-Jay from
pee siwuiill n uper
... e. iiv fr intlhr Hay
accompanied by his family,
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L ill on rl her daughters
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tfqOesled to Rive notice that
tuminatiom wr ai.uc ..u
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Mri 1 ft Brown
iiviidLk wen" lit
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W. Kn in, who lias been
i month or more nt the hot
iht resei viuioiii iciunnu ..."
'6 r xlc . . un F .
Hfts, Iff c Stearns oT Port-,
m town last bnud.iy on innr.
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lummeis oi a.nem, urcgnn,
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Mrs. Andrew 'Larsen came'
IUC IIIIIIIINI 40WI Mil""
p .npnii .mini in nic i cw .
quarterly conferencs of the
church held at this place last
Andrew Larsen and Harry
. . t t- it .1
iiniii inn m Nnrnmnn
Limb of Redmond) were
!i S. W.vrcn of Red Cloud,
arrived Sunday morning for h
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CI4I Willi liC I SUII, j. ,
Mrs. Warren will nUo visit in
tAn Slftnu...rli nf Tnll
ler of the M. . church in
held quarterly conference nt
Ufhained over Sunday to'par-
uie aenicaiion o the new M.
going on to Bend on Monday
Ii .1.1.. I .
nd instructive sermon at the
E church Sunday at the dedi
: Pacific Christian Advocate,
I an eloquent and earnest
j i .
I4IUII UUUUllV ITMJ
4" who heard him.
III VU.k, t I
"HMIHK1U h HilYC UCC1I III
'uiysmis week, nnd are look
"i t.uuiury. i ncy
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country anJ inspectiiig all the
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He is looking for a'loc.Iu
. ......ii ,u i, uS meanly per
l!"e in attendance ht the'dedi.
'he new M. p. r,rW i Mart
tvJ. K. Craig, pastor of the
-a- mien me n nns lor me
K were made nnd during the
""church. Mr. Craig U now
wnite Salmon, Washincton.
u.iys m Madras visiting
nenas, and returned to his
n'ie aulmon last TurSffnv.
"8'eS Of Pr,lJ
wiHHIIUl VTtlU IIU9
weeKS in tms local'
Of the week (nt I.nke
e here Mr. Hme nHiteH m
'6-" mis vicinity by pur
- VilV UI I i I w
iic m iriA tiiw f ir
a- " "f3" 01 "his place, which
'"no leir. r.r
fJ w auuu( oo acres oi
that "amount "fnU
9n be irrl.. "i.in
, 15. F. BennetJ nnd A, J. Uerhvnhire of
Portland were in town the first of the
week on their way to Lower Urldge, on
the Deschutes, where they go to look
over some land. )
J. II. Homey nnd fiimily returned Inst
Friday evening frdm a pleasant outing nt
nelknftp Spring. Mr Horney says there
arc n great many deer In (he mountains
this season,, but he did noOkill any hs the
season does not open until August 'I. fie
had some good fifhing, however, in the
vli Kei we Hivr.
lxamlimtlon nr mail currier o the
Rurnl Flee Delivery n.uie nui of Culvt-r
p utoffkc wcie hrlil it thu pl.ice last Siii
urdny, and the ex'ijitinti'm wa t.tkrn ly
I., L Nichols, Rilph Peck mik) O K.
Splnks, applichuu l"r ihe position 1') c
cx.iminaiions for nil rui;tl routes In the
oounly 'Upheld nt Madras, tor the reason
thai Madras win the ' l1rt nitice in die
county to have a tural route.
Peter Marnach was in town from his
home at Methodist Hill, South of Madras
yesterday. He states that he has been all
over the fanning district in that poition of
the county nnd that never before has he
seen plump grain as the fields will turn
off this year. The grain berries, are said
to be perfectly developed this season and
the quality' of wheat, which is always
good, vill be of the very highest this
year. Ciook County Journal.
Rnscoe Howard, manager of the Des
chutes Irrigation Company, was in town
la Fiiday on hi way home from Port-
Jand. He was accompanied by Attorney
General Crawford, who was on his way to
liend to look over the irrigation work in
that src'non, all of which is being done
under the Car'y Aci and under the super
vision of ihe Slate Land Hoard, of which
Atiorney General Crawford is a member
MRS. A. J. tlUBLE DEAD
Martha A., wife of Andrew J. Ruble,
died at her home near Cutver Saturday,
uly 24, 1909, at the age of 66 years.
Deceased was a native of Indiana, having
been born in Lawrence county that state
In 1843. She was married to 'Andrew J .
Ruble in 'Jamestown, Texas, in i'86'7, and
resided there for some time, moving to
Oregon with her husband and family in
880. Since that time, for nearly a quar-;
ter of a century, Mrs. Ruble has been a
resident of Crook County. Five children
were born to her, and of them three,
Katie, Walter nnd Lucy, are living and
with the aged husband mourn her loss.
Mrs. Ruble joined the Baptist church
when 17 years of age and since that time
has been an active, consistent Christian
worker up until the lime of her death.
He remains were laid at rest in Grey
Hutte Cemetery last Sunday in the pres
ence of n large roncourse of sorrowing
friends and relatives, Rev. I D. Brown
of the Madras Baptist church conducting
the funeral services.
CHURCH OF CHRIST SERVICES
Sei vices in Odd Fellows hall.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Sunday school at Lnmonta every Sun
day at 'i'o a. til.
Preaching at Lamonta Sunday Augmt
t, at 11 a. in 1 preachinc at Willow Creek,
Sunday evening nt 8 o'clock.
You arc invited to attend these services.
B. F. V Pitman, Pastor.
James T. Robinson returned Thursday
evening from The Dalles. He says con
struction forces and equipment are toeing
brought out daily on the Columbia SnutfK
ern train for distribution along the l)e-
'chules canyon, find that there are mat y
evidences of activity in the construction
of the Deschutes line. On (he Shaniko
'flat Mr. Robinson aw a large sign which
said, ''Seven miles' lb Twoh'y Brothers'
camp " This camp is located at the Cove
on the Deschutes River t therHncheM of j
W. W, and R. A, lUfiM Twnhy l.ro.
are the cunirnctorn who .Ire niv-riK ihesr
equipment Itrldtnti'iriiciicfii, (.rCcs to the
Lifichuie canyon, .
i ft n n
wai'D u. rease uu,
THE SHANIKO STORb
ags "pch. Thp
Two Indians Marry
Putcr Brunrm, n lornicr WHrmpTiiiv8
Indian, now looitrd nt North Yaklihii, ,
nnd lii'lhui Sally nf OUlo, wt-ro iriiriti-d ;
tv llfi'iiko to wed by County Clerk F. B.
AngiO iMonday nlternoon. On rt'qut'Ht
ing the license of the county Herk Bru
noa salds "This woman like this man.
Get Fr. Brongeest to mako um tlghf."
Fnthcr BronHgceHt being out of town
the two Indians were married by Justice
J. A. Doutblt shdrtly nfler Hccuring the
license Tho wltneHsu- to the ceremony
were Wasco Charley, nn Indian, and
Chief of Police J. H. Harper. Urtinoa
said ho believed in marriage tlc same
nt4 white people nnd wished to have tl e
ceremony performed uccordfinr to law.
TIiIh Ib the first mnrrinue license issued
to nn Indian couple by County Clerk
Anglo.--Tiio Dalles Optimist.
SERVICES AT M. E. CHURCH
Sunday school at 10 a. m 5 Epworth
League ,it 7:15 p m.
Sunday August 1, preaching m the
morning at 11. Address to children at
close of Sunday schotil.
Service in the evening The way to
Christ illustrated by song. Special music
by male quartet.
Everyone cordially invited.
G. R. MOORHEAD, Pastor.
Ladies Aid society will meet Wednes
day at the parsonages by request some
special work. 'Leave your thimbles at
Window sale 'h&t Saturday afternoon
'at B S. 'L'arkVs store.
Ice cream will be serveJ. 1
ximSF' MONTHLY STYLE BOOK. rnE ag
It is with great satisfaction that we announce our Sole Agency in Shaniko for the
LADIES HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS
PATTERNS KXCI5LLF7) BY JTOXE;
the most ecoiKifnlcitl, iii.riuiw.loiiably
'the Anders fuorig'nnllty, and fatiltl .
nu (11 Mr.
X niotithly st'yhi hook mailed Uvo in each customer on requt-l.
f be put on our niall.il; INt.
10c 6t 15c each
A dii'de Chart given freewllli pnoitpa- .
teru, which tells the exact qiiantlly of
tiipet-lal )ed and full Int .1 Hons In
enuliiK anil fittlnj: hiw.
S nn ua your imnie, mid nldisn
This 26th day of July, 1969.
Notice to the stockholders of Crook
County Warehouse Company, there wifl
be a meeting at Madras on the 2nd of
September, 1909, at 2 pm. By order of
J. H. HORNEY.
COiV.rl.ETE STOCK OF
A Hue line of the fanioiiH
DIAMOND EDGE RAZORS
' The besl on the
xnappy n il a tractive
Mtuiplfl t nil-wool worst
ed and f miov iiPIi-cr for
Full. i'liS ere n. f the,
110YAL' I AII.ORSV
i.-k l O'.iinago Imjttst
at rived. ;uid tww reliily
f r iir i;itTctl.ni.
Saltslh.tde to order lu lat
ent styles :'iid every suit
llurunfeiil trtlUitlid iiold
V. SIlhfM rntll wor 1 ikL
Try us !; our FiiIIhuR.
Prie s fr. ih 518.00 up.
A reward of $2 ' offered for hlro'rma
'ion leading (n the conviction of any 'per
son or 'persons guilty of the dfrense of
'Cutting the lines, destroying or removing
the poles, or interfering in any way with
the property of the Pioneer Telegraph &
Telephone Co, tf
Fibneer MotI & Telephone Co.
Plow RepaiHng, VsTkgoh
A large stock of Seasohed Rough, also
a good assortment of Dressed and Fjnishing lum
ber of all 'kinds at the company's mill. Call up
by 'phone o'r4iddress Js5r J$r 6r-
GRIZZLY lM LUMBER COMPANY
Work. A Specialty Of
W. B. Childers
(Formerly The McELROY SHOP)
MADRAS. OREGON 1 LIST OlITH CDE
&. Personal Property
D. W, BARNElT
MADRAS OREtfON f
Office at Eesidence, South Mafc St,
McTAGGART & BYE
- - IMPLEMENTS -
We can furnish you Wth a fine outfit v
FLIES, LEADERS, Etc., Efc.
SUMMER RATES EA
the; S-ascm. 1909
OREGON MHHOAD & NAVIGATION CO.
OREGON SHORT LINE AND
UNION PA IFIC RAILROAD
Spokmlei Tacomii. Walla MTn
itild all .points on The 0 R. & N. line
Tobm HR and tettlbn. ...; .$66
iro RKfi. AS CITY and Pjet'uPn $60
t'o ST. IiOUIjS and etftittn. . . . . '67 sb
0 'CHlCftGO and efctirtn.w. . . 26
And to other principal oitlea in tho East, Middle
West andoutlfj correspondingly low fares.
X)n SMlti June , 3; July , 3 August 11, 12
-DENVER and Return, - $5&
On Sale May t, July 1, August A
Going trTttfalt ifriilt 10 dy from date or sale, Hnnl returU irroltf6.U. 31.
Theae tjoketa preTSeiit some very ettfactlve featllres l-i the wily of stop
over privileges, and eholee of r. Utes, tlipreby n'blng pasiKer o
nrittke side trlf fJ many lutereathu points enroute, b
teerr'lhetSs U,l"'rrU,tt b a
ilLLIAM McMURRAY, Qeueral hmik Ageiit, Portlaiul, egon
-,w- vpjyregerrratxrr; Knotty 'wr: rrr rizs
The mst In Shdniko
Idood dtckk Careful Dflvera " '
aJL1 Oraln Fell
At vary 'Reasonable Priced
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v H"i'criy. inciuamK
of .' '
'the mfgablc (and,