The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current, April 08, 1909, Image 4

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The
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Madras Pioneer
Published ctory Thursday by
-Till? HONKKll PUBLUSUINO- CO.-
BUDSOniPTION RATES t
Pli&jcar ............$1.CQ
Six mouths 86
TltrHs month '.CO
AnVy.ltTIHINO ItiVTKH ON A1'II.K)AT10N
t Entered ns second class matter August
1601, at the iostofnpo nt Madrns, Oro.,
Ulnlor the Act of CouRi bss of March 3,1870.
THURSDAY
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APk. 8,
1909
MR. HKlNV'S REPORT
The leport of Mr. Hemiy, tlte
Reclamation Service expert who
has had charge of the invest i
'patioti of the Deschutes Canyon
con trovers' between the gov
ernment and the railroad, has
been forwarded to Washington
and some prompt action iliay
be expected. What the result
will be no one is able to fore
tell altiiough we ate not ready
to believe that the government
will close its eyes to Central
Oregon's need of a railroad, for
which the Deschutes route oilers
the o 1 1 1 jr immediate prospect
However, the report has gone
in and we will not be kept long
in suspense.
A Portland afternoon pape:
made the statement, last Satur
da', that the report would b
favorable to the railroad, aud
that the approval of the Des
chutes railroad's right-of-way
would be conditioned upon the
immediate construction of the
road. That statement, however,
was nothing more than a guess,
for Mr. flenny's report will reach
the hands' of the Secretary of
the Interior before the public
lias any knowledge of its con
feats. Still, Central Oregon will
find no fault with the paper's,
optimism, and will hope that
that opinion may be verified.
If Mr. Henny took any ac
count of public sentiment re-,
'garding the Deschutes matter
while conducting the investiga
tion, he must have found a re
markable unanimity of opinion
concerning the use to which the
canyon could be put to the best
advantage to the state, and it
?vould not be adverse to the
railroad project.
.BETTER TELEPHONE SERVICE
The report tbat the Paciiic
States Telephone Company. lms
taken bold, of the property of
Pioneer Telephone Company,
which owns the line between
this place and Prineville and
other lines in the count', and
that they will immediately
make a number of changes,
bolds out the promise of better
.telephone service for this place.
Certainly any ohaime would hf
an improvement. The stock l
the Pioneer Telephone compa
ny was heretofore owned bv
Ohio people, who apparently
paid no attention ,to the inces
saiit demands fur a belter sei
vice.
The local agent of the eon.
pnny lias received a request
Irom the new owners for reeom
nienuations 01 improvements
that should be made in the set
vice here. The most important
of these shoujd be some direct
service with the outside world.
iVt present , all messages from
Madras to outside poinls go by
way of Piiieville, the toll rate
being the added charges jrom
Madras to Prineville and from
Prineyijje to the other point.
The minimum charge to Shan
.iko, a distance of 43 miles, is
pi owing to tins arrangement,
ana not, oniy is tne service poor,
but the charge is almost pro
hibitive. 1,,
that ru'nsoti, the" producers in
that isnhttud part of tliti state
like those along the OoUitliliia
Southern ii year ago, tir along
the Condon branch lout" br live
years ngok niu willing lb pav
althoat any freight rate' Unit
colild be asked in order ttt se
cure the needed facilities; Bu
with din increasing Unfile thn
will follow cotistruciion of the
railroad will boine a demand for
lower rates tltld eventually these
tales must be based 011 the co
of service. Thdt is the sltna
tion that is confront iiig till rai
roads in the cottiitry. It was
thiB gradually appearing change
that caused Mr. Hill to build
$o0,b0O.30() railroad down th
North bank of the Columbia in
order ilial he might be in a
position 10 meet the competl
tion of the opposing forces hat
already had Mich a litin. For
the same reason, Mr. Harrintan
has been spending more than
the original cost of the road in
straightening curves and elim
inating grades on the line be-
ween Portland and '1 lib Dalles.
If Mr. Harriman, or an
other railroad builder, shall be
permitted to build through the
Deschutes canyon in acCord
ance with the present surveys,
it will be possible for a car lo
run from Bend to the Columbia
river, a distance, of about 140
miles, without encountering the
slightest graie resistance. If
this iMiflio, which within si lew
years will amount to millions
of tons annually, must bear the
expense ot heavy grades up
and down the mountains, or of
climbing over every dam site
that can be built in tl.e Des
chutes canyon, the eiFect will
be an onerous and lasting toll
levied against t lie resourced of
the great empire that awaits
communication with the world's
markets.
IF'
The Oregouiau snyM. "Every
body-ia now sure that Mr. liar
build into
iiman is going to
uentrai utegun it he can.
Pliat is mighty good .news for
the people of Ceitlini Oieguii
if they will believe ii ver there.
The Dalle- Optimist.
ClinUCll OF CHRIST SERVICES
Sunday school every Suoday. 10 a. m,
Sunday, April 1 1, preaching services at
1 ( a. in. and at 7:30 p. m
Bible study class meets every Wednes
day evening at 7:30.
You are invited to attend these services.
B F. W. Pitman, Pastor.
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WHAT CENTRAL OREG.ON WANTS
Porid Oregonian
K .pen tal (Qgftji fffiP.fi rail-i-oad.
It is wanted more than
. .if. 'lit. 1
Jinyming . etse ever win 1
be
or
CLASSIFIED LOCALS
Ono laruo rod ttillbti
pow. lilut.tletl on fnce, wtiltoon bel
ly Ami lux?) hrtllttlcd TO on rlht lilpi
Short or. bk In tall. Bhouli! Imvo n
youuKoalC 11HW1 Anyone brltiRlUK
hrr in will lib wbll paid tor trouble.
Jus. T- Itoblnponj MmtrnH.
Lt)MnEIl AT GRIZZLY LAIvK-TltY
'Grleely LUe Lumbr Ho. h' just
Ihilnlicil pliitilutr h nice lot of nmiu
Hill or nil kltidrt, uml will atnrt the
saw 011 tlib 28th Inst. Ah the ooni
pany still hit n large ntnuunt of dry
iuiubpr nil hand It will bo nble to
RutUfy all Uorni'M. ' ni25 4t
GpOD ClllCkEN DINNKU Every
Suiuliiy nt the Hnhn Hotel 25 00 ntu
W. 0. Stoore, Prop. mtl tf
LOTS FOU BALE CHEAP.-For n
short time only the Mutlrus Town
nlte Cotitpaby i oiler lug lots for sale
nt very low prices. Their udvertlne.
meiitot) the baek pugo of lhU paper
'contains tnnp showing loontion of
Madras with reference to the t-overul
railroad surveys through this see
tiuu. Construction of either of these
roads will in also Madras the trailing
center of a htr;o territory. The time
lo buy Is now, before the railroad
starts, when prices wilt ndvauce,
SUMMER SHOES
IjaSst Styles
Lowest lEPrlcora
HARNESS A Full Line
Hcnvy Work Hnrncss, Fnncy
Driving HnrncKBt COLLARS,
WHIPS, Halters, Etc., Etc.
B: S. LARKIN
MADRAS, ORG.
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E. PETERSEN
ANTELOPE, OREGON
Watchmaker
and Jeweler i
tewelrv of all kindi rnade lo ol
der and repaired. Setting for
Preeioui Stortri made.
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED ?
PAINTING unit Paper Hanging First-
class workmanship. Call on, or nd
dress J. M.. Larecn, Madrns.
WALL PAPER Call ami Invneut the
new ussortment Just received n
Louoks Bros.' Furniture Storo. Op
poslte jMoTaRirnrt & Bye. ni
A complete supply of lepil blanks fo
ale liicludiuK warranty and quitclaim
leed.H, real, chattel aud crop uiortcaKes,
Htc. Justice court blanks and Justice
ourt work n specialty. Nolury Public
F. J. Brooks.
Hubpcribe for tho Pioneer ami jje
tlp bnmo news. Price $1.60 per vear
FARM FOR SALE 100 acres of land
known as (he Yoiiiij: place, oj miles
NE i f Madrns. For full particulars
u.lilress HATTIE J, WEBSTER,
4l-u8 Portland, Oregon.
DAYLIGHT STAGE There will be
duylight stage leaving Madras for
Shatilko every morning. The Htage
will leave Irom the Greeu Hotel.
J. W. Livingston. tf
HOME CURED BACON At Madras
Meal Market.. tf
NOW Is the time to make your hog
fence. "Pittsburg Electric Weld" Is
the best now oll'ered to the trade.
have Hon hand and plenty more on
the way coming. Come and get
prices and examine humle.. A. C.
Sanf-rd, Madras. n8 2t
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey mllc now.
For pai thMilarH, see or write J. H.
Horney, Madrus.' a8'2t
NOTICE We jvWl pay up to u crrtaln
amoiiul, for No, 1 milling wheat Sou
per buHhel, If delivered before 25th
or April, 100!). M idrits Moling Co.
, .1 rrw
HIE PIONEER JOB OFFICE Tiimh
out neat, attractive printing. Good
stock, clear type', reasonable prh es.
are but outward signs of the evil
done in secret by myriads of dan
Jruffgenni sapping the life blood
of the hair. Miceo kills the para
site, soothes tbe Itching scalp,
gives lustre to the hair and stops
jt failing out A single appHcatloa
gives relief aid proves its worth.
Save your hair before too late.
Micro pwents b.aldnets. It is &
delightful dressing ioft the hair,
free froa greasfiJKfsIlcky oils.
Ask yeurdnifgfst for free booklet
HOYT CHEMICAL CO,
lacksmlthlng
Plow Reoairing, Vagoii
Wor Sfcetfolty Of
HORSEfl8EING
W.acHlLDERS
(Pormrrty Tkp McELftOV SHOf)
MADRAS) OREGON
Not Coal Laud
TJOMESTEAD. Notice for PublJ
cation. Depbrtineut of U-e Inte
rhir, U. 8. Lsud Oflice nt Tho Dfilles,
Oregon, Mnroli 5, 1005).
Notlei' Is hereby given flint.
WILLIAM J. SAYYfCVi;,
of Hay Creek, Orego 1, who, 011 May
(5. 1002, made Homestead Unify No.
10780, ferial 02003) 1 for nim-J sec 12
and t'lv see 1, tp lx , r 10 e, w m,
Has filed ntlcb of intention to make
final fvn-yar proof, to establish Claim
to the laud above described before
Wurruii Brown, County Clerk, at his
otllce at Prineville, Oregon, on the 3mI
day of May, 1909
Claimant iMmes as vvilnesHo:
Wade Huston, of Prineville, Oreiron 5
A G Klbbee, A V .Warren, of Hay
Creek, Oregon; 0 M McPherson, of
A'dmond, Oregon
C. W. MOORE,,
ml8 m20 Register
Not Coal Lund
hi 0ME8TEAD. Notice for Publica
tion, Department of Hie,, Inte
rior, U. S. Land OOJch ,nt The, Dalles,
Oregon, Muroh 20, 1000, Notlcli Is
hereby given that , , .
HOMER ALEXANDER, .
of Mudrtta, Oregou, who, on October 2"0
1003, mado Hptrl,estead Entry Serial
No 03012 No, 10017, for Lot , seo2 and
lot and 4, sep ,L, tp 12 h, r Jt e, w hi,
Has tiled notice of intention to make
final flve'yenr.proof', to establish clalrti
to tho lntj'Ijiovei ilesorlbed, hforo
Howard V, Turner, tJ. B. Cvinthlaltiu
er, at hia office m Madras J Oregon; otl
the 4th day of May, l(f, , ',
Claimant tin cues uftiQtiSPH!
G W Kidder ?I II cfca.1:, 1 1 tttfe, flf
Madraa, Oregon) Willlufu H Banta, of
CuJver, Oreiion, l . ,
O.W.MooltK)-. H
m25-2l)
Register.
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NEW STOCK-NEW STYLES
PARLOR, INGRAIN &
KITCHEN PAPERS
FURNITURE
UUCKS BROS
MADRAS, OREGON
bIILL UU1INU AT
SLAUGHTER PRfGES
All lines 0 goods except HarciwanTanT
mcnts. TIHs sale mdy be continued fofa f
tilnc only, so makeyour selection now. You
'Save 1-3 tgr
"JoHi
T. B. TUCKER
Horseshoeing and
General Blacksmitliing
WAGON AND
PLOW WORK
Flrsl-Cta W GnarateJ
Located In the, old lirookit shop
MADRAS, OREGON
Fin MR
TOWN
I fITO
81 Personal Property
HANDLED BY
J. W. BARNETT
UtlW, It-oin It), UKEKN HotKI.
MADRAS, OREGON
LilST oiith mE
Vol Coal Land ,
Li OM ISSTEAD. N.tlc for Vuhth a
tion, l)partn"iit if the Interior,
U 9 LandOniceatThoDaHoH, 6r'eKon.
Mirdi 10, ItKJ.
Notice Ih hereby ulveit Unit .
LEWIS E, BAKBH', ,
of Madrn-, Oregon, who, on Kovem.
her J, 100-2, iniido IIoiiien(ead Einrv
Serial No02flSI Xo. 11032, for nej Heo
21, IplOf, rl3ef w m,
7 fili'd notice or Infenijrifi make
iinnl fiv..ytiar proof, t c-'hI.IImIi
eIaIrn"to the hijid.iitiovH dicrihe. iM..
K.reiiowara W. XtlrnBn Unitl Htatec
C.ininh.Hiom.r, hi lil.i ollhw at MndniH.
Oreunn, on the 3l)ih day of April, 1I10U
ClHlmant nameKiiH HltneyeM:
Ilnrry W(5ard, Siniiil lialiHrftlch.
ThpimiH 11 Tucker, D..11 I' Ken, ll of
Madras, Oregon.
. . C. V. MooitK.
m2A ..20 . ltnLrHlr
PUBLIC SALE
IfitvJriK decltloil 10 wove to ic'alifrni
iicoorit ol iny wlfB'n liocilth, 1 tf ill null at l'al.
lie Auction ftt.lnjr rtiniOt mliuH North of
Madrai, on Agtnoy I'Jaln,
Saturday, April 10, 1909,
(jioibcmcIiib at 10 O'clock U,tn,i tllo following
propwtjts v n
hrg from iood to JtoOpotinilsi i two'VCBr-old'
colu. ...
iiinm COWfl-l C-ycAr-old letMv miiM.
cpw! S-cr'0)i iterkey heifer, trcih In July
6 DOZKN CHICKKNS ,
KAIIMJNU iMJ'I.KMKKTHOtiM 1i.l...
Cherry drllli onu V-Uottom NfrncnaH ,,,
Plow J I ilUoJiarrowi two it-u'ctlnh Kicellmr.
fowxj 1 Stu.lcbakor J,i0f Injiuk a-lnch wBoiij
i water lank, MaSnm; 2.ju votk lAxM '
,11111 cliwl.ii.
WBClllllO Wlljlllfl Oll, ,
TKIIM8 OA' aAIiltA Mtullt nf .1, ..........
.will lo tf Ail on nam. orr f )0, ,.urclftvr glv
jug notriili approved. Mn.irity, All .111,1, ot
oil tlmoualif, A dKdomit at ft i(r cunt will
bo gHcri for call,i(,.lm0 ale,
No property to 1e inored
r complied wltlw . ",w
Limch will tMvcd 011 (he grouudi, .
Cot. W it. llMNOim, Audlonccr.
U 1 tlllit ('!.
sal
NEW SPRING GOODsTjJsf i
Wagon Covers, Tents, Hammocks, Water B
FISHING TACKLE
A. C. SANFORD, Madras, I,
n
JNSEj
Sunit Mogmlne offer ttie readers of tid. .t. . .
of Xht year r ""Wtfpw,,
HUNSCT MAGAZINE .... I.OolT' F0"
WOMAN'O HOME COMPANION 1.aS $3,Q0
. un FDFTC with ycur order, a tuiirMi .
lllu.trated In four eo.LTt.h ,V.
., ,w foajn!-,!
SUNSET MAGAZINE
Spring
We have Just receicd our
Spring DRY GOODS,
Waistings,
EmbroiderifeS
aces, 1 nmmmgs,
1 11
Goods I
EtcH
Also a nW line of
Spring Walking Shoes
.1... , 1, ..i.ni mi...
Call and get your choice
befofe the line is broken
.l..MH,,.(l'.,l.Mll.,lt.l,lM',t.MlM1,.allt.l'.ltl.Vltf-.'rlvV.iriU
. Madras Trading Co,
C. E. ROUSH,
MANAGER
EAT JOB PRINTING
DONE PROMPTLY AT
PIONEER
Job Office
'tf you need LETTER H&ADS,
ENVELOPES, or '6ther , Com
mercial Printing:, "including
Special Ruled job work of any
kind, give us your order.
W Guarantee, satisfied
In work and price
T3i
MADRASj OREGON
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