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THE IlKNl) BULLETIN, 11END, ORE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1018.
SAYS TIME OPPORTUNE
Went to tlio Hospital.
C. E. Blanchard, postmaster, Blan
chord, CM., writes: I hod kidney
trouble so bad I had to go to tbo hos
pital. Foley Kldnoy Pills completely
cured mo." Men nnd women testify
thoy banish lamo beck, stiff Joints,
BOro muscles and sleep disturbing
bladder ailments, Patterson Drug
Truo Blue Flour has been a larger
seller than any month before The
whiteness, purity, excellence and the
acme of good milling makes It a
largo repeater. Adv.
IJxocutlvo Bccrctnry of I'ortlnnd
Chamber of Commerce Points Out
Financial nnd Trmlo Ik-ncllU to
Result U Portland nnd Oregon
A recent number of tho Portland
Chamber of Commorco News contains
tho following artlclo on the proposed
Btrohoi-n" ralhrny projects by Execu
tive SocrotAry Qcorgo E. Hardy:
In tho minds of many Oregonlans
no mora opportuno time could have
been framed by destiny for tho sub
mission of tho project to build tho
Orifeon, California & Eastern Hall
jay through Central Oregon.
Oregonlans need tho employment
that will result from Its construction.
Orogon business needs the stimu
lant that wilt como from tho expen
diture of ono or two millions of dol
lars during tho next few months.
With GO per cont of all labor em
ployed by manufacturing In Oregon
dopondent on tho lumber Industry,
and with that tromendous forco
largely at work on short tlino, nnd
with Idlo men drifting to Oregon
from every direction, It Is apparent
that a rovlvnl of business Is to bo
expected only from providing labor
for willing hands.
In tho construction of tho Oregon,
California & Eastorn Ilnllway ma
terials will bo lined that nro largoly
homo products. It tho sum of jl,
S00, 000 asked of Orogon In financing
tho projoct Is put up, the monoy will
como right bnck whoro It was secur
ed. It will bo llko transferring $1,
GOO, 000 from pocket to pocket In thu
samo pair of trouBors. Tho raising
of that sum of monoy Is neccssnry to
show Orogon's faith In an omplro that
win prouueo Hio.oou.ooo annually.
Tho prompt raising of that sum will
mako It posstblo to socuro tho bal
nnco of $4,500,00 from Eastern
sources. And probably from C6 to
75 per cont of tho oastorn monoy will
romaln In this stato.
Thcso advantages aro, however,
only tho tomporary ones. Permanent
bonoflts will bo realized when thn
railroad Is In full operation and tho
groat quantities or land products
grown east of tho Cascado mountains
begin to movo to market. Portland
will bo tho gatowny for outgoing ship,
monts, and at tho Bamo tlmo n splon
did market will bo oponud In Central
and Southeastern Orogon for those
-axttclos nt comnwrco that aro ban
dlod by Portland merchants.
Eighty-five por cont of tho goods
now consumed In Southeastern Oro
gon nro shipped In from Ilolse nnd
A splendid committed from tho
Chamber of Commorco has been se
lected to aid Robort E. Strahorn In
financing tho Orogon ond of the
scheme It ronilnts of A. L. Mills,
prcsldont First National Bank; J. C.
Alnsworth. proslilont United 8tntcs
Natlonnl Hank: W. M. I.add. protl
ilont Lndd & Tllton Hank; Nathan
Strauss, mnnngor FlolNcliner-Mnyor
Company; Krnklln T. Orimth. prosl
dont I'ortlnnd Hallway, Light ft
Power Company: C. C. Colt, pro.
dent Chamber nf Commerro nnd pres
ident of tho Union Meat Company.
Tho Now Bond Flour Mill Co.. Is
now manufacturing Deschutes Self
liaising Pancnko (lour. Ask your gro
cor for It. Adv.
For sign painting see EdwordB.-Adv.
Sweet Clover in
Result Obtained Under Culti
vation Season of 1015.
By A. E. LOVETT,
Crook County Agriculturist.
Early this year Swcot Clover was
recommended by mo to tho farmers
for dry land, alkali land and tho
poorer soils under irrigation. EstI'
mates as to tho value of tho crop for
this section were made and farmers
advised to try out small plots planted
What is Better
than being completely satisfied thrtt
your clothes nre ns good ns the other
fellow's? That's the kind of feeling
you have when you get into any
thing you buy of us. That's our
business to make you feel that way.
Slip into one of our MACKINAWS (fcC fn Mfl
nnd get that "at home" feeling PJ l P1U
WOOL BLANKETS will keep you tfl CAin (jC
warm these chilly nights. Per pair pi.J" l" P"
QUILTS, each $1.50 to $1.75-
PACKARD SHOES always make
the feet look dressed-up. Always
wear well and look snappy. Wear a
pair. They'll suit you BETTER.
A. L. FRENCH
Clean up and paint up. Soo Kd
For a good clean shave, good
hair cut, facial mnssago nr n chine,
visit tho Metropolitan, on Oregon
street. Adv. tf
'NOTIIER COUNTY HEARD FROM.
(Silver Lako Leader.)
Tho llvo wlros of Bond. Klamath
Falls, Pnioy, Jjikovlow, Fort Rook
and Burns nro getting down to Iiuh.
Mtwi of making way for tho Strahorn
railroad to come. From present Indi
cations, the people of Control Oregon
do not Intend to lot this new enter
prise get away from thorn, now that
Mr. Strahorn has got up his working
heat ngnln. Tho commercial activ
ity of tho Central Oregon couutry
rlshtly belongs to Oregon's metro p.
oils, Portland, nnd ovory cttlten
should tnko prldo In seeing that she
gets It. Tho conitructtng of tho Stra
horn lines horo would effectually
bring about all this.
NO REASON FOR IT.
You nro shown a way out. There
ran ho no reason why any reader of
this who suffers tho tortures of an
nchlug back, thu auuojancu of url
nary disorders, tho pains nnd dangers
of kldnoy Ills wilt full to heed tho
word of u resident of this locality who
has found relief. Tho following la
convincing proof: Mrs. J. v. Gatchol,
nio Boventn street. Hood liver,
Oregon, says: "I had dull, nagging
pains ncioss inn small or my back
nnd tho action of my kidneys was Ir
regular. 1 tried soveral well-known
k'duoy modlvlnos, but gat no rollof
until I took Bonn's Kidney Pills.
Thoy relieved mo at onco and tho
backache left rau. My kidneys nre
strengthened and my system was ton
ed up. Another of my family had
good rosults from Moan's Kidney
Pills." Prlco GO cents it nil dealers.
Dou't simply ask for n kidney remedy
got Doau's Kldnoy Pills the same
that Mrs. (latcbol had. Foutor-Mll-burn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. adv.
Use True Bluo Flour. Whiter and
better than ever. For sle by The
New Bend Flour Mill Co. Adv.
Lots 60x114, Sidewalks,
and Electric Lights
$100 to $225
TERA1S: $10 Cash and $10
Monthly. Special Inducements
to parties whowlll build homes
J. RYAN & CO.
"You Can't Raise Corn"
In the Northwest. But corn Is grown here good corn, small
cobs, deep kernels, solid ear, and plenty bushels por acre.
Every farmer every live stock owner
every dairyman knows what corn means.
Whether or not you know that corn Is a successful crop In this coun
try, go and seo tho results of a campaign, for more pork nnd better pork,
moro cattle, moro dairies and alios, and better times nt the
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co.
UNION PACIFIC HYSTiai.
Walla Walla, December 2-3-4
Information and Premium 1.1st Fre
upon application to
A. o. i:g.n, T. F. Jl P. A.
J. 11. COBBKTT, Agent, Bend, Oregon
LOW FARES FOR
THE ROUND TRIP
H Lm'MLlkVsLS il
to tho white blooming Sweot Clover.
About 200 acres ot Sweet Clover
wero planted in Crook county last
spring. Blanks for reportB upon this
crop were sent to all those wno naa
plantod It, nnd reports have been re
ceived from nearly all of the mon. In
tho majority of cases, an entlroly sat
lsfactory stand was not obtained, but
men sending reports to this effect
hr.vo usually blamed tho tlmo ot
planting or the method used rather
than the crop ltsolf for the unsatis
factory stand obtained. In prnctlc
ally every Instance, those who plant
cd tho crop this season will plant a
larger acreage next year.
As a pasture crop, farmers havo
found that stock will cat tho Sweet
Clovor readily. No losses from bloat
havo boon reported excopllng In ono
caso whoro ono man reports tho loss
of three sheep from bloat on tho
Sweot Clovor. This comes as a sur
prise, but It will be welt for thoso
handling tho crop in the future to re
member this report and wntch care
fully for Indications of bloat when
pasturing Sweet Clover until we havo
a larger experience with this crop as
pasture. As a hay crop, It has boon
found as accoptablo to the stock as
Is alfalfa after thoy havo learned to
Hkq it, and very llttlo trouble has
boon experienced In getting tho ani
mals to cat tho sweet clover hay.
Tho failures In obtaining a stand
ot Sweet Clover have been caused by
planting too late on dry ground, hav
ing the seed bod too looso nnd n
blowlng-out of tho crop on very san
dy soil. On Irrigated land the crop
was this year planted as lata as April
lain, and a good stand and crop oti
tnlncd. On dry land Eeed planted af
ter April 1st In no Instance gavo good
returns. Tho opinion of tho mon
who havo tried tho crop this year
on dry land Is that the Seed should
bo planted very early In tho season,
probably any time after December
1st and not later than March 1st. It
tho seed Is sprouted and growth of
tho plant startod, tho crop will usual
ly llvo and prosper throughout tho
Sweet Clover Is not a "cure-all"
or "tho only crop" for Crook county,
we havo, howover, this yoar provon
that It may bo made u profitable crop
for pasture and hay on our farms In
this section. Tho bettor' tho land nnd
tho moro ideal tho moisture condi
tions, the better will bo tho crop cf
Sweot Clovor; but the crop will grow
and pay on tho poorest land, on rocky
land and alkali soils, and In places
whoro other crops will not grow.
This will probably provo to bo Its
groatost value. If tho land Is prop
orly prepared and tho seed planted
early, It will provo a paying crop
on dry lands. Howover, tho greatest
valuo to bo obtained from this crop
in tho noxt few years In Crook coun
tywill bo the Improvement of tho soil
byaddlng plant food and humus to
tho soils whero tho crop Is grown,
evonthough tho crop may bo pastur
ed or raised for hay. This value Is
obtained becausa of tho largo, thick
root growth characteristic of the
plant nnd becauso of its being ono of
tho legumes which obtain the nltro
gon necessary for their growth from
tho air. Thoso looking for a crop to
Improve their soH for larger produc
tion will do well to consider Sweot
Clover. Where other crops alroady
grow luxuriantly, or where n reason
able profit Is being obtained from tho
lands in growing other crops, Sweet
Clover might turn n less profit, and
as stated in tho beginning, Sweet
Clovor Id not recommended for all
lands and under all conditions above
other crops; but when othor crops
will not pay, or It Is desired to Im
provo the soil physically and chem
ically, Sweet Clover will prove nt
least ono ot tho crops which should
For sign painting soo Edwards.
Pool and billiards at tho Metro
politan. Just the thing for n little
relaxation In the ovcnlng. Adv. tf,
ONE CENT A WORD Is all a little
Want Ad will cost you.
WH WANT Abb YOUR TURKEYS
AND WILL PAY CASH ON BELIV
KRY AT OUR PLATFORM. PRE
FER ALL BIRDS TO RE DRESSED
RUT WILL ACCEPT HOME ALIVE.
WRITE OR CALL FOR INSTRUC
TIONS ON HOW TO DRESS. WILL
l'AY PORTLAND PRICE LESS
FREIGHT, LIVE RIRDS RECEIVED
NOVEMBER 12th TO 17th; DRESS
ED BIRDS NOVEMBER ICtll TO
RUYERS FOR UNION .MEAT CO.
Vl zfzj; hi
For a Moment, Please
You Can Cook
for a large family or for yourself alone. The Electric
Stove is now perfected to the point where it serves as
Kitchen Ranges or, in smaller form, as the Handy Little Meal Getter, right in
your own room. For instance, on El Grillstovo, which costsjonly $4, you can
Boil, BroU, Toast, Fry, and Make Coflee. Simply connect toyour light socket.
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