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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1910)
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on, M, Conklin, who is
need of Loth gentlemen.
Clllf nnri UF nT I nmnnln
having returned fiom a vi.it
rank, ho has been working
inmiug .o ior several
left Tuesday for i'orthnd
s accepted a position with
L , wholesale grocers, as
received last week by Mrs.
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ham, residing in Portland,
cied to live but a short timr,
ueng quick consumption.
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wo "as charge o(
,he Trail Crossing grade,
l,e'al part of ,le week
PPlies for ih. rrPtt,
lr I,;,dy states that the
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rapmiy ll(4 ,)al
wniplcini in a short
'"to November i a. nt
, " ' 'nevuie, oceuied
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J, S. McMoen 1$ down from his ranch
at Lnmonta today, attending to business
Al the private hokplial of Mrs. P. I),
Poindexter. a girl baby was born to the
wife of J, A. Cauthorn.
The moving picture show and the skat
ing rink have opened again after being
closed two weeks on account of thediph
thriia. The fust drawing of dishes at the Cen
tral Oregon Mercantile, for (he past two
weeks took place yesterday afternoon,
and the lucky person being Mrs. George
White, The clock stopped at 9-45- 5
The winning ticket being 9 45-16.
All the persons under treatment for
-diphtheria in town at the preient time are
improving, and no serious results are an
ttcipated from the disease. Monday
morning three more cases were reported
in the family of Hiram Wnterhouse, who
were immedintely given anti-toxine, and
the doctor reports that the disease has
Lyman Griswold, district engineer of
the Oregon Trunk Line, was here last
week Friday nnd Saturday looking over
the work in this section. He was ac
companied by his wife.- Redmond
Monday evening a meeting of the
School Hoard of this district was held at
Sanford's store for the purpose of de
ciding what was to be done in regard to
the closing of the school on account o the
diphtheria which has been affecting sev
eral families. Many outside persons in
terested in the welfare ot the school were
also piesent and expressed their views on
the subject. It was finally Jecided by
the Hoard to continue school for the pres
ent, but require nil pupils to be examined
of n morning before entering school to
ascertain if there were any signs of tho
disease in their throats. As there are no
funds available in the district for such
purpose, n subscription paper has been
prepared and is being circulated to defray
the expense of such daily examination.
Mrs. C. C. Healy, left last week to
visit at ihe home of her mother in an
E. Hergland, an attorney who has been
located at tend for some time past, nr
rived in Madras this week and expects
to locate here permanently.'
The Madias Well Uniting Co, have
mtJVed their machine out to the Mrs J
E, Dean place during the past week,
and will put down a well to a considerable
depth on this place.
At the M. E. Church Sunday morning
the pastor will preach on the subject
"Humility." In the evening on "Home."
Preaching service at the Mountain
View School House Sunday aflernoon at
2:30 p, m,
Thankfgiving at the M. E, Church
will be one ol good cheor to every one
who attends. At 11 a, m. the pastor
will prendh a Thanksgiving sermon;
Ladles Aid Thanksgiving dinner at 12 30
p. m. The afternoon program will con
sist of music and recitations, at the close
of which a thank-offering will be taken (0
pay for the new chuich organ. Make
your plasto come and enjoy the day at
the Methodist Church.
November 17th, 1910.
Sealed proposals will be re
ceived by the City Recorder of
Madras, Oregon, until 5 p. m.
December 1st, 1910, for the haul
ing of and placing 400 yards of
gravel on Fifth street, the same
to be spread over a surface
twelve feet wide and at a depth
of six inches.
The bids to call for both the
furnishing of the gravel by the
contractor and also the gravel to
be furnished by the City.
The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids.
J. H. Jackson, Recorder.
NOTICE-Our nloro will close at 12
o'clock noon on Thanksgiving day.
Cen'ral Oregon Mi-rcnnlo C .
If there is 6110 subject of more vital
interest than any other it 11 that of
TITLES-titles to the homo that fihel
tera you or the farm or business that
Do you reullyown the land you think
That In the vital question.
Our abstracts of title answer the
question for every acre of ground In
And back of our answer is the entire
capital of the company and tho equip
ment of our up-to date plant.
Watch this space each week and we
will Bhow you the great need of proper
eecuri'y in ownership of real estate.
CUOOK COUNTY ABSTRACT COM
PANY (Ind) Priueville, Ore.
(We photograph the records)
Ih a strictly First-Class Hotel
and solicits your pitrnnage
when visiting Central Oregon
HOME COOKING and
NEAT, CLEAN SERVICE
Meals served at all rnurs.
Special attention is given to
automobile, state & through
passengers as well as local,
Culver Junction is 55 miles
out from Shaniko at the Hill
and Harriman railroad junc
tion and on the mot direct
and beet automobile road be
tween Madras and Bend.
Stop and dine with us and
wiitcli this new raiiroad town
.Mrs. M. H. Fosdick, Prop.
Onlver Junction, Oregon
0VERC0ATS-S3.50 up to $25.00
SUITS - -. $6.50 up to $25.00
J. P. Robertson
r-!asHna imn m -
Is Being Spent by
on the sreatcst featuro ever attempted
by 11 fifteen. cent MnRazlno. A series
of 10 pbko articles, describing and pic
turing Ihe wonderful attractions 01 tne
Paoiflo CoHht couutry. riiinTcu in
The Scries Begins la
November: Oregon4Vhere Rolls
the Oregon." December: San
Francisco-"Tho City That Is"
Manv other Blrnnif features Including a
fascinating ruirln' novel of Callrorniu,
"THE HPKLL," by O. N. nnd A. M.
WilllHinson, An lmr of 'The Llht
ning Conductrx." Etc., will contrlbutH
to miik r UNSET MAUAZINE the
best vuluu of the year.
Try It Three Months
Automobile Stage Line j
! ALL NEW STUDEBAKER AUTOS
! Shaniko, via Madras To Bend
I DAILY TRIPS EACH WAY
! The Best Accommodations For All Passengers
313 Dattcry, Street, San Fran
rit'vo cencj me "SUNSET" for turco
inontlu In aiTiinUm-e with your jeelal
Kiii'lowl flmt twenty-five cent
Htniiiprt or Coin
LUMBER FOR SALE
Wo uro inunufncturora of high grade
lumber, both piuo und fir. Wo havo on
hund llrat-cliiBS floorinp;, shiplap and
rustic, Wood and bIhub in any quan
tity, Our pnccB nro right.
WAM.KNllUlta & FAIIHEH,
Mill on Coon Creek, t,hree mlleH east
of Grizzly. a8-tf
pno PATFiS APPLY AT STAGE OFFICE 2
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QUIT THAT KNOCKING
Hey, Bill, you quit your knockln' now
About this cleanln' house!
You are a brainless Idiot,
rerhups you've got a houso.
Why. If that cleanln' wasn't done
The dirt would Eft so high
You'd havo to climb a ladder, sir.
To see a patch of sky.
BcdbUKS would swarm all over you
And eat you while nsleep.
Microbes most multitudinous
Would pile up six feet deep.
The moths would eat you bnldhended
And nkln the pup and cat
And eat that lUty dollar bird
Upon Marlar'n hat.
Big- rats would chew your rrrent toe off,
Mice joy ride down your back,
And smells of all that's horrible
Would your proboscis ruck.
Cobwebs would hnnff In frreat festoons,
Big spiders sting you sore
And skceters slnu your requiem,
Then dinln you of your gore.
The Hies would kidnap all of you,
Typhoid nnd smallpox come.
The whole shebnng would be bughouse
And everything go bum.
Let those who wish to live llko hogs.
I'll holp Marlar scrub
Yep; she may lot her tongue run loose
And boss me with a club.
C. M. BAnNITZ.
8. R. (sub rosa).-Dlctated by Marlar.
NO. 3851 .
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE, OREGON
B. F. Allien, Tresldeut.
T. M. Baldwin, Cashier.
Will Wukzwkilkii Vice Pres.
H. Balditin, Aat. Cashier.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
Terms, $2; Cash
At my ranch near Ma lras
M. BRAUN, - Owner
I IVIeCai?gat, Bates & lihely
Wo handle Central Oregon property, and are mak
ing a specialty or CROOK COUNTY LANDS. you
have something to sell, write us,
318 Tailing Building
MAX LUEDDEMANN, Mnr
REAL ESTATE DEPT.
Don't Get Gold Feet!
BUT BUY A GLAKS CARRIAGE HEATER
And Be Comfortable When You Ride
WATCH THIS SPACE
MOST COMPLETE LINE OF HARNESS AND HORSE FURHISHINGSHH
j LARKIN'S - HARNESS - SHOP
MADRAS MEAT MARKET
J. L. Campbell.
Wholesale and Retail, Dealers
PEESH OSTID OXTZEBZE33D MEATS
We have the best line of Fresh Meats in the country
ALL KINDS OF GARDEN VEGETABLES IN THEIR SEASON
HOOD & STANTON
Your Orders Prompt Attention
Transient Stock Given Best Of Feed And Dare
T. S. Hamilton, Tree. E. H. French, Vice-rrea. J.C. Fowlie, Cahr.
FOREIGN EXCHANCE B0UCHT AND SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
Capital Stock, $50,000
8HAK.KC OREGON t
WOOD uA.3ST3D WOEZ:
The best equipped shop in Central Oregon
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN EMPLOYED
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY 5
GRAY & SON
! A. G. SANFORD I
t HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS
The Right Goods at the Right Pi ices.
Terms: Cash, or Its Equivalent T