The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, November 08, 1921, Page 4, Image 4

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THE tVKVD nClXFTIN. DAILY EH1TIOX, 11KXD, ORRGOX, TlKrlHAV, NOVKMIUCIt . tftii.
MEN
ServiceSatis factionLowest Prices
For the man whose duties indoors or outdoors call for
durable, long service clothing, we are always well sup
plied with values that bring their purchasers distinct
savings. Our policy of buying only the best and selling at
lowest prices is your personal gain.
FLANNEL SHIRTS
Wool Mixed Flannel Shirts at
$1.79 to $3.49
All Wool Logger's Shirts at
$3.50 to $4.50
Fine All Wool (Oregon Fleece)
Shirts at
$3.98 to $5.50
MACKINAW PANTS
Heavy All Wool Mackinaw Pants
$4.98
STAG SHIRTS
Heavy Wool Shirts, made with
double backs, at
$5.90, $6.50, $7.50
LEATHER COATS
Reversible Corduroy and Leather
Coats, sport length. Two coats
in one, at
$19.75
Heavy Leather Coats, patch pock
ets, moleskin lined; some coat, at
$14.75
MACKINAW COATS
Heavy Wool Mackinaw Cloth with convertible
collars ami bolted, al
$6.30, $7.30, $10.90. $14.73
WORK PANTS
Corduroy Pants at $3.19, $3.79
Moleskin Pants at $2.98
Whipcord Pants at $2.19
Worsted Pants at $1.98. $2.98
WOOL SOX
Merino Hose at $23c, 29c
Medium Weight Wool Hose 39c
Heavy Loggers' Wool Hose 49c
Men's Underwear
Two Piece Heavy Cotton Shirts
and Drawers at 79c
"Morris Mills" steam shrunk Wool
Shirts and Drawers $1.69
'Collins' Health" Finest Wool
Shirts and Drawers at $3.49
Heavy Cotton Ribbed Union Suits
at $1.35
Heavv Fleece Lined Union Suits
at $1.49
Wool Mixed Union Suits, priced
at $1.98 to $3.49
All Wool Union Suits, now priced
at $3.98 to $3.90
Canvas
Qoves
5c.10c.15c
312 DEPARTMENT STORES
Leather
Incorporated 3jCo$l."5
SSSBESS
Classified
; Advertising
(MtMifW) ftilvvrtUtwr vlmr r Imu tfl
tnt for 10 wtmU or On ovnt pr
won! for ll ovr HO. All cluiiliJ 4vrtl
tit atrit'tly rwh tn tlvtc.
FOR SALE
TV I'KW ItlTKIt FOIt KALK ruder
wood typewriter No. 6; first class
condition; J.SO.OO. A. II. role, pilot
Hullo Inn. 7-1 33-1 3:ip
KOU 8AI.K Sixteen Inch lluib wood
$3 a loud; also (our foot wood l
$5 a cord, ("nil at 1356 Newport
ave., or phone 161-J. e-130-135p
FOll SAl.K 117 acre alfalfa ranch !
al IlermUton, Or.; plenty water.
Itood barn, tool shod and work shop;
modern dwelling houso; 16 (own
lots, team and mut-hlnory, liny
Bhods; one-third cash, balance eimv
terms at a pur rnt. Aildrcit llox
14 3. Grant 1'iinb. ()ri. 191 1 6-1 4 Ip
USED CARS
OA It KOU SAl.K Oil THADK llulck
six car In good condllion at a bar
Ktiin: will tuko late model Ford in
purt payment. K. I. Korkwell, Apt.
7. over Deschutes Garage.
4-132-mp
FOR RENT "
KOU IlKNT Small two room fur
nished houso, suitable (or two;
rent $10 per month: two blocks
(roni Klmt Nutloiuil Hank, full
I'hone S9-U. 5132131c
KOU IlKNT Three room house.
purtly furnished. Inquire UraicU-h
& Springer, or call J5 W. S-133-13p
KOU IlKNT Three room furnlr.li.vl
house; buth. telephone, rotnforta
hle and reasonable. Apply J. K.
Arnold's ofllre, or 260 llrou.lmiy
8-I33PI
KOU UK.NT Three room hou'
purtly furnished. Inquire Drag-I
Klch & Springer, or call at 35 lela-
I ware nve. H2-I 3H I 3 I p
Ti o i, . ( A Citv Councilman. 1st
1 hi onaca Italontla to f. I. I.dvarctt ' . i t I
l!nj
Side Talk No. 1
"Attain i. congeal iilme tin t il) A.ltnlnl'.liiiiioii mi lu no.
iioiiiIi'hI t'oiidurt of iitTall ." Ilcnd lliillclin.
"t'lly (oiimll ( ii In MIJJ llii.li;i'l To lore," n Orcgoiiliin
Nun.
Tliuiik gentlemen, bill Inline tin. people tukc n vote on
this budget lei iin rill II Home mole, l or IiihIiiiicci
AIioIInIi tlm Mt.riillnl VYihiiiiu'n rroterllve Dlvlxlnii. Tin'
heiul of this department ki.N a ouliu y of HIMHI. I lin e hiinilie.l
ilullni-a iloiinli'il lo I In. II.il I rm, (lie (oiinly Nure. or I lie
Hrli.Mil iire fur lliU welfare uork, Hoiil.l el heller le.ult",
and iuve VtMHl ti.r year.
The illieetorK of a hank ran ninke or lirei.k a lunik. The
illret'lora of a achmil illnlrlet ran make or break a i lio.il. The
dlrei'tora of a city, or a city rouiu ll, run ninke or hrenk a ill).
Vourn truly.
('. J. I.K l ltl TT.
I. K. Kor Nule Six room modern liouae, with llreplu.e:
Inrue lot and (crime; near mllU; prln- fJ..1lMl; lei no.: owner
leavliiK city on account of mhiHil trimhlea.
Will touch on M'liool mnltera at Inter diile.
OI KIt'K, Hn; ltol STUKKT.
C.J.I..
KOU IlKNT Lame two room Iioii.ik,
partly furnlnlie.l; two hlorkH from
Sliovllu-lllion mill. Imiulre liediru
3 p. in. ut 'Hi JefTnrNoti place.
9S-!3l-!31p
WANTED
WANTKIi TO IliiltltOW Ji.no for
a yeur: ample Becurlty; Kood In-
ternitt: kIv adilrena.
cure The llulletln.
Writ.. -X-s"
K-I32 133p
WANTKIVSewliiK hy Ihn duy. by
experienced ili'eniiniuker: ut your
home or mine. .Mm. K Hull. May
ApurtmentH. 92l30 134p
WAN'TKI) TO IIOIIUOW $300 for
twelve month time at 10 per rent
Intereit; will Klve morlKuKe on 320
acre heal land In Luke county. Ore
Ron: Hi He. 3. Twp. 2d. H Kaniie
IS K Win. K Smith, care llrooks
Sranlun Lumber Co. Cnmp I, llenil.
Ore. H -1 3 I -1 3 ;
WAN'TKI) Tony nud.lle In a I
condition. Notify ('. II 111. hop.
1130 Klnniiton. or phone 177-J.
2I.II-I33r
WAN'TKI) Second bund Hcctloniil
book 1'uhoh nnd dreniier; reuMou
uhl" 37S tieoralu avo. S'J l.lll l.llp
TOO
LATE
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains ami aches
focom incurable diseases. Avoid
fulnful consequences by taking
COLD MEDAL
Tb world's standard racnady fnr klilny.
livar, bladdar and uric add HmibU th
National liamady of Holland alnca IftOo.
Ouaraniaad. Tbraa alias, all diucgiata.
lk lar (ka aaa CaU aa ar Ua
aa4 aaass a kweaUaa
PLANS FOR PARADE
MADE BY CLASSES
The various high school classes
are today arranging banners and pen
nants, preparatory to taking part In
the Armistice Day parade. Marshals
have been appointed within each
clans to have command during the
marching and to keep order. Great
enthusiasm is manifested by the stu
dents in the prospect of participating
in the parade.
DECLARE RADIUM
NOT CANCER CURE
(Br United Pros to Tba Bend Bollatial
LONDON, Nov. 8. Is radium,
bailed by the medical profession as
a panacea for the deadly cancerous,
diseases, a failure?
It is, according to Sir Thomas
Parkinson, a noted specialist and
physician to Lloyd-George, In an In
terview upon his arrival in New Zea
land. It Is not, according to other Lon
don specialists, who term Sir
Thomas's statement, "nonsense."
A. R. C. SHOP MAKES
PROFIT IN OCTOBER
Profits of the Red Cross shop dur
ing October amounted to $75, a
MEN'S EVENING GYM
CLASS IS POPULAR
Ilu-lni. .Men Meet At S::( O'clock
For Work I'niler Director A. I.
Tnti-M'hcr Start Volley flail.
One of the most popular of the
gymnasium classes which Director A.
P. TauHcher of the B. A. A. C. is get-
check for that amount being turned i ting under way is the business men's
over to the Home Service section.
The shop has a number of overcoats
and other serviceable men's cloth
ing on hand. It will be glad to ac
cept any contributions of dishes, fur
niture or clothing.
Fur Bookcse.
Pnt a few drops of oil of In vender
tn (tie bookcase If you Intend clos
ing the house for some time, and
the books will not be musty when yon
return.
la
Banking System Stronger !
Patriotic service of the country in time of war has
made the American banking system popular with the
people.
There is not a week or a day or an hour that the
country banks are not called upon to render such service.
There is no place of business where so many people
calf for advice in matters of everyday business a at the
home bank.
Matters in regard to loans, investments, insurance,
building or changes In business are discussed over the
bank counters.
ft Is all a part of the day's work with the banks In our
cities and country towns to serve their customers In this
way.
It goes In with the other service the bank renders of
taking deposits, making loans and selling exchange,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF flGXD Is proud of
the fact that its customers make use of its services In this
manner.
The First National Bank
Tmm Baw or St7mo Srie
Thit Banf( Is a Member of the Federal Reterte System
class at 5:30 o'clock Monday and
ThursJay evenings. Attendance hus
been good at each meeting of this
class.
Volley ball was started last night
as part of the program of this class,
in addition to the marching, 'running,
calisthenics and apparatus work
which the class had been doing pre
viously. Basketball will be played for
a part of the period after the men
get In better condition. Swimming
may be indulged in after the period
is over.
GRAZING EXPERIMENT
WILL BE CONDUCTED
To start a series of experlmentss
which will last over six years. For
est Examiner Jack Morton will leave
tomorrow morning for Fort Rock,
where he will fence small areas to
protect them from livestock. Growth '
of grass and other vegetation In the
enclosed areas will be studied.
M'KENZIE HIGHWAY
IN GOOD condition;
The McKenzie highway Is In the
best condition of the year following
its reopening. Hardy Allen of Sisters
stated this morning. A few patches
of snow are found on the higher
levels, but these ore extremely light
nnd offer no obstacle to the autoist.
Best Crabs From Chesapeake Bay.
The Cliexiipeuke bay blue cruh, the
largest specimen fo:i,r along the At
liuitle const. Is coriiiienM tho best.
While tlieie crtistm runs were very
plentiful a Tew jesrs ux. It Is becom
ing evident Unit mile's n "closed sen
son" Is declared they will become as
rare and lilnh priced as terrapin. Tim
little pea crabs, found within oyster
shells, are considered a delicacy, while
the cancer mnglster, the large crab of
the Pacific const. Is extensively used
for fowl in that part of the country.
LIBERTY
'Theyil fly away . mother bird,
ineyti fiy uwuy.
Wednesday & Thursday
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A ReiinamMAeWPMluctioA
The" LD NEST
Rupert Hujgics ' Hcart-grippitig Story of Home
"" With The Greatest Star
Cast Ever Assembled
A Goldxvyrt Picture
This big spcclnl cost a lot of money nnd lins run lit !tfc nnd .Vic wherever It
lias plnveil, Ineliiillng the t'oluniblii, I'liiiland. Hut we me going to ninke eilne
fluy lliiigiiln Day at the fjlherly and run this wonderful picture m Oe, mic mid IOc,
mil If every sent In the house Is lllled the price on this nnd mimy oilier big pro
iliictlons will not be rnlwd, hut unless we do ciipaclly lionlnc. we will be com.
fH'lled to raise I lie price the same as Is done In other towns on such speclnl offer
lugs. Ho bring the whole family If ou want big shows lit the regular price.
Wilson Oeorgc nnd our new $10, (MM) Pipe Organ,
SPECIAL-Mothers Matinee Thursday, 10c and 25c
Six Free Tickets to the Oldest Mother Present.