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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1917)
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The Bend Bulletin
OKOnUB 1'AhMEll PUTNAM
KOI1RUT W. SANVVKIl
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for Die nqunro deal, clean liual
ncuR, clenn putllics nnd the boat In
terests of Henri nnd Control Oregon.
Ono Year J1.R0
Six Months 76
Throo Months 50
TitutsiUY, octoiikk t8, Ut7
IJUY A UOND.
Oregon Is facing its socond Liberty
This state Is required to ralso In
Liberty bonds the sum of $16,500,
000 nnd expected to raise over
These- bonds may be bought In any
8Uo from $50 up. Thoy can bo
bought all In cash down or on the
partial payment plan: per cent
down, IS per cent In HO days-40
per cent In CO days and 40 per cent
In 30 days. They bear 4 per cent
Patriotism doxuands that every cit
izen buy Just as many Liberty bonds
as ho can afford.
Unless the entlro country takes up
its three billion dollar issue of Lib
erty bonds, the country faces ono al-
$M,!i rU)U.SriMlli:i ON
TUB 8KCOXI) .lilltKUTV LOAN
(Continued front Pago 1.)
Hew Snyder apnko again this noon
nt the Pilot Unite Inn, where the
weekly Commercial club luncheon
was given over entirely to the discus
sion of the Liberty bond campaign,
"We're a rich people, but we will
lonrn what tho word sm rlf.ee means
boforo this war Is over," ho declared.
"No man has a right to profit In th's
war.' What we mako should be laid
at the feet of tho government fur the
"It's tho buys who go to the
trenches who will suffer, nnd It's up
to us to reduce tho minimum of riau
gor so that thoy will have the max
imum chance to como homo safe. We
can do this by subscribing to the
Liberty Loan and Increasing the sin
ews of war.
War Will ItrlnK Olnry.
"We are going to como out of this
war a glorious nation, better pre
pared than ever to meet our responsi
bilities. Tho advance of civilization
is being mado possible. Eventually
tho nations must disarm, nnd tho I
brotherhood of nntlons and the I
Fatherhood of God be recognized as I
the outcome of this conflict. Put
this Is only to come to pass after thu
shedding of blood, and America is'
called on to do hor share. We must
pay the price, as have Franco and
England paid, In men nnd In money."
Mr. Do Long spoke for u few ni.n-
utos, explaining the bonds before ap
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Personal Service, Which Aims lo Servo
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man urner aeouon is a nttrcnu 01 re
Our Out-of-Town Customers Promptly Mid Well.
MM MERCANTILE CO,
D-IS-IT Wall Street
THE PROGRESSIVE STORE
MAKE Tl IIS
Come ! ' Look !
Striving always to delineate tho mode in its nowest expressionsaiming at all times to present to our
customers all that is authoritative and correct wo have assembled in this store tho most comprehensive
display of Icon's and Women's Outer Garments over shown in Bend. This week wo aro going to havo
on display hundreds of garmonts that havo just arrived. Don't Fail to Soo Them.
tnrnntlvn !nno. Tho monnv will havo
to be raised by direct taxation. nnd",,cal,on b,aks wor Pl around,
that means not only Income taxes. mosl of "'o "sing taken home to be
but every form of taxation that could i rs,,Ql1 oul ,alon
Automobiles and gasoline, for ex
nmplc, as luxuries would probably be
taxed until It would be almost Im
possible to own one.
By purchasing bonds the period of
taxation for the war Is spread over
Llborty bonds are exempt from all
taxation up to $5000.
Over that sum they are exempt
from all state and local taxation and
aro liable only to the surtax.
Tliey are especially a poor man s
Investment, but the bankers and cor
porations have alreadysubscrlbed for
millions of dollars of them.
It Is planned by a careful district
ing of the stato to give everyone an
opportunity la purchase a Liberty
You can buy one at your nearest
Wo Ifavo a largo and complete stock of men's strictly All Wool
Hulls at this most moderate figure $15 to $35 ami what's more
they aro In all tho shades and patterns that are to bo worn this
fall and winter. The styles are two nnd throe-button sack coats,
box and medium fitting backs. The malorlnls ant finished
and unfinished worsteds, blue tweeds and sorges. Ah to sixes,
wo havo ono to tit every man nnd high school boy, whether
long or snort, stout, slim, regular or
extra. Come In and give these your n I Ij TO
critical Inspection; all wool; from
ATILL OPK.V ,BV SCHOOL L'XIT.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
smaller ono which will be used for
lunches when ' exhibits arc given.
"With a special dining room of their
own to practise in, the girls will be
taught to servo meals correctly.
Tho rooms are conncoted by an
outsido gallery built on the southern
California style. Here folk dances,
and pageants may be held. Adjoin-
Final preparations for the canvass
ing of Pond for subscriptions were
mado last night at a meeting of the
local committee ut tho Pilot llutte.
Inn last night. II. J. Overtnrf, T. II
Foley and J. A. Hastes were named to
district the city and to apportion the;
volunteer bond salosmen to the var
ious sections. A second meeting will
be held at S. o'clock tonight and to
morrow the soliciting committee will
start on a thorough search fur sub
scriptions. The following additional subscrip
tions were roported by the Henri j
Nettlo Stevenson $ 5(
Olive Hayes Powell 5C
Frank Harvey - , .... 10C
Claude Mannhcimer 10C
It. O. Dlackwcll 6fi
George S. Young 50
Thomas F. Brooks 450
Mrs. Harry K. Drooks 2o0
Mabel Lorcnco 50
Vernon A. Forbes 100
Girls' Honor Guard 50
Minnie F. Sanders 50
Harl J. Sanders 100
Coslme Miller .... 60
J. Ryan . 200
John A. Ferguson .... 60
Hundreds of women will welcome this grand opportunity when
they read this sensational offer. Thtwo are full 4S Inches long,
full flare, some lined throughout, others lined to tho waist,
wide belts, buckle, trimmed large collars and cuffs, some with
snmo materials, othors with fur collars, plush collars etc. All
tho wanted colors brown, green, mixtures, new beets shade,
plum, blue and black. Materials come In broadcloth and any of
the iuii new materials.
$15 '-I $90
MEN'S WORK SHOES
Cutter I'ue, 11-Inch top J -t o jf
Hr pair ........ .....ip l,OU
Extra Heavy Krum Soles
Extra Tan Leather Holes
Medium Weight .Shoes
per pair...... ................
Tan, Original Chliiuwa
A. A. Cm tor Work Shoes
Light Widirhl Chippewa Shoes
per ulr.. ........ ...... ......
Army Trench Shoe, null mIh
per pair.. ............ ........
Light I'lluMo Shoe, double vamp
Calk Chippewa Hoot, 12-Inch top
Chlpiowu 1'nc, 12-ln top
I I iff' !5T. L! t-. K V H
Our Presses art) as smart its can Ik, yet tiuariii'v Is achieved no
kiiuply llml th dr'ssis aro Just the tiling for m'liool, shopping
or liusintH. The legan' lines coui'iii'iid them t'i every woman
who would huvr the fahtoiialilu Mlhou- (P C a tOv
iiltes. The prices range from ... Jl I J lJ tp4&.J
Also Afternoon and Dancing Frocks
Now Is the opMirtiine time to buy your 11 lank fix, not for this
winter, but (or next winter also. We own hundreds of palls at
the old price of wool. When the "i a xund wool Is woven Into
blankets you will pay double, No havo n im'uui If hi assiirlmeut
of plaids In I'oiuliluntlon of colors, alv) plain
color liliuiKets, iroiii f.'u.w iiown to ..
.Make ChxhI In the North. I
cough remedy must be good to.
lng tho cooking classes will be those;
mad homestead I
nrated by a glass partition. Tenty'""''''r.'"um.v"ilaniry No. 010CC7 for KVk. Section,
.linnkknpnlnc doska aro to bo Installed ',.! tv.i.v'a iinnVv ....! T,. mwl roo. 27, Townelllp 13 South, Itange H,
' i"""-" ....v - . hm.i. U'lll:,iniltK Mnrlillati. linn fllci!
t-pownter tables. Kour.onimenu it to anyone wno neeus a ,,- .,","", , ,:,;
Three var proof, to establish lfi.ui1
to the land above doscrlhed, before
II. C. Kills. United States Commit, i
, sloner. at Hend, Oregon, on the 21st
I day of Novumber, 1017.
XOTM'i: FOK Pt'IlLICATIOX. ria!mat nmn. n. wltnM.... I)n.
Department of tho Interior, V. S. vld C. Itogers, Frod G. KIger, Janet '
Land Office at The Dalles, Orogon.lM Williams. Klmer K, Cullisou, and,
ueptomuer zb, iaiv. uiuion i.. Kvans, an or iinnu, ore-
and seven typewriter tables. Four
class rooms, two of which are in the
basement and will fte devoted to
grammar grades, complete the an
nex. Tho heating plant has been
enlarged so as to include the hot a'.r
system of the old building and a
ntcam heatlug plant for the new one.
Two radiators are In each room of
tho now wing.
Ono of tho bungalows in the yard
will bo used during the winter for
Junches while tho dthor will continue
to house the manual training equip
ment. Tho old Central building will
hold only threo grade rooms during
tho remainder of the winter. It Is
planned to eventually move all of tho
classes out of it.
A basketball court Is to be leveled
off in tho yard between the buildings
nnd tho large rocks hauled to one
side and covered over with earth. It
will not bo necessary for pupils com
ing from the north end of town to
como around tho building to tho
front entranco any longer as a stair
way has boon put In at tho back ond
of the new wing to accommodate
ommenu It to anyone who needs a
good, reliable cough and cold rem
edy." Hellcvos croup, opens air pas-,
sages, cases strangling fight for
breath. Sold everywhere. Adv.
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TRUNKS! BAGS! SUIT CASES!
Notice Is hereby given that Howard !
F. Dyer, of Uend, Oregon, who, on '
Ruy a Llborty Hond.
there are u number of
very individual styles
here now in Black Velvet
for you to select from.
FXHIHITOHS OF COWIKCT
IF ITS NKW
WK IIAVK IT
Cor. Wall and Orgeon Sti.. Bentl. Oregon
f An authoritative
showing of Winter
Apparel here for your
inspection in Millinery
Cloaks, Suits, Skirts
Waists and Dresses.
You will find the variety great
and the prices most reasonable.
It is quite proper here to look without
buying, and quite safe to buy without
looking. We do not conitJcr a tram
action complete until you are thoroughly
The Sxvlni at Oar Store Will Day A LIBERTY BOND
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You Will Find Our Baggage Line Complete
We are prepared to fit you out for
that trip with everything necessary
Traveling Clothes to Traveling I
Suits Cases, - $,'.00 to $6.50
Do It Now -Buy That Libty Bond I.
DRY GOODS QATHFRS 'i SHons I
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