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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1916)
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TiTe Vkftrola Doesn't Promise
A promise is only a hope, nn ac
complishment is a realization. You
run no risk of disappointment with
the Victrolas because you know now
that it will give you the world's
music by the world's masters of
music. No other instrument can do
the shine. NO other instrument.
Conie in and let us demonstrate the
Victrola. We'll gladly play for you
all records by the most famous sing
ers and musicians.
Victor and Edison Agents.
The 3tea Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
I'dwnrd Ilrooks linn returned to
Mrs. H. C. Cndy was up from Tuni
nlo on Saturday.
W. A. MoIIltt of Gist, was liero on
business InBt week.
W. I;. Colili went to Portland Sat
urday night on business.
F. Hurwitz, a Milltcan homestead
.f cr wb In town on Thursday.
Work lins been resumed on tho Lo
gan building on Wnll street.
n. A. Stover returned Friday ovea
lng fron; Portland nnd Salem.
Born, on last Tuesday morning to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Hoelschcr, a sou.
Mrs. Martin Kenflcld, of Portland,
arrived Monday nlghtf rom Portland.
II. Ilrooklngo of Brookings was in
Bend on Tuesday purchasing sup
plies. Tho public library will bo open
horenftcr on Sunday aflomoonH from
1! to D. .,
rvURING the next 0 days
I expect a number of par
ties coming here from the out-,
side who will be interested in "
IF YOU want to sell, rent or
trade, list your property
with me. I will give same
my personal attention.
F. M. McCAFFERY
- -REDMOND, OREGON
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
ROCkerS Rockers Rockers
Our Rockers are the best in style, finish
and design. Easy and comfortable to rest
jn. Our prices are right. Come in, sit
down and try one. You will be satisfied.
, E M. THOMPSON
The furniture man
If you don't trade with us we both lose money.
Mrs. Myrtle Fox, a nurso of Itod
inond, Is In llcnd on professional
C. II. Illshop and his daughter,
Mrs. K. V. Vnrco, camo In from
C. Finney has opened a restaurant
In the building formerly occupied by
tho Draglch saloon.
Carpenters began work this week
on thu residence, of W. J. Sprout In
Henry Tnmm, a former resident of
Uend, has returned 'and Is employed
at thu Metropolitan.
II. J. Chenoweth, and C. I. Henllno,
of Orandvlew, wore business visitors
In Bond on Monday.
John T. Wheeler and Douglas
Lawson, of Prlnevllle, were visitors
In Bend on Sunday.
J I. 15. Baker, of Ilokor's grocery.
liriB purchased a new Ford to bo used
Tho Prcsbytorjan Indies guild will
glvo a cafeteria supper In tho Com
mercial club rooms on Wednesday,
February 10. Survfco will begin at
money to loan,
large amounts, on
or unimproved farms
and talk it over.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon, of
Powell Iluttn, came over on Monday
for a visit with friends.
llov. and Mrs. Frederick V. Cnr
stons of Medford nro visiting with
Mr. nnd Mrs, 11. M. Abbott.
A. U. French hns been confined to
his homo for tho last week with n
Blight attack of pneumonia.
Born, Thursday morning nt tho
Bond Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
M. Mnyflold, of I,a Pino, n son.
W. J. McOIUvrny, of Monroe,
Washington, formerly of Bend, ar
rived last week to visit frionus.
C. 13. Hamilton has moved his of
fices with the Oregon Transfer Com
pany in the Log Cabin building.
Miss Hazel Lornncc. of Monmouth,
Oregon, arrived Friday morning to
visit with her sister Miss Mabel Lor
nnce. Miss Hnzel Archibald, of Seattle,
arrived Friday night to visit Mrs.
Hnrry K. Brooks for n couplo of
Tho teachers of the Bend public
schools held their regular monthly
banquet nt tho Lou'vro pn Monday
Mr. and ,Mrs. T. A., McCnnn and
Miss Esther Mooro returned Sunday
morning from a few day's visit In
Dr. V. C. Coo wnB ono of tho Ilend
people marooned in Portland during
the recent storm. Ho returned Fri
Miss Jcnn Duswell. who has been
visiting with her brother. W. A. Bus
well, left Monday night for her homo
Tho Emporium will move this
week from Its present quartern into
tho Electric store, where n lnrgor
floor spaco Is avallnble.
W. D. Cheney, who arrived Friday
night to attend tho fourth annual
dinner of the Emblem Club, will
lenvo for Scattlo tonight.
A meeting of tho Uppor Deschutes
Livestock Association will bo held on
next Saturday In tho ofllco of tho
Deschutes National Forest.
Mrs. Harry Brooke entertained n
fow frlendB at n cafeteria dinner at
her homo Sunday ovonlng compli
mentary to Miss Hazel Archibald of
On Friday, February 11, at 2:30
tho Baptist 'women will glvo n special
mlBslonnry program at tho church.
All ladles of tho town aro especially
Tho high wlndB early on Monday
morning broke down some of tho
high. current wires running over tho
power company dam. Ilopalra wore
made nt onco.
With tho recent thaw sleds from
points as far as Silver Lako havo
boon nblo to come through to Bond.
Several freighters woro In town on
Monday purchasing provisions.
Special service In tho M. E. church
Sunday night. Patriotic Hervlce, sub
ject, "The Controlling Forces in Lin
coln's lire. Tho public cordially In
vited. Frankllli W. Kengy, pastor.
W. W. Floyd, of Caldwell, Idaho,
i.. B. Kldwoll of Portland and O. P.
Holland ,of Spoknno, horse buyers,
worn lii llnnil Inst SntlirdnV fllllnC OT-
dors for horses to bo shipped to Eur
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Well, of Eur
oka, Montnnn, nro spending tho week
in Bend as tho guests of their daugh
ter Mrs. C A. Horskotte. Mr. and
Mrs. Well nro on their way to Hono
lulu. Mrs. A. M. Prlnglo sustained pain
ful buniH about tho fnco last WednoB-
flnv ninrnlnir. rnllROll llV 1111 OXIllOBlon
of tho furnace nt hor homo. Tho
burns nro reportod to no not 01 a
flonrnn 3 Vrmnir linn rnrnlved 1G
copies of tho profllo mnps of tho Des
chutes river survey for distribution.
Tim ulntniiinnt In lnnt wprIc'b Bulletin
that ho had tho latest geologlcnl sur
vey publications m incorrect.
A. J. Wolton, of the Henry J. Kles
er Construction Company, was in
Bend on Sunday enrouto to Portland.
Win. Wolton nttonded tho meeting
of tho board of directors of tho But
tles Lnko Irrigation Project nt Grand
view last Saturday.
Clarence Corliss, brlcklnyorls help
er at Tho Ilrooks-Scnnlon plant fell
from a Bcaffold 17 feet high Monday
nrtnwnnnn Ifln hnpk u'nn hadlv
wrenched. Otherwise he suffered no
Bi.arn Idlnrlna Tin la rnfltltll? pnsllV
DVIBIU ..ju...u. . -... -
nt tho Bend Hlspltnl, vhoro ho is
attended by Dr. u. u. uoe.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzo Moore, who
have been visiting hero for tho past
fow weeks, loft on tho Monday even
ing train for Portlnnd, where they
expect to make tholr home, Mrs
Mooro was formorly Miss Edith
Unumgartner of Portland. They were
married In Portland December 11.
Presbyterian church. Services
next Sunday will bo as follows: Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Wo hove an
adult Iliblo class to which wo will
welcomo you. Preaching services at
11 a. in. This Is tho annual celebra
tion for Lincoln's birthday nnd tho
morning nddress will bo in keeping
with the occasion. Preaching at
7:30 p. m. Theme "Asking nnd
Commanding." II. C. Hartrnnft.
TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE
Locul Iteiiruilt'iit Association Will
Sell CloUies Siitiiiiluy.
A rumimige.'sale. under the aus
pices of the Bend Benevolent Asso
ciation, will be held Saturday after
noon and evening in tho Commercial
Tho association has collected to
gether a largo amount of wearing ap
parel which It will offer for sale at a
nominal cost. A consldorablo amount
of the clothing has been repaired and
much of it made over. The receipts
from the sale will bo donated to car
rying on charity work which the as
sociation has in mind.
TO REORGANIZE BAND
itoom For Itclicni sals NVetlod Mem.
boihlp Will bo l.niKcr.
.lust as soon ns director Ashley
Forrest Is able to obtain rooms for
rehearsals, tho Bond Concert llnnd
will be reorganized for the coming
There nre many now musicians in
town who linvo signified their desire
to become members of the bund. A
considerable amount of new music
will bo purchnsed for the rogulnr
weekly Fiiday night concerts. It Is
expected Hint the blind will havo
more than I'O menibets this year.
The Log Cabin Barber Shop can at
tend to our tonsorlul wants. Adv.
Bids Will be IttH'cltt'il for Construc
tion of Gymnasium.
Tentnthe plans for tho Bend gym
nrslum were submitted by W. II.
Downing, architect, Monday night at
a meeting of the building committee.
Although tho pinna were not formally
accepted they wero received faor
abiy by tlioso present.
Mr. Downing will receive bids on
the tile, brick, stock nnd carpenter
work. A meeting cf the subscribers
will bo called at an early dato to ro
port jib to tho action that has been
taken nnd to consider further details
relative to flnnucing the enterprise.
Pool and billiards at tho Metro
politan. Just tho thing for a little
relaxation In tho evening. Adv. tf.
CIIAMBKIt AITItOVKS BILL
Tho Portland Chamber of Com
merce has given Its approval to the
deferred residence homestead bill as
approved by tho Oregon Development
League. The bill provldcH that the
entrymnn shnll cause the cultivation
of one-eighth of his laud during each
of the first three years" after llltng;
ho must establish residence during
tho fourth yenr, and during that and
tho fifth year must reside on tho
land for at least seven months. Tho
proposed lnw 1b Intended to aid tho
homesteader In bringing his land to
soma sort of cultivation before tak
ing his rnmlly there to reside, n plan
that must be worked out before tho
millions of acres of lnnds In tho dry
linlln 'of tho wpHt will nvnr be lioo-
pled. It contemplates that tho entry-
men shnll have three years to do that
before he Is required to uinko tho
place a home. In Oregon nlono thero
nre 10,000,000 acres or unappropnat
cd government lnnds. -
For sign painting boo Edwards.
Adv. Bost of shaves nnd hnlr cuts nt tho
Log Cnbln Barber Shop.
JFOn YOUIt NEXT SUIT
See DICK The Tailor
All Kinds of
CLEANING AND PltESSING
Phono Black 1481
C. E. HAMILTON
Writes Fire Insurance
Phone Blick 451
DRY WOOD FOR SALE
Every pair gunrautood-Wo
.sti.no, .si. no, .sn.iio,
Combine Stylo nnd Fit
."() ami .sil.oo
Thoy Lnco In Front
$2.00, s:i,." mid s.'.oo
FOKKKTKUH FEED lllllDS.
Tho district forcstor nt Portlnnd
has iBSiicd n circular letter to all for
est odlcors urging thorn to feed gnmo
nnd birds in tholr respective locali
ties during storm periods. The .'i-
,tlonnl Forest appropriation Is limit
ed to tile enro or usu mill gamo sup
plied to stock tho forcstB or thu
'watero theroln, mid cannot bo tiB.id
for tho purchase, of food for game
nnd birds. However, tho matter Is
a vorthy ono, especially during this
year of exceptional Htorms,rnnd each
forest ollicer Is urged not only to uso
his best efforts to furnish game mil
mala and gnmu nnd gong birds with
something In tho wny of food, but 1.4
nslied to nppoul to ranchers and
stockmen generally In his vicinity to
do their part In aiding tho work.
BE READY to battle the elements, We will equip
you with Storm Rubbers anil Wet Weather Foot
wear. Avoid catching colds because of damp febt.
We are receiving daily new shipments of jMen's, Wo
men's and Children's Rubber and Leather Footwear
and can supply your needs at former prices notwith
standing the fact that there has been material advan
ces in practically all lines of rubber and leather goods.
Men's Rubbers ... $ 1 .00 '
Women's Rubbers . . 75c
Misses' Rubbers .... 60c
Child's Rubbers .... 45c
Boys' Rubbers 80c
Youths' Rubbers . . . 75c
NEW P A
PRING H I
HATS MJm JTkm
iff am" 41 W X
TTe Skuse Hardware Company
- PROOF CORSETS
have a model,f6 vory figure,
f- S. '
N2.no, su.oo ,
MAtilLL BADLY ItUKNEI).
Loyd Mnglll, of tho Owl Pharmacy
wna painfully burned lnat Wednesday
afternoon by lysol, Mr. Miiulll wna
nscondlng tho Htops of tho Owl Ph.tr
mncy from tho Imsomont when lio
tripped, spilling tho lysol. Ills loga
were bndly burned deep into tho
flesh. Ho Ib Improving rapidly. Dr.
Ilarr, who hna boon attending him,
Bays that ho will suffer no perma
Try our frosh broad nnd pnstr
(Jnnnody Brothers. Bond street.
Adv. 3C t
Havo you tried that Mpporcd sa
moil down nt tho North Pacific FIsU
O il Everything
jJfhpV' to Eat
LPUllIll aiid Wear
whilr the ground is
slipptry. A "Never
Slip WILL DO IT.
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