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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1905)
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jS: .MPF CRQQK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. JULY 6, 1905,
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iSEXCUAXGi: IIOfiillT AND hOI.D.i
TO ON ALL l'AKTB if llif WOULD.
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II mis, Artt.('ililfr.
first National Bank
f PRINEVILLE, OREGON
sorpliu mid t'mlivMeil TtOlllx
The Hollpbio Drunolst.
"rrl ilii lrart mork
of (trnji nmt drngglM
iundrleiln KiMcru Oru.
ton, photo millvi -(inrwlliiWori.tiii'lt
td mill will loeelvo
RAILROAD WILL EXTEND
Columnar Southern Line
WTTl' Build "Fifty 3
A V JP
Officials will Ankc Recommendations
to llai rlman tlirit Will Lead to,
Early oxU'tiulou of tlio
(8IIC0 Of jO
Honthtrn JtUwiy AtfttaMll
Wfolofartrfl-fiiSt1 wlir fofloV thu t-
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'noil fef'atttolHW of-Hlionoi'HiweHU'rii
griml 4lJylyoi;vfJho Hurrlmuii eyj
tern. General Mnngor O'llricuy"
upjv Iwyl"!, lrprt!jl (uiiirf-lioiiBlvu
rwportK cuvbrlng every fettiuru o( ttiu
iHM.m ..VXpl'rfci for lrHiifipiti(roii
linniL'dlaiuly vtiil that H Ih vatltuflUd
(jnii.lt piX)ikJCnT. wider, lUivijjmit,
licltiK cnmtilleU of the ncreiu;e iiotimlly
to orojw grown una yieiu iinrvcHtuii up
to tiyaliue as a balj) for. dU'ru.ul;ij:
ftliioimalo for fu!u( fiwsoikIt will
taUtfonKiUlmo U completo tliliftluti
tlctAl Information after which th.? en
lra rJ'.ortf luul.inlliif? vlowa nutl ro
vorur)i0L'Uiuoiicif henilrt of tho yarloun
irepMninOiilB, will " bo nUbinttteil to
President Ilurrlmau. How much tinie
w.'JI bo oouHumud lit coiihldtmlfou of
the reporLn and recommendations by
Mr. Iarrlmn, TneniberH of llio dtreo
fofKto r 1 1 cl""irl iTof pal flnancTun'n(oro'nU
4 j,i)oiH)V. lUHt pootif Aiier nio juiooio oi
forthcoming of the ileclttlou to build
Agricultural dovclopmoiit In the
Agency IMhIhh Pcctlon and throughout
thu region trlbtitftry to Mtdraa Id hucIi
na tojiibllfy the1 extension to that lo
cality and routo may be chouon Unit
wil wervo tho prtwent Buttlements ad
mirably and at tho Hume time be ko
locked m to 4)pon up much new
"We taw a great deal of good coun-
i try and a great deal of country that
Ulld not look good," aid General
Miuinger O'Brien, and reporta of our
obnervatiou are now being compiled
an Abasia fot a decision ol tho quratlon.
Iteoommt'tidatlonn wilt nlo be tub
milted with the Inlormation thunar
ranged for bubmlttplon, but I am not ui
liberty to atate what thee recom
nifUdutloua will be."
With tho Columbia Southern oner-
i atlug to a Hltit oven 50 ml lew nearer
Bend than at prevent the remaluliiK
Kcotlnn would be where nmd arc at h
oiuraeter that rapid . trai)Hiar(atlou
majbe aupplied by aulotnohlles, as Ik
rfoV Doing done, until father demon
stration has been made of tho pot
HibllllleH of nijrlculturo under the In
Uuendeof (rrrlgntlon. With .proved
-tiucoefts of Iho reclamation projects of
thu Deschutes region for which lamia
havo 'been segregated under Ihto Cary
act, aud introduction of variety and
tllverslly of crop there .will then
h HQ.'Uojiht tlial.tr lllo juetitlcH futhor
exteiiBlon of tho rails. Thiee days of
thu t'Uiie devoted to iuHpeotlou of tho
country was spent In traversing tho
' liJfUlH Hill llfMltt.
"v" oooimuie, ' Head.
!;?ur W U JllllUC.1bfr.Wlr.
" lo'i want to t)iiv . nL. n,1 i
no beiur than towrlto
EO. II ERF
r la I In H.a jfKtMiih nrrktiW(u
of tlHtt seStlon.
It iifeallzed that not otily "will Irrri
gatloii'mean larger yields of nil crops
that'll ia dlHilbd may Vb eucceKHfully
growu, but will Insure crops ovory
vnar. jvlinrMiu hi a lurL'o nart of the
rOreaon K,,t 8r,u of lhe Northwest EjnmMier
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iHijowiug is cue prewiib i uie wmi uiwi
ytold only altemalo yearo. Export'
mnts boljig proseeuted under direction
of 'ati epglner of tlfa. Irrigation service
near llend will go far toward roveallug
this year the adaptability of that re
glou'to diverse grains, here" It is al-
t rMirfy"(mitlfjioWrlJy shmYU that foi-ao
Ig'rowll yield (fullers abtlndantly aud
of quality not surpaeed "by any other
region of the country.
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MV hn) in TliursJay Oregontan,
inentietoing the appoiiMhient Of Martin T,
Pratt aslvotma5tcr .at. t,liis place, was of
much interest to liim and his fi lends. The
(ncrea'w in the postal receipts t thii'pface;,
Indfcatti tHciffow1hs61tlh mCtf,'aid'wUh j
the advent of the railroad, it wlll'becojne-j
-Mumng a mhlhy Doa)(!r Uit ftt: Krait will "tiohbtlesa' prove a
STRUCK A COAL MIME.
Evuijy t,lmo you allele a pjck In grout
Grant eoitnly you run l intd a treas
ur. Coal hnn been htruck near Tip
ton. The .contractors grading along
the Humptof Valfo'y exiensTon struck
a blaukut vein of coal about one mile
this dido of the precdut terminus.
GrndorsJn prenarinif the road bcd.Un.
'drtortiitii falfl vdltu ' Tho "Miner Wn
hIiowii n pelco of the new stlko and II
has ajl the .appearance of n go(ftl coal
considering tho fact that it wah taken
but a few feet from the surfaoe. Its
combustion Is perfect and It .burns
ilowu to a very little u&h. VrolrW OiYy
. Jo.hn Uanjmpndi Archie Maspn,
JohnuhnehjU'diU. puft and y-
erai otner reMUeujs o this locality are
wltu the contractors 'referred to above.
It may lie that Madras ' will yet have
the instruction of haying produced a
Orcgorjiar.: The 0. R. 8c N. Co. has
established a rate of-i8 cents per hundred
pounds on wheat from Condon to Port
land. As thU is no higher than the rate
charged from many of the company's
main line points where a heavy traflic has
irci3y?!ee9 djvelope'dy itqfjjrs Ja)igi1e
cvidenccof a dcsjre onthc part oftjie
cot poraion jo .'isswt the stivers w'ho hae
waited so long for the coming of the rail
.foad. .pnsldej-ingjlie fies"sMojSostf
marketing wheat from , thaf rpgion bclore
the railroad was built, there would have
been little or no complant had a material
increase over the regular tariff been ex
tctcd. Tlje fiuildingtof.a few nitre feed
ers like' the Condon branch, and a corre
upondtng liberal policy after completion,
would soon restore the O. K. & N. Co.
to popular favor in the
' wheels. mui.iK,
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F.urWtdre, undtrtaking 'supplies
bulkib'rtjattrul afLouck's. &- Co's.
territory, which, it
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Grf, Cornett,;owner of-.thejCornett
stage lines throughout Central Oregon,
wis in town last - Saturday In ail
till Ion to his Mar route mall Btagea,
.Mr. Cornett Is running a trl-weekly
tnge between this place and Bhaniko,
and also a 'dully stago .between Mad
ras and Helsler, Ho hopes to have a
new star route established over the
latter louto lit the near future.
M. I. Lonokn has been In Prlnoville
this Week, presenting to the County
Court his petition for license to sell
liquor In ihls precinct. Mr. Loueks
former petition was defeated by a re
moustratiCQ which contained u target
number of sinner, but tills time lie
went over armed with a petition hav
ing over 160 names upon It.
With tho ansuranco of a railroad up
on which the product can be trana
ported to market, tho acreago under
iiiitilvntlon will uioro lliail double
wltliiu tho tvext year, In this locality
And it seems pretty sure, now, that
tiio railroad will bo hero in time to
handle next season's crop.
A. C.-Sanford, who has beou looking
after the business interests of Suuford
A Hill at this placo for two weeks oi
more, returned to Slmnlko on Thur
day IbsL Mr. San ford has been sel
llngtt large itmoutit of farm machinery
lu Hie country tributary to Madras.
J. B. McDowell, Elmer Gilliam aud
Alf Cook, of Haystack, p issed through
Madras on their way to The Dalles
where-' they will make proof ou their
homnsleads. TheV will TUU down
while there and "lilt- tho trail."
MU Anna Schreiber. of Chicaco, is
spending the summer with her friend, Mrs
Dowbrowe. Miss Schreiber is an excel
lent pianist and vocalist.
Max Pnlz of tho Madras Milling
f'omnativ is looking alter business
liituresis at bis old home in Mitchell
this vpeek, " f ,
Mrs. George R. Innes, of'. New West
minster, B. C, is visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hom
P. L. Huffman, who lives four miles
southwest -of townj. has returned from a
trip to Portland anJ otirer vaney points.
Mrs. J. A, Hoffman went' to Mihvau
kee last week1 to spend a month with her
parents and will see the Portland fair.
O.'P. Bartliolaitmw, of Portlaud,
renresentlng tho Roinhart brewery,
was In town ou Saturday.
Tofu'Marshell, a ropresentatlvo of
WP. Fuller & Company of Portland,
was In town lastsSftturlay.
Misi Johanna Hermann 'arrived from
Gennnny last week and is staying at the
home bf Theodore 'Keiger.
Kred McDowell, of tUyafookwaa
lu town ou sS4turduy, atteudlng t6
' Doil IV Hon returiiQdfriruriky;arteri,
BIG CO-OPERATIVE SCHEME
Ort'gon ia to bo the home of i
the gretttest co-operative ogntii-1
zation in the Justory of the
world. It will be capitalized at '
$50,000,000, and backed fi nan
cially by two of the strongest
financial institutions in America.
The co-operative experiment
is to bo backed by, the moral
support of the American In
stitute of Social Service, and it"
will be known as the Co-opera
tive (ylirislian federation.
Under the, co-operative plan,
eacii worker will share in the
profits. The Federation yf
build a model city on the tip
per Willamette, build and oper
ate factories acquire and de
velop and farm a large tract of
land in Central Oregon, and
build railroads and other utili
ties necessary in- the success-,
ful operation of the business
of the federation. And. m all
that 'tij6 federation 'produces
from its factories and lands,
each meniber of the community
will have his share of,the profit.
It is the profit-sharing division
on 'a just and satisfactory basis
that fornis the basis of the co
operative plan. After, the man
ner of the Roycrofters, of whose
destiny Elbert Hubbard is the
guiding star, each member of
the community will be expected
tc "do that which he can do
best, and do it as well as he
can", the result of all their ef-
'forts to tfe the community prof-
! FOURTH OF JULY!
if. i. Young was hi town -on Satur
day fronijiis ranch East of vAeeucy
Plains. He has sent in a petition to
the postal department, auklng for-.tbe
creation of a new post ofllce at.lus
store to be' known as "Yputig's", aud
if it Is established he will probably be
the now postmaster. Tho post-ofllee
at Young's would serve a population
nf about 400 who oro now patrons of
this ofllce, and would be a great con
venience to them. The new otllce
would bo served from the Madras of
flco .until a mute is established be-
iweeii Helsler and this place.
N. M. LANE
and Wagon Maker
HORSESHOEINQ A SPECIALTY
All Work Guaranteed
Buy a new- SUIT and a new
Pair of SHOES
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FINE LINE OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHQ.ES AND OXFORDS
Fifty new pieges of CALICO to go at 5c. :
3313.37- yovur- CS-rccsries of xxs and
t S A V E" - MONEY
Doorf, Windows and Hardware
" LENA M.: LAMB,' Prop.
1 " ' ' ...;Palmehn Building : "
" MADRAS. 1 ' - ' OREGON
' HENRY L KUCK
Harness and Stock Saddles
COWBOY OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
I)eler l Collars. Whin, Robes nd u rcii
erftl ltnu of Hon.0 FumHlitiig Ooods, Tonts
Awning" n'l Wngon Covers. All work guaranteed.
Dry' Goods, Clothing,
HOOTS AND SHOES
UATS AND CAl'S
JHlW Print Township I'jftt correetetl up to
.Into (ihowliiB naiueM nf all cntrymen, vaeant
tpAND SCRIP FOR SALE:
'I'ur necurWtftfe toU klyilfo) yovcrnmcnt
laiul without renlilonee or tmjiroveincnt, at
!owe',t ,'inarkot price. WrltJ us for f uniar
ticular. All kjiitliof Land OOleo hii)ness a uneetalt.r.
THeUty-llvo yearn' eJCjivrK'iie., Heferej
tfreltW Co., banker' ,
Boy's and, glen's Straw and Cloth Hats.
A complete line new pattern Dry Goods.
The finest line of Gent's Furnishing'Goods in Madras
The celebrated .Northrup & Sturgts preserved fruits. :
ONE WEEK ONLY
All Canned Fruits at 20 Cents a Can
WHATW$5 WILL BUY FOR ONE WEEK
13 lbs. sugar
10 lbs, beans
,1 lb. tea
10 lbs. of any dried fruit
2 lbs. coffee
8 lbs. bacon
For good shoes at bedrock prices
go to the warehouse of
MADRAS MILLING & MERCANTILE CO.
Men's Canvas shoes,
" " leathers Foxed,
" dress shoes, salin calf,
BEST VALUE IN THE
All kinds of shoes from 75 cts. up to S4.00.
See our men's Tan shoes THE LATEST FAD.
WE HAVE A 800D SUPPLY OF STOCK mil DAIRY SALT ON HAND
Tea and Coffee
WE ARE LOADED WITH TEA AND .COFFEE
QUALITY - UNSURPASSED
MADRAS M. & M. COMPANY
F0.U SIXTY DAYS ONLY IN
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING,
Of all kinds, We also carry a full and complete line of Groceries
aud Hardware. Agents for Mitchell Vagous, Hacks, Buggies,
Carts, Plows, '.Hawiew, Drills and all kinds of farming Implements
JOHNSON, BOOTH & CO.
Main St., PrineviUe, Ore, 1