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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1912)
T1IIC niCNI HUMJCTIN, I1KN, WKDNKflllAY, HKITr;Mtipi'2rt, 101SU
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UUHINICHH AND I'UPJ'KWHPNAFj.
llOllKUT II. OOUIill
). I Htolio Hylvctttur U. HluaU
HTONH .V HTAATM
OHIco Coruur MIiiiiohoIii ami Wall Htii
Work G'nrofully Dona.
j. m. iiAwiti:Ncn
IdiniiK, Lit ml It ii n I n o m m
Justice ot runco Notary l'ulilli
rhono, I.nJy Assistant
0. l. N18W0N0KU, Ilond, Oro.
' I. II. TIIOMI'HO.V, M. I).
I'hyslrlnn nnd Hurgeon
ortlco temporarily nt residence
an Kentucky Btrcot.
' HOHH I' A 11 Nil A. Mv
Attorney nt Inw '
Tetnpdrnry uinee, Hecond Floor
IMrst National llsnk II u lid In k.
MAItlON M. Wyill
IM'il, lllock 1C, Center Addition
TIIK J. II. IIANKIl AlWTItACi; CO..
Complete trnct Indole nnd photo
Krnijhla copies of nil Crook Count)
i I'rlnovllle, Oregon
Nnturo Methods Chronic Disorders
nnd,tletnry Advice A Specially
nn. it. . kktciium
Iloucs f toS. IH Mock Knet
of llend Hotel,
V. W. FAUI.KNMHf I). M. D.
'II ond, Oregon
v. o. uoi:. m. i.
I'ttynlclnn nnd HiirKfon
Olllco over Flrt National Hank
Oinco Hours! 10 to 12 n. in. J 1
to 3 nnd 7 to 8 p. in.
III5NI). :: OHIIOON
V. H. llli.NHON
A I to i-n ry At l.nw
Ottlco llend, Urt'Kou
. VIIIINO.V A. lOHIIKrt
First National Hank Ilultdlng,
(llidlldi: N. VOUN'O
Civil, "Mining nnd Irrigation
ORlco with J. A. Hasten.
O. M I N K
I.tFK FIHK ACCIllB.NT
I M H t? It A N C K
,. j Notary l'ubllo nnd Conveyancing All
IkI Papers Correctly Drawn
W. 1!. V A II K K It
, j Plumbing, Slrnni mid lint Wnter
II nnt I UK.
. j JultliltiK Promptly Attended to
, - IIBNI). OIIKOON
M. J. MAI N
All Kind of lllurksiiiltli Work
, I'rlcra Itcnnonnldo
w Minnesota Ht., lift. Ilond nml Wnl.
U. N. HOFFMAN
HimKit'h nnd Angler License Paper
Ilullotln Omco. llend, Orcgiiu.
J. II. IIAIIKLUY,
M. J. MAIN,
W. II. lUUDHONa,
1 BITKKINTKNIUSNT OF KCIIOOIJ1.
MHB. D. W. NICHOLS,
II, F. WIWIOIT,
. w. olenn.' LoUok's, v ; ;
fi III ' '
ofMndrai. ' ' i '
(Ttil iimtttr mut not lw rttrlntd with,
out pcUI rinUiluii )
It la alt rltfbt to ent uiuahrooiua If
on la dead aura they are uiuithmoiui,
but It doem'f hay to liikd any rlnka
conldorln tbetr'ratttei lltnltOd rood
The vncuum clearttr la tald' to hnre
pro veil the heat flee enldlcntor yet dla
covered fur th ue of the acrntchy
do. The KiiKgcrtlUu wduld aen ti lie
wprtli n trlaL
BtntUtlra'ahoiV that there are con
adhied the world over In n year 1X00.
OOU.UOU.000 matchea. Folka IIvIiik In
the Unltid Hlatee ncratcli over oiio-balf
or this uUruber.
About the only thlmr to atop the don
rcdatlona of the cat that ha acquired
a ta(o for youus aprlutf chicken la to
Rive It n doe of chloroform or bit It
0U ttio bead with a club.
Watch the email boy cloacly and eee
nhat he doea with Ida aparu time nnd
pore money. Tbla will be a pretty
fair Indication of what ho will dovelop
luto when bo tot to be a man.
Hucculctit nnd Rppetlxlnir mciaee of
ttrlnR bcana may be had the latter wirt
of September and early In October If
the eeil la planted lu July. We have
tried (his and Cud It well worth the
Kier1enco with irround grain In
faedltiK tPt ecma to Indlcoto that
with nnlmala that are provided with
xood teeth the ndvautaico of KrindlnR
l Juit nlit offaet by the cot of the
It 1 llttlo wonder that nlfnlfn laURha
at dry wvather when once It Rrta well
root i-J, for In aome m-ctlona of the weat
Ita roota have been found to ixnetrnto
to na irreat n depth a thirty feet In
An effective epray for the protection
of garden truck from the attack of
plant lice may btf made by boiling oss
pound of tobacco atrtna or any cheap
tobneco In n gallon of wnter, atrolnlng
and diluting wltb cold water to two
If n pretty atlrigy old coder that
haa the nerve to tnko any of hla wlfe'a
poultry money for tobacco nfter alio
haa ant up nlghta with tucubatora and
trotted around In the rain to keep the
chicken from drowning during n
Next to the bird thnt frequent the
A i in .tiiiUmJry
vl ' liEtFw
S Crrl(M lltn kstfttr & Uws
R. M. SMITH
, "Everything td Wear
ItarJon, the lmt frlfofln It owner linn
In the i-npnclty of Inxwl dontroyori' are
llm (ond thnt make licmtiitinrtorn In It.
The little chnpn nre not hnndmnne to
look upon, hut they uliould lie protect,
od In every way piwulhlu.
It la n rnnller of roriurntulntlon that
wo (nr tliU aoiiaoii pnu'tlcnlly no iliim
nu' him tn'i'ii reported iih n remilt of
forit.t llriii ThltiKa nuiy lict dry nn
Under Itelween nmr mid Octolier, hut
pn-pent neiither ludlnilloim do nur
twin to point In that direction.
A New Jerney man who hn lived tit
he 100 yearn old ndvh thono who do
aire lotitc life "to Ik optlinlut. not pea
nlmlnbi, not to worry, to take plenty
of cxerrluc, drink lot' of buttermilk
and get plenty of freh nlr." Too rec
ipe aeeula to bo n good one.
Pig rnnnot t ml-d with profit
without a good pnatur. Clover make
n flrxt clan paaturf, and o doea or
chnrd graatt An orchard inakm-an
Idenl wrur for pig. Tlio ahade I
ahaoluiely nennianry to protect the
young plga from" the bllalerlug' aun.
It 1 dnnhtfnl If tlnre I any article
of food itnr la mi p'kmI na milk ' a
ration tor rundown folk It la rendlly
dlgeolwl nnd nKlrnllnted nnd ncti'dl
rectly along the' line of enriching the
blood and trengthenng the ayntetn
Milk la worth nil It cota from the
tandpolnt of food vnlue and la far
cheaper than medicine.
Taamanla. n little Inland to the nouth
of eaatern Auatralln. laat yenr exported
74B.10I huhel cnaen of npplea and
pear, moxt of them being ahlpped to
the United Kingdom. Thexe ahlpmenta
nre euro to tnrrrano. nnd. lu preparation
for ltd, market nre already being
ought by the Taamnnlau producer In
Oeriuany, Denmark and Hwi-den.
The Bouth Dakota Agricultural col
lege nt llrooklnga ha n IloUteln cow
that recently completed n thirty day
milk and butter text In which the
Jrndured flAVt pound of milk testing
3JH nnd yielding 11(1 pound of butter
fat. the equivalent of 14.. pnunda of
butter. Thl record tin been mirpa
ed by but one cow In the world. Urtdy
Korndyke P2700. thnt produced 123
pound of butter 'iat In the mime p
rlwl. THE. EOQ LAYING CONTB8T.
At the clone of the thirty-fourth
week of the International egg laying
content, which 1 telng held nt the
Worm Agricultural college In Con
ncctlcut nnd lu whlrh mime oOO put'
let nnd lieu nre Inking imrt. the Kn
of Dve Whlto leghorn owned by Mr.
Yot, an American, had laid 722 egg
rn agntnit 702 egga laid by the ln or
Kugllah hen, which were In the lead
up to n few weeka ngo. The third
place I bold by nn American pen of
Whlto Wynndotten with n ncore of 078
egga. whllo the fourth, fifth, alxth, aev
euth, eighth and ninth placva nre held
by na many pena of While leghorn.
Tho bctt laying pullet of tho entire lot
I a nuff Orpington belonging to Mr.
WIUou, an American, which ha 107
egga to her credit In eight mouth.
The necond lieat Individual hen la A
White Orpington that ha 178 egg on
her acor card, and tho third I n
Whlto Leghorn that haa laid 101 egg.
At tho It. M. Smith-Cloth-Injr
Co.'b Store you will find
nn excellent lino of clothing
for tnon nnd shoes for every
member of the fnmlly.
Look ut these special of
ferings and- then you will
sec tho folly of paying moro
at Bomo other place.
Extra Heavy IUbbcd and
Flecco Lined Underwear, nt
Wool Underwear, per gar
ment $1.00, $1.25
Silk and Union Suits for men
iter suit, only
Men's New Fall Suits arc
now arriving, the beBt of
goods and workmanship, at
prices por suit from
Tho Famous Whlto Houso
and Floraholm Shoes for
Men, Women and Children
for Men Who Care
Free Fruit Land
DON'T BE AFRAID OF U. S. GOVERNMENT CAREY
ACT IRRIGATION PROJECTS IN OREGON.
Tim day of Irrnipoiialble Irrigation companies In till Ut I pnat. Wlicri
the .Vorthncfit Townilte Company of .Philadelphia, took over the Palnley
Project In Ink County, It gave the Inrgent Itond ever given In the ntate
llfty tliounml ilollnnt Kunrni.rcln(t completion of the project. Kvery
three month It make nn Itemized ntnteinent of rpcnwn to the Desert
Land lloanl. All of Ita ndrrrtlalng Ixxtk, map, contract, aulmcriptlon
ngrrcmeiita nnd literature I aubmlttad to tlte Dcnert Ijind Hoard for In
spection Itefore bring; lued.
TDK IiAND IH LKVIIL, FIIKB FItOSI ItOaC, AND IH A HICI1 VOf
CANIO AHH HOIL. The climate I perfect for fruit, which now grow to
Inflection nt Pnlnley.
Apples, Peaches, Plums, Pears, Prunes.
('oiulrurtlon work upon the dam and rntcrrolr han now been In
progrrt. for three month, with Tlioma Hawthorn, Htale Inspector, on
the ground. He wa formerly with tins V. H. Government Itcclanintlon
Her Ice on the Umntllln Project.
Ketid for ll'Jt page lllimtrated botk. Co to I'nUley by auttimohllo
titnge from llend nnd nee the land. Our ngent nt I'nUley, Hugh K. OIL
inorr, will allow you the Innd. It In free to thoc who pny the coat of
putting wntrr on It.
Northwest Townolto Co. are among tiie largest taxpnyern In Oregon,
oHiting toM italic aub-dltlnlon at Prlncvllle, Madrn, Itedmond, llend,
Hum, Vulc nnd Imi tho HlO-nrrc Corn ranch at Pnlnley, Including; n oO
bnrrcLaIny capacity Hour mill, nod general ntore.
Our hank references nre:
First Nntlonnl Hank, Philadelphia, Pn.
Olrnrd Nntlonnl Hank, Phllndelphin, Pn.
Commercial Trust Co., Philadelphia, Pn.
Interstate; Finance Corporation, Philadelphia, Pn.
Merchant' Trust Co., Camden, N J.
Security Having ii Trust Co., Portland, Ore.
Address nil communications Co our Portland office, 001 Yeon Rulldlng.
AYrile now. The nvrrnge cost of wnter will be 910 dolUrn'nn acre.
We will give you n square deal.
Northwest Townsite Co.
308 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Pa.
SEE OUR AGENTS IN BEND
HOMESEEKERS' LAND COMPANY.
With condition prevailing In tho
northern tate-nnd thl holds ew
dally or the country north or latitude
42 degree which result In n growing
Benson that barely permit the proitcr
maturing or the new growth of npple
tree. It I well to cease cultivation
shortly after the middle of July und
now a cover crop. ThU may be cow
peas id the more southerly (tortlon
and vetch, buckwheat pr oats In the
northerly portion, lly absorbing sur
plus moisture In the aotl n condition
result that tend to check further
growth nnd hasten tho maturity of
!ncw wood, thus tending to lessen the
likelihood or winter killing. The cov
er crop thu produced should lie left
on the ground n n catch for the snow
and may bo plowed under next spring.
K any render of thl department
havo family or commercial orchard
that havo beeu doing n big builucs
along tho lino or leaf mid shoot pro
ductlon, but uot much lu way of fruit,
now Is the proper time to do summer
pruning n process that will tend to
check wood growth and form fruit
bud for next seusotu In n geneml
way tho typo of ' pruning" followed
should bo nkln to that used earlier In
tho season. It should Include the re
moval of crom limb or other out of
place, tho cutting buck of limbs that
are too long- und spindly nnd, If nec
essary, the thlnntug out of quite n good
deal of the wood In the head of tho
tree, u grcnt majority or which have
thu brush pllo tendency all too pro'
THE STRAWBERRY OEO,
In territory east or the Kocky moun
tains In which tho rnltifult Is thirty
Inches er nnuuui inoro tho miring
Is the bent time In which to set out n
strowborry bed. ns tho usually fre
quent ruins muko It posslulo for tho
plants to get well established beforo
dry wcathor sets In. Tho plants may
bo ret In tho fall, but ncldom do ns
well. However. If tried, one should
aim to set vigorous plant. Inking up
as much earth with tho roots us pos
sible and having a little lime na pos
slblo ellipse botwecu taking up nnd
setttug. If the condition obtaining
during September nnd October aro fa
vorable, tho bed will get n good start,
nnd Nvtll bear considerable fruit next
A 80IL RENOVATOR.
Tho eoy bean, the value ot which na
n producer of forage nnd ns n soil
renovator Is being more fully recog
nized as time passea, Ib a native or Ja
pan, where It Is extensively grown
and furnishes n nitrogenous ration
which serves to balance the exteuslve
.rin. dint. . It orowB with a branching.
I three feet and bear n small pod con-
itnlnlng n yellow, waxy bean which
will yield In tho neighborhood of twen-
ty-flvo bushel per acre under favora-
bio conditions. The plant through the
agency of bacteria which frequent Ita
root system deposit nitrogen' taken
from the nlr In the urroundlng soil
ns it,, ! lntim"
Our nursery is located on Powell Butte, fourteen miles
east of Bend. ,ir Irees ore the kind we recommend
after over thirtyyears experience in the fruit business
in this neighborhood. Our prices and treatment will
please you. Catalog free on request. Come and see
our orchards and nursery. Oflice address, Prineville, Ore:
LAFOLLETTE NURSER.Y CO.
THE OWL PHARMACY
will reopen for business in the store
room in the NEW FIRST NATION
AL BANK BUILDING on Bond
Street as soon as it is completed.
Somewhat crippled by the
firebut still in the running,
with NEWSTOCK and LOW PRICES.
Ralph Poindexlcr, Proprietor
PREMIUMS $3,QOO-RACE8 $3,000
FIRST CENTRAL OREGON DIS
TRICT AQRlCULrFR'L SOCIETY
PRINEVILLE, OREGON, OCT, 16 to 1) INCLUSIVE, 1912
Amusement, Information and Instruction. Complimentary Soasng
Ticket to all enrolled Crook County School Children and Active Teach?
era. Clean Csrid around. Free Wood and Water. For further par-
st'wwpw.ioA ft MM-tt mwrr'wayjfflwi
Iuventora nnd Speculator.
For a few days only, 20 acres
(clear) one mllo cast or city limits
on Pilot Ilutto road worth J 100' per
aero. For cash and quick turn, wjll
sell at discount. Make me an offer.
JJ. O. Williams, Pomeroy, Waah."30tf
I treejlks taUc U -B, height of two or