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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1907)
THE DALLES HOSPITAL
I Buy Residence Lots J
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First Addition To Mactras
i Tlxo Dalles, Oregon
A PRIVATE HOSPITAL
WHN YQLJ WANT
for the trt'iUment of nil metlluul mul
stirjiliiul IIhl'oi oxcfpt miuli ns n ro
WELL WATER GUARANTEED IN FORTY FEET !
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Buy a good residence
lot in ideal location .
while prices are low
For narticulars annlv
at the office of the
From $10 lo f 21 nir wvuU, Md'opltnir
to room, Including lioxpltal euro and
For further Information atlilrujm
DRS. FERGUSON & REUTER,
Tiie Dalles, Oregon.
WATER AT 8 FEET
C. Sothman Struck Bonanza in
Dry Gulch Near pound Butte
The report came In from Round
Butte yesterday that J. C. Sothman lias
Mruck water iu the (.'iiloh just below
hiB house at a depth of eight feet, and
that the supply appears tohesuiTideut
for all ranch purposes. The story Is
brought in by JamesKaap, who helped
fink the well.
Mr. Sothman began binking the
well the iirnt of the week in a dry
gulch on Mie side of Hound Butte,
leading down to Willow Creek. After
working only two days they struck a
stream of water which appears to be
.strong enough to supply plenty of
water. Over two hundred . gallons
were pumped out in the afternoon
after striking the stream, and the
same amount was pumped out next
morning, in addition to the water
pumped for the stock, without empty-j
lug the well. If the flow oj water is
permanent, which it has every indi
cation of being, Mr. Sothmau hai
struck a bouauza.
Mr. Sothman has a tine quarter sec
tlpu on the north slope of Round
Butte. IBs brother has recently come
from Minnesota and settled upon an
adjoining quarter within an uusur
veyed tract, The finding of vater
will greatly increase the value of the
ranches iu that immediate section.
RANCH FOR SALE OR TRADE
Good stock farm in Lane and Douglas
counties; loo acres of rich bottom land;
pood pasture for ioo head cattle; soil rich
nnd productive, requiring no irrigation;
finest of water and climate ideal; health
fulness of locality unsurpassed; no insect
pests in garden or orchard; fish and game
plentiful. A bargain at $4,000; closest
inspection invited. ."Will either sell, or
trade for wheat land in this section. In
quire of John McTaggart or Max Lued-
demann, Madras, Oregon.
We desire in this manner to express
our heartfelt thanks for many kindnesses
shown us by neighbors and friends, during
the last illness and at the death of our
liusband and father,
mks. Jesse White,
Vlndras, Oregon, April 29, 1907. ,
John E. Reiclien, a son of
John Tteichen who resides
just south of Madras, was a
member of the team which rep
resented Willamette University
in the debate with a team from
Whitman College, of Walla
Walla, Wash. The question
debated was, "Resolved, That
the passage of the 15th Amend
ment has not been justified,"
Willamette University uphold
ing tue ainrniative ana gaming
a unanimous decis'on. The
team which lepresented Wil
lamette is said to have been the
strongest which ever repre
sented that university in a de
bate. Julyi E. Reichen is a
member of the Class of '09,
College of Liberal Arts, at the
Willamette N University. The
judges at tne aenate were:
Judge C. E. Wolverton, Judge
R. S. Bean and Committsioner
W. T, Slater, Governor Cham
Full blooded White Leghorn eggs, 75c
per setting. Leave all orders with
Charles Dizney, Mrs. M. K. Bradford,
COW FOR SALE
Fresh milch cow for fftle. Fpr par
ticulars inquire of Dave Peck at ranch
on Opal Prairie, m2-23
Boss Buker was thrown from ahorse
which he was riding near the Eagles
ranch , last Tuesday, and sustained
quite, painful injuries. Two ribs were
broken, and he was otherwise hurt.
The fractures were reduced Tuesday
evening, and he is resting easy today,
Information was received here tills
week of the death of Mrs. Frank
Lucas atMartlnez, Arizona, on April
20, Mrs. Lucas was well known lo
the earliest settlers on Agoncy Plains,
where her husband was one of the
first to enter a homestead. For sever
al years past they have resided in
Arizona on account of the illness of
Mrs. Lucas, who suffered from tuber
culosis, The Lucas homestead, which
adjoins the Martin Tratt homestead ou
the south, is iu contest now,
A steam laundry outfit for
the Warmspring reservation
passed through Tygh Saturday
Another evidence that our red
skinned brother is taking up
"the white man's burden".
Tygh cor. The Dalles Optimist
Carries a full line of clean
fresh drugs, perfumes and
FRED d. DAMON
TIME TABLE HO. 10.
Effective July 3, 1901.
1 1 m
8.1H I (.111
Hay C Jo
For rates and other Information apply to
A. L. CRAIO, General Pamiermpr Agt.,
E. J. WiLgoN, Amt SJmi:!lfo. Ore,
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LAND SCRIP FOR SALE
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laml without rwldpnre or ImprotronutHt, t
iovet market prleen. Write tn lor tall pF
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Preueli .1: Co., Mnkera.
HUDSON LAND COv.
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BAY PERCH fi RON STALLION
Will niaketliH cis.111 until .Inly 20
afu(iowM: At Mailriw, &loti4y.
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TKfOI; MslnjrU-service; 810
scngoti;$15 to lusur.
Peter Marnach, Owner
rrenlilent Theodore lUjoterelt
vreo-rrealUept CfiHrlts W I'sirbosk
Bocrotary o( femte llllbu Ilooi
eeretitry of Treasury Qeorge K Cotlyou
aeereiHry 01 interior j jt OitrnsM
Secretary of War V II Tali
Secretary of Xavy (,' J Jlonajwuis
Secretary of Cowtneree Osear fttraiws.
oatroamer ueuorai Gao Von Mlerei
Attorney Oeneral ww II Mnwlr
Seoretary of Agrioulture Jme WIImu
C'0-uriwt Oeorgs 15, Churoberitt
Heeratary of Slate j. V. Jjenaou
'r"urt'r O A Mict-I
Attorney General a Jl CrAu f,.i
8upt. I'uhlle Instruction J n Aiiliertn.t,
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