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ROCK SPRINGS COAL, FIR
JUNIPER and SLAB WOOD
i FREE utuvww
IS EXPECTING YOU
CHRISTMAS or NEW YEAR
THEY ARE WAlTlNQ FOR YOU TO COMB
TELLS YOU TO GO
THE DESIRE FOR COMFORT
THE LINE OF BLOCK SIGNALS
To Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Kansas City and all points East
"THE EASY WAY"
TRAINS HIGH CUSS
TO ANSWER ALL
WRITE THEM YOU ARE COMING. THEN LET US TELL
YOU HOW LITTLE. IT WILL COST.
II. E. Waite, Agent, O-W. R. &N., Madras, Ore.
I. O. O. F. Lodge
Meats every Wednesday
night. Strangers are wel
come. Perry Henderson, N.G.
Lewis H. Irving, Secretary
Balfour-Guthrie & Co.
P. W. Ashley, Agt. Farmers Phone
I1 3H 33
TOMMY McCORMACK, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
FURNISHED ROOMS New and Up-to-Date Quarters
T r is
11 f i r ml m -M -v
new t rnn HvrraTPfi i mriev
Unthered from ALFALFA and CLOVER BLOSSOMS
inlthe Yakima Valley and left on the hives all summer
until thoroughlyjriponed; is thick, rich, and .has a de
HciouB flavor; put up in new, square, 60 lb. (net) cans
securely boxed, f. o, b. my shipping point, Sunnyside,
Wash. Single cans $6.00. Two or more cans 9 cents
Per pound. Club with your neighbor and secure the
lower rnf.o n W PAW nn i Northern Pacific.
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MADRAS MEAT MARKET
d, L. CAMPBELL.
Wholesale afid Retail Dealers I
We have the beat line of Fresh Meats in the country
L ALL KINDS OF GARDEN VEGETABLES IN THEIR SEASON
GENERAL OREGON NEWS
Oregon Irrigation Congress, to
be Held at Portland, January
SMI, Promises to be Very
Probably the most interesting
feature of the Oregon Irrigation
Congress, to be held in Portland
Jan. 9-11, will be a session given
. i t . m m
up to tne actual experiences gi
the farmers on irrigated lands.
This series of talks will be high
ly instructive and show just what
is needed to aid irrigation in
There will be, also addresses
and discussions well worth
hearing. The three day session
will conclude with a banquet.
uregon is preeminent among
the states in the value and
amount of standing timber,
according to the report of the
State Board of Forestry. Not
only that, but it has one fifth of
all the standing timber in the
United States and Oregon now
stands fourth in the annual cut of
lumber. Oregon has approximate
ly as much timber as all the
states east of the Rocky Moutains
Oregon people who visited the
land shows at Minneapolis and
Chicago advise that this state
make a stronger showing than
ever next year. They say many
people attracted to the opportun
ities here by the exhibit of Orer
gon products and next year will
see many newcomers in the state
as a result
The director of the census is
preparing to issue complete fig
ures on agricultural production
of this state for 1909. He finds
that Oregon produced crops in
that year to the value of $49,-041,000.
Vacant lots in cities and towns
should be used to grow poultry,
according to Secretary Minton of
the Oregon Poultry Association.
He Bays egg and poultry product
ion would be increased 25 per
cent if this were done.
As usual, Oregon Christmas
trees lent holiday cheer to Cali
fornians. One steamer .carried
1200 trees south.
Oregon Agricultural College News
To give Oregonians who can
not come to the agricultural col
lege the benefit of its help plans
have just been made by the col
lege extension division. It is
planned to carry the college
assistance into every town every
farm in the state.
The plans provide for demon
stration farms in different ;sec
tions; demonstration trains; lec
tures; demonstrations, farmers
institutes at commercial clubs.
and in cooperation with other or
ganizations; traveling schools;
correspondence course; popular
bulletins; educational exhibits
for county fairs and meetings;
local advisors;, aid in organizing
rural communities tforbetterment
work; aid in industrial work in
the schools; and cooperation
with the federal government -in
assisting rural Oregon.
A distribution of branch ex
periment stations as required .to
solve the problems of different
parts of the state is also planned.
Conferences with representa-i
tives of various, sections will be
held and a plan, drawn up to.ub
mit to the board-of regents.
That the future dev,elovroent
of the state is dependent alto
gether on the farmers in general
and '..'particularly on 'those who
are progressive and always "find
time for study and the - adoption
of advanced methods was assert
ed by Dr. James Withycorabe in
his lecture to visiting farmers
on "Agricultural Opportunities
jn Oregon" at the Oregon Agri
"After Oregon's magnificent
forests are reduced to stumps,
after her mines are .abandoned
as holes ia.tha ground the. farms
of Oregon will continue to w
spond' to proper cultivation by
fabulously increasing the 'wealth
of their owners, ' said Dr. Withy
He showed that present rural
conditions would be revolution?
ized by the advent of intensive
farmers from Europe when the
Panama Canal opens the water
roujte. Every Oregonian, he
urged, should take advantage of
b,is,first-opportunity to get con
trol of a piece of Oregon land
and. improve it, in, order that they
may secure their just share of
the advantages which invariably
coma with increased population.
Cpr4 of- Liver Complaint
'1 was Buffering; with liver com
plaint," Bays Iva Smith, of Point
Blank, Texas, "and decided to try. a.
25c. box of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, and are happy to say
that I am completely cured ard can
recommend them to every one.
sale by all dealers.
Figures compiled by the Auto
mobile Trade Journal, of Phila
delphia, show that American
automobile manufacturers esti
mate their 1913 output of plea
sure cars at 627,650. Those who
thought that the zenith had
been reached in 1912 with its re
cord of nearly 30Q,000 cars, will
see how badly they are were mis
The estimated output for 1913
is more than double that of 1912,
and is by far the greatest in
crease made in the production of
motor vehicles in any one year;
in fact, it is as great an increase
as the last ten years together.
What does it mean for safety,
life and limb to start 600,OCO
new automobiles spinning over
the roads of America in 1913?
Since its beginning the automo
bile has outrun laws designed to
regulate Laws passed in this
state two years ago are now out
of date. Is not the automobile
becoming a national problem.
FKs fiU Case Exactly
"When father was sick about six
years ago be read an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets in the paper that fit his case ex
actly' writes Miss Margaret Campbell
of Fprt Smith, Ark. "He purchased a
box.of them and he h&s not been sick
since. My sister had stomach trouble
and'aB also benefitted by them. Sold
by lill .dealers.
CHAS HOBSQN, Prop.
Quick Order Service
WE SERVtYOUTO PLEASE
WE ME PLEASED TO SERVE
FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Ejjte Tonsorial Parlors
NO LONG WAITS
FOR SALE At the Pioneer Office
Lpgal Blanks of all kinds: Carbon
and Typewriter paper, installment
Sale contracts. Notes ana Receipts.
HAVE YOU PAPERS
Fire and life insurance
policies, receipts for
notes, deeds, mortgages
leases, contracts, bonds
or stocks, certificates of
deposit, pension papers,
army discharge papers,
valuable private cor
abstracts or other se
curities of any nature,
How are they protected
from fire, loss, or pry
A SAFETY DEPOSIT
here will afford you the
best of protection.
MADRAS STATE BANK
KOOMS 50C. AND $1.00. MEALS 35c. AND 50c.
Bus Meets All Trains.
W. C. MOORE, Prop.
Rooms Reserved for Traveling Men.
We Serve the Best the Special Rates by The
Market Affords. Week or Month.
Denton c. burdick
Petitions in .Bankruptcy.
Attorney At JLaw
Q, W. IARHETT
Q C. CO LIVE R
Jnjtjae of tho Peape
OtJLVBB , PBKCINGT
CULVER JUNCTION, OREGON
Frautice in nil courts and Department
o( tbo Interior.
'ATTORNEY, ATI AW
U. S. COMMISSIONER
J. H. HAMER, Pr. C. WONDERLEY, Vice Pro. L. M. BECHTELL, Sec
The J. H., Haner Ab&radt Co.
Prineville - Oregon
Capital ftock $5000.00 Surplus $3000.00 fully paid up.
Abstracts of tide to all real property in Crook county.
Carefully prepared photograph copies of all records and
city plats at low cost
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Company
Sash and Doors
SO yards in Oregon
Lime and Cement
Wood and Coal .
THE value of the things you buy is not for
the price you'pay, but in the quality you
get. You will find here everything for the"
home builder. Start your little home today.
Come in and get acquainted with us and our
yard. Promises may get customers, but it's
performance that keeps them, and this is the
foundation of our business. Quality, goods,
guaranteed satisfaction, courteous treatment
W. C. WADE, Agent
G. V. STANTON
Ypur 'Orders Prompt Attention
Transient Stock Given Bust Of Feed And Care
, prints all the news of Central Ore
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