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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1912)
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'legislators and statcs
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win its present form
iU free state, if the men
tion which is now BouiK
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Eg dumped in upon us,
ctted to continue.
(03 can no more assimilate
isd sundry peoples, wno
be admitted ia citisscna.
jd sundry substances in
.nf a meal. In the lat-
, nature is almost sure to
the well known lorm
ifiifus have experienced
fthe course of a lifetime.
fist instance, the nation
insisted hv wine states-
uin preventing the dc
f of the nation's indivld
y the accretions of those
blower forms of citizen-
itherthan strength, which
ach desired in a nation,
;e as are moral qualities
v is twiMn with fX-
cfthe monirrelization of
and to students there is
in nnint nut Mi is fnct.
United States is confront-
a great problem at the
fimn onil unlnuu enmn
i i ii t v Mil.. w . i a u
falfpn vorv ennn in vo-
se undesirabe immligra
lofus will suffer.
pit, from the forum and
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Isisiauve uouies on mis
has been expressed
Dyott, it would not be
Ihhis mailer wouiu ue
in the right way.
EARLY MATING BCQT.
If that enrly bird gets llio worm
curly mated fowls besot best offspring
iind tliclr hustling owner gets lliu tot
notch price. Ho got busy.
Uocbo, lo ItiMiiro fertility, if strangers
lo the plnco, should bo mntod llio fall
before. Otherwise, like linninriH, thoj
got liomoHlck and neglect buslnoH
Geese, turkeys nnd duclcH oflen lay and
hatch very early, ho let Ilium go to
housekeeping early and avoid the rimh
Ilt'iiH and roosters ttiiiHt be hitched
up In plenty of time beforo natural
Largo breedH. IIIco Cochins, no hIow
lo mature, Mhonld be mated early In
February. March sellings are all right
for ItocltH, Dottes and Kedii. HlrdH of
tho Leghorn typo nro all right for April
To win at fall shows chicles should
be out In January. To nil tho place of
Iioiih that knock off laying In molt mil
low munt bo hatched In January (hid
A JANUAItr XI ATI NO.
February, but such pulletH mnko poor
winter layers, an they molt after egg
Vigorous adult Rtock that has not
been Inbred nor forced for winter ogga
1m best, nud birds should bo studied
well beforo mating bo no changu need
be made, as mates become greatly at
tached to each other and a separation
and now muting often result In Infer
tility. Know your birds individually. Know
your breed's characteristics. Muto for
Mating' birds with same defect In
creases It in tho offsjrlng. A slight de
fect In one may bo offset with a per
fection in that respect in another, but
u good bird cannot crndlcuto a gross
defect in the other.
Tho larger the breed the longer fo.
eggs to become fertile, ten days mat
lug being generally sulllclent.
The proportion of females to male In
pen depends on breed. Birds of Leg
horn style, tlftceu to tweuty-flve;
American and English breeds, ten to
fifteen; Asiatics, eight to ten.
A Night of Terror.
Few nlghta aro more terrible ihan
that of a mother looking on her child
chocking and gasping for breath dur
ing an attack of croup, and nothing in
tho houso to relievo it. Many mothers
have passed nights of terror In this
situntion. A little forethought will
enable you to nvoid all this. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is n certain euro
for croup and has never been known to
fail. Keep It at hand. For sale by all
SPECIAL SALE ON
BELOW COST FOR THE
HEXf 15 DAYS
MRS. ISA CROSBY
Declare Wn r on Colds.
A crusade of education which alms
"that common colds may become un
common within tho next generation"
hns been begun by prominent New
York physicians. Here Is a list of the
"don'ts" which the doctors say will
prevent the annual visitation of tho
"Don't sit In n draughty car."
"Don't sleep In hot rooms."
"Don't avoid the fresh air."
"Don't stuIT yourself at meal time.
Overeuting reduces your resistance,"
To which we would add when you
take a cold get rid of it as quickly as
possible. To accomplish that you will
find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy most
excellent. Sold by all dealers.
FARM LOANS!! Madras Slate Bank.
Sheriff's Sale on Execution
Hy virtue of an execution and order
of sale issued out of the circuit court
of the state of Oregon for Crook coun
ty, upon a judgment rendered in said
court on the 21st day of October, 1912,
in favor of John H. Lockard, plaintiff,
and ugainst James Gott, Ruth A. Blair,
Win. Blair, her husband, and J. H.
Jackson, Recorder of the City of Mad
ras, Oregon, defendants, for tho sum
of 5-137.8-1, with Interest thereon at the
rote of 10 per cent per annum from the
21st day of October, 1912, and tho fur
ther sum of $11.50 costs, which judg
ment wus enrolled and docketed in the
clerk's office of Crook county. State of
Oregon, on. the 21st day of October,
1912, commanding me to sell the certain
mortgaged real property of the de
fendants described as follows, to-wit:
All of the bw of the bc, sec. 21 and
wj of ne, nwj of sel of sec. 28, in tp.
9 s., r. 14 e. W. M., containing 160
acres, in Crook county Oregon. Notice
is hereby given that I have levied upon
and I will on
Monday, December 9th, 1912,
nt tho hour of of 2 o'clock in tho after
noon of said duy, at the north door of
the county court house in rrinevme,
l. . . . . nnAti anil in tUa tilrrh.
est bidder for cash, all the right, title
nnd Interest tho said defendants. James
Gott, Ruth A. Ulnlr, Wm. Blair, her
husband and J. H. JackBon, Recorder
of the City of Madros, Oregon, had in
and to said mortgaged real estate on
the 21st day or October, to sausiy saw
in favor of John H. Lockard.
nnd costs and accruing costs. Bald Bale
to bo made subject to redemption in the
mnnner prescribed by law.
First published November 7, 1912.
' - T. N BALFOUR,
Sheriff of Crook County, Oregon.
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Remember we are Madras Agents for the famous
Mitchell Wagons, Implements
Groceries of all kinds, prompt delivery guaranteed
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Vehicles and I m
of all kinds, Feed
Drills, Plows, the
CUSTOM MADE HARNESS AND SADDLES
Items of Interest
Piano for sale on easy terms.
Pd.2I. H. G. Key.
White Winter Rve for seed for
sale at The Madras Flour Mills.
For Sale: S. C. R. I. Red
Cockerels. Good laying strain.
75c. $1.00 and $LQ if taken at
S. D. Percival,
Pd.4I. Gateway, Ore.
Hello Bill! Where are you
Bill "I am on my way to the
Afnrlvns TTnrpl. whrfi I cmn irfifc
the best meals in Oregon for 15
mi i jV 1 i
cents. ne cooKingis me oesc
in the west." 11-14-tf.
Wanted An acurate descrip
tion of a. good farm near Madras
that is for sale. From 1G0 to 320
acres. State lowest price, terms
and location as to Section, Tp.
and Range. I will buy if prices
310 Stark St.
For good residence and business
lot3 in Madras, call on O. A.
Pearco, selling agent for the
holdings of the Inland Empire
Company. Over 800 lots to
choose from. Prices very low. tf
For Rent. 160 acres, 2h miles
from Culver Station, 80 acres
has been in wheat, fenced and
cross fenced. Will give long
term loose if desired. Address,
C. H. Beck. P. O. Box 108, Ta
Bond Issues. $250,000.00 Up
wards Negotiated. Railway,
Electric Gas, Water, Irrigation,
Mining, Lumber, Timber, Trust,
Banking and General Corpora
tions Organized. Gas and Elec
tric Properties Purchased. L,
N. Rosenbaum, Lawyer, 214-218
Haight Building, Seattle, Washington.
Notice to Public.
Having sold out my Black
smithing and general repair
business to Tucker and Culp, all
accounts are now due and payable
to me at D. W. Barnetts office,
and he is authorized to settle any
accounts when I am not there.
S. E. Gray.
I have a quanity of apples that
I will trade for any kind of grain
except Rye grain, at Madras
prices; apples 50c, 77c, and $1,00
Mrs. R. Parrish,
Pd, 41. Haycreek, Ore.
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