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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1916)
THE IIENI1 HULLETIN, HEN11, OUR., WEDNESDAY, JUNK til, tl)t(l.
Dr. S. A. Fulton, wife nnd (laugh
ter, and Mr, and Mrs. Miller, ot
Wnlla Walla, accompanied by Mrs.
E, Q. Kourk nnd daughters, hnvo
been spending several das nt Odoll
lake. They returned to Crescent last
Thursday with nhout 80 pounds of
trout, Many Dollies wore taken by
members of tho party weighing olght
nnd nine, pounds, but It fell to Mrs.
Mlllor to capture the grand prize a
Dolly weighing even 13 pounds,
This Is tho largest trout takon this
year and will probably stand as tho
top record for big ones this year.
as though adding Insult to Injury,
that all tho young ladles had fled the
country. Somo of them havo been
talking of migrating out to the more
populated borders of civilization and,
like tholr prehistoric ancestors who
crept out of the cave3 nnd stealthi
ly slipped over to the nearest neigh
bor bringing back a helpmate, they
hope by Borne method of persuasion
to enelec somo of tho fair ones back
to tho sago brush country; for, as
one of tho bachelors gloomily re
marked tho other day, "Thero's no
use of n fellow living such a lone
some life without so much as a drink
nnd washing his own dishes besldos."
Fort llock Times.
Hotter Horn! Hencfltx.
Let ub summnrlzo some of the ben
efits. Hotter roads will moan: Hotter
farmers, greater farm efficiency, less
tenancy, larger production, higher
lnnd values, cheaper, distribution
cheaper commodities, purer milk,
fresher vegetables, less gasoline, less
I tiro trouble, better rural schools, bet
ter school attendance, better social
conditions, better rural churches,
more nttractlco rural homes, moro
boys staying on tho farm, moro girls
marrying farmer boys, more sociabil
ity, bettor citizenship. Deschutes
l'oMinMrcws Sees Itnllrnml.
How would you llko to grow up In
tho Interior nnd never havo an op
portunity of riding on n railroad
train, or seeing one? Such was tho
rxporlenco of our Postmistress, Miss
Mnmlo Winters. She left Hums last
Monday, and for tho first tlmo in her
life saw n real trnln of cars at Riv
erside. Of courso Miss Wlntors
knew nil about them, and wns as
fumlllnr with tholr ways as any of
us, but had never had tho chance
to tnko a. big trip away from homo.
She hnd planned sevcrnl trips, but
something always happancd to keep
her nt her work and last Monday
was tho first tlmo sho hnd a chanco
to leavo her duties and go nwny on
n vacation. Hnrnoy County News.
Tho town which treats Its visitors
with courtesy and cordiality soon
wlnB for Itself a nnmo for hospltnllty
which is tho best advertisement any
community can hnve. As nn adver
tisement It Is so fnr above any other
form that, there Is no comparison. It
simply means that overyono who vis-
Its that town becomes a booster for
It and whenever tho mention of Its
nnmo la heard, will speak a good
word for tho plnco and Its people. On
tho other hand whenever a town
comes to holtovo that It Is Its divlno
right to grnft upon everybody who
comes within IU limits nnd proceeds
to do bo with utter disregard of tho
rights of neighbors It soon wins for
ttsclf a namu for moan and eolllsh
treatment of Its visitors. TIiIb Is tho
worst thing 'Mint cm happen to nny
community, largo or small. As a
small community with a good future
ahead ot It let us soo that Paisley
will never forget that courtesy to her
neighbors is tho first duty of a city.
EVEN THE PICKPOCKET KNOWS THE VALUE Of)
i nu nenb ivunuuu nut l
While Micro hns boon somo opposi
tion to tho Itcdmond Union High
School, It wns mainly becnuso of tho
double tnx, but tho knowledge that
this will not bo required tho coming
year causes many to vlow tho matter
in n different HghL They realize,
too, tho necessity for tho better
school, and that such cannot bo main
tained In tho country districts be
cnuso of tho attendant expense. It
was fortunnto tho county superin
tendent was present, becnuso ho was
nlilo to placo tho matter beforo thorn
in u proper light by reason of fa
miliarity with tho law nnd Its re
quirements. Ills position in tho mat
ter had heretofore been misunder
stood, as ho has always favored tho
high school, but was bound by tho
law to certain roquiromonts, which
hnvo now boon met. Hcdmond
A I'lliievlllo Spoit.
Pitching horseshoes Is going to bo
tho now sport nt tho Club, Its be
coming too wnrm to bowl, llcnd had
bettor put a team la tho field mid
try tholr luck with us. Jnko Johnson
claims to bo the champion. Crook
County Itoait Superintendent G.
W. Ilcntz advised Tho Lendor while
In Silvor Lako To it ml ay afternoon that
that part of tho county rond, known
ns tho cut-off leading north from
Fort Itock nnd connecting with tho
Hond-Hurns roud at tho 21 mllo post
east of Hond, In. now Mulshed to tho
county lino. After this road has
been packed, Mr. Hcntz said, It would
lie possible for an r.uto leaving Fort
Hock to run on "high" to tho Crook
county Hue. At tho 21 mllo post
Micro Is clear sailing to cither
Prlnovlllo or Hond. Silver Lake
Hard on tho Hncliclnrx.
Whon tho stato wont dry n fow of
tho bachelors hero fumed nnd pro-.
tested In such langungo as to bo un
printable for n good many seemed
temporarily contented with tholr
favorite grog closo at hand, hut tho
helghth at tholr Indignation was
reached whon thoy began to realize,
Mctollus For County Heat.
This week tho first active step In
tho county Bent campaign Is being
taken by tho Motollus Commercial
Club In tho circulation ot tho peti
tion providing for tho placing of tho
quostlon on tho ballot at tho Novom
bor election. While the inensuro Is
Initiated locally, tho question Is ono
that Is ot personal Interest to every
voter in tho county, and ono In
which each will tako n direct and nc
tlvo part. A gonerni meeting will
probably bo callod In n fow days so
that tho voters throughout tho coun
ty will hnvo a volco, not only nt eloc
tlon time, but in tho detuils of the
campaign for tho selection of tholr
county sent. Jofforson County Itec-ord.
For farm land loans sco J. nynn
in HER place
Why not get a good
oil stove to that dur
ing the hot weather
your wife or mother
orsister or daughter,
can prepare the
meals in a cool, com
There's no overheating
the kitchen with an up-to-date
oil cook stove. It's
just like cooking with city
gas. The burners con
centrate the heat at the
different cooking points.
No wood or coal or
ashes to lug. No
waiting for fsres to
catchup. The long
blue chimneys do
away with all
smoke and smell.
In 1, 2, 3, and 4-burner
sites, with or without
ovens. Also cabinet
models with Flrelcss
ll Yl (C4lifomU)
BEND HARDWARE CO.
F. DEMENT & CO.
OfOO TOOK SOMETHING FROtTl JhTo'nLY THING IfA
MY POCKET, WHAT WAS IT? J T WORTH TAKINO S
YOU know, all tobacco uteri know what is tho matter with or
dlmry chcnlnf tobtccol Uvcrrnhere mtn r lellini their ItltnJi about W-U CUT
Chcnlot-the Iteil Tobacco Chew, nt, ht lArri.
"Node bow tha ult btlnn out Am rich tobacco ImL"
MJi by WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, SO Union Squire, New York City
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
issued by Crook Comity Abstract Co.
Tho Hend Co. to Shcvlln-Hlxon Co.
It. D, blk. 12, Park addition, Hond.
N. V. J. Dlmlch, to Dan. W. Hall,
It. 15, bile 13, Park add, Hond.
W. L. Cobb to Anna W. llurchcll
CO 80 23, bw sw, sw nw 21-17-11.
S. Murnqr.kl to 1' 1). Williamson
r.gree, ro It. S, blk. 2, Hastings ndd,
M. VI. Itynn to J. C. lllchter pt.
It. 23, blk. 13, Perl: ndd. Hond.
Stella V. Hnlrd to L. T. Scott sw
no. w bo 27-1C-12, ?3,000.
S. Murwmkl to A. J. Abernnthy It.
13, blk. 1, Lurch ndd, llcnd.
Tho Hond Co. to S. Murnoakl It.
3, it. It. 2, blk. 1, linings ndd,
L. II. Vnndovpit to Q. T. Prior
sV5 no, b nw 2C-1-1-10.
The Hond Co., to Aultlo Cndy, pt.
It. 21, blk. 13. IMrk r.dd, Hond.
J. K. Heed to Lytlo Townalto Co.
Its. in-10, blk. 7, Its. 0-S, blk. 9,
I). M. Davis to O y H. Wilson It.
1, blk. -1, Terminal ndd, Hond.
It. A. Puott to V. L. Huey, ct nl
Int. It. 24 blk. 1G, Park ndd, llcnd,
Tho Hend Co. to D. Plzzo It. 4,
blk. 19, Houlovtird add, Hend.
Cottage chceso Is a wholesome, nu
tritious dish for tho chlldron. Grown
ups, too. Try it. lGtf
Seo .1 Itynn & Co., for farm laud
Soo Edwards for good Iioubo palnt
Want Ads only ONE CUNT n word.
UP THE HOUSE
WE'LL CLEAN YOUIt LINEN,
clothes, silk dresses, Etc.
"PUT YOl'lt DUDS IX OUR SUDS"
Bend Steam Laundry.
AXI DKY CLEANING
Money to Loan
in sums from $250 to
$25,000, 3 to 10 years
J. Ryan Co.
The Shoes We Guarantee
Nap-u-Tnn Work Shoe... .. $2.75 and up
World's Work Shoe $2.75 to $5.00
Village School Shoe $2.35 to $3.25
For nil purposes these Shoes will give you
better wear will look better than any you
can buy for the money
R. H. LOVEN
C. V. SILVIS
BARGAINS IN IRRIGATED RANCHES
AND CITY PROPERTY
IXTS FOE SALE IN EVEItV ADDITION IN HEND
PROPERTY HANDLED FOR NON-HESIDENTS. TIMIIEK
HOL'OHT AND SOLD.
office oni:oN street
Dwight M. Davis Company
I N iT R a N c E
Phone Red 1621 Temporary Office Oppoilte Bulletin Uldg.
BUSINESS AND PHOFESSIONAL DIKECTOKY.
UOUKltT II. G'OULI)
W. V. FAULKNEIl, D. M. I).
II E N T I S T
Olllco Ovor PoBtolllco
Hond, ... OrcRon
nn. j. c VANDBVKirr
Plijslcliui and Surneon
Phono Kcd 271
Hours 9-12 n. m.; 1-G p. m
7-9 p. m.
W. Q. MANNING, D. M. I).
Offlco In First National Hank
Tel. Jill llentl, Orejion
WILLAIID H. WIKTZ
1, A W Y K It
O. S. UENSON
A 1 1 o r ii o y At Iinw
Ilonson nullillng, Wall Streot
VEItNON A. FOUUES
Ii A V Y K 11
First Nntlonnl Hank HnlldlnR
Hond, :-: :: Oregon
a U O II Q 13 8. YOUNO
Civil nnd IrrlKiitlon EiiKlneer.
U. S. Mliicml Siircjir.
noom 5 First Nntlonnl Hank
J. 11. Uoll A. V. Sims
CHOOK COUNTY AHSTUACT
Succossora to Tho J. H. Hnner
Abstrnct Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro.
Dlt. H. D. 8TOWELL
Ovor LoKim Furnltiiro Co.
Wuli Street HourB 9 to G
Phoiiu Util IHU
O. P. NISWONQEK, Hend, Oro.
LlcoiiHcd EinlmliiHT, Fiincrnl
Phono lted 421. Lndy AbbL
DIl. J. II. CONNAltN
D E N T I S T
OUlco In Sathor IlulldliiK.
Houru 9 to 12, 1 to Ii.
Sunduya and ovgiiIukb by
II. II. Do A It M O N D
Oregon Streot. Hend, Oregon
11. O. H.LLIS
United Statist CoiiiiulKloiier
First National Ilnnk Hulldlng
nn. a. a. nunms
nisoases curod without tho imo
of drugs or surgery iv tho nnU
ural inothodH of hciilliit; Olllco
Hutlu-r lltilltlliiK Hend, Ort-goii
Want Ads only ONE C:T n word
Dlt. V. D. HUNTINGTON
Phono lloil 1571
RAG CARPETS WOVEN
:w CENTS PEE YltD
Wink Culled for nnil Dclheied
EllWAItll II. TIIACIIEH
Sanitary Barber Shop
Will Glvo Yon Hotter
Harder Set vice
SAM ELDint, Prop.
Every Saturday Night
At Sadler's Hull
Under Now .Management
With Now Orchestra
ltKNII TO IWOTIIEItS
Leaves Hend Tuesday and
It. II. (."en-n, Agent
Olllco nt Georgo's Harder Shop
Succruor lo T. II. McClincy
STAPLE AND FANCY
Quality and Service
Phono Black 2 1 1
Gilbert (& Son
The only storn In Hond
where you ran get your gro
ceries and moats nt the nnmo
Phono lted 1!7 1
H. P. SMITH
Plain and Omainmul
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORK, ETC.
I.ste orilru it
j. a I.AS ins oinci:
1'upils .Muy Uck'hi At Any Time
Increase Your Wage Earning Ability
. Peutoftnahlp, H.elllng, aimrllmud, Tyirlt1n. HoohktMip
I11K, Arltlitnwtlc em othr miltjt art) offurud, In day or uvuu
Ing clatvati, by 1' 8. Pranels, wniimorclul limtructor In llund
High School. Itiites low. A good opportunity fur you.
For further Information Inqulro at Hullcitlii olllec.