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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1911)
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. ok-in dim inat
cat school nousc- -
completed at urizz.y.
,Mary Pitzcr of Grizzly was
erday calling on inc-mm.
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lU'O wee d w-i-
sYulaSanfordlcft Sunday ufter-
for Prineville, where chc win
the wook tuuinjf
nnrdered by the city uuthori-
. f, ntlior InrritorV mill
turned In Port-
lay after a three day's visit
her brother, S. E. (J ray. 'I Ins iu
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Mathers of Youngs completed me
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C. Sothman, and took the ma
in their home today.
and Mrn. Edward HofTerd of
nd were visiting in Madras last
, guests of Attorney Bcrglnnd nnd
Monday they left by auto for
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that remains to be done. The
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ly appreciated by both the com
i employees and passengers.
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C. M. Hlclinrds of Ucnd wns n busi
ness visitor In town Tucsdny.
ChnH. Crowfoot of Agency Plains was
in town this week on business.
Born to the wife of Albert Ii. White
Suturdny, Hoptcinber 2nd, n boy.
C. M. Disney nnd son, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Milliron and GIIIIh Disney wcro visiting
with friends nt Vnnoru Sunday.
Mrs. Nancy II. Lemon, of Opal City
wiib in town Monday nnd made applica
tion to provo up on her homcstend.
J. P. Halm, n prominent merchant of
Culver was in town the first of the
week looking nf tor his business inter
ests. Geo. Gould n well known resident of
the YoungB district was in town this
week renewing acquaintance with old
friends nnd transacting business.
Seth P. Luclling mndc final five year
proof on his homestead before Com
mishionor Turner Wednesday; his wit
ncsscs wdrc Alfred H. Parkcy nnd
Rev. J. D. Goodpasture of Hood
Itivcr came in Monday evening and is
looking after his interests in this vicin
ity, he still owns u large tract of land
just west of town.
j. r. ionics 01 jacomn, wasn., as
sistant route agent for the Northern
express company was in the city last
week looking after the business inter
ests of his company.
Wesley D. Hill a former resident of
the Agency Plains, came in Snturday
from his home at North Yamhill, Ore,
nnd is visiting nt the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. William Coulter.
0. A. Penrce, cashier of the Mudras
State Hank, is expected to return from
Page, South Dakota, with his family
about the lfith of this month. It is un
dcrstood that immediately upon his re
turn definite steps will be taken to
let the contract for their new brick
Frank Prutt was brought before
Judge Jackson Tuesday charged with
carrying concealed weapons. lie plead
ed guilty to the charge but stated that
someone had slipped the weapon in his
pocket without his knowledge. The
judge fined him f 10 and coats, the mini
mum penalty under the statutes.
Hnlfour, Guthrie Co., report the pur
chase this week of two cars of wheat
from Hugh Davis, John Evick, Chas.
Dillon and II. Links, well known farm
ers living nt the north end of Agency
Plains. The price paid for the wheat
was CG and G7 cents per bushel. It is
to be loaded on the cars at Mecca.
Jupiter Pluvius rolled out his sprinkl
ing cart early last Mondny morning nnd
kept the old thing going nil day and
most of the night. It was the first
good rain this country hns had for scv-
erul months und while it came too late
to benefit the grain crop, it had its
good effect in putting an end to the
ravnging forest fires in the mountuins
and laying the dust to an extent that
traveling over the roads from now on
will be n delight.
For bowel complaint Iu children always
glvo Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and cuxlor oil. It is
certain to effect a cure and when reduced
with water and sweetened is, ideasant to
take. No physician can prescribe a tet
ter remedy. Kur sale-1 y M. K. Snook.
UAThWAY NEWS NOTES 2
A much needed rain fell in this vic
Mr. und Mrs. Harry Andrews left for
Portland Thursday morning.
Mr. McFnrland and daughter Ruth
were Madras visitors one day lust week.
Mrs. Arthur Turney who has been in
Madras a few weeks returned to Gate
way last week.
Howard Dutchcr took Homer L.
Smith and George Schulmerichof Hills
boro, over to their homesteads near
Grandma Wills of - Heisler was in
town Thursday. Grnndma is quite
plucky ns alio is holding down a homc
stend nt the ngc of 7G years.
Chnrlcs Swanson from Ashwood came
over to meet David Johnson and fam
ily, recent nrrivals from North Dakota
who uro moving onto a homestead near
The Misses Smith nnd Matthews
hnve made final commutation proof on
their homesteads near Lyle Gap nnd
left Monday for their old homo in Iowa.
They will nlso Btop in Pendleton to take
in the Round-up nnd visit with friends.
The 05,000 gullon water tank at the
0. W. It. & N. depot is nennng com
pletion, the pump nnd engine have
been put in place, water pipes are all
in nt the depot and stock yards and it
is expected to have wuter in the tank
Jnmcs Hurt nnd family from Trout
Creek nnd Mr Shnnklin nnd family of
Portland have returned from a camping
trip near Bend. They report n pleus
nnt trip with lots of fish nnd venison,
but wero unable to find any huckle
berries in the mountains,'
The latter part of this week and for
a short time only I will bo in Madrns to
do "Dental Work-." Dr. Hurold Clark
Ta&e a Lesson
in Thrifty CooKing
and you will learn that the less expensive
cuts of meat contain the most Nourishment.
also that the most Savory Dishes are easily
prepared from these inexpensive cuts with a
m Food Chopper
You need the "Universal" every day for Chopping all
sorts of Meats and Vegetables raw or cooked
fine or coarse as vanted, for Hash,
Croquettes, Hamburger Steak,
Chow Chow, Mince
Meat, etc., etc
A Cook Book of valuable recipes i included with each machine.
Come in and see our
of the "Universal" all this week.
We are Headquarters for Household Things.
Central Oregon Mercantile Co.
Pendleton, Sept. I Ith 1 Btti
One and One-Third Fare
ROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
Excursion fares on special dates.
Ask your nearest agent.
LET 'ER BUCK!
Bronco busting, steer roping,
riding and racing wild horses,
Indian war dances, cowboy and
cowgirl races, relay horse and
pony races, Northwest Frontier
parade, horseback tug of war,
horseback pistol shooting, etc.
General Passenger Agent.
Big Shoe Sale
At the Central Oregon Mercantile
company's store. All the odds and
ends in children's, misses', ladies' and
men's work and dress shoes to be
closed out nt less than cost. Now is
the time to buy. a3-tf
Balfour Guthrie Co.
Bought at all points
We have on hand at all times
Calcutta grain bags and Crown
brand twine. Give us a call for
anything in our line.
Office in Madras, Oregon
J. H. HANER, Pres. C. WONDERLEY. Vice Pres. L. M. BECHTELL, Sec. $
The J. H. Haner Abftrad: Co.
Prineville - Oregon
Capital slock $5000.00 Surplus $3000.00 fully paid up.
Abstracts of title to all real property in Crook county.
Carefully prepared photograph copies of all records and
city plats at low cost.
Elite Tonserial Parlors
NO LONG WAITS
B ATH S
THE DALLES, ORE.
European Plan New and Modern
105 Rooms, Single nnd En Suite, with Bath
Hot and Cold Running Water
Elevator and Sample Rooms
Telephone in Every Room
Bar and Restaurant
PETER KUEHNLING, Manager
El v. JiP '
A. E. CROSBY
DRUGS AND KODAKS
THE DALLES, OREGON
Exclusive Agent For
Rochester, N. Y.
A full line of Pho
to supplies always
on hand. Printing
Write for our new
Try a bottle of Mur-
une stainoi Devel
oper. Will develop
any plate or paper.
A- E. CROSBY
Having completed our lumber sheds we are now
in shape to carry all the different grades of kiln dried
flooring, ceiling, rustic and shiplap. We aim to carry
a complete stock in every detail found in a retail
lumber yard. Dimensions in all size timbers, sash,
doors, mouldings, shingles, lime, cement, posts,
wood and coal.
When it comes to roofing we have one that has
stood the test for years, Malthoid, which needs no
introduction. We arc here to accommodate the peo
ple and would be pleased with a share of your pat
ronage. Phone at your service.
WM. W. ESSELSTYN, Local Manager
I. O. O. F. Lodge
Meets every Wednesday
night. Strangers are wel
come. Tillman Router, N. G.
Lavia H. IrIn3, Sacrtary
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