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The Bend Bulletin
DES6HUTES INVESTMENT CO. ANDIIB FIRST
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
The Higher Level of Prices
" T 3.r .-
Is Now Upon Us
GEOUOi: I'ALMBlt PUTNAM
nOllf&RT W. SAWYER
FRED A. WOI3LFLEN
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for the square dent, olean busi
ness, clean politics and tho best In
forests of llcVid and Contrnl Oregon. J
Ono Year $1 50
Six Months 75
Threo Months .50
TlllRSBAY, Al'Rlli t, 1017.
So groat have bcon tho Increases,
in tho prlco. jof news paper and other .Viuit dotation f tho new building f tho l)ccliutv ImrtittiMMit t. (door
matcrlnls In the past two years that wny nml building to left), now under construction tin Oregon street mli
newspapers all over tho country have Joining the present KlrM Nntlonnl llunk building (to right of doorway),
been forced to adopt tho strictest The Dcschutc county court room iiml county office Mill occupy tho
economics in order to meet the rising greater portion of the occoiitl floor of the new building,
costs. Somo newspapers have rn-'
duccd their Bite, some have Increased
their subscription rate, some have'
gone out of business. Tho Bulletin
has, during all this time, maintained
tho unusual size, for a country week
ly, of 12 pages, on two occasions
even going to 1G pages. Today, with
the country at war, our leaders call
ing for economy In every possible
form, and tho prlco of papor threat
ening n still further advance, tho
weekly edition of The Bulletin Is re
duced to eight pages.
Prom Tuesday's Dally.)
Tho Dond Water, Light & Powor
Co. has concluded arrangements with
tho Western Klccric Co., Inc., of
FIGHT FOR U. S.
O.-W. OFFICIALS HERE
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
PARENTS' CONSENT HE HAH
THREE COUSINS SERVING IN
PrnNe Arrnngrinenttt Made lu Ad-
nnco for Prepared liens Cnr.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Accompanying tho O. A, C -O. W
R. & N. food preparedness car, Traf
fic Manager K. W. Ilohlnsnu and
boginntng i nn... nPrlviwi In Tinmi int iiicht. i General Passenger Agent William
.l lu I A . . 1 " "'I
... o , PJ, X. lnun5,un: I passed an cotcetlont physical oxamlna-
oiuruu,p win i, ui i.io uuuu . .1-., nn,i nnti.il nt onro n the
I 1'nlted States navy. He declared that
.his father and mother, althouch
TK n mrn I iiaiplnn nnnttla n ml
Portland, and the Hughes Electric thu C0U8,H of lhroo 8oMlora , tho
Heating Co., manufacturers of tho i A.,ri ,,.. ,..i,n .. nnu. nn.ivn
Hughes Electric range, to conduct a' BOrvlc0( Josoph Muragkn( of Fort
series of demonstrations boglnnlng i nMk nrrivn.i in rt,,.i tn.t ,.i..i,t i
vlco nt once. Ueforo ho loft, Mr
llrooks stated that ho would take
his examination In San Francisco, to
obtain a commission and, It accept
ed, ho would eutor tho Rorvlco of tho
United States at once.
Mr. Urooks was a member' of the
Minnesota National Guard, In the ar
tillery, and did service during tho
years 1900 to 1907. Mr. llrooks
hopes to obtain hts commission nt
once and If ho Is successful will re
main In San Frnnclsco.
Don't put off your buying thinking that you may do butter later,
chance to do bettor, as prices are going up with a bound. There
ue no advances on present stocks, but what will wo do and what
you do about future goods?
Regardless of existing conditions, tills store is maintaining its
erne low prices on nearly everything in stock in fact our prices
now lower than eastern wholesale prices, and its useless to imag
anything but higher prices.
make the prediction that within ninety days the market will
be bare of nearly all manufactured cotton, woolen or leather gqods.'
Each afternoon from 2:30 until 4
o'clock, numerous and dainty viands ' gomewhat reluctant to lot him leave
will bo cooked electrically to how homef nBd no 80rup,08 because of
wio DU,.rioruj 01 ciecmc cuumhk the(r nitlve ,,, virtually at war
over coal, wood or gas. Iwt the UnltC(1 8tatMi
In commenting on the flold that charlM McCulley, of Silver Lake,
this city presonts for tho promotion who carae ,n wlth younB Muraska,
. . 8 .CCpnom . ,nnd 8an,tnry I completed an even hnlf dozen, who
method of preparing the meals, Mr. ,oU ,agt nght for Portland, to be
Cooley, representing the tt ostern I glven tholr flnnl oxnmnation and
Electric Co.. said, "Tho people of gont to 10 nava, tralnlnB carap at
Bend aro to be congratulated on be- iSan Kranc8C0. Tho four others were
Ing able to enjoy electrical cooking . Kml D KnKnt, of Bcn,i: William
rates from their powor company that n inn. Luther n. Orr. and Paul v.
Fawcett, of La Pine.
electricity an, economical, if not at
less coat than coal or wood. Wo do
not promoto tho electric range In
territories having a cooking rato of
over four cents per kilowatt, and It Is
Corporal Charles Davis, recruiting
officer for tho army, sent out five
aviation recruits this morning. They
were John D. Colo, Walter C. Ilccs-
ley, and Sam Glenn, of Bend; Guy
Indeed a pleasure to conduct educa-i Powen, of Madras, and William V
uouaj worn in a community wnere i rjarney, of Prlnovllle.
tho rates aro as low as at Bend. I
"Your cooking rate hero is three , ....... . ,r .
cents per kilowatt for the first lOOiGILMAN SAlS CARS
used, and one cent for all over 200
kilowatts used during any month.
"Bend has made a dcop impres
sion with me. Everything appears
new and up to date, new residences
are to bo seen wherever one looks and
I cannot help but feel that the ladles
will want to know all about the mod
ern way of conducting their kitchen
by cooking electrically."
The new Western Electric Portable
. TO BE.PLENTIFUL
' (Orogon Journal.)
L. C. Gllman, president of the S.
P. & S. Company, who returned this
morning from a routine business trip
to St. Paul, boos some relief in tho
car shortage situation within the next
"I don't wish to pose as a prophet
..(, m..in- n.i .ii..Vand then fall down on my predlc-
in tho natlonal'magazlnes, will also I l,,on'" lA, ,hc', "but, ,f h,Rh ,W?lT
be shown. This machine weighs but Joes not interfere. I am confident
23 pounds, can be can led from room
to room and placed on the top shelf
-when not In use. An electric motor
and control are embodied in Its manufacture.
William P. Setak to C. O. Boynton,
deed to 40 acre traot In section 17,
township 14 south, range 13 east,
and to 40 acres In section 8, town
ship 14 south, range 13 east.
W. II. Staats to W. P. Downing,
deed to lots 3 and 4, block 2, Des
chutes, United States to Gilbert Ddiighen
baugh, patent to 320 aeres in cectlpn
23, township 20 south, range 16 eaut.
A. N. Jones to J. A. Bastes, deed
to part of lot 9, block 10, original
townslte of Bond.
Kenwood Promotion Co. to J. A.
wilson, deed to lot 2, block 21, Ken
wood. Northwest Townslte Co. to John
George Spenzer, deed to lot 13, block
9, First addition.
Northwest Townslte Co. to Georgo
A. Crampton, deed to lot 3, block 32,
Northwest Townslto Co. to Waltor
Doberenz. deed to lot 12, block 18,
J. F, Lane to tho Bend Park Co.,
deed to acreage in section 3, town
ship 18 south, range 12 east.
considerable, more cars will bo com
ing into this section ut tho end of
two weeks' time."
Mr. Gllman was accompanied eait
by W. D. Skinner, traffic manager
of the North Bank, who also -o-turned
PHILIP BROOKS WILL
ASK FDR COMMISSION
(From Thursday's Dally,)
Philip R. Brooks left last night
for San Francisco to confer with
Major General .Boll, of tho Western
division of the" army, with the' view
to obtaining a commission in the ser-
McMurray. of the O.-W , wero In
Bond today. Thoy praised highly
the work of County Agriculturalist
Blnnchard In making ready for the
coming of the ear. and for his poster
on vegetable raising with tho table of
The railroad officials gavo nut
numbers of buttons bearing minia
ture American flags, during their
are not alarmists, but cannot too strongly urge the laying in
ipplies to last at least a year of extreme high prices, .and a great.. .
dearth of all kinds of wearables as well as eatables. . ;
Tho United States government, s calling for bids on immense
quantities of goods mobilizing its resources The supply is short,
and every sensible householder should have a reserve stock of the
common necessities. Markets have gone wild the past week, and most
wholesale houses have put a limit on the amount of goods sghl to a
store. Such are the exact conditions. Use your best judgment?
II. Smith Clothing Co.
The Fastest Growing Store in the State
GARDENING IS FINE
FOR BUSINESS MEN
Home Propamine" Adocnti Can
Dt-rho Doiihlu Relief It From
Ruck Yunl Funning.
By Citrl Vroomnn, L
(Assistant Secretary of Agricul
ture; member National Emergenoy
Food Gardon Commission.)
WASHINGTON, Dt.C., April 13
Now that wo understand what mn
o done with the back yard garden
tho next question tottuko up U how
to do It to get tho most out of our
labor. If cvoryono with a book yard
should plant a gardon in It, tho re
sult would put a big dent In the high
cost of living.
The city man has an hour or two
in the morning or an hour or two
In tho aftornoon after dinner Tho
oxerolse Is just what he needs, for
he will bo getting back to nature.
Tho outlay Is small for tho return
It wUI bring.
With a llttlo care, hero are some
of the vogotablos that can bo raised
In a back yard gardon, If tho Instruc
tions aro followed:
Beans, cabbage, parsnips, caull
flower, onions, lettuco, cucumbors,
peas, beets, carrots, radlshos, aspar
ngus. It will bo seen that In this
list are vegotabloa that aro command
ing record prices right now.
With prices tho way thoy aro, evoiy
available foot of ground should bo
made productive. In tho work tho
Interest of the children should ho
onllsted, for they ean holp, and In
helping, their minds will he directed
FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT
See DICK TEe TaJIor
All Kinds "pf
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Phone Black 1481
' isyn SPECIALIST, of Portland
VMS .Bend Monthly,
WatcluPaper for Dates,
or inquiro of
TIIORSON, TUB JEWELER
111 jgty JUST IN BOYS'
'111 llSj? Two Pants Suits
fHplP NORFOLK PATTBUNS
KViftym Flnost wool material- all Nonintt
Jvr"il tajiwl Kjieolal, suit, two pair
O jmntfl ...y $4.95
tC :E3?Rft. Boys' Novelty Mixed Colorfiulu
is pSP -Norfolk Patterns, spooiol
7t - 1 . c 4j
1 i i M I f1; f 49 J "T 1 1 1 1 1
ll Iv 1 Fine UHortmunt of boys' blouse
I M? II la lit waists in absolutely fast color
II IwmWWivw fabrics, light ond dork colors
jKTm 1t&L hjr'cIuI ...35o
JIM 1 lTvl. Boys' Cups in now styles und do-
Hill rrfftif I Sr signs', llluo Serge, mixed
fflljjijr et: 25c, 50c, 75o
1 i B H Shoos that aro leather Nup
I IIMI if IB HW , school shoos, hoavy soles.. $2. 95
I la Lf Ls '"
I f Wk W ' cyun & on Onaranteed J
I Mm Ilk shoos for iwys; button or Juco
I jll ji E Ttl. $2.75 to $3.55 HI
I Golden Rule Store
I 805 Wnll Street BEND, OREGON J
In a path that will he of value In
The avaraga back yard Is SOxSO
First clean It up. Oct those ashes
up out of tho cellar, and If tho re are
no paths about tho yard, uso somo
of the ashes to mnko them.
Bo sure tho paths aro straight.
Trenches should be dug along tho
paths 18 Inches deep to secure drain
age away from tho house It possible.
Tho soil thus found can be srnttervd
about tho yard and usod to fill de
pressions'. Put In these trenches the stones,
brokon bottles, bits of brick and the
crockery that may bo found. Iavn
Jhd trenches In this condition until
tho soil Is dry for spading, where the
good beds are to bo made,
The spade should bo driven deep
and the soil brokon fine In turning
It over. All tho stones found should
bo toHl Into the drainage ways.
Before the garden Is spaded give
It a good covering of manure and see
that it is turned under the soil. Then
rnko well, making tho soil as flue as
you can. This should be done In sec
tions abouo six feet wide across tho
gurden, so that the soil will not bo
packed down again by tramping on It.
STRAIIORN TO START
SOON AT KLAMATH
For sign painting sco Kdwnrtfs.-Adv.
Four chairs at your service at the
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adv.
(Klamath Ilecnrd )
That the money for construction
of Uiu Klamath Falls municipal mil
road Mill soon bo paid Into the city
treasury by Kpltzer, llorlck & Com.
puny and that Itobert K. Htrahorn
will Immediately commence construc
tion and rush tho work, wore Indi
cated In correspondence read anil
placed on file nt council .Monday
Tho declaration of wnr has created
no financial excitement und It Is
agreed that no bait effects will be
fell on tho Strahorn railroad matters.
In fact some hold that n flood of
money will bo thrown on tho country
and the roud Is needed as ti national
Gilbert (& Son
The only storo In Bend
whoro you can got your gro
ceries and moats at the samo
Phono Red 271
defense and propnri'dneiHi tneaifor.
by encouraging the production nf
fond stuffs over n wide section of
territory and facilitating tho iiihvm
inniit of troop and supplies by tott
nectlng the stub ends of ittl
To Our Patrons
Wo believe this store offers you
the most complete tines, the
greatest variety and tho most
dependable itialltles In high
grade diamonds and Jewelry,
fine, watches, sliver and gins.
We make n specialty of wed
ding Invitations nnd announcements.
Larson & Co.
Wntclinulm t JewtUri i OptkUni
143 OirgooSt. llEfJD, OREGON.
S14 iu ma smem clock
For you young men and young old men
who insist on being well dresaod without
spending all yoxr money"
Who want individuality in your, Spring
Who want stylo that assures good appear
anca and rjood taste
See the new Collegian Spring Suib
Inspect tho materials tho woave3 pat
terns try on your size and note tho effect.
Tho dothec nroblem la no problem
nt nil when you buy CollcQlan
16.50 to 35
Martin & Cashmaij