The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, September 22, 1915, Page PAGE 6, Image 6

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TIIK IIKND, nUTiLETIX, IJEND, OUR., WEDNESDAY, SEtTEMnElHig, 1015.
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stihg team
FIFTEEN CANDIDATES
TURN OUT
Coiiclirs WIillo mid Krwklno Ifniu
IVohiIhIiik .Material ill fiqtintl With
Which In lljitlto for Central Ore
, gon Football Ctiiini)loiiililii.
Fow high schools In tlio northwest
with tlio oxcciitlun of tlioso In the
lamer cities, can honBt of n football
coaching Htnff, but miqh Ih tlio plnca '"" fronl Injuries than ono without
1..1.1 i... ii... i i i.ii. .i.i ...i.i. safeguards necessary In scrimmage.
coaches will lmvo this year's captain,
Everett Brandenburg, at full hack;
John StcMl at right half hack; Al
fred Ilumiell at left tacklo; Clarence I
Hoyd at right tacklo; Loyd Gorton, a
suh Inst year, at right guard; Har
old Young, at right end nnd Kobcrt
Horner nt loft tucklo. These were
tho positions filled Monday night In
signal practico. In tho now material
thoro Is promising material In Whlt
lock at center; Hay Jackson at quar
terback; Floyd Qrulio, Harold and
Merle Miller. Etnll Hcnklo and Sher
man Smith for lino positions. H.trl
finndors, who Is n big husky, Is slated
to enroll In chool later this month
and will bo out for guard.
Iloth coaches nro corresponding
with tho rrlnovlllo, Kodmontl, Cul
ver, Madras and Hums high schools
In nn attempt to arrange an early
schodtilo. Tho Crook County Fair
Association has signified its Intention
to havo one of tho high school games
hotween Hontl and l'rlncvlllu played
on ono day of tho Crook County Fair.
Negotiations htuu been matte
through tho local school board for
Uio purchaso of a complete lino of
equipment for tho team, hollovlng
that n well outfitted aggregation Ih
IHRT SIIIF FAIR
PLANSJATURE
TUMALO PEOPLE
BUSY
ARE
Imitations to Attend Rent to Mem
bers of Desert IjHihI Jtonrd ltce
tirtl Hi caking Croud Kpccfel
JjkIIc.m to Solve Dinner on Day
hold by thu Bond high school with
a gridiron tutoring forco of two ex
perienced football men.
Professor (I, It. Whlto, who has
charge of the high school 'athletics
this year, Is a football man of wldo
experience, having played on tho var
sity oluvon of Cumberland University
at iT.ebnnon, Tennesson, for four
years, nnd winning his letter In thnt
major sport enrh year. lie also
coached the Cumberland olewn din
ing bin lust three years In college,
llo was nlso a member of tho Mult
nomah Club eleven of Portland In
190;:, His high school coaching ex
perience extends ovor six years dur
ing which time he has roachod tlio
high school tenuis of Pendleton, Nys
kii (inil St. John, nnd with nil of them
ho has had success.
CIiiih, V. Ersktne, who Is assisting
Prof. White, Is well known In Oregon j
football circles, having been n letter
innn both at tho University of Oregon
nnd nt Willamette Unlvorslty under
Dr. Hwcetland. Ersklno conched tho
Ucntl team last year to tho cham
pionship of Crook county, Iloth
coaches will put their Juveniles
through a stiff courso of sprouts for
tho ensuing two weoks In an effort to
whip Into shnpu u team equally as
good ns thnt of last year.
Fifteen CiiinlldtitcN llcport.
Fifteen cniidldntcs, of whom sovon
nro ohl men, reported to conches
Whlto and Ersklne at tho II rut call
for football material two weeks ago,
and Indications are most ontlmlst le.
they say, for n duplication of the feat
of winning the Crook county gridiron
chnmplonshlp (his year. Tho Ilend
high school tram will bo equally as
good ns last year according to Coach
Whlto, who Ih drilling his embryo
stnrs nightly on tho Held near tho
Hold school, I
For experienced material tho
For sign painting sco Edwards.'
Adv.
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IJKNI
THE BEST IH THE WEST
I1UY YOUR
WOOD
FilOM
FKANK A. STEVENS
and get a Free 1 icket to
TIIEDKEAM THEATRE
Dr. Riley
Veterinary
Is located nt
Tlio IMO.NEEIl HAIt.V, llcutl
and will enro for your horscH
or cattle nt your call or
phono 1!1!1.
Also sells host rhounmtlc
remedy on market.
(Special to Tho Ilulletln.)
TUMAI.O, Sept. 20. InvlUittons
havo been extended to Governor
Wlthycombo nnd other lnomhers of
tho Stnto Desert Land Hoard to at
tend tho fifth annual' West Sldo Fair
to ho held nt Tumnlo on October 1st.
It Is understood that somo of tho
membors of tho hoard will ho pres
out nnd that Ex-Governor West will
ho another prominent visitor. A roc.
ord breaking crowd is expected ns
largo delegations rrom llciul, Sisters,
Prlnovlllo and Redmond nro assured.
Thursday, September. 30th, will bo
entry tiny. All exhibits must be In
plnco by C p. m, with tho exception
of entries In Domestic Sclonco ami
cut flower departments. Tlfcso will
ho recolvod until 10 a. m. on Frldny.
1'lniiH for tho amusoments of tho
day aro nhout complotod. Tho pro
gram will include n school children,
nutomohllo nnd Btiddlo horso parade,
called for 10 n. in.' After dlnnor
thoro will bo speeches In Agricultural
Hall. Theso will bo followed by
horso nnd font rnccs and othor street
sports for which prizes will ho of
fered. Arrnngomonts havo been
mndo with tho Bond Concert Hand
to furnish music during tho day. Tho
hand will glvo n danco In tho even
ing In tho Rutherford building. Danc
ing will commence early In tho even
ing, about G o'clock.
Fair day nt Tumnlo would be In
comploto without a dlnnor served by
tlio west Sldo ladles. Tho Kuthar
font building Is being put Into shnpo
nnd horo tho club will sorvo viands
lit for nn epicure. Heflpos for somo
of thoso gootl things to oat will ho
found In tho W. S. I.. Club cook hook
to ho placed on snlo thnt day. As
many people wish to purchaso a num
ber of theso hooks to glvo to friends
IS IT BID OR FLOCK?
Iloportcr Trying to Accomodate Him
self to New Conditions lias Trouble
Ono of tho dlfllcultles encountered
by tho newspaper In n town which Is
having such a rapid Increase In pop
ulation ns Is Hand at tho present
time Is in describing events in a man
ner which will bo understood by nil,
whatever section of tho country they
come from. For example, what old
residents might call a good shower
would only be n gentle mist to nn
Astortan and a terrific down pour to
a mnn from Arizona. Words havo
different meanings to different per
sons nnd to glvo tho news the re
porter must wrlto so that all may
understand. And when folks nro com
ing so fast from so many different
places It Is hard.
At this time it Is desired to relate
that tho first Bhoep to return from
the summer rnngo passed through
town Monday afternoon. Last year
tho reportor would have written thnt
five bands of sheep camo In, but this
year ho must ho cnroful. Somo folks
nevor henrd of n "band" of sheep.
All the sheep they over know were
In "flocks." nut yet What's tho
use? Folks must lenr( somehow that
thoy nro In n new country nnd nccom
odnto themselves to now conditions.
And when It comes' to aheep thoy
must remember that they nro In Bend
nnd no longer on tho golf links. So
"band" goes and it Bhnll bo writton.
Mrs. McCuno was n caller nt tho
Hampton store Monday.
It. Hnvcman Is seeding for II .
Hoguo.
Quito a nlco rain fell In this sec
tion of tho country Monday.
Did the Old Man flood.
Geo. W. Clough, of Prentiss, Miss.,
Is soventy-soven years old nnd had
trouble with his kidneys for many
years. Ho writes that Foley Ki,u7
Pills did him much good. Ho u? J
many remedies, hut this is tho or,u
ono that ever holped him. n0 Z.
young or old, can afford to neglS
symptoms of kidney trouble, pni I.
son Drug Co. Adv. "er
Use Truo Blu3 Flour. Whiter a4
hotter than ovor. For sale bv rl t
Now Ilend Flour Mill Co.-Adv S
Xcwspnpcr Stan Itccoinmcmli It.
It. 11. Wontworth, of tho St. Jnmci
(Mo.) News, writes: ,"A sovoro cold
Bcttled In my lungs. I feared pneu
monia. Foloy's Honey and Tar
straightened mo up Immediately,
I recommend this gonulno cough nnd
lung medicine" Right now thous
ands of hay fever and asthmn suffer
ers aro thankful for this wonderful
healing nnd soothing remedy. Pat
terson Drug Co. Adv.
HAMPTON'.
fSneclnl to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON, Sept. 18. A. S. Fogg
mndo n trip to Maury Mountain on
Thursday, returning Friday with n
load of lumber.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Harrison loft
Friday morning for llond whoro Mr.
Hnrrlson has work for tho wlntor.
Mrs. l.uclnda Illnck nnd eon llurr
havo moved hark from Lizard Creek
to Mr. Illnck's pluco near Hampton.
Thomas Harrison is staying with
his uncle, llurr Illnck and attending
school. I
W. II. Honslcy visited with Arthur I
Wllquot Thursdny night. i
C. 11. Harmon Is building nn ad
dition to his ham, nlso putting up j
Bomo cnttlo sheds
The United
Warehouse
Company
Storage and Forwarding
General Commission
Merchants
WE HANDLE OIL, GASOLINE, SUGAR,
FLOUR., SALT, HIDES
FRESH and SALT MEATS
HAMS, BACON AND LARD
It. llavomnn. who has been hclnlnc'
tho price hns been BCt nt 25 cents Thniiiiisnii Urns, linrvnst nml tlirpsh 1
nMeco. returned homo Thursdny. !
Ubo Deschutes Spray Flour. Whit
er nnd hotter than over. For salo by
Tho Now Ilend Flour Mill Co. Adv.
Most men like Fatimas--but
maybe you
Fntimas plenso so many
men that they outsell nny
other cigarette costing
over 5c.
But it may happen that
your tasto won't fit
Fatimas. That's nothing
against you. Nor against
jpatimas.
ll
1 But if your tasto crocs
TbTtjJIL. fit Fatimas, you can feel
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iwifevvs
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fc ,? '"foil v"". ri.i .'!'"'. E? wl I ? ioi.,..,..0"-oV,.'J I
Tho report Is out that Mr. Logan
has Bold his cnttlo to Mr. Mnys.
A. S. Fogg nnd llurr Illnck nvndo
trip to tho mill Monday.
IKo United Warehouse Co.
'A. M. Pringle, Mgr. Bend, Oregon
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Mr
doubly grateful. For of
this you con bo sure
Fntimas aro cool and
friendly to tho throat and
tongue. And they will
never leave you "feeling
mean" as long as you
smoke within tho bounds
of reason. "These teste
show you how to prove
this.
Because Fatimas aro
cool and because they
can bo smoked freely and
often they havo rightly
oarned the title, "The
Sensible Cigarette."
It simply remains for ...
you to see if their taste 1
suits you as well ns it is
suiting thousands and,
tnousnnas ot otner men.
Test Fntimas today.
You may find that their
taste is exaotlV what
you've been looking for
in a cigarette.
PATMA w Omlr Ormttt
livjrJiJ lt tSnnJ Vim at lit b-
KEEP YOUR IRON HOT!
USE AN ELECTRIC
IRON. No fire needed,
no change of irons, no
delays. Get a Rite-Heat
Iron at only '
.. 4
igarettejjggr,
O Distinctively Individual 1 Ett
JJC7
Guaranteed forever, costs
but 6c an hour to use it.
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The BEND WATER LIGHT
(8b POWER CO.
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