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THR nEND BUIiLKTlN, DENT), ORE., "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER IB, 10HJ.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
Karkof Wheat is Recommended;
Plow Early for All Spring Crops
JHhCINtl OAIS1.S MANY FAIMHKS.
KOIIKIIT II. GOL'1,1)
II. C. KIjMS
Vnttcil States ComiiiUvloiier
First National tlnnk Dulldlng
lly Cminty Ari tciiltiuKt A. II. Low-it
Experiments with fall whoat on tho
experiment stations In Eastern Ore
gon lmvo shown that tho Khnrkof
wheat Is tho host fall wheat for this
section. Profensor H. D. Scudder,
j,c-vtl of tho Agronomy Department of
tho agricultural collcgo nt Corvullls,
recommends tho Khnrkof or Tmkoy
Hod wheat for this section of tho
date, and lias placed tho Khnrkof
ahead of the Turkey Hod, It also be
ing a Turkey wheat.
Tho Hend Flour Mill Company, of
Hend, Oregon, has co-operntod with
mo In securing this seed for Crook
county nnd adjacent counties. Not
hrvlng fundB on hnnd for tho pur
chaso of soods or nny kind, tho only
method posslblo for mo to uro In so
curing best seeds for tho fr.rmcrn of
this section Is tjo obtain tho co
operation of some business houso In
our territory who will purchaso nnd
sell tho seed to tho fnrmors nt a low
margin of profit. This Is tho nr
rangomont mado with tho Hend Flour
Mill Company, and Judging from not
only tho results obtained on tho ex
periment Btctlons, but also results
obtnlnod In Crook county tho past
reason, I feel 'that I can recommend
this vnrloty of wheat for fall plant
ing to our farmers most highly,
Fall whont should bo planted on
well propnred miminor fallow on tho
drny lands, and on a well packed seed
bed on Irrigated lands. Fnll seeding Is
not of ns much Importanco on Irri
tated lands ns It Is on dry lands. The
success of spring wheats, tho Early
Ilaait and Marquis vnrlotloa, obtain
ed for tho farmers In tho samo man
ner last spring, lmvo given excellent
results gonornlly throughout this
section. In my opinion, tho Khnrkof
rs a fnll whoat, will glvo equally sat
I lmvo sovoral times mentioned tho
necessity for early plowing in Con
trnl Orogou, most especially In Crook
county. Llko many of tho other
methods advised by good farmers and
by collego men, very fow fnrmcis put
! these things Into practice In talk
ing with farmers In ovury section of
the country, t nnd that they do not
disagree or disapprove of thoco bot-
. .new ous, uut Tor souio reason fall
to put them Into practice. I wish It
wero possible for every farmer In
this county to go with mo to Lirms
mid fields which will prove conclus
ively tho ahn of fall plowing, or at
cast of plowing tho land nt least
three months before tho crop Is to
be planted. Outsldo the misuse of
irrigation water, h'to plowing has
cr.used more failures In Crook coun
ty this season than nny other farm
practice. This stntomont Is not
meant to apply to destruction of
crops by pests of various kinds. Throo
of tho most no?essary requlromonts
for tho preparation of a good seed
bed In Crook county soils nro tho
discing of tho land as soon as crop
Is harvested, plowing of tho land In
tho fall If possible, and following tho
plow with a good packer. If tho
land can not bo plowed In tho fnll,
ns Is sometimes found under dry
land conditions, It should bo plowed
as early In the spring Jis possible nnd
again the plow followed by the pr.ck
or. In many cases, but not by any
means In overy caso, simply discing
tho land In the fall or early In the
spring would bo much bolter thnn
the plowing of tho land within a fow
weeks beforo planting tho crop. Even
summer fallow land will provo of
greater benefit If It can bo disced and
plowed In the fall. There aro but
fow soils where discing before plow
ing will not pay, nnd practically no
soils whero packing In not necessary
Immediately following tho plow.
I would urgo every farmer to provo
to his own satisfaction this year tho
vrtluo of tho suggestions hero mado
upon his own land by trying thorn out
on a strip through tho field upon
which crops nro to bo planted next
spring, or upon summer fallow of
RAIN HEM'S ROADS.
Reports from travellers who havo
been In Hend slnco tho recent rains
say that tho roads havo boon much
Improved, nnd ospeclnlly Is this truo
of tho Bond-La Pino road which has
been In an nlmost lmpnssable condi
tion for tho last two months. Tho
nuto-stago trucks which havo found
dlfllculty In operating on account of
bad roads havo again been put In
operation botweeu Hend nnd Sliver
PfllV From Bend
Oregon Trunk Hallway, Tho North llank Road and
the palatial G-deck steamships "Northern Pacific"
nnd "Great Northern" between Portland end
San Francisco overy Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday. Fares Include meals nnd berth
on ships. Itnll rates samo without
mealB and berth.
ROUND TRIP RATES EAST
Direct or circuit routes to any point In Unit
ed States or Cannda dally until September 30 Ito
turn limit October 31st. Chicago, direct, $72,G0.
Minneapolis. St. Paul, Duluth or Winnipeg, $G0.
St. Louis, $71.20. Now York, $110.70. Go one
way via California at slightly higher rates. Stop
overs on through one-way or round trip tickets to
oeo the expositions.
SALEM STATE FAIR
HEPTKMIiEK 27 TO OCTOIIEH SJ
Plan Now to J Dully Hound Trip I'liit-n
Prom Cent nil O logon Point l Oregon
Trunk Hy., In Effect September li:i to Oc
.1. II. COIUIETT, Agent, Hend, Oregon
TEACHERS HOLD PICNIC.
Dosplto the chilly evening, tho
teachers of tho Bond public schools
enjoyed an evening picnic dinner last
Friday evening on tho banks of tho
river. A lingo bon lira was built
around which the party gathorod for
lunch. Those present woro: Super
intendent and Mrs. II. L. Hopkins,
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. A. Forbes, Misses,
Mabol Lorcnce, Holen Manny, Mnr
garet Davis, Lucllo McKay, Lillian
Cooper, Mao Rltchto, Pearl Hlghtow
or, Nelllo Pattlson, Gertrude Hanks,
Mrs. J. D. Duvldsun nnd G. It. Whlto.
TO KI CHIT RAHIHTS.
Action to co-operato with farmers
In tho vicinity of Ilond In exterminat
ing tho Jack rabbit post was takon nt
iMlrtwTv .ta. wlcBWBBIBteiti ."MMf aa. fmjKm
laBt Saturday's session of tho Com
mercial Club hold at tho Hotel
Wright. President Koycs appointed
a committee consisting of County
Commissioner II. J. Ovorturf, F.
Dement nnd C. W. Erskluo to com
munlcnto with tho County Court to
ascertain whether funds nro available
to carry out tho campaign agnlnst tho
rabbits. The next luncheon will bo
at the Pilot Uutto.
, Tho Now nend Flour Mill Co., Is
now manufacturing Deschutes Sclf
Italslng Pancake flour. Ask your gro
cor for It. Adv.
PHINHLH HUYS CJARAOE.
A. M. Prlnglo, manager of the
United Warehouse, this week an
nounced that ho had purchased tho
Interests of Louis Doonnr In tho Hend
Garage, and that plnns will soon lio
mado for Improvements In thu establishment.
Church of tlio Brethren.
Services each Sunday near high
school building. Sunday school 10
a. m. Preaching, 11 n. m. A cor
dial Invitation is oxtended to nn. Ira
II. Fox, minister.
Preaching service at tho Methodist
Episcopal church 11 it. m. and 7:30
p. m. Tho public Ih cordially Invited
to nil services. Frnnkllu W. Kcngy,
A mighty good doctor
says to me once: "When
it comes to curin ' folks,
Nature is the real M. D.
I'm only her assistant. ' '
That's the way I feel
about curln '
IT'S hard to show Nature any-
thing about curing tobacco. So
we have adopted Nature's own
way to make VELVET the
smoothest smoking tobacco slow,
Men may "process," but they can't
put into tobacco any finer pipe
qualities than those -Kentucky's
limestone soil so richly gives to
the Burley de Luxe.
But these qualities can he improved.
They are brought out in their fullness in
the aged-in-the-wood mellowness of cool,
For two years the finest Burley leaf remains
in sealed wooden casks, and then only is
it ready to be made into VELVET.
Get your tin now jolm the growing ranks of the
army who have found VELVET tobacco a delight
without a single drawback.
Send a 2c stamp for "Pipe Philosophy" a
book of Velvet Joe'a philosophy and verse.
10c Tin. -gtaSWXe
K Ml.lined Bar St. Louw. Mo.
One Pound Glass Humidors Copyngi 1915 L
Services nt tho Proshytorlnn
church next Sundny aro ns follows:
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Preach
ing nt 11 n. m. Tho tlienut for this
service will bo "An Imprognahlu Po
sition." Preaching nt 7:30 p. in., at
which tlmo tho pastor will Hpcnk
from tho thomo: "A Sunlit Church."
A cordial welcomo aw nits tho stran
ger whom wo nro nlwios glad to
greet. II. C. Hnrtranft, pastor.
Many Complaint Hrnrd.
This siiimuor mar? persons com
plaining or headaches, lamo hacks,
rhoumatlsm, bllllouBiiess and of be
ing "always tired." Aches, pali.s and
ills causod by kidneys not doing their
work ylold quickly to Foloy Kldnoy
Pills. Thoy help elimination, glvo
sound sloop nnd make you feel bet
tor. Pattorson Drug Co. Adv.
Pro Deschutes Spray Flour. Whit
er and better than ovor For snlo by
Tho Now Hend Flour Mill Co. Adv.
Tho mint makes It and under tho
torms of tho CONTINENTAL MOHT
CAH1J COMPANY you ran securo It
jt C per cent for any legal purpose on
approved real cstnto. firms easy,
tell us your wonts and wi .will co
operate with you.
PETTY Ji COMPANY
r,lt Pentium Ilulhllng Denver, Colo.
f oThe rescue
wiirairarTTn ir"-" "-"-'
A ear. ....
W. will gar your llntn. but you rauil
oot wuu rnucb tlm. ftttloz our rcu.
band t work
Bend Steam Laundry"
AND DRY CMJAMNd
V. W. PAULKNEIt, D. M. D.
I) K N T I S T
Olllco Ovor Postoillco
Ilcnd, ... Oregon
Dlt. 10. HKA XOltltlH
Phjslcliiu and .Surgeon
Olllco Snthor Dulldlng
Microscopic and X-rny work
Tol. lllnck 271
Hours: 10-12 a. m.; 2-4 p. m.
7-9 p. m.
WILLAItD H. W1UTZ
Ij a v y k h
O. S. BENSON
Attorney At Law
Douson Dulldlng, Wall Street
VEnNON A. FORU1SS
t a w y i: n
First National llank Dulldlng
Ilond, :-: :-: Oregon
OilOROU 8. YOUNO
Chll nnd Irrigation Engineer.
U. S. Mliicriil Hunoyor.
Room 5 First National Hank
J. H. Doll A. W. Sims
CROOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
Succossors to Tho J. II. Ilnner
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro.
11. II. Do A It M O N D
Oregon Street, Pond, Orogon
DR. J. 11. CONNARN
I V. S' T I S T
Offlco In Snthor Dulldlng.
Houri, 9 to 12, 1 to G.
Sundays nnd ovonlngs by
C. P. NI8WONQI3R, Ilond, Oro.
Mccnseil Kmlmlnicr, Funernl
Phono. Lady Assistant.
DR. R. D. STOWHUi
Olllco ovor Miller l.uuil or Co.
Wall Strcot Horns 9 to ii
Phono Ied 01
Hygienic, Dlototlc nnd Natural
Chronic disorders n Specialty
Dlt It. D. KCTCIIUM
Olllco hours: 9-12; 1-5
or by Appointment Dcnn bldg.
J. E. Engebreison
Plumbing nnd Heating
117 MINNKSOTA KTRI2KT
.lOHIllNO PROMPTliY WONIJ
Mrs. A. P. Dnlh.nl
Mrs. S. Mcintosh
HK.VD PIA'.MItlNCJ AND
Stonm nnd Hot Water Heating
PLAIN AND OUNAMKNTAIi
PLASTKIIHR AND CONTRAC
II. P. KMITII
Dlt. J. C. VANPRVKHT
Ph)hli'liin mid Kurgrou
Phono Red 271
Hours 9-12 n. in.; 1-G p.
7-9 p. m.
tHIi, J'APLR nCPIUSENfCD FOR FullL.v,.
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
CPAfr "3 IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIC3
Rend Hauling Co.
It. N. PAIiMHRTON
Wood for Sale
Olllco with It. P. MlntiT
Olllco l-liiuie Black (til
.Jtcnldonco Blmk fM
I. O. O. V.
Bend Lodgo No. i!IH.
Rogulnr mooting ovory Mou
day night at 8 o'clock In Hath-,
or's Hnll. Visiting brothou
Ii. II. OLI0S3, N, O.
aiCO. P. aOVR, Secretary.
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Willi hide tllps outside, Mill
ulto )ou an 'iiJn)iililo ncni.
hliui. .Miko tlio Miilliioiimli
)our lieiiihiiiiirlrrN. Hrrtlro
iH'tlcr. J til I I'M oiiftlfttvully
rati:h to you
no Rooiiin 91 )(
100 Rooiiih ulth bntli, .$1.30
100 Rooiiin will) Imtli. .tjttl.OO
UOO I.nrgo oiiIhIiIo romiiH,
I.'(ra iii'tMiii In room,
V 1.00 iiililltlonul
Koonnir of nil klniln. KopnlrinK
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, (lUttorlnjr, SpoutinKi
Cornicoa nnd .SkyllKhU,
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