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I1KNI) IIULLKTIN, IIK.VI), OREGON, TIIUIWDAV, MHWHT SSI, JPtll
"Here's a Friendly Tip"
oaya tho Good Judge
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put up In two styles
IUGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-U CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
NATURAL BEAUTIES J
SHOULD BE PRESERVED J
SAYS S. T. MATHERS
"I wish Hocrotury Litno could hityc
takun llili trip with iih," exclaimed
Htopheu T. Mather, director or nii
tlnnal parks, nu ho stood on thu nldo
at Pilot initio Thursday tnornliiK nud
looked over Urn country spreading
out to tlio south and wont, Mr. Mit
titer, with tint othur moiiiburs of IiIm
party, Madison (Irani, distinguished
iiiiluriillsl from Now York and Frank
I1. I'uiirhiird, an oxport In charge of
national park rotiHtructlon, had humi
taken out to tho cinder pit In ordur
t tint thoy might col tho most com
prtthniiHlvo vlow oC llio country nvall
nhlo In thu tihort tluio tit tholr com
inaild. Mr. Mathnr'H nxclitmtitlon was hlu
trlliuto to tlio Itcouo spread before
him. It wan magulflrout and lo
wnntod bin chlnf to moo It. An equal
Interest wan shown tiy tho other
members of tho party. Onco tho
vlow had boon grasped, however,
hoth Mr. Mntlior and Mr. Orant
tttrnod tholr though from It to tho
practical question of how Homo of
tho beauties of thin Miction could ho
mi veil for tho hutiolll of fiituro gen
erations. Ono tlilni; thoy urged specifically,
that u strip of Umber ho loft alow
ouch nldo of tho main tourlta high
way. Already, thoy said, wo huvo
it barren wnstu at our door.i. Its
beauty lit gone and wo hnvo a Intro
Kind loft. When It wait pointed nut
that tho Ktrlp would contain many
foot of tluitmr that tho owners could
hardly ho expected to dounto, nntl
(ho town could not n fiord to liny It
for tho road, thoy sndl that tho pur
ohaso should ho mado hy tho stato
hh a part of Km road building pro
Krnni. To tho ohjoctlon that nuch strip
would not Htand with tho protection
of tho rust of tho forest gono, thoy
assorted that thlH protocllou wuh not
Invu Hullo and tho ndjolnliig lava
fluhlH woro polutH of Hpoclal iutrrxt
to .Mr. Mather and Mr. I'unchard,
who had rocontly vUltod tho Ha
waiian iHlandn nud noon lava floldii
only n fow yearn old with mill
othorn In tho making.
Hack In tho city tho party drovo
along tho rlvor and iiKnlu tho party
haw Imautlt'H that nhould ho saved
for tho community. Thin wan In tho
proponod park nlto, which thoy
m god nhould lio acq u I rod by tho city
at onco. Anothor suggestion woh that
a road ho built on each rlvor hank,
"Soinu day tho city will ho roatly to
do thin," nald Mr. Orant. "It will
xuvn tnouoy by minting a boglnulng
The Red Crown sign signals satisfaction. It stands
for straight-distilled, all-refinery gasoline high
quality every drop! Look for tne Red Crown
sign before you fill.
y?. R. Speck, Special Agcn t
Men who know tobacco,
chew the bent without its
coining them nny more.
They lake a lill le chew mid
it's amazing how the good
taste stays in a rich, high
grade chewing tobacco.
For lasting tobacco eatia
faction, there's nothing
like a small chew of that
Told of tho proportion to huvo tho
gorgo of tho Tumnlo ruturuod to tho
national foront, thoy urged that thin
also bo doni), nayliiK tltnt ovory na
tural fouturo of tho country nhould
ho navod no far nx possible.
Mr. Mathor hopos that Crater
l.ako pnrk may ho enlarged and fooln
that tho advantage lo bo Rained by
Iloud by tho addod nttractlvonoHn
for tourists will moro than iiiako up
for tho Iomn of grazing land. In thin
connection Mr. Orant npoko again of
tho fact that tho lloono and Crockott
club will placo it hord of i:ik In tho
pnrk If Itn boiindnrluH tiro enlarged,
llo alno Htigostcd it Jiord for tho
Paulino gnmu rosorvo.
Differing from tho unual vlnltorn
to Hand, those men woro not at all
lutori;ntml In seeing tho nawmlllH,
tholr nttltudo In thin respect giving
wolRht to what no many liond peo
plo fool, that In, that whllo our blR
and immodlato cnnlt asset I tho saw
mllln, thuro art) ntlll other things
of groat valuo hero that nhould
SEEN FROM BEND
Mill Crrtv Itutlied fnim City In
Combat I'lntnrx on Tumat
Dense Hmoke Hung Ixitv.
Starting nhortly aftor noon Sun
day, tiro broko out In Orowller
II rubor slushing on tho Tumalo nnd
hoforo ovonliiR covered moro than
GO ncren. Fourteen mombors of tho
mill crow woro ussamblod In Bond
and rushed to tho nceno of tho con
llaRrittlon, nnd today It wan report
ed that tho II a in oh woro well under
control. No tlmbor of any valuo
wan ttamiiRcd, It In bollovcd
Early at night tho flro could bo
noon from lloud, and thin morning
nmoko Iiuiir heavily over tho city.
Doschutos foront ofllclaln, however,
ntatod that much of thin wan from
fires In tho fir fnreittH on tho went
nldo of tho mountains,
To Keep The Children Well.
Mm. Amandn Flint of Now Phila
delphia, O., writ oh. "I heartily roc
ommond Foloy'n Honoy nnd Tnr. It
relieved my llttlo girl of tho most
tickling cough. Hho wuh so badly
ounoyod ut night I tried n great
many things nud round nothing to
holp hor until I got Foloy'n Honoy
and Tar" ContnliiH no opiates. In
bom for tiny cold. Sold ovomvhoro.
Standard Oil Company,
INFERTILE EGQS KEEP BEST
Fertile derm In Hot Weather Quickly
Becomes Blood Ring. Spoiling
Egg for Market.
(Prepared by tlio United fltntci Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Funm-rn lono millions of doll urn nn
nuiilly from hud method of produc
liiK and bundling eggs. Ono-third of
this loss In pruveiitnble, becnuxu It
In duo lo tho partial hutching of fer
tile eggs which have been allowed to
become warm enough to begin to In
cubate. Tho reenter makes tho egg fertile.
Tho fertile egg makes tho blood rln.
You run novo the money now lout from
blood ring by keeping tho male bird
from your Hock nfter thu hatching
season Is over.
Tho roomer docs not help tho hctiH
to lay. Ho merely fcrtlllr.u tho genii
of tho rgg. Tho fertile germ In hot
weather quickly become it blood ring,
which npolln tlio egg for food and
market. Hummer heut ban tho numo
effect on fertile eggn an tho lieu or
After tho batching neanon cook, nell,
or pen your reenter. Your bona not
running with a male bird will produce
Infertile rggn quality eggs that keep
bent and murket bent.
IIuIch for handling eggn on tho
farm: Heat In tho great enemy of
eggn, both fertile and Infertile. Farm
er are urged to follow theno simple
rules, which cont nothing but time and
thought and will add dollars to tho
poultry yard returnn:
1. Keep thu nentn clean; provide
one nent for every four henn.
'J. Outlier the eggn twice dally.
8. Keep tho eggn In n cool, dry
room or cellar.
I, Market thu eggs nt least twlco
C. Hell, kill, or confine nil tnnlo
birds its noon us the hatching season
It over. ,
POULTRY KEEPING PAYS WELL
Community Breeding Association In
Virginia Proves Most Profit
(Prepared by the UnltfJ Bute Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
A ntrlklng example of community
breeding accomplishment Is furnished
by tho Unrred Plymouth Hock nnnocla
Hon, Fnrmvlllo, Vn. Organized for
A Well-Selected Flock of Young Hens
of Uniform Size, the Kind That
Mnke Excellent Winter Layers.
poultry Improvement In 101.1, thin as
sociation him mndo Ktirh civitluuou
nnd rupld growth thnt It hits been In
eorporuted with it capital stock of
f 1,500, uud n manager employed to
handle Its nffiilrH.
Receipts during tho first flvo months
of operation amounted to $7,500, nnd
recent reports show thnt members of
tho association hnvo on hand more than
six thousand Ilurrcd Plymouth Rock
hens nnd pullets. In the spring of 101(1
they sold 1,000 capo us on it northern
Iteforo the Farmvlllo association wits
formed poultry keeping In that locality
wan merely Incidental, nn unimportant
nldc line to other fanning activities.
Today poultry keeping In one of the
Important Industries of that region,
nnd even thu casual traveler In Im
pressed with tho largo numbum of
llitrred Rocks nud furms.
POULTRY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Boy 8 and Girls Who Take an Interest
In Cltlckons Should De Qlven
Chance to finite Them.
Poultry raining appeals to tho young
people In ninny Instances. Thu hoys
and girls who llko poultry nud would
take i Interest In fowls should hnvo
u chance to raise poultry nnd tiso tho
Incoino us Ihey plenso. Parents oftea
way help their children to become suc
cessful lu thla wuy.
1bisssbbsiiiiiiiiiiiiiSl' V siiiiiiiiiiVLwt a i$f
CENSUS IS NAMED
( Ilr United 1V to The Heml IlullMln.)
WABHINOTON, V, C, Aug. 18,
Upon tho recommotidntlou of tho
director of cennuH William A. Ter-
rnll of Wiikco, Hhermnn County, has
been appointed nn nuporvlnor of
conntin for tho second district of tho
ntuto of Oregon. Thin Included
Unkor, Crook, DonchuteH, Clllllam,
Orant, llurnoy, Hood Itlvor, Jcfer
non, Klamutli, Lake, Malheur, Mor
row, Rhenium, Umatilla, Union,
Wallowa, Wnnco and Wheolor coun
llcn. Tho population of tho district, ac
cording to tho 1910 cennun, was
SALT POISONING OF SWINE
Whenever Used for Pigs It 8hould
Be Mixed With Feed or Used In
Bnlt polxonlng of bogs 1b not o?
rare occurrence, according to un ar
ticle by II. C. II, Kernknmp, Univer
sity Farm, St. Paul, reprinted froa
the Cornell Veterinarian. Pig, nnyu
Mr. ICernkntnp, should not be given
salt nn other farm animals arc. When
ever nnlt In lined for pigs It should
he mixed with the feed or used us
ono of the Ingredients of n tonic or
conditioner. It should never be placed
In it container alone where the ho3
bnvc free nccenn to It.
Notice In hereby given that the
city of fiend ban taken up tho fol
lowing described livestock, to-wlt:
Ono gray gelding, branded 47 on
left front shoulder; one black geld
ing, branded Inverted V, F, on right
front nhoulder. Tho cost of re
deeming mild livestock will bo $1
por day and cost of advertlnlng. In
enso of failure to redeem on pnrt
of owner, said livestock will bo sold
ns provided by tho charter of tho
city of Ilend on tho 25th day of
August at tho city pound.
Cl-7c(Z) L. I). KKNNKDY,
County Itiinrtl of Initialization.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of equalization of Deschutes
county, Oregon, will attend nt tho
offlco of tho county nssessor In tho
court houso In tho city of Dend on
Monday, September 8, 1919, and
publicly examine tho assessment
rolls and correct nil errors In vulu
ntlon, description or qualities of
lands, lots or other property as
sessed by tho county ussessor; and
It shall bo the duty of porsons In
terested to appear at the time and
W. T. MULLARKY.
Assessor of Dorchutes County.
First publication, Aug. 14, 1919.
Fourth publication, Sept. 4, 1919.
Bend Dairy Store
for top prices
Next to Postoffice
Dr. L. W. Gatchell
Complete Lent GiinJing Plant in con.
nectton with my office it
143 Oregon itieet, Bend, Oregon
Right side; right oar crop
pod; wattlo right hind log
11. L. TONE, Sisters, Ore.
Four chairs at your norvico nt the
Metropolitan. No watting. Adr.
XOTK'K roil PInMCATIO.V.
(Xol Coal I.andM.)
Oopartment of tho Interior, United
Htntcn Land Offlco nt Iikovlow,
Oregon, July 28, 1010.
Notlco In hereby glvon thnt Fred
II. Rongan of Prencent, Oregon,
who on May H, 1DM nnd Juno l,
101G, made homenteud and addi
tional homestead entrlen No. 07374
nnd 08012. for tho HW'iNfJVi.
WV68BM. NB,8EVt, ncctlon B,
townnhlp 25 noutli, run go 8 nant,
Willamette meridian, ban filed notlco
of Intention to mnke final throo
ycar proof to cntntillnh claim to tho
land nbovo described, before K. I..
Clark, United States commlnsloner
at I.u Pine, Oregon, on tho 29th
day of AugUBt, 1910.
Clulmunt named an wltnenncn:
Pernor Coyner, Craig Coyner,
Oulneppl Tripoli, nil of Ilend, Ore
gon und Thoman Urnckcn of Cres
JAS. P. HUROE8S,
NOTICK I'Olt PL'ltl.KUTION.
(Not ('on I iMmU.)
Department of tho Interior. United
States Land Offlco at Lakeviow,
Oregon, July 28, 1919.
Notice Is hereby given that Dora
Harper, on behalf of the heirs of
Milton J. Harper, deceased, who
died In military service of tho
United Stuten, of Glcndale, Orogon,
who on August 7, 1915, made home
stead entry 08819, for BE'NVV
KV&SWtt. section 11, NBUNWH
section 14, townnhlp 23 south,
rnngo 9 oast, Willamette meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to make
final threo-ycnr proof to establish
claim to tho land nbovo described
before K. U. (Murk, U. S. commis
sioner at I-a Pine, Oregon, on the
lGth day of September, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
A. It. Cole, Lucy Sptingtube, Cora
Leland, li. C. Scott, all of La Pine,
JAS. V. BURGESS,
NOTICE l-OIt Pl'ULICATION.
Department of tho Interior, United
States Land Office at Tho Dalles,
Oregon, July 10, 1919.
Notlco is hereby given that Leo
pold F. Tauscher of Mllllcan, Ore
gon, who on October 23, 1014, made
homestead entry No. 013073. for
Brooks- Scanfon Lumber
Lumber, 1 nth. Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring und all kinds ef Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Sundwd Sua.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLEK LUMBER CO.
Business and Professional Cards
It. S. HAMILTON
Rooms 13-16 First National
Bank Bldg. Tel. 511
(Dr. Co'i Former Offlc.)
II. II. DArmon4 Ch. W. Erkln
DcArmond & Erslcinc
Ii a w y e n s
O'Kune Building, Bond, Oregon
IL O. Jfl L L I 8
Halted BUtea GoEmalstdoner
First National Bank Building
MISS B. OSTERMAN
Lawrence Bldg., Room 3
Phono Red 2251
DR. C. H. SOLL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Bond Press Bldg,
Phones; Offlco Red 41; Res. 123
Deschutes County Abstract Company
D. II. PEOPLES, President
VottComplotQ'Abotruot. Plant In Central Oregon. Spcclul Attention
Glvon to Federal Loan Abstracts.
First Notional lianU IMdtf.. UEND, ORE., Cor. next to Alley
FOR SALE BY
The Owl Pharmacy
lot 4, 8E'4SWli, and SK4, sec
tlon 30, NNEV,, section 31, town
nhlp 19 south, rango 10 cant, Wil
lamette morldlan, hns filed notice of
intention to make final thrco-yoar
proof to efltnhllsh claim to tho land
above described, hoforo II. C. Ellin,
United States commissioner at Ilend,
Orogon, on the 23rd dny of August,
Claimant namen nn witnesses:
George W. Cook of llcnd, Orogon,
Rauben Keller of Mlllcan, Oregon,
William Wrahn of 'Mllllcan, Orogon,
and John Holland of Mllllcan, Ore
gon. II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
20-24 p Rcglstor.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
(Not Coal IjincN.)
Department of the Interior, United
.States Land Offlco at Lakorlow,
Oregon, July 10, 1919.
Notlco Is hereby given that
Charles E. Street, of La Pino, Oro
gon, who on October 23, 1914, mado
homestead entry No. 07786, for tho
SW' section 1, township 23 south
range 9 cast Willamotto meridian,
has nicd notlco of intention to make
final three-year proof to establish
claim to tho lands abovo described
before B. h. Clark, United States
ntommlssloncr, at La Pino, Oregon,
on the 23rd day of August, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William If. Holllnshead, W. E. Bees
ley, J. N. Masten, Carl Wise, all ot
La Pine, Oregon.
JAMES F. BURGESS.
NOTICK OF HALK OF STATK
Notice Is hereby given that tho
stato land board of tho stato of Ore
gon will recclvo sealed bids until 10
o'clock a. m., August 12, 1919, for
the following described lands, towlt:
Section 36, T. 13 8.. 1113 E.
Section 36, T. 20 8., R. 11 E.
All bids must bo accompanied by
regularly executed applications to
purchase, and check or draft for at
least ono-flfth ot tho amount bid.
Tho board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Applications and bids should be
addressed to O. G. Brown, clerk stato
land board, Salem, Oregon, and
marked "Application and Did to
Purchaso State Lands."
O. O. BROWN,
Clerk State Land Board,
Dated at Salem, Oregon, May 29
Fkono Black 1291
LEE A. THOMAS, A. A. IA.
2-4 O'K&ne Building
BEND ... OREGON
O. P. NISWONGER. Bend. Ore.
Licensed Embalmer, Funeral
Phone Red 421. Lady Ami.
DR. R. D. STOWBLL
Over Logan Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to S
Phone Red 488
Permanently Located In Bend
with Now Equipment
Private Office In Thorson's
Dr. Turner will be In Prlne
vlllo overy first and third Fri
day; In Madras ovory second
nnd fourth Friday, und In Red?
niond ovory first and third
Thursday of each month.
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