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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1909)
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Kiilored ns second class mnttnr August
under tho Act of Congrets of Mnrch 3, 1879.
JAN. 7, 1908
Dmnoox rvintr nn nil extensive IlllO Of eastern WtiBmilfftotl ttllder tllrt
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experimentation to discover a uusptces or Washington state
.11 tt . 1. J5 At 1.1 ! .... 1 ....... I r. .t .in till.
i...i.ni..i .. v. "nrv inrmiiit?" iuhiuou. iiiruuuu iiirriuuiiuriii uuiieuw, any a hip
1 uuiiouuu uiou Aiiiiiouiaj uj 1 tJ 1 I ' ' ...
the 1-iONEEU PUBLISHING co. which the crop yield of the so- Spokesman-Review.
culled "dry" sections of the "One Of the things we insist
subscription rated: A nMtx
iiniict nmtlrl liu I iirwttt Sti nt-unn ft tier fill) coil fX 11
Six mouths.."!".'!! ...... .5 increased. The work hns been packer, or the use of something
rhrcu months....... 60 under the personal supervision which will accomplish the same
aivkut!suo katk8 on AtTMOATioN of Professor George Severanoe, purpose. The packer is a ser
formerly agronomist of the sta- ies of discs on which the body
tion, and recently made head of of the niuohine rides, turning on
the department of agriculture, a long axle. The edges of the
Final results from the expert dirs are beveled on each side,
meats have not been compiled, so that there is a downward
Knl U ia Inmron tn r. tha mattinrl I n irl Inrnrnl minll rrtl'Mll tllHRoil.
v,uu0.uiiiiK iiiu uuiuuut ui I- tarmtntr aamt.nrA on5a nAn. ,.nliirr it tlmrninrl.lv nt. il
snow that has fallen in this sec- Iated hy f Profe88or Severance depth of seven or night inches
,OpDHUulUuJ0,Hul Hvilin aH caaea in rove lho ami insuiing the proper propor
consequent prospect of bounti-l , nf A t L!rttl ,lf nilf1 ltMlfH1.
ful crops it would, perhaps, lhere .p good rea8on for T found ,n my rfp ,M wwjk
w u,..r ,u "U.Ultl " c lievimr that the acreaire vield- that a number of the farmers
Bdentinc tillage ot soil for this wi, infcrea8ed. here bnve theae inaollillHa and
locality. Nevertheless, it will , s nnUPBlntwl fllu:P nQM t it haw
Detound that the farmer who V " (lmt 1111P llllhliim,i( H
lnH nut hU snil in nrnnur nnn quality ui gram cuu uo growu f"
5,1? fu ".?e iioder the mtlhods of scientific arable circulation iu Washin
rJr r " .J"" tllluire for the drv sections." ton, but did not know to what
tx.u.aiu.c, wu. iu (uhi. eiu - prJfea8or Severance extent they had adopted our
harvest a better orop, both as to m r releasor sseverance. j h
aualitv and nnnntitv tlmn tl. "Dming the past season we methods. I was told at the
2U J, " tn..th! have tried both methods in Washington state college tha.
fields side bv side, and the re- the subject had been talked and
" - I t . a m
suits Drove this. taugnt mere ior several years
In woiking out a system of mat "B 01 uiepaoitew was
iiiiiiKu ivi u roiv uiy nuoai
k IOT10K FOll l'lJULlOATION-
li TTnltml Ktntcs Lnud Oniei', Thu
DnllfiR. Ormion. Nov 11. 1008. Sorlnl No.
0475". Notion la horoby Riven thnt
Avory T. Holmes, by Judson 1. VaiiHoif
ten, nttornoy In fact, ims liiuti iiisnppnca
tlon to Ht'lcct, under tlio jirovlMons of tho
Act of Juno 4, 181)7, (SO Btut., 06) thu svytf
sell- see 15. tn 11 s, r 15 c, nml nwM'w
mco '17. tu 11 s. r 15 o. w in.
Any nnd nil porsona clnlniliiR ndvoraoly
to 8nld selection, or desiring to protest
ngnlnst tho snmi-, on nccou.it of nilnornl
chnrnctor of thu lnud, or for other ronsons,
should filotliolr protests In this onicunot
Inter than Jnmmry U, 1000.
C. W. MOORE,
t These Are Bargalnc1
ksou oiciw naxs, now
40c Suspenders, "
30c " .
ALL SUMMER UNDERWEAR
for Ladies and 'Gentlemen now
selling for less than cost.
man who has merely plowed
and harrowed his field, with no
thought of scientific cultivation.
HOGS AS MONEY-MAKERS
Among the many talks made the vi,al VbUm h to catch
to farmers bv Dr. Withvcombn. and hold a8 Pr!"ectly as possi-
director of the exDeriment stn. h,e tlle rainfall of two years for
tion of the state asricuhnral lhft growth of one crop. Farm
rn!W atvnn'nns n..,na BfB should plan tO do this
the farmers' demonstration train Tl,ey wiU protit by 80 doiug
halted iu its progress up and "In this system summer fal-
down the Willamette valley lowing becomes necessary on
, wnH..u , wujtj agQ
mini r rl .i in I s in tnit I "-
"The packing of the soil is
particularly beneficial iu this
country where the volcanic asli
lias a tendency to loosen vp
any wuy. i ne system oi muicn
tig the surface of the soil is
generally followed lu re, but the
benefit of packiui; below the
surface are "not commonly se
some time ago, that iu which he account of the extreme dryness cured."
introduced hoes as monev-mak of the climate. The methods
ers for Oregon farmers was one w advocate are as follows:
Of the most 'nrnrttiftfll ntirl fnfilli "T.onrt flmfc iu enmman Pol. Mrtf.
understood and applied Ev lowed should be disced as soon
MRS. NEWIILL DEAD,
Newbill, mother of Mrs.
Lee Moore if Lamonta, died ai
erv careful fnrmpr lma fiomnn ., atiMm w nnanpri i, riUr Grizzly last Friday, aced 02
w mw x w bm wa-a l UO kJJA.lfo IJUkj VillVu ill va vwa I w- '
Btrated from time to lime on a to form a mulch of loose, drv yarri
small scale tue fact that excel- earth on the surface to prevent
lent pork can be produced, even the rise and escape of the mois-
tliougb, in -he sense in which ture from belOw. This discing
corn grows in the Middle West, also helps to induce the germ-
Oregon is not a corn state. In ination of weed seeds, so that
past years when the price of they will be destroyed when
wheat not infrequently fell to the plowing is done later. As
50 cents a bushel, and when to soon as spring work is done,
get the surplus to market meant this disced laud should be
along haul and sometimes a plowed as soon as possible.
night encampment by the road- Then instead of leaving the
6;de, the thrifty farmer "turned plowed laud untouched, as in
his wheat into pork with sub- frequently the case, a (Camp
siantial profit. Hie product bell) sub surface packer, which
was linn and sound; the lard, consists of bkeleton wheels that
us the housewives said, "sweet sink into the lufrow. is made to
is a nut," and the hams and follow the plow as closely as
"This packing process pre
vents thelrying out of the fur
row, and at the same time the
and 11 months. Mrs.
Newbill was born in Kentucky,
and was the mother of 15 child
ren, most of whom survive hei
Her husband died in the 'seven
lies The fnneinl has held last
Sunday and the service was
conducted uy Elder B. F. W.
bacon turned out of the farm
smokehouse were toothsome
and well preserved.
These methods of curing poik
l. ..I r . m I
ueiong, oi couise, to tue past, form Qf the tool is such that the
and are cited simply to show LUI.face of lie so j8 left almost
that Dr. VVithycombe spclte Untouched, thus a-void the con
i I'll 1 IT tn t.na. I I . . . -
uu7 nucuuc Bam mui uuru is uttion that is raised against
not necessary to produce the most compacting tools: that
best grades of pork. Barley, ,hey 'line' the soil and encour
wneat-cuop, peas and skim ,i"e diifiiiic
mine, supplemental to a Fall "Culiivation throughout the
run in clover, alfalfa and stub- summer must be sufficient to
ble-fields, will make excellent keep the weeds down, and
hogs not to be butchered oil MIiuulil be done with some knife
il. C . .-a . I
ineiarm in tuu old way, but ,VD0 0f cultivator. The reason
hogs that will stand shipment for U3ing this type of cultivator
,iu Suuu auupB aim mane nrst- j8 t0 keep the weeds thoroughly
class pork. ctU off tjle iea8t amoun,
canvassing tue matter thor- f working over of the loose
oughly and taking every detail mulch on the surface. If suffi
of feed, care and handling into cient cultivation is given with a
uuuuum, uv. vvyiucome asses- 8pike tooth harrow or a point
ses the hog as next to the cow, 8,ovel ,ltivator to keep the
Oregon's best mortgage lifter. weed8 down, the surface is
ihe truth of this estimate has made so line that it will drift
been proven in times past when badly, and it is likely to run
tue market ior grain was at a together and puddle or bake.
low epo ana id oecame neces "The vital points are the ear
sary to lift the mortgage or va- hy discing and use of the sub-
Pttte tue old larmiiouse. The ninfn
. , . . . J
nogs coum always be depended t6r the use of the
upon to uo tueir lull share, and tool that does the minimum of
pork was always in demand, pulverizing at the surface."
eventwhen a day's receipts ot
fruit Slid vegetables WOUld glut Wn'ttrn Fmrmmrm Praotlci Scientific
I ttttw aaaBaaW
A Good Clubbing Offer
We have nrrarmed for ft clubbinL' rote
with the uublishers of Campbell's hclen
tific Knrmer and arc able to offer il to our
subscribers (or only So cents in luldition
to the subscription price of the I'ioneer,
This offer applies to both new suusenp
lions and renewals of old subscriptions.
The Scientific Farmer ts ediie l by Mr.
II. VV. Campbell, the originator of what
is known as the "Campbell system" of dry
farinintr. His magazine is filled with use
ful information for the farmer in sections
where the rainfall is deficient or irregular,
and every faimer in this sretion should be
a subscriber. The regular suoscription
price is Si per year.
AND MANY OTHER BARGAINS
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- .. ,
OTICIE FOR PUBLICATION. U.
S. Land Oluce, The DulleB, Ore-
kou, Deo. 21,1008. Notloo la liuruby
Klvcn that tho State of Oregon linn
llled In thin otnee IU Hpnllcailon. Hor-
IhI No, 09083, to select under tint pro-
vlwlonnof the Act of Congress or au
im8t 14. 1848. Mtid the Acta punplemen
tary thereto, the nnw aeo 28, tp 10
p, r 14 e, W. M.
Anv and all nersona clalinlnir ad-
yereely tho lunlddenarlbeilaor dvulrliiK
to object beouuse ot the mint'rnl char
acter of the luniu or ror auy outer rea
son, to tno dlspoaai to appuunin ,
Hhould file their auidavlla of pro
twit In this ndlue, on or tioiuie the
2ud day of February, 1009.
0. W. MOORE,
i A. C. SANFORD:
Bump up against us and see wlut
you can get for your money -w
Pacific Horse Linlwent is prepared
expressly for the needs of horsemen sod
rsnctuncB. It Is a powerful sad pene
trating liniment, a remedy for emergen
cies. A soolhiM embrocation for the
relief of pais, aad the best liniment for
sprains and soreness. Unequaled for
curing the wounds and injuries of
BARBED WIRE and fnr healing cuts,
abrasions, sores and bruises. Pacific
Horse Liniment is fully guaranteed.
No other is so good or helpful In so many
ways. If it fans to satisfy, we authorize
all dealers to refund the purchase price.
it uroc aotjua firry crura
Hovt Chemical Co.,
CONTEST NOTICE. Department of
M.tlo Interior, U.S. Lind Olllt;.
The Dalles, Oregon, November 18, 1008.
A sutllulent contest tifildttvll liavlnu
been filed In Ibis ofllce by
EDWARD E. ECHELBERGER,
conteHtant, UKulust linmosteHd Serlul
No 01371 entry No. 16547, made June
10, 1007, for bfiiiwj, vvlnwj aeo 23 and
nt-i tifi eu 22, tp 10 a, r 14 e, w tn, by
Clyde R. Anden-oti, Coutenlee,
In wliiuli It Is ullegeii that tald Clyde
R, Anderron huu wholly ttbandoiiud
Biiid truct.for more than hIx iiioiiU lunt
past and that uuld uliandoiimenl still
fxists; that uuld alleged ubneuce wuh
not due to his employment in the
army, navy or murine corna of the
United Btatea in time of wur.
Sulci piirtleH are hereby notlffed to
appear, reapoml unci oiler evidence
toucliiiiK Hiiid allegation at 10 o'c'ouk
iii.oii January 5, 1000, before Mux
LiieililfiiiHiin, a notiiry putille, nt IiIh
ollU'.e in IhiItuh, Oregon, nml that flnul
liearlnu will i u held at 10 o'clock a. in
on Junuury 12, 1009, litforo thu UoIh-
leruml Receiver at the L'lMleil tilaien
Liiid QUI e In The Dallef, Oregon.
Thufiuld contentuni. Iiuvliig,in a pop'
er iiilldavit, llled November 10, 1008,
tfl forth tactri which show that after dim
diligence personal nervice of I It 1 h no
tlce can not be mud)-, It U hereby or
dered and directed tiiul bucIi notion be
given by due und prop-r puhllctiloii.
C. W. JIooltK,
Of all kinds. 1 -2 million feet of
dry LUMBER at mSM&m
GRIZZLY LAKE SAWMILL
Address, Culver, Oregon
LUMBER FOR SALE
We have plenty of lumber for sale at
mill, located about 3 miles east of Grizz
post office on county road. Prices right!
i i m i
McMeekin & Eastwood
T. S. IlAMHro.v, I'rca. F. T. IIuiiliiuut, Vlce-lW J.0. Foirut.Cikj
EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY
FOREIGN EXCHANCE I0UCHT AND SOLD
DRAFTS OH ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
Capital Stock, $30,000
the bmne news.
the Pioneer and get
Price Sl.fiO per veur.
Plow Repairing, Wagon
Work, And A Specialty
(Pormerly The McELROY SHOP)
Trout Creek Sawmills
ASHWOOD, OREGON .
NOT IN THE TRUST
Mills 14 milea from Haycreek. Rougli, Lumber $11.00 per thousand nt
the mill. Flooring nud finishing lumber $30.00 per thousand. Other
prices in proportion. Address GEO. It. LEE, Mgr., Aahwood, Oregon
MAKES IETTER QUALITY
Tillage Of Soil.
"lam stirprlsHtl to find the
extent to whioh die funuera oi
WuHliiugtoii understand nud
pnictice Bcientiiio tillage as II
advocate it," is the stateuienl
For the paatVwo years the made bv H. W. Gaiuubull. eci
etaft'of the Agricultural College entifio farmer, from Lincoln,
of the state of Washington ex Nebraska, who is giving a aer
peiimeut station has beeu cur- ies of Jecturou to farmers of
I I ZL? IhM "' 'H'.i
Sunact Mat-ulna offer, tha adra of thl. papa, th, baat opportunity
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Why waste your tii
SEWING?- When all next
week, beginning January 11
YOU .CAN BUY
Regular $1,50 LadW Outing Flannel SkiiH, $1
75 ? " "
" ,70 " " " "
' UcuW Knit Skirt
Reg. $1.50 Ladies Outing Flannel Nightgow
Reg. 1.25 M " "
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C. E, ROUSH,