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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1917)
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(Krom Saturday's Dnlly)
11. C. Morey Is In Ilcdinond on n,
1. 1). Johnson, of Mllllcmi. Is In
tho city today on IiubIiioh.
Leslie 1'nJlett, of Terrehonno, was
In town n short tlmo this morning.
Mrs. 1). A. Keller nnd children nro
expected home from Moutnun tomor
N. Hostwk'k has gone In Prlneville
to work on the Chlloquln Irrigation j
Jock Larson left last night for Se-j
nttlo to enter the wlrolws service In'
J. 1). Klnnegnn, plumbing Inspector
of Portland. Is In 11 end visiting his
brothers hers. I
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Sturgls. from
Hums, stopped in llend on their wax
to Condon today.
Charles Lang and Thomas Sloan,
of Portland, are In Demi looking over
land, with the Intention of buying.
Lee ltoyer and his brldo returned
this morning from Portland where
they were married several weeks ago.
W. H. itothermol completed the
'work ho has been engaged In here
the past month and returned to Port
lahd. Goorgo Barclay Is making the trip
to Oordon, Neb., whore he was called
on account of the illness of his
Miss Inez Pcnn has returned from
her homo in Loganport, Indiana, to
tako up her work as Instructor In the
high school next week.
Mrs. George Morrison Is on her
way back to Ogden, Utah. She spent
seven weeks in llend visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I). McBrlde.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Baker, of New
berg, have returned to their home
after spending the summer in llend.
They were guests of their son, G. 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Xsrsckel.
stopped In Beipl on their way from
Prlneville to their home at Imperial.
They wore accompanied by their son-in-law,
Kred Ward, of Eugene.
Miss Dorothy Tracy left for Pen
dleton this morning In order to view
tho Hound-Up. She spent three
months In this city with Mr. and Mrs.
Spoar and may return later In the
Among the Bend people attending
th danco at Terrebonne last night
were Fred Lucas, Rowena Campbell,
C. C. Kinley and Roy Gllsou. A large
crowd from all over tho nearby coun
try was out to celebrate the dedica-
Remember, Every Suit
ing is All Wool.
MADE TO ORDER
H.CATO, The Tailor, mos no.ui st.. oPP. ist Nut. nak
tlon of tho new warehouse.
Mrs. J. J. Cunningham has gone
to Walla Walla to spend a week with
her father and mother. A brother
expects to leave soon for New Jersey
to train for service In France, and
Mrs. Cunningham is ranking the trip
In order that she might see him.
(From Friday's Dally.)
If. II. DeArmond motored to Prine
George F. Roberts went to Prlne
ville this morning.
J. S. Smith, of Dend, Is a business
visitor in Madras today.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Drooks are
on a trip to San Francisco.
Mrs. E. P. Orosterhous Is back
from a short trip to Portland.
Ward Coble returned this morning
from a hasty trip to Portland.
Mrs. T. A. Graham was a passenger
on the train as far as Cutver today.
J. T. Ileosley and family are on a
vacation trip Into the La Pine sec
tion. Mrs. Percy Drooks arrived In Bond
yesterday from Walla Walla, to Join
Paul Xoreeth has gone to La
Grande to spend a week attending to
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Stiles and son
motored over from Tunmlo this morn
ing to spend the day.
Two teachers returning today for
the opening of sefcool were Miss Mary
McClay and Miss Wilklns.
Mim Margmret Wlwt Is back in
Jleiul after upending several weeks In
Portland and other coast point.
P. C. Collin, for several week
past lrk lu the Deschutes National
Forest office, has left for Vancouver
Gordon Thomson, of 8u Fran
cisco, has arrived in Bend to accept a
position as day clerk at the Pilot
J. W. Dimlck, formerly of Bend, Is
now located in Independence, Oregon,
wlioro he is conneoted 1th the Stand
ard Oil Co.
Mru. A, G. Ingersoll returned to her
home in Portland after spending the
early part of tho week looking over
Jand near Bend.
J. P. ICoyos, of the Brooks-Scanlon
Lumber Co., returned to Bend this
snoming from Portland where he at
tended the apple growers' convention
Kddle Lyons 'lias come back frorr
2ila tour.pl, California
a mouth with John Slither. Tho par
ty went as far south ns Los Angeles
J. A. Boyd, who has been visiting
his daughter, Mrs. W. A. Miller, left
for Portland today. He will go from
there to Salem, then to his homo nt
Mrs. R. W. Hendershntt has ar
rived In llend from Portland to join
hor husband, Dr. Hendershott. They
have secured the Lee A. Thomas
houso on 225 Newport avenue.
J. A. Thompson, county school su
perintendent, went over to Redmond
this morning to bring back his ma
chine, which caught fire the last time
he made the trip and has been In the
garnge ever since.
Mrs. Mary Ilea 8 ley has gone to
Pendleton to see her sou, Frederick
McNeff, who appears before the ex
emption board tomorrow. Mrs. Head-
ley will probably remain for the
Miss Doris Foster, of Portland, ar
rived In Bond last night accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. G. J. Foster
MIm Foster will teach In the llend
schools this winter, and her mother
Is visiting her a few days before the
fall term opens.
A fine rain from the Columbia
River as far south as Redmond and
good roads all tho way, are the re
ports S. L. Wiggins brings back with
him from his trip to Irrigation cele
bratlon at Wapinltla. The governor
and a largo number of visitors at
tended the jubilee and a big program
was put on.
Mrs A II Rood and her daughter, them
Mrs Lulu Rood, of Rork Ittliiud. III..
OHine over from Tunmlo thh morning
Tho nuuger .Mrs Reed, with her
children, has spent n mouth with her
mother and will leave for the oust
Jimmy Clifford, formerly of this
city. Is now In tho U. S. uuvy training
camp at UiMt Inland. A lettor siis
received here this morning from him,
giving his first Impressions of train
ing vamp life ns most favorable. He
Is enlisted lu the yeomanry.
Wilson Itiuuii. Powell Ilutte.
tiro. 27 tf,.
lll't'KS FOR SULK Hampshire
bucks, lambs to 3 years old; Cots-;
noiiie imu'ks. ytmruugs io a years old;
Llncolns bucks, yearlings to :i ears
mil. Wilson itniuii, Powell Butte,
run !u.k nay inure, r years
oiu, woignt u. (ft pounds: good work
er; ubjo 3 good yearling coin. 27-20p
FOR SULK Ono grade Poll An-H
gus bull, IS mouths old. Inuulro P.
B. Johnson, Mllllcmi. 410-20tfe
FOR SALIC House nnd lot. Price
right. Terms reasonable. Inquire
A. K. Kdwnrds, Bend Sign Co. 37U ,
ROOMS FOR RKNT Near high J
hool. steam boat unit trntli. Call
Red ;:! 27-2ScM
WANT Ml .
ffi PLACER )
He was gone
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Ed. Lamb left this morning for
Paisley on business.
C. M. Redfleld. of Deschutos, was
in the city last night.
Will Sandol drove In from Tumalo
today with Fred Wallace.
Miss Christine Gustafson is spend
ing a month in Bridal Veil.
Jay H. Upton, of Prlneville, was
in Bend today on legal business.
Rev. A. Holmes has returned to
Riweburg after visiting here a short
Ward Coble to n Portland, call-!
there by the sudden nines of n,
Mrs. F. Motz concluded a week's
visit with her son and has gone home
Henry Ferguson and Charles A
McGinn wore two Portland bound
W. P. Shaw, of Portland, spent a
week in Bend with friends and went
out this morning.
Mrs. Henry Whltsett and children
are In Prlneville visiting her parents
until school starts.
Mrs. Lee Gosselln and Mrs. L. G
Kd wards and daughter arrived las!
night from Omaha to visit friends.
Mrs. W. J. Kwanson and small son
moved to Portland today and will I.ve
there. They have been In Betid a
Mm. Jack Itlnaon wetu back to
her home at Seattle afttir going to
SuMnutr Iake to attend the funeral
of her father.
.Mis Aline Nichols ha gone ba k
to Kugwi to attend high school for
the winter. She was In Bend with
her father all summer.
Word was received here today or
tiie death of Irving H. Rofor, in
I'otttland. Mr. Rogers was formerly
a resident of the Tumalo avrtlon.
Harold and Melvln Phillips are on
the way home to Grand Junction,
Colo., after a seven weeka' outing
at the home of A. G. Lair. They will
stop In Denver bofore ending their
Two oowpunohors, R. T. Strlplln
and Guy Wilson, wore over night In
llend on tholr way to Pendleton to
attend the HoumUUp. Tho former
Is from Lakevlow and( the latter from
Mrs. C. II. Owlnii, of Powell Ilutto,
and Mrs. J. D. Welch, of Portland,
guests of Mrs. Emll Jach. departed
today for their respective homes. Mrs.
Welch has beon a month In Central
Oregon visiting her two friends.
FOR SALE Four-room modern
house for sole, price and termi right;
corner Aubrey Road and Saginaw
Ave. Inquire at Bulletin. 23tfr
FOR SALE Applet, crabs, prunes.
Clioap. at. Forked Horn orchard.
Bring boxes. Kirk Whltod. 29p
FOR SALE Whlto and brown log
horns, 5 and G months old; price 50e
dollvered In Bend. E. W. Pratt. Red
FOR SALE Threo young sows;
farrow October. J. C. Stiles, Tum
WANTED Man nnd wife to ork
on mm Irrigated ranch; man to art as
foreman and must bo a worker and
understand Irrigation; woman to
-Hik for five people; no house work
to do Steady job. Mlate wsge ex
isted nnd where lust employed. In
quire Bulletin. ijio
, FOR SALE Holsteln bull 'calf.
Dam gavo 12,000 pounds milk, 420
EXCHANGED Lady's black plush
coat. Please return to J. F. Wei
gand. The other lady's coat Is lu my
possession and will be relumed upon
notifying tho undersigned. Costs
were exchanged at Terrebonne lust
Friday evening at a dance. J. F.
Welgund. Lamouta, Ore. 23p
LOST AND FOUND.
i TAKEN UP Aug. 10. Holsteln
sttor and calf about IS months old;
no brand. Owner can have sumo by
tiavlnr rhitririx. Frail H. Wllnnii. 3
lbs. fat, In 10 mouths; rug. sire of, miles west of Tumalo. 29c
A. R. O. breeding. P. C. Burt, Bond, LOST. 120 REWARD For the re
Ore. G28-2Gtfc covery of ono gray gelding 'branded
bar K on left shoulder, weight 1300;
rOR SALE CHEAP 40 acres. Mveone Born, aiding branded S on left
miles east of Bend; half cleared. 20 , ntirt. wire cut on hind leg. weight
neroa water right, partly seeded, all' j j00. had bell on. Both have roached
fenced: good buildings, cistern. In- j nunes partly grown out. K V Klin
quire Bulletin. B91-2S,30p niell. Bend. Ore 29.30p
SHEEP FOR SALE 100 head fine LOUT. $10 REWARD Lost on
wool ewes; will sell all or any part of Bend and Prlneville road, about &
If You Are Careful About
What You Eat and What
You Pay for YouWM Buy
COMPLETE STOCKjIOF HARDWARE
DEMENT & COl
The Prefened Slock' Store
Authorative styles, most approved
by discreet dressers in an abundant
assortment will soon be shown here.
We have waited for established and
approved styles of New York's choic
est garments and know our selection
will surpass anything you may have
anticipated. Each day's express
brings to this store all the newest and
latest in women's and children's gar
ments which are moderately priced.
MUNSING WKAR for the whole isinily-you know n ll.c
beit--and ilioulJ take no utlitr.
Complete Outfitter for Men. Women and Children
tulles from llend. lielMwu U ud 10 i tothlng. The mIhiw rurd lll !"
oVIoik, Tuesday. !Mh, one ynllow pit hi (or rxlurii of sshih Box 'ilh,
leather grip containing letters ami Bend, Ore. 3!
Special Announcement !
The Sisters Fair Association has re
ceived the following telegram :
Siotera Fair Association,
Siatero, 0re '
In reoponae to requoat from Mro.
Corbett, have oecurod Mioo Annio John
son of the Home Economic Department of
the 0. A. C. to address the Kuir at
Sisters on Sept
Food Administrator for Oregon,
S. R. Winch.
Large Pencil Tablets
Smooth Ink Tablets
Ink Black or Red
Rulers and Erasers
Pencils, also 2 for 5c.
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"Billy Buster" Shoes - $2.25 to $5.00
"Knickerbocker" Pants, special, - $1.00