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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1917)
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I Has been found on one of the Onlnil Oregon Eg
M -iitiiriL- Piil'i.l viiii i ilnck liv imimr Ml
I BLACKLEG PELLETS 1
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These iiro inlcndfcl for out-purpose only-llif pre- m,
D vcntion of blackleg in cut tie. For sale in any m ,
H (iiantity l)y ii i
REED & HORTON I
S BEND. OREGON B 1
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UOUAL NEWS ITEMS
(""rom Viiliniday"n Kntiir i
J I' KlVIH Wl'lll til I'oH'.UIpI xll m
tillNllin trip iHMl IliKllI
14. M. ('wiper l"ft today to ijiitnl
eeveral months In 1'urtlMml.
Pnul llimitur led Ihi nlKht for
Pni'iluiid. to enlist In Hih artny.
I.eo M. Weston, o( llnilliers. spent
icHtHnlay In lleuil oh liuelneM.
I.uii A. ThninaM haa returned (rum
h hiialue trlii tu Hutwevell, Wash
II. HoiiJii was III town aeveral days
frwm Redmond uml returned fhlj
Mm. Charltm Miauffer, of tauuf(tr.
In it guest hi the Wrwy Iioiih' (or 'a
Mr. uml Mm. II. W. Hkus returned
to lleiul la hIkM (rom hh uwMJp
to HptlkHHM. I. X
II. II. Kllgnre, a aheep mid ratlin
man from Kink, came to llend on
InmlUHM today. '.
Mr. uml Mm. Hurry Prow. ( tJhl
rago, are In Henri mm KUMtN of Mr. unit
Mrs. A. K. lriMin.
Mm. JulUi Parrotl In In Mlltonajiil
oxpects to spend the winter wlOWhr
eletnr who will touch whtml UjjeHp
Mm ' .nli . ir Kiuih.'iH City, ar
r vi ii lit ( n'Klii to ivimmmI n v.irnllon
nfli Mikh :ii uimr WIiiiiiiimi m tln
Mm llArrimin fJn-v ami daughter,
KIImIiiHi, nri hi tin1 (Jny niwh hi
Jersey mul will remain tln-ie during
Mm. W. Ferguson nml Iltlln mm
rirtumeri III In tiiornliiK from Portland,
where she Iihh iwnl tlin IiimI 10 day
Mr nhiI Mm. O. K. Martin have
gone linrk lo their home In Inde
pendence, IiiivIiii; spent ii two weeks'
vaentlon In town.
Dr. II. A. Cutlmy, of Condon, was
iIih ;ui'i last night of Mr. uml Mm.
A. M I'rltiKli-. Dr. ('(itluy In on lit
wy lo Oriell lukn.
linpttcllon of lnral railway inmi
vsh romplHtiiil loilify anil tint hiihi!hI
mr IttMrliiK IIih liimnl will, liivn.to
iilnltl (or Kallhrlil5. '
Mr. uml Mm. Ilarni'y O'Doiinnll,
MIm Norn Mnttn anil Mr. ami Mm.
J. . um will Iimvm ii Hit v,imk by
unto for Hun Kram Iikmj.
Mm. II. A. 8iiilnr uml hoii. Harry,
tiwmtil io Tliti l).ill to malio tlielr
hoiri iifrinniii'iitly. Tlify wnrt rin
Idnntit of Ilfinl (or nvrr n ytnr.
Ilert Hlchariliton raniM in (rom
l.TFFf,. $1 to $3
SATURDAY, OCT. J
from 2 p. in. to (J p. in.
OIL STOVE WITH
OLD HORSE, broke to
Huddle for woman or
H. R. GRIFFUS
Cor. Oregon and Bond
UiMilHiuiiit Krank V. Oowan, of
Iliirim, with Mm. Oownn ami their
Imhy, woro on thflr wny to Vancou
ver DftrrnckH thlM inomliiK. Aftor
tlirnw tnontliH In eiwni, f LUutiHiMiit
(lOWHIl Will ho NMlKllfld to it CO III-
iiiIhwIoii In Prmii'ti,
(l(iorK') Hlack, of Ksattlt, In leav
I UK fur hi Iioiiih lonlKht, havliiK "n
kIuiIimI hiialiioM ioiuimIimI with flllm;
on n timber claim, which liniment, him
to JImiiI thriM ilaya ho. I In ht lm
IntHriNMPil In tin- IlnnbHin Kail IhiiiI
nml may return with othr Vh I un
ion tlK'll 10 Ukl IIJI llOIMHalUHll.
Mr. and Mm. V. W. Calkin anil
MIm JfMiiftto Calklim, of Kiikh.
whtm In lltmil thl mornttiK on th
litnt Imji of a month' auto tour. Thoy
Iihvh hfttn throuwli Taooiim, aul,
HH)Unn ami Kaatern Ori;on, havInK
HtoiM-d at Nymt. to viait another
miiinhi-r of th (aiully. Tha raturn
trlii will h matin through the Mc
Kmir.li) I'aa. Mr. Calklna la )iroa
tlent of the United male NatKnial
Hank, of Ktigene.
Ititt niKht K. I. WlKKlni, travellnR
(relKht ami paonKr hkmiiI for the
O.-W. U. & N retumcil from tha
vlimiliy of Iliirim, where he haa linen
look Ink over hay (or the paat 10
day. He In fXwtliiK larK num
her of cattle to come through town
aooii and waa aeekliiK to feed them.
WIiIIm In the mountain oam of here
Mr. WIkkIiih mild he found that the
rropN were much better than bail
bciiu rfiortel and that IniMnea la
in black and tan at y vC
$2.50 to $7
-IK - I i sS
IluriiN lHt ulKhl mid went to Join hi
father In I'ortliunl. Iloth will rMum
Haturday with Ilulck muolilnim. ,
MIm llurcl Halnea, of Narrow,
went out to Portland lat n I J; lit to ut
ttoil itrhool. Till winter abe will
complete her Ut your at St. Helen'
Another roaldent who will apeml
her winter uwuy from home I Mm.
Lee Ktiiveiii, who with her mull on,
Wlllurd, left for W'nrdner, Idaho,
Tim (Imt roerult to be nent out by
Ih n now rerrultliiK officer, Corporal
I'm nk Harvey, I Orvllle Iiiumii. who
went to Portland today to Join the
Two Portlund paaaeiiRem tiHlay
wern J. Halut und A. J. CoIvIh. Mr.
Hnlet Ih taklnc n week' vaeatlou
while Mr. Colvlu (a leaWiiK town yr-iiiauently.
CeorRe anil Carl Splrkerman fin
lahtnl up their huriiiwMi oonnectHl
with n liomtHitiNid near hern and left
for The Dullea totluy. Thoy bae
filed on u traet of land.
MIh Darle llurton will attend IiIkIi
hcIhmiI In llolse, Idaho, till winter
anil live with her aunt In that city.
Shu catiiH In today (mm Hampton anil
took tbo north bound train.
Anionic thn puMiciiKurn on this
moriHiiK'N train bound (or Ilolae, Ida
ho, wore A. N. Anderson, II. Antler
hoii ami Homer Kvuiih. The (Imt
two bitvti been here on huHlneeft. i
W. 1.. lllott, of llurn. Js In Terre-'
bonne mid will ko (rom there to Port-;
laud. He I uceompuuleil by Mm.,
lllott mul bur mother, who will leave i
HiMin (or the ooat. The party atoppeil '
In IIhiiiI IuhI ulKht.
HavliiK Hold their home In lleiulj
Mr. and Mm. A. A. driven left thin
moruliiK to Htwk a new location on !
ii ranch. They will go an (ar a The
Dalle today. J. (. XU-hoU baa pur-j
cIihhihI their hiniae and lot In town.
Mra. I). Keller and three chlldreu.
will leave tonlt:bt (or Havre, Mon
tana, to apeuil two woelta with Mm.
Ki'ller'e iniNher, who line been III.
A teltKram received today wild, how
ever, that she was on the road to
(From Tumnlay'H Dally)
W. I.. Powem. o( the O. A. C. fac
ulty, arrlvml In Ileud lant nlRht.
J. I.. Caliber returntMl lant nlr.ht
(mm a biiHlueeN trip to Prluevllle.
C. O. Wallace and Ouy McCalllter
are In the city today on builuew from
Cliireure llrokaw wur on hi way
to lle-dmond tolay to upend eevoral
"A. J. Kinerlck flnUhed bis work
for the mimmer and baa Rone hack
C liar leu CharIe4oii returned to
Powtdl llutte Xoilay after comlnt; to
town ihi bualnetM.
Paul HiHtmer will leave totilRht (or
Portland 4o wiMut In the forestry ron
Imbnt of the army.
W. H. FeJicht l now back In
Prluevllle, havInK apent aome time
vMtliiK lx mllos eunt o( Ilvntl.
K. M. KldrltlRe, of Portland, made
hi HHinl-Hiinunl sale trip to Pond
tb(a week. He led (or Hood Itlver
Mr. ami Mm. II. 8. Ileer and iou,
of KloMuqua, Iowa, arrived today
ami will VHilt with Charles lloer, of
A. K. Illrhanlaon, of IluriM, I In
Portkind. where he went atter a now
Ilulck oer whleb he will drive back
MIm Inec Sotl NMarrlvetl In Heed
from Spekne, ami will make her
home here with her abMer, Mra.
W. I.. Coabow led lant nlnht (or
Portlaml to take the lHieteur treat
ment (or ruble. He waa Iwtlly blt
twti about the fare yeetertlay.
P. II. Juhiwon and family, of Mil
llran, renie In lant iiIrIU (rom their
trip to Iowa and Hon tit Dakota, where
they spent the past two months,
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authentic styles a
wide range of fabrics
in every size. Priced
NEW SILK DRESSES
In Taffetas and Satins, $18.50 to $27.50
NEW WOOL DRESSES
, Materials of French Serge, Storm Serge, Poplins, Wool
TuiTetas, etc.. from $0.75 to $23.50
New Neckwear Novelties
The Popular Tuxedo Neckwear made of Pique
in several shapes, at 35c 50c
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looking over the foremost underwear lines made in
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The Store with
MARKS of MERIT
WHKN' tliKie'i a wedding,
u birthday, or anniver
sary, or any ocralon arises
to niukoii gift, whether it U
from I'UMom or Mnlliunt, It'
means a llt to our moiv.
People know that h sumd
(or the hlirlitHt frnule of mer
oIiniuIIm', the newext a n il
lirlKhtekt Idea in Jewelry, the
MntM of DianiomK ami the
lrtlut of W'Hlchen.
Vachmaitn & Jewelert
. iki S VIA. UlCltk lUrJ, (),!
Italph W. Pepin, formerly of thin
city, U In Uend (or a few tlaya to
wind up buslnoM affairs. He Is now
employed In one of the Portland thlp
yanle. It. M. Smith, A. Stevens and J. Kd
ward Irsou went hr ben hunting
Monday In Mr. Larson's oar. They
report a Rood time, but only one wixe
Hans NelaoH, wljo haa boen on his
ranch In Harney oounty for the bit
ter part of the aprinK ami summer,
arrived In Item! ywUrday ami will
remain here for a time vlaklnK with
J. 1C. Tourtelotte, o( Portland, went
to Hood Klver tkle morning on bus
Inea. He had just come In from
PaWey where he la auperlnteudeiit of
eonetrui'tlon work of the new school
belHB erectetl there. The building
will require several weeks more for
The railroad Inspection board,
which has been In Uend sjtaee yester
day mornltiK. will probably go out
tomorrow. A new sot of rulea and
regulations are being Introduced to
the loeal trainmen for the fkrM time
Members of the board are fi L. Spcr
ry, John Kimble and James Welch.
The ta&t named Is Uie conductor who
brought (ha (Irst train Into Bend.
Stnontb Day Aihontl.-tN Will Answer.
The lecture which was Riven last
Monday nlftht analnet the Ai'.th and
teaching of Seventh Day Adventlsta
will be answered tonight, August 30,
Ih the Couon Tabernacle. ibje.t,
"Law and Grace," All Intereutr.l
persons are Invited to be present -Adv.
"I Likti to Read but My Eyes Won't Let Me."
Many people say that, when with a little care their eyes
could bo strengthened. Eyes, like hands and arms get
tired, need rest or attention. You can get the right kind
of advise and treatment here in our shop. We are located
here permanently and will give you the service your eyes
are entitled to.
Optometrist DR. C. H. FRANCIS
.' . ' with Myron 4"I. Simon, 0'JCne BuUJintf
Phono lllark 1291
liKK A. THOMAS, A. A. IA.
2-1 O'Kauo DulldluK
I1KND - - - OREGON
KVK HPKCIALIST, of Porlland
Visits Bend Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or inqulro ot
T1I0ILS0X, THK JEWKLKK
Hippodrome, Monday at 4 P.M.
Billy George of Bend
vs. Percy Brooks Wju w.m
10 Rounds of BOXING
REFEREE DR. MANNING
Preliminary Kid Bosco vs. Happy Sidel
The Management guarantees absolute sat
isfaction in these bouts.