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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1905)
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? ,a;dpAs, crook county. Oregon. Thursday, july 13, 1905.
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Mil AID SURCEON
Office in Dro'
MICIAN & SURCEON
TABY PUBLIC AND
wixtehd to Madras
commenced is not Bottled, but
us soon us tho maps have been
approved und preliminary do
yiiile it 1 1 up !oen iindorHlood , tails wettled the extension is to
fronrj.ihe Jjrt tjiut tjie report to be pusliod.
bu nipclu&tip bVtbu llnrr.man -oilUuiilwitji
reference to the. TRUST WILL S
e'xtei'.Htm 'of the Coliuiibia
tjoutl.wru road frojn Shaniko
would bo favorable to the pro
ject theroy 110 longer remains
doubt tifatat leaat 50 miloji of
the lino will bo constructed.
Assurances have- been received
from tin; Kast the IS. II. Hani
mail views the project favorably
and tliAt lio is toady to lend his
jjld to brliig about tho competi
tion of'a project for which Ijp'iid
and ' lintivjlluT ihtoreat have
long nought.! ' : ' " t
So far aa can bo leanied;the
report Jiuh not frono Bast in its
entirety, bnfcfiuIHcient dntnjhaa
unuoulnedly been sen ton which
the railroad magnate CQiild base
hiiTeiioi. "Nond ,of Jtliot rail
roaders directly concerned in
'flic iT'OTio Veiling to giv
out any definite information
andua all quuvum propounded
ffcplythat soffarastljuy liavu
been advisl tbe question is yet
undecided.. but reliable advices
! Crbriilbeyobd jlre. 'IljjokieH tend
to erase all doubts on the ques
tion. -Just when iwork will be.
IIIAMKO OKKUoN .
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Lx eXi'iiasoe iinfrtiir ash 01,1!.
aroos au. IuhYh j i wiu.i.
Mux Liuul.duiiii Ja JoCitLftgoiit for
Nnnviuji Unlott.Flru I nijiiriut.ee Sodcly
o!tt.)(nu'orii)pijle?if tytU dcblru til
Hurmicu on' votlr linini-rtv. he u 1)1 Ite
h;l(l'to pluco It for you in litis tolu
to J.tt Frnidi, II , A. Moor, 1". T.
W IiH, A. E, IInii!Wiil, J. M. C'oe.
Urfi1t!i,CT VI- l'r. -
li iu,ji At. riiiif.
First National Bank
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COMPTON & M'MEEKIH
Tho now, mwDilll l In opornUoiv
V(.II hii.lle(l with (ill lilntlrt of rough
LUM B JSR
Drewil Itimlier on hntid hb noon f
IN M' LANE
General Blacksmith .
HORSGSIIOEINQ A SPECIALTY
i All Work Guaranteed
DSON I AMn nh
amilton Hotel .
Jlntclrti uieala uml l.j8,
7 HENRY UrKUCK
Harness and.Stock Saddles
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rul iln(j of oru FuniHiIni; (lcwln. Tol
Awftllfljtf niiil'-Viififln 6uvdn. All vork B'r-
Kfiht Second HI,"
THIi IMI.LKH, Ort
WILLIAMS & CO,
Rropclsi j Gloth ihg,
fiiooTs AKn B)iolia
i I ATS' AND OAft
"ijoftlor fti luAnom4ilo
TrUVuif6iot Vliffe Rlvir Tro
Blouk Hatlillo. Tit u bet In Mio'inKrke't. '
Clllcaxo, J jly 6, HullitT llnut lake
uiIvhiiIhku ut tlio tnii(;l(jul liilltiftico ol
Hlituyvil utloriioyH ami seek to evudo
tlu-olulc.lum of tlio law llintjiH I'H'li
nlciil loopluiktsf Hint mlgltt bo opouiitl
for Ilium, tlio jiitilctoit puoUfre Imvu
(Iccltlod to let tliulr cumo ko to trial
ulrlctly on Ha merits.
TMh liiforrrm'.lou Is oxpectcd in open
wlilo lliu eyua of I liouo n ltoe lircjinlico
hurt leil thnri to boIloVa lhal ttio puck
(jfM wotiltl follow In Ll.o f.'OlslopH of cor
tuln otlu-r vorporutlotiH whono (soul
loth" dcblro litis (icon to rbcnpo crltn
Ittiui conviction by u'rtnln coUtiHel
with itcuio kin.wlnlo of Iho elitHtlcltj
of tho law,
Urxplto tho uti Kge lion of the let'
iith'lo(f atloriiryH that lite raeleKt wuj
out of ihflr dlloinnm U to fjunBh thr
linllrttiKMitMor othrrwNrscrk Irrhnlcul
ctjcupp, Iiocls Swifl, J. Oicdrn Armour
anil N elf on, Mbrjla iiiouncSiPwitli
drcldrd f iuliubHiiftt tltl' ptiUlient
iolvrM in Iho pluiitf of the indlvdiiul
who In iicouncd on ex -parte Irnilmony
before -u uraud, Jfiry.'l'hUH Jndt
lliAtlJty orcj.il biotiUthe flftnlta of
corifriitiouB. ' jf f"
Tlirxo titrn frel (hat, Insomuch ih
tliry uro prrmunujitly c-Kiingfil In IiubI-
iich-', nny Icchiitral rxhonuration the v
-mli;lit herurr would Htill Iravo the
Htluin of a gulUy practiuo upon their
John S, Miller, counsel for the ac
,otiHed jmrkorn, It la nnid, will ititrodtico
iirglimeiilH in behalf of hit clients that
will go u long wuy townnl coiiviuelng
evon u petii Jury in (he Uullni Btniep
Court liut clutriH lUL-iUlimqil In the
fiiilTclinrtitH are grbtsHly" exaggerated.
The packrrn, however, are mit'd to base
tliolr'hopu of cuiiiplolo exoneration on
the jntelllgout Inlerpreitttioti of the
higher counSi ." ;
WILL HA18E SUGAR BEETS
C. & E. TO BUILD SOON.' $4
Wh It rniiDTU nr nil V t
"Talk of i-vl.-.uli.Kr tin- Hor- rilllH I II IIT Ml I
valiis & Eastern on to Valei
. Ucncl Hullctin; ;
Secretary Fred S, Stanley of the .0. I.
& I'. Co., and F, U. Hopkins, until're
ccnlly of Uie brokerage firm of liowniog
Hopkins, came up from Portland tlm
week and selected 6,coo acres of land on
the Central Oregon canal, n dozen miles
southeast of IJend, lor a beet sugar enter
prise. This land will "be taken by their
friends who will at once begin improve
ments and expect to raise a crop next
season. The plan contemplates the bui!d
ing of a sugar null and hrviig control ol
enough production to insure its success
Outkideis will also be encouraged toj-aise
iilg'nr bcels, and; the sue of the mill to.ihe
constructed will he iiavemed by the,!
amount of land put into beets.
"I lelfcvft niiefe"'isvno fwtiFifii?
United State? so well adapted to-llie beet
sugnr industry as this locality,'' said Mr.
Stanley, "Wcliave examined the ques
lion prcttyithrQUghly and ars convinced it
will be unusually "successful -here, so we
me going into it with confidence- We
have selected the laud, water will be flow
ing out to it m the coming two or ihtee
weeks, and the work of clearing and pre
paring the 'oi( will then bc t'aUen up.
We expect to have a crop next season,"
GARS RUKN1MC TO CONDON
Citucns of Condon are happy over the
tnauguiation of train service from Arltng
iwYf over the new branch of the Oregon
Uatlroad & Navigauon company. The
first' train into Condon Saturday tvening
ms met by! a large delegation ol citizens,
headed by the county judge, the city
council and a brass band. Jidge Dunn
delivered an address of welcome, nnd the
engineer and fiicman responded briefly
with the engine,, whistle. 1 hero "'ere
about 49 passengers nuu scvciai v'"""
of fieiglit in the train;
Tlie company will immediately build a
fine depot at Condon, and cor.stiuction
of stockyards is in 'progress. There is n
large timount of gmin and livestock in the
couniry to be shipped this season. The
greater part of tlie spring wool clip is still
imthe wurehouses, awaiting transportation
by the new line. Warehouses are being
built nt various points ;along the road-between
Condon and Arlington, wliete crops
and wool will be stored, I Ho, uontton
line is about '30 miles in length, and taps
a very rich country in tlie interior.
Tlio roost "plou-miit place- to atop In
Ptlnovlllu 1b at-UloM pol,niojstor
(Jood Bcoolfiiudfttlons, homn oouifortu,
lias boon jirpinaturo up to ibis
lini', but 1 now feel the project
has taken di-linite shape," said
A. B. Ilniiitnond, the well-known
California capitalist, when seen
today regarding the continua
tion of that line, which has been
promised so long. "There are
too many roads on p.'iper now,
and we will not give out details
of our plans until everthing has
been determined, so work can
Speaking futher, Mr. Ham
mond dwelt on the changes in
the state of late years, and from
the tenor of Jiis remarks it was
inferred that previously he had
doubts as to the policy of build
ing the additional .trackage,
tie denied that the project had
been permitted to die, and while
he admitted he was, not familiar
with the progress wbich had
been made of late in the prepara
tions, his manner indicated
plainer than words that the
company is about to Jauneh
forth and clear the way for the
main line throuuh the promis
ing land 3 in the eastern' part ( 1
OHIO'S GOVERNOR TO
VISIT PORTLAND FAIR
-Fred S. S.tanley- secretary of the Des
chutes Iirigation Company located at
Portland has received telegraphic advices
from H. D. Turney, president of the
company, at CoIumbus,r. Ohio, that Gov
ernor Hernck and a party of Ohioans will
visit Portland July n, 12,13 and 14. The
governor will be accompanied by his son,
Dn Rankin, Jvlr. an"dlrs. H D. Tourney,
nnd Mr. and '-Mrs. J. 0'.: Johnston ol
Judge W. M. Cake, president of the
Ohiorsociety of Oregon, this afternoon
called a meeting of the society to arrange
for receiving and , entertaining the visitors.
President Goode of the exposition has
been conferred with and. a day to be
known as Ohio day at - the
designated Goverppr Herricl: co;mes on
a vacation trip and will risit I$end; Crook
county, and investigate irrigation methods
as carried on by the Deschutes company
MAY TRY WAR STAfiP;TAX
Washington, July. There is a strong
rncHSat ibn -alnong Republican ' .statemer,
10 rcstuie special stamp taxes of the
Spanish war in time to meet the treasuiy
deficit. More than $40,000,000 shortage
is threatened during the fiscal year just
beginning. There are suggestions of a
revision of tanfl' laws to" produce 'more
revenue, but these do not come from the
inen who rule tbe senate and house.
There are ticasutv watchdogs in both
houses of.congress who believe that ex
penditures can be cut so that ho addition
al taxation is necessary, but practical men
cannot see milch accomplished, in that
Senator Dick of Ohio believes that the
easiest, method is to put n small stamp tax
on a . vaiietv of , things in ..daily use
Senator Warren-of Wyoming) and many
other-strong men of, congrerss,preper the
method pjoposetl "by Senator Dick, al
though there are : some who suggest an
additional customs duty on tea and cot
The Dalles Chronicle; Wasco county
is becoming the "detective" county of
thestate and a" splendid place, for thugs
"htwi rrlmiiiAls to steer clear of.-'', Last
month was -a record breaker, and tnsldi
of three weeks eight criminals were land
-,1 in ih nenitentiarv. umong them two
lamous pickpockets, Galvin, the diamond
theif, and Johnson, the former being
ninrp,l for thiee vears and the latter
two. Then there were Williams and
Smith, Ihe-bicycte and horse thrives, who
gotn year apiece; Andrew, .who wilt serve
two years for msault; -Hansen, the box
car thief, and Francisco, far assault, each
of whom got a year, aid Summers for five
years, lleside these, they brought ihe
notorious Hoffman to bay, not to speak
of others. "Are you going to put all your
friends into my keeping?" said tlie warden
to ShtrifT Sexton the last visit he made.
Olir.olilc!als caivTbe.',beat, even.by those
in larue cities and VVi
fosco should be proud.
is past but
.Buy a new SUIT and a new
Pair of SHOES. . .
FINE LINE OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS
Fifty new pieces of CALICO to go at 5c.
D3u.3r 3rcnj.r .G-roceries of "uls and
Doors, Windows and Hardware
LENA M, LAMB, Prop.
MADRAS, - OREGON
Boy's and Men'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 & Sturgis preserved fruits.
' ONE WEEK ONLY
All Canned Fruits ,at 20 Cents a Can
WHAT $5 WILL BUY FOR ONE WEEK
1 3 lbs. sugar
to lbs. beans
i lb. tea
id lbs. of any dried fruit
i lbs. coffee
8 lbs. bacon
For good shoes at bedrock prices
go to the warehouse of
MADRAS MILLING & MERCANTILE GO,
Men's Canvas sboes, - - - 81.25 pair
" leathers Foxed, 1.50 "
u dress shoes, satin calf, - 1.50 "
BEST VALUE IN THE STATE
All kinds of shoes from 75 cts. up to $4.00.
See our men's T au shoes THE LATEST FAD.
WE HAYE A GOOD SUPPLY OF STOCK aild DAIRY SALT ON HAND
Pea and Coffee
WE ARE LOADED WITH TEA AND COFFEE
quality - Unsurpassed
MADRAS M. & M. COMPANY
Volt SIXTY PAYS ONLY IN
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING,
Of all klnde, "Ve nlao carry a full and complete lino of Groceries
and Hardware. Agents for Mit'cMl "Wagons, Hacks, Buggies,
Carts, I'lows, Harness, Drills and all kinds of farming Implements
JOHNSON, BOOTH & CO,
'Wain St.-, Prineville, Orm