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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1912)
NEW YORK CITY ATTACKED!
But not by Japs or Germans only U. S. Swattle
In 'annual maneuvers - Pictures of tnen and
women who are prominent In public affairs.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Dr.. Harold Clark desires to an
nounce that he will be in Madras
at the old stand, to take care of
his patients in V -r
ine during the early r '-'
NoWS SfiADshotS Tll nrmy mnneuvcr in Connecticut, with the capture of New York city's approaches 'as the problem to he solred 'attracted
1 great interest Secretary of Bttto Knox started forJapan as America's-representative atithe faueral at the late mikado. 'A peat
'Of the Week humous ,ielr of John Jacob Astor was bora -DtlJL JH Doollttle was named as probabla successor to Dr, Hnrv W. Wiley
" the government's chief chemist Jacob UouM Seburman, president of Cornell university, "trtu appointed minister to Ureece.
!Emory It. Iluckner, a young lawyer of considerable ability, was named as special counsel to the aldennaalc committee which la Urea Ufa tla? alleged gnLtt 1
mw own iuik viilu uifynrimcuu
On the road between ray place
and the O.W.R. & N. depot, a roll
of blankets; finder please leave
at this office and a reasonable
reward will be given.
Lost. -On the road' between
Madras and Lamonta, probably
nearer the latter, an open face
Hampton Gold case'watch, with
a piece of chain attached, last
Tuesday" August 20th. Finder
will please notify J. H. Lockard
of Madras and receive a liberal
C. K. LOUCKS, ESTTE
AT RANCH Vi MILE SOUTHEAST OF MADRAS
WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, ON
1 big 4 year old mare, colt by her side
1 big bay Mare, colt by her side
1 light mare aboot 1,000 lbs.
1 light 4 year old horse aboot 1,000 lbs.
I two year old bay tilley
I two year old gray tilley -
I driving Mare, very gentle
, COWS AND PIGS
2 good milch cows
I - Yearling heifer
I brood sow with 10 pigs
I brood sow with pig
13 head of shoats
I male hog
1 forge and anvil, a rfew tools
1 platform, scales will weigh
T, hack harness
3 sets work harness
I water trough holds 7 bbl.
1 14 foot McCormick header
1 Deering binder
1 grain drill
2 Syracuse 3 bottom gang
plows 12 inch
1 16 inch, 20 disc harrow
1 two section iron harrow
and other things too numerous to mention.
I range, kitchen cabinet, chairs, bedsteads, tables, and other household goods.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON SALE COMMENCES AT 10 A. M.
TERMS OF SALE: On bills over $10, one year's $ime
wiun dpiJiuvcu scuunuy, iu per cent interest.
M. C. MASON, Auctioneer
Strayed Came to my plac
several weeks since, a black,
curly hair, male hog, weight
about 250 pounds. Owner can
Tiave same by identifying animal
and paying for this ad.
A22-2t-np. F. J. Brooks.
To Trade Will trade wood
$5.00 fpb. Opal City, for a span
of horses, maresjp referred. Good
heavy animals wanted. If you
mean business address, D. E.
White, Opal City Ore.
For Sale. Chickens, Broilers.
Address C. C, Peyton, Oregon.
Money to Loan, on good ap
proved farm security. Inquire
of Howard W. Turner.
For Sale or Trade. Second
hand threshing outfit, including
a 20 JB. P. traction engine, 32
inch separator, No. 8 Jackson
feeder and elevator, derrick
table, cook house etc
For all or any part of this out
fit see'Ginn & Coleman or W. H.
Moore, Moro, Oregon.
For Saie.-r-Sep&rator and en
gine, at a bargain. Prid1
Washington separator, practical
ly new, having been run only
thirty days, wind stacker and
self feeder. Advance engine. For
further information write Cooke
Bros;, Condon, Oregon.
For good residence and business
lots in Madras, call on O. A.
Pearce, selling -agent for the
holdings of the Inland Emm're
Company. Over 300 lots to
choose from. Prices very low. tf
For residence and business lots
see O. A. Pierce. tf
FARM LOANS!! Madras State Bant.
TO LOAN KA mn nn i j
See Brenton Jones, Metolius, Ore.
M0J!5I T LOAN OH FARMS. Bee
FOR SALp.At the Pioneer Office
Legal Blkfikn rf nil b !.,.( . n i
and Typewriter paper, Installment
rtoies ana Kereipts.
This great institution
, w .
its doers for t ht foil
September 20th. Courses include:
Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus-
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ummry, oacierioiogy, tJotony and
Plant Pathology, Poultry Hus
bandry, -Horticulture, Entomolo
gy; Veterinary Science. P.ivii
Engineering. Electrical t?o.;
neennir. Minino- T?.n
wuiudbic AI L,
Commerce, Forestvry, Pharmacy,
Zoology, Chemistry, Physics,
mathematics. Pnn-Hoi, To
and Literature, Public Speaking,
Art, Architecture, Industral Ped-
nwtr Tit ?
ruysiciai jsaucation, Mili
tary Science and Tactics, and
Catalogue and illnsff
erature mailed free on applica-
tlOn. Addraaa Pania r
Kon Agricultural College, Corval-