Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1917)
IINND IlVl.teKTIN, 11KNI), OUKflO.V, TIU'IWDAV, OCTOIlNIt I, 11(1
The Bend Bulletin
l! ni'ntuilJ PAl.MKU Pt'TNWM
llOUKHT V. SAWYKR
An independent newspaper stnnd-
Idk for tho sotlnro deal, clonn busi
ness, clenn politics nnd tho bout In
torcsts of Ilond nnd Central Oregon.
On7 Year $ 1 RO
Six Months ........ .x. ..... . ."!"
Thrco Months ...... t 50
count of the Iiuro stock In his own; Mr Thompson wilt Vcniuln In Mend
nnd tho Thompson store, next door, for six months, nl least. uccordlnK to
Mr. Mel'horson will carry on lioth present ptnnti for the purpose of c's-
, qtorea tpt tltoi (Hue beliiR, moving lug his huslness ntfnlrs here Ills
Into tho Thompson htttldlUK ns soon 'inter plans. Jtre not yet definitely
ns his stock it sufficiently sold down nindo hut it Is probable that ho will
move to OullfoitUn.
TIlt'lWDAY, OCTOlliilC -1, 1IM7
A nowspaper man In Portland has
hiMn wrlilnc "Travel Stories of the
Northwest" tor the Oregon Journal j
Ills article In Wednesday's Journal
was on "CrooK county" ami judging
irom it lie was uue to learn mat iter-,
many was at war some time next,
year. After roadlng It we concluded
that he lived wholly In the past and
probably this year was celebrating
tho birthday he had In 1912.
The article, was Interesting, as may
bo seen by those who read the re
print elsewhere In this paper, but It
was about Crook county of four years
ago. The writer made no mention of,
cither Jefferson or Deschutes toun-
tics and In the belief that he ought
to travel a little himself before be
ginning to write of his travels we
wired the Journal as follows: "He-
ferriiiE to Kred Locklay story ont
Crook county In Wednesday's Jour
nal, wo Invite Mr. Lockley to visit
Bend, county seat of Deschutes coun
ty, nnd see what has happened since t
ho wont to sleep."
Mr. Lockley has answered,
"Drinks on mo. Make It loganberry
Juice. See tomorrow's Journal for
story of Deschutes county."
The instructions to make It logan
berry Juice suggest that Mr. Lockley
thinks we have a choice and can get
something else. This however is not
the case, even if we wished something
else. Recent legislation is as effec
tive here as In Portland, so when we
are thirsty again we'll "make It
loganberry Juice" and send the bill
to Mr. Lockley.
In the meantime we await the ar
ticle on Deschutes county, which will
be reprinted In The Bulletin tomorrow.
The Sonate committee to whom was
referred the petitions to oust La Fol
Jette have decided to leave the mat
tor to his own conscience. Now we
shall so if he has any.
to permit making tho chnngo
V A.. , .
ir i ou vre areruA auouc
What You Eat and What II
You Pay for You Will Buy '
vn' AZSvK iMtfVfcMMt I LaM
i m w cc cue i
- -. S-- -teBslssVHSeSHsWPIPBWttnssV
Mill "r -. .-?aaaW1 I 2k Br& I J rvsMlnl BB.I.f 1i llaaaaaaaEBr llllll
.... ggMTiV i j kiliainiic.f ,Viim 1 f Iiiil W ii
We wonder what Senator Von La
Kollette's sentiments toward the war
would be If one of his children had
gono down with the Lusitanla.
A news item reports that the price
of cocktails has been advanced to 25
rents. Let's see now. What is a
The Kaiser's fondness for sailing
will be gono when the tar is knocked
out of him.
the world; bonds for
1'KTITIO.V FOR IMl'ROVKMKNTS.
A petition containing 800 signa
tures was today mailed to the United
States Forestry Service office in Port
land asking that the funds allotted
this year to tho Deschutes forest dls
trict be spent on improving the roads
the trails to East Lake and Paulina
E. M. THOMPSON SELLS
OUT TO M'PHERSON
(From Friday's Daily.)
Purchase of the E. M. Thompson
furniture stock and the Thompson
building on Wall street by D. G.
McPherson, of the Bend Furniture
Co., wan announced today, On ac
Wbtn trained speneliile with rned.m lab
oratories nd adequate equipment (It In
alruellon leadiac to ctllefiale degrees la la
AOBIOULTUBE, with IS d.psrtm.otsj
COMMEECE, with 4 departments
JfaiNEEKINO. with 0 deparlnente. la
lndfSr Cifil, Electrical Uiikirar, Industrial
Arts, Irritation tod Mechanical Kagiaecrint',
rOEESTEY, lucludloc Lvrjiur. Engineer.
HOME ECONOMICS, with 4 nJ depart,
menu. Including trsiuins- In In Practice
UININO, with three departments, includ
lof Chemical Engineering,
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC, offers Initrue
tlon In lb principal departments of eocal
tod Instrumental rautle.
THE MIUTABY DEPARTMENT, rnrollrd
10SS radeu In 1P16 17. and won ittuwinto
dallon for O. A. C. from lb Wtitrrn Urpart'
mint of tb U 6. War Department on of
the fifteen "dutin-ulthed Intlllutione" of
hlfher learnlnf. All cadela will te furnlibed
couplet uniforms bjr lb V. B. aoiernmenl
and lb junior and tenior tadela. enrolled In
tb It. O. T, O., will be glren (jmuiUatioa for
aubeittene. at well aa all transportation and
auUUtene attb ilz weekaHiummer (amp
KE0I8TBATI0N BEQIN8 OCTOBEB S,
J017., IcformaUon on reijueet. Addrtia,
Klitrir, Oregon Agricultural Coiltf,
Oanrallia, Ortfoa. "" "
6bU can cut down
11 &uZZ: r... a
X 7 - W J m .. aa1
mfr and havejfc,wr
I a better sroof liNfc
There is no use in putting on an expensive roof
when you can get a better roof end save real
money by using
CERTAIN-TEED U the best roof, not onl becsusc It costs
less to manufacture, but c!so because it is wcathcr-tieht, light
weight, clean, sanitary, tuc-retartiant, snd costs practically
nothing to maintain.
It is now used as the preferable type of roof for office buildings,
factories, hotels, stores, warehouses, carafes, farm buildings
etc., where durability is demanded. CERTAIN-TEED h
guaranteed for 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness (1,
2r3p!y). . .. .
There are many roll roofings on the market, but only one
CERTAIN-TEED. It pays to get the best. It costs no more
to lay a CERTAIN-TEED roof than it docs to lay a poor
roof, but there is a vast difference in the wear. You can't tell
the quality of a roofing by looks or feci. Your only safety i3 the
label. Be sure that it is CERTAIN-TEED then you are
cirtaln of quality an & guaranteed satisfaction.
Certairi'tced SIateSurfaced Asphalt Shingles
are supplanting uood and state shingles (or resUencei. They cost lest,
are jut at good looking, wear better, uon't fill oil, buckb or tplit. Tlicy
ue l.re-rctudint, and do not lave to be painted or ttaiacd.
Certain-tccd Paints and Varnishea
arc t":c best quality paint mitcr'sli, ffsSfZ
rrotind sad mixed with mcclisnlcalLC-
curacy. M-de for all uses end : ell
colors. Vith rnlnt, as vMi roofing,
the name Cl.r AIH-Tnn U a
guarantee cf r.tdlty tad tstfactbn.
CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS CORPORATION
Jftw York. Chicago, I'M! iulelphta, HI Louie, IJottoii.atrelai.l'lltsliurgh, Detroit,
lluOalo, 8au francism, Wilwaukcf, Clutlnnuti, Ktr Orleans, LoaAiiKtlc,
Jllnnespolle, Kansas City, Ktattlc, Imllanupolls, Atlanta, llcutim. hicliinond,
Oraod Uarilds, NaauvUJe, BaJt Late Clir, IK tlolou, Uouitou, buiulh, Loudon,
Bend Hardware Co.
COMPLETE LIST OF
(From Kntimtny'n Dully.)
Aildltlouiil iiiuiios whMi liuvo Imon
reoHlved this iikiMiIiik from Tim
Diiltns hIiiiw tlm l'innilolo list Of mic
roRstulilrnwIiiKM on tlm IIdiiIiiiui Kill In
Hi'Kit'KiUloo. Tlioso which pi not
liulillshiul yostorduy urot
Arthur II. Ward, HhiiiI: John III-
1 lirt'Bntis V, II. Oltivolnml, llenilj
Josoiih McArdto; llotirito 1'nliner Put
iiuiii. Ilond; rraiu A. Hchrmtor: (loo.
V Schitfur; Kiuuui II. lllll. I'ortlnml;
(loorKu V. liiKiimnn, IIhihI; (IcurKo
L. Itotiorts, llcnil; Ailolph Dufonl.
llcml, ItosH Mncklutosh, llt'iul.
"OIXTV CI.KItU UHl'OUTM.
(From TtioHtlny'H Dully.)
A report of tho funs rncolvml lit tho
county clerk's offluti for tho tuonth
of Seiitemlietr, Iimh Imuui iirepnrwl nnd
shows the following suum rwttlvtfilt
MlittnrilltlL. fitAN 19I2I MR .ilrititlt ,.ii(
a..-... .....0 S.,., TW ...,, U...I11I, lllff,
$ I US.no. prolmlB ofurt $20, murrluKc
llccnsfs X7. This lirhiKH it total of
Wll.l. MIVK t'lintCII SOI'IAI..
(From TiiOHiiny'a Daily.)
Tho youiiK ptopli or the Hitptlst
church will glvo h Iiox social In tho
H.tptlst pnrlors Krlilny iiIkIU, October
r. Tho Klrls will lirltiK liuskots with
him h for two.
MUM. (Mill. DllltS T( Tiatll.
(From TutHKlay'H Dully.)
Mrs John Clillilerit wits nppolutod
lust nlKlit by thtt school honril to
tench no f.xtru cIhm In the OnlrtU
sdiool. Slio will huvt) tho third nnd
Reed-Smith Mercantile Co.
M5ND 945-47 Woll St. ORKGON
TUB PROGRKSSIVB STORH
F. DEMENT & CO.
The Preferred Slock'Slorc
II GROCERIES HARDWARE
school KMtoi.iAiit.vr liiiows,
(From TiiiwiIr"ii Dally.)
An additional enrnllmtmt In the
publlr Hi'hooltt of IIhimI took plui't
ypsturdny wlieii IR Hfw pupils wnrtv
rtKliterd In thf Kntdrtt nd two niorr
In th hlKh school. '
A reRulnr mtlK of tho Onlrnl
()rieon IrrlKntloii Cumimny Vatrr i
t'urrs' AiMHtcUtlon will Imj held In
Itfiloiond on Ortolner . st I oVIrwk
P m. F. K. MOMKIt. .
(From TutNHlny's Dally.)
Volley Iwll )hmU and u uwt were
put up today ut tho Out I School
Krouiids and morn ptuyi;rund Nulp.
in i nt will lit put In during thn wk.
TtHrs, ladders, a Mild box and Imn
ketbflll rourt will b Included.
Men! All Wool
Suits at $25.00
W'h luive it liirno nnd nompU'lo
stock of nifD'a strictly Al.l.
WOOL Nulls ut this ninilontto
flKiiro and wliufa uinro, tlmy
arc In all tho shados and put
turns thai art to Iih worn this
Fall and Winter Tho stylrm
ut h two and thrnobtittoii sack
coats, box and medium fltlliiK
bucks. Tho materials aro fin
ished and uiiflulahtHl w orated,
IiIiih ami brown cheviot,
iW'HHttM, i'aaslmnrrM and IiIum
serKH. Aa to slxo, wo tiavo one
to fit every man. whether Ioiik.
ahort, stout. hIIiii, rrKUlar or
etra. Cume In today nod rIvh
theso critical Insiiectlou Ite
mfiuber, Al.l. WOOL, ami only
(llll'ilIX TAKI'ICTA NlliKS,
K.Tlt. Sl'ia l.l.
At $2.25 Yard
K,.nrh Tlieao universally pop
ular silks are fumed for their
nervk cable as well as their
wi-arliiK iiinl)tles. and are yarn
de, which Insures Vramaiieut
deep, rlili. limlnuiH color
Mhowu In u full raiitte of at reel
and eviMiliiK shades Kxcallnut
iiualliy Just the rlKht wwIkIU
for iiistiintes, aklrts. suits,
ciwts. etc rli '(I apei lally W.ll
Extra Special at
6 tin It Wool llrnad. lothfs In at
tractive new shade for sillta,
coats, nklrts, beautiful dep,
rich lustrous finish rthuwrt In
Medium llrowo. Navy, lllue,
lllack. and tha ever-iMHiolar
Myrtlo (Jreeo Hhrewd buyers
should not fall to attend this
Men and Boys' New
N'othlUK beats a Koint inackl
now Wliitur and cold uaya will
soon Im here You will want
aomethliiK to wear In placet of
an MVHfTIMtl, HHll a H)kltM
fill that very waut and at the
mhisi time) la much mora kaudy
fur strenuniia pasttmM.
We hav a cnmplata lla of
lHautlful new mackinaws In
plaid pattarna, red, KrwSM, Ian.
brown and blow. OttoH
bolt, lam patch pockeW nnd
larae shawl eullara. All Ims
from 31 to It and modaratol)
$9.00 to $12.50
I cut -Mil (Mil II i Worth Miinryj
( DONT MIS8 THIS. Cut out thhfj
slip, unclose with fie to Foley & Co ,
383ft Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III.,
I writing your name and uddrosa dour
ly. You will recelvo in return a trial
l package containing Foley's Honey
nnd Tar ConiiiDUiid for roughs.cdlds
and croup; .Foley Kldnay 'Plllahviid
Foley Cathartic Tablets. Hold every
cli) it for kidney trouble,
SERVICES ARE HELD
FOR DAN DRAGICH
(From Wednesday's Dally )
Funoral services worn held this
morning from the Catholic church
for Dan Draglch, who was killed
Monday by a falling Ira. Hav. Fain,
or I.uke Shoehart officiate) at the
funoral, nnd Interment was made In
Pilot llutte cemetery.
Mike Draglch, a brother of, the de
deceased, arrlvod In Ilond of Kir a flvo
wueks visit to California only a short
time before thn tragody oecurrud.
Women llac Tlielr TntublcN.
Not only mlddlo-agcd women, but
younger ones, too. suf for from .back
ache, pains In side, swollen ankle,
sore muscles, rheumatic pains ami
kindred ailments without knowing
that those aro most often tho result
of deranged or overworked kidneys.
Foley Kidney Fills aro good medl-
TAX PAYMENTS MADE
IN LARGE AMOUNTS
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
A substantial payment on the
county's tax list was made today,
whutt checks "were rece'lvwl at the
sheriff office for J22.UC0.I5. rep
resenting the second half of tho taxes
of Tho Hlii.'vlln-lllxou Company.
The entire tax roll for tha county
la ISy.9!y. o that the portMataB)
paid by the one I u miner tasuMMiiy
V..ttli Their Welubl In Cold.
No man ran do hi boat whan suf
fering from hucknehe. rhatiNWtsf
iwlim, swollen Joltits or ore iiih-cJ
II. II. HtQne. ilO .V nd Ml.. ItaaAj.
I'a , writes. "For iinHltln I waa uujbj
0 attend to IlllatllftSS. I II Mil l4l) j
Kidney I'lIU and aotm the imlna ami (
ache wero gouo. T)iey nr wortfi
their weight In gold to me." Sold
every whore Adv.
THE CENTRAL OREGOJSJ
WISHES TO ANNOUNCE
the Of tun if of their Offices
in t lie Court House.
CLYDE JI. McKAY
A Distinctive Showing of Distinctive
Coats for Women.
PRINTZESS Coats stand for all that's distinctive in out
er apparel for women.
Correct style lines, graceful fit, rich, long wearing fab
rics, are a few of the features found in Printzess garments.
Designed and made up by artisans who haye made a
life study of fashioning distinctive feminine apparel.
Our comprehensive coat display will readily appeal to
fastidious dressers. And the wide price range will prove
J I L
...A -.? .W. UUl