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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1907)
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CROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. AUGUST 15, 9'07.
NO., 52 i
ISfeyv Sprang: foods
Now rfegdy for Iyectlon
U. 8. COMMISSIONER
MA I) It AH OlUIOON
Our grocery line is edgtc. Rcmcml
wc enn handle nil yofof k that
for market, at the hpges. Cbmc
and talk to us
LENA M. WLB,
g ft. IIAKOLI) CIAKKK
01 klinlMif Duntnl Work i roonljo price
(YAX LUEDDEMANN "
(j C. COLLVEf?
JUWflCK OP 7IIB I'EACS
J. W. French, Pro. Hi A. Mooro, VlcoPrf, T. "urlburt, Cad
EASTERN OREGON BANK OQMPANY
FOHEICH EXCHANGE BOUCHD SO
DRAFTS OH ALL PART8 OF WOS
Cipllal Stock, 25,000
A. E. GROW
f M f R I 1 1 O It
pui.,n v '.fnliiM. in hr tuft Ull.. 3 1
swu.ia. ; fill
PHYSICIAN & SURCEOU
Orth In Utuk BUite.
Jt H- HAHEK
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES
'ire Inmrnncfl, I4fe Imurane. Burety Ilonili
Ildiil Ktat, CmtvoyniioIiiK
JR. A. A. OURRIS .
Dl.maHM cntvil without drill's or urcry
iKttKticUi iirtnpatlii , U u now w isw-
f li'-itlum. Clint lo onren a
iiw.inUy. ( oiisiiltutioii I' co.
Ut'lmi'iici'.s nlvi'ii to pininliioiit parties of
I lilt orii, OutKo.i.
Ofiicc In Attains UnlMliiK
YJADRAS, ' OREGON
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T. M. iUl.KWIX. CmIiI-t
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NO. 3051 .
he First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE. OREGON
I'npltnl, Surplus Hint Cnillvlileil
GOVERNOR AND PARTY
Studying Conditions In
Fodorol and Stato Officials Will Judge
Folrnoss of Now Contracts of
D. I. & P. Company
I --t mora' mm izzzemss&rvwm i
BEAUTIFUL Iffik ' I
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I TO EAC H O hfe'S)jlSTOM ERS J
. j i.k ras H
1,3 ii without doubt tlf? PcVer madi to our many patrons, and
t sensible. d most useful premium
sccufe m beauliul A set on our
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P'-dbyany, This Jto
y ar )lan not come vory ofi . Wdu ll,al yu avail yurclf
; of opportunity to sccurJ a sct wpf gJjWfi will have enough to
I every family, We . "Vwj .fcithtion lo every 'mini
tjlr'adi'd by Uovurmir Cham
h'tlain, a pit of prmniinMii
Main uiki h'liHiui olliuiMis elf
til MdiHB Saliiid;iy evniiiiig.
mi jlifir way to Bund to invn"
lining aiiM study iriigaMon
enifdiiioiM in iln DeHcliuinr.
(!tiiim. TIih party, whicl
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iin:iiiu'u in auuiiion io me
(Joveiiior, John T. Wliinller of
tli Giv'i iittiem reulamatioii
"-ivitv, Main EiiKiiifer John
LmWi? Special Agent Men
lnifl'of the interior dapurtiiini.
P. S. Stanh-y of the Desehuteh
Li filiation & Pouvr Company, J
L'j. bawiuii ol iiend. and . two
newspaper iejirej:eatati ves ol
Portland, npeut the night here,
lii;etidiiig on the journey to
Bend on Sunday. Thonian B.
Nniin w.sen, "peci.il iiLspeotor ol
ilio interior department, who
expected to aciompany the
early, was delayed in'Portlaud.
lit jiassed thiuiigh Tiiesda.t
niuht on hi way to Bend to
jin lhe pain-.
Both siate and federal offi
cials will maUe a CoinplHi ih-
vestigati'Mi of (lie iriigatit)u
rojcia on the Desclntten, in
I tiding b tli the D. I & P.
Company and the Columbia)
Southern Irrigation Cumuanv.
I'lie purpose of the ini'ustiga
lion is to detei mine the charac
ter of iI'k canal syMem already
Constructed ami under proces
of constrtiotion, the quantity ol
water sumilv available, the
aliitj of land befoie and aftei j
eclamatiou, and with thi'
knowledge, to determine tlie,i
iirnese of the new contract:
recently entered into between
die State Land Board and th
nig irrigation company) wnere
ny tne tten ot tne nrigaiioiil
t'-mpanv wjis inc1 reused from
MO an acre to &o an acre, tlu
liter price c u iying with it th
i . : . . ..p.i... i .i
wiieisiup i)i mo sytsteiu UV lllel
t tiers npcii the laud.
The parly will uponA
i nioi.y on-'"
No better table in Cen-
jur wants will be courteously
GETTING READY TO HAUL-
Freight Train to Shaniko Will
Sdon Be Given a try-Out
NO REASON TO DOUBT ITS SUCCESS'
LOOKING AFTER WHEAT
Judge Bourhlll of Sherman County
Visits Madras Country
George Bourhill, county judge
of Sherman counlv, lilld rcpi'i
ien'ativeof W. A. Gordon &
Company at Grass Valley,
reiit several layn in thitr
locality the latte)- part of last
week, looking ; in to i t lie grain
Hiuiation in tbjs Hectiou. While
here he drove over Agency
PlairiH. Liiih,1 PlaiiiH, Haystack
and Methodist Hill districle
with a. u. baiiKMU. in Bpenu- A. Thomson and J; V. Col-
n ni tioiw iw I...O I iiis, w 1 1 o a re interestea in tne
'helirst he he Ikih made, Mr. roa(i ,ra pt0jHci for the tranS-
lentil inn saiu: "i nave onei. pnation of freight between
heard good repoits of the t,,i3 p.lCH m Xiiiud , were m
'Agency-riaiiiM country', out l ,wn ,ile tf.g, ()f Hie weaKin tho
l il tint If in i iv fill 1 1 .f I n I u 1-frn I .... ..!. ' I .
or as good a country da ill in it
A. Thomson of Prlriovlllo Sacks
Entorprloe Flont5 of Freight to"
Keep Big Outfit Busy
interest of their new enterprise.
Mr. Collins has recently re-
You have as In rue an area of ,rnpi frm smnlffnn n-ilifne-
nia, where he purchased for the
has. and u secnon that if coiiiimny the lame traction
capable of an imnleiire prociuc LnghiM and the cars to be nsedr
lion when fully developed. 1 whidh xvill be shihoa' in a few
am more than pleased wiih ays und u ti iul trip aTildtt over
yotll . I.u rorirl.s ;is snon jis tlu nntHfi
what I have
When inquiry was made ol
t i . i .1
iir. I5.uiiiiii reuarnitiir me
price of wheal this season ai
olianilco. he said he could iioi
say just 3'et what price wheal
would open at lliere, nu ijp
thought it would be ''n th
iietghborhood of 70 cents. W
. Got don & Company, whotn
lie rej. resents, wilf buy a
Sh.iniKo this seasotii and JIi
Botirhill staled that he thought
lie or two oilier companies
wuiiid alfeo buy ihere,
UMATILLA WHEAT DAMACED
Much wheat was damaged in
matilla county b' the heavy
a ns of iast week, and the los;
s aid to amount uu into ih
liousauds. The principal
lamaue was sustained by th
I'armers in the Athena and Wes
ion iieU'liborhoocls, where the
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laniiiL'H i o estimated at iroiti
ih tee to five bushels per acre.
il'lie loss was -not due to
Wenching, but almost entireh
fo the straw falling, the straw
Deing sottetied l' the ram and
arnves. It the trip is ouccess-
ully made, and from" t their
ut!cess over similar roads in
other localities' there is no
leasou to doubt it, the regular
service of the road train wilf
begm at once.
Mr. Thomson, who was until .
tecently a member of th lirni
f Wuizweiler & Thomson, of
Priueville, is at the head of the
eiiierpriae. He is recognized
as a careful, conservative bust-
iir-sa man, and his connection"
witli the venture is a guarantee
hat the feasibility of the
project had been considered
ironi all standpoints. He.
stated while here th-tt he be-
ives that the siiccegsftil oper
ation of the road train over the
toads between this place and
Slmniko will be demonstrated
y I he trial trip to be made as
oon as the outfit arrives.- He
isis also carefully estimated the.
milage in sicht, and believes
Jtat the surplus grain to be j
nauied to the railroad, and the
'reight of mi.cellaueous char
acter to be hauled back, will
It he heavy heads of the giain them all they can handle.
u down. While con If the service proves a success.
iMdeiaoie rain leu, little damage
lunula have leMllted in ordl
:iaiy eais. similar reports
..me Irout seciions of Eastern
Washiiigion, although the
damage was iioi ho utvat.
ROAD WILL BE FIXED
ind there is need for auother
train, it will be supplied. The
eomoailV is ironic nitn tlm
freighting business and isgoiug
to bo prepared to handle it.
The train wiO be run night and
f -lay, in ordei to make A. triv)
The att.ntion of Road Super P'uch way in twenty four lion're;
tisor Livingston has been called '''"""g tw days fdl
(i the condition nf rim v., nil iuud trip.
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ending up to Agetibv Plains. 1 uo inuisportation com
Inch is full of chiiok hbles and l)tiu3' 18 assured of the hearty
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Odes. Mr. Livinuston savs "i- ousinessiilen and
hat the load will be fixed ai ,n,mers of hia locality for "their
face and that he lias delayed' H,,tPri80. It will afford a
oing so beoadsw of his inabil- 'Jhd improvement in our
in to get men to wont the road "onvra iuki a great sav-
travel is being hauled nijw to ino " the iu coifiing freight
ill the chuck holes, and the Mate, which will be considerably
load will be put in first-D as- I oVer tli n ii i ?iwi iCvwrJfl
o'idition. Ii should be ketu Wnin.ii,, s :
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ytiopof l'.A. irantilton opposite
p tml tlint pleuRCsi
f - Madras, Oregon
that condition as it is
llie most tiequetitlv
hen the grain begins to move
O' I tariiiers null inurnl fu it .,A.V;ivl
ueqt e.mv traveieo XwaUvi Uie ,nmkelil ' cf
this end of h6 County, yva large grain crop. ' "fv
travel will increase' jb w'1'' ,-kt
felARH AND HAY IURN
BILL PERFECT OREOON TRUNK SURVEY . we7S w. liauef, who Uytfsffe
iiiiiua ciiiiiii in iiiih n ana , a
Kobort Ron loft t'orthulil IWlav, tUH Uilftfut tUtlU to losu' hi
lornhur, with u crow of Surveyors, -to b.uril and abbtlt thirty lows of
b ovop the line ..ml perfect ib, loenjidji hay,1 bv lire- last Ttiefld.. v vul
(aipPregon Trltnk Ltue.iif, the ,Tj,a. , !
pmtoc ctuiydn. Tlioy will atnrt nt thi-. . . UJD luv l "oi khowh,
louth of the DeochUtoa uud ro over the 1,111 Ms believed to hkve V6r
Hire aurvoy to this place, oxpoctlng to 8ulte,d from oarelaasns'a with
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rvny ifortlie purpose di iktfki'Ufa I ,ua VJl "' aiOHQ will
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