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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1905)
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ef, who de r - hond Ii?. .oA'hs. d ok 11,0 b(,,!t fe1 ftml
. .flUO a 1 .nnu m ml II I H 1.1 Mil Lin II .
MxMWwf 4 Postl,, Rm,tc-
The )VftJjlepflu?eut Kadvrjjtliiltri
for bid fat cartyhiK the may oyer tlib
the new po 1 routo to he is.tHbllKbed
between Jifol!r mid Madras, oji Sep
tember 15, 1005. The servjce will be
dully, owpt Sunday, leaving Helsler
til C,:00it. in., nrrlvlnjK Rt Madras 11:0
a. iu., him) departing from Madras in
(lio afteijnooii In time to connect with
thii evening oUtRe from Helsler to
ft r .: unnday mornlno.
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Steven and '
' ...Mnuck'sS Co 8.
.... mil calves mr
"u wlll llmlltloyour
ofh. who Das ocen i,
.'y plains for scrcral days,
K- at Pnnevflle Friday
IP i a
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, Mrew U-zul cu-e, uem
i n.,mnn cliureii.
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ton on j
ranqher mm tlie unzwru
i m. r.ttl'im m from
. .1 nun mi. vj 1 1 - -
vC bUultieM. lie wm ro-
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after a load of materials foi Ins
buildine. The building is
,i Mr .t ill Mrs. Mai
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r way to Agency Plains, where
a ranch. They have been at
Pontond, anil express them-
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fair, inev win ne l'une two
oac at n.iini'nir. n ii.. irniii
limy Lane uumDeriny lompany
a large st)ly ol first-class
I dreased lumber at their sawi
ma east of I,ainonta, oi tlici
sot enuly butic. Your ordeiai
pilled. KoatU to the mill arc
condition. J. H. Hawkins.
p Journal: L'rofessor W.
. if Moro, and Professor Thos.
P, of Independence, passed
frm Valley on their return from
stjoum in the Madias country.
mat prniviMn iL.n,.. ii. .
fnuntru ! i m f i
mu k is incir DC
ui a piospcrous future
w.uLic m I'Mnev lie.
driDg ihc hot wave, the vari.
"on 9$ l0 ion, while tV Re.
un 4a i ii
w "",arKi in tue shade.
Kovemment mercury failed W
'"I. At Othfr
the crop wduld amount to $8160. oral
.sum tyjitf to thtf -wbrth of fl(o landiit,?;
(valurttfoil ef' 5,109 per a.crc.'' I if a imH.u:
planner potatoes, yielding nt. llic r.1te of
135 ouuneis, would remove in 'one year
$561 of fertility and in ao years $11,320.
Wheat yielding 20 buahcli. 6f grain alid
800 pounds of straw would remove $455
of fertility in ons year, and in 20 years
years $9094. Corn yielding 30 bushels,
per acre, would remove in one year $454
of fertility and 30 years $9072,
If the farm, had been devoted to betl
production, and the assumption be made
that the 80 acres would support 35 ani
mals from six month of .age until sold
as feeders one year later and" making a
gain of one pound each day, then the.
amount of fertility passing off in each
year would amount to 95.30 and in 29,
years St 507..
IT butter was produced at iterate of,:
200 pounds per cow, and 25. cows were
kept on the 80 acres, the fertility passing
oT would amountj to $i.t6 in on.ycar.
arjd $23 in 20 years.
'fhe Engllsk Walnut,
Over $10,000,000 is expended annual
y for nuts in the United States, and
California supplies but $200,000 wori,h
provided the season is not too dry and
the, trees dp. not suffcr in l Vat state from a
An 8 year-old English walnut tree will
produce 1 op 'pounds of, nuts, which sell for
12 cent a pouj,oV About too trees are
set to the were.
which makes the nut a
profitable crops n planting Jlnglish wal
nuts, it is understood that the second gen
eration must be secured, as the third,
fourth, or fifth generation will not pro
ducc.V This is. an important point which
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Fertility RcnioYCtl from Farm.
I'roi. ('. h, Jli Ktcli In ( iice am! Dnlr Joiirnt
U'hemtlie products of the farm are sold
in the forri of hay, po(a.locs corn or bar
ley, the large amounts o( fertilizing ingre
dients are removed also, but when the
sajes are in. the form of animal products
then relatively smaller amounts of fertility
are removed from, the farm.
tghty acres in hay, yielding one ton
p:r acre, would remnVe in one year fertil
ity value to 'the .qmount of $408 If it
were possible to sustain this yield for a,
period of 20 years the fertility of value in
N. M. LANE
and Wagon Maker
HORSPSUQEINO A SPECIALTY
All Worfc auarantecd
A, M. WILLIAMS & CO.
Hazelwood Ice Cream
QDA WATER, ICE CREAty SODA; ROOT BEER.
HAMMOCKS, CAMP STOOLS, FISHIHC TACKLE
WALL PAPER, FU?NI,TURE, LINOLEUM
Lewis and Giark Fair Visiters
Call ou Us When passing Throndi Towu. We're at Your Service
A gcHcr1 lino ol Orocerlc,ft 1 . .
cUl line of ffcntV Furnishing
Ooods, lfO i completo lino of StR
tloncry, Vlpnrn, Confectionery unci
illon.i can V '0,I1-,5 Rt the
W. E. WILLS, Prop.
DIer Jn bora-ine3o
Try our maie of Vh!t! nivor Trsi
stock sVuMlo. ThoUtln ihe wftrlft.
j AND PEEDBARN
j I'EX JJEED, MniJtcer.
'GOOD meals clean beds
j M BUILDINGS '
( .NJ) HAY OF ALT. KID3 FOR 3AtE
I I'ltlCES REASONABLE.
ttor?rCi For Sale.
Four work horsts one marc 5 years,
three horses 4 'yeavs old. Seven miles
southwest of Madras. For particulars
call at th Pioneer Office. 41
points In the
was reported from 105 to
"un on the Hi,. pia!n I,.-,, n
"liu 111 nr- hi. i.. t
- ccii ncquainted
Hew days. The other nl.,h
: ' "er at tnc .ate. Af.
!0';,he d0rthat just as he
1 be ea:h slW u. .t.. ....
' via uiiiirr 1 1 1
--v.H out 0 h ,, !. 'i.l
the stars Later in
!ho that what ailed Mm
"' which is being W
'h Pre"nt ,me on Mil,..
"""w "better il,n..,C..;
m. . j -' ny iiJic
thevil,,. " "cllcr DM
'"Thave een. m. tri,..
Crf the Clle., IT. 7
We have the following choice tracts of
land for sale In this vicinity:
160 acres of farming land, 15 miles
south of Madras. , Good house and barn,
all fenced 80 acres now tn grain and bal
ance can be culjivntcd. The crop will be
included in Ihe purchase price.
240 acres "AboUl to miles southwett of
Nfadrai, "on Little Agency Plains. All
plough land 1 unimproved. Lcel plateau
land, and as good as the best land in this
4640 acres of land five miles northeast
"of Madras. All 'under fence and' jjjo
acres of it good plough land; balance
gosd pasture land, - ' "i
40 acres of land lying under Columbia
aowncrn uncus an irrignuic.
160 acres of farming land lying is,
miles north of Madras. Has fine spring
upon it, mid is all fenced.
800 acres or fanning and pasture land;
15 miles north of Madras. Thjrty acres;
;can be irrigated and used for fruit ran$h
Title ito 2ll'of tllK)ve,lViperfectea.
kimXrSc fMriiiaThtfJ IfVeslred.
" Prices and terms reasonable.
' mr m. !s. ar
Qry Goods, Clothing,
IIOOTjS AND HJIUEM
HATS A," f Aly
...BLACKSMITH and WAGOHMAKEL.j
I lorseshoelng a upecialty . Dealer In j
coal. Iron, wheels, cushions, rubber1
tires, springs, axles.
Successor to Hahn's
MRS. E. R. M'GEE, Prop.
Best place to stop in thq
city, ibtnelike eotntovte
GOOD A000M1J0DATI0NS TOE TEAVELLINQ MEH
BARBER & D'LASHMUTT, MANACERS
Good feed and easeful
treatment given to stoek
BEET ACCOMMQQATIO.NS FOR FREIGHTERS
Give - Xjs
1M EAT MARKETS
C E. RUUSinL, irrop. (
Keeps constantly on hand the best
4 FRESH AND SALT MEATS ft
And pays the highest market price for Fat Cattle,
Hogs, hlheep, Butter, Eggs, and otber Farm Produce.
WE CA'fi SATISFY YOUR WANTS - CIVE US A CALL
SQLD ONLV BV THE
flowis Safe and Iiock Company
Agents for tlip Pacific Coast. The onlr Arm that ran sell ft Safe injOer
Hall's Brand. ExptnJvc tale for tliQ onlr MANGANKSE BANK SAFE.
Agents for he OLIVER TYPEWRITERS.
ViM-l ?oconil Ave.. Seattle, Wash.
iV2 Pino St., t-au FrancUco, Cal.
1H WaUdugtonct., Spokane, Wssh.
84 Third Street,
Z. F, MOODY
GENERAL COMMISSION &
". Large ami Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited.
,. Prompt, attention paid to those who lavor us
with their patronage,
L. A. YOUNC GENERAL MERCHANDISE
i -v -S
See me for your
STANDARD BINDING TWINE 15c an lb.
i :r. m "
frrries the Largest and Best seleqted
stook of gouts' und ladies' ready-made-clotlting
of any store in Orook county.,
latest stylos, best lit, lowest prions;
nleo a full and complete line of every-
thing needed by the fimner and stocic-
...... onil .tr o Ivinl -nri1ir und be &.
til " -
WURZWEILER &" THOMSON
1 PrinevHle,... Oregon
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tK . JZskfa
WATTS MARBLE W0fS
WATTS & BAKER, PROPS .
'Marble and Granite
Zbfi. O 3ST XT DM 33 UST "3? S
'Wo-tlmfn anil lodgo work a sporty
Irciti rtilil Wire Poncing for Cemeteries
ami r nnnu, ;
lllia'lllrect with quarries Inpar
Shaniko Warehouse Company
GENERAL STORAGE AND FORWARDING
Special attention to Wool (fading and Bnllng for Eastern ship
ments. Dealers in Blacksmith Coal, Lime and Builders' Material
of all kinds. Sulphur, Wool and Grain Sacks and Twine, Grain,
Flour ahd Feed. Highest price paid for Hides and Pelts. Stock
Yards.with all the latest and best facilities for htndling Stock.
1 Mark Goods Care ol
"S W. Co."
T. G. CONDON, Manager.
I S OUR BUSINESS
HEAT AND ARTISTIC
PRICES ARE RIGHT
THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE j
1W lookine firm ,