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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1915)
Tltn BIJAD lWIiVRTMi DKNIJ, OltE., WEDNESDAY, SEPXEMDEIt'lOt 101B.
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Every Wednesday)
0IS01l,Qi: PALMUIt PUTNAM
day nlKht at tho Ilend Theatre, To-
10 cents a dance; 3 dances, 25c adv
nlKht. "Serenade" by Franz Drdla
and Sunday night "Lloboufroud," by
Just opened. A now meat market.
Qlvo us a trial. Gilbert & Son. Adv
Fritz KroUler. Adv.
1 ' nODEHT W. SAWYEIt
An Independent nowBpnpor stand
ing for tlio Hiitiaio ttoal, clonri uuul
ness, clean polltlrH and tlio beat In
lerostR of Jlelid and Control Oregon.
Uno year J1.50
Blx montlifl 80
Tbrco montliH CO
WUDNi:8DAY, SEPT. 1C, 10in.
TO MEItCIIAMtf OK WIND.
I)o not give credit to onyono ask
ing for It in my nnnio. Cash nlwaja
nccompnnjH ni order.
Qon'l Merchandlfo, Mllllcan, Oregon
For a good clean shave, a good
hair cut, facial massage or a chine,
visit tho Metropolitan, on Oregon
street, Adv. tf
Pool and billiards at the Metro
politan. Just tho thing for a little
relaxation In tho ovcnlng. Adv. tf
DANCE IIV IIEXI) HAXM.
Don't forget tho dimes to lio given
by tho Ilend band at Tumnlo Satur
day nli(ht. Iho band will furnish
music all ccnlng. Admission free,
Tor sign painting see Edwards
UEND AND THE FAIIt.
i 'N'what do you know about that big
mill going In at Ilend?" This waH n
nucstlon asked recently of tho at
tendant nt tho Information booth In
tho Oregon building at tho Snn Fran
cisco fair, nc.ordlng to tho ytvaa bul
letin Just recclvid Tho question was
ono of nearly 100 listed to ohow tho
variety of itiNulrles made at the
If tho Commercial Club cares to
havo anyone know about "that mill,"
which by tho wny, should bo rovlscd
to read "those mills," It ought to get
busy and make It possible for tho at
tendant to point to a pile of circulars
find say, "You can read all about
llond and tho suu mills In thoso leaf
lets. Tnku ono."
War purchases pro taking tho best
of Central Oregon's horses, and at
attractlvo prices Ah already pointed
out, there Is excellent profit for
flinnn wlifi u 111 nilftn Hhpnn iniciri n
small Kcnlo, 1 1 1 1 limited acres, as
won ns ror tho nigger siioopmnn. Ann
thoso who have handled hoga with
good Judgment lmo round them
profitable. In theso three Industries
then raising of horses, sheep and
ho'gs, Central Oregon certainly has
most excellaut opportunity to pros
per, and every encoiirngoment should
bo given thu man who devotes him
self to such four footed crops. Our
best line of farm development lies in
this direction, with dairying added.
Tho Interest rate on our Qormnu
notes Is high compounded In tho
losses of tho I.usitanla, (lullllght,
dishing, Hesperian, Arabic and tho
others. When will thoy fall due7
PLANNING A MODEh
Is not what many plumbers do,
they usually do what work there
Is to bo done, without any thought
of tho best arrnngoment. In this
wo aro an exception. It desired
wo will plan tho bath-room
throughout, and submit snmo for
your npproval before beginning
work. Wo do plumbing work of
nil kinds, nnd Bhould bo glad to
havo you call on us whon you need
nny such work dono.
J. A. ENOEHUETSON.
PliUMHING AND HEATING
J 17 Minnesota St. Ilend, Or.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
District Forester Ccorgo II. Cecil
ofPortland was a visitor In llond on
Wednesday nnd wub taken over pnrts
of tho Deschutes Forest by Super
ior M. h. Merrltt.
F. T. Parker loft last night for
Portlnnd nnd Astoria where ho will
spend his wicutlon. Mrs. Pnrkor
wont to Portland with him mid will
return later this week,
(ieorgo S. Young wont to Buttles
l.nKo Huturdaj, returning Monday.
Ho brought back w'lth him u Dolly
Varden might In llliio lake, weigh
ing four and a half poundH.
Mrt nnd Mrs George It Stapleton,
who havo boon visiting with Mr. nnd
MrH. J. A. Eastos for tlio past two
"weeks, XvllI leave tomorrow morning
for their homo In San Francisco.
Ituv. E C Nowliuin, pastor of tho
Prlnevillo Mothodlst church nnd for
mer!) of Ilend, and Mrs Nowhnm,
were vIhIIoih In Ilend Sunday. Itev.
Now hum occupied tho pulpit of tho
local Methodist church Sunday even
ing. Mrs II O Ellis loft on Thursday
n enlng on n lslt In tho east during
which Hho will attend her parents
golden wedding anniversary In Hook
er, Oklahoma, on October 0. She
will also Ult friends and relatives
In Denver and Chicago boforo her re
turn. Mr. and MrH. J. A. Enstes enter
tained at dinner Inst Prldnj evening
cumplliueutar) to Mr S. J. DiiIh of
Portland and Mr. and MrH. George
It. Stapleton of San FriiuoUro. Those
Invited were Mr. nnd Mis Itobeit
Gould and Mr and MrH. II. II. Do
John Cunulnghnm lmH rented tho
Tniiso) frauio house In Kenwood nnd
with Mrs. CunuliiKhnm hnu moved up
from Tuinalo In order to bo nearer
his woik Hh him iionrl) Mulshed tho
Prliiglo houmt on Greenwood avenue
and ih Just liAgliinltig on tho Earn
house In PlnelMi.
GiMiruo McKlrov, ono of Portland's
talented vIoIIiiIhIh, h vIsIHiik with
ChiMiter C'ltlou this week, nnd has
been ldnMiiK at the llond Theatre
Mr MrKlro)N father Is director of
tho well known McElroy'H Park
Jlnml In Portland.
Teat holism) havo been put up on
tho bank of ,'ie river above the Hov .
Stout odg li r Net rtu U lliudv tbo
sou or George I. Hardy, manager of
I... p.. i H. in. I Plinmliiir nf r'litiimuri'O
Mm Hardy W oxpeoled to nrrlvo soon ,
to vihii nor son woo m uero mr im
Conatruetlon was bogun this week
at tho Drtvls haku ranger station In
tho forest reserve on tho govorn
iaent'8 111 mllo telophono lino to tho
Wlcklui) ranger stutlon. Whon this
lino Is completed tho local fortwt i
ntllco will bo In touch with every
station on the reserve and can com
municate with thorn ovor ItB own
Thoso liking a wholesome drama
reploto with human Interest concern
Ing tho lives of two joung Now Eng
land j'ouths. will have thin dooiro
satlstled In witnessing "Tho WlshUig
nine" t the llond Theatre tonight
and Thumdny night. Adv. ,
Mr. O W. Shrlner. who lino hoenf
Horlously 111 for tl ' woo. Wt
Sunday for San Francisco, bolug nc,
rompanUnl n far an Portland by her
husband' Mru Shrlner was danger
ously 111 Ut V;4f J'. nMd " ?
expected for a Hmd thrit alio would
tint rocovor Sho recovered sufficient
y, however, to make -tho trip ta,
California whero alio will romaln in
til tier heHh la roaUuod. . t
CloorKe McKlroy of Portland will
jivo ok yXoi9l9,WJU,iLSflA.8.un.
Our new stock ofliigh school and grade
school books have arrived and your or
der may now he filled.
We also have the pleasure of saying
that our line of school supplies has no
equal in Bend, and that your wants
may be satisfied with the stock we have.
WRIGHT HOTEL SAMPLE ROOM
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 21, 22,23
COMPLETE AND FRESH LINE OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries
H. E. BAKER
Wall Street. Near Ohio
New Fall Millinery r
JITE Witt display a line of New Fall Millinery in
YV Bend on the above mentioned dates that cannot
be surpassed in style, quality and individuality
at anything like our prices, which will appeal Co all.
Each hat is a snappy, up-to-date number, with its own
individuality, and for our customers' protection We only
sell one of each style.
Mhi Butler, our sales lady, will consider It a favor to have you
call and give her an opportunity to shot) the line.
fynch fe Roberts
THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES AND LOWER PRICES
Anderson Brothers Saw Mill
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
5 Allies Northvveat of Uond. ' Plinne Anderson llron. Ranch.
ar m WW- m7 m
WMMM PENDLETON. QRHGON
SEPT. 23-24-25. 1915
i Jill WMBe I p Hit I
Going to Paint?
"Wild ni Wonderful
POKY CXPKSS RACt9
Get Ftrw ilbj Particular
Furious and Exciting
tWw CMittUnte far Ottcy
0M Caanlaiu, au aM
U. hoU ywi xmKmukI
If it's the house, barn, fence, kitchen floor, walls
or anything else, we will gladly tell you what kind to
use, quantity required, the cost, and how it should be
applied. We have
Paints, Enamels, Stains and Varnishes for refimshirjg
any shabby surface indoors or outdoors.
Glad to show colors and offer advice whether you
decide to paint or not.
The Bend Hardware Company
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