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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1907)
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MADRAS, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY. AUGUST 8, 1907.
New Spring1 Goods
Now ready for inspection
Our grocery line is complelci Rcmcmbcf
we can Imndlc all your stock that is ready
for market, at the best pribc3i Come
and talk to us
Harness and IS INDEPENDENT LINE "oad tbampobchased
LENA M; LAM,B,
U. S. COMMISSIONER
QiJ. II A HOLD CliAUKK '
All klnilndf Dental Work at reasonable price, I
Beltine:. Lace Leather
Whips, Bridles, Halter3
I'ino Handmade Ilarrtcsa fiilly guaran
teed! made frdm beat California Oak
tunned harness leather
Oreaon Trunk- Readtf td Build
Without Hill or H'arrlfnkh
Outfit Now on the Way from Sari
Francisco Begin In Three Weeks
B. S. LARKIN
0 C. COLLVER
lumen or tub I'kack
J.W. French, Pros. H. A. Moore, Vlca-Proei F.T. Hurlfaurt, Cashier
EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY I
FOflEICH EXGHANCE BOUGHT AND SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
CtplUI Stock. S25.000 rr-M
oopetiu. 5230,000 SHAN I KO, OR EGO N
A. E. CROSBY
I' H 0 1' 111 KTU n
rtfr)ei f ton rie Mae ol timet. Medicine. Chemicals. Ilotitoliold Kfiiuedle.
fnijiiU'S"n ifu nmi I'lioto 8uijlle. Country JUII Ordiirs I k'VW ray personal
iStatua A iiluaui in clmrgUi Hafe delivery jfUaMiitfct-d. Your prtMcrJ jllo
erKr ij "i: M'Uulno and- Pt Ietrocr., 8toek,Ki0d mid UIp of nil klmli.
'M'rfor EiiuBn itoiiBk. iiotu 'Phones. VviiolimAle AMI) lorr-An
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office In bruit Store.
M. C. MASON
Real Estate, Insurance
AIho mxkf'HH Mti'ciil'v of
in all lines, (-fllce In Uiuuks
HrotlictH' luruiture store
'Leo LaFolIctto of J?rincviIIe was ill
town Monday evening on-, his way to
Shaniko. Mr. LaFollptto is one of tlfq
FINAL PL'ANS UNDER CONSIDERATION P"'c being organised to carry freight
between this biace and Shaniko, ilo
sayjj lhal Jbtj equipment for tho road
traih has been purchased and whT'bc
shipped irt at oncc',. and' the company', .
expects to begin " op'ernlions withiA .
three weeks. Mr. j. W. Collins, an
other member of tho company, haa
been jersonally invcstigatirithe opera
tion of almilar road trains in California'.'
h. Ji. Urav-. ono Ol tuc party 01 and he aava that there ih no nucstion
lit 1 ' ' L 1.-1 .1-1 . . . i ' ..
oeaiiic capuaiiHiH nero recenny, jioiub auoui tne fiuccessiui operation ot tuc
out a promise of the immediate con- traction engine aiid train over the roads
atruction of the line up the' foeachutcH. between this place and Shaniko. Mr.
The following interview, published in Collina is now returning with the tig.
the Seattle Post'-Intelligenccr, will be of freighting outfit consisting of aW-horge-
interest to our reaucrs:
"I have juat returned from an mves
tigation'of the line of the proposed
L. H. Gray, One of the Seattle Party
Rocently Hero, Talks Interestingly
About Deschutes Railroad
power engine and air large wagons
capable of carrying ten tons each.
j; H. HANEK
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES
t'ite Insuraco, T.Uu IniurAnco, Buret)' Ilondi
Ittal Kttate, ConruyenclDg
QR. A. A. BURRIS
Diseases cured without drugs or Mttrgcry
uy magnetic ostcopatny, mo new sc.eiicc
of tlrutfluss Healing. Cliroi.lc cases n
-pcclalty. Consultation tree.
Heferencm given to prominent parties of
Ofhce In Adhuis Dullditlg
yAN TASSEL & DAVIS
REAL ESTATE, LOCATING
Office In the Pdat Ofrice Building
THE DALLES .HOSPITAL
Oregon Trunk Line railroad from The
Dalles to lichd, and you can say that
there is ho doubt that the road will be
I built." aaid L. II Gray of L. II. Gray &
Co., yesterday. "The articles of incor
poratioii'Will be secured within 10 days.
Wo will hold a meeting of those who
inspected the property, including W. F.
VV J. Buckley passed through town
Monday, with the pump, and casing for
the new deep .well at Redmond. This
cll, the first one drilled by the 1). I. &
f Co., is 450 feet deep. The town will
be supplied from the well, a complete
pumping plant with a gasolene engine for,
TO THE FRONT
AN EASY WAY TO AIVESTtSE MAW
RESOURCES 6F THE STATE
And Tell Our Eastern Friends
About The Superior Opportu
nities We possess
OF PRINEVILLE. OREGON
II. r. Allks. I'rwldem.
T. M. nii.riwj.v, Caihler.
Will WurxWeiLKB Vlco I'nJ.
II. IIiliii;, Ant. Cashier.
mt t si in il
niR urat Nannna mm a private hospital
(or tlie treatment of all medical and
Htirgical diseases, except such as are
I'roniB f ATIxiMTS MAX EMPLOY TUL1K
TrninliiL' School for nurses In connec
tion. Kor Inforniutlou coneeruiut; tlin
Hunie audreas riupt. of Nurses.
From $10 to $21 per week, according
to room, Including hospital care ami
ESTABLISHED 1 8D6
Surplus nnd Uudlvlded
DINNER SET of 42 Pieces
TO EACH OF OUR CUSTOMERS
This is, without doubt, the finfcst offer ever made to our many patronS, and
vve know that it will be appreciated as the most sensible and most useful premium
ever placed by any finrn This opportunity to secure so beautiul a sc( on our
popular plan does not comb very oftety so we sUggdst to y6ii that you avail yourself
f this opportunity to secure" a set while they lasti and we wll have" bnough to
Supply every family. We exterid otlr most wplcome invitation lo every manj
Woman and child to come to dur store immediately and sed tile eti bn disylay.
Monogram Dlnn6r Sets are ail the rage so come and sed themi choose your
tosigii and learn how to secure a set containing 42 piddesi ,
For further Information address
DRS, FERGUSON & REllTER,
The Dalles, Oreeon.
W. i M A. ROBINSON & COMPANY
President , Theodore Kooieveli
Vleo-Prldr , .Charles W Faltbanki
Becretnry of&utc Elihu Hoot
Sccriitary otTreanurjr Ocorgo U Corteljrou
Secretary of Interior, Js R Oarttold
Secrotary qt W&r j, W II Tuft
Secretary of Navy.. O J llouaparte
Scjurctary ol :oaimerce .... Oscar Btrausa
I'oitmnttor Central Geo Vou I. Myer
Attornsy Gdnoral. .....Win II Moody
(Secretary of Asrloultyr Jnmuj Wilton
aorernor.i 'j aorg E. dhhmbdrlalu
booratarybl State F. V, Hanson
Nelson, li. DeVere, G eorge Danz, D. J power, being installed now for the purposed
l t .!.. ' n t r t t t l if
.1. lirmiiiHrin. i. - jIihiiiult'. i 1. i . i ' '
Gregory and myself, some day next
l week, and we will then make our final
plans for the work.
"This line when Luity will bo approxi
mately 125 miles in( length, and will
open up one of the most fertile sections
in the Isortuwest. It will not be a Hill
lin nor will It be a Harriman line. The
party of Julius Kruttsclmitt was in the
section looking over the line up the
Deschutes River just a day before we
got there. The Harriman people, have
put in stakes along the river, but our
stakes were there first and we have
already filed our locations.
"The road will be absolutely . Inde
pendent; . It will connect at The. Dalles
with the Oregon Railroad & Navigation
Company's line and also with the North
uanK roau on tne north siue ol the
"It is expected that it will cost from
13,000,000 to .GOO.OOO,. and will have
no grade over one percent. The canyon
of the Deschutes River has alwavs
hitherto proved a barrier .to railroads
uesinnii 10 lap uns countrw but our
engineers, under the direction of Mr,
iMeison mmecll a pathtinuer have at
last discovered a--way to penetrate it.
e have been working on this prop
osition for the past 18 months, and Mr,
Nelson, tho originator of tho idea, and
Mr. Gregory, the promoter of the com
pany, have been tireless in their efforts
to interest us. Three mcp have al
ready promised $050,000 of the neces
"Thecountry through which the road
will run is ono of the most .fertile wheat
regions in the worid, equallingv if not
surpassing, the great fields of
Dakotas and Minnesota.
'We are now awaiting Mr. Nelson's
return from Portland, and when he
arrives we will hold a meeting to con
sider the final arrangements for the
road's construction. It will bo built,
however, and it will bo built by the
peoplo mentioned, and not by Hill or
HAIL EXTENDS NORTH
Antelope) Country Suffers From
Storm Which Passed Over Madras
Tho hail storm which struck tliia sec
tion Wednesday of last week extended
on north with more or less severity be
yond tho Antelope country. Reports
brought from Antelope this week state
thatj as ih this section, tho hail fell only
m narrow areas 'there-, but that wher-
Treamar o a steol ever it fell hutch daniagb Was done to
Attoruoy General...; AM Crawford standing grain, Several fields of rim
Sunt 1'nlilln In.tr.intl,..! I I, i. j. It . ... .. .
' ' , i u ,Mmnnov .t It lit, ft- i..
t t a m.
Pttlry.Wid Food DomntUiilOuer J Hallov "U"""B. u,,v "u !8lraw ,,omB ,0"'
u 8 ifcuatora i o V Kuiton throughout tho territory, between this
1 - iJiiournujr place ami
CoMgrckimen I nawiey
it ii cum
Ahtelopo -ropbrts nro
Tho area on, which tho hail
Ou.ADril 2!)tl) last tll Orpfnniiin
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'riend a good thru, but of heluiuif to
stimulate the growth and nrosimrltv
Don't forget that comniHiniiW
September 1st aud Contiuuuur" dSllv
or ifvo mouths, tickets willb ouealo
t almost every railroad station in the
ISrtstioail puluta in Utumu,
N'orthwest at what has couih tn ,..
pularly known tta "eidoiust rates."
l'hese rates are the oheatiot ttnerul
long diHtiuoe rates evar established,
tun utiMUiu one to reaeh Oreaon imui
auy part of the Uufied Stutea hi hut a
t,e iriuo more than one centa mile. Thev '
fvU Urn the Kreatettlliiueiiiivu to eoloniza-
SEVENTH JUDlOiAt Diaf RIOT
ImtRB V.l .V L Bradihaw
I'roseouttUe Attoriiey frank Muiiefeo
BunMma Juda J1".?0 WVH not ovct a nul Wide, Uxtendtug lon aud progre6sVe home bttiMing of
1 s (TQiuiiay irtheast ,ahd southwest for many '" known anoy and if thoredtlotw,
miiea, imnougn irreguiarlyv iiiasauHneu resuleut of tho Ei Is uiudo
Wliile lio damage In this section Was "' know beforehand the ail vmi tnirtJM tiu
great wherever the hall fell-, It'wua for- Joy here-, the nrdhlm la solved. "
orook COUNTY luimuuy not wwety matrlhuted. Boveral "" l" tr empir will continue to
JudgB...., ; . ...w a itell i'iiors, however, who wero unfortu- luuvo'dliy westward.
0,ki ' Warren lirown hmtely in its path, lost a'utost their ia the time to spread the gosnel
Sheriff..,, ,..rrahk Klkllia eiitlm imiw nf..r,.l.,. n.l i , lnifM,,,,,., ...... , . . 1 f
il::.... . V V-.J.?"8 Mil vet-V keen.Uiaanbdintmi.h,. In fi. heeded bv thn iiiv,u
rtcur ,vw.. jfi.aroueuo v. w ., 1 - , ... KU iuiu
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'? A i te-l ldw,,,e weob'8 "Wrm therd lias boeh w'Uiy InUuenCe toward th H."
BBS airna hauto Umotig tho raiichora to u bulldldg of our Btate. Hhm.i ti. V
Kutoher preoINot tlloIr 8?j,hct for fourot a rccturtMe o your uerit Oreou RailroHd is, Mavl-
:. .. J a !am 1,10 lla" atorlii, yhtch Is tho,.nnly;aoujrcQ htionCotageut,Qrto Wia, XaHmtmr
"'j - ...Jk juju from thfclt dftinnfio to tho won can General riger Agnut, rmtitJdr v
ttWr .& Uuloa coniu now. x Orwoii .