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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1917)
HNND IIUM.KTIN, JIKND, OIlKflON.TIIUHUDAY, MAY 10, 1017
BEND TO HAVE
M. W. A. STATE CAMP
HERE IN 1920.
R. D. Gllaon, Central OrcRon Dclrgntc
to 1m Grnndo 8owlont Wlm
Fntlcnml Meeting l Splto
of Heavy Opposition.
(From Frlday'B Dally.)
Through tho work of K. D. Ollson.
delcgato to tho stato camp of tho
Modern Woodmen of America, which
fust concluded Its triennial session
at La Grande, Bend will havo the.
privilege of cntortalnlnB delegates
from all over tho stato at tho next
camp, to be held in 1920. Incident
ally, Bend will be tho place of meet
ing for tho county camp to be held
In April Just before tho stato camp,
for tho purposo of picking delegates.
Mr. Ollson was representative at
tho state camp from Crook and Des
chutes counties, and left Bend for
La Grando early In tho week, with
tho avowed purposo of securing tho
bl$ convention for Bend three years
from now. Last night ho returned
from tho convention city after hav
ing obtained for this city Its first big
Tho only other city which competed
strongly for the honor, Mr. Gllson
said, was Seaside and In this direc
tion, competition was keen. Cnrotul
organization, however, finally won
tho day for Central Oregon.
Mr. Gllson Is earnest In desiring
Sack of every success is a cause for
45 years infinite pains in manu
facturing and determination never
to cheapen quality has spelt suc
TkeLanpher Hat $350
For S.le by A. L. FRENCH, Gent". Furni'.nintf.
that tho Woodmen of Bend should
commence as early as possible to
mako plans for tho entertainment of
tho stato camp, Tho convention hero
will mean that from 300 to 500
Woodmen will visit tho city, aud
wlhlo he Is enthusiastic In pralso of
tho entertainment afforded by Ln
Grande, ho is anxious that Bond shall
show tho visitors an oven more pleas
ant thrco days, In 1920.
BEND SEWERS GIVEN
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Bond's sowers were given their
annual cleaning today, and Charles
Brown, who was in chargo of tho
work, reported that sticks, rocks and
other material tending to clog up tho
pipes, was being taken out In consid
INCUKASK OK ! t'KNTH 1'KU
IN K1TKCT AH iW MAY 1
KM1M.OVKH TO 11KNKKIT
Jl'HTMKNTH AUK MAUH.
(From Monday's Dally.)
effect as ot tho first of May. Kvery
employ u ot tho company will benefit
by tho Increuiio oxcopt those whoso
wages havo recently boon raised and
those who are working under con
tract. In tho cano of tho latter tho
company will ntnka adjustments
whclh will glvo tho benefit ot tho
Tho action ot tho Urooks-Bcanlon
company In increasing wages at this
time Is wholly voluntary, according
to u statement tnndo by an official
this morning. No request tor a raise
has boon mado by tho men, tho action
being taken wholly In vlow ot tho
Increased cost of living.
(From Monday's Dally.)
An Increase In wages of 25 cents. ?', '' .' , 7, v r
... i appointed a director ot tho North
n day for all wago earners In their wegl Tourlil n8iocnton which has
amploy was announced by tho i charge tho campnlgn to bring tour-Brooks-Scanlon
Lumber Co. this Ists to tho Pacific Northwest, A, V.
morning Tho now wago will go Into Todd, of Victoria, II. C , Is president
I ill J milJliju I
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InJUl 7rg fr Evtry
will Nttd f p,ut ani
flm 'Nobby" 'Chain'
jiff I 'Royal Cord'- '
mllll 'Ute 'PlaM
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United States Tubtt UlIllTl
and Tlr Accenorlti wn
J lave' til the Sterling U w
Worth and Wear that kfclll
Make Untied States IU Ull
Tires Supreme, illlil
Make Us Responsible
For Your Tires
You don't have to "shop" among tire dealers to
get the exact tire you want,
. nor buy one make of tire for your rear wheels
and another make for your front wheels;
but you can get exactly the tires which will give
you the lowcst'Cost'permile of service among the five
different types of United States Tires.
And then you can hold one company the United
States Tire Company responsible for the result,
which is much simpler than trying to fix the re
sponsibility on two tire companies through two dif
There are five to choose from,
one for every need of price and use,
and every one a tire of supreme service and
United States Tires
Are Good Tires
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tHSUR ISN'T MW TOBnCCO
OEW-n CUT CHKWINft
0F OUR Mill MM! CHATipiP J
- run unwmnnr v
yOU'RB RI4HTIT7 ITODACCQ
V t, A TOWIJCUT,
I riununiiirmi y. ..
yOU'ltB RI4HTA-7 ITODACCO 1
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THERE'S as much diflcrenco between tobaccos na
there is between Btirfar canes tlio moro sap tbcrols
in tho leaf to start with, tho longer it tokos before tho
last drop of floodncss is used up. WD CUT is shred
ded; so that tbo tatlifaction, stored in tho rich, sappy
tobacco, comes along easy, without so much chewing.
When you chew W-ll CUT, you aro chcwintf tobacto.
Ml ty WETHAN-BKUTON C0HPAHT, 1107 Br.4j, H.w TV Cif
of, thn association aud Horbort Kuih
bort, of Victoria, secretary. Oronoii
officers aro Kmery Oliustead, vlro
prcsldunt; J. C. Alnsworth, trenn
uror; and luvuibiirn of the board of
directors for Oregon, It. K, Hcott,
Hood Itlver; J. II. Knko, Kurouo;
J. A. Lntta, Medford, J, W. Hlnineus,
Klamath Falls; It. W, Hiiwyor, Ilotul;
lien W. Olcott, Hnlum, and Mark
Kor farm land loans sco J. Ilynn
& Co. Adv.
COUNTY TKYQUTS FOR
Tlirro l"rt)in (Iriulc HcIiimiU uf llriitl,
mill Tlirffl IViiiii Itriliiioiul Will
Itriirrncut Ih'M-liutrM May III
(From Monday's Dally.)
County tryouts for Krado eutrnnts
In tho declamation content to bo held
In Iletid on May 19 In connection "With
the Central OrnKini track and fluid
moot, were held Katurdny afternoon
UP THE HOUSE
In llmlmotul. Thrco from llond nmt
three from llodmoiul uunllflrd. In
tho primary dirlilnn, llnluu Haiifonl,
of Itedmond, was flrsl, and Mary
llonnott, of Ilouil, second. Alllu
1'owoll, of llend, took flrsl and ()r
vlllo llradloy, of Itedmond, souond, tit
tho intermediate division, and Hazel
WrlKht. of Uedmoud, first, and I'nul
Koynolds, of itodmoiul, second, lit
tho grammar illvlslon,
Thosn wlnultiK first and srcoiiil
places will bo tho contestants In lhi
Control Oregon competition.
A try out may bo hold In Jeffwrson
county this wcok, but plans havo not
been fully dutormlnud on.
Boo J. Ityan ft Co., for farm land
Kor sign palutlng soo Kdwards.-
wiri.ii om:an youk links,
CIXyrilEH, HIMC IlItF-HH, Ktc.
"I'UT YOUK I)UI)H IN OUll HUlMi"
Bend Steam Laundry.
and nnr cijsanino
KooflnK of ull kinds. Hujmlrlnif
J. A. HacCLOSKEY
Cornlcort und SkyllKhts.
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORK. ETC.
Lrr of dm l
J. A. EA5TES OFFICC
No Want Too Big
No Want Too Small
That BAUER'S GROCERY
Can't Fill for You
Anil deliver promptly anil In tlio lxt condition. Our
Krocerlcs, produce, fruit nrn nhwiys frcrdi. Onr sanitary
rfrlcrtor counter kec(xi our ilnlry (hhIucIm cool nnil
fresh. Itcst prices In cannctl ko1s of tho bcal bruui.
Wall Street. Nesr Ohio
Pl.cn. ReJ 161
JAY H. DOHIIIN. Prcaidont
HGNIIY h. COUHBTT, Vlco Pros.
J. C. AINBWOIITII, Vlco I'res.
R. F. HOY, Troamirer
H. 0. HI'KNCICIt. Secretary
K. W. IIUMHIJ:, Gn. Mur.
Wool Warehouse Co.
Advances Made on Wool,
WB BUY NO WOOL
Jay II. Dobbin Henry L. Corbott nJorth JTOrtland
C. C. Colt H. N. fltanflohl
j. c. Alnsworth W. P. Dlckoy
B, W. Ilumblo