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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1911)
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Sheldon of Missoula,
has been in town sev-
jand is purchasing con-
farm land ana my
Louncement has been
the W. F. Hammer
il-l lifiir unll QftflTl
large shipments being
Steele, C. M. Kichards
U. Shutt of Portland, re-
1 the latter part of the
bra a trip over uunirui
land expect to open up a
-estate office in the
D. Percival and her
experienced their first
railroad train last Sat-
A. W. Boyco is in the city to
day from Haystack.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Windom re-
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turnea ounuay evening irom a
Austin Wull hns accepted n position
" nigni DngBngemnn nt tho Orecon!
Perry T. Monroe and wifo of Lower
visit with friends in the Willam- Jr?!?,?0'' "ro in town ,0,,nv hnMn
Mrs. Rebecca Culp. mother of
A. W. Culp, came in on the train
Thursday evening and will spend
some time at the home of her
Miss Delia V. Sweeting arrived
in tnis city Saturday evening
from Arletav near Portland, and
win remain in town a weeK or
two, giving her attention to
business interests. -
Dr. W. H. Snook returned
from Portland Thursday evening,
where he has been to purchase an
automobile. His choice being a
Reo, and J. C. Robinson, the lo
cal agent, received the car Mon
Jesse Hobson who is interested
in large real estate holdings in
Madras, camei in on the train
Friday evening-and will spend
some time in Madras. , He was
accompanied by Mr. VanDine of
Portland who expects ! to locate
here permanently i and go into
business of some kind,
Mr. A. B. Hysom Sr., and :his
son have purchased the U. F.
Hinick farm on the Agency
Plains, three miles north of
Madras, and will take .up their
residence on the place at once.
Mr. Hysom Jr., has left for Ore
gon City, their former home, to
bring out their personal effects
and families. The purchase
price was about $3500.00.
The Tum-A.Lum lumber Com
pany have selected a site for their
Porter of Lents, Oregon,
feveral days looking over
vnrHfl nn fcho Dpnnr. AnMirinn
wngdowntoKaskelaon tr-L ami have fl6Verfli Cflrs of
bates for a visit with ,mw in the railroad varris at
Id Mrs. Kaiph Urown. zB ai. .uu k u
fere accompanied by Mrs. Lnpo nf fllft 1nrtlW ftn fuA wnv
Percival. S. D. Percival1 nnH.nn un hv fh. nfurf1p;,lorfi
lin Sunday morning and )itiahoped that the scarsity of
i wim mem un inu even- i,sij: fM;i ,,, ui:j
in the near fnture.
Mr. C. F. Haywood Route
At?ent of the Great Northern Ex
tras Country" last Week nrpsa f.nmnnnv WWnin tnwn
phased a farm on Agency several days, during the past
ir. forter exDects to it1 r.nfi-r fVA r tripsin 4-a
this Section within & nfhiqonmnnnv nnrt malfino- nr.
ttomake his home here, rangements for the transfer of
a sample of the soil from v
1 ni VrAlSAWUk? . t,W JW V4- W V Will mil
flainS tO exhibit tO his UnvwnJUa(nnA intn tViP in.
irs ana will be an active f m-im. f nff. hi
in telling of the attract- hia
Madras and Redmond, expecting to re
turn the latter part of the week.
lores of the
L'ickay of l'ruioviu. . .tm-
down luHt wuok on his motor ryele nd
spent 8everul diiyH in town.
Thomns M. WoodrufF and John Reich-mud-
final homestead proofs on their
places south of Madras Tuesday.
Ingram Hnrralson of Ilaycrcek, made
commutation proof on hia homestead
Saturday before C mmissioncr Turner.
Supt. C. C. Covey and Rev. A. H.
Dickey of Warm Springs, were in town
yesterday attending to business mat
ters. A. M. Drake and J. M. Lawrence of
Bend, were over night visitors in Mad
ras, being on their way to Portland and
other outside points.
Mrs. A. C. Sunford and children,
who have b en spending several weeks
with Mr. Sunford, left for their home
in Portlund Muesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rog. rs of Culver,
left Madras Monday morninir for Mr.
RogerB home at Toppenish where they
win spi-nu some time with Mr. Rogers'
Dr. J. Murphy and wife of St. Paul
Minn, came in Tuesday evening, and
and are looking over this section with a
view to locating in Madras an establish
ing a hospital.
Mrs. H. E. Jacobs was ewarded the
set of dishes at the Central Orerron
Mercantile store this week. The cloek
stopped at 9-34-58, and the winninS
ticket was 9-35-0.
Mrs. H. E. Jacobs was awarded the
set of dishes at the Central Oregon
mercantile store this week. The clock
stopped at 9 34-58, and the winning
ticket was 9-35-0.
Orla Hale and a party of men returned
from a trip to Lake County, Sunday,
having spent about one and a half
months on the trip lookintr over the
country, with a view of locating on
desert claims. In the nartv were
Lewis H. Irving of Madras, W. Atkins
and J. H. Barber.
Bob. Zevery, the Prineville
barber, accompaniec by his wife,
were visitors in the city Tues
Mrs. Rutledge of Moro and
Mas. Rhinerson of Grass Valley
have spent the past two weeks
visiting sheir sister, Mrs. Snook,
Jesse Hobson this week pur
chased 30 acres of the Delia
Sweeting homestead adjoining
the original townsite on the
south. While the purchase price
is not made public it is known to
be a handsome sum. Mr. Hob
son evidently had a "quiet tip"
in regard to Madras' future de-
velopmeut, as during the past
year he has secured several choice
tracts adjoining the city.
1 yf f nnncjncjnnr I
wnsite Company r
We are assured of enough Mattufaciing:
Plants to make Vanora the largest city in the il
We are assured of enough Mattufacjtung:
Plants to make Vanora the largest city in thej
BUY NOW, WHILE PRICES ARE LOW
CALL OR WRITE FOR MAPS AND CIRCULARS
Van Tassel Land Co.
VANORA TOWNSITE GO.
216 - 217 LEWIS BL'DG
Saturday evening Mrs. W. H.
Snook entertained a company of
ladies in honor of her sisters,
Mrs. Walter C. Rutledge and
Mrs. L. V. Rhynerson, both of
Sherman County, who have been I
spending several days during the
past week in the city, Light re
freshments were served.
2 carloads of farm imnkmpnts hav insf arrived at the C. O. M. Comoanv's store and
w is the right time to buy: Our assortment this season is much larger than we have
a. .1 1 . . m m 1
snown in the pasT: and our prices are positively the lowesl.
I. O. O. F. Lodge
Meets every Wednesday
night. Strangers are we I
W. R. Cook, N. G.
M. G. Plllette, Secretary.
T. S. Hamilton, Pres. E. H. FuEittn, Vice-Prea. J. O. Fowlie, Cahr. t
We handle all the reliable kinds such as
Wor Drills, Canton, Disc Harrow,
& 0. Walking- and Riding Plows,
l and wooden Harrows etc. etc.
NTRAL OREGON MERCANTILE COMPANY
Build your new homes in
Madras, and we can su
pply you with all kinds of
Doors, windows, Lime,
Cement and all kinds of
Building Paper, Paints
Remember the right
Capital Stock, $50,000
FOREIGN EXCHANCE BOUCHT AND SOLO
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
Special Sale j
To make room for our new line of blankets. We are
closing out all blankets at
All $4.00 Blankets, Sale Price $3 50
" 3.50 2.75
" 3.00 2.50
These are only a few of the many bargains in blankets.
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LARKIN HARNESS SHOP
MADRAS MEAT MARKET :
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U. 1-. UAMPBELL.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
We have the best line of Fresh Meats in the country
ALL KINDS OF GARDEN VEGETABLES IN THEIR SEASON !