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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1906)
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YSICIAH & SURGEON
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filed with nil liintlnnr roiiuli
"imttr mi Imtlll iih tnnn f.k
'owned for jlwiiiiK.
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PON LAND CO.
MADRAS, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY. MARCH 15. 1906,
ALFALfA LAND PROFITABLE
Trout Creek Supplying Portland Mar
kets with Prime eof.
Some idea of fhe vuluo of
lands which can be brought un
der irrigation Und mudo to pro
duce alfulfa may bu had from
the statement tliat during tho
present season, since the first of
the year, about 030 licad of beef
cattlo have boon fod on tho
Trout crook alfalfa ranches be
tweon Doutblt's and tho j,yle &
Brown much, for delivery to
Portland markets, This nar
row strjp nong Trotit creek and
including tho lower end of Hay
crcuk, probably in all not to ex
cued seven miles, contains more
prosperous ranches Ihan can be
louiid in any other section of
equal size in this portion of the
11. . J t t a
i no yieiu oi annua upon
theso ranches is enormous, and
in past years when public- range
was plentiful, thesn were the
home ranches and winter quar
wra oi eioeismou engaged in
running stock cattle. ttut the
shortage of range, owing to the
encroachments of the farmer
and tho sheepman, has gradu
ally brought about changes tin
til now this section is turning to
the beef industry, feeding beef
for tho Poitlaud market. In
litis manner they are able to get
$10 per ton om of their alfalfa
hay, at which ligure tho Trout
eivek ranches prove a veritable
During tho present- season
oef cattlo have been delivered
or contracted for early delivery
by tho following ranchers: II.
u. Priday & Co., 80 head; Bid
well Cram, 250 head; Willis W.
Brown, 200 headjE. G. Holier &
son, jod head; Jlarry JJouttut.
)0 head: making a total of 030
lead of beef " sold to tho Port
and market from that section
Fine Particles of Dust Add to DIscom
ClUC iinnnrn ion oi uiizzara.
nnt nunoco run
TO RECEIVE BIOS FOR TIES
table NO. 10.
I 1 Mil.
'A) II. In
J W III.
0. R. & N. Wants fllntorlal-Looks
Llko Eatly Constuctlon.
The Oregon Pailroed & Navi
gation company is making prep
.aratione to receive bids for
ies to bo delivered on their
icht-of-way on the lino stir
veyed from Madras Houthwan
tluough Iledmond and Bend
says tlio Bullotin.
A Bend man recently wroto
to the company asking to sub
mit a bid on ties, llo received
a letter in reply from the pur
chafing agent, enclosing speci
fications for ties to be delivered
on their proposed line from
Madras southward; The speci
licatlons went into detail as to
size of ties, how they were to bo
piled, etc. Tho letter asked Im
the quantity (his man could fur-
nih and when they could bo
Tho rnili oud situation is"rap
idly-coming to- a point where
something decisive can bo ex
pe'eted. It has been known for
some time by the Bulletin that
this company was about ready
to recolve bids for ties through
this country, Every weok now
reports reach Bend bearing
marks of authenticity, and all
iudlcUto that construction will
be commenced at a not far dis
tant time on a railroad headed
for Bend. F. S. Stanley, just
out irom Portland, expressed
himself as believing that grill
ing on tho proposed lino through
this region would soon bo coin
moiiced,nd that when tUo'rond
from Null-on west is finished to
A peculiar ieaturo of the bliz-
f.nnl wliir1i In a In1
lno prettieflt lumnli nf full .t ...
w . iuii iirrniv linn i r i Anrin it niii
muuu Hiiirenorses seen lor maiiv fi, rHonn f , nn
n .1 ..8 1 . , - r w -wj una uaill
"M7 waBrea 111 me norso cles of dust in tho air. civinc it
" a" ' I : lir v - 1110 appearance of a fog and ob
yitsoiucill OI UIO X5,'ljawin nniiritiir nhl unfa nt n liafnnnA
Sheep & Land Co of Haycreok, a quarter of a mile. When this
vrtgon, u. o. a., nad collected dust first made its appearance in
. u ne 1U or w nead of lit- the 8trong gale of Saturday it
..v,ou uiuuu iimreBanu inree wnn thmmlir. tn ho fn.v finn
... M , . . i n" ' wm uuu
siauionsoi tills popular breed 8now. which it closelv reaem-
IiIp1 in imnoftrnnno nt rat "Rv
r.Edwards has been quite ac- i,n0r u T.nn
tiveoflatoill attending the most COvrtin rrrnnnrl nml nil nhioot
noted auction sales, buying sin - fivnoRfirl tn it. nnfi it. W!, fftn,i
glo top notchers, but it was not to bo a fine yellowish dust of a
suspected by anyone that they aandy nature. In fact tho bliz-
U0UK 11 Ior exPrr an(I "e .aid, in addition (o its othey.dis
has been able to secure a collec- agreeable features, was a verit
tion of the best horses in Eng- abi0 dust storm. It has not
land, in a quiet way. been
ascertained over what
It IS Stated that his Company Ltratnli nf nnnntrv t1iPB nnnrli.
is largely interested in thor- tions existed, but the writer has
hliols "55? 1 knowledge that he
oughbred horses, with this col- 0,lzzrd and duststorm were m
lection as a foundation. His full blast in the territory from
shipment was much admired by Shaniko to Madras.
all who saw it, and old time ti,q Wiirin rtT title Altai a tt t
horsemen were unanimous in U .7i t i n '
their onininn iht l S hS kn0' although the theory has;
never seen a better lot of shires been advanced that it blew up
leave England1 for America. - from the sands along the C -
The shipment will be for- lumbia. It covered the ground
warded to Liverpool in a few tn o lontii nf -nmnoMTr nn
Mnmli 1. l.tvwmnni T7.rrin,,ri and was of a very different
D r a1 -, .
coior irom me sana or sou m
this section of the country.
LENA M. LAMB, Prop.
Palmohn Building, .
MADRAS, - OREGON
TO RECLAIM HORSE HEAVEN
HOMESTEADS IN RESERVES
St. Puul und Seattle capl tails t will
try to irrlgntu n largo tract of land In
the lloro Heaven country In Wash-
tiglon by menus of nrtcMnn wells.
Tun tlioiiHnuil ucrea have nlready been
Representative Lacey of Iowa, chair
man of the House committee on public
lands, has introduced a bill in Congress
designed to meet one of the orincinal ob
-1 1 I... .1 I in nrn "
..io.ia.i3u jr u.u.u u..u -iu.wii more jcctions raised by Senator Heyburn of
uivvo ueeu L-uiiiiuuieu ior. I .i.. , . . ,
TlllH la I Mil flrtit 4.(rrl In Irrlrrnl.. I
" I j.e r.c.rt'.c Th hill mnAe .U.
nrtri) frnnlu l,l Mm I'lirilllr, Vl. 11 tirnul liti I ...
nHrr Hip hnmiprirt nuj nf ncrrinl
iiiuiioi nrieamn wens, iimiouijii me tUral lands that mav be einhrafed in for
inn una uoen 8Uccefc8luiy used in est reservations, and closely follows the
notn wxai anil Wyoming, ana other recommendations of the Public Lands
vuml nrld reuioua. Commission, as indorsed by President
Tito outcome of this effort will be Roosevelt.
u-ittched with firunt Interest by the
furmern of (he ceml-arlil recloue ol the
NorlhvvtHt, nnd eHpecially In IhoHOfc'ec-
tloi: where the only possibility for
Irrigation Is from iirtesiuu water. If
P. C. Itowlee, former superin
tendent for the D. I. & P, Co. ai
Redmond, has resigned that po
It cau ho Huceessfully done, and eco- sition and will be succeeded by
niimlenlly, large wpotlonh whicn huvo (J. M. Redfield, the company's
lieretofon, been depomlent upon the ohief engineer. Mr. Rowleo will
seafcoi.swmunqueHiionaoiyueurougiii (ev()te ,,is elire time t(J hiJ
under rrlKHtlan wherever It can be rmoh ad ,he arRe tract of irri
t one, i iih in meuimiiy iiie-irnBa- uled )and owned individually
linn .imJi (itiil itiliftti avtkiiriiiiorila liitA 9 .
h .v . ...... . Q Jolui8lon neal. 3en(1
demuiiHtruled wliut can be douo and J
the moat tcouomical methods, ever
foot of laud Miticeptiblo of Irrigation
will in time be under ditch.
I MADRAS, OREGON j
M'TAGGART & BYE
Turkestan Alfalfa, Garden and
Flower Seeds-r-Cheaper than you
can buy them elsewhere.
Special For Two Weeks
Working and Drive Harness, Collars, Hames
and Everything in the Harness Line.
BARB WIRE $4.50 PER GWT.
A gopher in tho Trout creek
region digs into the earth and
discloses a valuable coal mine.
F. M. Loveland, in borinc for a
well at Madras, taps a cavity
which L'ives forth an inexhaust
ible supply of hot air. Mr. Love
land has been badly outdone by
this little animal and should go
to theso little creatures for wis
dom -should "consider the 111
lies of the field" or something
of that nature. What a dillei
. . .1... ...!!..
enco nouveon me iiuuo iuiui-ib
of man and the apparently un
directed work of tho busy go
pher. And now the Madias Pi
oneer has the effrontery to sug-
irRt that the Bulletin nnd its
FOR REPAIRING FINE SHOES
COMPLETE LINE OF HARNESS AND SAD
Tho best quality of Repairing
h KIN D8 FOU SAI.K
AND FEED BARN
r-KKHY 11KKP, Manngcr.l
GOOD MEALS CLEAN BEDS
neighboring contemporaries bot- chain ANnnAV ok At
llo un a supply for their use. whcesmcaj
Sih.1i notion would not only be
..mviao hill fnn N I. HH t 10 lielltl UULVtll UfltUUM
III! " fMW ' --j
country does not need not air in
advertising its great resources.
But we have wondered for a
ontf tiitio where nil this "hot
air" unlimited front. It is now
Mainly evident that Alliums is
tho guilty putveyor. JNo won
der tho Pioneer would Hko to
uet rid or tue stutt now tnai us
, ..! 1.1. .. I ..
secret possession oi iuo HiiiJiny
has been discovered. Bend
LOUCKS & WILSON
GllAtN MUL1.8, wo want to sell
tlient right now Ht A dlsoouut Sanfortl
t a r i-1 r fv x-n i r s- y-N k i
tAbltKIN UhtLjUIN X
I BANKING COMPANY?
Capital Stock, $25,000 Deposits, $25p,000
Capital Stock, $25,000 Deposits, S250,ogo
J. W.PEENOH, Pres.! H. A. MOOEE, Vioe-Pres.5 F. T, HIJEIiBURT, Cashier
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD I
HDrafts on. -11 Iarts of tlxe "TCwlia Z
Stage & Stable Co
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Speolal attention tven to carrying Express Matter.
Fare $4.50; Round trip, $8.
Agent at MADEA8 HOTEL.
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$1.50 PER YEAR :
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nuke junction Willi this onet