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IIBNI) IiUIJjKTItf, BENI, OREGON, TIIURflDAY, JUNK M, IBlff
A good cooking fuel1
easy to handle
Pearl Oil, the Standard Oil Company's kero
Rene, is a most convenient and economical fuel.
Givca all the convenience of gas without th
dust and dirt of coal or wood.
With a. good oil cookstovc you will cook in
comfort all year 'round. Bakes, broils, roast,
toasts economically. Lights at the touch of a
match. No waiting for fires to come up, no un
necessary work, no waste. Concentrates a steady
heat on the cooking leaving the kitchen cool and
t. Pearl Oil is refined and re-refined by our spe
cial process which removes the impurities. It is
clean burning. w
Pearl Oil is for sale in bulk by dealers every
where. It is .the same high-quality kerosene as
the Pearl Oil sold in five-gallon cans. There is a
saving by buying in bulk. Order by, uguoftnf
Wm recommend New Perfection
mnd Puritan Oil CooAs fovea
1 'STANDARD OIL -COMPANY;
W. R. Speck, Special Agent Standard Oil Co., Bend, Ore.
POWELL BUTTE BOYS
CATCH MANY TROUT
I'OWKLL IIUTTK, Juno 24. B. II.
William Ik hulldlnie a nunkhoutte nn
hln big alfalfa ranch lioro at I'owoll
Itosn Uuwiott, I.loyil Ilunsott and
Dowoy flhobert fished on tho Do
nchuU's Sunday. Thoy caught Hourly
100 flno trout.
'Miss Tucker of I'alsloy Is visit
lug with lior cousin, Mm. Hoy Oliver,
lit tho blK O'Callahan ranch.
Miss Gladys 1'nroU l at liomn for
hor nummor vacation, having cloned
lliu hcIiooI taut weak.
Mr. Williams In visiting nt tho
homo of hla noil B. II. Williams.
Horn, on Thursday, Juno 19, 1919,
to Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Ollvur, nt tho
O'Callahan ranch In I'owoll Ilutto,
a daughter, who has boon named
Ida Kathleen. -
Ooorgo Whltnott lit hauling wool
to Itodtnond for J. B. Warner.
Kour llj truck loads of wool wont
out from tho O'Callahan 'ranch lant
Mr. arid Mm. M, J. Huiiday, and
little daliKhtar Ida, of Urcshiun ar
rived Hat unlay to ho tho guests of
Mr. and Mrs, Hoy Honoris for about
tun days. Mrs. Bund ay and Mrs.
Itohurts are slstors.
Ilort Reynolds and wlfo or Hcd
mond ciuno out Hunduy, bringing Hov.
Ilnsloton "to his preaching appoint
ment. They woro guests at tho Hus
sett homo for dinner.
'Miss Hazel llaynv, who has boon
visiting at tho home of her parents
for nonio weoks, loft for n brief visit
In Portland Thursday. Krom there
situ will go to Han Francisco to enter
Mt. 'Mm hospital for training. Hor
mother, Mrs. W.' Iluync, wont as for
as Portland with hero where slut will
visit with friends for n short tlmo.
The Ico cream social given by the
Hunduy school Friday evening was a
success, both socially and financially
There wun a largo crowd present.
Quito n largo fishing party consist
ing of Henry Whllsott and family,
Jess Lewis and family, Mrs. Mary
Tweet and family, Oeorgo Whitsotl
and brother-in-law, Mr. Blllott, and
little Vera Henaon or Head, who Is
visiting at tho home of Harry Whit
sotl. all motored to Tetherow bridge
J where thoy spent Sunday In fishing.
rney report a goou emeu.
Columbus Johnson and family of
I'rlnevlllu were visiting In 1'owoll
Dolbert French visited with frlonds
In this community a few days last
wook. Mr. French was onco one of
our prosperous ranchers and was scc
rotary or tho cooperative association
whon drafted. Ho disposed or his
property hero at that time, sacri
ficing much to answer the cull or
duty to his country. Ho saw nearly
ono year or service but his company
did not leave the United States. Ho
rccolved his discharge from tho
army nt Camp Ornnt, Illinois, early
In Feuruury. Mr, Kronen plans to
attond tho University of Wisconsin
during tho coming school year. Mrs.
Fronch will accompany him cast and
live with him while ho Is completing
Mils school course.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. IHggs joined
Mr. and Mrs. Hooves Wltcoxsen on
Haturday afternoon, and tho entire
party went to Huttlo Lake, camping
over night. They spont Sunday on
tho Motollus rlvor, returning homo
Sunday night with n flno .string of
fish nnd tho memories of a glorious
Jack O'Callahan wont to Dond tho
last of the week.
Ora Foster hns rcturnod from a
motor trip to the Wllluraotto vulloy
whore ho and his family spent their
vacation. Ills mother. Mrs. Martha
Kostor. who wont with them, re
mained for a longer visit.
Helped Hrr Little fllrl.
Children all need their strength
for growing. A lingering cold weak
ens thom. Mrs. Amanda Flint, of
Houto 4, Now Philadelphia, Ohio,
writes: "Koloy'a honey and tar cured
my little girl ot tho most tickling
cough." Gives Immcdlato rollof
from distressing, racking, tearing
cough. 8oothcs and heals. Sold
every whom. Adr.
-Better Pay Tqo
Much Than Too I
If you pay too much for
a good phonograph you have lost a part of what you
paid, but if you pay too little and get a worthless phono
graph you have lost it all.
Don't buy phonographs on price. There is no price smnll
enough for a phonograph that is sure to dissappoint.
There is a safe middle, course. When you buy your
phonograph we only ask that you will remember that we
only have two of the best phonographs -Edison and Vic-roas-the
kings of all entertainers.
Get-away from the mechanical tone. Get the human-like
. tone as only produced by the Edison and Victrola.
THE REXALL STORE.
Tasta better -gopj further
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A Demonstration of Dependable Coffee
Will be given Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
June 26, 27 and 28, at Our Store
During this Demonstration, with each 3- or 5-lb. Tin,
1 -2 lb. will be Given Free
Feeding Silage is Profitable
It. A.WAIU GIVKS SUGGESTIONS FOR FAIUIEIIS USING SILOS IN
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINUS IN BEND OTHER BU1LDINOS
' VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
NONE - ' 1 $100,000
guiwwith BEND BRIQK & LUMBER CO.
Several silos arc being erected In
Control Oregon this year and after
witnessing (he results obtained by
theso It Is reasonable to suppose that
tho number will be doubled of tre
bled next season. Every silo owner
In Deschutes lounty Is well pleased
with his silo, and several of the silo
owners Interviewed, evinced a do
slro to build another silo.
In tho Weekly Dcnd Dulletln of
nn cnrllor date tho writer discussed
typos of silos and the methods ot
construction. While It Is yet a llttlo
early to discuss feeding silago. a few
suggestions along this lino may assist
silo owners In calculating tho amount
ot feed they will have and tho num
ber ot livestock thoy can feed.
So much has boon written regard
ing the valuo ot silago as a teed that
there is llttlo loft to say on tho sub
ject. A recent experiment, however,
completed by tho Indiana Experi
ment station is Buch a good demon
stration ot tho valuo ot silago that
(tho results aro given herewith. Two
lots ot two-year-old steers wore ted
grain rations, hay and silage. Tho
profit por steer for eight years whoro
silage was fed was J15.24; whoro no
silago was tod tho profit was $8.85.
Tho dlfferenco ot $6.39 shows what n
Bllo will do In feeding a steer 150
days. The small farmor, with the
holp ot a alio, should food a few
cattlo and snoop ovory winter.
Sllugo is most valuublo as u sup
plementary food whon pastures are
short during tho grazing season and
in tho wlntor. It should nover con
stitute tho wliolo ot the torago ra
tion, but should bo ted with hay,
straw, pasture or other roughage.
I)y tislng silago, straw can bo profit
ably used as a wlntor ration for
roughing stock through and is far
bottor and safor than plain straw.
Tho latter, in fact, is a dangerous
ration whon fed by itsolf.
Tho following nro a tow suggested
combinations that may bo fed to nd
vnutago Involving tho uso ot silago:'
Sllugo Ration for Dairy Cows.
Corn nnd suutlowor silago 30 .
Alfalfa hay 16
Wheat bran G
Corn and 8uflow,or silago 3G '
Alfalfa W 18
i SUao Ration for lteof Cattlo.
Corn and sunllowor silago 20
Alfalfa or olovor hay 5
Oat straw., ,. 10
Corn and sunflower sllagc........l5
Alfalfa liay.................. ..... .....! 3
Corn or sunflower silage...... 20
Oat or wheat hay........ ..-.10
Barley ................ 4
Corn nnd sunflower silage........! 5
Clover or alfalfa hay........10
Wheat straw ........-..: 5
Corn or sunflower 8llage..........30
Mixed clover and timothy hay.... 5
Oat and pea hay ....... 15
Silago Ration for Sheep.-
Corn or sunflower silage............ 3
Alfalfa or clover. 2
Corn or sunflower silage. ....... 3
Corn or sunflower silago 2
U the forage that will be eaten
up clean should bo supplied and the
proportions horo given maintained
as near as practicable.
Silago mado from sweet clover, al
falfa or field peas Is mora sultablo
for hogs than silago mado from corn.
Tho best method ot feeding this Is
to givo what they will clean up twice
each day, along with -grain,
Silago can bo fed In limited quan
tities, along with forage and grain
to horses. It Is too bulky and suc
culent for horses at bard work.
Mouldy nnd decayed silago Is In
jurious to all kinds of farm anlmala,
especially horses. It causes poison
ing ot horses and aSortlon In owes
nnd cows. It cannot be safely fed to
any cla-is ot animals. Dad silage Is
caused by. tho silo not being air
tight nhen filled or by Improper
Four chairs at your service at the
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adr.
Put it la THE HUIiLETIN."
10 Milch Cows, Grade
Jersey and Holstein
1 Hack in good condition
1 Oliver Typewriter,
1 Meyers Hand Force
1 10-inch Sulkey Plow.
1 Melotte Cream Sepera
ter, capacity 710 lbs.
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INDIAN TAN CALF
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