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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1917)
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SITES PURCHASED FOR
airmlwrw Iluy $1200 Worth or Howls
Jit Smoker lntc for Annual Car
nlnt to He. Km ember 12
llovliifc Matches l'leaie.
(From Friday's Daily.)
The purchaso of mora building
property In preparation for the erec
tion of a bigger and hotter club, ami
the announcement that tho oarnUnl
so successfully oondueted last Dot-ember
will bo rnpoatod this year,
beginning on November 12, featured
tho smoker given last night by the
Bend Moose lodge, at their hoadquar
tors on Ilond street. It was announc
ed that the carnival will be made an
Twelve hundred dollars' worth of
bonds were sold to members of the
lodge, financing tho purchase of the
lot on which the Moose club now
stands, as well as tho site just north.
Later It Is planned to erect a two
story building covering both lots, tho
upper story to bo used oxotuslvoly by
tho Moose, while the ground floor
.v 111 be occupied by store rooms.
To Iloost McnilK-r-lilp.
The lodgo decided in favor of a
membership campaign, the goal being
e't for 600 mombers. The preeent
membership list Is 227.'
The hall was filled to the limit for
the social session which followed the
regular lodge meeting, members from
the logging camp having come in
oars sent out by the lodge. A short
boxing match between Hilly George
and Hay Golden was followed by a
one-round go between George and M.
H. Symone. Afterwards George gave
a number of strength exhibitions, and
travelled a rapid pace In shadow box
ing. Ilotroshments were served during
1917 IS RECORD
YEAR FOR GIE
WATERFOWL FOUND IN
Lake and Marches of Central Oregon
Term Willi IHttl Life Sport-.
men to I Imp He-t Chances
.Since lllll Deer Near.
(From Monday's Dully.)
W'aterfowt will be more abundant
In Central Oregon than at any time
within six years, was the declaration
today of Game Warden John Cun
ningham aftor a trip through the
game country tributary to llend.
Wherever water U found, particular
ly In tho lakes and murshes, ducks
and geese are In greet abundance,
young ones are plentiful and the
birds are so tame that they could be
killed with sticks, Mr. Cunningham
Throughout Central Oregon these
conditions hold good, and humors
will find a veritable paradise when
the season opens on October I. Mall
ards and sprigs, with some widgeon,
nro the chief varieties of ducks hatch
ing 4n this section, toal coming In a
little lator from the north. Wood
ducks aro practically the only kind
of waterfowl given Ironclad protec
tion by the law. Geese are nearly as
numerous, and 200 of the big birds
were seen at Tunmlo yeeterday.
More Mar-hes Till Year.
Heavy snows laet winter which
melted gradually during the hot sea
son caused many low spots wh'.ch
usually dry up at the end of .sprint
to continue as marshes through the
summer, and many more birds have
found homes because of these con
ditions, Mr. Cunnlnghe.ni explains.
Another theory as to the sudden In
flux of waterfowl Is that the old gen
eration of birds, frightened away by
heavy blasting when he railroad
came to Dend In 1911, has passed
away, the younger birds following In
stinct and coming during the warm
months to tho many lakes and
There are a lot of cold, long days ahead
why not be comfortable this winter? It is
cheaper to have a stove that really gives out
all of the heat than to put up with an old one
that eats fuel as fast as you feed it.
We have a carload of stoves for you to
select from. These stoves are not expensive,
but they are sturdy, fuel saving, home com
forting necessities. . Air-tight heaters come
in various sizes just the size for your par
You can control our ranges, put the heat
where you want it in the oven, on the top,
or just where you can get the best results.
You do not have to get a big stove to get a
good one. We have both the four and the
six-hole stoves. These can be fitted with or
without hot water pipes, just as you wish.
streams of Oontrnl Oregon.
(Juatl, protected by tho law at nil
times, nro increasing rapidly, Mr.
Deer On Dig; Ither.
I'rnctlrally no deer hunting him
lomtneneed as yet. although tho seii
huii has boon declared -open, but
Sportsmen should have bettor luck
than usual, for only yesterday good
sited bucks uoro seen fairly close In
on Dig Hlver, and It has been noted
that the deur ore not nearly so far
up In the mountains as Is usual. Mule
deer predominate, with a sprinkling
of blncktull. .
IS IN GREAT DEMAND
(From Wednesday'! Dnlly )
Pralso for the immphlct Issued by
the llend Commercial club Is being
received from many quarters, and re
quests for copies of the publication
are lifting received at the club head
quarter. Among recent commenda
tions are thoeo received from the
llend I'ark Oo. offices In Seattle, ami
from Insurance companies keenly In
terested In the growth and progress
of tho city.
The King Bee Dentists
will he kept open for next JIO tliiys from H:ll() A. 1M. until
5'AH) 1 M except Saturday evenings mid pj.ytluys, when
the oUlce will reiutiiu open until K:li() P. M. We are pre
pared to do nil first class work as usual at our same prices.
All Work Guaranteed for id Years
DR. A. C. .'ROOM. PrP. My.
j. i;. Mtmsox iiiati:.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
For the first time since December.
1!)M, J. K. Morson has returned to
llend. to find It a much changed
place since he had been here handling
Irrigation work at I.a I'lue. tie was
formerly project matinccr of the
Deschutes Irrigation Company when
the lines were first put in nud Is now
back In connection with new develop
ment work In the district south of
here and will remain several weeks.
When Mr. Morson got off the train
from Portland this morning he said
he fell r.Ke anotner Kip van winKie i
The town had changed so much he
found a guide almost a necessity.
Incorporated In the record of this
lodge, n copy sent to the sou and
daughter of Sister Welder and that ft
ropy be published In the llend llul-
MA11Y KKLLLY. ,
co.t DPWtnn pni)
j?-0 IViilWUVW l'Vl. I
Strayed from my place near Broth
ers: One spotted yellow Jersey cow.
one red Jersey caw with quarter cir
cle brand on hip. one black Jersey
row with .siimII white star on fore-
heed and tin guard on uoee, one blue
Jersey cow. one reddish yellow Jer
sey cow with white str'.pe on side.
one small red Durham hoi for with
short horns, one fawn-colored two
year old Jersey ulcer, onu black and
white spotted two yoar old steer, one
yearling fuwn-cotorcd Jursoy aeur
branded with u "bar K" on side. .one.
largo red yearling Durham steer wth
only ono horn, one black two year
old Jersey heifer, two fawn-colored
two year old Jersey heifers.
Flndor pleaao notify 8. W. Morrill.
Iirothors postofflec, and receive re
ward of 2S. zap
FOIl HAI.K -One grndn Poll An
gus hull, tr. mouths old. Inquiro I'.
II. Johnson, Mllllcau. 4t(i-20tfc
FOlt HAI.K I louse and lot. Price
right. Terms reasonable. Inquire
A. K. Kdwnrds, llend Sign Co. 37lf
WA.Vl'KDtlood 1U17 iniidel Ford
ear. ,V. I.. Johnson, elty. RUS-Xhp
1 am leaving all my arruunts with
Attorney Farnhnm In Itend. and all
knowing themselves Indebted to me
will wave cxurns" and publicity to ar
range etlliueul with him In the near
future. 0. W. IIOItNKIt.
LOST AND POUND,
('.ill NYU Audtraoii's ilu'ry GDI 28tf.
I.OKT (lnl.l wntill. on Kept I n
Johnson well or on HlUer Lake road,
eight nillee southeast of these H K
on case Finder phmse send to or
notify Hianley Minlth. Mlliltau. ()r
LOST- Friday, on llend Dunn
road, between Arnold Ditch and Mil
llenu. brown leather valise Return
to Pilot Unite Inn and rtxelvn re
H0OMR I'OW ItKNT V'r high
rhool. steam heat and bslli i I
Kid 31. 27 2v
Whereas, Dend Ilebeknh Lodge No.
208, I. O. O. F., has been visited by
the Death Angel, and one of Its faith
ful and beloved sieters, Christina
Welder, Iras been taken away, leav
ing a vacant chair In our lodge ranks,
Whereas, the Hrothers and Sister
of this lodge mourn the lose ef Slater
I Therefore, be It resolved that the
Charter of this lodge be draped for
SO days, that we extend our aympath
and condolence to the bereaved or
' that a copy of those resolutions be
I OH HAI.K.
FOl'ND Htray row and ralf. Here
ford, branded C C C on left side
Owner cmii have Id paying damages.
FOlt 8ALK 13x24 double floored
house; five windows, one dour, lino
leum, rook stove and beater; been
used 10 mouths. $160 rash, bill of
sale. Located on It It. right of way,
near Hawthorn and Division. In
quire depot or llulletln. SSC-28c
FOlt HAI.K Modern roUuge, Ideal
location; lawn, garden, steeping
porch; corner Aubrey Ito.id and Sag
Inuw Ave. Terms to suit, or may rent.
Inquire llulletln office,
FOIl 8ALB CflKAP 40 arrfes, flvoi
miles oast of llend; halt cleared, :o
n circs water right, partly seeded, all
fenced: good buildings, cistern. In
quire llulletln. G9l-38,30p
8IIKKP FOlt BALK 100 head fine
wool owes; will sell all or any part of
them. Wilson Itanch, Powell Ilntt",
IIUCKS FOIl 8ALK Hamphlro
bucks, lambs to 3 years old; Cots-'
wolds bucks, yearlings to 3 years old;
Lincoln bucks, yearlings to 3 years
old. Wilson Hunch. Powell llutte.r
FOlt BALK llay mare, ft years'
old. weight 1136 pounds; good work-'
er; also 3 good yearling colts. 27-20p
Uhara Iralnut ir-'lUili wllk 4fn lab
aratarIM iiJ a.L'Ml ilpan flta la-'
Irutllea l.!tnc U (alUflala Stfratl In ka
a,a''JtlVl dOMMCKOE. wn 4 4p.rl.Bl.;
eXOINCBBINO. wild i.p.flw.nlt. .
(Mini Citll, Kllfll. Illfhr. InJmtrltl
AMI. Irrlfillnn, 4 Mnlrl Knltilni ;
rOBEBTBT. Ueln4Uf Ull( tol..f
HOME ECONOMICS, "lid t M)r rl.p.tl'
m.nn. lnU4lnf ttll In tbt 1'rMllt
MINIHO, llh tkrt iiliU, lnl4-
Isf t'hnill roglnttilac.
THE SCHOOL Or MnIC. ntr-ra Initme
Hen In ln prtnrlpal itr4ilHMli ( xtl
Bit InilrHnwfiUt imi.t.
THE MIMTABY DErAKTMIlNT. nrIM
101 riiirl. in ISIS IT. kI wan r-omm.lv
dlon tt II A I frM Wnltn l)il
luanl f lh t' H War ItflmMil an af
Ih fld.Mi ' ilullnral.tx.l InttOallpat" at
FOlt 8ALK Olio dozen red PHl-, bUhar l.tnh.l All ra4l wtll U f.ral.h.l
caiapUt unlfafnti Kjr lK V. R tlaoinai.nt
bJ Iba Junlar aail mar raJaU. firollJ in
Ik K U. T. -'.. will ka (ton rajatmailalian for
tuUUUHaa, wall at all IfanapurUMo tni
ilkOalanra al Ika li waaka' Huraioar aiar
ItLOlSTUATIOIJ BEdtNH OOTOI1IIH I,
1(17 Informant! en rtqaatl. Aiditu,
Xailttrtr, Oraiaa AirMSltsiU Obllaia,
lets and hens. It. Ited cockerels and
White Leghorns, Itoea Natch, Turn
FOlt HAI.K llolsteln bull calf.
Dam gave 12,000 pounds milk, 420
In 10 inonihs; reg. sire of
breeillng. 1'. C. Hurt, fiend,
Jim. It. O.
iMM'vmiAHTicii'H no in i:.
No. Ire Is hereby given ih.it the fit
or Mettd has Uken up the r.ll iw
deecrUaed lt-r stock, tow it One sorrel
mare, Jt oh left htn. gonrd on left
shoulder. The cost of redeeming
said stock will he $1 per head per
day. In addition to the actual expeu
of keeping, together with the rout of
this advertisement and all othr
lu, rate of failure tn redeem by tho
ow tiers, said stock will be sold, m
provided by the Charter of the City
of llend, on Hefitnmber 21. at 3 p. n,
at the elty pound.
L. A W. NIXON,
Chief of Pollen and ex -officio
NOTICK FOlt Pl'IILIC.Vno.V.
Department of the Interior, II. H.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
August 10, 1017.
Notice Is hereby given that David
C. lingers, ttf llend, Oregon, who, on
AuKUst 13. 1D1I. made Homestead
Kn try No, 010B1B. for KVfc. Her .4.
Tp. I 8.. It. 14 K W M . has fllca
notice of intention to make final
three year proof, to establish claim
to th. land alMtve deerrlhed, before
II. C. KIIIm, 1). n. Commtesioner, at
llend. Oregon, on the 2 1 si day of
Claimant names as witnesses
Ilowurd F. Dyer, ICImer K Culll
son, Abraham Kvans, Clifton L Kv
ans, Daniel W. Ileeker. all of Milli
es n, Oregon.
II. FltANK WOODCOCK,
i,A C. H. lll'DBON. President K. M. LAHA. Cashier
A II. C COK, Vice President L (1. McltKVNOLDH. Asst. Cashier
rftiy U. A. HAT1IKU, Vleo J'ros. II. A. HTOVKIt,Aet. Cashier J
The First National Bank
J V Uli, IX L , DtlNU, URtUUIN
Capital fully paid
HurpliiH - -
A small payment down puis an
Electric Range In your home.
BEND WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO.
The Federal JReserve
System Helps You
IT WAS CItKATKD, PltlMAIlIIAV-
To liolp tho IluBluess Moii'un'd Farmers,
To provldo plenty of currency at all tlmoa,
To effect a ntuadler supply of oradlt.
Tho systom morltB tho nuppo$ 1ht nil good oltlzons; It
tntiHt have yours In order to renh lis full .development.
Vou cun Bocuru tho bonofllH of thin grout Bystom and at
tliu sumo tlmo UBBlst directly lu duveloplng H by douoalt
lug your inonoy with ub,
lib FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
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