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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1916)
THE DKND BULLETIN, DKNI), OHE., WEDNESDAY, DKCKMBKR 0, lOlfl.
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nightly and special music will bo
played for tho ovenlngs.
Tho funds roallzod from tho car
nival wilt ba expended by tho lodgo
In tho remodeling of tho building
now occupied by tho Dream Thoatro
on Bond street, which will bo tho fu
turo lodgo and club rooms for tho
mombcrs of tho ordor.
Took tho Hurt Out of Hop Back.
Mrs. Anna Dyrd, Tuscumbla, Ala.,
writes: "I was down with my back
so I could not stand up moro than
half tho tlmo.""" Foloy Kidney Tills
took all tho hurt out." Ithoumatlc
pains, swollen ankles, backacho, Btlff
Joints and sloop disturbing bladder
ailments inuicato disordered kldnoys
and bladder trouble. Adv.
MUSIC STARTS NEXT
The Hippodrome to H the Scene of
Jolly Wcfk, Under the Aiioplrt'H
of liociil IxjiIko Knn and
I'oollilincfs to I'reull.
Suvcral thousand pooplo arc ex
pected to ontcr the doors of tbo Hip
podrome, beginning neat Monday ev
ening und continuing until Saturday
evening, on the occasion of tho big
Moose carnival, to bo given under
tho hUHplci'B of tbo Loyal Ordor of
run, frolic and foolishness will
prevail during the entire six nights.
Tho event will liuvc tho nature of a
cross Iwtwucu Uiirnum & Ilnlley and
I tin New Orleans Murdl Gras. The
room will bo gaily decorated, and
theie will bo tbo call of the wares
of the booth auctioneers becoming
to a street fair. Tho plan of the
eommlttop, I'ompoHPil of E. J. Selra
Hen, A. C. Heed. Myron H. Syraons,
nni Hoy Meniiseo, Is to huvo some
thing doing every mlnuto for tho
people to attend, and to havo some
thing different every night.
To (Jlw Awny Prize.
I'oid automobiles, valuable sad
dles, diamond rings, will bo given
uwoy to the holders of lucky tickets.
These, prizes aro tho full value of
what they aro represented.
Kltibornto booths will bo erected
tho latter part of this week and there
will bo many of them nt which n
lurge variety of useful articles will
lid sold. Nothing will bo spared to
give tho people, who attend this cor
nlvul, tlm worth of tho money they
expend, and In addition, plenty of
provocation to laugh at tho sights
that will bo offered.
Special dispensation linn been giv
en to tho I.lbraby club to conduct
n booth for the sale of various ar
ticles, Tho booth spaco has been
given free by tho Moose. The ladles
will sell cooked foods, toys, period
icals und useful Christmas gifts.
One of the big features of tho
carnival will ho the Jitney dance, for
which a special space will bo ar
ranged. Tho dunce will ho conducted
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Ijafcuiife.. 7W .asffliMaiialE'!
WAYS THAT MONEY SPENT
FOR RED GROSS SEALS HELP
Six nro Listed by tho Association
Thnt In Making Fight Against
Hero aro six ways In which tho
money you spend for Red Cross
ChrlstmaB Seals may bo used:
(1) Tuberculosis patients who
aro In need of food, clothing, sana
torium euro or other necessities may
(2) A visiting nurso may bo en
gaged to go out to tho homes of tho
poor and glvo Instruction and advice
on tho treatment and prevention of
tuberculosis. She Is a most valuablo
educational and provontlvo agency.
(3) A Bpeclal campaign for a city
or county hospital may bo carried
on, and tho community thcroby In-
Kf JM U KBI S
Opening th Stubborn Knlft.
Docs your penknife blade rcfus to
open? Here Is a certain and easy
method of bringing It to terms.
l'lnce one corner of jour bundker
chic' over the buck of tho stubborn
blndond wind the rest of it tightly
around J)o knife. Hold tho opposite
corner between the first nnd second
nngai-s of our right band (If you are
right bandeau and throw the Wnlfc from
you with soihp bih-uI. Go over nnd
pick it up nnd Jou will Ami tho blade
opened. I hne Vt to find n knife bo
rusty that It will no yield to this treut
mont, nnd-lt does snve the t huuib nulls.
(Continued from Papoj.)
load of wheat Monday.
llov. Blnlr preuched at the Clot '
dale Bchool house Sunday afi...si
Mr. Heard and Mr. Miller t.
Af Tnl.l. r.v.nn. 1.. . 1 I
"Is he a religious man
"I guess so."
''Does ho no to church?"
"I don't think he over goes hlmsclft.
but ho never kicks on his wlfo going
when she wants to." Detroit Frea
Advice Is not disliked because It Is
advice, but because so few people know
how to give IL Leigh Hunt
At the Movies
Petlto, pretty Ann Pennington, tho
popular mimical comedy favorite,
contributes u distinctly new tpye of
screen charudorlzutlnn of life behind
tho footlights vs. the vlllngo, "Suslo
Snowflnko." Thero Is something Ir
resistibly appearing about tho be
witching little heroine of this unln.110
photoplay, and as "Susie" Miss Pen
nington hits caught nil the charm and
pl(unncy of tho llltln dancer who
scandalizes her maidenly aunts and
sets her homo village agog when she
brings her Ilrondvvny Ideals Into the
community. Hut there Is a lot of
real character and unswerving loy
ulty in "Susie," us she proves when
she Is put to tho test. To make tho
Interest of this picture complete,
thorn Is a lover- it real one and
another chap who hopes to win Su
sIo'h lovo through his money-bags,
and nu old rnscal who mistakes Suslo
for nu unsophisticated little (lulling
until she convinces him thnt it Is
emphatically otherwise This film
will bo shown tonight.
Thursday nnd Friday, tho fourth
chapter of tho "Lass of tho Lumber
Lands," will bo shown, with n Uni
versal drama, "Tho Caravan." Sat
urday another of tho Carter Del lav
en comodies, "From tho Hoguo's
Gallery." There wilt also ho shown
n U-boat series entitled, "King Hug
got, tho Captain of tho Typhoon,"
To ho 11 clown was tho boyhood
ambition of Victor Moore, and when
a small hoy ho run away from homo
and Joined a circus, nnd for tho gi
gantic sum of five dollars por week
nnd hoard, was permitted to wear
tho clown uniform In tho parade In
the morning and sell peanuts to tho
audiences In the afternoon. Mr.
Moore's circus ciiicer lasted for three
weeks, when his father finally locat
ed iiim and after n brief wood-shed
confeieuco, drovo nil dcslro for cir
cuit life out of tho young man's' head.
Hut his ambition Is realized now, and
he wilt bo seen In tliu thrilling pho
todramn, "Tho Clown." This plcturo
will bo shown Sunday and Monthly
nights. This story of the saV'dust
circle Is said to be superior to oven
his Immortal "Chlmmlu Fnddun" plcturo.
YOU WILL LIKE OUR NEW SERIAL
' iM3k v By
MARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS,
the author of
$1 It is a spirited,
quick moving dra
matic story, deft
in touch, gay with
humor, strong with
Her father had called her "Daredevil."
She was tall for a woman and broad
of houldcr. Her trenet clipped, tho
apparel of a young man tecured,
and Roberta, the marquise, becomes
Robert Carruthers, a gay, itout
hearted maiquerader. And then
romance, intrigues, plots, dancing un
der tho radiant southern moon, rides
in the mountains with that flower of
southern chivalry, the governor of
Uarpetli, and in the end lovo!
One of the
Big Six Serials
Beginning in this week's issue of The Bulletin on page 14
duced to nssumo its shnro of tho
tuberculosis burden. Thus your
money Is multiplied manyfold.
(4) A dispensary may bo main
tained where patients nnd their fam
ilies mny call for freo advlco and
(C) Open air achonlit nnd frenh
nlr classes may bo started, where
boys and girls who hnvo tuberculosis
or nro threatened with It may bo
built up In body and mind.
(0) nduentlonal work wilt bo
done to show tho entire community
men, women nnd chlldron thnt tuber
culosis can ho cuied and provontcd.
Kvory lied Cross Seat Is n bullot
In tho fight ngnlnst tuborculosls.
CARD OK THANKS
Wo wish to express to oilr friends
and neighbors our deepest thankB
for their many kindnesses during
tho sickness nnd nt tho ttmo of tho
doath of our (laughter, Sophlo Mario.
Mil, AMI MUH. CUliK U. SMITH
rs. John Fryrear left MotJ
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OUYU..H ui iuu v,iuvurume yj-I
peoplo nro practicing dialogue,?!
ma uouuuii tmu un ucccmtier is
Mr. Andrus Is recovering tu U
ns couui uu uajui;ii;u.
Thero will bo a sunnor t
Bchool houso Decorabor 15 (onc2
en ciuo uiKiiw iowuru raising xu
for Chrlstman exercises.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilt and Mr
Mrs. Dennis nnd a. fow young f,v.r
., Ulatnra nllnnil tlm nn....i. a
Ul w.Ofc.M, hb..u ..u V.UU11L11 ,
J Friday night. 1
t iui. jittiiviit.u buiu u vtry iBti
csfii,nB taiK-iriuay nigiu, alter Wf
timrnUa'ns a short program. I
HnrvettCy""' ,0' I,Pr1,noT!,l. J
in rioveryaI loBt Wednesday. '
Qeorgo C?n?U8 wcnt t0 te J
iasi Tursuay, nr ft "mti
You nro Just as welcome to look
nround nnd nsk.qucstlons ns If you
ennio to buy. You'll probably buy
Inter on, nt Stockmon'a Cc, 10c, lGc,
2i"c Store. Adv.
you know the
ing that follows
a cup of good
Golden West Coffee
is "Just Right"
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORK, ETC.
Leave orJtn tl
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