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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1917)
1IK.V1I I1ULLKTIN, 1UCNI), OKKGOX, TIll'ltHDAV, OCTOIU'.lt I, 11)17
MOST mt'iivtho own fnrniH nro woll lr,MMl thoo
day; they know that n man's nppctirunrc l rv
Kiuilrit by III neighbor tit somt Indication of
liN prosperity. Ami nmt fnnmr w prosperous, and
nit of ihoin wont to UwU pivihtous.
Wo lmo ono grout oduiuttigc In tiilklnj; to farmer
Hurt Schnrfncr V Mitrx clothe itro . voll ktiimu ti alt
of yon that vo needn't say orj much ationt luiallty; jou
know thoj'ro juhh clothe. The name of thoo maker
on any itnrniout I nil that the uell. Informed lnicr need
" ttPEcv; niter tliat It' merely ueMlou of flinlliif; jour
Mjlo, jour fatirlc, jour Ue. We ilon't hae to "cU"
, .Jlart Schnffuer Marx clothe; men vtlin ttppm-lotc good
KtHxl "hnj" them.
Wo mention fanners especially In this luhrrtUonirnt
bccauM? they are, of all biisine men, mit kern to Imte
the best for their money. Tlioj npprvelute inluc.
Wo sell lota of good clothes to farmers; Just as
wo da to all sorts of business men; Hart Sohaff
ner & Marx clothes arts the kind such men want.
Martin & Cashman
The home ol Hart Sedition & Man clothn
Flotthctm Short Dutcheu Pnti
riots, so tis to hnvu two terminal
fRiros Instead of one.
0. K. lloss, secretary of the State
Highway Commission, drovo Into
jjnwn yesterday accompanied by his
jatlier, u. A. iiohs, or Mirth Yitklmu,
S'nshlngtnn. They enine In (rout The
nllea on u tour of Inspection mid
wont out this niornliiR. Included In
Iholr routo wa n trl to tho Oclioco
furnst. Mr. Hose expressed himself
as much pleased with road Improve
ment lu this locality.
Knur man were nt tt Vancouver
tills morning to join the various
tlMUKkttJ f llM ltrttiat HjiffNli M. '
Kenile Is enteritis the engineer corps
us a camouflage artist, the (trst to,
laHve llend. James A. Klder will
go as a baker In the quartermaster's!
corns, while Frankv Nelh Joins the,
Uirnntry Htid Wllllnm K. Carey, the
field artillery. This Is the largest
group of man sent to Vancouver from
hero t any one time since Coropral
Harvey has been stationed In llend
as recruiting officer.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Monday's Dally.)
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Lusk ware ar
rivals on the Portland train this
luornlm;. They will spend, few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Officer.
William ltrown returned te Gap
ranch near Hums this morning. He
had bean to Salem attending the
fair and stopped in llend on the way
M M. Vale left for Portland today
and will go from there to Huieene.
from which point he will begin a
Tip to Detroit, Michigan. He does
not expect to return to Dend.
Miss Helen Sayre, who has been
employed In the Central Oregon
Bank, will leave tomorrow for her
homo in Burns to assume her new
duties as chief deputy In the pros
ecutlng attorney's office.
Mrs. K. Gladstone, mother of the
Gladstone Sisters, who entertained at
a loos I theatre a few weeks ago. re
turned this morning to seek a loca
tion for a first class dree making
shop which she intends to open bare
Mr. and Mrs. Olyde McKay re
turned from Marshfleld yesterday.
They attended the convention of the
Grand Commander)' of Knights Tem
plars and secured the meeting for
llend next year. Only About 40 del
egates were present.
Forest Hanger K. F. Smith was In
town today from the Tumalo station
and will work from the llend office
while making changes la the private
forestry service telephone lines from
the West Deschutes -and Tumalo dts-
MR. AUTO ST
Stop That GLARE With
A No-Glare Lens
THIS IS THE OFFICIAL LENS HE
CENTLY ADOPTED BY THE
SAFETY FIRST COMMITTEE
8 to 10 Lens, $3.00
91-4 to 10 Lens, $3.50
NO GLARE on your car makes night driv
ing a pleasure. The extraordinary amount
of side light makes every corner "as light as
Unprotected headlights are unfair to every
driver. Protect yourself as well as others.
See Our Window Display the next lime you are up town,
y the Way, Is your Car Equipped IVlth Diamond Tires ?
.Make (JihhI In Hie North,
A rough remedy must be good to'
give satisfaction In a northern state's
variable weather. Dertrnm Droit .
Green liny, Wis., write: "Wo have
used Foley's Honey and Tar ami rec
ommend It to anyone who needs a
good, reliable cough and cold rem
edy " lleliovee croup, opens air pas
sages, oases strangling fight for
breath. Sold everywhere Adv.
ni.,i.i ) " -
. AUTUMN FASHIONS
IN APPAREL FOR WOMEN CaST.
AND MISSES JPPm I
rSs- - Individualized types JM8S!
b "w t iHslhirtioii, rufine- Via- " ""hps-JS?"
I 111 vfilwr " $1alv incut and simplicity S
vSffly nmSs) SmI,s- Skills W'1' ItfifoS'"! I
W nt'HW .md Millinery. & 1
1 (?i r
Vv S?S; LADIES' OUTFiri'LHS 1
WJia"-!iF; Cor. Wall and Ottgoti Sis. Mend, Oregon
FUNERAL HELD HERE
FOR HANS JOHNSON
Odd I'VIIowh and Smiilli-.incrlcnii
War Veteran. In .Vttentliiiice at
Iniiirvslto Ser lre.
(From Wednesday Dully.)
One of the most Impressive funer
als held recently in Hond was that
of Hans Johnson which took place
yeaterday afternoon from the Scandi
navian Lutheran church. It was well
attended by Odd Fellows and Xpan-lan-Amerlcan
War veterans. Mr.
Johnson was well known as a rancher
near Tumalo. Ha died Saturday at
tar a lingering lllneae from eanear of
Itev. llronn conducted the ehurrh
service while the lodge was In charge
at the grave. A quartette composed
of Mrs. Louis Ilennett, Mrs. T. II.
Foley, Charted Krsklue nnd O. A.
Thorsou furnished the music The
principal parts of the pastor's re
murks was In Scandinavian.
FOIl BALK- 1910 ilnlrk Little
Six, la first cIujh shape. Mux 260,
FOIl SALK Oil UKNT Forty
acred at Tumalo; good hulldlngs,
tiiirn. seven cows and heifers, hay.
W. C. McCulstou. 1043 lloiul.
FOIl SALK 191 fi Ford touring
car. Inquire at Ilulletln office.
FOIl SALK 1917 Ford touring
cur; R good llrft and chains. Sun
Chester Klllott, aero II.
from Standard till tanks.
FOIt SALK One young cow, fresh
Oct. IK; one Durham heifer; nne
heavy Mitchell wagon, ohm huggy, one
nlnw. one harroH, one disc, two goad
heating stoves, two log chains. F.
O. Powers. K. W. (Mllette ranch,
(list. Ore. 7-4p
FOIt SALK Motlern houee awl
lelt "lawn, gelahle garden, nle.,
J 1X50; iayments to suit, ('ill eer
ner Aubrey lload and Sagltuw Ave.
Also another k-ousa and lot, at Sfu,
terms to suit. 064-a0ife
FOIl SALK Applaa. erahs. prunes,
cheap. At Forked Horn orchard.
Ilrlng boxes. Kirk Waited. 6tS,10p
FOIl SALK HoUteln hull eatf.
Dam gave 12,000 paunds milk, 420
lbs. fat, In 10 months; reg. sire of
A. It. O. breeding. 1. C. Hurt, llend,
100 head tine
The Whole XeighlMirliixMl Knimx.
Mrs. Anna I'elter. 2AJ1 Jeffaroon
St , So. Omaha, Nell., writes. "Foley's, Ore,
Honey and Tar cured my dauhler of , .,., . , .,
a iiasi pniii iv micfi nnr vri. iiih : "" s niai
son. cured' herself ami family wlthi ' WJ; , J " ' W "'
FoleyV Honey and Tar. and In fuetU- WIIhh llawch, I'owell IliUte,
mnm itrxrvmiM In our lllKhlirhiiul Ore. 27tf
speaks highly of it as a good remedy
for coughs and colds. Sold every
l'rot4t that wood work from the wintry weather with a
coat of FILLKHS
PACIFIC KUHliKK PA INT
It contains nothing but what a first class jtalaHer WMld
use In making a high grade paint.
those walls with
the sanitary kaUomlna which Is ready tor MM when
mixed with hot, warm or cold water. IS beantlful tints
tn salact (ram.
"PHOENIX PURE PAINT"
For the floors, nothing can anrtMM It. It gtvas the
glosey finish dealred.
A small ewn of JAI'-A-LAC narforms wmssti try It
and Ik convinced.
FULLER'S AUTOMORILE ENAMEL
For repainting and varnteh'.ng with one application the
woather-worn surface of AUTOMORILM.
1 IltrrKU FOit SALK lUmptira
I hurks, lambs to 3 year old; Col-'
wnljU liurlfM VMarllMKA In !l vmm aIi! i
Lincoln bucks,' yearlings to S yaare I
old. Wilson Ranch. I'owell Halts. 'I
FOIt SALK One grade Poll An
gus hull. IB months old. Inquire I.
II. Johnson, Mlllkan. 416-XOtfe
FOIl SALIC Mouse and hit. Frier
right. Terms raasonahla. Inquire
. A. K. Kdwards, Hand Sign Co. I7U
Skuse Hardware Company
i WANTS!) Work n farm, by 16
year old hoy. ('None or call at Altn
ttHMtt Motel. BtjlaV ChemMn.
FOK SALK 11 7 Ford ear. slfgh'-
ly usd. Imiulre C. M liragg ranrh
643 .10 llend. K F It
LOST ANI I'OI'M).
TAICKN ri'-Kmt ataar. with left
ear split and blotched brand on Ml
aide; alao black ataar with round hole
In riajbt ear and X brand on right
aide. Stock In hraachy and breaks
Ihte my place. Owner may have sanjji
by proving property and paying roars.
Near It I lay, on Hum road.
i shotgun bsrrfl Rnwsrd. I)4Viii
port, rare Flint Untie Inn. ChV .1Z
LOUT N'nar (Marmond pla , east
of town, ladies' handbag rutiiwimiiK
Indian' oW watch with fob. jcni.
gold chain, silver thimble Liberal
reward. Mrs. K. ('. Kkmmcl
TAKK.V l'I - Durham , brnndj
ed fish book on right rump. Ixni
u ssai sassA satsf st A Li,dftAa J iuU J L .... L. . I i ..
, hi vi niruiii miuuit. imii ii ri i'i
uiie s.irrei nttrerNrffe . canter. Owner nan have ..ittie I.
ItKNT I'artlally (urnlthad. i By. on right stifle;
house, suitable for n ronple two yearn old. branded
fiso-:ilp of ladies or married couple, no ctII- "ralit l(wsrd. II. C. Hilton
H C connected, right niltla; i wMlS uaviii -faaal hill ..! r..r n.i. ,.,iu.r
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Usv '! VV" VIco President L II. McIlKVNOLIW, AssUrashlor!1
jprx i4. a. BA-iiir.ii, vice rres. . A. HTOVKK.AmI. Cashier 2X
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to lhe ffirst fMational Bank
IV rP dp mr n r urn r- n -. y .
rfabA V r uc fl U D&I1U, U1V.&OU
A small payment down puts an
Electric Range In your home.
BEND WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO.
Capital fully paid
The Federal Reserve
System Helps You
IT WA8 CUKATKD, IWMAWLY
To help tho Iluslnoss Men and Farmers, fc
To provldo plenty of currency at aft times,
To effect a steadier supply of credit.
Tho Hystom morlts tho support of all pood citizens; It
must huvo yours In order to reach Us full dovolopinoat.
You cun socuro tho henoflts of this groat systom and nt
tho Biimo tlrao aBslst directly Jn dovoloplng (fby doposft
iiig your money with ub.
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND