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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1906)
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lntere4 iw second clasa matter Annual
5, mi,t the Fostotfiee, at Madras. Ore..
Hder'th. Act of Congress of March M81H.
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August 33, I906
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Beginning with this issue we
are publishing in instalments.
tin interesting article upon the
f'Catnpbell system" oj? dry land
farmi'dkr and which we com
faiend ttj the careful perusal of
fevery farmer in this sectfon
wliolfl interested in mnl;im: n
iubqe 'of wheat-culture in this
y$bnr ilr. Campbell has given
3"j ears of liis life to the study
tir farming in the semi-arid re
giptis', vfitjibnt irrigation, and
the" result 'of liis investigation
lias been to revolutionize the
njethpds of' dry land farming,
lurping failure into success, and
producing and CO bushels of
wheat upon la.nd whigh had un
der the old system of cultiva
tion anci tillage produced 18
jjnd 15 bushels only in the most
favorable' years. An, the suc
cess which resulted is not vari
able but followed In every case
ihe application of the "Camp-
pell methods..' During the
- .jp'aslf ip years lr. Campbell has
devoted his' time fo spreading
I le gospel of deep plowing and
oiajlow cultivation, giving to
he fanning world in lectures
a'p'd numerous articles, top re-
suit of these years of' investi
gation. ' The conditions tn this region
are ideal for Wfc application pf
tne Camden methods. The
ont TnoisiurB is snmcient. it con-
fr3prved, and the Boil is of a char-
bodyocter which lends itself easily
lockedihe methods advocated by
the dang Campbell for taking care of
on thcb r ' m, ' n r
heard thlmoistur. The failures pf
smeii thfe-pagt two years indicate the
window of" ' 2 V ., , ,
the light jjrtainty pf tlje qld methods
u. Thearm,Dg when applied t
began to . .e
ant's boat serai-arid sectqns, and 11
h.cpesB is -pyer to be attained.
"Thaime new method muat be
caped. jm will mean additional work,
.othtaIrtifcViU th? difference
Thetween jaiiure and sucgess
y Jt ib pertain ly wortji tryipg
upon a few apres oi every farm
faM'in this d'tftripf, and if it proves
h a success here, ae jfe believe n
'surely will, the adp.ptjon of the
. methods advocated by Jtr.
pampbpll will become general
in this septiop.
The, opening price for wheal
jn SJiernian pounty thjs fnonth
for No. 1, and other
iding tp it 57c
says tto Moro
rnay be consid
ered fery fair in yjew of the
Jarge rop reporte4 ia the
if pnfted 'vQfatfl? and Panada.
. ,-fiines.ote; thp Pakbtas and
qntan naye mPre than an av
,' Vt crop Kansas jfgbQrtB a
.Jjropfof from qQQGfflBBta
t ..pOO.OQQ bushes, win
hau.ctouble the enurfij
i ''lli'irn THn nn'l nrtA
ton. The crop pf . the Jnl
plmpire bBlf,, Qregpn, Jdahd aril
'"Vfa'shingtoq is now concede,
by the best authwrit;es to be CO
per .cent of full V.pp- The
crop of Canada, Nor;Hwest Ter
ritory, is said t6 hp b.jfar the
jargeft of its history. Vt is es
tinTated that SOO'.pOO.OpO bnsh.
els will find it way to (fi)nir
ii'efk of the world Jfrpni thittiiew
J ' " Si! i
TJhs seasen'4 wjwt opened up brc
8j cents pr hust'tpf' U which pri$k a lini
jted tjfttttity las chmgA (lands,
J,... . . T. -V j . ml.
Tht Crtok County fair asso
I'iatiqn will hold a fair at Prlne
ville dpring the second wtjek in
Octobir. Although this is a
little later than usual, these
dates were seleoted in order
hat 'the lair might bo in pro
gress during Circuit Court
week, when there will be a
large numbur of people in from
thepountryk Attractive purses
and premiums will be offered.
and the fair is.expei ted to bring
ut. some fine specimens f
Crook Connt.y products.
A townsite wm laid out on
top of the 0 R. & N. surveys
100 feet thick, along D' sohutes
river near by Ruhr Villa hint
week. The promoters have sev
eral million dollars with which
to 'back their propositions.
Three immense factories, from
native materials on the ground,
will be established immedi
ately: 1, soap, from the alkali
and greasewood; 2, kidney ton
ic, from sage brush spores; 8,
Edison cement, from native hard
uan. KceD vour eye on Rohr
Yilla. Moro Observer.
Two crews of graders are at
work on ttye Trunk Line up the
Deschutes. One is located at
the Moody ranch at the month
of the Deschutes river, and thf
other is working at the Free
Bridge nine miles higher up.
Crook County Journal.
JULiyS PEGNEjf DIES,
Julius Degner died at hjs homp on
Methodist Hill last Friday afternoon,
August 17, after an illness of nearly four
months. He was about 51 years of age,
and leaves a widow, one daughter, Mrs.
George Killenbeck, and two sons to
mourn his loss. Funeral services were
held at the German Miethodist Church on
last Sunday, and the remains were in
terred in the cemetery near the church, in
the presence of a large concourse of sor
rowing friends, Rev. John G. Moehring
performing the jast sad rites. '
Jallus Degner was born in urrmany
and oame to America a number of
years ago, If rat settling jn Wisconsin.
About four years ago be moved into
this section of Oregon, being among
the first settlers 10 locate In tne Moth
nmgL run neiRaooruoou, vrueru uuw
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there is a large German settlement.
He filed upon a homastead there, and
would bavp made his final proof upon
it next Spring Death reanlted from a
complication of kidney and liver trou
bles, which for four m mths pua. has
kent blm confined to his bouse. He
was a gqod cltjzen and a good neigh-
tor, and eojoyed the friendship ami
esteem of all who knew blm.
STILI. PPILLItjG FOR OIL.
Dave Barnett was in town on Monday,
from his ranch near Culver. He says
they are drilling steadily on his place, for
nil, the drill being down about 280 feet
on last Saturday evening He says that
here are splendid indications of oil, and
h.nt n rvpi-cM i fink deep enough to
learn more about it. Luicly they have
been making good headway, going down
as much as 50 feet in one day, although
on other days they did not go more than
four feet, owjng to the hardness of the
Wbije the main object of the present
prospecting js to investigate the oil pros
pects which for many years have been
known to exist therp, Mr. Barnett says
that be will feel quite well repaid for the
labor and expense if he can strike a good
flow of artesian watpr. .
Elmer 1. Gillam has purchased of J
B, McDowell, a quarter sectjon of land
lying in sectjon 15, township 13, ..south,
iraoge 13 east, .the purchase ppce being;
00. 1 his price, However, , memoes a
interest ira half acre upon .which
considerations, and t)je'pi;r
o years in which to make
land. The' quarter which
)ought is one of the best
the neighborhood in
all good wheat land,
ed, The price is a
figures at which
Js to be mtfde
are. taken )nto
tlie DVlce was'
not Jiteh. Mtt
m 1 mmiM r m .
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson GrewMI Ml
lam Mongay for WaltsburK, Ayhlt--t.ui,
where they will reM.lo In thf M-
niro. A pleasant surprise pnj " "
given them at their bm on Anenoy
Plalnp on laet Friday evemiiK .v "
number of their neighbors and friend,
who gathered to bid them go.wtl.yr.
Mr and Mrs. Orewoll will hu mi-wi
by a wjde circle of frlomiH, wlnwe itod
w'lehea will follow them to their ne.v
. ; .1
If vou aro going to farm on thenum-
mor-fAUitw nlati vou should bow . vour
grain early enougli in the Fall Ht "
will get up and have a good at -it he.
tore the cold bad weather win In.
There Is miioh ! chance of Hh Ireez-
mil. u!h It will be far enoiuh
along In the Spring tliut the liot
anther cauiL.t Olirlvel Up the grain.
If vou Uo Hiiy rolling do It In h.
Hnrluifand above all tliliiga beMiru
that vou buy a drill of 8anf.r.l, S1I1
n., tn ilnll It In with anil leave
the ground rough during the winter
John A. I sham has moved his family
over to the new residence of his daughter,
Mrs. I. F VVaymire. This now cottage,
which is just completed, is attractively lo
cated, commanding a good view and be
inc above the dust which on windy days
makes it fluke disagreeable on the flat
Mrs.- M. E. Percivat is having a four
room cottaue built on her lots rpc.entjy
bought of A. S Phillips. The lumber
is beinir hauled, and the foundation has
been built. Mrs. Percival expects
have the cottage ready for occupancy by
the time school opens here.
Come and make your selection of
sultof clothes wblle the stick In a
full and ynu can get the size you want
Banford Sill & Co.
Miss Marie Galloway returned last Sat
11 :. ... . 1
urday evening from Wasco, vvnere sni
has been, employed for some months past
by the assigne in charge of the bankrupi
O. T. Company.
The ladies eapeclally invited to call
and see our lale arrival of white en
umptrd ware lust received from Ger
many. 8nford Bill $ Co.
Jacob Stroud, candidate for sheriff o
this county on the democratic ticket in the
recent election, was in town yesterday
visitintr his daughter, Mrs. Frank Rod
The family of Frank Lovoland have
moved into Madras for the winter
They are occupying the oju jsuam
William Brownhill was at Bend during
the week, having hauled up a load of po
tatoes and produce for Mrs. Lamb
Born to the wife of J. J. Watts, on
Acency Plains, on Wednesday, Au
gust '22, 1906, an eight-pound girl.
Rpd our advertisement ami nee
what wp liave J'us opened up,
ford SHI Co.
G. E. Dawson, a Portland travelliiM
man, was In town yeHterday.
One grain dt ill, one sulky plow, one
pair bob sleds, one 3 wide tire wagon
with hayrack, two two year-old mate colt
(on range), one Durham cow, one Jersey
cow. For particulars address or cal on
F. T Brooks. Madras, my agent. J. A
One black mule and ons sorre year
ling colt with white face strayed from my
place near Madras. Reward will be paid
information leading to their recovery
J. W. JONES.
Two Jersey heifers. For particular
apply to J. . Jlorney, Madras, Or.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Public Land Sale. ,
TJ. fi. L'l Omao, THn I)ales, Or,
August 11, 1000.
Notice Is hereby given that directed by
the Commissioner of the General Lain!
Office, under provisions of the act of Con
urcss approved June 27, iOOO, Public No
303, wc will offer at public Hale, ta the
highest bidder, at 11 o'clock a. in., 011 th
2istday of Septemljcr next, af; t))is office
tho following trapt of Janu, to-wlt;
The SE quarter NVf quarter of sec 8, tj
i3 s, r 23 0, w pi-
Any pcrsims claiming adyerscly the
aoovo-descrlbcd InmH are advised to fit
their claliui or objections on or bufori
the ((ay auoyo oesiguaicu ror sain.
i. MivuakJj T. Nolan,
A. M, WIUMMS & CO
Dry;Go6die . S'Kipg
tr u r nisn y new cookias-
It K1U1IIJL If.
Three hundrVd and ily cre, faM
Uprtui ul MlrnM u.u 16
.i...J..:.. icn nctes I liable Will K-ase
,un'"t - J . ...
rti oi.!it. or liv me yciir.
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nxiiiii, ""' "iv- , 1
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NtiTlOE FOIt PUHMC VTION.
Unit' Hlnti'M Jntit -Xn'o
The Dalle. Oi' U i"i
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Notice Is lu'reby given tnat (lot ft led
Kainpfe.. of ShnnlKo. e...... " '
ntleoof lnh'm 'II to niHKe .... ... " -
,..,rt.laml claim No. 410. fm the "Hi
iiwjimrier.K.-c lfl.ipfl".r'"- w !!"
.10 te llegfter nun
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)a I ies Oregon, on uicj-iy" -
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Me names the ioiihwiiik wnnefw
i.oyetlie cineleUi Irrigation and recla
mation 01 said laml;
Perry 1'. Monroe, C, M. oi'iierpou aim
. Kamnter, 1111 01 .-iiu"in. vivh"i
C. Stiasser, of .Mnijnw, Oiegoi.i.
MlJOHAKI. T. 4ll.AN,
iN9TIC.lt FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Inteilor.
Lnnd Oflico at The P-hes, Oregon,
1 July iso, iWHJ.
v.,n..ia Imrnliv Ldven that Daniel Swift
of Culver, Oregon, lias wen noiux- u
Intention tomat-e final five-year prooi 111
.support of lil claim, viz:
Homestead entrj A o vu, nuwJO .luno n,
,nnt forilwi t.i nnnrier nee 18. tl) 18 H. r 13
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I. W 111.
And that said proof will im inaiio uciore
D. P. Ilea, U. S. UoniiiilFMoiier, at nis
ofTiee in Madras, Oregon, on aepictnucr
Hi. iinmos tin. fnllnwl' a witnesses to
nrove his continuous residence uinm, and
eultivatliin of, the land, viz:
.le.mn I). Stearns. Fiei W. Hull. Frank
F. Klech, all of Culver, Oiogonjand Frank
M. Loveland.of Madras, Oregon.
MlCHAKI. T. NOLA.N,
a2-80 - Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Dormrtmcnt of tb? InWrlf.
Land Ofllce at The j) llftt, Oregon.
July 18, JfXtf,
Notice Is hereby gjyou that Pearie W.
Dean, of lluyoreck Ore., hs filed notice
of her Intention to umko final five-year
proof in support, of her claim, viz:
ilome.toail entry No. 8337 made Dec
ember 28, 1300, for tho so quarter nw quar
ter, e half sw quarter, sec 35, tp Q M, r 14 e
and Lit 3, sec '4, to 11 n r if c, w m,
And tliataaid proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver at The Dalles.
Oregon, on August 27, 1S0Q.
Sue names the following vyitpctses to
nrove her contliiuouo residence upon and
cultivation of the iand, viz:
Harry Douihlt,of Shanjko. Oregon, Ld.
Kutcher. John Trullinger, and James
McCoy, all of Ilaycrn-ck, 0ri'K-
Michael T. iVolan,
ptkc fpr Publication.
Department of the Inb-rlnr,
Laud Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
July 30, 1000.
iVoUce Is jiercby given that Walter P.
Walker; of Ashivood, Oregon, has filed
iiotlce of his Intention to make final five-
year proof In Mipport of Ids claim, viz:
noine-tcaa entry no wio mane March
20, 10QO, for ihe Lot 3, se quarter n w q tar
ter, w quarter no quarter anil nw quarter
quarter scrs fi, tp 1 , r 1 c, vv jn,
And that sul() proof will be made beiore
P. P. Ren, U. H. Commissioner, at his
nice In Madras, Oregon, on September i,
He pames tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
".ultivatlon of, the land, viz:
Edwin Klklna, Chester S. MoCorklc.
Kuox D. Huston, and Robert K. Berry
man, all of Ashwood, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Inferior.
Land Oflico at The Dallea, Or.,
July 30, 1000.
Notice la hereby given that William
S. Crlswell, of JIadrau, Oregon, lia
filed notice of his intention to make
final rive year proof in support of hi
HiimoMiead entry No 7787, made
November 28, 1800, for the ho quarter
uee 20, tp 10 , r 14 e, w m,
And that eald proof will bo made
before I) P. Rea, U. ri. Commissioner,
ul his ofllce In Madras, Oregon, on
September 0, 1000.
He iiamea the following wUiieasea to
prove hla contliiumiH residence upon,
mi aiiliivatlnn of, the laud, vizi
A H. PhllllpH, AV. H. Htonehocker,
T. 11. Tiiekor mid J. V, Ciuupbell, all
or Madras, Oregon.
2 30 Uegiflter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Department of tlio Interior.
Lind Olllce ut The DalleH, Or,,
, . , July so, iooo.
Notice la hereby given thai John p.
Monuer, of Madras. Oregon, Iiuh filed
notice of hlu Inteiitloii to make final
comminution proof In oupport of IiIb
Hoineateud Kntry No. 18008 made
December 6, 100J, for the nvy quarter
Ueo85, tp 0 b, r 18 e, vy rn,
And (put Huld nroof will lid mil do
before Don P. Ilea, U- H. CommlHulon
er, ut iiiHoiiice to Mudrus, Oregon, on
He numea the followlmr wUiipuhph in
provo Ills coiitJnuouH residence upon
and cultivation of, tho lnnd, viz :
SPAtf 5f ''.WHIUtn. Brown.
THE WONDER GANG pfj
I M'TAGGART & m
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p. J. TnOPj PrPprietor
The most popular houie In tlje town. ThJ Is the plyt to n
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II yop warn, ipe ic iit.i, m oi tnmmjfm
courteous attention. Travelers' beAmm
IiyiRY & FEED
J. W. IvIVINQSTON, Meager
In connection with hotel. Fjrst-cJaH livery np on ol
notice. Jrapsient s;ock welr fed and cared for. par rw i
At the Pibheer Offic
Carries a nice, ckw( frwh AS
and patent medicin, " P"PHSU
cully. Mail order given W "f 0f ,hc
can get yemr medicine ny Ilow
FREDJ DAMQN IasU
with every fata"
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,J1 (Madre, Oiogon.