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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1915)
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TIIK HUiND HUiiTiKTIX, ilKND, ORE., "WUDNESnAV, AUGt'ST 't, '1015.
SAY DO YOU KNOW
Gilbert & Son
HJVE ADOIil) A NHW STOCK 01'
TO THEIR LINE OF MEATS?
Uedrock Prices anil Courteous Treatment Is Our Watchword.
Give Us a Trial.
H. S. Wootoy. of San Frnnclsco, I Mrs. O. C Honklo and eon, Virgil,
who has boen prospecting In this cec-i loft Tuesday morning for Walla Wnl
tlon for mlnorals, was In Ro'id Sun- la, whore Mrs. llonkle was called on
day. account of tho serious Illness of her
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
II, II. Do Arinond has bought a
W. P. Vandovort hns been In town
E, L. Clark of I.a Pine, was In town
on Saturday. , ,
J. C. 8llvor -was up from Ills Tum
alo ranch on Friday. ,
P. C. Garrison hns left today for
n trip up tho Oclioco.
J. M. Lawrence arrived yostorday
morning for n short stay.
W.' II. Daggett, an attorney of Red
mond, spent r nuny in iicnu. i
Donnls Cnrmody went to Scattlo
for a short vacation Monday night.
u. j. stnunor, or ataunor, was a
V business visitor In ltend Saturday.
J. II. Wonandy went to Crescent
with n crow on Sunday to put up his
Mrs. C. J. Mock and Miss Margaret
Mock woro up from Tumalo on Mon
day. Miss Allco D. Spauldlng returned
to Pond Friday (night from Orants
Tho band concert this week will bo
, held In tho band stand on Bond
' Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McKay return
ed yestorday from a 10 day's camp
L. It. Jones canio In last week from
Chlco, CoUfornla, to obsorvo local
J, Malcolm of MIddlcchurch, Win
nepeg, Canada, was a visitor in Hond
C, S. Hudson nnd .R. E. Strahorn
returned Inst night from a trip to
George F. Hoover went out to his
Fort Hock homestead Saturdny, re
L. A. Hunting of Hampton; Idaho,
Is here on a visit to his brother In
Mrs. Elmer Morrill nnd daughtor
left Saturday for Eugcno whero they
win visit relatives.
Carl Anderson, formerly of Hond.
now residing In Salem, Is a visitor
In town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S, Hudson went
to Portlnnd Thursday jilglit, return
ing Sunday morning.
State Forester F. A. Elliott waB
hero on Monday Intorvlowlng local
lire protection omcials.
Loman nnd Mllford Todd, who
liavo been vlBltlng their grandparents
at Tualatin hnvo returned.
H. A. Miller was out yoBterdny af
ter being confined to tho houxo with
tonsllltls for several days.
II. W. Skuso. D. M. Davis, Clark
Rhodes and Jack Stanloy went out
on a sago hen hunt Sundny.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Enstcs, C. E.
Short and Miss Mary Coleman spent
Sunday flBhlng at Fall River.
R. J. McCann arrived Sunday from
Minneapolis to visit his sister, Mrs.
Ralph Spencer nnd Mr. Spencer.
Marc Hubbort, of Portland, district
manager for tho National Surety Co.'
was In Demi Tuosdnv on huslnrpH. I
Repairs bavo been mado to tho
water tower of tho Hond Water Light
fi Power Co. near Ohio streot recently.
H. II. ,De Armond wont to Tho
Dalles and Hood River on business
Friday night, returning on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cox left Sun
day morning for Miles Conter, Mon
tana, whero they will mako their fu
ture home. ,
On account of tho hot weather ser
vices at the Catholic church will bo
hold until further notice nt S:30 a.
m. Instoad or 10:30.
R. N, Iluchwaltor, publls'her of tho
Chowaucan Press, of Palsloy, passed
through Pond Friday on his return
from n trip to Portland,
Chnrllo Whitfield has gono on a
camping trip. During his nhsouco Ed
die Urostorhous Is delivering mes
sages for tho Western Union.
Mrs. Pearl Lynes is expected in
from Crescent tomorrow to join her
husband, who has chnrgo of tho fish
ponds on tho Tumalo west of town.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McCulston re
turned to Rend Tuesdny morning
from Portlnnd, Mrs. McCulston hnB
been visiting relatives in Mcdford.
W. J. Sproat canio In on Sunday
for supplies for his land classification
crow which Is working on the edgo
of tho forest In tho Mllllcnn country.
Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. McRae. who
Uso Deschutes Spray Flour. Whit
er and better than over. For salo by
Tho Now Uend Flour' Mill Co. Adv.
Just opened. A now meat mnrkot.
Glvo us a trial. Gllbort & Son. Adv
Luncheon will be
served in honor of the
Olvo us n trial.
A new meat market.
Gilbert & Son. Adv
G; C Horstman
Plans nnd Specifications
furnished free. Estimates
SteidI & Tweet
Following is the proposed schedule of
our rates to the consurjiers in Bend:
First 20 k. w. h. in any one month at 9c
Next 20 k. w. h. in any one month at 7c
Next 160 k. w. h. in any one month at 5c
All over 200 k. w. h. in any one month at 4Jc
Discount for prompt payment 1c per k. w. h. on first
40 k. w. h. if paid within 1 0 days, and l-2c per k. w.
h. on balance if paid wjthin 10 days.
We are able to make and maintain trie above
rate schedule because our investment is small as
compared with that of the B. W. L. & P. Co.,
being about one third, therefore we will 'not be
compelled to charge as high a rate.
VOTE YES on the franchise and get the
benefit of these low rates.
have been visiting tho R. .1. Toddi
and Miss Lcla McRae, loft this morn
ing on their return to thoir homo nt
.1 hin or Mecks, who attended school
In Uend n few years ago, Is visiting
Cnlvln Smith and will accompany thu
Roy Scouts on' their camping trip
The W C. T. U. will meot In the
rending room of tho Dnptlst church
Frlda aitM-noon nt 2-30. Every
body interested in the work Is Invlt
cd, to attend.
T. C. Shnnkllng, of Portlnnd, gen
eral insurnnco ndjustor, spent Mon
day in Hond adjusting the loss on t'tio
Passed residence . destroyed by lire
last Thursday night.
DV. R D. Kotchum nnd family nr
rlvcd late Monday night from Hums
and nro visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Whltsott. Dr. Ketchum will
locate permanently In Uend.
Mrs. S, C. Caldwell gave a fare
well party to Mrs. A. S. Ulr.ck on
Monday afternoon. Mrs. Illnclt will
lenvo soon for Eugeno to meet n sis
tor who Is coming from tho east.
II. M. Parks, director of tho Ore
gon Durcnu of Mines and Geology,
spent Saturdny In Rend. At present
Mr. Parks Is loading n party on a
gonornl rccounalsanco of tho Cascade
Nearly 150 attended tho Sunday
school picnic which was held on
Thursday on tho Deschutes near
Tumalo, Although tho wenther was
somewhat unpleasant nil -had an en
Mrs. J. T. Ratllffe, of Hobart,
Oklnhomn, Is visiting with lfor stotcr
Mro. L. 0. McRoynolds, nnd will de
part for Portland Thursday morning,
later to attend tho expositions nt San
Francisco and San Diego.
Claudo Vandovort arrived on Mon
day to visit his pnrcnts nt Tho Old
Homestead up river. Mr. Vandovort
Is employed by tho Northwcstorn
Electric Co. In Portlnnd nnd this Is
his first visit hnro for some time.
M. Greonwald dopartcd Wednesday
morning for Auburn, Indlnnn, to visit
rolatlyes. Ho will tnko tho trip via
California attending tho exposition
at San Francisco. Mr, Orconwald
oxpoclB to bo gone thrco weeks.
E. T3. Rrodle, publisher of tho Oro
gon City Entcrprlso nnd president of
tho Oregon Stnto Editorial Acsocla-.
Hon, Is expected to arrlvo In town
today with Mrs. Rrodlo and a party
of friends. They nro making n tour
by Crater Lake.
Grain specimens from various
parts of tho county aro being brought
to Hond, nnd nro on display In tho
First Nntlonnl Rank. Tho sninplcs
now on display of this yoars crop
Include Red Russian wheat, timothy,
oats, barley, nlfalfa nnd rod clover.
Just received u new shipment-
Plum with Sailor Collar and with
Jaeings i'ronL and side at
CRETONNE TRIMMED MID
DIES and SMOCKS at
KHAKI MIDDIES, extra quality
KHAKI SUITS, Norfolk Blouse
and Riding Skirl, selling now at.
NEW CHIFFON VEILS, size
2x(), at (!0e
NEW ORGANDY WAISTS nt
each SI 'ii. Sl.flQ
All the above nre marked at special price.
First Showing Fall Dress Goods-
Suitings, Coatings New Colors,
New Weaves, priced at
30c to $ 1 .75 per yard
Stop and Shop at
Uetter Vnluc8---Uetter Mcrchnndlsc---l!ctter Service
Donald Rogers, son of A. R, Rog
ers, who has been visiting friends In
Rend, was tnken seriously 111 Satur
day and loft Sunday morning for
Minneapolis. Mr, Rogors was ac
companied by Mrs. P, C, Garrison
ns far as Portland whero ho will bo
mot by his fnther who will accom
pany him to Mlnenpollu.
For sign pnlntlng soo Edwards.
iu:i:u season openh on irvni.
Tho Statu FIbIi and (Inmo Commis
sion Is calling attention to tho fact
that tho 'dear hunting Hensou doen '
not open until August 1 D, Instead ot
on August 1, ns hns been customary
for mnny yours. Tho season closes,
on October 31.
For sign palming sco Kdwards,-Adv.
Anyone can make rates
for political effect but
the rates to he charged
depend onthe action
the Public Utilities Com
mission. Read the law:
SEC. CI. CHAPTER 279, SESSION LAWS OF 1911-DEFINING
DUTIES OF COMMISSION.
"WHENEVER, UPON AN INVESTIGATION MADE UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT, THE COMMISSION SIIALLFINII ANY HX
IBTJNG RATE OR RATES. OR ANY SCHEDULE OF RATES, TOLLS.
CHARGES. JOINT RATE OR JOINT RATES TO HE UNJUST, UNRMA8
ONAHLrJ. IXSUI'I'iriKXT OR UNJUSTLY DISCRIMINATORY OR TO
HE PREFERENTIAL OR OTHERWISE IN VIOLATION OF ANY OP
THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT, THE COMMISSION SHALL DETER.
MINE AND UY ORDER FIX REASONAIILE RATE OR RATES, 8CIIKI).
ULE OF RATES, TOLLS, CHARGES OR JOINT RATES TO JIE IMl'Og.
BD. ORSKRVED AND FOLLOWED IN THE FUTURE IN LINU 01
THOSE FOUND TO HE VNJUBT, UNREAHONARLU, IXMI'FFH.'IHXT QH
UNJUST-LY DISCRIMINATORY OR PREFERENTIAL OR OTllltftVVliU
INVIOLATION OF ANY OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT."
AS PROOF THAT OUR OPPONENTS. PROPOSED. ELWOTRIO
RATES ARE FOR POLITICAL EFFECT PLEASE NOTE THAT IK
WIHSTORIA, RIVERSIDE AND LYTLE FOR THE HABT TWO YHAilR
THEY HAVE HEEN CHARGING J2.00 FOR THE SAME WA'KIl SHR.
VICE WE CHARGE $1.00 I OR.
The BEND WATER LIGHT
& POWER CO.