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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1912)
WAGON and WOOD WORK
S. E. GRAY MADRAS, OREGON
ROUND TRIP TO PORTLAND i
All Week June 10-15
Tickets Sold June 9, 10, 11.
Return Limit June 17
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
The Greatest Floral and Civic Carnival of the Year
SPLENDID PARADES, MUSIC, DECORATIONS, ILLUM
INATIONS, WATER AND FIELD SPORTS EVERY DAY
Oregon Trunk Railway trains run daily without change betw een
Central Oregon points and Portland. Train;leaving Madras 8 40 A. M.
arrives Portland 5.30 P. M.
DETAILS WILL BE FURNISHED ON REQUEST
W. E. COMAN, Gen'l Freight & Pass. Aengt, PORTLAND, ORE.
J. J. HOYDAR, Agent, MADRAS, ORE.
17 ZEE 32
TOMMY McCORMACK, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
FURNISHED ROOMS New and Up-to-Date Quarters
I. 0. 0. F. Lodge
Meets every Wednesday
night. Strangers are we
Charles Oatman, N. G.
Lewis H. Irving, Secretary
MADRAS MEAT MARKET
J. L. Campbell.
jjw Wholesale and Retail Dealers
We have the best'line of Fresh Meats in the country
ALL KINDS OF GARDEN VEGETABLES IN THEIR SEASON
1 1BF 111
S FIRST QUALITY
.t and save 50J on Sash,
Finish, Frames, Mould,
infs, Roofifltf, etc
Made of clear, kiln-dried Douglas Fir, beautiful slash
train panels, machine sanded. 15 sizes in stock, one
price to everybody any quantity.
K. D. INSIDE FINISH TO MATCH IN SETS
FOR DOORS Casini. Head FOR WINDOWS Castas
Castni.Fillet.Cap Mould, l'liatn Head Casing. FUlet, Cap MjuM,
Blocks lor one side CAn Window Stops, Stool Cfln
only. Per set OUL and Apron. Per Set u t
K. D. WINDOW FRAMES
With Blind Stop, Parting Bead, Out
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Pockets cut, WaterTable fc f
Cap. Per set
W Stll Anyone an J Ship Anyvthcrt
By LULU EVERHART
"I wish that my daughter would mar
ry," said Clark Dana to his family phy
sician, Dr. Hunt "I'm getting old,
havo no son, only tho ono child, and 1
would Infinitely prefer to seo her pro-
Tided with a protector beforo I dlo."
"Hayo you nny young man In view
for her?" asked tho doctor.
"I would Uko her. to marry her cou
sin, Harry Dexter. Ho la an estlmablo
young man, steady as an ox team and
would make her n good husbana.
Dr. Hunt was lost in thought a few
moments, then said:
"I havo often thought that, slnco scl'
once Is doing so much In other respects,
It should tako advantage of tho great
work being done every day In tho fleld
of the Imagination. I verily believe
that if I could' insplro your daughter
with tho idea that she is In lovo with
her cousin she would bo in lovo .with
"But If you told her sho was or that
you wanted her to bo it would produce
tho opposite effect."
"Very Ukoly. However, I have long
desired to try an experiment, and 1
would bo glad to find a subject In youi
Susie. Sho Is very young barely eight
een, I believe and impressible. There
she Is now, sitting out in tho yard with
her embroidery. Suppose wo go and
sit under tho , same tree with her. 1
will do somo discoursing for her .ben
At" The two men went to where tho girl
was, pretending that they had come
outside to get cool. Seating themsolvei
they continued the conversation.
"Recent discoveries." said the doctor,
"have developed the relations between
the brain or the soul, as some persons
will have it and our physical natures.
Many conditions which we bovo here
tofore considered mental are symp
toms of disease. Irrltntlon or temper
is a symptom of disordered nerves.
Hatred may bo produced by an affec
tion of the kidneys. Now, there has
recently been discovered a substanco
which used aa a toxin-will -produce
"You don't mean ltl" exclaimed Mr.
Dana. Miss Suslo looked up with an
expression of awakened interest
"Yes, sir, my friend Dr. Tobln' has
been experimenting on this line for
ten years and has succeeded In pro
ducing a veritable love toxin."
"Are you Joking, doctor?"
"If 70U think I am -I -Tvlll get you
somo of the serum, and you can try It
on whomsoever you like."
"I should certainly be pleased to
have a little of It!"
"Very well; I'll send you some this
"How long a time is required for the
serum to act?"
"Sometimes within a few days, oth
er times a few weeks or months."
Now, it occurred to Miss Suslo that
sho would lay In wait, as the doctor
well knew sho would, for the lovo so
rum, and very likely she would try it
on herself. He was not disappointed.
That night she stole into her father's
room and carried off the bottle that
had been sent him. Her father, hav
ing satisfied himself where it hud gone,
sent an invitation to his nephew, whom
he knew was In lovo with Susie, to
come and spend somo time with tho
family at his country place. When
Dexter arrived his undo let him into
the scheme that was being practiced
on Susie. Harvey was delighted and
ready to do bis part in tho matter.
A few days after the young lady had
begun to take tho lovo toxin sho and
Dexter were sitting together under the
tree where the plot hod been hatched.
"It seems to me," remarked her
cousin, "that there is a singular look
about you today."
"What kind of a look?"
"Oh, a dreamy, languid, half sad,
half Joyful look."
The girl remarked to herself, "I'vo
"There's something the matter with
me too. Ever slnco I came here I
havo felt very much as you look."
This tlmo sho said inwardly, "Ho'a
caught it from me."
"Somehow I feel drawn to you, Su
sie, as never before. Wbut do you
suppose it la?"
"I don't know, Harvey. What do
you think It is?"
"I don't know either."
"How do you feel toward me?"
"Why, I feel like putting my arm
around your waist, drawing you to
ward mo this way and giving you a
kiss. How do you feel?"
"Why, I feel us you feel."
Susie leaned back. Harvey put his
fingers under her chin, raised her face
and kissed her on the Hps.
"I wonder," ho Bald, "what made me
"I don't like to say; it Isn't my part
"It seems to mo it's love." '
"So It Is." And sho told him about
tho love toxin.
The next day Mr. Dana called up
Dr. nunt on the telephone.
"Tho serum has worked. Tha one
Inoculated gave tho disease' to tho
"Good. Aro they engaged?"
"She has sent ITarvoy to me to ask
for her." ; -
"Then they no longer need treat
ment from .mo?" ,,..,
"No; send in your Vill."
"My feo la a champagne supper."
"All right; I'll pay .Saturday. nlgkt."
Of instruments filed in tho
officd of Recorder of Deeds.
J. C. Rush, to E. E. Bnsey.
,ot 3, block 2 Lamontn. $13.
J. R. Hclfrich to O'Neil Bros.
Co. Lot 3 block 2 Lamontn.
Inland Empire Co. to urogon
Trunk Ry. Part of mvinei
section 28 11-13. $10.
Madras Land Co. to VV. E. Bar-
. t c 1(1 M A
ber. sei section u-jl-ao. . v.
B. Bishop to J. u
Cockerhanv- nwinol & neinwi
section 12-12-12. $10.
Robert F. Armstrong to J.;
Merle Roby. nl. Lots 2 & 3 sec-
ion 31-12-14. $1.
Madras Townsite Co. to Ed
iodapp. Lot 3 block 3 Palmain.
Bertie May, Owen to School
District No. 49. 150 feet square
in swiswi section 6-10-13. $1.
Baldwin Sheep "Co. to benool
District No. 25. Tract in seisw
section 14-11-10. $1.
Easton I. Harvey to John r.
Ross, swi section 10-11-lJ.
Ora Van Tassel et ux. to Van
ora Townsite Co. Townsite of
Florence E. Colter to Eugene
Cummings. wjnwi & wiswi
scetion 141-01-3. $1.
Elizabeth E. Fisch to J. G.
Fisch. nisei section 12-121-2.
Edwin B. Perrin to Martha Mc
Pherson. seinei section 26-10-16.
$1. , -
Martha McPherson to Bidwell
Cram, selnel section 26-10-16.
Wade Siler to W. H. Culp. Lot
12 block 72 Depot Addition to
C. V. Wilson to George W.
Combs, selnel section 4-13-13.
4 Max Lueddeman to H. C.
White. Lot 5 block 1, lots 6, 89,
11 & 13 block 2, lots 1, 2, 5, 6,
13. 14. 17 & 18, block 3, lots 7, 8,
17 & 18 block 4, lots 5, 6, 7. 12,
13, 14 block 5, First Addition to
C. M. Bedfield to School Dis
trict No. 52. Tract in sejsel
section 31-11-13. $30.
Walter Ruble to Rachel Ran
dolph. T ract in swinwi section
Christ Hari. eiswL swjswl
section 29 and sejsel section 30
Louisa E. Freeburg. nejswi
Elizabeth E. Fisch. sine &
nisei section 12-12-12.
Kate Mathers, nfsnwl section
2 3 and nelnel section2 2-6-14.
Effie L Rice, swlnel, sjnwl
& nwlswl section 3-12-4.
Albert D. Thayer, n&nel, ae
Inel & nelsel section 2-0-4.
Register's final receipt to Will
iam C. Young for nwl section 32
CMAS. I IODSON, Prop.
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rlaKo bureau on tho left, three ululea
down." Philadelphia itecord.
A Sewlckley father recently gavo hi
son some excellent advice.
"Now that you are married, my son,"
said he, "listen to me."
"What is it, dad?"
"Try to bo a husband, not merely
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'Tea, Waldo, appearances Is deceit
full Hero, I follered a uy wot looked
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Cholly D'you know, I'm sometimes
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