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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1918)
vcuumn, mam. cmnooN, Thursday, uauch 21, 1019
MAT BRING IN
0AltlO,l OK MIIiKINO HIIOItT.
JIOUN OATTMJ WIM. 1'ltOMAII.
IiY lll3 CONTIIACIIJI) I'Oll
JIANKH WIMj All)
(From Balurdav's Dally,)
MllkliiK shorthurn cnttlu rimy to
brought Into tlio Hand country short
Jy by tlio farmers working through
tho Central Oregon bunk, which hot
agrocd (0 ntntch dollar for dollar
any purchnso of such itock to bo uoud
In Improving tho brood on tho rauga.
Tho shipment of it carload of tho
shorthorns will Involvo tho Invest
ment of practically f 10,000 or $300
Alrondy 24 ranchers In Crook and
Deschutes counties hnro expressed
willingness to tako two head mch If
tho shipment la brought In. It Is
planned through this to restock tho
smaller outside roriKo with hordn,
'which will provide both buof and
"For diversified farmlnK." accord
dug to County AKrlculturliit It, A.
Ward, who li aiding In tho tnovomont,
"whoro tho ranchman In not In a pos
Itlou to comliict a straight dairying
herd or boof producing proposition u
dual purpoio cow la needed. Tho
tnllkliiK short hum fill tho require
imiutM of both, Uor calf will fatten
out as .good as any boof animal, whllo
at tho miiiio tlmo alio produces oiioukIi
milk to supply a wnokly cream chock
and whon through milking brings
a Kood prlco as boof, Hho can bo
inllkod throughout tho winter, dried
up andun on tho nitiKo with hor calf
in thn summer, which 4s not tho en no
with dairy cattle.
"Only recognised boot broods aro
allowed by law an tlio OroKon ratine
and tho milking short horn Is up to
luroino l Vnlr
Tho cow should produce 7000
pounds of four per emit milk annual
ly. At present butter fat prices It
should bring in $186 each year, Her
mlf will mnko as Kood beef us any
beef animal and will hrliiK ready sale.
At present Mr. Ward Is buying a
mllkliiK short horn bull for Tumulo
for uno by tho ranchers until tho big
carload comes In. It Is very likely
that a mllkliiK short horn stock as
sociation will bo formed In that com
munity very soon. F. N. Walluco Is
fostering tho movomunt hero.
1'rlco lists from ovory short horn
brooder In tho United Htales have
boon secured and It was found that
on tholr stock, values raiiKo from
llfiO to 11000 apiece Tho Ameri
can Hhorthorn Ilroedors Association
has sent Mr. Ward CO copies of Its I
year book, vhloh aro lining glvon out
to prospuctlvo purchasers, Tho
rn u chefs nro inoro thiiii wIIIIhk to
do tholr part In gauging In tho stock,
10. I'. Miihaffoy, of tho Control Ore
con bank, Ih of tlio opinion that tho
vnluo of Central Oregon stock would
ho 'much Increased by tho Introduc
tJou of tho ahort horn brood'.
Alinoxt A Vouiik Mini A Kill li
K, It, Whltohurst, It. F. I). 1, Nor
folk, Vu., writes: "1 had boon suffer
Iiik for moro than ii year, but since
taking Foley Kidney I'llls I fool al
most a younK man naln." Thoy
stroiiKtliou iiml 'lioul woukonod or
disordered kidneys, ntop nloep-dls-turhliiK
bladder allmonts, banish
backache, rheumatic paltis, stlffuoss,
soreness, Hold ovorywhoro. Adv.
CCOPKItATION KKVNOTH AT
(JATIIKIUNO OF HMKKI'.MK.V
(Continued from Pago 1.)
tho bravo and tho fruo. Ho I oak
you to back up tho work.
Mon Must Volunteer.
"I know your local men aro anxi
ous to put thin drlvn over tho top
and tnako a bottor record than ovor
Imforo, This will mean that you aro
going to hnvo to dig down In your
pockots, You out In iUiq hills will
havo to do It voluntarily for wo can't
roach you as wo roach ihoso In tho
Mr. Ityan'it talk was greotod with
onthuslasllc applnuio and It Is evi
dent that tho nheopmon aro ready
to pledRo all tho assistance they can
Klvo In furthering xho loan.
Another prominent speaker was
(lus C. Moser, candidate for nomina
tion for governor. Ho, too, paid a
tribute to tho quests, "Tho men In
Kastorn Oregon, who aro tending
tho flocks, aro doing as groat a serv
ice as tho men across tho water," ho
said, This was followed by a talk
on tho Irrigation work, ending with
an expression of confidence In tho
successful outcome of Alio war.
Public Sale !
Having made up my mind to move to Portland, I will offer for sale at my
place about 2 1 -2 miles northeast of Bend, on the old Bend-Prineville road
(the old Spinning place), on
Tuesday, March 26
commencing promptly at 1:30 p. m., the following property:
Nwil for CMMrotloti.
K. I). Cuntck, president of tho
Oregon Ilankera' Association and can
didate for state t rem surer, told of tho
deslro of tho banking Interests to
co-oporato with tho sheep Industry,
especially during tho war, "Wo
want to build up our stato so when
tho tlmo of adjustment comes wo will
ho ready for It," ho affirmed." "Oro
Kou Is cashing In too much on her
Industries. What wo want la to have
the stato tako caro of Its own in
terests and ceaso paying Its inoiioy
out. Tho wool Industry Is Just as
much Interested In -tho prosperity of
tho stato as tiny other. What I wish
to Impnws on you Is that wo need
to co-oporaXo In our Industries and
build up a bettor stato."
local speakers were A. M. I'rlnglo,
just returned from a trip east; K. P.
Mahafioy, A. Whlsnant, It. I Mlutnr
and T. A. McCnnn. Mr. MahafToy
also emphaslzod tho Liberty loan.
"It depends upon us nn citizens of
this great country who aro making
money (and wo can't deny It) to
Bay HorHC, 10 years old, weight about 1625
Bay Marc, 10 years old, weight about 1500
Brown Mare, 4 years old, weight about 1200
Bay Marc, 7 years old, weight about 1200
Bay Colt, 1 year old in June
Cow, 3 years old, to freshen Sept. 1st
Cow, 6 years old, fresh last month
Calf, 8 weeks old
21 Ancona pure bred
12 Pure bred Plymouth Rocks
12 more Chickens
1 pair Rabbits, white -
1 pair pure bred Belgian Hares
2 young Rabbits
2 hives pure bred Italian Bees
2 hives Hybrid Bees
1 McCormick Mowing Machine
1 Milwaukee Rake, good as new
1 Spring Wagon, Studebakcr, good
13'2 Mitchell Farm Wagon
1 14-inch P. & O. Walking Plow
1 Harrow, 2 section, spike tooth
1 Potato Digger
1 Good Grindstone ' ' "
About 40 Quarts Canned Fruit '
1 Set Work Harness
About 200 Sacks Potatoes
About 40 rods of 26-inch Hog Wire
1 Kitchen Cabinet, new
1 good Dining Room Table
2 Bedsteads and Springs
1 400-Egg Incubator
Shovels, Forks, Garden Tools and Other Articles
Too Numerous to Mention
I'KRlVm -A11 sums of $10-00 nnd under, crush. Over thnt amount a credit of eight months nt 10
A-"- per cent on bankable paper. Five per cent discount for cash.
"PINKIE" RENNOLDS, Auct.
C. H. MILLER, Clerk
J. M. WITTEMAN, Owner
dig down In our pockets. Wo havo
enough cltlzona lioro so wo can go
over tho top again without any whin
ing. Wo must wear our old suits a
little longer and mako our money
go a little further."
Kxplalns Car Situation.
KJplalnliiK tho car situation, If. E.
Ixiunsbory, of tho O.-W. II & NT. of-
Swift & Company
At a recent hearing of the Federal Trade Commission there
was introduced correspondence taken from the private files of
Swift & Company.which showed that the Company had been con
sidering for some time an educational advertising campaign.
The need for this publicity has been apparent to us for sev
eral years. The gross misrepresentation to which we have
recently been subjected has convinced us that we should no longer
delay in putting before the public the basic facts of our business,
relying' on the fair-mindedness of the American people.
The feeling against the American packer is based largely on
the belief that the income and well-being of the producer and
consumer are adversely affected by tho packers' operations,
resulting in unreasonably large profits.
Swift & Company's net profit is reasonable, and represents
an insignificant factor in the cost of living.
For the fiscal year 1917 the total sales and net profit of Swift
& Company were as follows:
This is equivalent to a $3,465. profit on a business of $87,500.
If Swift flc Company had made no profit at all, tha cattle raiser
would havo received only one-eighth of a cent per pound more for his
cattle, or the consumer would have saved only oncquarter of a cent per
pound on dressed beef,
flees In Portland, gavo a short talk. T. A. McCann, $300; Dan Hourlgan,
Ho expressed a deslro on tho part 3200; Mr. Clark of Shaniko, $200;
of tho rouds to co-oporato with tho A' M I,rinKlo, $100; Tom Paxton
sheen mon and all tho manurnctiirnrsiof Walla Walla. $100; tho forest
to tho fullest extent. Ho told of tho
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
work of tho railroads in providing
oAslstanco In war gardening and of
tho probloms of transportation. On
ono lino In ono day, ho said, thcro
aro often as many as 2C freight
trains carrying war supplies. Ho
urgod that overy shlppor load his
cam to tho fullest extent. "It you
can't complotoly fill ono car go In
with anothor town or business houso
and uso It tagethor," ho said.
Statistics showing tho extent of
tho 8 hoop industry In this section
woro glvon by County Agriculturist
It. A. Ward, tho last speaker. Ho
showed that thoro aro now 300,000
sheep on tho 15,000 squaro miles de
voted to grazing land for thorn. The
annual wool ctyp is 2.G00.000 pounds.
Ono hundred thousand head of sheep
and 7C2.000 pounds of wool loft
Iloud by rail In tho full of 191C.
Korty por cont. moro territory has
boon put In alfalfa thla year and this
will help tho Industry. "This is a
big opportunity for tho ehcep man
to help In producing clothing for tho
soldiers," ho concluded. "1 truly be
llovo tho shoep moil will go ovor tho
top In wool production, as thoy havo
in other things.
Irish Kclicmo Throughout.
(Muslo decorations and nionu car
ried out an Irish schomo throughout.
Tho long table In tho dining room
woro arrangod eo that throo Jolnod
tho main ono opposlto tho big win
dow. Horo Itho speakers woro Beatod.
All along woro tiny Irish flags, clover
menu cards jn green and whlto and
Bouvonlr shamrock boutonnleres. At
tho center of tho board was a largo
section of roast lamb elaborately
A quartot coruposod of Mrs. Frod
Pish, Mrs. Doll ParkoV, II. M. Grolnor
and C. W. Ersklno, bdtweon courses
and speakers, sang clover songs, tho
words composed to fit tho occasion,
and accompaniod by old familiar
molodtos. Mrk C. V, Sllvls also gavo
a vocal itumbor. A full orchestra
playod tho opening solootlons.
Govornor Wlthycombo was de
tained in Portland ami unablo to bo
prosont at the, dinner.
Tho last OYont of tho ovouing was
tho auctioning of "Dill," Dosldes
Mr, Stanflold's and Mr. Cronln's
gifts, other largo purchasers woro:
and Goorgo Russell, $60. No bid.
was for less than $5 and betoro tho
Balo was ovor ovory person present
had bought tho sheep once, and In
sorvico men, $C0; V. A. Forbes, $50; somo casca twice. Tho complete list
J. E. Larson, $50; Ned Angland, $50. 'will bo printed tomorrow.
WfeLL FURNISHED ROOMS wltt hot and c
running water. Good bath privileges.
Dining Room With Good Service
NEL HOURS: BrrMt 6 to 8. Lunch 12
lo 1:15. Dinner 6 to 7:15. Mel that pleue
the lute ind utiify the phyucil need. Rooai
sod boinl, pci wrel $1 1; pet month 540. Sin
gle mel 40c and 60c Phone Red 101.
for thrift and Quality in deep frying:,
Bauteingr, shortening and salad dressings
Mazola is more economical or general
cooking than butter, lard or suet because it
can be used over and over again does not
And Food Administrator Hoover asks you
to save these animal fats.
Mazola is pressed from the heart of golden
American corn is as pure and sweet as the
most delicate food cooked in it.
Thousands of housewives have solved the
fat problem with Mazola and so can you.
Get it from your grocer in pint, quart,
half-gallon or gallon tins the large sizes are
most economical. Also ask for the free
Mazola Book of Recipes, or write us direct.
Year rnonir tclua44 II M.jolt itoct mi (It tcdu nilil.clloa.
Corn Products Refining Co.
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