The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, September 22, 1915, Page PAGE 4, Image 4

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TIIK 1JKNI), nULLKTIN, IIKXD, OHK., WEIWKSDAV, SEPTKMnKIt 22, 1015.
OREGON TO BE
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LOCAL' ANIMALS ARE
WANTED
Hovcrnl Tlioiitniiil llend Avnlliilile
Jlalf Million IoIliirt Mil)' (' to
Stockmen- Sheepmen IrfMk for
UniiNiiiitly l'rnicriUH YtNir.'
Tlint Contrnl Oregon will lio ono
of tho lilegcBt sources of supply for
horsoa going to tho armies of bel
ligerent Kurope, If the struggle con
tinues through another year, Is tho
opinion of A, J, Hvnns, n prominent
horso huyer of St. Joseph, Missouri,
who tins been In this part of tho
state for sovernl months buying hors
es for tho Kronen government.
This fact, says Mr, Kvnns, Is not
duo to any scarcity of horses in the
United .States, because only three per
coat of tho horses nvallablo for mil
Itnry purposes have been bought up,
but In iluo to the high grndo of stock j
that has been purchased so far and
sent to Knropc.
Mr. ICvans and several hcrso men I
loft Mondny nlghtf or 81 .IdmcpIi with
100 head of horse, The e, he be-J
Iloves, nro probablv ns hlph grade I
animals as have gone to the front
nlnco buying began In the northwest.
Ho Is partlculaily Interested In tho
Central Oregon animals owing to
their soundness and freedom from
many of the blenitshoH found In ani
mals which buiorH hove been com
pelled to accept In some partB of tho
country.
Supply In Adequate.
Any fears that thn supply of
horses In this part of Oregon would
lie exhausted or oven threatened with
cxhnustlon woro dispelled by .Mr.
Kvans whon he stated that tbero
woro more available animals In this
part of tho statn than any other
wJioro he has travelled. Tho fact of
thn matter, ha says, Is that many of
th n stockmen of tho Silver Lnkn,
I'alsloy and Lakovlow districts havu
no Idea how many horses they have.
Up to this time more than 2,200 bend
of homos have loft Central Oregon
through 'Horn! for war uses. Thoro
will he, ho believes, equally that
many more available next year. Ac
cording to Mr. Kvans' statement more
thnn n half million dollars In cash
will bo loft with Central Oregon
stockmen before tho close of tho
Kuropeun war, and even whon horseH
are brought to this amount thoro will
be no dearth In the state. There are
more horsou available now than thoro
wero oarllor In tho year. Many of
tho rnnchors who have completed
their harvest work nro offering for
snln the stork they have been UBlng.
Indications are that bidding for
Oregon horse flesh will bo more ac
tive In the coming six months than It
has at any tlino this yenr.
Sheep men also nro having n touch
of prosperity with conditions point
ing to -.it most prosperous senium.
There Is now a demand on tho coast
markets for more than 12,000 head
of 'Central Oregon mutton. Promi
nent sheephuyors representing roast
firms left llend Tuesday morning for
tho country south of llend to buy up
soveral thousand head for Immediate
delivery. It Is estimated that moro
thnn 20,000 hend of sheep have al
ready been sold out of Central Ore
gon. Within tho next two lunutlis,
according to stockmen nriiinlnted
with tho situation, morn than no, 000
bond of sheep will pnsa through
Horn!.
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He's a Well
Dressed Man
MICAl'SK he has purchased the apparel of furnishers
who know tho business of selecting tho most appropriate
models, which will bear recognition In any society. This
yenr wo have token particular pains to keep abreast with
tho latest fall and winter styles In men's haberdashery,
and the goods wo nro now receiving will hear your early
ccnslderntlon.
THIS WLL'K wo are plnclng In our windows for first
showing full and winter suits selected with great care.
Out hat shipment contnlns tho latest shapes and colors.
Wo know wo can fit your particular fancy.
Let Us Help You be One of
These Well Dressed Men
A. L. French
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
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AUXILIARY PLANT BURNS
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V. Ii Ai l Co. Iorch by Flro
Creamery Inconvenienced.
The auxiliary pumping plnnt of tho
Ilond Water Light & Power Co. was
dostroyed by flro lato Krlday after
noon, cnuslng n loss of about $1200
and temporarily Inconveniencing tho
creamery which was using tho plnnt
for tho production of steam r.nd hot
wnter. Tho plnnt wns Insured.
Tho flro wns discovered by ono of
tho employees at tho creamery, ap
parently having startod from a spnrk
from under the holler. Ily tho aid
of tho hose from tho electric pump
ing plnnt It was cnullned to tho
building In which It started.
The chief use of tho plnnt wns In
tho winter when anchor Ico clogged
tho wntor wheels In tho electrical
plnnt, and at times when extra pres
sure was heeded In tho water innliiB.
According to Manager T. II. Foley It
will bo rebuilt For creamery uses n
small holler litis been sot up near tho
Ico plant temporarily.
CLASS MI.KCTS OWlCKItS.
The senior class of tho high school
haB elected officers ns follows; presi
dent, Margarot Shrador, vlco presi
dent, Buslo Kolley, trensuror, Mario
Fox, secrutnry, Myrtle Pugsley. ' ,
Just opened.
Olvo us a trial.
A now meat market.
Gilbert & Bon. Adv
For a good clean shavo, a good
hair cut, facial mnssago or n chlno,
visit tho Metropolitan, on Oregon
street. Adv. tf
Pianos DAY'S pianos
MUSIC STORE
Carries a big line of the highest grade pianos made
at prices that will foil the best laid plans of competition.
We are absolutely experts in this line, having had years of solid experience.
We also carry a full line of popular instrumental and vocal music, and all kinds
of musical instruments, including violins, Victrolas, band instruments, etc.
We personally invite your inspection if you contemplate buying anything
in our line because we are in a position, not only to save you the freight but to
give you quality of unsurpassed value. We are ready to substantiate every state
ment made by us. Come in and hear free demonstrations of not only the pianos
themselves but also the latest music.
J. W. DAY MUSIC COMPANY
PiaftOS JOHNSON BU.LD.NQ pg
Wall Street - -
small i'iiu:s iti:i'oiiTi:i.
Two small fires In tho National
Kprest south of Ilond woro reported
to the local forest office Saturday.
Supervisor Merrltt and a small crow
wont to them nnd tho Arcs woro put
out without dllllculty. Tho causes of
the fires nro not known.
Pool and billiards nt tho Metro
politan. Just tho thing for n little
relaxation In tho evening. Adv. ,tf.
For sign, painting boo Edwards.-Adv.
jMaAro your children backward In
05Ksi'hool7 If so. It may bo duo
to oyo trouble of somo kind.
An education obtained nt tho expense
of eye sight Is of slight value. It Is
better to obtnln both by seeing that
tho children's eyes are tight. Chil
dren cannot toll whothor tholr oyea
nro right or wrong. Ilrlng them to
Drs. l.owo & Turner, tho well known
eye specialists, nnd lot them glvo
their eyes a most thorough, search
ing and selenllllo examination, nnd
thoy will tell you whether they nro
right or wrong. Is not such Informa
tion utmost beyond price If thev
do not need glasses, l)rs l.owo &
Turner will positively not recommend
them. Ono chnrge covers entire cost
of examination, frames and lenses.
Cnnsult them Friday nnd Saturday,
October 1st and 2nd at Thorson'H
Jewelry store. Adv
Why You Can Save Many Dollars by
Buying Your Groceries From Usi
Our business Is Increasing ovory
day which enables us to buy In Inr
, ger quantities nnd by buying In such
. quantities wo nro nhlo to save our
customors from 6 ,to 10 on tholr
purchases. When In need of gro
ceries Just lot us have your list and
wo will show you n big saving on
ovory purchase.
W. C. McCUISTON
WIND'S HKST (JUOCKItV,
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IJXTKIITALNHHS TOMOKltOW.
Tho DoMosb family of lyric bards
will nppenr In IJcnd tomorrow night
nt 8 o'clock In tho Presbyterian
church under tho auspices of the
Presbyterian Ladles Guild. Tho pro
gram wilt includo classics, original
nnd folk songs. Tho admission char
ges will bo 25 and CO cents for adults
and 1G cents for children under 12
yearn.
IIKXIWIT FOK 1IOV SCOUTS.
The local troop of Hoy ScoutB will
hold forth next Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday ovcnlngs nt tho llend
Theatro nt a bonoflt production to bo
hold for them by tho theatro man
agement. A special rcol entitled
"Tho Adventures of a Uoy Scout" hns
boon engaged for theso ovonlngB. Tho
local troop Is now soiling tlckots for
tho benefit under tho direction of
Scout Master Hnrtrnnft nnd Dob In
ncs, assistant scout master.
Special features havo been arrang
ed for noxt Saturday's mattneo, with
r. trained nnlnial act for tho children.
Admission C conts. Bend Theatre.
Adv.
EVERY BAKING JUST THE SAME
ALWAYS UNIFORM
Wo have tho secrot of bread making nnd you can
sharo It In every lonf that leaves our ovon. Only tho
best goes to you wrapped In SAXITAKY pnraflno waxed
wrappers. It nssurcs you clennllncsB nnd preserves tho
freshness of our bread.
Sanitary Bakery and Grocery
Underwear
Union Suits for Boys
and Girls
Good Fall Weight
Fleeced Lined
Per Suit
25 cents
You buy for less at
Warner's
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CIIAIIM ASH CLKANLINKSS
are both personified in the com
plete bath rooia flttlngs which we
cult Miow you. Thoy not alone
mnke for greater cleanliness and
health hut for retlnoment ns well.
Though they look luxurious, and
nro so the coBt Is not ns great ns
you may Imagine. Lot us tell you
for how little we can remodel your
bnth room,
j. a. KNOKimirrsox.
IM.l'MltlXU AXI) HKATIXO
117 MluiiCMotu St. lleuil, Or.
lltHUWIt IS IIK1IH.
TIiono who look to Ireland ns the
homo of thn shamrock will llnd It
In tho DMuhuteM river at tho foot of
Ohio street. Mont O'Donnell has
Just hullt a boat house there for his
Hvlnrudii liuineli "Shamrock,' and
thuiu oii nro.
OOMKK TO 11KX1,
.(The Oregonlnn. Sept Id )
Mjr. tioorgo K. Hardy and young
daughter loft tho city eatordn for
llend, Oregon, where thoy will pass
thn winter with Mrs. llardy'H son,
Xornutnil, who Is In that section for
thallium of his health Mrs. Har
dy fs the wife of tho mannger of tho
rortinna Chamber of Commerco.
viii:x auk vor lost?
Tho old ifuuttton of whothor n man
Is lost when ho cannot find his way
homo, or whether, since ho knows nil
tho time where ho Is, It Is not really
tils homo which U lost. Is up nguln,
this tlmo because of n experience
which Frtil Frlshlo had last week
Airounta of tho ivttalr differ, somo
having It that Mr. Frlsblo was out tu
thn woods forMJiroe days with nntb
Ing to drink hut the blood of u deer
ho shot, nnd othvru, that ho waa pono
only ono day. Ho admits that he was
miming, mm J no, car no wont out Jul
got 'lost so heconld pot, find It.lnnlH
ii laiappareni mat ue is oiick. ivr
liUPlJho wns lost ud perhaps It was
Just Opened
COMPLETE AND FRESH LINE OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries
House Hardware
H. E. BAKER
Wall Street. Nar Ohio
If it's a surface to
be painted, enameled,
stained, varnished or fin
ished in any way, there's
an Acme Quality Kind
to fit the purpose.
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Anderson Brothers SawMiU
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
AND MOULDINGS
DRY STOCK
'" KEASONABLE 1RIQES.
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Fall Painting
Means
Winter Comfort
Fall is the time to touch
up shabby surfaces in the
home, because winter is the
time your home is used most.
A little money spent now For
paints and finishes will make
the home brighter, cleaner
more attractive, more whole
some, all winter long.
ACME QVMITY'
PAINTS AND FINISHES
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5 Allies North went of llend
Phono Anderson Bros. Ranch.
refinish shabby surfaces at trifling
cost. Expert advice at our store,
by phone or mail. Let us tell
you Five Strong Reasons. for Fall
House Painting. '. ,."
The Bend Hardware Company:
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