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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1911)
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E. E. Echelberger
Plans and Estimates Furnished
Office at Robinson's Oarage
EVERYTHING NEEDED la cuppllcd nt
tills bargain price all tho material re
quired tor tho construction of UiU mod
ern ffood-looklnirund comforlablo cottaeo. Wo
uro Independent dealers-not In any trust or
OHsoclatlom At thb remarkably low quota
tion we Include nil lumber, uash nnd doora,
mlllwork, siding celllmr, noorlnir, nails, Blair
work, finishing lumber, window frames, door,
frames, buildlntr paper, caves trough and
pipe, hardware, sash weights, painting mater
ials, roofing, plaster board, wall tint, etc.
Tho house, which la o? solid, double-construction
throughout. Is 25H, tUxZbVi ft In
dimensions, and la surprisingly roomy and
Architects plans, specifications nnd full
Uctailit about construction are supplied.
Our frco folder, which tells you all about
this house la waiting for you. Ask for Folder K,
2232 Wcstlako Ave. SEATTLE, U.S.A.
CENTRAL LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
FULL LINE OF
Roofings, Fence Posts, Tanks of All Sizes
Fence Posts, 16 to 20 inch, 7 feet, 17c each.
Phone in your orders.
Yards North of Stockyards
Paul Garvin, Manager
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14
Central Oregon Fair
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Weona's of Portland, vs.
The Crack Prineville Team
For premium lift or any other information, write or phone
J. S. FOX, Secretary
REGENT RAINS ARE
BENEFIT TO FARMERS
Govormont Woathor Man Say TWo
nnd Ono-Half Inches Foil From
October 1st to 4th
Nearly two and one-half in
ches of rain fell from October 1
up to noon October 4. Jack Sum
mers, the government weather
man, says that more rain fell
during that period than from
January 1 to June 30. Mr. Sum
mers has been doing a little fig
uring on the side and says that
an inch of rain at a temperature
of 45 degrees will weigh 100 tons
to the acre. We haven't time to
verify his figures so will take his
word for it. Of one thing we
are sure, and that is the great
benefit this country has received
from the recent wet spell.
Some losses are reported. A
few ranches were caught with a
lot of hay down, which the rain
has greatly damaged. If the
weather clears perhaps the loss
from this source will not be as
great as first reports would In
dicate. Prineville Journal.
Of instruments filed in the office pf
Recorder of Deeds. Issued by Crook
County Abstract company, inc., Prine
ville, Oregon, September 11 to October
Bert Loomis to Frank E. Stangland,
swj section 23-9-13, $2500.
Northwest Townsite Co. to Louis F.
Otte. Lot 24 in block C, Northwest
Townsite Co 's 1st addition to Madras.
$1 00. '
Northwest Townsite Co. to Jane H.
Richards. Lot 8, block 9, Northwest
Townsite Co 's 1st add. to to Madras.
Same to E. Hyatt Wight. Lot 11,
block 5. $1.00.
Same to Clarence L. Harper. Lot 14,
block 10, $1. And lot 10, blk. 7, $1.
Madras Townsite Co. to Franciscan
Order of Diocese of Baker City. Lota
13 and 14, block 41, Palmain. $1.
Opal City Land Co. to Peter Funke.
Lot 8, block 36. Opal City, $250.
Opal City Land Co, to John C. Mann.
Lot 18, block 27, Opal City, $160.
P. J. Henneman to Clara H. Hoffman.
EJswi section 22 and EJnwi section 27,
Oregon Trunk Development Co. to
Miss I B. Foster. Lot 7, block 2, Ware
house add. to Madras.
M. P. Rycroft to Wm H. Banta.
Swi nei section 21-13-13, $1200.
Wm. H. Banta to Orla C. Hale. Swi
nei section 21-13-13, $1200.
Luther H. Boone to Robt. E. Osborn,
et al. SJswi section 23 and wJnwl sec
tion 26-12-12, $1600
Final certificate to Lott S. Lambert
for m'inwi section 26-12-12.
U. S. PATENTS
Bert Loomis swi section 23-9-13.
Charles Lott nj swi section 33-12-14
Ola Larson swi nei, sej nwi, nei swi
and nwi sei 8-12-12.
Harry G. York sei section 35-10-15.
Robert B. McLane ej swi section 1
and nei nwi and nwi nei section 12-11-
Asa Clark lots 2 and 3 and sei nwi
und swi nei section 1-13-12.
Sames Lee wj nei and ei nwi section
Donald R. McDonald nwi section 28-
Wesley D. Hill swi section 35-9-13.
Atys A. Frank nwi section 9-11-13.
Wm. Endicott vs. Charles E. Flora,
et al. Building on lots 13 and 14, block
11, Railway add. to Madras, $64.20.
Bond for deed. M. P. Rycraft to W.
II. Banta, sw i nei section 21-13-13,
A Dangerous Combination
"I've got a dangerous combi
nation in the office now,"" said
tho proprietor of the Hard Luck
"What is it?" asked the soli
citor. "Something new?"
"Yes; a female compositor
that's half powder and a tramp
printer that's half shot." "
You nro not experimenting on yourself
when you taku ChiunUerlnlu'sCoiudi Rem
ocly for a cold us that prennrntlon Ima won
Its great reputation and oxtonslvu sale by
Uh mniuknlilu cures of colds, nnd can al
ways bo depended upon. It Is cquully
valuable for adults nnd children ami niny
bo given to young children with lir.pllclt
continence as It contains no harmful drug.
Sold by M, K. Snook,
New Fall and Winter Millinery
Ladies' and Children's Sweaters, Avialion Caps and Shawls
New line of
ART NEEDLE WORK IN ALL THE LATEST DE
SIGNS. EMBROIDERY MATERIALS
Optical Goods a Specially
MRS. ISA E. B. CROSBYj
T. S. Hamilton, Pres. E. H. Frbnch, Vice-Pree. J C. Fowlik, Chr.
Banking Co. !
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
Cap tal Stock, $50,000
Any kind, size or style
AT BARGAIN PRICES
Come in and look my stock over. Com
plete line of Horse Blankets in stock. Buy
while stock is unbroken.
LARKIN HARNESS SHOP
t Madras State Bank?
General Banking, Farm Loans
C. E. ROUSH,
H. S. CROTHERS,
O. A. PEARCE. P
-. President Vice-President Cashier P
tt nntitTnn . . .
A sat. Cashier.
H. S. Crothers, O. A. Pearce, C. E. Roush, A. W. Boyce, M. Putz m
of the Deschutes Branch
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th
Passenger and freight traffic on the above date to
Metolius, Culver Junction, Keever and Opal City
The direct, quick and shortest route between
Portland and all Central Oregon points
" Tho Dalles
" Deschutes Jet.
" Culver Jet.
" Opal City
12:40 a m.
6:30 p m.
Op l City
Arrive Deschutes Jet.
" The Dalles
8:16 a m.
Auto and regular stngo connections to Redmond. Bend. La Pine Fort Rock
fiilvor Lake, Prlnovll e, Bu.-ns, Klamath Fnlln and o her Central Orecon tilnts
Call on your local agent for any Information desired, or address
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon,