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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1915)
THE nCKD BULLETIN, BEND, gBE., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IB,
Buy More for Less
We have opened a biff line of staples
in groceries and canoffer jou more for
less money. We have new and stan
dard lines of groceries carried by no
others in town. We will be glad to put
them up for your approval, We also
can quote you economy prices in shelf
H. E. BAKER
Wall Street. Near Ohio
Every last one of the offerings at this
store will be found irresistible.
We are the Biggest Gift Center in
Bend. A glance at our windows a
visit to our counters will reveal this.
Each department is at its best right at this season
of the year. In the ready-to-wear department the
women and misses will find a great many fine gar
ments most reasonably priced, and the same applies to
the clothing and haberdashery departments tor men.
A great array of goods forming sensible Christmas Gifts
for both sexes.
R. M. Smith Clothing Co.
IKON IS HURT
COMMENTS ON LAND
Scon Oswald Wet Rack of Comntls-
fcloncr Tullniiui In Matter Hn)n
West Out (o Crii'li Motion mill
Huh Presented Hcelopmcnt.
(Lnnt week tlicro was prlntad In
Tho Bulletin the lottT written by
Commissioner Cloy Tnllmnn, of the
general land olllco, stntlnr his nttt-
tuilfi on the Mitontlon of the exfcnMon
of tho contract covering tho Morson
project. Following are extracts fiom
coinniont on tho letter upper-ring In
tho ciirront ntinilier of C V CIrp-1
man's Orison Voter. Ed
Oswald Wont reitnlnlv made his
Impression upon Secretary l.nnu nnil , -
tho General Land unite wun reier-i
euro to tho .Morson Irrigation eontro
ory, Judging from tho order just
entered by Commissioner Clay Tnll
man, Intended to restore tho Morson
Begrogwtlon to tho public domain.
J. 13. Mo won was ono of tho few
Irrlgntorn who actually oxpondod
monoy In construction work on n
Cnroy Act project In tho Stato of
Oregon. When governor, Oswald
West Btnrtod In to clean up tho pro-
JectH and landed IlrHt nnd hnrdoat on
Morson'. At that tlmo It was felt that
ho had hit tho mnn who had dono
fnr moro In real development work
than had been accompllHhcd by many
other promotorH under tho Carey Act.
Milt tho govo-nor's dander wnB up;
ho Imtl Btartod out to crush Moraon,
and ho waged an active nnd bitter
Moth West nnd Morson wero born
In Cnnnda and when two Cnnndlans
disagree It timinlly la unsafo for by
HtnndorB. In this caso, tho bystand
ers were tho settlors' nnd Investors
who had put up money for options on
tho lund. To dnte, porhnpn as a re
sult of Governor WchI'h nctlvlty,
theso Investors havo inthlug to hIiow
for their money,
H III II 11 ' -II JS-n
A sum, Biiinclcnt to mnko anybody
a comfortable fnrtimo upon which to
scttlo down In old ago, passed
through tho bunds of tho tellers of
Tho fight hurt Mor- tho First National Mnnk of Mend last
son's rhanco to comploto IiIb financial Friday ovonlng botween tho hours of
nrrnngomunts, and the net renult of , r. ni,(i 8 o'clock. It was pay day at
ROLL WAS BIG
BUSY SCENES ARE ENACTED
Sowrnl Hundred Men Itecclvo Month
ly Allowance at First National
Itank Friday Ecnlng Largo
Percentage Show Their Thrift.
of the United States of America was
turned loose In threo hours on Fri
day evening than has over boon re
leased In tho snino spaco of tinio In
"Tho aucEtlon naturally arises,'
ns ono obsorver put It, "what will bo
tho pay roll when tho mills actually
Try our fresh bread nnd pastry.
Carmody Mrothors. Mond streot.
Adv. 30 tf
Wo have In stock 1,000 copies of
Century Edition 10 cents per copy.
Day Music Company Adv.
Clean up and paint up. Sco Ed
dron nnd used Foley's Honey nnd Tar
with all of them. I find It tho best
cough and croup mcdlclno I over
used. I used It for eight or ten years
nnd can recommend It for croup."
Samo satisfactory results tor coughs
and coldB. Sold ovorywhoro. Adv.
"vHSBBSSS?! v? Jfc-t? fc' SLZteaAMMiCiMWjBH I
Recommended for Croup.
W. C Alloy, Hosoloy, Mo sayB:
"I hnvo raised a family of four clill-
For Your Hides and Furs?
If you do ne cm thow you the my,
Write for the most up-to-date, and at
tractive priceliit ever usutd. It's full ol
Interesting and reliable information. Free
to you for the Hiking. McCALLS DECOY
anil our POISON HAIIS lacreaseynur catch
100T). Decoy,2oi.tubei,35c; 4oi.C0c;
Va pint $1. prepaid. Sure Death Capiulei,
$1.75perl0O. Expreiiprepaid, Trapper
supplies at lowest prices. Catalog Free.
Horthwestsrn Hide & Fur Co.
200 lit St. N MINNEAPOLIS Eitibllihed 1800
tho wholo h"BlnoHfl will bo that In
stead of nn Irrigation project devel
oped, there will he a lot of Jack pine
brush standing for years to come, n
monument to conservation.
PH1NI3VILLH, Dec. 11. (Special)
At tliu Methodist Episcopal par
sonage Tuesday tho marriage of Miss
Vernlo E. Young to Gonrgo M. (JrlmoH
took place, lUiv. 12. C. Newhnm per
forming tho corotnnny. Tho young
coil phi nro loMdciitH of Mend.
Muv your groceries nt McCllncy's.
AID Till: KIDNEYS.
Mend sufferers should take no f r
ther risk. Why will people continue
to suffer tho ngoulvs of kidney com
plaint, backache, urinary disorders,
lumuncHri, headaches, languor why
allow themselveH to become chronic i ,Curn n
liivnlldH, when u tested remedy Is of
fered them? Doan's Klrnev Mills
have been used In kidney trouble ocr
Mt years, Imvu been tested In thous
hiiiIh of onset). If you have any, even
one, of tho HVinntoiuH of kidney dis
ease, act now, for gravel, dropsy or
Mrlght'H disease may set lu utid make
neglect dangerous. Can Mend resi
dents demand moro convincing proof
than tho following? Mrs. A. h. Wil
kinson, r.'l)7 Main stieet, Oregon
City, Oregon, w: "I lmo unfit
Demi's Kidney Mills for baekuche ami
klduoj troublH and bine had relief
1 believe thoy are a line kidney medi
cine mid I don't htwltatti to reoom-
Although It la not generally known
just wtint the Novomber pay roll nt
tho Mrooks-Scaulon and Sliuvlln-IIIx-on
mills was, It Is understood that It
was Mivoral thousand dollars In ox
cess of tho October pay roll.
To nil Innocent by stnnder, who
sauntered Into the lobby of tho bank
while the mill employees wero being
doled their monthly wngo, tho scono
took on the aspect of the Illustrations
used by u well known Pennsylvania
correspondence school, doplctlng n
pay rolUlne. Thero wero men of nil
ages, of ninny nationalities and di
verse occupations, apparently not of
tho clnss of which one rends In tint!-.
administration political lltornturo
tho empty dinner pall type. If
thero wns any Industrial unres;
nmong tho several hundred men who
filed through tho doors of tho First
National Hank on Friday evening, It
would take, a Mlnkerton detective to
Thoy wero n fair example
of contented American laboring men
This particular bystnudor wns Im
pressed by tho fact that a goodly
number of holders of blue pr.y slips
left n fair proportion of tholr earn
ings with tho bank to bo salted nwny
for seme rnln-y day. It has not been
ascertained what proportion of tho
employees displayed frugality lu this
way, but It Is understood that tho
percentage was uuiisunlly high.
For three hours men tiled In nnd
out of the doors. A stranger lu town
might hae thought that he was lu
u Detroit. Pittsburg, a big Colorado
mining camp or any other place
witere Himtlar pay day scenes nro
menu ilium. riico on eouis nim ulK.iUi Tho bank was one plnco
denier. Don't sliuplv iwHnr n kid- tt ,K,ro ,,u. NU)rk,B nmn rocoUm Cllan
ney reinwly get Doan h Kldnov MI1U 01l ,,Mlmmj
tho winio that Mrs. Wilkinson had , wn- u.'llrn0ll ,llRt moro R00l, coln
l'otor-Mllburn Co., Mrp., Muffalo. ,
N. Y. AdV
O. A. C.
FARMERS' AND IIOMH-MAKI-RS' WEEK
and RURAl. Lire CONEERENCES
January j to H, 1016
Lire luftirm.lliin I'mlloil llli for lh llomt
the l'im, the tuiiimuiilly
CimveiitUm. of OrrKun' ltrtv. liutu.trlri
CiMitrmikr.uttOrriiwn Mu.(iul l'iullcw
l.liCTUKIt"-l)HMN-rtl K T!OS-
Tno t)iuut.l iiJe HllehJnt U.I sr It U
ltt il.r lu uuW fiifiul. itli Uv
IhluV.i utl llr llioulu. vm4
huiLi. mi.l it! HUlk
WINl'IlK SHORT COUKSI1
January io to February 4, iot6
A I'mlk.l Ayilcultuial Cuuim in Nut shell
Al'pUfl bctcute in Ailum Uolk. uf
Hit I'mm mi.l lloiiMhultl
Couiwdn I'Kl'IT KAIhINO I'AKM CHOI'S,
Sll.h, blKCK KAIMMl HMRV WOWK
rilULTKY KAISINO ISAKDUMMl, LHOK
1N(1. tlKWIMt IK)lKIIOLl AK1H. IIOMK
NllHttlNCl. llUhlNKs.1 MHIIUlDS. KuAII
ContilwuJeiic Cour.ei Without tultio.
lil-l Imlruitloii lu Mu.lc.
KeductJ rollrotJ tU.
rorrrotro write loThCllCttk"I(Ortj
A liAIUiK VAUIKTV HIT
MAKi: YOl'll SKliKCTIOXS
Wliero YOU lll'Y for MISS
Varncy & Gates
Dray I o.
DRY JUNIPER AND
OFFICE IN McCANN'S
lMiono lteil HOI
Toddy Push Carta 1.1c
Toy Clothes MoBkota 10c
Air Guns (!0c each
And many othor articles to de
light tho children.
Man's Neck Tie 3.1c
Heavy Shirts 91.2.1 to f?U
A. largo assortment of black
tlnwnro So and 10c
IS OUR '
rnx)T uuTTi: hoti:l.
WHEN IN MEND MAKE THIS HOTEL YOUR HOTEL. IN THE
HEART OF THE CITY. FOR COMFORT AND CONVEN
IENCE. FREE AUTO IJUS MEETS ALL, TRAINS.
Headquarters for nuto transportation to
all Interior points. American
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Rales reasonable. - J. P. TAGQART, I'ropriotor.
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A sure remedy for the cold,
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