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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1909)
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. .,u fnlver country.
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looa shoit business mp.
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proof for the
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jninej Keau and wife and Mrs. Perry
Keatl of C ulver were in town Tuesday.
, r , Look of Portland, one of the
owner' of the townslle at Redmond, whs
In town last Thursday on his way to Red
Mrs. M h. Perclval came in from her
ranch Monday and on Tuesday offered
final five year proof on htr hoinesead, be
fore CortimUiioner Turner.
, Mrs. Ud McOicer of Antelope nnd her
r.lil!drcn nriiveid in mlras Tuet 'ay afier
inioii ii ml will vMf liiib her innilicr, JNr.
CI U. Motirh'cid for sevcinl iIuvh
C 0 Leo win In town VVrduedny
from liib hnitic n-nr Hayitnck. He wns
nCCniilpanird hy M)n Oirlcr I.pc. who
arrived TtiriliiyVrit!ii from the vallr)
for a vitit Wilh his p.ocnls.
limit KalkeiihaHen wrnt to Shnnikrt nn
I'uertlay, laktnjj in a I ire wayonhMd oi
hojjs for Davenport & Stroud, who ship
their hog Into Slianiko by wagon in prcl-
erence to driving them throuKh.
Albert Moore nnd wife of Lamonta
were tn town Tuesday. Mr. Moore
brought in with him some exceptionally
fine specimens of oats and wheat grown
on his place ntar lumner Smirk's thU
S. 12. Gray and family returned last
Thursday Afternoon from n month's out
ing at Helkuap Springs. Archie Isham,
who has been visiting tn the valley for
sonic tun, jnnifd the Oravs a Hrlkniin
Spnngs and teiiiriitd home with them. I
Mr. and Mrs It. S. I.arlin have the
sympitihy of thtir many fiiemis in ihr
cniinunity. in the Uts of their inlnni
d'toghirr. A baiiy girl was bom to thru-
ai l-'nday morning at their home Noun
of Madras, but the little' one only lived a
Rev J Moehting, pastor of the
German Metliodut'drurch n th1 locality,
eft Monday for Senile to attend the an-
nual conference of the church of this con
ferrnce diMrict Mr. Moehring has
llo(iiihing church in ihr Methodist Kill
district, and he will do6bress be returned
to this charge.
Gertrge Palmer Putnam, "war corres
pondent'' for llie Portland Oregonian at
(he scene of the fight between the Hill
ind the Marrimah construction forces in
the l)ecliutes canyon, was in town Tues
day on his way to licnd. Me has been
sending his paper a number of good news
toties that make interesting reading here
in Central Oregon.
Davenport & Stroud of I'rlneVilft, who
have made rt number of shiprtVrlts of
liogs from this locality, have been Vrt tbwri
dining the past week gathering tip Artttther
idiipriicnt They arc shipping to the
Portland market and have bought quile a
number of hogs in this vicinity.
William Hlair and daughter were W
town Monday from Young3. Mr. Ulair
fias beep appointed postmasle'r at Vodrtgs
and informs us that the oilirfi ha b'eeh
rrniovrd from its old Walton al Ynuni '
More to his residrnce Mr. Mlair lias It.id
considerable experience in condtriing i(e
postofficc nnd wjil (lobi)tlesM uuikr a sails
factory official, although Ii Is uiiderolond
iliere was some oiioosiiliin to ihe ch.ni.
f location lor the potnfTice.
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f ! tmw i Urn I
I Watchmaker :
Jewelry of all kindi made to or
der and repaired. Settings for
rrecioui itonci made.
FIMST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
T. B. TUCKER
Firsl-Cta Wort Guarantee!"
Lnciaeil in the old Ji molts nhop
Edward G. Pease Go. Inc.
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the most ccoiinmlcal, iinitiu.stloiiably
the Indurfl IVi or'lzi'iialHy, and 'fanltl
tin to ilt.
A inontliVy st.yliifeoirk naMed ?it'6 totiach cimtomcr on rJrjirfit.
to be put on our inalliiiu' INt.
A Guide Chart giVen free Willi each pnt
krn wliich tells tlio exact qfiantlty of
innfprial used r.iid fill I lnt u tions ill
cutting and fitting saint.
S.-iid u.4 ytrtir itaint; ami addicsK
BENJAMIN BROWN DEAD
Henjamin A., the eldest son ol Eldct
ind Mrs. I. I). Drown, dird al (he home
of his patents at this place Monday morn
ing at one o'clock alter a long illne.Sb
Death was due in tuberculosis of Ihe
hones, from which he has been a sufferer
lor some time and for moic than a year
past the young man has been bed ridden,
lie wak la'sen to a hospital in i'otitand
luM year for an operation, but iiis icliel
was only temporary and his condition -be
came so crficd that death has been ex.
peeled for some lime paM. Interment
was htld Monday afternoon in the Mad
ras cemetery, the funeral service being
conducted by Elder C. A, Watrrhouse.
Deceased was a native of Oregon, hav
ing been born in Umatilla County, No
vember 26, 1 886. Ilciides his parents
he leaves thice brothers and three sisters
to mourn his loss.
Rev. and Mrs. Uiown and their family
have the sincere sympathy of their many
friends in this locality, in the great sorrow
which has overtaken them.
NEW TEACHER ARRIVES
II. M. Tiffany, who has been elected a
teacher in the Madras public school for
the ensuing year, arrived hee Monday
morning ftom Marshfield, where lie lias
been teaching the past year. Mr. Tiffa
ny's home is in Eastern Kansas add he is
a graduate of Maker College of (hat state.
lie comes to the Madras school highly
recommended and the directois of the
school arc fortunate in having secured his
seivices. He will :haVe churgc of the
high school grades.
Iu (Iris connection It is understood that
the I ithfp-ftde will be taught in the Mad
ras sdiool this year. The oth and loth
grades were nddcil last year, and although
there were several pupils who finished the
loth grade at the Spring term, it was nt
first decided not to add the lith grade
this year. It haJ 'since been decided to
do so, howevorln'orUer that these pupils
may continue ilieir work in the Madras
CHURCH OF'CHRIST SERVICE
Seivices In'odU PelldWs Irttll.
Sunday school at 'lb 'n. rh.
Preaching Sunday lhorning Aug. 2, at
i, followed by the Holy Communion.
Services m'lhVevening at o
Sunday school ntXnhioDta'evcify Sun-
ay nt to n.'m. '
You nre'iilvited to atteHft'Uiese Sdfvlces
tl. 'F. IV. iWAtAN, Pastor.
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Sriinpre f nlI-vnol wnrst
d and f Miry stti !- for
Kail. The crrni f tire
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its sliajn' until wr o:t
Try tu :nr your Pail suit.
Pilot s fnuii $18 00 up,
MADRAS, OREGON X
Dim luniio newH.
the Pioneer and net
Price Sl.fiO per vear. I
Hon leading to the conviction ot any per- j
son or persons guilty of the offense ol j
cutting the lines, destroying or removing I
the poles, or interfering in any way with
the property of the Pioneer Telegraph &
Telephone Co.. tf
Pioneer TelegrW & Tcleplioiie Co,
A large stock of Seasoned Rough, also
a good assortment of Dressed and Finishing lum
ber of all kinds at the company's mill. Call up
by 'phone or address jflfc- -Olfr
GRIZZLY LAKE LUMBER COMPANY
Plow Repairing, Wagon
Work., A Specialty Of
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& Personal Property
D. W. BARNETT
Office at Besidence, Strath Main St.
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MMER RATES EAST
Darriftg tbe Season 1909
All advocate DISCING ydur
land immediately sifter the
crop is removed, prebaVator
to Pall plowing This Con
serves the moisture already
in the soil, and prepares the
land to retain the,, mof&ture
occasioned by the Fall rains.
You need one of our
for this Glass of work. Prices
reasonable for a standard ar
ticle. BUY ONE AT ONCE.
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: '- Prom- kuw,
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To ST. HOUIS and R,efcatrn. ..s . . 67 50
To CHICAGO and efcattn 72 50
And to other principal cities iu tho East, S'Uddlo
West amnSoutl corresindlugly low fares.
On 'Sale June 2, 3j July 2, 3 Aufeu'st 11, 12
To DENVER and Return, - $gt)
On Sale May 17, July 1, August U
Oolnir transit limit 10 days from xlate of sale, tlnnl retftrn Ifmit'Oct. 31.
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