The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current, August 22, 1907, Image 1

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ART & BYE
MADRAS, OROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY; AUGUST 22. 1907.
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New Spring Qoodif
Now ready for inspectijrl
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Our grocery line is complete' Remember
. tve can handle all your stock that is fcridy
for market, at the best priest ,.;.Cornt in
and ta(k to us
..LENAM;LAATB,
Mkdras Oregon
(traHk osbqfiN
U. S. COMMISSIONER -
' ' tdwtiJlto Building
MAIJUAB '.- dilKOON
QB. ItAKOLU CLABKit
DENTIST
All klmltol Douui Work nt reMOnib'le ptfeei.
I'lUHKVILLK, OBKd OH
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MAX LUEDDEMAHH
NOTARY PUBLIC
MADRAS OREGON
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C. COLLVEF?
NOTARY PUBLIC
Jcrnct or thk I'iacs
CUL.VKU I'RfctUNCT
CUUVER
OREGON
J. W. FrericH, Pres. H, Ay M6ore, VICe-'PrcB, F.f. Hurlbuf't, Cafehlar
EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOUGHT AHD SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PART8 OF THE WORLD
Capita! Stock. $20,000
Deposits, $$30,000
SHANIK6, OREGON
A. . CROSBY
l' It Ol'UIET O B
POSTOFPIGE PHARMACY
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i irric iv comjuM Line of llrtiK, Mlio(ne, Chfe'riUraU, Hounchold KemedliV,
iKKiib' HHifilrloa Mid l'liuio'Siijiitlle. country JUII.OrVler I kvmt ier6iul
Attention it lfft.timtu in charitc fiofn' delivery (ftmrsntti'd. Your refttIjtlon
.iy oiii-pinlt. HtrjclinliTe nd Pent Dtntroyor. Ptoclc FMbdi idid l)Io( All klifdj.
,rft fur i:inuu Kddt. flnUi '('limit. WIIOI.BBALB ANli UCTAIL,
it SNOOK
PHYSICIAN . & SURCEON
Officii Irt Drug Storo,
MAD HAS
OREGON
J( H. HANER
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES
HOT ABY rUDUC
Fire Inturnc, Wfe Iniurtncr, Surety Jlond
HCm.1 EaUtc, Couvejnoin
1'IUHBVII.LB. OBEOOH
QR. A. A. BURRIS
MAGNETIC OSTEOPATH
Diseases currd rithout drugs or surcery
by iiiamiellc osteopathy, tiio nevr sc enw
of (Iril.'le.is tifiilliiK. Chronic caies a
(ilccla(ty. Consultiulon nee.
ItolerencfSKlven to prominent parties of
IIIIUloro, Uicroii.
Ofticc in Ada'uu Bulldlhg
MADRAS, OREGON
PILE DALLES,
OIIEQON
II. T. Xuis, I'mldent.
' T. IS. AtDWiK, cuhlcr.
Wut.WctiwwLiii, Vice l'rei, i . -
if. iliLCTiM, At. Culiier.
NO. 3051.
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE, OREGON
I
ESTABLISHED 1888
rplUI, fcurplut nd fndlTldid
$100,000.00
J'roflti.
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BEAUTIFUL MONOGRAM
INNER SET of 12 Pieces
TQ EACH OP OUR CUSTOMERS
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This is, ,yjthout doubt, the finest, oHer eyef mttdcTo our many patrons, and
we know that it will bQSnpreciated aUhJ,mosLsensibleancl most useful premium
ever placed by any firm. This opporturiity to secure' so: "beauliul a sol on our
, popularlan docs not c'om very often, so; We suggest to tou that you avail yourself
of this i opportunity to secure aset while they lastj anNvd' will have, enough to
supply cVery family, . "Ve. extend, oiir m.st welcdme" Ajnyitution to every man,
womSn apd child to dome to oifr tore immediately ancl s"Qei the sets on disylay.
Motiogram Dinner Sets arc all the rac, so come. . an"dt',se,e them; choose y6ui
tlesigi'ijijcl learjvnv to scdUr a set containing 42 pieces '-
GOVERNOR IS SATISFIED
With Conations oh D. I. & Pi
Company Segregation
SEHLEflS SLAD OF INCREASE OF LIEN
Work Vf Roolalrrilnu Crook Count
Desert Is Prooesdlno In Gootl
Fslth Say Executive '
ttovernor Ohariiberlnin lias
returned from hiif trip of in
Hpection to the Bend country,
and In lhtei views' given to the
PortlUnd papers, freely states
his Biuiafactiou over the prog
resa being made by th6 big
irrigation company engaged
in reclaiming the Crook County
"desert.?! Handicapped as it is
by lack of transportation facili
ties, that section has neverthe
less developed in the lust two or
three years from a barren
waste into a populous agricul
tural district, with many acres
of 1 a'nd already under ditch and
growing large crops of grain
and forage.
governor Chamberlain was
in Crook County a year ago.
since which time the tran&posi
lion from desert waste into pro
ductive farm land has been
truly remarkable in the Des
chutes country, and lie ex
pressed himself as thoroughly
satisfied with conditions as he
found, them. In an interview
in u Portland1 paper regarding
the project of the D'eschutes
Irrigation & Power Company,
he is quoted as saying:
"The company has spent a
tremendous amount of money
in building its.irrigation works,
and so far as I found, they have
complied with their s(ate .con
tract to the letter. I talked
with dozens of settlers on the
irrigated lands and found that
they were pleased with the
increase in the lien price. The
company was doing its work
there at a financial loss, and
the opinion was expressed by
settlers that they were glad if
the lieu price' had been placed
at such a figure as would repre
sent the cost of the irrigation
work."
RAILROAD BUILD1KC IN THREE MONTHS
While the federal and state
"officials were at Bend last week,
on their tour of investigation,
the Bend Commercial Club had
a special meeting, nt which
Governor Chamberlain and
other members of the party
wore invited to speak. What
rrMSfmssjii siin W If-' ''
M. C. MASON
J. W. & M, A.
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Real Estate, Insurance
Collections
AU5 iuitursu speolaUy of
Auctioneering;
In i)U lines. Ollloo in I.otiolca.
ilrotliertt (urnlturo store
MAU1US,. ..s-ORKUOX
y AH TASSEL &tDAyiS
REAL ESTATE, LOCATING
&! INSURANCE .
in tin V "t uftvv UniMiiii;
the Governor and of lief mem P H r i TO
bers said ivas interesting, bu'EllflLil i U
mution camefhmi . S. StatUnr f r
of the Denchuies Irrigjit'0dei"
Power Company, who !o opportu
gufibd tliiTKmliBohj.jJ orstBr
over the rich plainsjmaii and my
urego ana wi. JoeQ advlBlng cpn
prediction that Tr have taken matt
s.. ,'ilf i, In T,.-nds and wo arc go
...i, n., h-em. no n on man wi
Side of the fin work with anyone ri
, " our organization, a
llliee inorilUtf. lat tomorrow mornln
takeii from the 'nesB of the week b
- ' :e will become unlve
report or the fQt go half way in th
Commercial Ql.tllTh Btrike has boe51
important part Onctlon of the natlona-fW
(Mr SjhtiImv n' are now working li
""''Othl
n .. ... .i. : - VEA
UO,, was Hie nexcious unions tnrougn-i
depriherl hnVflv have done ,n call,n
aescriDea Dn-iiy Tlth our hearty co.
by the company
. . ament was made by
points for luture raa8a meeting of the
(Ul. the segreeatiohers held in Brand's
.. , , (ternoon. The hall
the people glad by. song and so great
he was Confident lfor accommodations
. , , Ired of the striking
8truction would be ,able to gain admit
OIl this Side of t!nd,6 and remained
. , . , . the vicinity until
Within three mouthy arrivals had left
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MAY CANCEL CCfednatythemee"?ng
2tary Quick. Mr.
e strikers that his
Sulta Will Be Brought their disposal,
financially. "We
l our own treas-
it Is at your dis-
k i. r Is ours, and we
As a result of the unU, th'e end.
Columbia Southern ;
vestigation by state ameeting the 320
, -.- .1 mployed by com-
al authorities of thiwlres wag he(1.
irrigation enterprises brokers, news
0 , 1 Aercial organiza-
Deschutes country, t3 big packing
are to be brought aga,ted- r!s?iu"
, , . glaring that this
Columbia Southern Jerpald and that
Company for the pufabneda80d g
straightening out the aa telegraphers.
ortTTmon... n,n,nMt the private-
ouwy. present their
the
Settlejlr employers,
cancelladonSl1 fJ
interests of
securing a
patent already given twin ask for a
12.000 acres of- landfthe press aB
company operates on tbir request at
side of the Deschutes' hourB1 to
secures water for irrigatfcned"ie PrQ-
wggic for six
laud from the Tum'alo; an nt3 an hour
be distinguished fromcon,stitute, a
t . -ia hour for
Deschutes Irrigation & imployed by
Company, whose affairs newspapers
r . . . , for $30 a
luvestlgation shOw to tr overtime,
first-class condition. ech a
The principal .cause of to every
. ki.. r .if., nin In the
uuuuioa ul iuo vmUll!1 Sunday
aouttiern company is tne 111 be ai
of a sufficient supply of wllh en0t
10 reclaim all of the laudonse, the
. . . , .a olllclals,
r Muii Qurrrurpnlinn inn r . .
"on ocbt6"i'u") oraerea
failure to supply the reQQaf -jg
amount of water has bron.tT
about much strife between?, s'at,es
, , , f lal- Tele-
eompnny and the settlers utiro in
the laud. Of the total of 27e
acres in their segregation, soner, and
time ago the company securtj6
a pateut to 12,000 acres j whiur men
-they reported as reclaims ,nslder
This patent the federal authon ther
ities will seek to have cancelled,,
Measurements made, during tint
recent investigation, of the ilpw
of water at the point where thevl
company diverts the water from of
the Tumalo show that the totalled
llowof the stream is not sufficient of
rtors
7EG0N
TA
211 interior point
GE
S
Prt"
c"i Outfit
and
RAVELING MEN
StonTKAL OREGON
ers' Y STAGE LIXE
the r
Gene.nd irrigated distriity VXI
hourffi's.- and baggage. Jfaat
meml ;i
ot VERTURFAget,
ceptaL,an'ko Oregon .
sell, o.
to a
Press ;
sonabh
cals on
consent to Tl
on the par'
and :quit t'
followed '
country 1
A serious ph
veloped yesterday an
Ing the nlsht when It
L1XUL 1 tXllL Uuu LCIlihtuiUM.
places wero tampering wt
at relay points. By
"plugs" froTQ the switchbo
croundlne the wires comnu
on a number of circuits wa.
ruptca ana in some lusiiiuuea
ly shut off.
From the developments of yt
day and last ijlght It seems co.
that the Orderyof Railway 1
graplers will support the commen
telegraphers In theV strike, and It
not Improbable that the railway t
graphers' organlzatlon'will Jje
more deeply Involved In tho s.v
should It be of lengthy duration.
.Vhlle thq strike at this time hw,
"the appearance and to some ext!nt v
the effect of a general striKe, sucn 13
not the case. A large numoer 01
commercial (operators are still at
their keys arid will not go out uniu
instructed to do so Dy rresiuuui.
Small, 1 . ,
In Portlanrl tne operators 01 mu
Western Union and Postal 'l eiograjin
Companies struck last nignt. mo
Western Union men were cant-u uu
by President Branin of the loca
union at 7:211 o'clock. The Posts
operators left! their keys at :4
o'clock. Both Istrlkers were very or
derly. The mlessenger boys struc
last night at 11 o'clock after holdlnj
n meetlnir at wlhlclr they formulate
a demand for a (considerable Increas
In pay.
to irrigate to exceed 5,000 acres,
and there are 7,000 acres of
irrigable land included in the
12,000 acres for which patent
lias already been secured. The
suit by the state will be for the
purpose of taking the segrega
lion out- of the hands of the
company and the bond-holders,
by cancllaiion of their con
tract, after which the state
could make a contract with a
new company to funfiah the
requisite water.
4 L. A. Young, of Sagebrush 'Springs
was in town yesterday.
Gf J. I (odder, representative o 'Jlaka
MqFgll Co., of Portland, is inteiviewlngfl
tilt; Altylms trade today. ,
" ' iVXehinau .md v de U t lutjtly
Lake were in tnva on l;uesUay,' Mrs,
I I .hrirni Innvimr nn tlf .ifiernrnr' pAviov.
on
ho
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n 30
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Ut
Fatal Flolods In Japan.
Victoria, B. CV., Aug. 13.
loss of life Is nlortod from !
Japan because of floods.. An
to advices recelvJggjp.
killed in all and
teritil
score of lives worW'i
ushlna, an Island dock
quake which desti
aud sent tho Islam ,
a panic. At TakIJ
subsided 20 feet aij
were killed and lit ''
nneso government
piles.
Bonds Go
Now York, Aug. 1
ond time within six
, flvNow York failed todt
largo Issues of 50-y
w v.?oiu Douus onorou ar
01
ssuos amounting
ilk J 'ytu uut'i i;u iuuu;, ,
W oftWmount of tho bids
te'iWWU.ouo. no promiu.
tl.tq; ixcopt on four or five 1.
uojio ri'iunll amounts. Further
(, 0 mado to dispose of tho
American Boat Wlri
liavft I
MMV" Rochostor, N. Y., Aug. 1
J'M'O'aiorlcnn dofondor of tho Ci
ing frump Seneca defoatod tho Cf
luduionaUoriBr Adolo today in tne
the races.
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