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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1907)
MADRAS, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1907,
WE WILL TAKE
IN TRADE AT
50 GENTS PER BUSHEL
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I'nrtii'i knowing UioinnclvtH itidoliiil will please bring
wheat, or Pit tie with nifth.
C I'riecH uro uruntly ii'dui-cd, iih we arc planning to
CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
LENA M. LAMB
U. S. COMMISSIONER
Ql!. IIAKOMJ OIAKKK
All klmli) of Dontai Work at reasonable jtrfcoti,
fAX LUEDDEMANM N
Q C. COLLVER
JL'T1CK OF T1IK 1'EACK
Fronch, Proo, H. A. Mooro, Vlco-Proo. F. T Hurlburi, Coohlor
EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY I
FOREIGN EXCHANGE OOUCHT AND SOLO
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLtf
yy If. HNOOK
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Ofllce In DrtiK Store.
kal Stock, $25,000
J, H- HANER
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES
I'irv Insurance, l.Uo ImurRtirc, Burcty Jlonil
Heat Kmtc, ConvcyiuicliiK
A. E. CROSBY
r n oV ii I u t o ii
I ' ' ; i-e I. Uie of Drug. Medicine, Cbomlonli, llnutelinM Hjinillus
l - nn I I'hoto SujiiilIcO Country Orilurs I ctrt) iny KiAoiit
li i n limt. !u I'hnrjc. HaIq delivery guarantee!. Yoftr pr.eM!r)iUon
' t yi hiiiiif niul rout Deniroyor. Block HimkI nixl llti o( nil Urnls.
d lit .nu KudnkH. Ili.lli '1'Ik.iuw. WHO I, lis ALU AND llfcT.Ul..
II. V. Ar.W, I'rwldcm.
T. M. JUldwi.v, Caililor.
Will Wumwhimhi Vloo I'rc.
II. Uai.da'i.w, Asst. CaMilor.
NO. 3051 .
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE. OREGON
ESTABLISHED 1 8B8
Cnjiltal, Surplun and Umtivlileil
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO
HOOTS AND 8H01BJ
ll.liy AND CAVA
'INNER SET of 42
TO EACH OF OUR CUSTOMERS
THE HARRIMAN METHOD
i ilium and Gould to protect
themselves in Western Color
ado and BdHiet'M Utah is the re
'-fit despatching of surveying
Plansto Block Railroad Building crews to CVntral Oregon by the
In Oregon Oregon Short Line. During flip
ast lew nays at least three sur
'ejing crews have been sent
SENDS SURVEYING CREWS INTO FIELD !llvuy w,,h tUb pVldtJ,,t pu'P"
f mapping out the probable
rou leu into Southeastern Ore-
Attempts To Block Rock Island Road on f MofFat line itlld of
holding the passes, thus keep
. i ...... ... . thi'
ing uie liiierioneis away, rue
Hairiman mads have practiced
Mi;h uieihodtj ho long xirid so
ucceasfully that they are con
iident they can make
DRILLING ANOTHER WELL
Beari Work Monday for N. H.
CONTRACTS FOR WATER OR NO ?hi
of Which Mt. Hood Lino May
Bo a' Link
That the Mi. Hood Railway
& rower Company s elect lie
line h to be the western link in
ihe Rock Inland ayntem, giving
that road entrance to Port hind
and making the Rose City ifr-west-rn
terniintiM, now Heem
probable. This in indicated bi
recent developments in West--ni
Colorado and Eastern Utah,
where Guld and Ilarriman ai
b.ih working to tap that terri
tory. For once they seem unit
Water Ekpected At 40$ Foot The
Dollos Contractors Havd 1ot5
SUrd of Water
done by Bennett & Pembroke
of The Dalles. They have no
i run as to depth, but have a
contract iu get water, and as
'heir drill ha's a" fcdp'acity o(
2000 feet in deph,' there is no
doubt that tliis co'nffa'ct rrieans
Drilling on a new deep well
for Agency Plains began last
them Monday iWofriiriK at the ranch
of N. II. Pih'keifon: three miles
Ilarriman has almost eveij from Madras, the drilling being
other entrance to the interior ol
.1.1 . -.a.... Ml 1 .l .1 ,111.
iiiih Piaie wen ooiueu up. 1 ne
passes along the Cascade moun
taiii8 are taken. Points of van
from the Columbia river
south' are taken with the excep
lion of the Deschutes vllev
afid the ilarriman interests are a new well for Agency Plains.
d in the purp'oHe of blocking "w fighting for that. On the Mr. Pinkertori's contract with!
iheMollat road, which is the eastern side of the state surveys the drillers calls for d good,
Hiik between Denver and Sab and short occupation roads hold permanent supply of water iri
Lake City in the Rock Island's very approach to the isolated the well, and he agrees to pay
transcontinental scheme, says interior. On the south Harri $2 per foot for the well when
the Oiegonian. man holds the approach h) vater is secured, no maftet whai
The territory is not unlike vay of the Klamath county, the distance. If water is fiot
the Central Oregon country in Only on the southeast is the found he has nothing to pay;
that it is said 10 be one of the door Unlocked. Here there if excepting the fuel for operating
laigest fertile sections of the room tor more railroads. the drill, which he furnishes
oiiutiy without railroads. Next lo shut these gateways is the It is expected, however, thai
10 Central Oregon it is believed evident intension and purpose water will be found at a depth'
to he the laigest fertile territory sending surveyors there, of about 400 feet, as Mr. Pin
ui the United States so neulect More railroads, incoiporated by verton's place is on about the
4 in. ..... 1.1. TT . I ' . . . '
eit. rue ftloiiat road lo ows a ' ilarriman interests ana ues same level on the Dlains as the
uiiich straighter course between tiaed never to be built, and Magill ranch, where water was
Salt Lake and Denver than the more rights of way secured les hound at B70 feet. Should water
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wo roads it will compete with another line may get them, will be found at a reasonable depth
i has about half t lie mileage ol shortly, no doubt, be the de'vel- for Mr. Pinkertoii, it will fur
he other roads between the opments in Harn man's cam iher stimulate well-drilliner on
uaiffu to conmlete his fence
around this state.
Ui no lens interest than th
ppaient determination of Har
ihe plains, and water hauling
will soon b,e a thing of the past
for that district.
IK DRUG STORE
Carries a good line of fresh
drugs and patents. Pre
scription work and family
recipes made a specialty
T. A. LONG
Physician and Druggist
MAKES A SECOND START
This is, without doubt, the finest offer ever made to our uiany patrons, ancf
wc know that it Vill be appreciated as the most sensible and most useful premium
i ever placed by any firm. ' This opportunity lo secure so bcnutiul a set on our
popular plan docs not come very often, so wc suggest to you that you avail yourself
, of this opportunity to secure a set while they last, and Wc will have enough to"
; suppfy every family. We extend our most welcome' invitation to every man
woman and child to come to our store immediately and ice' the sets on display
Monogram DinncT Sets arc all the rage, so come and see them choose your
design and learn how to iccuro a set containing 42 pieces.
M. C. MASON
Real Estate, Insurance
Alnn muki'Nii six'cliil'y of
in nil lint'.. oiUfc in Loucks
BrothiMh' tiiriiitiire Htoro
MA I) HAP, - OKEUON
A Big Line Of
FROM COUNTY EXCHANGES
rreJ A. Kice has returned from a trip
to the Fremont forest reserve bevond
Hend. A part of this reserve was throw n
open to settlement on September 23. Mr.
Rice says that there is some fine timber
in the lot thrown open to entry but there
are more people on the ground than will
get claims. On two desirable claims in
tl'e vicinity of Hend, there were 17 tend
on the morning of the sSth. all occupied
by prospective settlers. Journal.
W. J. Wright, a prominent farmer ol
Lamonta, was in the city Monday. Mr,
Wright reports threshing a little more
than half completed in the vicinity of hi;
place. The yield is better in most places
than was hoped for and the grain is of the
best quality. Mr. Wright ihreshed about
3200 bushels of wheat and barley on hi
J. II. Gray, of the Uonneyview farm,
reports the sale of 100 head of two-year
old steers to w. w. Urown as soon as 10 days a force of iieairy si score
'he alfalfa meadows are open The ptice of men and 10 or 12 teams have
paid was 2 cents per pound on foot, been irradinr nn find wirl"mii,r
1 en n r-
average 950 pounds m ..mw1 ni
and it is now said to be in first-
at-s condition for the big en-
L'li'.e ana cars. Work is also
being done on the road this side
Traction Engine Leaves Shaniko To
Try New 'Grade
The big traction engine and
cars which are to haul freight
nd grain between this place
and the railroad at Shaniko left
ihe latter place this morning on
its second trial trip out. On its
first trip, two week ago, it met
with disaster in Cow Canvon
n account of the narrow
grades, and was compelled to
tuin back after getting half
way down the canyon, to await
the necessary widening of the
mades at one or two points in
the taiivon. During the past
I'he steers will
better. This is the record price for ani
mals of this kind, and shows the superior
ity of blooded stock over the common
See them if you
1 1 :
W. & M. A. ROBINSON & COMPANY
A. C. Sanford was elected a director of the Lvle & Blown irtll). which
for Madras school district, to succeed the ,m m,iv orlr- nnini u..u
.t John A. Isham, at a meeting held at '.i 1 . i
' " I Mill' trnn h m iro n m wn n t utl I
mi. ovMuuiHuujc 1.131 o,uuiu,tv uiicnioun. 1 -. r
Mr. Sanford lias had considerable e,ri. ,S Pted now that the itlgllie
.... I il I I I nikWtllti Inn y-v 1 n . I i tX
enceasa school director, and he has a """"t"1 iiuniui uim
1 . .
deep interest m the sttccess of the Madras Clllty ll making the trip OUt,
school, so that in filling the vacancy he .and it is expected to arrive here
was the unanimous choice of the meeting 'tomorrow afternoon Or Hveniiifr.
r.. a iii,,, !
Isom Cleek of I'rineville was in - pxomumr 01
yesterday. This xvas Mr. Cleek's first nierpnse, was It town yes
visit to the Madras country iti six years, terday Ulld said that they were.
durfng which lime there have been many confident the engine Would be
changes. Mr. Cleek says (hat they nre here tomorrow evening, but that
t 1 . . . . . . 0
hhikius: lorwaiu to a verv success ui lair inu-in,, m ,is.,... :
rauuieb SiZi'zr1'0'''''11'' w ti. past,ha
would not promiso it.
Rolinry InAa I iaahor ftnss ftivrmena laylor of Albany, a
WhiDS. Bridles. HalWrS : 1" . . ...T . . pmce' Wer: Word comes thaUl
iunvcu ucic ii!i wcck, anil on tMonaay L,All(i i i
1lw 1 I ii ml nn1 ll ii iHiittiLi fit
. .... ,..,.ii,,i, ..ti....n.- mi,) iuu ill' iici tunica lis ICiicucr III I II c nor
M-i-vii iiiiiuii ,imiii nvy v uuiuiuiu
tiuuii'd harm ms UaMi,,i
B. S. LARK IN
DEALERS IN FURNITURE
reached the ton
0l,U ney school district, for which she has been of 9W 0m,,on "A"1 tpljiorrow.
engaged fot'th? ensuing term. Vips Tay. , 'day) "will ntu:t do.vn the,
lor will nuke her home wi'h t! -fvuly of new glltue, expecting to teacl"
I Mr j. " Horney. jMadras in the fifteruoon.