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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1911)
xumntf completed our lumber sheda wo are now
in si to carry all tho different grades of kiln dried
Bnir. ccilintr, rustic and ahiplan. We aim to carry
mm in 21 rem
i.i.. ..tni in. nvnrv (iuliiii 10
? !fi vnrd. Dimensions in all size timbers, sash,
doors; mouldings, shingles, lime, cement, posts,
WwtfnCita comes to roofing we have one that has
clood tho test for years, Malthoid, which needB no
Tn1uction. We are here to accommodate the peo
Si and would be pleased with a share of your pat
ronage. Phone at your service.
WM. W. ESSELSTYN, Local Managei
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Fresh Bread, Pise, Cakes and Doughnuts, Daily.
Special Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
ISHAM & WILSON
PLOWING WITH DYNAMITE.
Bang, Bangl Will Reiound Over tht
Farm as Qeo-haw Onco Did.
In places where Irrigating la cnrrled
on oxtcnBlvcly, says tho booklej. "In
ercaso tho Crop," got out by tho
Pennsylvania railroad, tho ground
Bometltncs becomes so saturated that
the water level rises closo to the sur
face. This makes tho land practically
worthless for vegetation of any kind
other than pasturage. If alkali pxlsts
In tho soil or Is deposited by Irrigation
no crops can bo raised when the
ground water reaches tho level of tho
In some parts of the country ridges
or dikes are run at regular intervals
over all of tho higher ground to keep
the thin surface noil from being wash
ed away. Considerable time and labor
are required to make these dikes as well
as to keep them In shape, and they
take up ground that should bo bearing
crops. On land of this kind drainage,
irrigation, dikes, lale plowing and rot
ting send could all bo done away with
If tho subsoil or hardpan were jwoperly
There Is only one practical way to
upturn and acrato these lower soils
or to shatter hardpan, and that is by
Subsoil and hardpan can bo plowed
Just as effectively with explosives as
Central Oregon Land
DEAIJ3RS IN ALL KINDS OF
Lands, Loans and Investments
If you want to sell list your land with us - ' r"
If you want to buy come and see our list
A. C. SANFORD,
Sec. and Treas.
LACK SMI THING
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
WAGON & CARRIAGE WORKS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITHIN REASON
J. P. JOHANSEN
Prom "Increase tho Crop."
Burfaco soil can bo with a plow, and
Just as cheaply, too, for It Is only
necessary to do this subsoil plowing
onco in n number of years.
Blasting subsoil has been practiced
for some years by a few progresslvo
farmers In different parts of the coun
try. These men have had wonderful
results in the way of Increased crops
on land already under cultivation and
In transforming Into excellent growing
land that which would have been
worthless without dynamite.
It is only lately, however, that the
benefits from plowing with dynamite
havo become generally recognized.
The department of agriculture, the
various agricultural colleges and men
prominently identified with fnrmlng In
different parts of tho country are all
now making n careful study of this
question In order to dcteriuino the
strength, quantity and kind of cxplo
Hives, the most effective way of using
them and tho depth and spacing of the
holes for best results. Farmers every
where are experimenting on their own
account Many nro already claiming
that subsoil plowing with explosives
will bo a common custom In a few
years and will represent millions of
dollars In Incrensed crops from lands
already under cultivation and more
millions from land now producing
nothlug but weeds and considered en
Central Oregon Day
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THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1911
Tliu CuiUu nlal cplchrates the oneliuiulrnllh anniversary
of the first wlilio Futtlcinent In the Noitliwcst
Spectacular Marine and Military Pageant
Program for th (iy will Include Young America's lMrndo In tho
nftenu.on, tlrlM In the evening, Indian win dunces, Kilo
Hjing contests and concerts b) Klleiy'a Han i
Pacific Coast Regatta
Tho Rrealeat aquatic event to be held In tho West for Central Oregon
Day at thu Centennial, tllu
Oregon-Washington Railway & Navigation
Wlll'sen round trip tickets, August 10, Madras to Deschutes Junction at
One Fare to Portland Plus $3
For further information, call on nny agent
of tho (MV. H. & N. or-write to
general Passenger Aqent, PORTLAND, OR.
Dissolution of Partnership
Notice itf .hereby given that I, N. C
Jansen, one of tho partners of the
Central Oregon Well Co. of Culver,
Oregon, have sold my interest In naid
cdmpany to K. Wagoner, on thin, the
7th day of August, J9II.
All bills against the firm will be paid
by E. Wagoner, and all outstanding
accounts collected by him.
Central Oregon Welc Co.,
N. C. Janskn.
Madras, Oregon, August 7, 1911.
" a 10-8 7-pd
Of instruments filed in the office of
recorder of Deeds, issued by Crook
County Abstract Compnny, inc., Princ
ville, j5rc, July 31 to Autf fi, inclusive
W II Kilmer, ctux to Frank C Park,
wj hcJ and bc sc. sec 9; wj of a sec
10; wj nel and se.l ni sec 21-11-14,
John Harrington, etux to Jacob Her
rington, ejfc sw and v sci sec G-13-13-$3000.
Jacob Ilerrington to Wm C Barber,
sc. sec 17-13-13-$3000.
Wm. H Taylor et ux to Harry Rob
inson ct ux lot 10 block 15 Railroad
add, Madras $200.
W J Cowherd to Ella M Cowherd
his wife, north 30 feet of lot 4 block 19
Laura G Kibbec to Augustine G Kjb
bee nj bwJ sec 22;-sel sei sec 21 and
nc! nel sec 28-11-10-$!.
Robert Rea' to Madras State Hank,
lots 13 and 14 block 33 Palmain S2200.
Rea Bros.", inc to Teresa Rinehart, lot
lot 9 block 11 Madras $200.
Madras Townsite Co to Harry G Key
lots 9 and 10 blk 33 Palmain $300.
II N Lawrie et al to O F Wallenburg
& Co lot 1 block tl Culver 1.
Madras State Bank to Robert Rea,
lot 10 block 11 Palmain.
Anna L Phillips to George E Quiggle.i
lot 18 blk "Railway Grounds" Palmain.
Jesse Hobson, trustee to J R Men-
denhall, Be sei sec 7-13-13 (quit claim)
Geo E Quiggle et ux to J E Leonard,
lot 18 blk "Railway Grounds" Palmain
W H Snook et al to Peter Marnach,
tract 50 by 200 feet in swi of nwi sec
12-11-13 (south of block 32, Palmain)
Irvin F Shutt lot 2, swi nei, nwi sei,
and nei sw sec 2-11-13.
Emil Anderson nwi sec 12-17-11.
Willntm Poser si nei, nei nei and
nwi se4 sec 30-11-13.
Wm. Edward Poser bwJ sel sec 30-
Henry N Waite sei bw! sec 13 and
ni nwi and swi nwi sec 24-13-14.
Floy E. McGhee nchi nwi, w nei
and sei nel sec 11:12-14.
Fredonia Moon wj nwi, seJi nwi and
swi nel sec 13-10-14.
Ingram Harralson el swi and wj
sel sec 13-10-M.
John P Sumner nwi nei sec.j4-Jl-l5.
Benjamin F Preston wj sei and e.
stfl sec 32-10-14.
Francis M McClmtic, lot 2 sei nwi
and wj nel, sec 31-10-13.
Isnac Martin swi sec 20-13-13.
Lease. Madras Gateway Hotel Co.,
to Herbert II Davis et al, building on
lots 4, 5, C, 7 blk 14, Palmain.
Probate. Estate of Lewis J Rising
and of Olivie Rising estate.
The man who provides him- '
eelf with everything new and
usoful for carrying on tho farm
work and leaves the household
with implements that date back ,
to pioneer days is not deserving
of larger success.
-About Live Stock.
V Stuffing the colt with hay or Btraw
or any coarse feed will spoil us iouu
Keep this ration down by the use of
some grain and less coarse feed.
Steers fed on clover hay will not
only consumo nrpro roughage, but also
more grain, than those fed on timothy
hay if botli grain and roughage are
fed according to nppeuie.
It la the farmer who keeps sheep for
a number of years that finds them
most profitable. Somo years they will
return a much better profit than oth
ers, and It Is hard to Bell and buy at
Just tho right time.
Tho ration of tho driving horso
shduld bo dlffereut from that of the
average work horse. This Is duo in a
largo measure to tho peculiar demands
ft such an animal, it should bo fed
much less roughago in proporuou io
Its slzo than ft horso at ordluary work.
Tho roughage suouiu also ue oi an
Tho ram ahould not run with tho
ewes during tho winter. Ho will worry
them, and ono bunt might VIII a lamb.
Ho Bbould have a box stall, not large,
with a good, strong yarJ attached,
whero ho can be out of doors on all
fine days. Never Icavb utm out lu a
storm bo that his fleece will becomo
wet. ns It might mean death. Feed
him regularly and enough to keep him
In good, thrifty condition.
Cuts and bruises may be healed in about
one-third of the time required by tlieusual
treatment by applying C.mniberlaln's Lin
iment. It is an antiseptic and causes such
iniuries to heal without maturation. This
liniment also relievos soreness of the puis
c!es and rheumatic pains. For sale by M.
QO ADVERTISE LIKE.WI.8B.
How did tha little busy bee
Get auch a- reputation?
Why, lils name's great throughout tha
In every tribe und nation.
Ho has a buzzer for lils biz
And buzzes while he's busy.
Ills storo Is ourcly a beehive. - 4
lih'n busy till he's lllzzy.
How did that little yaller hen ,
Get to that rung so lilgli? ,
Was sho borne there by an airship,
Or did sho Just up fly7
Sho cackled, then she laid an egg-
And cackled awful after. '.
To let folks know about that egg
She almost raised a rafter.
Thus If you havo a-thing that'good
And "wish tho folka to buy It
VOu'll curely never do tho ntunt
, If you sit and keep quiet.
If that old hen didn't advertise
Her eggs would Just get rotten.
She'd get the ax right In tho neck
And quick would be forgotten.
C. W. HAKNITZ.
ITEMS OF INffpgp
KURI03 FROM KOR RESPONDENTS
Q.l have a Plymouth Uoek hen here
that Is laying eggs wltu a ptuKisn
white. She has already laid three in
twenty-four days, nnd I should like to
have your opinion ua to the cnuse. A.
The fat around yqur ben's egg ma
chine impedes the Work of the muscles
as they push the egg along, ami they
consequently bleed. Sometimes only
mT uf AWTRh For ceneral house
work. Apply at Central Oregon Mer
cantile company's Blore
TO TRADE -I have a standard track
farm wagon and hack, both ln first
class repair, that I desire to trade for
another farm wagon and hack, narrow
track. Inquire of A. V. Warren, Hay
creek Oregon. al7-2-pd
DO YOU KNoW the Madras Lum
ber company delivers wood ' In th'ocity
at$6.5f nnd $7.50 per cord. Phorie your
order now. jy2?1
FOR REST My quarter section of
land five milea east of Haycreek post
office; 100 acres under cultivation; will
rent for cash for a term of from one to
three years; will sell hay and farm
machinery now on place 1 to. renter.
A. V. Warren, Haycreek, Oregon.
a!7-24pd " 'h'
TAKEN UP At Hammer ranch hear
Culver, sorrel mare, weight about'950,
fourwhith feet, bald face; branded on
left stifle with four o's joined with
cross. Starving for water. Owner is
requested to call and take Bame away
4tn nt nnnonra in the occt neain. I and pay for expense of ad and care.
u ihmj "I'l" -oo ' I ... on
thfi Wood mixes-with tho albumen, and K. S. Hammer. jy
vnn hnvo Hint nlnklsb white.
O. Please State where there Is n Aim XUU going u duiiqs, ji- ou,
mnrkpt for duck eccs. how they com- He! the Madras Lumber -Co. -Iheir.
pnre in price with hen's eggsjind what. 8tock is complete and prices right.
color or suell is popular, a. uuck Avo7tf
. . 4 . X ... At .11 I
eggs nnu incir oesi marKui m ine cny,
where the white popular shelled eggs Ff)R HALE A house and four,. lots
sell at a higher price ttinn cnicKen eggs for ,ega than co8t Qn nQlth ?Jde of Mad.
IO lue ueutcw cieuiuuu ,. ; ,ii u,,;if uf n
. . . J. ..... ..... I nnito fintshpH. the lota are 50x100.
ti .1 mrtdt rn h.Aonnta nn.i nnini'a ( w nr I .... - .
is it made of? A.-It Is very good if e soia at once, ror iniqrroavi
fresh. It Is made of ground codfish write Ora Van iassel, vanora, yre.
Q. I exhibited Pekin ducks last win
ter at two shows, entering the same
two birds at both. One duck was
creamy white and the other -white, but
otherwise they were. alike In weight,
shape and style. At tbe first show the
creamy bird won first, the other sec
ond. At the second show it was tbe
reverse. Which judge was right? A.
FARM LOANS!! Madras State BaaL
FOR SALE At the Pioneer Offloo
Ivgal Blanks of all kinds; Carbon
and Typewriter -paper, liisiallmcnt
Sale contract", Notes and Receipts.
If both ducks were alike in other re- MONEY TO LOAN ON FAEMS. See
spects the first Judge was right, as the Mndras State liana.
Standard calls for "crenmy white."
Q. I notice quite a number of noul- WHILE fenee posts are not our
trymen recommend tobacco dust for specialty, we have a special price on
body lice on poultry. Is It ever fed to
fowls for intestinal worms? A. We
never heard of itif use for such pur
pose except In case of sheep, -where It
is fed to kill the stomach worm. A
sure remedy for worms in poultry is
a handful of oak wood ashes to every
two quarts of masb, twice a week.
fence poBts that we are ouro will
interest you. Madras Lumber Co. jy27
FOR SALE Eight-foot windmill.
nearly new; will sell on easy - terms.
Inquire at the Madras Hotel. jy?l-tf
HAY FOR SALE At my ranch 10
miles south of Madras on Grizzly - road,
ten tons of wheat nnd oat hayr $10 per
ton. Earnest C. Nicholson. - - a3-10c
Attorney At Law"
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Offlvo in Drug Btore;
loha T. Boss
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You pocVel die mUdltaun't prodtt. We kII la
anybody tlireH flora out own Lig UiHory. Quilily
guaranteed to pleau.
HtUULAlt LAIALUU ntU-tiSt
Dungalow or Craflimsn Door . . 1.C0
Cottage Front Doora up from . 2.25
Fancy Front Doora up from S.00
Fancy Front Windowa up from . 2.78
Wiiidowa and Claaa ona-third leaa.
We aliip promptly anywhere. Let ua
atiraate your bill and freight.
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O. B. WILLIAMS CO.
1043 FIRST AVE, SOUTH, SEATTLE
I. F. SHUTT
Contractor & Buider
Ready Made Windows and
Door Frames. Shop First Door
West of Larkin's Harness Store
West of Main Street,
FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS.
In a gang of six chicken thieves
captured at Marietta, Pa., was a wom
an who dressed the fowls nnd sold
them at market Rather fowl work
for a fair female.
When eggs nro allowed to accumu
late in the nest they not only are t BeRCLAND
oroKeu Jinu start egg eaung. our. mey
encourage the hena to be broody. If
eggs are removed as they are laid a
turkey will lay ns high as seventy in
Refrigerator eggs from Australia are
frozen so hard that a London dealer
threw one at his office wah and made
a hole In the plaster, but did not crack
the shell. A lawyer, astonished, took
three homo to surprise his wife. lie
hanged them down on the table where
she and her fashionably dressed
friends were playing cards, when oh,
horrors! everj- egg busted. They had
With a corn crop of 3,125,713,000
bushels the green duck crop will ex
coed all records. There is now one
medical quack to every 800 of the pop
ulntion, and our college incubators are
still turning the fresh green product
out at a fearful rate.
In March a California Incubator
manufacturer was running" his factory
day nnd nlghc and was yet back
2,500 In orders, and the day was once
when there was not an Incubator in
this country. Today over 300.000 nro
sold annually. Take that, pessimist.
To our friends who got rattled over
tnat reciprocity treaty for fear It
would flood this country with fresh
eggs we Just rise long enough to re
mark that Canada's 'surplus eggs for
a whole year would supply New York
city for Just one day. Eggs for nog
When an egg is broken in a setting
tno Bniear not ouly Imperils the hatch
ability of tho daubed eggs, but also
makes-nhe shells rough, so that there
Is friction when the hen turns her eggs
and thus moro breakage. Such eggs
should bo washed In warm water and
at once bo returned to tho hen. MadTias,
If old eggs hatch Tit all they hatch
late anu give poor chicks. As lncuha
tor chicks should not be fe,d the first
day, these late chicks get their first
meal too soon or tho early chicks from
tho fresh eggs get theirs too late,
Never ho fresh yourself, but always
set an rrean eggs for success,
When you give a chick feed as soon
as It comes from the shell you overtax
fta flliwatlvn ovutom mul lli.it I.,
orally Its finish. Give the chick a day H00 TURNER
to assimilate tno yolk nnd then feed
little, hut often.
To win a market for fine eggs and
poultry tneso days Is easy, hut to
win back confidence after Imposing on madkas
a customer Is seldom accomplished
The fellow tlint sticks to business and
the Goldon Rule is never branded as a
knave or fool.
D. L. Wylde B. F. Wy We
CROOK COUNTY ABSTACT CO. '
Complete tract index tn all laud and
town lots tn (..rook county. Abstracts
made accurately on abort notice."
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