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MADRAS, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. MARCH 4, 1909.
GOOD RIUS, UUUU 1 C.AMS
W. LIVINGSTON, Ptop.
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b j( HahIIwi. rrcfl. d. a. uukmwutj vice-rres. .i.u. rowiiiK; cuiir.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE IOUQHT AND SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTI OF THE WQRLR
it iiock, $00,000
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO. GARFIELD WlLL
' Dive right of way
Dry dodds, Clothing,
libots aM) shoes
nXrs ANb bAi's
Route Open For Central
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List your property
Oregon RlGHt 0F WAY BSf A-
CLES SOON REMOVED
Washington today which let! us to be
lieve Hint Sccrotory Garfield waa ready
to approve the maps."
Neither Mr. O'Brien nor Mr Cotton
had anything to say about the extension
of the Shasta lino from Klamath Falls
onto Bend, to a connection with the
Deschutes road, as outlined by the
above dispatch. The Portland general
office is concerned only with getting the
line built from the Columbia' to Bend,
, The Deschutes lino will be 130 miles
in length. It is expected that its con
struction wjjj occupy from one year to
a year and a half.
Will Force lid man
To Rush New
PORTLAND SKIPPERS MAY USE
ONLY HILL RAILWAV LINEi
Van tassel Land go.
..... . . . .
Construction Of Doschutos Hoad To
qnnoct With Line From Cal
ifornia Ta Cammahaa
IN THE SCHOOL LAWS
Hula Fcelflht Loaa For Harrifnan I
The Central Oregon Line
have rncro buyers than
have land for sale
ORA VAN TASSEL, Manager
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THe Legislature Passe A Nurnaer Of
LaWs Affecting fubllc Schools
t Greek Sawmills
NOT IN THE TRUST
l!i H miles from Hnycreck. ItotigU Lumber $11.00 per thousand rtt
hill. Flooring nod finishing lumber $30.00 per thousand. Other
ifolroiortlon. Address GEO. l. IiKK( Mgr., AsIiwkhJj Oregon
A. E: GROSBY
iCifrlM s romp ete Mne of Prints, Medfrlnrt, Cliemlatfn, Itmncliolfl ttcinc'aiM,
WlhU'Jomlri anil l'lujlo Hiuipllw, Coilntfr itsll Onlern J clro my pcrtoital
ffntlon a ormlimtt) )n clirR. Hafti deliver) giinrAtiteed. Your prescription
KfW fitrirliiilno mid I'ot Ufcxtrorcra. 8tork roods tul I)ln of flll Kinds.
mtotettmnKtUk. imth 'fjioiitir. wiioLiai.b and umiL
T. B. TUCKER
Lactitcd in the old
Drooli8 shop f
About 10 of the leading Merchants tand
shippers ol Portland, tinder tho dJrec-
tion of a subcomttjlttco of the jtranspor-
MmmlttM nf ihn hliainber of. r .
Commerce, have Jolried a jhovemeHt ti'e "
purpose of, which is to show the trafBd . .
officials of the Harnrnah System, in
, t,... n cV.Xil L.f ll.ll
ciuuing iirecior u, .pwuuvim j-mo -
A number of Important changes in traffic men handling business Jtt tbts
the public school laws were mads at the Northwest that it ia to their interest to
recent legislative session, the moat im- see that the Central Oregon extension
portant being the Hawley bill, which is rushed with all possible Bpeed$ says
increases the minimum school term to the Portland Telegram. , "
six months ind provides for a compul- The shippers in. question are in dead
Bory tax up to 5 mills for the purpose of earnest in this matter) and . intend to
maintaining schools for such minimum submit a statement to the Harrimnn
term. A summary of the measures officials that will clidch their argument?
touching oUr public school system foil y,at they expect to do Ja to prove that
lowsi they ate ih a position to rdnte against '
The ilawley bill provides that every or in favor of the ilarrinian lines
school district in the state must main- enough traffic to make np ten time
tain at least six months school each over the revenue that would be lost the
year. The County court of each county first year or two after the Central Ore1
must ey a tax for school purposes that I gon empire has beeh tapped by the pro
trill trnrlftrn an nmminf. tvlilpti tvlll nfr. I tuioAri At-tot-iairtn
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gregno ni least ?i mr eacn cnuu or ane movement, mucn nas oeenwrp
Blankets & Robe
3ST jB "W stock
Fine stock of ifarnfcSB, Collar,
bridles- Halters, Wliips and
other articles kept in a first
class Harness Shop
DURABLE LINE of shoes
Wheat Taken In Trade
B. S. LARKIN
A Was'hirlgtort dispatch dated Febru
ary 20, says :
The Ularriman .railroad will Ue built
up the Defcchuifs llivcr to a connection
at Klamath Falls with Hie road now
building Northward to that point and
the right of way will be approved by
Secretary Garfield before next Thurs
day. These facts wrro brought out at a
hearing before the Secretary of thfc In
It was stated by a representative of
IS. II. Harrimau that out of the $82,-
000,000 raised by bonds recently floated
by the llarriman system for new rail'
road construction, $40,000,000 had been
set aside for the construction of a tail-
road up tho Deschutes river into C'en-
f . f .1! A t, .t t
VI VAVVdu vl V1IU Ubl UllllDIU V- I A i f "I. g f . . , , I- . . . .Ilk t 1 i 1
... ,. . , . ., ., uicvb Bimru oi mis sum uoes noi oe coucneti in lerms HiRtmigniDaconr
., u a.uiu amount to $800. then the district must Urned M a threat oi- as ah avowed bov
ortiiwaru to meet tiio Uesclmtea ro.od , . i . . ' . . . , , i A , ' i 4 S-- i i i-H il
at Bend, thus completing a new route ' Z;Z7rZ. ZJZ u " T Wl ' fi.tr
from San Francisco to tiie Columbia 7. ... "'"" rT uiuwB u.w ,Cu -
,, uisinct, neeu not levy to exceed a o-mili man Ofliciala cbntinue tbeir Fabjan
I 1 J St 11... 1 ".1 T . I .
inx, auu ii inai. levy , win not prouuee I tactics.
the necessary $300, the county court lncltided ih the prbpdaltipn ithat is to;
must transfer, from the general fund of be submitted are tvd feathrcs of rail-
the county suilicient money to make up road construction! onp- ah emergency td
the $30fl. , A tide matters oVer nfJtii tho .proridsed
The Philpott bill provides that in the road is completed:, and the. otlierL of
ipportionmeht of school money, the courfiCi has.tp .do with the cohstrlictioii
county superintendent shall first give to of the hew fdad itself.
each district in the county $100j instead What the Ideal jobbers afcd merchants
of $00 as heretofore, the balance to be desire first is an extension of the Co-
liBtributed accofdiilg to tiie number of lumbia fiodthern froiii Shafliko.2& milest 4 k
nt.llil.nn in nnnl, .Itn,.-!.. ITI.I. 1 Mllf". 1 , 1 I I , .i . . ''-9
nuiuiwi iu mwi ummvi. x ma iun-win i aouiuwaru. which woniu serve to nro
The construction of the Deschutes
road will be commenced! it was said, as
spqjl 4 jhj ..Secbtaj-y t(v iptwlor
approves the nght-bf-way appljcatjpn,
uiiu oecrvutry uiiriieiu eniu nepectea
to do this before he left office next
I Thursday. lie is waiting only the ad
justmcnt of a few minor details, as out
lined yesterday, and knows of nothing
that will likely delay his action.
All material obstacles that have here
toforo delayed tho approval of maps of
location of the Deschutes" rdad have
JAMES W. HURT, PROPRIETOR
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Fish, Vegetables and Country Produce
'- --Mil .ill ii l .WLBHHMi.
NO FURTHER DELAY IN CONSTRUCTION
Regarding tho above dlshatdh from
"Washington, the Fdrtland Otegonian
With.the innoUtimeht ffdtll Wash-
lngtqtl by.Becretati Gajtfleld.thnt he tvill
approve cmnijn v(orl(WUJ ..Ifarrlman
railroad Uh thb Degchtitea.Cbnjeftden-
nite unnonnceluent from ofhqioJs of tho
The Pioneer gives you the homo and
county news and keeps you In touch
with your surroundings. Bubeorlbo
for It. Price $1,50 per year.
Notice To The Public
On and after March 1 we Will SfscqntiriuS
allop'eh credit business ahd sell strictly fr
Gash' or on approved security. And by giv-1
Ing bottom prices on all linfes or oodis, we
ill make It an object to alf our patronsi and
friends to cohtihlife dealing with us,
We are forced to adopt this system as W.e'
no longer able to continue the opeH'
essary before, takltnr up actdal.cohstruc
tlon. With the mans ahnfovml Hia
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grentest obetaclo will be b'utpf tlie way.
and it is evidently only a tjueatioh of n
few weeks when the Central Oregon
project will be under way it
Both General Manager,, O'Brien and
General Counsel Cottonj of the Harri-
man lineB in tho fforthwest, gaVo assur-
anco last niglit M'at when word comes
from Washington that the maps have
been approved, there will bono addi
ttonnl delay. Wjth tho work author
ized, as announced ,in the OfCgohion of
l'Cjiruary 10, the ofliciala are ill a posi
tib'n to bend every energy toward exne
diting tho line,
We are prepnrcd tb send out rlcht-of.
way agentB lust as sobn na we rtre ad
vieed that tho .maps have beeh accept
eu, saw Air. O'UHeh luet night. "The
; approval of tjiese maps, of cohrse, gives
ilia rlght-bf'ivav over nil fnVpt-..
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operate jd favor of tlie small districts. vide a lcmpor,ary outlet fbr the
ThaDodd biU.glyes the cohnty super- productive recibn bf the Madras. Bend?
lnienaent aut-bbrity to make-a partial Prineville; Haycreck and sbrrbundinc
apportionment of tho money of any country, out.of which the produce could
distrupoh the' retiuest of the direct- be hauled bn .d?wn. garde, practically
ura uy oucu uisinct. all the Way. Thia Jine has beoii. sur-
Tho Colo hill declares unlawlbl. all vcved h iiinHf.r in
secret societies, including fraternities private idterestsj having extefwlye,hold
and eorori ties, which may hereafter ex- ingsln that reglbn, and thaestimates;
ist ill any pbbhc achdol or high schools aa to thb cost of this fefr miles of rdad,
in this state. It makes It the dtitv of run from Igm.nnft in nsn rind, iinnamif
ach Echobl bbatd ib the state to exam- inn tluon tho class bf conr.tr.nctton. THrf. !
ine Iho.thp coUdltions bf nil schools nn- shippers back of ,the metoent nro Rati
II. ni !. fi.-I -il' ?-,- ''!
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BV!u-iii in l oruanu mat np. njije.will be .Pr lift i.nf..;0 .
. . . . i - - ptrviwi 1 1 mi ihi iiiiir. inn. inrm nn o tm mnn if .ran.
uat in beginning tho preli.idarles nee- TllB pa,ro i b, , tM ,. n, .,. :,C: r S!rr 303
f. -i, ...w.w u,.usl uioi(ini wfUJiHUU.BUUriay HUBt ,
lilt flnhra nnll nil nll.ni. n.iln ,.t -11 I n.- .1 t. , . .J . i." . i. F t,f
mlinh1'Vii;(l1th.a ,l.nfl li , I'.,. J.. T! ".J k77 l- !'!'
hin(yd,.t!i.,tJiey Shall open ouhvards. authorised 140 miles til Wad ih'tbCeh
iiicsp Qiinses must bo made withlii six
montlis of tho day the law goes into
tral and Eastern Ortigbn,
ITEMS FROM OUR
TION SCENES TODAY
Shanlko Road In Bad Condition
......ib.uu, "mini 4 -i -reuaiaiiDiLT
The Prineville-Shaniko road is said to for the 5hdUctibn of William Howard
be ih tho Worst condition known jn Taft into the Fresidchcy are colnplnto
many years. At places so report has it. nnd the Various coininitteea make the-
tlierois no such thing as bottom to it. ProPliecy that the ceremonies of tlioda
Along that portion between GriRsly and vvlU bo 11,0 mSt brilliant and plctu'r?
iinycrcek la tho worst and tho mail C6(iu?8 01 anJ previous inaugural event.v
stagestherfc eliiplby sit horses to draw ""-"dictions are niade aleo that the
or father drag thb roachi fof in many numbcr f visitors who will cotno iront
places the axles drag ih the mud, I evory nok "d . corner of tho tlnited
AMiile money is belnc subscriboil for Jotatea will be a tecofd'bfeakoK
lhe work oti the qflpf, court of .honqr,'
rim lmni.Htalnr.iil . 1 . fii . . .
1 i ..... "iviiHmtumu ui mo OIUUUKO TOaU
t tr, nf I k. Ik? ?m'l9Wy outside bf Ctook county that within the ono dl U,e Mo8t beuUtUulftativd.p-f, HS
v , v V f M 11411 ..lILli LUKI1 I 1 1 1 lr . n'n 1,1 . 4 Z VJJ 1 1 Li . J-t.i.j J w !1 I t m i . J . .
bellove ulthftiiL.I. l U iK. in . i MU 7 ' wouuiy ud" UIb ma local poidtJ. tho Na.
' '"'""t1" ,a imposaiuio to Say f sava thnl If -tvlll lh hn iri I tionnl fnfioU fill tiiijlf.nna n nnln . .1 1
. i j - n wmu vj . ilia in 1 1 1 1 ii' in u.uvkuLn . . 1 1 1 1 . in . i
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"A rAlll V ll'H invn dni.it.ru II.. I .... j. . " w'
. . W1C rtx.oruH 0l UlR iwavd tlurlt,
SM V1 ' , th0 otllce, lid hiohey spput isely in ha
rAr Blt5Tfc4P Erection Will UndbSutedjy meet with
these recbrds, which taHo iut bheor entire approval of Z cltSs of tl e
two uays. our agenta 1 ...toko tho field. ..o.i
T ' 'J ' Mivi UUUIUUli
Work. , T
delay that would ho V uuveiopment TOrk,
ertising and estimating iu,a lted Wcl tho Cllno
all fiuhtsb f wav l'V 81 ower mpany;, true L)axvS, it la
J. C. 6 Mi A FfOliNO
GENERAL v MERHANT
'Whenthoy have rompleted, their task
Uhd lust prelltnlnary step will hate been
''At thb tim'o bitr tbofi ntn h,ui,
llfig lights bf way wo shall twlvertfflo for
bids o tho cbnstrfictibti
will olimliiidc the
necessary for ndv
if wo waited until
"Our rcpreaentatlvea have been vnrv
busy at Waalijngton for tho pant montlt
und havo, beou protoatlng against fur
ther delay of the project by the govern
ment. , Wo asked that out numa Aitiioi.
bo approved or tlUappfpod, and In re
ply to this requeat wo Were assured fh.it.
..,v, u ,u wivvTapnic auvices from
OaVeloiament At Cllnfc Falls
Joseph G. Uuatoni a Pbrthuul canltnl.
let, baa rocently acquired u goodly trat
Z ot deaert 'and nPf Ollno Fulla and 44
coratlvo achelhU' wJiich la said to eclipse.
ii previous enoria tn tiila directioiw
The task ot getting tho beusion office in
readfnesa fdr tho. ihaugu,ral ball will bo
finishtHl tomorrow. Tha beauty which
w attend this Want iBoclarevent
will be utiaujhiihfeedjbepmmitteo Imv-
uiK ihiu ifA'iW.ior Mecoj-tttJoiiB alone.
Iho urgoi wpw thfct.i-havo ulreadv
s,ald, contalna some extrcwajV valimhlo
forties. An irrigation flums Is-io h
built at once, and IlusjtOft haKQntcaut-
Odwith tho Spoo-Daylon sawinntnA
nonrlu .. I.r.1 ...lilt . , ' . ' I I
..w. v .ihii-iujiiiuh V4u(bl lumfepor
thta purpose. Expectipg the railroad
AUVEUTIciE youV MWautH" Juh
PhV' IMS1 WMb. Regular lo.
out Rdvertlalug rutw.
d woiajaptafiltod-tioday by munv' .1
thuupanilieaVhfng tho city tod y
incoming frnlu, ' --yf
NEW HONORS FOR HK&UKNT TWT , '
I tlinflTily- w"-mnde a Mason:,
"at sight' mil probably have new hpn.
ors heatieq tipon him Utioll IiIm nii-li.Al ...
this ritv frhfn TJn, v.i. m..-, .. .
K.ttrJ.y.WW.h. PfeiJaHdir to nl t.
mini h me i iefr hf l...frn..i,-v-n' ..; "
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