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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1915)
Tin: rend uumjKtix, rkxo, qri:., wkiixrmuv, octoh,.. y nun.
. ORIXJON TRUNK TRAIN
, 8:30 a.
Loaves . .
R. & X. THAIX.
Lenes 7:25 a. ui.
AUTO STAGI2 UNH SOUTH.
heaes , , S:45 a. m.
Arrives 5 p. m. -e-
AUTO LINKS. -
Cars to ITiiras, Fort Klamath
Fort Rock, Silver Lako and -
other points south and south
I'OST OI-'I-'ICIJ HOURS. -
General delivery open dally
-- 9:15 a. in. to C p m. and -
Tuesday and Saturday, 7 to
- 7:30 p. m. -
No mall distributed on Sunday.
Night train mall closes C p. in. t
Day train mail closes C:30 a. m.
TKIjKGUAIMI nouns. ,
Western Union dally 7 a. m. to
7 p. m. Sunday nnd holidays
Pioneer Co., twenty-four hour
service, including Sunday.
Drontn Tliciitro Photo plays every
night at 8 o'clock.
Ilend Tlientre Photo plays every
evening at 8 o'clock.
Rand Concert Sunday afternoon.
Church of tho Rretlircn.
Sorvlccs each Sunday near high
school building. Sunday school 10
n. in. Preaching, 11 a. m. A cor
dial Invitation Is extended to nil. Ira
II. Fox, minister.
Services nt tho Presbyterian 011111011
will bo ns follows: Sunday school nt
10 n. in. Preaching nt 11 n. in.
Thomo: "Tho Knowledgo of God."
Preaching at 7:30 p. 111. Special
music by tho choir nt each service
and a cordial welcomo awaits you.
H. C. Hartranft, pastor.
niblo school 10 a. m. Preaching
sorvlco 11 o'clock. Subject: "Tho
Power of a Rod." Tho evening ser
vice will begin nt 7:30. Subject:
"Messages from tho Mountains. '
Thoro 'will bo special music by tho
newly organized choir nt both ser
vices nnd a henrty welcomo given
to nil who attend. Tho nnnunl busi
ness meeting of tho church will ha
held Wednesday evening, October 0,
beginning promptly nt 7:30 p. in.
For sign painting sco Edwnrds. I
Itcimlrs nic Mudo.
J. A MiClosko) 1ms lieen engaged
for the past few tlajs in repairing the
cornlco on the Khst National Hank
building dnnmgod In the recent Head
f 'I Iiot iitliwultc KiilarKC).
C W. Thointhwalto, local harness
man, hns enlarged his tioor Bpace this
week to accomodate a larger stock,
and to givo more rooin for his work
Ptoiuher Wax I.nid Up.
Rev. C. M Knigliton, Havanna,
ria., writes: "Tor three mouths I
suffered Intense pain In the kldnos
and back which nt times laid me up
entirely. I iiBod 1 Ms bottles of Pole-y
Kidney PIIIb nnd nil the pain disap
peared. 1 feel ns If 20 enrs had
been ndded to my life." Relieves
rheumntlsm, bnckacho, soro muscles,
stiff Joints. Patterson Drug Com
Hour Mill lMilbltH.
The New Ilend Hour Mill Com
pnny, lias prepared an elabornta dis
play of Its manufactured products to
bp shown at the Crook County Pair
nt Prlneville which opened today.
Ait Shop Moics.
Mrs. Slliis hne moved thu Art
Shop from Wall street to tho building
In tho rear of tho linner resldcnco
nt the foot of Oregon street. The
spneo formerly occupied by tho shop
has been thrown Into the Thorn
thwalte harness shop," glilng larger
qunrtors to It.
Our .lltury Offer This nnd ."c.
Don't miss this. Cut out tills slip,
cncloso with IHo cents to Foley &
Co., Chicago., 111., writing your iinmo
and address clearly. You will re
ceive In return n trial package con
taining Foley's Honey nnd Tnr Com
pound, for coughs, colds and cioup.
Foley Kidney Pills nnd 1'oloy Cnthar
tlc Tablets. Patterson Drug Co.
Itiilltli Paint Shop.
A. K. Edwards tins Just built n
Bmnll paint shop on tho alley In tho
rear of his present shop on Wall
street, 11. O. Dlmlck nnd Arthur
Mooro doing tho carpentry work, Mr.
Edwards plnnB to uso tho Wall street
storo us n show room nnd tho now
shop as a work room.
Two Children llnd Croup.
Tho two children of J. W. Nix,
Cleveland, On., had croup. Ho writes
"Both got so choked up that they
could hardly lireatho. 1 gavu thorn
Foley's Honey and Tar and nothing
i'Ibu and It completely cured thoni."
Contains no opiates. Cuts tho phlegm,
opons air pnssages. Patterson Ding
Tho Now Rend Flour Mill Co., Is
now manufacturing Deschutes Solf
P.nlslng Pnncnko flour. Ask your gro
wer for It. Adv.
Has taken over the lumber
department of THE BEND
COMPANY and will con
tinue the retail business in
Lumber, Building Supplies,
Cement, Lime, Plaster, etc.
THE SEPTEMBER WEATHER
MiinIiiiiiim Tciiipcinture Wns HI) I)c
Uiecs, Minimum, lltl Dcgree-i.
The highest mulmum temperature
registered during the month of Sep
tember wns SO degrees and the lowest
temperature for the month wns 2C
degt pes. Tho greatest dally rango
was 58 degrees. September had but
oiio rainy dny, that being tho 13th,
when .025 inches fell between tho
1 1 slit of tho 12th nnd 3 o'clock p. m
of tho 13th, There were four dns
In which thdro were killing frosts.
Of tho 30 dajs in September, 21 weio
clear, eight, partly cloudy and ono
Char, of Day
How- to He ElllciPiit.
Nothing saps tho vitality Ilka kid
noy trouble. It causes backnehn,
headacho, stiff Joints, soro muttclcs,
"nlwnys tired" feeling, rheumntlsm
nnd other Ills. To be efficient, you
must bo healthy. Foley Kidney Pills
strengthen the kidneys, help them do
tholr work of filtering out from tho
systom tho wasto mnttcr that cnuseB
tho trouble. Patterson Drug Com
Uso Truo Illuo Flour. Whltor nnd
hotter than evor. For salo by Tho
Now Rend Flour Mill Co. Adv.
Uso Deschutes Sprny Flour, Whit
er nnd hotter than over. For snlo by
Tho Now Rend Flour Mill Co. Adv.
NORTH PORTLAND, Oct. I.
With n run of about 050 head of cat
tlo the market opened up with steady
to strong prices. Cholco stcors going
nt $G,8.r with flvo cents nbovo Inst
weeks top, cows going nt $5.00. A
fow helfora sold nt $0 and cnlve.i
bring $7.50. Not many good hogs
woro on tho markot this morning.
Ruyoru scorned Inclined to past up
tho offering until Into In the foro-ioon
when n couplo of loads went at $0.30
for tops, market 11 llttlo unsettled
with bulk around the $0 15 nnd $0 2
mnik. A fair run of sheep canto In
over Sundny with a nice lot of Wash
ington liunbs which brought $7.
few ewes were sold at $5 and n couple
of cnr of feeder lambs sold at G 21
Outlook good with domain! Kipd.
Rrend, made from Deschutpi Spiny
Flour is tho staple food In mery
home, the chief article of diet on
overy tnblo, If once used ou will
seldom sit down to n meal without
It. Sco If you wont snv It Is the
whitest, nnd finest bread you oer
the clock i
harry' time any. You can
manipulate tobacco, but only
time canape it into VELVET.
ftfter the care and
expense of selecting
the finest Kentucky
Burley tobacco, we
won't permit it to lose
and flavor and good
smoking qualities, by
artificially rushing the
Every bag, every
tin, every humidor of
VELVET is filled
with tobacco that has
been ageing for not
less than two years
reaching its full, hearty
To this natural ageing,
its extra mildness, the
absolute absence of bite.
I lav you reaJ"Pi'ptP!tu$'
ophy," Vtlvtt Joi't illattrattJ
booh of vtrit and wiidom?
Stnd a 2e itamp for a copy.
SL LouU, Mo.
10TJnt St M.i.l lln.JD.
One Touml Cln llumtdort
.V ft V
TO THE RESCUE
We will your linen, but you muit
not irutt much time cetttoc sur reaeue
band at work
low prices, uerrnRSGRVicu
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CI.KANINO
1 .tfiw in urn iiimiuiiii mil hi. '-
1 .vl It's easy enough to oath E k -
lr l M ' J ll 1
MT1 I UMUllfl
I'ut Your Duds
In Our Suds"
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL UIKEC1.'6J.
ItUUDItT 11. (iUL'I.I)
V. V. rAULKNRR, D. M. D.
I) K S T I S T
Oinco Over Rostolllco
tlcnd, ... Oregon
WII.LARD H. WIRTZ
I. A W V '. It
O. S. RRNSON
Attorney At Ijw
Uouson Ilulldlng, Wall Street
VGRNON A. FORUCS
I, A W V I'. It
First Natlounl Rank Ilulldlng
Rond, :-: :-: Oregon
QUOIiai! S. Y O u N a
Chll and Irrigation Kngliiccr.
U. S. Mineral Surciir.
Room 0 First Nntlonnl Dank
J. II. Roll A. V. Sims
CROOK COUNTY ARSTRACl'
Succossors to Tho J. II. Ilanur
Abstract Co., l'rluuvllto, Oro.
Mm. A. P. llnllnrd
Mrs. S. Mcintosh
IIRNR Plit'MIIINO A.l
Stcnm nnd Hot Water Heating
WA Ui STRIJirr
PLAIN AND ORNAMRNTAIi
PI.ASTlRtlRl AM) CONTRAC
TOR work (iuaranti:i:d
ii. p. smith
Dlt J C VVNDI'.VI.RT
I'Ii)hI Inn mill Siiigcou
Pliouo Red iill
I lours !)-l'J n. 111., 1 Z p.
7 !) p 111.
OREGON and WASHINGTON
( Business Directory
A Directory of each Clly, Town ami
Vlllagii, Klvlnit i)fcrl)llvo tkelcti at
each ilacc, lucallon, population, tele
(raph, aliliiiilnir anil banking imlnl)
alio ClanlrieJ Directory, compiled by
builneei anil profeiilon. m
It. I. 1'Ol.lt CO., BlUTTLi:
Ilend Hauling Co.
R. N. PAI,Mi:itlO.V
Wood for Sale
Olllto with It. P. Mlulcr
Olllru Pliouo lllntk (III
RcnIiIuiuo lllntk 11!
V B I Ol0on
H. O. DIMICK
Carpenter and Builder
P. O. BOX 265 TEL. BLACK 522
Anderson Brothers Saw MM
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
5 Mile Northwest ol Ilend. Plinne Anderwn Ilros. Knncii.
II. C. B li L 1 S
United hint us CoiiiiiiKvliuirr
First Nntlcnnl Rank Ilulldlng
II. II. I) o A it MONO
Oiegon Street. Rend, Oregon
DR. J. II. CONNARN
D IJNTI ST
Ofllco In snthor Ilulldlng.
Hourii 9 to 12, 1 to S,
Sundays nnd evenings by
C. P. NISWONOKR. Rond. Oro.
Moen.ietl Kiubaliner, Funeral
Phono. Lndy Assistant.
DR. R. I). STOWRI.Ii
Olllco ovor Miller l.timlor Co.
Wull Streot Hours 9 to li
Phopo Itd ill
Hygienic, Dietetic nnd Natural
Chronic dlsordors 11 Speclnlty
DR R. t. KKTCIIUM
Olllcu hours: 9-12; 1-5
or by Appointment Ucnn btdg.
J. E. Engebretson
Plumbing and Itenttn
It; MINNESOTA STiiinrr
JORRINd PROMPTIA DONi:
1. o. 0. r.
Rend I,oilgo No. '21H.
Regular mooting ovcry Mon
day night at 8 o'clock In Knt!i
cr's Hall. Visiting brothou
L. II. OI.RSS, N. O.
OUO. P. UOV1J, Secretnry.
VACATION In Portland,
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jour li('iMliinrtTN, Keriltn
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RATHS TO YOU
no itooniH .... .$i,o(i
IOO ItOOIIIM Willi lllltll. .."SIIO
IIMI R011111N with liiitll. ,ljll!.(M
'Jllll lirgo outhldn mmiiiin,
llxttn pciMiii lii room,
UuoilnK of nil klniln. Itcpalrlnif
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
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