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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1917)
lUWD nULIiKTIN, IlKNO, OMXION, THUIIHUAV, JUNK H, tl17
News of the World
Tho nuwt noteworthy developments
ottlto western allied tront this weok
Is the remarkable advnuto of tho
JlrltlBh troops under Vlod Marshall
Sir DotiRtee llnlR, at Messlnos ridge,
hero din-leU- blows wore ntruck at
the Teutoujo Tront In this ndvnnee
th6 nrlmeu yielded effective work.
TIff Germans' counter attacks nie
reported to hnve been Monk and tholr
farces nre said to have boon disor
ganised Bine the heavy attack. HkJk
reports that the Ilrltlsh losses were
Tho Italian army Is believed to
have launched another offensive In
Trontlno. Tho Austrian forces must
mass quickly on tho Cnrso front to
hold oft the Italian advance.
Shortage of ships suitable for mil
itary purposes constitutes the big
problem before America's war chiefs.
Sending men is said to constltuto a
small part of tho problem. In as
much as men must be supplied with
proper equipment. Tho government
will confine Its scndiuR of ruon to
Europe to small units of well trained
Lord Northcllffe, publisher of tho
London Times and other English
publications, reached New York last
Monday, Lord Northcllffe comes to
America to co-ordlnato work of var
ious Ilrltlsh organizations already
Tho government will soon ask Con
gress for five or sis hundred million
dollars to develop American aero
planes. A separate aeroplano depart
ment may bo created to carry out
this work It Is estimated that tho
government nt Its training stations
can train about 6000 raou for this
branch of service In. six weeks to two
months. It Is said that the United
States can rendor Its best service In
The plan hy which men registered
for draft jtill be sifted out by ex
emption boards Is almost complete.
Registration boards will consist of
the shorlff, county cleric and county
The Agricultural committee of the
Senate agreed on a drastic measure
whereby tho manufacture of spirit
ods, vinous and malt liquors will be
prohibited during the war. Under
the proposed bill tho President has
power to commandeer nil liquors In
bond, If It is thought necessary tor
military, munitions or hospital pur
poses. Most rigid action Is being taken
In Russia to subdue any separate
peaco talk. Men Indulging In pro
Teutonic peace talk are to be shot
Instantly by comrades, Nicholas Nack
off has declared.
Forty-one were killed and 121 In
jured In the fourth German air raid
Tuesday. Uno Unrtunn plane was
brought down by Ilrltlsh defendors.
King Constantino, of Greece, abdi
cated hln throuo Tuesday, and wns
succeeded by his son, I'rfnee Alext
sudor, who took oath of office Wed
nesday. Constuntlne and the crown
prince will go Into exile In Switz
erland. General Pershing arrival on
French soil Wednesday morning and
was given a great ovation In Purls
upon his arrival.
Germany Is greatly angered by
President Wilson's message to llus
sla. Nowspapore treating tlie meev
age editorially, brand Wilson as n
Don Quixote, fanatic, autocratic tell
er of untruths.
Kloon thousand mon in Minneap
olis and St Paul will resist conscrip
tion by giving themselves up to tho
authorities, according to Abo Sugar
man, state secretary of the Socialist
party, of Minneapolis.
K. I), Gllsnn its noon ns possible,
Hend Sunday hcIiooIh Imvo nlrcndy
mado plans for tho entering of suit
able floats, and several business
houses are contemplating n similar
move. Tho Hoy Scouts, lleud Ulfles, i
ami fraternal orders of tho city are
making extensive plans for foil lure j
'At tills tlmo thoro Is u wonlth nt i
Idoes from which to dinw, nml as
slstnnce will bo'glvon to any per
sous desiring to participate.
Fotinn i'iw.s tiny uximu way
(Continued (rotn Pago 1 )
FARRIERS PICNICS TO
BE HELD THIS MONTH
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Several farmers' picnics will bo
hold soon, and assisted by tho coun
ty agriculturalist. These picnics aro
primarily for tho purpose of getting
the community together, of express
ing a community spirit nnd co-opora-tlon
for bettor things. Tho picnic
In tho summer tlmo Is the most val
uable factor In community rural life.
A big basket lunch will bo In
dulged In, after which somo speakers
on agricultural and other subjects
will deliver short addresses. There
will be Ramos for the young people
and a general good time for all. In
tho caso of the Cow Testing associa
tion and the Potato Growers' assoc
iation, tho picnic will sefte a double
purpose of discussing the work of
the business and strengthening the
orcanlxatlans Everybody Is oordfal-
'ly Invited to attend these picnics.
. General picnic, Arnold district,
Friday, June 15; neighborhood plc
nlc. llend Grange hall, Tuesday, 19;
Cow Testing association, C. W.
I Helm's place, Wednesday. 21; Potato
Growers' association, Tuinalo, Fri
day, June 22.
PLANS BEING MADE '
FOR FOURTH PARADE
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Thcro will bo plenty of room for
every organization and business firm
Intho big historic and civic parade to
be held In Bend on the morning or
Bond's Fourth of July celebration.
Entries for the parade should bo
made either to Frank It. Prlnco or
schools, IiurIuoss houses and Inde
pendent concerns In the parade
Local baseball faun aro utruugtug
for n series of thrco Karnes between
the Prlnovlllo, Jefferson county, Thn
Shevllu-ltlxon and lleud aggrega
tions. A preliminary gaum will tin
held on. the morning of July 4 A
semi-final gamu will bo hold on the
afternoon of July 4 between tho two
remaining teams, Tho two winners
of those games are to play on the
afternoon of July 6. A handsome
purse tor those gamos will be put
up by tho committee.
Witter Koto Feature.
The water tetn on tho Uesrhu'es
river promlsos to be one of the big
attractions at Hond's cotchratlnn. A
tentative program provides for tho
following events, fnnoo singles and
doubles for mon, swimming dashes,
under wator swim, high dives, ob
stacle race, tub raco, cauoo war,
greased polo contest, gooso chase,
row boat race and relay swim
The program for tho morning of
July 4 Is under tho dtreptlnn of Louis
Dennett, who will arrange the mus
ical features of that part of the eel
ohratlou. Hon. Jay II. Upton, of
Prlncvlllo, has accepted tho Invita
tion of tho committee to bu. tho princ
ipal speaker of the day.
Representatives of several lodges
In llend mot with the committee last
night and made known their Inten
tion to hold n big picnic, nnd the
lodge aro desirous of co-operating
with the celebration committee In
making the event a success.
At BOND AND OREGON STREETS, BEND, ORE.
GILBERT AND SONS'
ENTIRE STOCK OF
GROCERIES AND MEATS
Our lease on the building bus expired and we must vacate as .soon as possible
Everybody should take advantage of this money saving sale
Hut-gains in food stulls are hard to find these days of high prices
Come early, as we have placed prices on this stock that will move it quickly
Lay in a supply, as prices are continuing to advance every day
IWItMLKS f.MtlN TO lltll.l)
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AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ENTIRE STOCK
acres of wheat on his ranch Harvey
Detrlek has cleared up and put Into
wheat, SO acres of new land, which
is probably the 'largest single field
of wheat In the community not prev
iously In hay. McVoy has cleared
40 acres, seeded to grain. J. W.
Williams, who Inst IS acres of hay
by frost last fall .has plowed up tho
stubblo and seeded to wheat for this
year . . '
Fortunately the high prlco of wheat
this season will relievo the f armors
In tho Torrcbonno country of tho
damage In tholr hay arrcngo and
may even show a gain to tho com
munity. Most of the acreage now in
wheat, however, will evontually 1q
again seeded to ulfalfu and clovor,
tor tho country hero Is ctMunllalty
a dairying district.
New Dairy Stork.
The number of milk cows around
Terrebonne will bo Hourly doubled
when the 200 or more young heifers,
shipped In last winter and this spring
reach maturity. Now there are few
farmers in the neighborhood who
have not at least threo or four young
heifers Practically all the young
stoik received this year has been
shipped In from Tillamook county
and Is of the best dairy stork.
An cvldenco of Terrebonne's steady
growth Is found In the addition of
one new teachur for tho term be
ginning In September. This makes
a total of tivo tonchora in thu Ter
rebonne schools. A manual train
ing department will also ho added
Socially Torrebouuo has many art-
-tn 1 ' i y
GOODS SOLD FOR CASH ONLY
FIXTURES FOR SALE CHEAP.
vantages not possessed byothor Cen
tral Oregon communities. Tho La
dles' Pioneer club, nno or tho first,
women organizations In Central Ore-
In tho County Court of the Rtato
of Oregon, for the County of Dos
chutes. In tho matter of the estate of If.
K. Smith, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
undersigned was on the fit!) day of
June, 1917, duly appointed executrix
of the Last Will nnd Testament of
II. K Smith, deceased, by W, I).
Ilames, County Judge. All persons
having claims against said citato
must present thn same duly verified
at tho office of II. II. Do ArmoniJ, at
Bend, Oregon, attorney for oxeoutrlx.
within six mouths from tho date of
the first publication hereof
Date of frlst publication, June
FLOHKNCE L. 8ILVI8,
Kxocutrlx of tho Last Will and
Tostnmont of If, K. Smith, decerned.
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modern homo would like to hear of
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her. Inquire Itulletln. lOtfe
BEND WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO.
LUMBER LATH SHINGLES LIME
AH Finish Lumber Kiln Dried
Miller Lumber Co.
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OFFICE ON WALL ST.
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With the best building in
in Central Oregon and the
best facilities at our new lo
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north of thcj'ilot Butte Inn,
we can take care of all of
your automobile troubles
better than ever before.
Our new location is light.
.We have an abundance of
floor space, and the best of
accommodations can be as
sured to all of our patrons
and anyone desiring
Bend Garage Co.
WALTIJIt COOMUH, Munugor
FOIt ft.LK-K.iddle, not new. lnl
It Is h good uun 3 19-1 Mfc
FOIt 8ALK 1000-lh. pon, "Ted-
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I. C. Hurt. llend, Or. 271-Mlfe
FOIt BALK Whlto Hock breeding
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FOIt BALK flood timothy hay.
4V4 miles .V. K. of llend Phono
10-F-3. I C Young. 236-13,1 4i
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