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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1907)
MAPRAS, CROQK COUNTY. OREQON, THURSDAY, OCTOB.ER 3. I9p7.
HARRIMAN IS BEATEN
WE WILL TAKE
IN TRADE AT
50 GENTS PER BUSHEL
I'nrtli'H knowing UiciuHclyrH inJchtcd in 111 pleanc brine.
lical, or nettle with rrmli.
1'riccH nro greatly reduced, uh wo uro planning to v
CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
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LENA M. LAMB
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Mt Hood Road to Build through
QR. UAItOM) CliAItKR
All kinds of Datum Work at reasonable prices,
ROAD IS BACKED BY CLARK M(LLI0NS
Connoctlrrg Portland and Stlt LaKe-
Llnkln a Now Trancon
Q G. COLLVEf?
Jinnee or tub I'kacb
yy H. SNOOK
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
W. Fronoh, Pros, H, A. Mooro, Vlco-Proc, F.T. Hurlburt, Caahler
EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOUCHT AND SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
A. E. CROSBY
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ul'IMi hmiiiriuH fi 111 j'jioio m tiiMii en. 10 mtrv iau urn cm 1 u vis mv norMm.
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Central Oregon is to have a
I'ailroad from an entirely unex
pected source, and thatas rap
idly as it can ho built, un
less all signs tail. While liar
riman lias been giving out his
interviews 'regarding' the im
practicability ot building into
Central Oregon at this time,
plans haw been perfected and
construction actually begun on
a line which pi onuses an imme
diate solution of the transpor
objective point is ostensibly the
base of Mr. Hood near Govern
merit Camp, but wliicji n re
u jry to be the connecting lirdt
in a new transcontinental line
with Portland as us western
terminus. Within the past few
days it bqtj developed that the
Mt. flood will be eXJullded
on across Central Oregon, and
through Central Nevada, to. Salt
Lake City, and that behind the
enterprise are the millions of
Senator W. A. Clark of Mori
rana, which means that it will
be-pushed to completion as rap
idly as labor and
capital can do so
GRADE IS TOO NARROW
Qoripriy ;v fllus Widen Cow
TRAIN TUBNED BACK TO AWJIT pEPAIR
Traction Outfit Will go brought Orj
To Madras By Lasf rjf
OrUcu In Unit' Store.
st a i) it a 9 oreqon ration problem tor Uentrai Ure
gon, and that is (he so-called
Jt H. HANER
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES
1'lro Inaurnnro, Ufa Insurance, Surety Bonds a
ileal Kutato, Conveyancing
II. F. Allen, President.
T. M. Baldwin, Cavhlcr.
Will WunzwEiLrn Vice I'rcn.
jr. IIaldai.", At. Cashier.
NO. 3851 .
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVJLLE. OREGON
After making a very satisfac-
abundaut Mqry trip out as far as Cow Can-
B. P. Clark yon, the, he fraction outfit of the.
of Los Angeios, who has been Central Qregon Transportation
frivincr Iiih iiHiHniiiil HiiriHivi(ifiii & Forwarding Company, de
cs- 1 f - 1 v - -
to the initial work of tlm enter- signed to. draw freight and
prise, is the personal represent- wheat between Shanikq and
. . . . . I If .1 1. 1 - x
jiiivh of Neiiiilor 1 ; Mirk in t he uuauras. nuu 10 turn uuuh. 10
Pacific Northwest. It is ex await the widening' of the .track
peeled that within the next few down the canyon, the road be-
das 1 he plans of the Mr. Hood !"g too narrbw to permit the.
itonm.niv wih h dpfiniielv . 'in- road-train to pass. At those
1 j j
nounced. ' places where work b,ad been
It is already definitely known done by the company an new
that, the Mr. Hood line has grades, the train had no. (iiyi-
fouud an easy pass across the culty , but on the old wagon rpad
Cascades, with a grade of less there were many places where
than oiih ner eenr. Tim route I the engine and cars could not
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occupying me center 01 nmkHa a gra(illai a8centvof Mt. get through. In addUion to. the
stage in the continuous perform- Hood ,0 the southeast of that trouble afr the narrow plapes,
nuce o. me raiiroau moitutain, crosses Juniper Flai there was some difficulty along
called -Bottling Up Central Oi- .Uld on down Warmapriuir River the side-hill grade, the 'roadr
egon,'soweii lias be Held tlie tQ ,he DeSchuies, from vyhich bed giving way undef the heavy
attention of the pubho tffat lit- n,,illf it fnM(lwa nn fhft rvM engine and running it off the
tie notice was taken ot tlie Mt. chllte nroceeds in a sontherlv grade. These difficulties having
Hood Electric Line, although dirbClioll acr038 Klamath coun4 rendered further progress of the
occasional mention was made tv to Winnemucca. Nevada, and train impossible, it turned back
p .1. . e .. .1.!- , - ....
01 me iact mat 1111s company p....... ... o..n t ..i, n;. tn S inn kn fn rnn n s 1 Is snn-
- IlllflU tljr-10 11; kJUll J.JUU.C Vll V. " -.r- 1 1
had a Crew ot SUrVeV-OrS mil- m... - ,; u u..:i. nlv of fnpl nil jinrl tn nwaU thA
xuo luuiu hiic tv 1 1 1 ue uuih rv '
rung lines down Warmspring . , a , R,inrfHR, widening qf the road. When
River, or across Juniper Flat, or , r wh:1H this is done it is believed there
Mt. Hood electtic line
building out of Portland.
While Mr. Harrinian has been
Cftpiui. faiirpiun Jand Umiivideit iTofiu t hat engineers in the employ of branches"""-!
A. M.WILLIAMS & CO
Dry Goods, Clothing,
ROOTS AND SIIOKJ)
HATS AND CAPS
I : 1 1 i. .. c . 1 .1 : n' ti.
l-u TH-niuiifaH tn Inn Will LIU 11U 11IIL1IK1 UllllUlll L V .
that company 'had made a re-1 . . , . . M.nj,. mr.nn- frimm
' J - , I Ihu lrnrr.i furl 1larlnQ -if Hmnr iUOnUUV niOininfT hit. J.UOU1-
connoi88ance Horn Madras onr"v""& ,u a u,uu,i' , tl r. , . ,
south up the Deschutes. The iviaiuutti and JbaKe counues, au iuuuiaa wuu a auuio ui
Mt. Hood company is building but these are to be built after 'etl and a dzen or more teams,
aline out of Portland, whose the completion of the main line, andjhis week the CowCanyon
Engineers have been running grade is being put in good
lines throughout the entire dis- shape, tue grade being widened
tance, which they were able to here it is too narrow and at
1 J t hut1 Tln naa ivhora hura iq
, o without attracting much at Li,,r f nn,, i,;
tentioiir owing to the fact that dugfurther back into the hill
t he field was full of engineers of side, in order to give the en
the-Harriman lines, and their gineasolid road bed. Freight-
presence was not particularly coming m over the road the
SET of 42 Pieces
TO EACH OF OUR CUSTOMERS
This is, without doubt, the finest offer ever made to our many patrons, and
wc know that it will ie appreciated as the most sensible and most useful premium
ever placed by any firm. This opportunity to secure so beautiul a set on our
popular plan does not come very often, so wc suggest to you that you avail yourself
of this opportunity to secure a set while they last, and weVill have enough to
supply every family We extend our most welcome invitation to every man,
woman and child to come to our store immediately and see the sets on display.
Monogram Dinner Sets are all the rage, so come and see them; cliobse your
design and learn how to secure a set containing 42 pieces.
OCTOBER 1 1
noticed, The route for the line
H SANFORD'S HALL
. W. &NI. A. ROBINSON & COMPANY
This will be the social event
of the season. A large at
tendance is anticipated, and
every effort will be made to
make the occasion a pleasant
one for all who attend. The
floor will be in perfect condi
tion, the music will be fur
nished by Lpveland's Orches
tra, and arrangements have
been made for an excellent
midnight supper. Come and
bring your friends.
past day or so say the grade is
beincr nut in fine shane. and
east of the mountains has not that there will surely be no dif-
t)een detiniteu' located, and it is houlty in bringiug the engine
said that theie will be changes down after this work is eom
in the location, but that it will p'leted, which will probably be
follow in a, general way the by the end of the week. The
route iudioated above. work in CowCanyon is 'also
Construction has already be going to be of great benefit to
base ot Mt. Hood, and with sur- a f
vers completed and plans ap FROM THE ALBERTA COUNTRY
proved tor the greater portion , ,,
of the entire route, it is be uuaries JN.-tfanta, wiie went
lieved that the work will be to Ferry Point, Alberta, Can-
pushed to completion as rapidly ada, from the Culver neighbor-
as it can be. Uonstruetioi. no(ld seVeral years ago. con-
(iiimui nave been established at .1 . . .
Bull Run and near Fairview by 11 lU0 couraging srories
the MaBou Construction Com ll,llt uave coniti from tlmt sec-
and persons who have lion this season. In a letter just
visited the camps recently say received from him he says, "I
tiiatirom tne Heavy maciilnery liever saw as fine crops in any
taken in, and the large number f na ,,. I
ot Ipdiiir nun nmn iinnlnvil it J J
lis evident that it is not n.ere'lv bllt 1 don,t believe there will be.
. . .. .. 1 . -1 , , 1 . a .
tor the building or a few miles one ousuei turesiiect 111 tins part
11 I a Ml I j 1 a i .
m eieciricnne. a nun is in op ot Alberta, it has been raining
eiation, cutting out timber lor sjm,e the first of August, and
uuuyoa iiuu uwB, jiiiu every
thing indicates heavy work of a
STOPS CAMBLING IN CROQK
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 1
ihere have not been more than
two clear days at a time from
then until now. The grain stood
it all right until this morning
about half past eight when it
began to snow, and in two and
A Ul Line Of -
Pm.sT.viu.K, Or.. Sept. 28. Upon re
ceipt of an ortler from District Attorney
Frank jUenofeo tin morning, Shoriff a hall hours the snow was three
Klkina scved notice upon nil the sa- inches deep, and the grain,
loons in this city to oloao their games, which is Irojn four and a half to
Accordingly, at noon today tlie lid was 8ix fat hih. is lviinr flnt nti tin
closed . down and hen cforth gambling :in ground, with all the snow on
uuHt iywu oopmyamemory. i-.iKms topof it j ,uVe 00 ac,.(J3 in
III? ATI MO OTHUFO " , " , ,, , f T rop and would have had (JO
riK-fliinU AIUVCO ----.jw,,,.,.. A" bushels to the acre all right if
1 V law is to ho roirularlv on orceil. and oven . . ... , .? fa"1"
Blot machine; now have their faces C0U'a 1 llV0 8,lVea .
turned to the wall. Tlioro is ulfio a hint , ll ey
t.t prosecution of tho mdoon men the' T 1 . 11 ?w 11 U,0p V1
PfimliiL' im n. .,f Plr.mil Pou. l Hnl.iu.... ' "'"t having beell CUt lllld Stack-
wx Imvi- been bsued and aro ready to j 'd before the bad weather be
serve, but it Is thouuht that the author-! fera,,. Others, however, lost even
ttliw u ill lilt uilllalliul vfltli tlni l.taimr 1 their hav ciouon account of tho
MADRAS, OREGON iofthoyumw. , long coiitiuued ruitiB. "
t?eo them if you need ono
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