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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1912)
BASE BALL, HORSE SHOW
AND OTHER ATHLETIC SPORTS
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Everybody Will Be Entertained
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Attorney At Law
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-Justice of the Peace
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ATTOBNEYS AT LAW
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O R E.Q.ON
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A Good Balance
at the bank is better than any
thing else a man can possess. He
has it always to, fall back on in
case of businej&t or social neces
sity. We do, a regular banking
business, sid solicit accounts
from anyooo. We offer you the
best a? security and you will be
tho.i'ontfhly satisfied with our
FARM LOANS AND INSURANCE
Madras State Bank
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Elite Tonsorial Parlors
NO LONG WAITS
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DUN'S REVIEW GIVES
NORTHWEST A BOOST
New York Mercantile Paper Expoct
Ing Great Horvoat from This
The First National Bank
OF PRINEVILLE, OREGON
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Capital, HurplUH ami Undivided Viott
Thn umnnn nf tnilnv who llUH 1001
hnnlili trruvV tnmiiar. frond aonse. bricht
eye- mid h lovely complexion, tno re
Biilt of correct living und pood digesi
tion, winH tho ndmirrition of tho world
If your dL-estion is faulty Chnmbor
lain'H Stomach and Liver Tnblots will!
correct it For Halo by M. E. Snook. ,
Subscribe For Your Horn l'Dr $1.80 pirYear?
Dun's Review, published
weekly in New York city, com
ments on the Portland market
condition as follows :
Retail trade is fair and orders
are in normal volumn. A feel
incr of confidence pervades the
entire Pacific Northwest owing
to the bumper crops now in sight
and the good prices assured the
farmers and also because of
gradual expansion in the lumber
trade. A wheat crop of 70,000,
000 bushels, and worth to the
farmers $52,000,000, is the esti
mate of conservative dealers for
the three States. The value of
the oats crop in the same terri
tory is placed at $18,700,000; the
barley crop at $10,000,000 and
hay crop at $35,00,000. Total
shipments of wheat, flour in
cluded, from all North Pacific
ports in May were 2,593,788
bushels, and for the season to
date, 32,088,804 bushels, the
largest quantity on record, bar
ring the season of 1907-08. Lum
ber shipments from Portland in
May were 12,473,000 feet to
coastwise ports, and 6,438,858
feet exported, which compare
with total shipments of 16,071,
012 feet in the same month last
year. An encouraging feature
of the lumber situation is the
placing of supplemental orders
by theHarriman lines for 20, 000,
000 feet, making a total of 50,
000,000 feet of lumber recently
ordered for car , construction.
Wool buyers are picking up clips
wherever offered, at prices ten
per cent, higher than last year.
Several sections, where auction
sales were scheduled to occur,
are entirely sold out. The hop
outlook is for a crop of 110,000 1
bales in Oregon, which dealers
are contracting for at 25 cents
a pound. Only 1400 bales of the
old crop- are unsold. Nearly all
kinds of fruit are promising
well, especially apples. A crop
of 16,000 cars of apples, pears,
peaches and green prunes is es
timated for this territory. Build
ing permits, issued in May num
bered 903, valued at $1,522,276,
compared with 588 permits,
valued at $1,878,330 issued in
rrlsonor'8 Lawyer (whispering)
SPbcre's no use in denying that the
(prosecuting attorney's speech is hav
ing a powerful effect on the Jury.
Trlsoner It does seem to er carry
nvlction, doesn't it? Chicago Trib
Stranger What a dear child! How
tenderly she kisses her sister's hand!
"Willie Kiss nuthln'! Her sister Is
a packer In a candy factory. Meggen
"When daddy mows tho lawn It looks
Tho way tho barber cuts my hair
All smooth and even all around,
With no lonpr ridges anywhere.
But when I tried to mow It onco
It looked aa ragged as could be,
Tor all tho world Just Uko tho day
That daddy cut my hair for mo.
Woman's Homo Companion.
Tilde goes before a fall so long be
fore, In somo Instances, that envious
Jolk get weary of waiting for the ca
tastrophe. Puck. .
"What are you dolug for tho uplift,
"I am teaching poor girls tho rudl
sueuts of bridge whist. And you?"
"Oh, I am collecting castoff automo
biles to distribute among worthy per
ons." Louisville Courier-Journal.
Thompson was a
"Then how did
cut out the cop
CHAS. HOBSON. Prop.
Quick" Order Service
WE SERVE YOU TO PLEASE
WE ARE PLEASED TO SERVE
FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IN
New and beautiful dejigni in Jeweliy.
It ii always difficult to decide what to
give when some event or anniversary
makes a present necessary. In mv m.
lection you are sure
suitable whether you
want to spend
Sl.00 OR SI00.00
A. E. PETERSON
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MADRAS - - OREGON
A. E. CROSBY S"EET!iENs
RUGS AND KODAKS
It is worse than usoless to take nnv
medicines internally for muscular nr
chronic rheumatism. All that is needed
is a free application of Chamberlatn'B
Uniment. For sale by M. E. Snook.
Insurance May Save
$$$ Y ou Money $$$
You Cannot Afford to
Loose your Grain by
WHY NOT HAVE
by having the standing
grain, your stacks of
grain and your thrash
ed grain in Qraineries
: : INSURED : :
H. W. TURNER, Agent
OLD LINE RELIABLE COMPANIES
For Good Farms
City Property and
SEE D. W. BARNETT
OFFICE MAIN STREET, MADRAS, OREGON
Houses to Rent
CHOICE LOTS IN DEPOT
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tho USQ of Chnm)tntnln r1t- fiL.i
w... a vyum; wuoiera
and Diarrhoea Remedy haa made it a
depended upon. For Sale by M. E.