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The Bend Bulletin
(Published Every Wednesday.)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
ROHERT W SAWYER
FRED A. WOKLFLE.V
An Independent newspaper stand
lag for tliu square deal, clean btiI
ness, clean1 politics and the bout In
terests of Hend and Central Orefion,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 18, 1916.
Somehow., the Hon. Charles Mc
Nary, formerly member of the Ore
gon Supreme Court and at present
chairman of the Republican State
Central Committee, has nlas held
a high place In the esteem of the
people of Central Oregon.
Perhaps It started with the fact
that Mr. McNary wrote the opinion
Id which the efforts to hold up the
Tumalo Project met defeat: he
bcemed to stand out at that time as
a real friend of c, square deal nnd
the sort of legitimate help which this
eountry craved and required. And
perhaps a lot of the friendly feeling
here and elsewhere Is becnuse of the
Impression that, taken all In all. Mr.
McNary is a square-shooting sort of
gentleman, with capabmt), honesty
Without doubt the selection of Mr.
McNary to head the- work of the Re
publicans In the statu during the
present campaign has met with wlde-
Fjiread approal and linn evoked a
vory general confidence In the activi
ties of the organization whose official
leader he Is. Not that any uncomp
limentary com'parlslon Is Intended for
any who hae proceeded him. or who
might havo been selected in his place;
but simply that Mr. McNary seems to
till the bill of popular requirement In
Young Republicans, old Republi
cans, erstwhile Progressives and
(hose who tare more for men and
prlnclplo than they do for party
names, and nil of whom are behind
Hughes, hoped for n man of charac
ter, not oerly Imbued with bitter
partlanshlp, not Identified with clique
or ring or anything which could bo
linked unhappily with such phrases
as "bosslm" and "reaction," to enro
lls banner of their presidential candi
date In this state. And In Chairman
McNary they feel that they have such
u man, which breeds content among
thuni and augurs well for future successes.
REV. JUDD GOES TO VANCOUVER
Rev. E. 0. Judd, former pastor of
the Ruptlst church of Hend, has re
ceived the unanimous call of the con
gregation of the First Ilaptist church
of Vancouver, Washington. Rev
Judd and family expect to leave for
their new home In about two weeks.
Ilefore he received his call Rev. Judd
occupied the pulp't In the Ilaptist
church at Vancouver oa fie different j
Masses on Sunday, 7:30 a. m. and
10 a, m. Mass on Saturday, S:30 a.
m., followed by religious Instruction
Christian Science services arc
held in Sathcra hall every Sunday
morning at eleven o'clock.
Manifest Reasons Why You Should
Make This Store YOUR Shopping Headquarters:
Services next Sunday will be ns
follows: Sunday school ct 10 a. ra.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock Even
Ing worship at 7:30 o'clock. At this
evening service an Illustrated sermon
fiom the theme, "The Power of Per
sonality," will bo preached. It will
bo Illustrated with a steroptlccn. H.
C. Hartrcnft, pastor.
The services at the Methodist
Episcopal church for next Sunday
will be an follows: Sunday school,
10 a. m. Divine worship, 11a tn.
Sunday school at Kenwood. 2:30 p.
m. Epworth League at 3; 30 p, m.
Prof. Thordarson leads. Evening
service at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Thor
darson has taken special pains to
prepare special music for these ser
vice. The pastor extends a cordlnl
Invitation to the public to nttend.
Come to the "Horae-LIko Church "
W. C. Stewart, pastor.
Tntn'i ra titling mnunj
it, lu,K oioul OUR
STOHE POLICY. W.
art xt In tht IJta thai
Sink, Strdct. Fn Ihttt
ui jfotf you
Preparedness for the Hollowo'on
masquerade at the Hippodrome.
Everybody Invited to the big mas
querade nt the- Hippodrome on Hallo
SMOKER WAS WELL NED
Mm tin (Ids Decision Oxer (JiistJifMiu,
Hut No I'iiIIm.
No clean' falls were registered In
the- Mnrtln-Gustafson wrestling bout
lust Thursday evening nt tht Hippo
drome. Martin and Gustnfson worked
for 3.1 minutes when Uustnfson was
thrown over thu platform, Injuring
his buck, ui)d was unable to continue
thu match, Martin was awarded thu
Ttd lloko and Spec Woods gao
local funs hIx roundH of fast, going
In a boxing preliminary. Although
neither of the youngsters dlsplnyed
top-notch style, the mutch, viewed
from a local angle, wns fast and
furious, and the .most e.clting of
Enrle Mtotiun, formerly of Port
land, and Wm. Hensley, of Hend,
trented the several hundred fans to
it clever exhibition go. Mlebus may
l)ij seen In I It'll d 'In thu near future
with fust rompuny.
Homo, tbo ho-culled "Iron Man,"
and Freeman had a vaudeville per
formance us tin curtain miner.
Laughs were plentiful tn this go.
Mubquerade, rure, nt tho Hippo
drome. PrliA to bo given. Adv.
three houses huilding
The Hend Park Company Is build
ing three hoiihes In the second ad
dition lo Hrtid Park, all being of tho
bungalow typo with full butioments.
Guy Wilson In the contractor on two
of tlioiu ami II. U .Shank
(Continued from Page 1 )
MHK. VANHHVmtr KILLS HEAR
A 400-pound black bear Is the
prlto brought homo to Hend last
Saturday by Mr. J. c. Vandevort
after r. few days' hunting trip on
Crane Prairie In company with Dr.
Vandovert and W. T. Vandoert.
Mm. Vandovert biought dowu her
gnmo with a 30-30 rifle.
SOI'IK IIAMMKR TO APirAH
Soilo Hammer, hot aided .-. Nor
way 'a favorite soprano, will appear
at the HlpK)d'ome under the
auvplces of the Sons of Norway, Sun
day afternoon, November 6, Mis
Hamutor'n selections nre In tho Nor
wegian topgtte and her work h high
ly commented upon by tho prow.
FRANK SULLIVAN LFAVIIH
Frank .Sullivan, who has run the
boarding camps nt the Hrooks-Scuu-
Ion mill and In the woods since op
orations were begun last year, leaves
tonight with bl family for Ocean
Fulls, II. C, where mouilxra of tho
family hae .t largo contract. Tho
local camps, have been sold to tho
llrookt-ScanloJi Company. At Ocean
Falls, Mr. Sullivan will bo associated
with his brotheni, David and Alfred,
who have been here with htm for a
part of the time, -
ntpted Just there and had to make
another Journey up front, but thlntrs
were fairly quiet and I didn't havo
I ran across a great many of tho
boya from Spirit river sometime ago
In one of the other Hub. They hail
Just como out from England and I
met them accidentally while they
were on their wnv Into tho trenches
for the first time. They wero mighty
glad to sea mo and after nil these
months without seeing nnyono from
tho North, 1 wna just as glad to seo
them. I have seen most of them
since, though two of them were
killed on that trip. It seems rnther
strange, they say, to ttml me an offi
cer, and I tlnd It very embarrassing
when they lnUt upon saluting and
saying "Sir!" to me.
It Is now more thai, two yenis
since 1 came, nwny n rather strenu
ous two years, lil . rlmlt, and vt
extremely Interesting ones. 'Iho-a
lire VERY few of the old boys loft
mid a fiui'll'itr face is , r.irlty, vm, ro
a enr ago I knew diims of inn In
other batalllons ns vcP ns our -i.vn.
Some have gone to other units, r.miiv
have been killed nnJ vounded ni il n
number of them (oci.etiiilly v'loers)
haven't been able to stand tho
strain and have gone homo for n rest,
some to Canada and some only to
England. If I am unfortunate
enough to bo wounded ngnln severely
enough tn get to England I am going
to apply for leave to Canada, for I
honestly think 1 hae earned It. I
expect to leave this Hu very shorth
for another unit, but address mall
hero and they will forward It to me
If I have gone away,
I can Just lmnglno any of you be
ing here now; Judging by the urtll
lery, ou'd think Mr. Grainger was
blowing up about 10,000,000 stumps
every few seconds. There are hun
dreds of unuxplodcd shells of nil
cMlbrec lying around and I wouldn't
plow In this country npreu la guerro
for anything. Many u poor French
peasant will bo sent skyward unless
they are mighty careful. Of course,
If they keep on practically nil tho
country will need will be drag har
rows, us the plowing is already done.
Now, I muBt close. Send this
nlong to the others. I'm not a very
great letter writer any more as there
Fall Hats, Fall & Winter Caps
Tho wide, flat brim with Fedora crown is "on top"
Just now we've lota f them in every good, new
shade ,. . . SI. .10, $H.O), $a.oo, $1.30
Cloth HatB $1.30 imd $2.00
FALL AND WINTER CAPS
Of all kinds here at 7.1c, $1.00, $1.0.1, $l..lO, $2.00
MEN'S PANTS New fall stock of all siics at
$2.00, $n.u.l, $l.oi), $f.sn and $.1.00
"Wo Can Fit You."
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Far and away the largest Btock of Men's nnd Hoys' Cloth
ing ever shown In Central Oregon Is now nt this store. A big
variety of patterns In every size from six years old up to a 44
sized man. We will show you til the sizes In
.MEN'S NEW FALL Sl'ITS AT SI'-I.OO, $15.00,
$18.00, $20.00 AND $S!..10.
We guarantee you a lit In the beat nult you ever sr.w at nny of
these prices for $12.00 to $22. 00. Make uc prove thic.
Winter Gloves and Mittens
In the largest variety of best leather. Good Gloves and Mit
tens at right prices. Men's good Pigskin Gloves.
.MEN'S GENUINE IIOR.SL'IIIDE GLOVES, warranted to Ktnml
the to-t of heat, steam, Mater and unMting, ut $l.li3 and
.MEN'S FLANNEL LINED GLOVES AND MITTENS, $1, $1.2.1.
"A. A. CUTTER" CRUISER SHOES; complct run of sizes.
"Satisfactory kind at a less price."
MEN'S HEAVY ALL LEATHER TAN WORK SHOES $3.75
MEN'S HEAVY DOLED, OILED LEATHER WORK SHOES,
In black $1.00 and frl.,10
MEN'S HALL HRANI) RUIIHERS, SHOES AND HOOTS, nil
hcliSitS t. $a.2.1, $3.50, $41.75 nnd $1.00
KNITTED AND FELT GAITERS, at, per pair $1.0,1
MEN'S WOOL JERSEY SWEATERS, nil hUos $2.50, $3.50
MEN'S ALL WOOL KNITTED SWEATERS nt $5.00
KNIT "NEK" VESTS, leather lined, leather Mcoet $0.0O
MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOOL KNITTED SOX 25c, i5c, 30c
FL'lt LINED OVERCOATS, all hlze $10.00
Mackinaws for Men
The most popular garment of the season and one of the
most practical. Warm, serviceable, rain-proof. Well made
and good looking. Our assortment this season Ib beyond com
parison, It's hcr.d nnd Bhouldcro above all other lines. Don't
deceive yourself by buying before Beelng ours or youil regret it.
$0.00 $M.OO $8.30 $10.00
The R. M. Smith Clothing Company
THE FASTEST CROWING STORE IN THE STATE
GEO. 8. YOUNG
Nou-IVhInui Cuudlilitto for County
Sunejor of Crook tVmuty,
Isn't n great deal I can tell you that
Two days aftor writing this letter
Lieutenant Prlnglo wns kilted In a
charge on u German trench.
TO BUILD MILL'
(Continued from Pago 1.)
town for light nnd power purposes Is
also under consideration.
The mill to ho built will be a slnglo
cut band mill. About GO mon will
be emplo)ed nnd It Is expected to be
gin operations early In the spring.
Erection of the mill will begin next
week, Recording to an officer of the
company. Logging will begin with
in tho next CO dayc and will continue
all winter, If tho weather permits.
Plans for the mill are now being
drnwn by George S. Young of Hend.
It Is not tho expectation of tho
company to enter Into tho local re
tall business to nny extent, as prac
tically Its entire output has already
been contracted to outsldo buyers.
Tho lumber will bo hauled to tho
railroad nt Hend, however, nnd It Is
expected that tho company will co
operate with Anderson Hrothers, who
have a mill In tho same section, tho
Hend Ilrlck & Lumber Co., end tho
H. H. Do ARMOND
Regular Republican nominee for
For Crook County Adv tf
GW. T. 1LU.DWIN
Ouulldato For State Senator
Crook, JetTcraon, Klr.math and Lake
The Interests of All the People
Special Privileges to None.
You Cannot Stay Away
Because we have the lead
ing lines of merchandise for
Men and Boys
Hart Schaffner & Marx
David Adkr Clothes
Florsheim Shoes r
Arrow Shirts and Collars?. :
Full line of vWadtlnaw
Slag and Wool Shlrh
Heavy Woin Shoe
Laleit Patterns in Fall and Wintet
MARTIN & CASHMAg
The home o( Hut ScKiffna & Mui clodttt
county, in Improving tho road. This
will also be of benefit to the farmers
living In tho country to tho west by
making their route to town easier
Tho officers of the new company
are: it. R. Gardner, president; W.
R. Wilkinson, vice-president and
gcnoral manager, nnd F. Peterson,
sccretnry nnd treasurer.
rOR FRESH FISH.
Go to Dend Fish Market, Hond
street. Adv. 30tfc-
Mrs. Franklin Thordarson
pleased to meet those dealring
lessons In vocal music. Rivi
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
"The Sting of
HKNRY II. WALTHALL
Tho Munstleld of the tllni.
This is a vivid southern drama of the heart call or
duty cnll; a Northerner wins the battle of principle, but
he tastes the dregs of defeat.
"The Iron Claw"
Two Good Comedies
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon
The story of a man aad woman, In middle life, with
a childless hearthstone.
ARTHUR .MAUDE AND CONSTANCE CROWLKY
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
In Hall Caine'a famous story ot the North. A film of. stir
ring scenes and lively action.
The Y)ream Theatre