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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1905)
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Harnapi ttf Make Extension? in
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COLUMBIA SOUTHERN "TO MADRAS IS CERTAIN
To Thr th BiqHeft Portion of Qraon,--arf Will
l .-J??, Running Before 19Q Country ha
ih-M ; Various nduttrios, Lm'I '
Harilmftif will spend WCKHV
OOOjn railroad building in tun
stutes of Oregon Washington
and Idaho within the nestyear
With the oiicil announeeujHut
that tUo Southern Pacillc is pre
pared to build from- Pral to
bia Spflthern will be emended
without a doubt, and the only
deftnite word waited for before
Cotpnjeneing operations is thai
the details of the project have
been worked out.
livestock is a thriving indus-
Mntebfleld, on Coos buy, con.-; try, in the new districts to be
neating the main line with, the invaded, as is timber, while fall
Ooos tiy, Roseburg Astern ; in te ahape of eanaed. and
Hnihvny, which exlends from freah aalaon are rourketabie,
Jtfnrali field miles to Myrtle and the Oairy inteyestfi are
Point via Coquillo, and with a larger than in any other county
branch to Beaver Hill, it is es- on, the coast. On Coos bay are
timated K. II. Harrirnan, will! located several large mills, a
spend $10,000,000 in railroad ! furniture factory and other
'construction, included in which
will bo the cost of the dual
road building between Ripariu
and Grangoville, the coat of
which is shouldered jjoiutly by
Messrs. Hill and tfarriman.
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pianttj, a"a a promising new
town, North Bead, has sprung
up there as a manufacturing
center in the lust year.
Iiailroaders feel now that
since tb,e ownership of the
The new Hue from Drain to 'Northeyu Pacific is disposed of
Myrtle Point will be SI miles in ! through the decision in the fa
length, That fiom Kiparia to1 ous Northern Securities case,
Lowiston will be 21 miles, and; hereby dissolving the armistice
from there to Grangeville afrnwd between Hill and 1 Iar
mileF, while from .Klgir. to Jo rimw not to build in certain
seph, Wallowa county, the road localiiies, the latter will pnt
now started will traverse 05 frth "is plans for the belter
miles, nnd the iirst stretch of J y,,fc of the Northwest, and the
the extension of the Columbia i" to announced will be
Southern from Shaniko will bo I the pushing of the Columbia
IK) miies. making miles of Southern on to Bend and there
railroad to be started this year, forming a junction with the Cor
much of which will be in opera- vallis & Eastern fum Albany
lion before 1000, One hundred aorOM the s,ate to Ontario,
und fifty-six miles of this will' meeting the Oregon Short
be in Idaho and WO in Oregon, and with the realisation
and all of it will tend to en-1 of rle H"e down the Snake from
rich Portland's commercial Huntington, through the Grand
revenues, and at the same time ,-Konue, to connect witti tlio iil
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brunch and thence on to
railroads have tapped in the; wi,umi, Mpr nVimns v,.inM W!ii
Northwest in years. Theolum- be opened.
Scort for Municipal Ownership.
The expenses of the city of
The Dalles, says the Chroniule,
will be .paid within a few years
by the income from the munici
pal wntjr system. The Dalles
has a bonded indebtedness jof
$72,000 for its oity water plant.
The bonds come due in about
seven years. Of this Amount
$52,000 is for Mio (first issue.
Suilloient funds ale now pn
'.mud to meet the payment when sent back home during July, as
duo. Interest on .this fund oh" I against '640 a year ago. The
sets tlio interest paid to the special boards of inquiry are
bondholders. A sinking fund; working particularly hard in
is also rapidly nccnmulating'for order to prevent the undesirable
the later issue of WiOOO, made jimmigi ants -from lauding.
U.. Pmv waiita .aort faivtho OK tell
a " . r..! :n -d. ...:,...
x .murine iwvidiv, wciioihi
Muiuigor 'P. C. Rowlee, of the
Th Scum of Europe.
Undesirable immigrants from
nlr parts -of Europe are pouring
into thaB-oountry at an increased
rate, according to United States
About 48,000 immigrants arriv
ed during July, against -36.000
in the same period last year.
The undesirable element is
Bhown by the increased number
of deportations. Over 1000 were
sloii'of tfhe system. When the
hntula aril rlun .TWLVllieilt will be
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made in full. ttMie revenue from i-"- "iup"y, viu wua
theAVator .plant is-1700 a month ! in 'Prinoville Monday, hi-reapon-'In
the summer and about $.1500 i able ifor the statement that his
a month in the winter, Two company's headquarters are to
,mn.uv mnlfwed to look after 'be moved from liend -to 5led-
the 'system at a flalary ,per 'ndnd, whero the company has
.moiirt-of 65 eauh. This,. to- R townaite Rnd h starting
gutlWfVfith -the expense for-re-l new town, ans'oeen uweneu
lve theeity over4l00 at 'dlOereHt tfmes, .fhobgli'
a mh'th to pkoein the-sinking waymndnicJilly,'th.t the -D. I.
A . 0 1 1 arVlll it 1 . I t HT.A filth
sfnnd. 'In lewyenra iThesDalles w ua iwa-HHu uiui0..w0
will-hftvi' imndiowe income with thoiBrakeUdwnsiteipeople
forvUity wxiiensea'pHid dl- Ht'Bend, and Hhat sooner or
rtotly -by ith 4uiifoljHtl watwr jar .uuu Hvr. -n-.,
Crook County Journal: U. S.
lOowlys was in the city from,
Madras the lust of the week.
v. 0 iwles said both the ato
les and p.schts rivers me a
toot lower at tfie point' where ,
his sawmill h stationed than (
i,ey have ever been before,
Tbe light fall of snow in the;
mountains last winter is the I
pause oi the decrease -in nie
streams. Ar. Cowles said they
wre running a full force of men
at the mill and that the demand
for lumber was steady.' ;!
Antelope Herald: According
to, the? report ofH. C. Rdoper,
census' enumerator for this sec-1
tion of Wasco county, the pop
ulation of the territory under
his supervision 1190. Antelope
has 2.72, aiid Antelope precinct
2AO; Shaniko has 215, with 154
in the precinct; Bake Oven has
a population of 31ft.
'flie moat pleasant, place to atop In
Prlnovillc Is at Hotel Poioilexter
io wowmtJtlonB, home comforts
ulid popular prices.
poy and A Oltl.
-H(e learned to play at tennis,
He had, won full many a match:
On the ball ground be was famous,
He coi;ld pitch and bat and catch;
t could bo and throw the hammer,
Afcd at wrest Ung he was good;
lje was throuWy athletic
Iut hs father chopped the wood.
She was well informed on ethics,
$he could formulate a plan
Which would show us all our duty
To our struggling fellow-man.
She could write on household topics
In a, manner hard to beatj
She embroidered fancy pjllows
But her mother cooked the meat.
! Talk About Grocefls !
Sugar, per sackt $.Q0
14 lbs. sugar, - IA)0
2t) lbs. prunes, 1.00,
50 Jbs. Sk.-table salf . .1.00 .,,
10ft lbs. Sk.-stock salt, .14Q . 0,:
Cans T,omatoes, Corn, 4,
Peas or Beans, .3
T A Big Asisortrest of J:
! GALLON ANP DRIED FRUIT
mRice A Speil Price... ;
LENA M- LAMB, Prop. f
MADRAS" - OREGON
If your. wMl J I ntet Of repairs
or If jpu "t i"iy R iw'
you "an uot Ua Ijettorilittii to wtlto
PHAOTICAt, WATCH and
THE DALLES, ORE.,
For price nl styles. Mall order
recclrc prompt ikUeutlori. -Ml work
N. M. LANE
and Wagon Maker
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
All Work Guaranteed
Department of tlio Interior. '
U. S. Land OOlco, Tho lilies Oregon,
July 3ft, 1906.
A sufficient contest affidavit Having
boeu filed In this office by
Douglas V. Hood,
contestant, agaiuat homes teftil eutry
No 18,800, made April 8, 1B04, for
Be quarter Se quarter eea 23, S half Sw
quarter eo 23, He quarter Be quarter
ueo 27, tp 10 s, r 14 e, w Ito, by Itonnle
Spallbrtl, coutealee, in wlilcu It Is al
leged that said fionuleflpaflbrd baa
wholly alwndoned aaid tract; that she
has cbttuged her residence therefrom
for more lliau sis months stuce mak-log-saldutry;
-that said tract is n.ot
settled 'upon, cultivated and improved
by said party 'aairequlreuV&y law that
said 'party has mover 4Mdrt a house
upon-flaid laudor established residence
thoreon; that-said alleged bseuce was
not due to her omploymeut lu tho
army, navy 'or 'ruarluo corps of tho
Pnlted'Stalea lh time of war.
Bald martles aro 4iereby notitlod to
appear, repond aud dfTer evldeuoe;
louohtngald '-allegation at 10 o'clock
a, ui. on Bepteraber'-Sl, 1905, before
Dpm'1. 'JRea, a 'U. B, ComnjissIonert J
at Ida ottlOB lu Madras, Oregon, and
thatflual heariug will he held at 10
n'olook a. m., on September M, 105,
before the Register uhd Receiver at the
UuiUd gtteLubd QMoi ItlTheDalles,
U'lie Mid contestant having. In a
proper ahldrfvlVflleil-iuly 16, 1W5, set
ilrtlifaols whloh show that after due
itllllguoeTersouMl service of thlauottee
cttutuet'be'tnade, It Is 'hereby ordered
ttall iHm&lMPthtlt'suoh ndtlee be Klveu
MtehaeiT) Ttelan, Register .
Boy's.and Men's 55itraw an Cloth ats.
A complete line new pattern Qry Goodst
The $nest line of Gent's Furnishing Goods in Madras.
The celebrated Northrup & Sturgis preserved fruits.
ONE WEEK ONLY
All Canned Fruits at 20 Oents a Can
WHAT m WILL BUY FOR ONE WEEK
13 lbs. sugaj iq lbs. of any dried fruit
10 lbs. beans
1 lb. tea
2 lbs. coffee
S lbs. bacon
SHINGLES, LIME & CEMENT
SHOES SHOES SHOES
For good shoes at bedrock prices
go to the warehouse of
MADRAS MILLING & MERCANTILE .GO.
WE HAVE IA M JOWLY OF STOCK Ml DAIRY Mil
a and Coffee
WE ARE LOADED WITH TEA AND COFFEE
QUALITY - UNSURPASSED
MADRAS M. & M. COMPANY
FOR SIXTY DAYS ONLY IN
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING,
Of all kludev We alio carry a full and complete line of Groceries
and Hardware. AReiita for Mitchell Wagons, Hacks, Jlugglee,
Carts, Plows, Haruees, Drills and all kinds of farm lug Implements
JOHNSON, BOOTH & CO.
iMain St, Primvilfe, Or