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TOE HEND BULLETIN, BEND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, DECEMDEK 0, 1010.
The Bend Bulletin
(l'ubllsliLMl Every wedncsuny.;
GEOIlOE PALMER PUTNAM
R0IIERT W. SAWYER
FRED A. WOELFLEN
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for tho square deal, clean busl
noss, qloan politics and tho best In
terests of llend nnd Central Oregon.
One Year $1 -CO
Six Months 7fi
Threo Mouths f0
BEND PLANS TO GIVE EL
CHILDREN BIG CHRISTMAS
All subscriptions nro duo nnd
PAYAHLE IN ADVANCE. Notlpcs of
expiration nrc mailed subscribers and
If renown) Ib not made within reason
able tlmo the paper will be discon
tinued. Please notify us promptly of nny
chango of address, or or failure to ro
colvo tho paper regularly. Otherwise
wo will not be responsible for copies
Make nil checks and orders pay
able to Tho llend Ilulletln.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. C, 1916
THE DAILY IiULLETIN.
Toduy.'Tho Hend Uullctln becomes
a dally newspaper. In a wuy, a com
munity ceases to bo JubI a towu and
boeomrs BomothlnK of a city when It
posscses a dally newspaper. And It Is
becnuso llend 1.4 forging ahead ho
successfully that wo venture to make
We aro Immeasurably pleased.
Tho pleasure Is not simply because
tho stop means a larger business.
It In a sort of doublo pleasure, nsldo
from commercial considerations:
first, because Tho Iiulotln has been
bo long a part of Hend and has la
bored so faithfully for. Jts upbuild
lug, sharing lean years and Its times
of prosperity, that it Is wonderfully
gratifying to feol at last that wo aro
nil out of tho woods with big things
aafo und suro before us; and, sec
ondly, bucauso thero novor wcro
npwspapor men In tho world, whoso
hpartfl aro really In their work, who
haven't looked forward to tho tlmo
when thoyioan havo tho satisfaction
of producing a dally newspaper.
'That Is ouo sldo of It. Tho othor
la not so satisfactory. A goodly
number of men who know tho dally
newspaper gamo, nnd know It right
hero In Oregon, warn uh that a dally
may bo a losing venture In Horn) for
some tlmo to r.omu. They point to
ihn fiirt thnt not onn dally In hIx,
and In towns lurgor than llend, inako
Hut mmichow, Hend Is different
from nny other town wo know. It
does thlngH which other towns can't.
It Iihh Unit soil of people which
make progress possible. And that
Is why Hend Ih llend, anil why Hend
Ih bound to become u real Hlxoitlilo
city. So wo am banking on llouil
being able to Hiipport a dally news
paper, and wo shall do our level best
to glvo It a dally with which Its
people may be satisfied and which
will go forth as unotluir testimonial
to the HUbstniitlal prosperity anil
progreHstvciiess of lliu community.
Frankly, wo don't expect to make
any money from the dally. We shall
bp satisfied If It pnys Its way for the
first year or so, and nothing more.
Hut even that won't be an easy task.
It Ih surprising how much actual
money Is required to run a dally.
Of course wo can't Blurt out with a
very large paper, but wo aro arrang
ing to make It thoroughly good and
have equipped It with the best ser
vice and features obtainable for
smaller nfteruoou newspapers, And
Just as fiiBt as the business IncreaseB
wo will Increase the site and the
scope of tliu paper.
HccaiiHO wo want, above ovory
everythlng else, to build up a really
worth-while newspaper, no profits
(even If available' will be taken fiom
the enterprise for some years to
como, and every cent received will
go back Into the paper. That, of
course, Isn't Just unselfishness; it
Ih simply wlsu business, for later ou
a good newspaper will bo worth con
ducting. Hut also, a good paper,
now nnd In the future, will be help
ful to tho town,, and what Is- good
for the community In such a way Is
good for every business man and
laud owner In It,
Ho we aro commencing our dally
with the belief that we can make It
u creditable one nnd still "break
even," and confident that It will io
colvo the support .and approval of
the community. Naturally, wo hope
that livery loyal Header will become
a subscriber, and of Hend ndvertls
ersj our only request is that they
will ho as discerning nnd consistent
patrons of tho columns of the dally
uh they have been of tho weekly.
Tho Commercial club committee
should go after that federal building
with a vim. Head deserves It just
as much, nnd more, than many com
munities which have been favored.
Second Annual Community Tree Will
Ho ItiK Feature for Jmcnllcs
Bond, with several hundred raoro
rMMrcn than It had last year, is
going to plan for a much bigger nnd
hotter Christmas this year, and with
this In view, tho committees recent
ly appointed by Mrs. C. S. Hudson,
chairman of tho Hend Benevolent
association, aro already beginning to
lay plans for tho second annual com
munlty Christmas tree, which will
bo held Saturdny evening, December
That Hend should havo a bigger
and better colebrntlon than last year
la tho concensus of opinion of many
of tho members of tho general com
mittee. . Tho city has boon more
nrosnerous. thero will ..kcly bo a
keener Christmas feeling, and It Is
hoped to glvo tho children of tho
vicinity one big feast for their eyes
Because thoro is n far larger num
bcr of children in this locality than
last year, who will havo to bo in
cluded in tho plans of tho coming
Christmas tree, the committees aro
going to havo to conduct n more clan
orato campaign, nnd provldo In much
larger quantities than last year. It
Is oxpected thnt tho committee will
raise approximately $500 with which
to provldo Christmas cheer.
Tho communities that will havo
charge of tho Community Tree festiv
ities this year nro: Finance, II, C.
Hartrauft, Mrs. C. S. Hudson, Mrs.
N. G. Davis, Miss Esther Moore nnd
Prof. F. Thordnrson; program, Mrs,
C. V. Silvia, Mrs. Ashley Forrest nnd
Mrs. II. M. Qrclunr; Christmas tree,
A. Whlsnant, T. II. Foley. It. W.
Sawyer, II. J. Ovorturf nnd T. A.
McCnnn; gifts, MrH. Harry K.
Brooks, Mrs. Harper W. Skuse, Mrs.
Archlo Myers and Mrs. Ward Coblo;
poor families, Mrs. J. I). Davidson,
Mrs. J. P. Koycs nnd Mrs. II. Norton.
The Store is Charged With It It meets you the moment you enter the Store
in every section at every turn- it's in the atmosphere- It's the real Christmas
spirit the real joy of giving it is unmistakable inspiring contagious come
join the throngs in this Christmas Store. Its Service is wholly for YOU. It off
ers attractions for old and young-It makes shopping an exquisite pleasure.
New stock, all sizes, just received Nifty new
styles for any member of the family Grandpa
and Grandma, too.
Ladies' Felt Slippers, all wanted colors, at
....$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00
Men's Felt Slippers $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.75, $3.00
Children's 5i to 8 sizes 90c
Children's 8yto 11 sizes 95c
Children's lV2 to 2 sizes $1.00
For Man, Woman and Child.
Children's Boxed Handkerchiefs....20c, 25c, 35c
Ladies' Boxed Handkerchiefs....75c, $1.25, $1.50
Men's Plain Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, at
-.., 25c, 35c, 50c
New Fancies in Colored Embroidered Hand
kerchiefs at 25c, 35c, 50c
Fine Hand-Embroidered Handkerchiefs, at
'. 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
MEN'S MACKINAWS What more pleasing
gift for a man? New stock, all sizes
priced $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, $10.00
Boys' $5.00, $6.50, $7.00, $7.50
5i . - -
New stock of the .latest anil tastiest styles
shown here, at 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Temperatures Pull .Minimum
for Month Down.
With extrcmo low temperatures
nbout tho mlddlo of tho month, un
usual for this tlmo of year, tho mean
minimum temperature for the mouth
of November wns lower than for
many years pnst. Tho exact flguro
Is 1(1,5 degrees and the men umnx
Imum 47.1, making tho mean 31.3.
The highest temperature reached
was 770 dcgrccH on thu first, and
tho lowest threo below, ou tho 13th.
Thero were hIx and a halt Inches
of Hiiowfull during the month and
u total precipitation of .SI Inches.
Clear days were In tho majority,
with in, uh aguhiHt eight cloudy and
7 partly cloudy.
Thu dully teniporatures and char
actur of diiy wuru as follows:
MEN'S SOX of Fiber Silk, in all wanted
colors, at 25c pair; Pure Silk 50c
Cashmere Hose at 25c, 35c, 50c
Give mother a Regal Mop for her Christmas
Mop and Bottle Cedar Polish, now 50c
Holiday Comforts and Blankets
New stock just arrived.
New Silkoline Comforts, at $2.50 and $3.00
New Satten Quilted Comforts $3.50 and $5.00
New Wool-Filled Comforts, at....$5.00 and $8.50
Eiderdown Comforts, at $8.50
Plaid Bed Blankets, at $3.75 and $4.00
Pink, Blue, Tan, and Grey Plaids.
TOYS and DOLLS the unbreakable kindsno war prices here COME, and compare our prices and see what
you can ave. You may mate your choice from a lartfe and well (elected itoclt of the latest Toys shown MAKE YOUR CHRIST
MAS MONEY DO ITS FULL DUTY-A LITTLE INVESTIGATION CAN HURT NO ONE BUSINESS IS THE
BUSINESS OF BUYING WHERE YOU CAN BUY THE CHEAPEST AND BEST.
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING CO.
THE STORE WITH THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT.
Date Max. Mlu Char. Day
1 70 22 I't. Cloudy
2 OS 20 Cloudy
3 (17 28 I't. Cloudy
4 68 20 I't. Cloudy
r 41 1C Cloudy
38 15 Cloudy
7 39 17 Cloudy
8 37 14 Clear
9 34 10 Clear
10 31 S Clear
11 30 9 Clear
12 37 2 Clear
13 38 3 Clear
1 41 5 Clear
IT. 48 S Clear
16 61 10 Clear
17 47 9 Clear
18 45 8 Clear
19 CI 13 Cloudy
20 42 9 Cloudy
21 C4 14 Cloudy
22 60 10 Clear
23 61 13 Clear
24 64 11 Clear
26 6S 28 I't. Cloudy
2C 50 29 I't. Cloudy
27 4S 30 Cloudy
2S 47 27 Clear
29 60 32 I't. Cloudy
30. . .. 64 37 I't. Cloudy
31. . .. 61 30 i't. Cloudy
Save Malheur Lake
There Is plenty of land In this
country awaiting development. It
Is not necessary yet to drnln nny
lakes In order to get more laud.
HuppoBo wo duvoto our energies to
thu development of the lands sur
rounding tho lake nnd preserve the
lake. Crane Amorlcnn.
No Higher l'rlco for Tills.
While food and clothing hnve ad
vanced in cost, It is well for the sick
that tho prices of such reliable fam
ily remedies as Foley Kidney I'llls
are not Increased. Foloy Kidney
I'llls cost little and roltovo backache,
pnlus In sides nnd loins, sore mus
cles, stiff joints, rheumatic pains and
bladder trouble. Sold ovorywhoro.
estnto of Itnhert H. Henkle, deceased.
All persons having claims against
said estate nro hereby required to
present the samo, duly verified, with
proper vouchers, within hIx mouths
from tho date of this notice, to said
administrator, at IiIh offlre In thu
Log Cabin building, in Ileud, Crook
Dated nnd first published this 6th
day of December, 191C.
O. t IIENKLB. Administrator.
REDMAN & MOORE.
Attorneys for Administrator.
NOTin-; of school election
Notice Is hereby given to tho legal
voters of School District Numbor
Twelve, of Crook county, Stnto of
Oregon, that a special school election
or said District will bo held at tho
Held school house In Hend, Crook
county, Oregon, In said District, ou
tho 21st day of December. 191 C, for
tho following purposo, to-wlt:
To vote upon the question of auth
orizing tho Hoard of Directors of
said District, in tho namo and upon
the behalf of said District, to contract
a debt, by borrowing money, or oth
erwise, not to exceed flvo per cent
of thu vnluo of tho tuxablo property
of said District, to tho amount of
Ten Thousand Dollars (110,000), for
tun purposo of raising (uuds with
which to build nnd equip n school
building in and for said District, and
Issuo negotiable, Intorest-bcarlng
w-arrauts, and fix tho time of pay
ment of samo, of said District, evi
dencing such debt.
Datod this 6th day or December,
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 12,
II. M. SMITH, Chairman,
Attest: H. J. OVERTURF, Clerk.
FOK YOUR NEXT SUIT
Sco DICK TFe Tailor
All Kinds of
GLEANINO AND PRESSING
Phono lllack 1481
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that tho
County Court of the State of Orogon,
for Crook county, has appointed O.
C, Ileuklo as administrator of tho
Golden West Coffee
Gilbert b Son
The only store In Bond
whero you can get your gro
ceries nnd meats at the samo
l'liono ReU S71
The Dream Theatre
That Its Formal .Opening
will be held in the new theatre in the O'Kane building-
SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9
and will offer as its initial picture
Under Two Flags
A remarkable, thrilling, and intensely human pic
turization of Algerian army life. Theda Bara ap
pears in this film in an entirely different role than
any other in which she has ever appeared.
IN ADDITION A well prepared and carefully se
lected program will be given by prominent and tal
ented local people, with a six-piece orchestra, which
has prepared special music for this particular oc
casion. YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE
O'KANE BUILDING :
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