The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, November 29, 1921, Page 2, Image 2

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The Bend Bulletin
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1921
A SURE SUPPORT: The
eternal God is thy refuge, and
underneath are the everlasting
arms. Deut. 33: 27.
AWNINGS AGAIN
Our attack on the awning nuisance
has brought such a chorus ot approv
al both in letter and spoken word
as to indicate that the subject was
Tery much in the mind of the public.
Two years or so ago we went after
the low hung awning but little came
ot it either because no one had then
suffered a severe injury or because
it bad not then reached the height
of nuisancy, if we may invent a word,
that it since has. Or it may be that
tbe city authorities are more strictly
on the job at present.
Whatever tbe reason there is no
doubt now of the public feeling. Be
cause tbe nuisance had been allowed
to persist we and many others first
supposed that there was no ordin
ance covering it. Now it appears that
there is an ordinance but that It has
not been enforced. It took a storm
with awnings lowered to protect win
dows and Mr. Sparks' jolt into the
frame of one so lowered to produce
action.
As one of our correspondents said
last week, Mr. Sparks has been made
a martyr in a good cause. Awnings
have all been officially measured and
the point to which they may be low
ered indicated. That, however, we
urge is not enough. It is still physi
cally possible to lower these awnings
further. What we fear is that as soon
as the present agitation has passed
this will be done. Those iron frames
are always potentially dangerous.
The low fringe is always a potential
trouble maker. If the ordinance does
not now definitely prohibit these and
make tbeir existence a legal nuisance
it should be amended to do so and
then all possibility of danger done
away with by the removal of the
frames and the fringes wherein the
trouble lies.
BEND'S ASSETS TO
BE MEETING TOPIC
Series of Discussions, Each Time
Covering One Particular Asset, Is
Planned By Commercial Club.
"One of Bend's assets and how best
to develop it" will be tbe topic for
E. J. BISHOP
j: District Representative for the f:
Fuller
Brush Co.
Is now located in Bend and
will call on you some time in
tbe near future to demonstrate
the superiority of tbe Fuller
product.
Tbe Fuller Brush Co. manu
factures brushes for 69 differ
ent uses.
Every brush is absolutely
guaranteed arainst all defects
whatsoever.
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NOT JUST MEAT
BUT
MEAT!
O'DONNELL BROS.
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ef WattMsSon
The Happy Ending
Among back nifmbcrs I am wending, I like the
old things, though they're stale; and I admire the
happy ending when I wade through a stirring tale;
I "know my course needs much defending, since
critics at old methods rail. "It isn't Art," they tell
me, sadly, "the way all stories used to cease; the
villain always turned out badly, the hero wed the
vicar's niece, and packed his trunks with gems and
gladly went honeymooning off to Greece." Art is
a thing of pomp and glory, and I'm its booster and
its friend ; I claim that Art is hunky-dory, my throb
bing eulogies ascend; and yet I do not like a story
that does not have a cheerful end. The methods of
the old time masters were good enough to be my
guides; they soaked their heroes in disasters until
disasters stained their hides; but in the end the
smiling pastors united them to blooming brides.
The heroes suffered for a season, till Chapter Twenty-four
or five; the dupes of guile and crime and
treason, they wondered why they were alive; but
in the end they had no fleas on, and they began 'to
bloom .and thrive. The villains for a time were
winners, all things appeared to come their way;
they fed their works with costly dinners, and drank
cold bottles from Cathay; but retribution smashed
these sinners, to Tyburn tree they rode away. The
highbrows doubtless I'm offending when I let
thoughts like these prevail ; and Art, perhaps, in ire
is lending her help to have me put in jail ; but I ad
mire the happy ending when I peruse a stirring tale !
MOVIE MAN GONE,
LEAVES NO TRACE
till- United I'rraa to Tbe Vend rjulletln.)
I.OS ANUKI.Kfl, Nov. 2B. Klic
Von strolinlm, movie promoter mid
director, hits inystcrloiixiy dlKiiiieur
etl leaving no truce. Publicity limn
tliMiy frame up.
Had Lost tha Nam.
Utile Ktlwtirtl, ntifil three years,
was tnrny playlnit with Mlhvnrlh, who
n. mi nflurnmiii Kn't. After par
Inking tif tiiiiiio lunch iliey were Mlmut
lit remiiim their piny, when I over
heard IMwnnl any to MM worth, "Say,
khl, what's your mime uualii, I lout
itr
Vet. ran Tortoise Still Lays.
A loi'lolHe heloliiiliiK Io it Hiiiltll Af-
rl ni II mil i, w hli'h died In lll'JO, hud
been iimler iiliservnlliiii nllu-ti iKH,
Hlien l was itlri'iiily of Kltiitntlr "Ir.o
nnd of unknown -. A female tor
IoUk lielonulng to the same niiiaeum
has been known since jtws, it mc lit
lays e.'ua,
BURNS COMMERCIAL
CLUB HEADS HERE
I. S. Cloor, president of tho Burns
Commercial eluli. and Judge William
Knire of Hums met with I ho ill tee
torn of the lleml Commercial club
today to discuss mutters of IntereM
to the two commuiiilles.
Bnllclln Want Ads bring results
try them.
discussion at tomorrow's noon lunch
eon of the Commercial club. The per
son chosen to lead the discussion will
decide which of Bend's assets is to
be taken up at tbis meeting, an
nounces Secretary Andes.
Tbls is to be the first ot a series
of meetings of this nature, others to
follow until the field of Bend's as
sets is fairly well covered.
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Shoe
Repairing
The oldest established
shoe shop in Bend.
Clothes Cleaned
and Pressed
AT
LOVEN'S
1017 Bond St.
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DANCETTE
Hippodrome, Tues. Night, Nov. 29
Music by Williams' Alabama Jazz Band
Admission--Gentlemen, $1.00; Ladies, Free
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UM-M-M
Waffles Were Never
More Delicious
Hake them electrically and sec for your- '
self. The new Westingliousc Wallle Iron
bakes three at a time.
Price, $20.00
Bend W ater Light & Power Co.
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Oli Boy! Ain 4hia
helife!!"
I LIKE my job.
BUT DAY8 do come.'
a)
WHEN 8KIES aro blue.
ABOVE THE city smoke.
AND BREEZES stir.
THE PAPERS on my desk,'.
AND THEN I think.
WHAT I would do.
IF I were boss.
I'D OPEN shop.
AT TWELVE o'clock.-),
AND CLOSE at one. '
WITH ONE hour off.
FOR LUNCH, and L I
a e
WOULD GET old Sara,
e e e
TO RUN me oat
IN HIS big six.
AND DROP me off.
UNDER A greenwood trM.
BE8IDE A babbllag brook,
AND THERE I'd lie.
AND EVERY once. ,
e e e
IN A while.
e e
ROLL OVER.
e ,
OR MAYBE sit and think.)
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BUT M08T likely,
JU8T 8IT.
AND EVERY once..
e e e
IN A while I'd light
e e e
ONE OF my Chesterfields)
e e e
AND OH Boy.
-e
I GUE88 that wouldn't,
e e
8ATI8FYI
Say,
10MPANI0NSHIP?
V- there never was such a cur.
arette as Chesterfield for steady
company! Just as mild and
smooth as tobaccos can be but
with a mellow "body" that satis
fies even cigar smokers. On lazy
days or busy ones all the Urns
you want this "satisfy-moke.''
st
erne
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alii
The train situation is only temp
orary. There is no necessity to
buy large supplies of staple groc
eries. Buy what you need and
there will be plenty for every
body. Shevlin-Hixon Company
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CHRISTMAS
SEALS
are now on sale.
PUT THEM ON YOU It
LETTERS AND PACKAGES
The Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co.
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WALL PAPER
PAINTING and DECORATING
IS OUR BUSINESS
And we make It our business to see that our business Is bandied
In a businesslike way. fl The quality of our Interior decorating
cannot be equalled. Our display of wall paper la the largrat
and best ever shown In Central Oregon. Oar price are right.
On these qualifications we feel Jnstlflod In asking yon for
consideration when In need of work In our line.
A. J. GOGGANS
736 WALL STREET PHONE 278-J
FURNACES
PIPE AND PIPELESS
SHEET METAL AND ROOPINO
Wm. MONTGOMERY !ist.
CIGARETTES
Lioorrr & Myers Tobacco Co.
DiJ yon knwa eioerf Ma
CAwisrIsM pmckaftior
PERMANENT AS THE PYRAMIDS
i
Concrete Pipe Company
BEND, OREGON , .
Sewer Pipe, Irrigation Pipe, Water Pipe, Culvert Pipe, Building Blocks
Well Curbing, Concrete Silos
li it's made of concrete, we make it
Box 157 BEND, OREGON Phone 249
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