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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1911)
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MEN PLEDGE $2000
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1330 in Sevan Minuto
just seven minutes on the
carrying the roruanu ueiu
n of business men from a
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league at BurnB and the
Mirinir fit Bend. $380 was
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give towards establishing
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subscribed $5000 and Crook
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beat plaster. A pU-cu of tlunnel
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Personal and Local
The Redmond public school will
open next Monday in the new
building just completed.
There will be regular services
in the Christian church next Sun
day, October 15, 'at 11:00 a. m.
and 8:00 p. m. You are cordially
inyited to attend.
Attorney Bergland was in
Prineville the first of the week
on legal business. He says that
the county seat town is unusually
active right now preparing for
the county fair.
J. II. Windom left Monday for
Portland to receive medical at
tention. George Luckey accom
panied him. Mr. Windom's con
dition was such that he required
the attention of a nurse. Prine
Rev. John J. Pacey, pastor of
the M. E. Church announces aa
his subject for the 11:00 a. m.
service, "Christ and the People."
Evening service at 8:00 p. m.,
subject, "A Great Savior." All
Glenn Loucks writing from the
hunters camp on the headwaters
of the McKenzie river, to his
wife in Madras, says that game
where he is is plentiful but the
party had been having poor luck.
He is expected home today.
Rev. C. A. Sias, pastor of the
Christian church, is advertising
a public sale this week to take
place the 18th of this month at
his ranch on the Little Plain.
Mr. Sias states that it is his in
tention after the sale to move to
Madras for the winter.
A double wedding occurred in
the parlor of Hoted Prineville
Wednesday, October 4, when Geo.
H. Hutchinsand LeonaM. Kuhne
and Alfred W. Howell and Ida
Lindback were united in mar
riage by Judge Kennedy. All
the parties were from Bend.
The Epworth League social
and reception for Rev. John J.
Pacey and wife held last Friday
evening at the M. E. church was
well attended and every one
present had an enjoyable time.
After the games were played,
and before serving refreshments,
the new pastor and his wife were
presented with a chair as a token
of appreciation for their coming
A. E. Peterson returned last
Thursday night from Portland
where he went to select a line of
jewelry and other articles for the
holidays. Mr. Peterson now has
one of the most complete and
best selected stock of jewelry in
Central Oregon. Among the ad
ded holiday goods are beautiful
and costly toilet sets, novelty hat
pins, brooches, scarf pins,
watches, clocks, diamonds, etc.
Fred Zell returned last Thurs
day evening from a business and
pleasure trip to Portland, Salem
and other Willamette valley
towns. While in Portland he
purchased two Studebaker un
dercut trucks which he will use
in his dray business. The trucks
are the latest models in use by
the large transfer companies in
the cities and cost $820. Fred
also states that the dynamo and
fixtures for his electric light plant
will bo shipped from Chicago
sometime next week.
Carpenters are at work this
week finishing the Christian
church building. The church
wasleft unfinished several months
ago because of a lack of funds to
continue the work. Recently the
ladies of the church succeeded in
raising sufficient money to re
sumo work with the result that
the now floor has been laid and
the tower completed. It is un
derstood that it will be papered
and finished inside in an attrac
tive manner in a few weeks.
IHIIouHnom Is duu to it (llHordorotl condi
tion of tlio Htoinnch. Clininborlaln'rt Tub
lutri nin imHit'lit itllv ll HlOmiUill IllodlcllUS
Intended capi'dnlly to net on Hint oruir,
to cUmnao It, HtnniKtlien It, tone nun in.
vlnorutolt, to roiniluto the liver nnd I"
bniiWh biliousness positively nnd elot-
Oregon Mercantile Co.
Wool Mackinaw Coats
We are overstocked with Mackinaw Coats on account of
the extreme mild winter last year, and consequently have to
close out our entire line to make room for staple goods. Note
the following reductions:
$3.50 grade now 2.50
5.00 grade now 3.00
6.00 grade now 4.50
Sheep Lined Coats
AH the latest improvements will be found in our Summit
Brand of Coats, such as knit fit, snug neck, knit wrists and
leather faced pockets. Unexcelled for wear and warmth.
Prices $5.50 to $1 1.
Ladies' Cloth Coats
We have the snappiest line of uptodate Ladies,' Misses'
and Child's Coats, for fall wear, ever shown in Crook county.
Bought direct from eastern factory. Many of them look !ike
hand tailored garments. Do not fail to see them.
Corduroy Leather Reversible Coats
This line of Coats is strictly first class in every detail and
are rain repellant. Just the thing for cold weather rain or shine.
$8.50 grade now $7.50 $5.00 grade now $3.50
The largest assortment ever shown in Madras. Popular
shades, latest weaves, assorted sizes to suit everybody. Qual
ity considered, prices are exceptionally low. Note the following:
Child's sizes - $ .85 and up
Misses' sizes - 1 .00 and up
Ladies' sizes - 2.00 and up
Men's sizes - 1 .50 and up
Knit Wool Underwear
Our Wool LJnderwear this season is hard to beat, Union
Suits especially. Ask to see the Cooper brand; it will cer
tainly please you.
Do not forget that we carry a full line of Knit Goods such as Auto Scarfs, Avia
tion Caps, Fascinators, Shawls, Hoods, Toques, Bootees and Child's Leggins.
THE DALLES, ORE.
European Plan New and Modern
105 Roomfl, Single and En Suite, with Bath
' Hot and Cold Running Water
Elevator and Sample Rooms
Telephone in Every Room
Bar and Restaurant
PETER KUEHNLING, Manager
1 will sell nt public auction at my resi
dence on the Little Plain, iy. miles west
of Mudras and 3 miles west of Metolius,
on Wednesday, October 18, beginning at
10 a. m., the following stock, machin
ery, goods, etc :
1 span Grey Geldings, G yrs old, good
all-round team; 1 good Work Mare, 13
yrs. old; 2 splendid Jersey Cows, now
in milk; 2 Jersey Heifers, 9 and 2
months old; 1 Poland China Sow and
Pigs; several dozens blooded Hens and
Pullets (White Leghorns, S. S. Ham
burgs, Columbian Wyandottes) ; 1 can
opy Hack, nearly new; I heavy Wagon;
1 low steel-wheel Wagon; 1 three-section
frame Harrow; I steel walking Plow; 1
steel riding Plow; five-octave Organ,
Sewing Maching, etc , etc..
Free lunch nt noon. All sums under
$10.00 cash; over $10.00 one year's time
will be give with approved security at
10 per cent, interest. Five per cent,
discount for cash on sums over $10.00.
M. C. Mason, Auct. C A. SIAS.
IMPORTANT CHANGES IN THE
OREGON TRUNK RAILWAY
Are Yoju Planning to Build
The Oregon Trunk Railway
for Portland now leaves Opal
City 8:00 a.m., instead of 9:00
a.m.; Culver 8:15 a.m., instead
of 9:15 a.m.; Metolius 8:25 a.m.,
instead of 9:28 a.m.; Madras 8:33
a.m., instead of 9:41 a.m.; and
arrives Portland 6:00 p.m.; in
stead of 7:45 p. m.
Leaving Portland at 9:55 a.m.,
as formerly, Uie train arrives
Madras 6:18 p.m.; Metolius 6:28
p.m.; Culver 6:39p.m., and Opal
City 6:55 p.m.; twenty minutes
earlier than heretofore.
These changes make material
ly better schedules to and from
Stage connections to and from
Blue PrlntTownship Plats
Corrected uptodnto, showing names
of ontrymon, vucnnt land, rivorH and
creoks, 50 centa each.
Land Scripts For Sale
For securing title to all kinds of Gov
ernment land without residence or im
provoment, nt lowest markot prices.
Write us for particulnrB, All kinds of
Lund ofllco business a specialty, lwon-ty-flvo
yours exporionco. Roforonee,
French & Co., Bunkers.
Hudson Land Company
The Dalles, Oregon
.Bungalows, Mills, Stores, Warehouses,
Schools, Brickyards, Creameries, Con
densors, or any Engineerinpr Project?
OLA Y it MINE 11 A L SAMPLES TESTED
IT WILL PAY YOU TO CONSULT US
GEIJSBEEK ENGINEERING CO.
604 Blake McFall Bldg. gWSS
Balfour Guthrie Co.
Bought at all points
We have on hand at all times
Calcutta grain bags and Crown
brand twine. Give us n call for
anything in our line.
Office in Madras, Oregon
J. H. HANER, Pre. C. WONDERLEY. Vice Pres. L. M. BECHTELL, Sec.
The J. H. Haner Abftradt 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.
A. E. CROSBY
DRUGS AND KODAKS
THE DALLES. OREGON
Elite Tonsorial Parlors
NO LONG WAITS
B A T H S
Exclusive Agent For
Rochester, N. Y.
X full line of Pho
to supplies always
on hand. Printing
done. Mail orders
will receive our
Write for 'o it new
Try a bottle of Mur
ine's Edlnol Devel
oper. Will develop
any plate or paper.
A. E. CROSBY
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Ulympic Mour, per barrel
Snow Drift Flour, per barrel -Bluestem
Flour, per barrel
Granulated Flour, per barrel
EVERY SACK GUARANTEED
Madras Union Warehouse Co.
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS mmK nnnnu
unlly. For snlo by M. 12. tinook.