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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1904)
Wlaat the Farm Has Contributed to
In the year 1705, Edward!
Jenner, an English Burgeon,
observed that those who milked
cows suffering from cowpox
(kine-pox) did hot really con
tract smallpox. By a series of
experiments on the lower ani
mals for a period of thirty
years, Mr. Jejiner became con
vinced that the poisons of kine-
pox and .smallpox were of the
same general nature. In 1796
Jenner performed his first vac
riuation on the human subject.
This , was rapidly followed by
numerous other applications of
the virus, and in 180Q vaccina
tion was introduced into Franco,
Germany and the United States.
Of oourso, as is the case with
all investigators, Jenner met
with a great deal cf opposition,
and there are yet a great many
people who do not admit that
vaccination is beneficial. One
DOINGS AT LAMONTA.
hundred years of success, how
ever, has so changed conditions
that once where smallpox
slayed its thousands many peo
ple now, from the rarity of the
disease, never see a case. The
farm cow furnished.the cue, and
today is still the means of pro
pagating the virus.
Another very important ad
dition to the armamentarium of
the physician is the nse of
blood serum to combat disease.
The most generally employed
of these serums is "antitoxin'
or antl-ilJhtheria sernm. The
germs of diphtheria do not of
Waller H elf rich, who was married r
few weeks ago to Mlsa Viola Cox, is
building a new ham, fencing nioro
land and ia preparing to runke hirusfilf
leu in tnc upuuuuing or wampum ami
George Hendricks baa bought a new
chopper, which no expects to run this
winter on n custom basis. George
does good work rind is able to do lots
Lorenzo Thomas, who line been haul
lug wheat for J. U. Horney, is now
building au addition to bio barn on' his
homestead and Isalao preparing to put
in a kirge crop for the 1005 harvesting,
WilHanuSurid and wife bought a new
two-seated carriage the other day and
gave It a trial by driving down to.Ma
drao and back- They were agreeably
surprised at the progreea that city ia
Oscar Cox la buay sowing hfs fall
grain, lie Is stubhling In some wheat
aud thinks he would rather risk that
than spring grain.
Lon Patterson ia making somov Im
provements on his place, aud the
neighbors aro wondering if Lou isn't
getting ready for a cook. The cook,
whoever she i.-?, might do worse, for
Lon is a splendid worker and a good
Several orchards were plauted here
last spring anil they havo made a
splendid growth. If the trees are
cared for this winter and nil the time
thereafter we ahall soon have plenty
of fruit to sell.
WARM SPRING NOTES.
BUY LOTS IN
The coming Indii
Telephone to Forest.
II E. Ellis, of the Deschutes Tele
phone Company, returned Hunday
from his trip to rrineviile and Forest
in the interest of. a telephone line be
tween those points. He made arrange
ments for the construction of the line
and the poles are already delivered
along the route of 3i miles. Dpon
completion of toe auto road the tele
phone will be closed between Forest
Ou Wednesday cvenlug tho sohoolt
gave a Tbaukfglving entertainment'
consisting ' of . songs and recitations J
wmcn were creonaoiy reuuorcu.
On Thanksgiving the children were
treated to a turkey dinner, As usual
on uoh occasions'' the cron'oyes noted
as waiters, thus allowing nil the chil
dren to sit down and enjoy the good
things that wcro provided. After the
chttdron had been served about eighty
old Indians, who had gathered in an
ticipation, woro invited in and clvi'ii
their dinner. Not content with get
ting a hqnnro meal, many of tho
'kloochtnen" brought along a sack,
into which they surreptitiously passed
all that thejr' could lay their hande on.
Miss Dunn, of Simuasho, has been
tile quest of Miss Montgomery during
tho Thanksgiving Nativities.
John il. Strnneh, of Toledo, Ohio,
arrived recently to take Uie position
of electrician, which has been tem
poral lly filled by Tetor Kahuna.
Fok Sai.b -One white walnut Bonk
ca?e desk and dresser combined. $10:
one feather bed, live geeso feathorr', M t-C I"f M CV f?l
price per pound, ;half market rate; 12'" 3V l kVJ
barrel nmoth Rock cuckerel", 5uc
A Big Flour Mill now bnildlug.
Modern Stores now running and others
AU roads to Madras lead down hill
from every direction and are the only
g od roads in Eastern Oregon.
Fine Water easily obtained in wells
from 12 to 2Q foot (loop,
Most equable climate in Contral Oregon
Tho Aup road passes through Madras.
Fiir iftril(ulars Inquire or ), p,
sfrial Center of Central Orei
a. mi y- t 1 n .
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vwuiui wiu uuiuiiurii will
The c(-.nlcr of a farming country ho,
and bettor than Sherman county, vjJJ
uuca 1101 ruquiru irrigation to prodao
Long Distance Tdfiphono connection
viiii uio oiusiuo worm win soon bo here,
J.ots from SnO.OO and up.
RE A, Secretary Madras Townslto Company, Madras, Ore,
each. W. "N. Gordon, Warmsj.ring.Ore.
W"trht flnrtrc Iiv'ilrv Cinilrnl
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, Goods and Notions. -
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t. ., i" iiueo uu-
ul?m5Clvco yviauu lutj ajairm, tweeu Bend aud rrinevlll. T!pn,i
but tnese germs produce a Bulletin,
poison Known as toxin. The
same is true, also, of other germ
diseases. These . toxins, or
poisons, are the cause of illness
and often of death. Nature
provides the sj'stem with an
antidote, or "anti-toxin " to
counteract the effect ot the dis,-
ease toxins. In a great many
cases nature is unable to' cope
with the disease. It is in such 1
cases that the artificial anti
toxins come to the rescue.
'Hsu - -y.r
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS.
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cmeTERv WATIltU! UU mm
Watts JVIai? ble and
THE DALLES, - - -
The method of obtaining
diphtheria anti-toxin is about
as follows: After injecting into
the blood, of the horse the
diph1i2ria toxin, the horse's
eponomy fhimediately sets
about to manufacture anti
toxin in sufficient amount to
neutralize the toxin injected.
uy repeating tnese injections
'life horse becomes proof against
the toxin and js then called im
rlhe serum of the horse's
blood, which is then loaded
with anti-toxin, is withdrawn,
preserved hy various methods,
and when injected into the sys
tem of a diphtheria 'patient is
often of great benefit in com
bating diphtheria. The serum
jo (iibu uduu ax u jjiuveiuive.
This time the horse is the means
of aiding the medical profession.
' Singing School, . r
,fcRev.II.-Pontiul; of Opal, Flat, 'will
meet the pegple offeladras alid viciuily
next Saturday night at the Madras
pchool house with a view to organizing
a singing school. All are cojdialiy, In-
' ' vited to he present.
Ever)'body likes to wear good clothes; every man, every
woman, every child. They like to feel that the garments they have
on, were made for them; it's a satisfaction that's worth payinp for.
but ' r : x
Some tailors charge too much tor it; perhaps they need the
money; ive don't know. But why not
After you have selected the pattern for a suit of clothes, all
you can get in it at any price is style and fit. You may say that in.
addition the garments should be well made; but that's only a repe
tition. If they fit and have style about them, they are well made,
you may depend upon that; and if they arc well made, they fit and
have style; the terms arc inseparable. ' . '
i .jWe?rein the tailoring business. We show a-carefullyselected
line of some five hundred choice patterns in Fall and WinterWool- I t
ens. i ncie are irom
'THE HOUSE THAT SETS THE PACE"
The Royal Tailors? ,
Chicago, U. S. A.
and they handle all our tailoring orders. The new goods are truly
-'beautiful and the prices are sure to interest those who appreciate
values, r - ;f
mACEN'SJUITS AND OVERCOATS
-f DOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS
tAH garments madeto exact measurements, in the clean, light
nd wholesome Royal work-rooms; no sweat-shop labor; no fancy
prices; no failing to satisfy. Sec the Royal line me your iudc
went that's aJJ we ask. J b
HAT CREEK ITEMS.
Tho farmers are all busy putting in
their fail cropa,
Mrs. White returned borne last week
from a bualnewi trip to Portland.
' Mi8 Jesslo Andrewe is teaching a
very buceefcsful echool with a good
Ed Baldner is erecting a very neat
cabin ou bis homestead south of Ed
Charles Parrisb and ,Ralph Alleo
imvo roiurueu irom Hhanilto with
loads of hardware for MoTaggart .&
Bye, of Madrtfs.
Leo Curtis ia breaking about thirty
acres of laud ou Ed Buldner's homestead.
Mrs. John McTaggart and Ifttje (Q
daughter, Until, who havo been viuit- ny
nig at Hi rarrisn-s, ion ror meir now. (3
."Mr, ;BdcIr8, Itblnehamor havo
Woffcs, $2.25 Per Day.
Board, $4.50 Per Week.
50 T E A M S
;$2.50 Per Day.
Apply or write to
Deschutes Irrigation aM Power Go.
I W. BOLTON Si CO,
Stoves and Rangei
STOCKMEN'S SUPPLIfiS A SPECIALTY.
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Repair; Pi.ornptiy and Cheaply Don
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attention, a W'lJ.',ljMK 'Mlvnty guarntI. Your irctrlM!
my )crUlir RtMHpMjiilit'wit PtMyow. Stork KpJ xml Ihim l Mli&
.5a1ify ori-.ttiimrr'NOUHn. notn 'j'lion.. WJIOI.K3ALE AND ItKT.UI.
U Touj ,ivtoh 1 In need of ropnlrn
or If you -want to buy a iijw one,
you can not tio better Hum to write
PRACTICAL WATCH and
THE DALLES, ORE.,
Kor jirlpe, ami xtyloi". MbII onlar
receive promj't nttentton. AH work
Notice to Creditors.
Notfco is hereby L'lvrn that the under
siunuu ii.'ip Dcen. uv 1 in ununtv i.nnrt n
the State of Orcuou for Crool; county. dnl
amioinu-d adininlstrntor of tli(4 nxtitt
John llasihi:s. decexttd. and all ner?on
1 . . . . . ...
uiiviiiu cmuiis iiirEiiiiHL Rim C'ltfitn hit
ligrchy nqiicsted t jin-Hint tlje snimvl'ilv
VPtificd. to said AdniluUlr.itor nttlic. olllcc
of M. K. Urlnlt. In Prlm vllle. Ore.. wKliln
iix,ui(jttuw rrom tl;o ilnur ot the llrst pun
fcStJo'n of this notice.
Date of first nubiir'atlon of this notlco
Nov. 17,-lPOI. Kl) KUTCIIKH.
Adnitnlstratnr of the Estate of John J I uat-
BOUGHT AIVD SOLD
HomeBtead Locations. Farms for.Itontf We write Iri
t Buranco and Bonds of All Kinds. Money to Loan Blue
Prihfta'ownBhln Plats for sale. Writo or call for pricce on
Land Scrip of All Kinds.
List your Proporty with us If you aro looking for Quick
jfS ffilMppTfiY BROWNHILL
RlSf.;.nd,FniiAI,l!En.. MADRAS, 'OREGON
Royal Fire Extinguisher
XO, ST.OIMJOCkS OH VALVES
A. CHILI? CAN OPERATE IT.'
MADE IN 8 SIZU3.
trallons. cornier.... 813 00
tf callous. cmiDfir 15.00
F. q. h. Portland.
This rnnclilnc js easily and qnlol;Iy
charp:d aud ls.-&uarantecd to put out i:y
small lire tliuj can ho reached. It la Juat
tho thing for and should hQ In every real
deuce, barn and storo in tho country,
For further particulars write to the maim
Id. l;butCer,&-go )
' Op FIRST STREET,
Or leave your orders at Pioneer Oillco,
Wo mako a plrd of any township in The.
VfiUan Lna iisif jci, correcieu up 10
date for 0 cents ca.sU. or postage stamps
- Hudson & BrownMU
RI Estate & Investment Company
For the Best In Groceries go to
BONN BROS. & CO.
THE DALLE3, OREGON.
Groceries, Vegetables, Fish, Poultry, Butter
Eggs. Al kinds of Mill Feed, Etc.
We make a Specialty of Farmers' Produce.
Write for Prl
, of Onr Buggies Spring Wagons, Bindora,
, ? Mowers, Stoves and Stol Hunges must bo sold
b January 1st to make room for another lino
Vj m&K$?$St wiU W you to get-our prices.
- , . MAYS & CRO1
. Jhe Dalles, Oregon.
" ..Slightly DatoeH inoiedm.,
l 50 per cent, roiluctloii rom reditu price. Chtnr.e(t iro for tot rurnltnre, Cffl
HtovcH nnd Craekcrjrnare. '
rhe Great Northern Furniture Sto
S ' East Second St, The Dalles pre.
, WE can save you mopey.on oqriea, freali, clean,,;
aud pure Flour ' :
1 :,rtSoott's Best" at $1.40 per Sack.
' Notions and Patent Moaicinda."' Boots and Shoes
and Farmers' Necesities of all kinds. New and
large stock at right prices, Call, examine and bo
n 1 1 it 1 fi 1 n 1
..The Leader Millinery.1
i , Alls BELLE HAVEN, Proprietor.
ity ten, lowjnt prlcoti, Irgent-and )ci Holootcd jock (Ji tin; JIr
om)y im'eds .Wwhlngton BtK-ot, ibptwcfln'flccond andJr fj01''
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Ibey now havo chartro.
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