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UEND BULLETIN, BEND, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH, l J017
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GOOD, SAYS OLIVER
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Tho special merchandise car from
Portland to Bend Is a pronounced
success, says II. C. Oliver, Unveiling
freight and passenger agent of tho
Oregon-Washington rnllwny. It
leaves Portland every night except
Sunday and roaches Bend tho hoc
ond morning following. Mr. Oliver
unyB all railroad business Is excep
tionally good, tho only drawback lie
Jug tho rontlnucd car shortage, nl-:
though thero Is now a slight Improve-.
mont. 8. I.. Wiggins, local rcprc-
resontatlvo of tho O.-W., Is oxpected
back this week, after a month's absence.
WOOL OHAPING VALUE SHOWN
(Continued from Pngo 1 )
and that Is ono of the chief reasoiiB
why tho wool Imported for uso In
America always brings a hlghor quo
tation than tho domustlo product."
A model of the Australian typo of
shenrlng shed, accommodating 10
shearers, was explained, Mr. Wilson
pointed out how tho sheep were first
sweated, softening tho grease, and
making shearing much easier, next
going Into pons, each of which com
municated with a Bhcaror, eliminat
ing tho usual scrambling for tho
animals, tho clipping of which would
bo most easy. Each shearor's pen, In
tin) modol, was provided with u chute,
clown which tho shorn sheep would
bo slid into an individual tally pen,
making possible u checking up on
tho work of each clipper. Halsed
DIRECTORY OF OFFICIALS.
Prosldont Woodrow Wilson
Vlco President. .ThoimiB H. Marshall
Secretary of Stato . .Itabart Lansing
Secretary of Navy . . Josephus Daniels
Secretary of War . .Nowton I). Ilakcr
Secretary of Intorlor . ...I' K. Lane
8ocrotary Agrlculturo I). F. Houston
Secretary of Treasury .W. F. McAdOO
Secretary Commerce . .W. C. Rodflold
Secretary of Labor . . . .W. II. Wilson
Attorney Oonoral T. M. Gregory
QHtiiia8(or Ucngrnl , Albert Ilurleson
dovorhnr Jablcs Wlthycombo
Secretary of Stato .... II. W. Olcott
Troasuror Thos. II. Ka
Atty. (lunqral Coo. M. Drown
Suporlntonilent Public Instruction . .
J. A. Churchill
Stato Printer Arthur Lawrence
Couimlsslouur Labor BtntlstlcB ....
O. P. Hoft
Oanio Warden . . .Carl D. Shoomakor
Stato Engineer John II. Leu lb
United Stiitcs Sonatom
(Icorgo K. Chamborlaln
, i Harry W. tan
CougresHiueu C. N. McArthur
N. 8, Blnnott
, W. A. Hawloy
Circuit Court Judge. . .T. E. J. Duffy
District Attorney.. II. II. Do Almond
County Judge . Win. D. UnrncH
Clerk . . J. II. Haner
Sheriff . H. K. HiibertB
Treasurer . . Clyde M. McKay
Assessor . .. W. T. Mulhukoy
School Supt. J. Alton Thompson
Coroner . Klinor Nlswonger
Surveyor (leorge S. Young
CoiumlHsliiueiB A. L. Mackintosh
.... . Lew E. Snllth
'I ho Courts,
Circuit MeotB llrHt Monday In
April and October and second Mon
day In March.
Probate Meets first Monday In
Commissioners' Mcota first Wed
nesday In January, March, May, July,
September, November and December.
Ileml School DMrlct No. I'-'.
Directors II. M. SniHh, Clunn.
J, Edward Larson
J. P. Kojoh
Clerk II. J. Otorturf
I'll) of limit.
Mayor . - . S. C. Caldwell
Iteuordur II. C. Kills
TreiiHiiror. . M. K. Coleman
Chief of Police- . .. L. A. W. NImiii
Cttv Atlnrnov C. R. HeUNiiu
City Physician . . .Dwlght F. Miller I
('oiititiiliiitm.. . . Clyde M. MiKnj '
C. V. KIIvIh '
. Louis llciiiiutt
14. P. llrostorhous '
A. E. KchwinU
Council meets monthly on Tuesday
after first Monday,
The Soul of a Suit
Just as the body of a suit is
made up of the fabric and
trimmings, so the soul is the
design and cut.
$20 to $45
are builded of pure all-wool
fabrics, dyed sure-fast and
so guaranteed. In design
and cut they are eloquent of
Especially our new Spring
THE GOLDEN RULE
8(55 Willi Street. UEND, OREGON.
from tho ground, tho building would
permit of enough animals being shel
tered undorncath to provldo work
for an entire day, In caso of a storm.
A grader's room was provided In tho
model, and quarters for a mechanic,
to keep all tho machines In first class
cutting condition. Undor this sys
tem, black floccefl would bo careful
ly segregated from tho white, In or-
dor that the clip might be unimpaired
for tho manufacture of puro whlto
textiles. Immediately aftor grading,
tho wool could be baled, and thn bales
stenciled with tho nnmo of tho grow
er, tho weight of tho wool, and Its
Tni'inci-H May Adopt Plan.
Tho modol described would cost
approximately $10,000, Mr. Wilson
said, and an expenditure of this slzo,
ho advised, should not ho rondo whero
Icbb than 10,000 sheep would bo
sheared In a Reason. Tho bIzo and
cost of the shed could bo reduced,
but no less than n six-pen building
Bhould bo erected, If n grador, re
ceiving ordinarily $10 n clay, wero
to bo economically employed, ho
pointed out. Ho favored a sugges
tion inado by ono of his hoarers,
that In cbbo a smaller shed than this
woro put up, mo individual iicocch
bo tied up until enough had accum
ulated to keep a grador busy, as on
export would bo able to handle at
least 6000 fleeces a day. Ho warned
especially against using sisal twlno
to tlo up flccccB, declaring that fi
bers from tho cord frequently break
off In the wool, cannot bo separated,
and will not tnko tho muuo dyo as
tho fabric, bocauso of its vegetable
origin. Papor twlno, ho advised as
tho safest material for this purpose
The advantage of machine ovor
hand clippers, ho pointed out, lies in
tho fact that they can bo operated
l!fi per cent faster, and that their use
eliminates "second cutB."
That tho prices of wool arc based
on tho Mcoured product, and thence
shrinkage must bo carefully calcu
lated by tho buyer, wus a statement
which brought up tho question of
home scouring. Experience, ho said,
ban proved that this Is Impractical,
unless tho grower knows exactly for
what purpose his fleeces lll bu pur
chased, as under ordinary conditions,
tho mill sort must precce
During tho discussions which fol
tho Powell Ilutto section aro con
sidering tho erection of a co-opera-ttvo
shearing shed, and of gradually
Increasing tho number of their pas
turo slice). Mr. Wilson advised that
nu association ho formed to handlo
the matter, to take cara of such do
talis as the scquenco of bands of
sheep during shearing season.
"Abavo all things," ho said,
"chango from warchouso to ranch
grading. . Put although you aro
formed In nu association, don't pool
your wool, but? soil each clip sepa
rately, on a commission basis, It
you pool it, tho man with tho poor
clip will rccelvo more than his wool
Is worth, and tho man with tho, high
grade wool will got n lower figure
than ho is entitled to."
Evory point In tho lecture was
graphically Illustrated, for tho. car
was filled with samples of wool, both
domestic and Imported, In tho grease,
and scoured, In fleeces, In bales ac
cording to tho now system, and In
Ioobo bags, according to tho old.
Numerous charts epitomized tho main
points of tho lecture, and pictures
showing all phases of tho sheep and
wool Industry claimed much atten
The Spring Coats are full of the charm of Youth. At this store you
will find Coats which typify every whim of Fashion in a most delight
ful way. Come and see them we will welcome your visit.
Are the embodiment of refinement. In every line and every curve
you will find that distinctive air of exclusive grace which charms and
tells of their quality at a single glance.
Your critical inspection is invited with our assurance that the prices
are as attractive as are the garments themselves. ,
$9.00 to $27:50
M. Smith Clothing Co.
WANTED 8crap Iron. Huff-
schmldt-Dugan. Iron, works. Phone
Ulack 741. - K -" 21tfc
WANTED Furnished throe room
house or rooms. Near mills preferred
A. U. Hodstrom, box 70. G2p
FOIl SALE OK EXCHANOE For
town lot or Bccond hand Ford, largo
Pacific Coast Safe and Vault Work's
safe. Might assume difference. In
quire Bulletin or ndresa box 323,'
FOH SALE Ouomsoy cow, fresh
il tho scour-1 ""V Al"!'- ,rle0 80' C' "'"J1:
lip, I1U. till. "-
FOU SALE Purebred Ithodo Isl-
lowed, It developed that ranchers of and Hed, and Whlto Leghorn eggs,
KLT ENABLES US TO
PAY YOU A HIGHER
PRICE. rOR CREAM.
We need 10,000 round,
rowe buttrr Ul etch
nxwlh, od more no
limit to out churning
. Call or wtite, tnj v.e
will eiplam our new
We aie join to put
dm fietroery oo the
j NEW MANAGEMENT
OfcgM Fanwrs' Crtutery
NEW DA Y
THE KINO UEi: DENTISTS' liglcnlo dental work. A dl-covery
that tipsetH man) foiincr Idea. No unclean rnmn or bridge work.
All work giinrantevd perfect fitting.
WHY 1)0 WE HAVE DECAYED TEETH?
The albiiiiiliioiiN film that forms on tcllt Is a perfect btivdlug-placo
for decay germs. TliU albuminous film holds un nclil which comes
lit contact tilth tho tooth and cannot ho michcd by neutrtilUlug id
Italic. This U tho muuo of dmtjotl teeth. If jour teeth huto ho
come, affected It Is only the natural cotiroe, mi come before. It Is tn
Into and hate our teeth euimlned. Wo cun place jour teeth In per
fect condition by our
GREAT NEW DAY PAINLESS METHOD
Which Is EXT1UELY HARMLESS; extract tho decujcU teeth mid
roots und iintko jou itcrfit-t flttlnjr new ct of teeth, uaturul color.
The public hate good reason to place nil confidence In Tho Klng
Lady Assistant Alwiijs. In Attendance.
King Bee Dentists
Oter Poatofllce, Rend, Oregon.
Dr. A. C. Froom, Profwudonul Manager.
HOURS HtOO A. M. to 8:30 l 31. Sundaj, OtOO to O:0O.
THE FASTEST GROWING STORE IN THE STATE
for sotting. Mrs. Ilora Hatch, Tum
alo, Or. 51-2p
FOU SALE Eggs for hatching;
Whlto Leghorns, Barred Hocks, from
O. A. C; R. I. Rods. $1.50 and $2.00
per 1G. Grandvlow Poultry Farm,
Uarndvlow, Oro. CO-lc
FOIt SALE OR TRADE 120
acres In Powoll Butto, 20 acres cul
tivated, CO cleared, romaindor can
bo ciiBlly clearod, Land Is under Ben
ham Falls Irrigation projoct. Ad
dress box 58, Bend, Oro. 49-52c
FOIt SALE Baled hay, alfalfa
and ryo mixed, H0.00, delivered.
Albert Harpor, Tunjalo, Or., phono.
FOR SALE Houso and lot. Price
right. Terms reasonable Inquire
A. E. Edwards, Boud Sign Co. 37U
vmi sale Ono Jersey milch
cow, bo fresh this spring. Antls
EYE SPECIALIST, of Portland
Visits JBentl Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or Inquire of
THOltSOX, THE JEWELER
Wj fin I Mi
DR. B. FONTAINE
I Ltnoo't Jewelry Store, Bend, Oiegon
Gilbert 2b Son
The only store In Bend
where you can get your gro-
codes and meats at tho same
Phone Red 271
FOR RENT 1G0 acrea at -Powoll
Butto. For particulars address Loyal
II. McCarthy, 1334 Northwestern
Bank Building, Portland, Or., or J.
F. Bcnn, 171 Cincinnati, Ohio. EOtfc
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Sultca80 at tho depot,
Thursday morning; papers lnstdo,
with name. II. B. Howell. Reward
of $5.00 for roturn to Bulletin. 52-c
STOLEN Ono light gray maro,
branded quarter clrclo open A on loft
stlflo, also branded F V Inverted Y;
ono tlirco year old goldlng, dark
gray; ono black stallion, thrco years
old; ono bay goldlng, ono year old;
ono bay horse, colt; all branded F
V Inverted Y, above right stlflo.
Notify John Fay, Rlloy, Oro. 48-lp
TO TRADE OR EXCHANOE
TO EXCHANGE for Central Ore
gon farm land. Corner grocery, flvo
rooms upstairs, two down, sevon
rooms furnished, stock, fixtures and
property, $6,000. Thlrty-slx acres of
No. 1 land on irrigation ditch, Teha
ma county, California, $4,500 and a
well secured mortgago $1,600. Will
exchange any or nil of abovo proper
tics. Owners. J. L. Parborry, 1C0&
Bancroft, Borkcley, Cal. E2-p
FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT
See DICK TEo Tailor
All Kinds of
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Phono Black 1481
Put Your Pay in Your
Tht bt wy to iave monjr kep
Utile out u( tha pay cnvlop for pockrt
monrj. then put the rut In thta bank
and par your Mile by check Money In
the bank U not easily spent for unnec
ewarie. and remains until a time of
need comes to you t then you will be
Klad you have your bank account.
Cheek book will be furnished free. It
costs you nothlnir to have your money
kept safe for you.
Central Oregon Bank
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MARBLES Flexible Rear Sight
rfT. L JssllMHlMMi
LaB mw ) s4 m4 to a,)TMi
Also a Full Line of.
Bend Hard-ware Co.