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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1915)
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BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
llOUKUT II. GOULD
V. W. FAULKNER., D. M. D.
I) B X T I S T
Offlpo Over Postofflco
Bond, ... Oregon
1)11. B. KHA XOIUCIS
l'liytdciim nnd Surgeon
Omco Satucr Uulldlng
Microscopic and X-rny work
Tol. Black 271
Hours: 10-12 a. m.; 2-4 i. m.
7-9 p. m.
WILLAR.D H. WIR.TZ
L A W Y v. II
H. C. J3LLIS
United Stntes Commissioner
First National Dunk Building
H. H. Do AllMOND
Oregon Street. IJcnd, Oregon
Dlt. J. H. CONNARN
omco In Sather llulldlng.
Houru 9 to 12, 1 to 5.
Sundays and ovcnlngs by
0. S. DENSON
Attorney At Low
Douson Building, Wall Street
VERNON A. FOIIUES
h A W Y B It
First National Dank Dulldlng
Bond, :-: :-: Oregon
C. P. NISWONQER, Bond, Oro.
Licensed Bmbalnicr, Funeral
Phono. Lndy Assistant.
Dlt. It. D. STOWELL
Omco over Millor Lutnher Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to 5
PIiodo Had Gl
QEOUaE S. YOUNG
Civil nnd Irrigation Engineer.
U. 8. Mineral Surveyor.
Room C First National Bank
J. B. Boll A. W. Sims
CItOOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
Successors to Tho J, II. Hnnor
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro.
Representation boforo tho Des
ert Land Board and State
ROBERT CECIL. WYOANT
Attorney at Imw
Wator Rights Building
Dcsort Land Salem,
Engineering Law Oregon
J. E. Engebretson
. Plumbing and Heating
117 MIXXBSOTA STREET
JOBBING PROMPTLY DOXE
COLONEL MILLER INTERESTED
IN COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Clmutnuqim Lecturer n Man Who
Houses Cltlcns to Sense of Re-
sponslblllty for City Airnirs.
With simple diction Col. W. II. .Mil
ler, chnutaun.ua speaker, tendero his
elevating Ideas of character nnd com
munity development to all his listen
ors. Tho crlspness of his thought
depletion has won him a place In tho
hearts of hundreds of chautauqua
boosters who will have an opportuni
ty to hear him In tho west tills sum
mer. A man of Imposing structure,
carrying a mind of sterling make,
this graphic lecturer puts within tho
grasp of every citizen of tho city In
which ho appears tho greatest ideas
of tho age.
The citizens, tho basic elements In
tho community they are tho units In
whom Col. Miller is interested. With
tho whirl of a mighty turbine, tho
mind of tho humorist forces out nl
stream of community pegs. Ills hear
ers nro compelled to nccept them and
stord them away for future- use.
Swamped by tho magnltudo of tho
vision of llfo of tho speaker, audi
ences need months of good, stiff work
In community building berore tho ef
fects of the summor dclugo nro ef
When tho last word leaves tho lips
of Col. Millor his hearers aro yet un
satisfied. They aro transported into
a now realm of llfo by him and nro
unwilling to return to tho former
drudgery which was theirs. As tho
thoughts of tho lecturer become more
clear with deliberation they And that
they havo learned tho wny In which
to keep their community in tho other
world for all times. This Is one of
tho greatest achievements of the
speaker. Hundreds of cltlzons hnvo
awakened to tho fact that they are
responsible for the stato of affairs
existing In this city. They hnvo sot
to work and tho old time conditions
hnvo been swept away. Prosperity
now ropiaces uoiit, and happiness
trips hand In hand with progression.
CI. Millor showed thorn tho "wny nnd
8KJ.NH FOR SAM'!.
"For Rent," "For Sale," "Rooms
to Let", "Housekeeping Rooms," "Xo
Admittance," "Xo Smoking." etc.,
etc.. Placards printed In largo tjpe
on heavy hrittol board, 1ft cent" eneh,
loss in quantities.
COLONEL V. H. MILLER, Editor and
TO THE RESCUE
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
PLASTERER AND CONTRAC
TOR WORK GUARANTEED
H. P. SMITH
1 ST 'gnargn- -
jagspi? MSHH- -- -.- ---Jm
Hal ? HpHSB.' t. t ' i ' M
Wnfft -,'- 9k$-smMP , lbsS sf ai
Many Bond renders hnvo hoard It
nnd prolitcd thereby. "Good news
travels fuMt," and tho bad back suf
ferers In this vicinity aro glad to
loam whero relief may bo found.
Many a lamo, weak and nchlng back
Is bad no mora, thanks to Donu s Kid
ney Pills. Thousands upon thous
ands ot people o fplllnq; the good
news of their experience with this
tosted remedy. Hero :s nn oxamplo
worth rending: Mrs. J. S. Klsor,
1111 Eighth street, Hood River, Oro.
gon, says; "Heavy work while on tho
farm caused mo to stirrer from kid
ney trouble. My back seemed to
glvo out nnd tho pain nnd lameness
extended down Into my hips. My
while body was lamo nnd soro mnrn-
1 Ings and action of my kidneys wasn't
! light. Bonn's Kidney Pills helped
( me right nwny nnd eocn my back mid
i kidneys woro In good slmpo." Prlco
1 fio cents, at nil dealers. Don't slmplv
I nsk for n kidney remedy get Dunn's
i Kidney Pills-- the same that Mrs.
1 Kli-.er lind, Fostcr-Mllburn Co.,
i Props., Buffalo, N Y Adv.
I. O. O. V.
nend Iiodgo Xo. S18.
Regular mooting ovory Mon
day night at 8 o'clock In Salt
er's Hall. Visiting brothois
L. II. GLESS, N. G.
GEO. P. GOVE, Secretary.
COME TO THE ROSE FES-TIVAI-Tlm
bo the Mecca of tho ejustcrn
visitor. .Meet your (rlrnds
lierc. Servlco mid accomo
dations bettor Rales no
RATES TO YOU
no Rooms , 91 no
100 Rooms with bath. .Sl-to
100 Rooms with bam. .if 2.00
"00 Largo outslilo itioms,
Extra person In room,
V? will say your linen, but you mutt
not wait much tlin celt Inn our ractii
band t work
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEAXIXO
This man Is well known In the weRt. Ho Is n community development
worker. Just what this and other communities need. Ho Is llvo and enter
taining and will spenk at the assembly.
WEAR got a pair of WORLD'S
WE also hnvo tho agency for
NAP-A-TAN Shoes for men nnd
R. H. LOVEN
The Shoe Repair Man
Bond Stroot Bend, Ore.
'ut Your Duds
In Our Suds'
THE WHITE IS
Bend Hauling Co.
R. X. PALMEHTOX
Wood for Sale
Olllco with It. P. Mlntcr
Olllco Phono Black (10
Hc&ldcnro Black 4'JXi
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Rooflnfr of all kinds. Repairing
Cornices and Skylights.
Tho BEST nil-round Family
Sewing Machine that can
be produced. Mnde In both
ROTARY and VIBRATOR
styles. The rotary makes
both LOCK and CHAIN
stitch. The latest up to
the minute steel attach
ments with each machine.
Sold on easy payments.
Send name and address for
our beautiful 11. T. cata
White Sewing Machine Co.
519 Merchants National Bank Bldg
San Francisco, California
MASONS JHEET BRISTOL
Largo Delegation Ooe to Prluevlllo
To Attend MoctlnK " .Monday.
A largo party of Masons wont to
Prlnovlllo Monday night to attend a
meeting to bo addressed by Grand
Mastor W. G. Bristol of Portland.
Delegations woro nlso prcsont from
Redmond and other points.
The members ot tho Bend lodgo
who made tho trip woro II J. Over-'
turf, Paul C. Garrison, It. N. Poln
doxtor, G. W. 8hrlnor, K. O. Minor,'
J. 11. corijott, J .N. Hunter, C. M.
McKay, II. E. Allen, G. S. Young,
B. M. Thompson, J. D. Davidson, J,
Inncs, L. A. W. Nixon, E. M, Lara,
John Stoldl, Stove Steidl, A. O. Wal
kor, J. E. Ralnoy, A. J. Kroonort,
E. Rea Nprrls, W. Saunders, II. C. El.
lis, V. C. Albeo, C. M. Redlleld, J.
C. Rhodes and Claudo L. Mannheim-,
For sign painting sea Edwards.
THIS PAPER ncPrtESEHfCD FOR FOKCIU,
ADVERTISING DY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
Is Bend's Leading Hotel
It Is n fireproof bulldliiK
It Is thoroughly modern
It Is comfortable, commodious, clean-
ROOMS PROM no CENTS UP
Tho wnnti of nil nro sathtllcd well at
THE WRIGHT HOTEL
Automobiles (o ail Interior Points
THE WRIGHT HOTEL
I lieodqunrtcrs for Commercial Alen
t i-lcctrlc Llehted Throughout
Special Attention to
THE BEND HOTEL
HUGH O'KANE. MANAOKM
i Oood Rooms BEND. OREGON Good Alenls
Pree bus to
and from trains
All nrrangementn'mnde for persons
desiring to go south and east of here
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f Business Directory
m A Slrecttrr of each Cltjr, Town &nd
Villne. (Ivtnr ducrlpllve Vtch of
I each place, location, population, tele-
rrapb. ahlpplna and banWInr point)
alio Claulfled Directory, compiled br
ciuineaa ana proreiiion.
n. z. rout co brattle
A WORD IS ALL A
LITTLIi WANT AD
WILL COST YOU.
Kerosene v$. Wood and Coal
Heat concentrated on tlie Ilcatincr up the kitchen wlien
cooking, not spread through
it's already 90 in the shade.
Ready, like gas full heat in
Uothersonie waiting for
the fire to hum.
Adjustable heat a slow
fire or a hot one.
Heat only as long as you
A clean, cheap fuel easy
Difficulty in getting the right
Waste of fuel leforc and
after actual cooking.
Wood and coal to lug
For Best Rttutti Ute Ptarl Oil
The convenience of jra: for homes without gas. No odor.
Does not taint the food. Convenient sizes. Ask your
dealer. See Exhibit, Palace of Manufacture, Panama
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
I ill swap ven. juoot.oSKtT
lor THE OK8T MEN FKOrrTOR f
,- 9 jaowe or tmkt wesu tobacco)
yt ffyou'RE A rRiCND or mine! - , 1
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"Right-Cut" is the Real Tobacco Chew that
tobacco chewers arc telling one another about.
Pure, rich, sappy tobacco seasoned and
sweetened just enough.
The taste comes along steady- and it lasts you
longer than the old kind. If you like real tobacco
by all means buy a pouch.
Take a very small chew less than nne.quurtcr the
bid kUc. It will he more aulialyiiijj limn a inoullilul
of ordinary tobacco, Jutt nibble on it until you find
the ttrrnilh chew that suiti you. Tuck it uway.
'Incn let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real
tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies without grinding, how
much less you have to spit, how few chews yuu take to
lie tobacco satisfied, Thai's why it Is 'flu lUul TvUuta
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chews of the old kind.
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