The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, April 01, 1920, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 3, Image 3

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AVIATION FIELD
IS POSSIBILITY
AVAILABLE SITE
SELECTED
IS
JlMtert Wlm I'IiUn Out Location
IhnpliaHlc Importance of
Making Aerial C'ommunl
IK cut Ion I'oNnlliln.
A Hritt rliiHn (wlatlon Hold Ih uvull
nblo within uny ranch of llond, ac
cording t thi) ulnlcmant made by N,
It. Kviiiin, nvlntlnu export, who Hat
urday inntln a mirvoy of landing nolit
niton recommended by the Commor
dill club nvliitlnii couimlttco which Ih
headed by N. (I. JncobKon,
Tho field selected, tho exuct loca
tion of whlcji In being temporarily
vrlthhnlil, In novontl miles dlntiint
fimi lli'iul, mnkliiK It ImpowilbJn that
tlm tract nliould servo tho doublo pur
pose of a lauding do Id mid county
fnlr grounds, It In no mo 100 acrri
In extent, and rough estimates placo
Itn probabli) rout at $8,000, To put
tlm Krouud In propur shapo (or thn
landing and starting of airplanes
would cont In tlm neighborhood of
f 1,000, It In btillovml.
Mr. Kvnnn laid much sires on tho
Importuned of provldliiK a nultnhlu
Mold for avlntorn, pointing out to tlm
committee that Kugono Ih spending
$150,000 for thin purpono, and that
Maker mid I.a Orando arn also mak
Inn considerable expenditures. Thin
Mtimmor, Itn nnld, there will bo DO fed
era! plane on tlm count, chlufly In
forest patrol work, and whether for
est headquarters hern will bo In com
munlcntlon by air with other points
on tho connt, will dopond largely on
tho action taken lnpropurttiR a safe
landing fluid. In addition, thoro will
bo tho fuuturu of lourlnt travel,
Lost Mining fcamp.
Silver Mountain, once n famous inln
Ing camp of Idaho. In nnw drnertrd.
Thirty year ago n syndicate decided
tho place, had a wonderful future.
Money tH Mitired Into the enterprise.
Tim mill ran Jtwt tin dan. Thu "inlno"
cave out.
"Cot nieh QlueK."
Writing n niig that rntrhes on l
one nf th shortest culn to wealth. Sir
Arthur Hiilllvnn recelxil J.IO.tNX) In
mynltlric fur "Thn I-ost Chord.- nud
"My Pretty Jnno" remunerated lt
coiupoer to thu tune of IIO.(MH) n Until
Mnnton 1'iwt.
EASTES MAY
SEEK OFFICE
NAMK IH MKNTIONKI) l-'OIl IHIM
.(MJItATIO NOMINATION I'Olt
COIINTV JWKJI-J KICI'UHM
CASH NOT VKT IN KVIIIKNCH.
Tlm llrsl boomlut for county Judgo
wan being launched Thurnduy when
persistent rumor coupled tho numa of
J. A. Hantus, Iluiul Mayor und JiiHtlco
of tho pouco, with tho office. When
Interviewed on tlm subject, Mr. Hoh
tun ndmlttod that Im had been ankod
to nook tlm democratic nomination.
Ho wun not willing to innko a formal
announcement of hln candidacy, hut
Intimated that thuro wuh u strong
possibility that ho would bo In tho
riiiinliiK.
No republican candidates havo an
yut avowed thejiisolvmi an auxlotin to
succeed It. W, Suwynr, appointed by
Oovitruor Olco'tt to norvo until tho
uuxt general elections.
FLOORS IN POULTRY HOUSES
Muit De Kept Dry, a Dsmpneti It
Fatal to Doth Young and Old
Fowli Alio Keep Clean.
Poultry houses may ho built with or
without floors. In either cimo they
nhould bo dry, nn dump (loom make
damp litters, and dampncM In fatal
to both foul and chlckn. If thi) house
In on dry, nnudy nidi, a dirt Door In
usually iultn nllsfnctnry, hut nn a
ruin It In more damp (linn board or
return! (loom, according to the United
Htsle department of agriculture. Dirt
Doom nhoilld be scraped and new noil
put In two or three, times a yenr to
keep them nnnltnry. If board floor
are iihI tliey nbould be both tlcht and
nuimith no far nn to tnnko them dry
and eany In clean. If pinlhli) they
nliould be eli;bt or ten Inehen from tho
Rrnund to nllow a clrculnllon of air
and lo prevent 'rata from harboring
under them.
DUCKLINGS THRIVE ON MASH
Mixture of Cornmnal, Ground Peaa,
Uran and Middling In Fine for
Young Fowln.
Grow In ilucklluen thrive bent on a
feed compelled of equal pnrtn by mean
lire of eoriimeat. uroiind pean. brna
and mlddlliiKx, nil innde Into n thick
manh either with ncaldlnc but water
or milk. The manh in Improved by
adding shortcut Krveu Krann, clover or
Mome other green Muff, and a fow
bnndftiln of ennre nniL
CHLORINE GAS
LOOSED IN GYM
I'AI' IIM)VN Ol'l' TANK ANI
hu'im.mI:uh im:i: nnroiti:
riJMICH AltMV OAH MAKIf IH
I'HKO IN CLOSING VIJNT.
Hchool Klrln who wore, enjoying tho
nwliiimltift pool at tlm V, M, C. A.
Into lant Friday, lied before
a gan attack when tlm cap cloning a
lank containing morn than 100
pounds of liquid chlorine, blew off
while iidjuntmcutn were living made.
All In tho building made their excapo
be foro tlm deadly gun could reach
them.
Dot rowing an army gun mank from
Chorion W. Hrnkluo, T. II. Foley re
entered tho banumunt of tho gymtmn
lum, cloned tho tank, and completed
tlm work whlcli bad boon Interrupt
ed. It wan novorul bourn, however,
before tlm building wan cleared of
chlorine, and tho pungent odor wan
noted thrun blockn away from tho
gyinnanlum.
Thu gun In lined an an extra pre
caution In water purification at tho
gym.
COLLAR FOR MATURE HORSES
Where Anlmal'n Wright Doen Not Vary
During Year Leather In
Most Suitable.
The bent collar for the miiluro home,
wbono weight doci not vnry much
throughout tho year. In tho leather col
Inr. Hut for mont hornen the bent col
lar In one stuffed with hulr and covcreil
with ticking.
f?IOXXKOi
LIVE STOCK NOTES
Breeding bogn nliould have lot of
exercise.
Kvery man who In using a scrub
bull known ho ought to be unlag u
purebred.
With tbe present high prlcen of
feeili and tho good prices being paid
for hog", no farmer can afford to neg
lect his pig crop.
Anlmnln should be sheltered In wet
wenther. On cold dnyn they will ilo
better If confined In tho burn than If
turned on pasture.
WELDON WING
BESTS WOODS
MUNI) ItOV OUTPOINTS!! HV
ciii:vi:it poitTi,ANi)i:it hoki:
KNOCKH OUT WAItltK.V IN
ONU.
Monamobile Is King
Here Is An Actual Experience in
Central Oregon by a
Tractor Owner
Mr. had been using a cheaper
tractor oil, but without the results he ex
pected. He flushed his engine, filled up
with MONAMOBILE, ran two days
longer than he did with the cheaper oil,
drained the crank case, examined the
.-. MONAMOBILE and found it to be as
good as the day he put it in.
RESULT-
We have added another friend and booster
for MONAMOBILE.
Line up with tho rest of the MONAMOBILE users
BEND GARAGE DESCHUTES GARAGE
' A! W. BONTRAGER .
BEND HARDWARE CO.
Woldon Wing, of Portland, ncored
a clean victory over Hpcck Woodn,
of Hand. In tho 10 round main event
at tho Illppodromo nmokor Thursday,
outpointing tho Hand boy In virtually
every ntago of tho gamo. Font and
nhlfty, bo uncd both handn In decorat
ing 'Hpeck'n fnco, and for tho bettor
part of tho battle, a conntant tapping
on tho none provided local color.
With tho oxccptlon of tho first and
third roundn, Wing outpointed hln
advornary throughout, and tho ref
er i;o '8 declnlon won Inntaut applause
Wood, while facing a cleverer,
fantcr man, wan ulno handicapped In
adopting a ntylo of fighting now to
him, dropping for tho mont part his
uflunl crouch an a means of avoiding
a tendency to hit low which had lont
lilni ncveral battle In the pant. In
tho fact that ho did ovcrcom'e thin
tendency, lant nlght'n combat wan i
distinct ntcp In advance for him. Ho
failed however, to accept numcroun
opportunities for a loft lead to
Wlng'n face.
What In probably tho greatest sur
prise ever handed out to a local
crbwd of fight fnnn. was experienced
when Ted Hoko, of Portland, appear
ing In thn main preliminary against
Frankle, Warren of Ilend, put hln op
ponent away In one round. Hoke,
who formerly lived In this city, han
mndo tremendous improvement dur
ing hln two years In Portland, and in
undoubtedly tho mont finished fighter
seen here In many months. At tho
end of bin bout, ho challenged Speck
end of his bout, ho challenged
Woods.'
Hoke boxed from start to finish and
while ho boxed ho hit with dazing
force Tho contest might havo been
more even if Warren had had an
other round in which to solve Tcd'3
perplexing stylo, and soul-harrow-Ing
punches, hut the, opportunity was
not presented. licforo two minutes
had elapsed, Hoko sent his opponent
to Jhu canvas for tho count of nine,
and half n minute later landed an
other right to tho Jnw, putting War
rcn,out for tho counl of several tens.
In (ho first preliminary, Kid Taylor
of Jlond, outpointed Greek George,
also of this city, in n nix round go
Tho Kid was clover, forced most of
tho fighting, nnd oven had tho bettor
of It in thu rough nnd tumble slug
ging, beating tho Greek at his own
game. At tho conclusion of tho
smoker, George challenged him to a
j return fight.
Wlllard Houston satisfactorily
referred all thrco bouts.
"Here's Something for You to Remember"
says the Good Judge
And any man who uses the
Real Tobacco Chew will tell
you so.
You get a lot more satisfac
tion in a little of the Real
Tobacco Chew than in a big
chew of the old kind.
And it costs less to chew.
The full rich, real tobacco
taste lasts so much longer.
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
Irrigation farmers arc advised to
plan field Irrigatfon to avoid all
waste and to supplement Irrigation
with cultivation. Thoy should bo
patient If tho supply should run low.
.SU.VFLOWEItS MAKK
GOOD KII.AGK
Sunflower silage, so cxtcnslvejy
used for sllafto in somo eastern Ore
gon counties, la cood feed In all nnrtH
of Oregon. Many samples analyzed
oy J. fa. Jones, chemist of the, O. A.
C. experiment station, gave tho fol
lowing results in comparison with
corn silage, given second In each pair
of figures: Wator, 73 21, 78.20; dry
matter, 2G.79, 21 80; acids, 2.52, 1
.47; ash, 1.39, 1.58; crudo protein,
2.4G, 1.95; ethex extract, .82, .47;
crudo fiber, 4.73, 4.61; nltrogon-freo
extract, 17.40, 8.01. (First figures
sunflower silage, second, corn.)
You need It everybody needs it
Holllster's Itocky Mountain Tea this
Spring. Without fall try this famous
Spring Cleanser flz-lk. Owl Phar
macy. Adv.
Have You OneT
A ntonc M cnunldered precious It
It In perfectly transparent, In bright
nnd dear In color uud possesses great
brilliance.
Your Mothor mado you tako It
every Spring Holllster's Itocky
.Mountain Tea. tho roltablo Spring
Cleanser flz-lk. Owl Pharmacy.
Adv.
ItAIV SHOUTAC5K MKNACKS
KU.MMKK WATKH SUPPLY
Irrigation Uoers L'rRc! to Conserve
Storaj?o Waters to Greutcit Pos-
hlblu Kxtt-ut.
CORVALLIS, Ore., April 1. A
shortage of 14.83 inches of rainfall
from October 1, to March 1, last, over
tho normal for tho last third of a
contury, is reported by the agricul
tural college Irrigation department.
TIiIh is an index of conditions all ovor
tho Pacific northwest, says T. A. II.
Tootor, irrigation engineer, who
wnrus users to make tho best possi
ble uso of storage waters against n
ppnslblo shortage next summer
Most of tho shortago camo in Jan
uary and. February of this yoar. It
totals 10.G.1 Inches below normal.
Pro.olpltntlou for February was only
12. Inches against tho normal of
C.55 Inches.
"Rainfall In thoso months affect
tho summor How of streams much
more than that of tho onrller months,
which largoly goes Into tho ground
to nmko up tho dry season deficit,"
explains Profossor Teeter.
"Snowfall in tho mountains is tar
short of normal. Mountain passos
liko tho McKonzIo ordinarily snow
bound till July 1, aro now opon to
uutomobllo traffic.
Irrigation manngers aro urged to
stop all (oaks In canals and boo that
measuring dovlcos aro in perfoct
working order. As wuter bocomes
iicarcpr It will bo more valuable.
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With the most thoroughly
equipped
Machine Shop
Welding Plant
Blacksmith Shop
in Central Oregon, we will accept
practically any and all kinds of work
Guarantee on all work done
and quick service
Call on us to do your machine work
acetylene welding and general black
smith work. We employ only experts
in these lines
Bend Iron Works
Bend, Oregon
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