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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1908)
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. ..i,n,u nf nromotlnB hoalth nnil
applncss and rlsiit living nnu khuw
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.mi obtaining ma oesi mo
Om of tho product of that clans,
known component partB, an Ethical
medy, approved by phynlclana and
aa iv ih WtilMnformod of
e World as a valuable and wholo
miiv laxative la tho woll-known
dr.. nnil Isllrlr nf Knnnn. To
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Root and Kerb
IIm inula n Ufa etttdr of
lonleend li.ll.. and In thai
lujj diKxr-nl aim la al.
In. lo ilia world uu wuaar
t ul rprli.
Utmirv. Polion or Drug Utd-tla Curca
A I'errnrleit IlromMiiin,.
"Oh, glrlH," cxclnlmcd tho Runhlna
mnlden on tho crowded utri-ct enr
"I'vo Just wiiHhcd my hulr mid I can't
do n thliiB with HI" j,(,t then the
car srnvo n lurch nnd nlio ahrlekcd ni
the mnn In front of her ateppod on hor
"Ik'R imrdon," muttered tho wenry
fllrnphnnr who lind done tho Htup
pliiK. "You bco, l'v Jimt wniihdd my
feet nnd I cun't do n tiling with them."
t lllnck Conlrd fnupnra,
We nre becoiiliiK not only n nntlon
of Hhoplccepcrii, but a nation of clerkH.
ICvory youiiK man wlnliou to bo n cleric,
every young woman u tyjiewrlter. The
prnfewsloii In frlKlitfully overcrowded
and frlKlitfully underimld. We have
neither mtvhiiIb nor Inborera, only mi
army of blnckcouled paupera. Iondon
MothBrn wilt And Mr. Wlmlow'i floothlnn
Byrii thii li. it rmnodr to uo lor thlrcU.'Wr-n
aurluK Ui UstlUii(f period.
"Pardon tnf," mid this dowajer with tin
mole on hnr chin, "but tin re I. herdlj
room for two of tin here If you an colnj
to keep that tlilna; on your head."
"(), 1 kucm there' room enough, mad
am," anawercd the aharp featured youni
womau with the uiul.ragfoin hat, win
occupied the adjoining eat. "I'm nol
making any kick about the apace youi
feet take up." Chicago Tribune.
CITP ft Vlta nnri and J1 N.rrmu J)Umm
r.l I u Prmniuijr curM hr Ur. Klln'a Ureal
Srrym llralorar. Henii for I'ltlCK lltrlal botU and
irrallta. Dr. It. ILKIIdv, Ld., Ml Aicli UL, ruU.,l'a.
A l'radful Ntioref.
Wife Hnvo you any secrets you
keep from mo, dcareat?
llualinnd None, dnrllng.
Wife Then I am detormlned I will
hare none from you, either.
Huahand Have you ecreta, then?
Wife Only one. and I am resolved
to make a clean breast of It.
llualinnd (hoarsely) Go on!
Wife For surersl days I have had
n recret n swret longlug for a nsw
drciw, with bnt to match, for my birth
day. That fetched him. Taller.
RAISING OF WHEAT.
Advantage! of Correct Mathod of
Growing and Marketing
Ur S, C. Amwtronir. Washington State College,
Wo must first And out what tho ox
"ting demand Is Koing to bo, nnd then,
If poaglble, meet that domnnd; for II
wo do not meet tho requirements of tho
demnnd, eomo ono elso will, nnd we
will ho forced to a Jower lovel than wo
should bp. Conecfjuintly, In tho pro
ducts n of wliout, we have to study tho
problems wo meet from a competitive
standpoint; wo must compote with
somebody elso who is growing wheat,
not out neighbor, necenfnrlly, but oui
no ghbor's sottion of tho countty. A
man will go where ho enn got tho best
wliont, if ho wants to buy, and if wo
hnvo not tho bcBt, wo will Iopo tho trudo.
Wo ol tho wheat producing districts
of Wathiniiton aro fortunate in having
tho best country for tho production of
wheat on earth, and we should uso the
utmost dillgor.co to aoe that wo employ
only tho host methods. If wo do this.
wo can placo Washington at the heud of
uie wheat produoing regions of tho
globe, and tho brand of the "Kvergreen
Htnto" on a barrol or ack of flour will
bo known as a mark of perfection tho
We, the public, should commence to
ralso the grade standard. The state
grain commissioner is at present forcing
the purohaier to accept No. 2 as No. 1;
we cannot expect to got as much for No.
1 wheat that Uits 68 pcundi as our
neighbors can for wheat that testa bet
ter. Becaure tbii state of affairs exists,
we are sending out, eaoh year, wheat
loss sought for than wheat grown in
many other countries.
Wo should insist that every giain
glower in the state use suoh oare in tho
productionh of his wheat that the re
sulting higher standard will Inotease,
the demand for our wheat. If we im
prove the quality of our produot, the
state grain commissioner will be forced
to raise tho standard; and wo should
in this way see that our standard is
above the standard of every other wheat
producing state. By doing this, wo
would rauso our wheat to be quoted at
fancy prices. Wo should make our
product so good that wo would be will
5100 Reward, $100.
In E ?;e.,.,'i,XL,Lb" .".fi'l-i: 1 ing to have our namoand sddrees print.
that neliuiee haa been nMe to cure in all in ed on it, so that ns It goes out into the
SMpiitt of the world, people the world
Bbmtl.ra. barroom, ntnoua ixirllllr.
sm (nil All rrll UImi
A SURE CANCER CURE
RtuKad from Peking, China Safe. Sure
a. inrinu arjinia in aa a m
--WP rl.V Wi MltUa-Ua If lr ( ilnVV fV
FImm Utnlloa TaU rir.
inrillral fratunilty. C atarrli to ug a conitllu
tlonal illicniu. reiiulrea a conitltiiilnnal t,mi
moiit llall' I'aiarrh Curat, taken Internally
acting directly ii'xin the blixxl and murounaur
laeei of tho a utern, thorebv ilet'oylng the (o in
ilntloii Ol the dUcate. and rlrl nr I n hail rn
i iirniiiciii iy uuiuuiiK up uiu roiulltu'lou am
MiiaiiiiK nature in lining ill work. The pro
If In. - f have ' uiurh faith In Itai urailv m tmi w
vtt hat they nfter Uno llundrod Dollar for an
rae that II laila to cure. Heud for lltt o
A. Mr.. i Y J. CIIKNKV A CO., Toledo, O.
Hold by all driiggUti,7ftc.
Take llall'i Kami I y I'llla for conittpatlon
Thm llabx'a Fault.
Ntirsemnld I'm joint to leave, mum.
Mistress Why, what's the matterl
Don't you like the baby? Nursemuld
j ca m, out no is mat arrniu or a po
liceman that I cau't get near one.
T tuanllna thta uanar.
Xerxes now and then drank xerea,
Mounted oft lili xanthlc throne,
Balled In xebec, Milled for xlphlua,
l'layed in xyata bl xylophone
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entiri. t, i i. di r M. . t M 1 1 r-.a nt PliAiitnn.
hvnciiii ncaiui is hcnc uttca nna mint up. u "0 "
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'urnislied free. THR RWI17T SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, Oa.
Sorottlm (o, I had Rhtumatttm and bad to
quit work. Th patn In my back and bttwtca
my ihouldtr wn to intern I could not rtit or
deep. I tried .rythlnx, but nothlnx did me any
food till I beard of and took S. S. S. Thii mtd
Idn cured m tound and well. It purlflad my
blood and mad m (mI Ilka a new man.
Andmoo, Ind. 1" E. 19th St-
I wa tevtrely troubled with Rheumatism. I
had It In my kneel, leg and ankle., and any one
who ha ever hid Rheumiliim know how eicru
clallni th pain U and bow It interfere with on
at vork. I wa truly In bad hpe bavlnf been
bothered with It for ten year, off and on. A
local phyalclan advlied me to ui S. S. S. I did
o. After liking two bottle I noticed th ore
ne and pain were jreatly reduced. I continued
th medicine and waa thoroujhly cured: all pain,
loreneu and Inflammation son. I recommend
S. S. S. to all Kheuraatie (uuerer
803 E. Greenbrier St.,
J, L. AONBw,
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
over will know that wearepioud of our
QU&8TION8 AND ANSWERS.
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Valuable Information to Pacific North
Ily J. L. Aillock, Wuhlntrton Experiment Sta
Itynn. "Has niRtikind ever boeu ablo
to deviae a fence that will stop nn An-'
gora goatf Do coyotes annoy themt"
L. L. V.
"Thero are no dometticated animals
that aro as hard to keep penned up as
Angora goats. To secure them, n fence
abould bo of a kind that will not per
mit the animals to climb, and from
four to five feet high. It should bo so
conitructed that n goat cannot jump
over it, and prefeably ahould be mjde
of wire inatead of boards. A wire fonco
timile of woven wire nnd about fifty-four
inclioi high should hold them. Remem
ber, thnt if the animals can get any
aort of vantage from which to jump,
they will go over the fence. Tho gonts
nro pretty good on the defensive, henco
coyotes do not as n rulo make much
bend way in attacking them."
Olenwood, Idaho. "la 'quack crass'
a dangerous pcxtf How may I kill
morning-glories f " C. II.
" 'Couch grass ' is (mother name for
this pest, nnd it is curtninly dangerous
when it once has escaped into n garden.
In tin) Ktistorn States it is reported
quito oft"!!, but I hnvo not been in
formed that it is in tho Northwest in
any grout abundance. Tho morning
glory is even more dangerous than
quack grass. Fall plowing and cover
ing with straw or manure nro fairly
good means of destroying it, but it is
nearly impossiblo to kill it by fall plow
ing." Wolf Creek, Mont. "How much nl
fill fu seed should ho sown per ncrcf
Which is better, fall or spring seed
ing f" W. C.
"If moisture conditions are all right,
fall seeding will do in somo rogions.
Spring seeding should be done so as
to avoid ilnmago oy rrost when tno seen
is germinating. Twelve to flftoen
pounds por aero is about right for broad
cast seeding, but if n drill or seeder is
used, ten or twelve will do."
Orass Vnlloy, Or "Pleaso toll mo
concerning tho comparntivo value of
wheat, hay, and carrots as a feed for
horses." I. M. U.
"Such a comparison is impossible,
since tho feeds you mention do not fill
the snmo nood. The food valuo of car
rots is vory low, but the effect they
litivo in toning up tho systom, and keop
ing it in good running order is vory
important. A horse could oat a peck of
currots per day to a vory good advan
tage, but you should not attempt to
substitute them for hoy. The same is
truo in making n comparison of whont
and raw carrots for hog foed, although
up to tho amount that a hog will oat,
the carrots will replace a cortaln por
tion of tho wheat. I can safoly say
that whore carrots will yield twenty
tons per acre, you will find it highly
profitable to feed thorn to hogs to tho
full capaaity of their appotitios, provid
ing you feed some grain in connection
with tho corrots; but you will bo un
able to koop stock hogs on carrots nlonc,
as thoy contain too small a porccntago
of bone-and-musolo makini; material."
"My dad klu lick your dad," sold tho
dirty faced boy.
"I don't know whether ho kin or not,
said tho now boy on the other sldo of the
hnck yard fence, "but I'll bet my ma kin
outtnlk your'n." Chicago Tribune.
Missouri marketed 10f,lo5,U5S dorens
of eggs last year, for which was received
more than $10,000,000. Added to this
aro the items of llvo nnd dressed poultry
nnd feathers, making the comfortnhlo sum
of nearly flO.000,000 -for poultry pro
ducts for tho last year.
"Ih Hho nn urtlHt?" "No, but Hho
pnlntH a lltlu." St. LouIh TIiiich.
"She kooiiih liko it very rcHorvtil girl."
"Ych i wonder who for?" Judge.
Mih. Trout Any gossip? Mr. Trout
i'cH, thu Hhndu have terrible skeletons
In their family. Tho Fisher.
The Artist (showing new picture)
This Is the best thing I over did. The
Critic Oh, well, you mustn't let that
Hewitt Aro you n believer In vac
cination? Jewett Most certainly. It
kept my dn lighter from playing the pi
ano for nearly a week. Stray Stories.
"Maude was afraid the girls wouldn't
notice her engagement i rlngV" "Did
they?" "Did they! Six of them rec
ognized it ut once." Cleveland Plain
The Heiress Hut they tell me you
are embarrassed by your debts. The
Suitor Don't you believe it. But
doubtless my creditors are. Chicago
Patience They say she has n won
derful command of language. Patrice
Well, she seems to command her bus
band'B, but not her own. Yonkera
"I pay aa I go," declared the pom
pous citizen. "Not while I'm running
these apartments," declared the Jan.-tor.
"You'll pay as you move In." Wash
Jack In the Orlentul world a girl
never sees her Intended husband until
she Is married. Floss How odd! In
tills part of thu world she seldom sees
him afterward. New York Globe.
"On your trip abroad did you see
any wonderful old ruins?" he asked.
"Yes," she replied, archly, "and guess
what." "Well?" "One of them wanted
lo marry me." Harper's Weekly.
"You admit that you sometimes make
mistakes," said the Intimate friend.
"You are wronu." answered the eminent
statesman. "I sometimes make mis
takes, but I don't admit It." Washing
Otllce Boy I lsjught our fair typist
a bunch o 'posies for lu;r desk ter-day.
Messenger Boy What did youse loosen
up like dnt for? Otlicc Hoy Try in' ter
bait de old man ter lire do chesty book
"Say." asked the llrst messenger boy,
"got any novels ter swop?" "1 got 'Big
Foot Hill's Revenge, " replied the oth
er. "Is It a long story?" "Nnw! Yo
kin finish It easy in two messages."
Mistress (astounded) You can't
read, Norab? Good gracious! How
did you ever learn to cook so well?
New Cook Shore, mum, 01 lay It t' not
belli able to read the cook books.
Town and Country.
He Yes, a daughter Is a father's
dearest jKisaesslon, and I don't blunie
him for not wanting to give you up.
She Oh, If I were the only thing he
had to give up lie might not feel so
badly. Town and Country.
"Would you advise me to go into
politics?" "Young mnn," answered Sen
ator Sorghum, "the mere fact that you
are so modest ns to ask advice about it
proves that you are unlit for the pro
fession." Washington Star.
Muriel When you eloped with
George, did you leave a note telling
your people where you had gone? Ga
hrielle Why. of course! If I hadn't,
how would papa have known where to
send us any money? illustrated Hits.
"And would you marry me if 1 were
a poor girl, working for u living?"
asked tho heiress. "Darling," respond
ed the accepted suitor, "It wouldn't be
fair. You'd be doing enough in sup
porting yourself." Philadelphia Public
"Tommy," snld the hostess, "you np
Iear to be in deep thought." "Yes'm,"
replied Tommy ; "ma told mo somethln
to sny If you should ask me to have
some cake or anything, nn I bin hero
bo long now 1 forglt what It was."
"Where hav ye, been this avenln'?"
asked O'Klley of OToole. "Sure, 1 hav
been playin' 'Bridget whist. " said
O'Toole. "Bridget whist? An' how do
ye?, play thot?" "1 sit in the kitchen
wld Bridget, an' nto pie nn cake an'
chicken, an' whin Bridget hears tho
missus comln' she says 'whist.' " Phil
Hack to Simple AVnja.
Abo, u light mulatto, called upon a
minister for whom ho had formerly j
"Yo' know, boss, I'so gwlno bo mar
ried nex' week," ho admitted halting-
ly. "I'so gwlno to marry Mlsa May
Felicity Johnson, an' May sho say sho
wants ter bo nmrrled Jus' like white
"All right, Alio, I'll marry you If
you wapt," the minister replied.
"How much you gwlno clinrgc?"
"It will cost you $5 to bo married
llko white folks."
Abo scratched his head. "Queas
wo'll had ter bo mnrrled llko colored
folks, then," ho snld. "You see, boss,
w'b goln' to housekeepln', nn' I ain't
got but $8."
When n bachelor 1b nmong women,
ho always claims to bo lonelier thuu
ho ronlly is.
Our national bird Is thu eaglo with
tho stork a closo second.
Tho Pnse Between,
A New Orleans woman, well known
for her work for charity, recently ac
cepted an Invitation to speak at an
anti-tuberculosis meeting. On the pint
form sho found herself seated between
a bishop and a rabbi, nnd tho tone of
the meeting seemed to be rendered ex
tremely solemn hy the combination.
In order to lighten tho solemnity, she
said, turning to the rabbi : "Do you
know, I feel ob if I were a leaf be
tween the Old and the New Testa
ments." The rabbi turned a snd-eyed gaze
"Yes, madam," be sr.ld, "and, If you
will recall, that page lit usually a blank
It was Sam Weller who made Dick
ena famous. "Pickwick Papers" were
a complete failure financially until this
unlquo character was Introduced. The
press was all but unanimous fn prais
ing Samival as an entirely original
character whom none but a great gen
ius could have created. Dickens re
ceived over $10,000 for "Pickwick
Papers," and at the age of twenty-six
he was Incomparably the most popular
author of his day. London Standard.
To Drcel: In New Shoe.
Alway ihake In Allen' Foot-Kae, a powder,
ft curei hot, cwt-ating, sonlng, iwollen feet.
Cures corn, ingrowing nail and bunion. At
til drugglil and shoe itere, 2.'c. Dont accept
lnyiuUtttute. Sample mailed FRKE. Addreaa
Allen a. Olmeted, Le Koy,:i. Y.
Pythias had returned, just la time to
ave the life of Damon.
"Gee!" exclaimed DIonyaiua. "Boys,
when that atory Is worked into a play it
will make a great hit."
"Most noble tyrant," said Pythias, ven
turing to correct him, "it's merely a sac
Many of the scorer, however, having
only a auperficial knowledge of th game,
marked it down aa a double play. Chi
"Do you ever meet Dr. Rybold?"
"Often. He and I er are thrown to
gether a good deal. We travel on the
same auburban trolley line.
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"Why don't you go to work?" asked
the prosperous citizen sharply.
"G'wan," retorted the mendicant,
"you'se fellows that have all the to't
snaps have a nerve." Philadelphia
My Hair is
Do you like It? Then why
be contented with it? Have
to be? Oh, no! Just put on
Ayer's Hair Vigor and have
long, thick hair; soft, even
hair; beautiful hair, without a
single gray line in it. Have a
little pride. Keep young just
as long as you can.
" I am fUtr-oeven year old, and until re
cently mjr hulr wn very rray. But In a few
week Ayer' Hair Vigor restored the natural
color to my hair o now there U not a fr
hair to be teen." J. W. IlAHSOV, Boulder
Had by J. O. Ayer Co.. Ixjwell, Has.
Alio manuiaoturer or
The Heat Part.
"Tommy, did you give your brother
th' best part of the apple, aa I told you
"Yessura. I gave him the Beeds. He
can plant them and have a whole orchard."
HOWAKD E. UCnTOU. Auayer and Chemurt.
Lawlville, Colorado. Specimen price: Gold,
Silver, L-ad, II ; Oold, B!lvr,75c: Oold, 0o: Zlno or
Copprr.ll. Cyanlda tent. Mailing envelope and
fall prlre Hit eont on application. Control and Um
pire work; eollcl led. iUferenoei Carbonate
THE MAN WHO SWEARS BY
THE FISH BRAND SLICKER
Is tho man who
has tried to get
tho same service
out of some
Clean - Light Durable
and Sold Everywhere
mi ro trti smn
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OPEN ALL. THE YEAS
Clatsop Beach Seaside, Ores
Directly on the beach overlooking
tbe ocean. Hot ult bath and
CLIFF HOUSE ffifcffiES:
nr Ban parlors. Electric Ilehu. Flre
ur place and ateant beat. Fine walk
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What is CASTOR1A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
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Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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