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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1917)
IUCNII nUM.KTIN, IlKM), OUKflON, Tlll'USDAV, 0CT011KU l, HU7
YOU are cordially invited to make this store your head
quarters when in Bend. You will find here plenty of easy
' chairs in which to rest and any conveniences we may have
are at your disposal. If you contemplate buying Furniture,
Rugs, Stoves or Ranges, we know we can please you and
save you money. If you are not now in the market we
shall be pleased to have you inspect the finest stock of
medium and high grade furniture ever shown in Central
Odd Pieces Specially Priced
$ 8.00 Solid Oak Rockers, special $5.95
$30.00 Quartered oak Library Table, special .. $23.50
' $14.50 Derby Heating Stove $10.75
$08.00 Circassian Walnut Chiffoniers $29.50
$ 8.50 Wool Blankets ..$ 6.15
$28.00 Genuine Leather Rockers $19.85
$20.50 Seamless Ikussel Hugs $21.25
$80.00 Guaranteed Brass Beds $22.50
tho pnoplo In lloiul, npoitUoni iti
pourud at tiotli o( tlio moving picture
theatrca tor brlof nddroiinoii, A din
nor wait glvon nt tlio lMUt llutto Inn
cnrtlor In tho ovonlng In honor of
tho Llborty homl booatorn. Momborti
of tho dologntlou who uro touring
Control Oregon In (ho our furnlnhd
by IJrlc V. Iluusor, of Portland, loft
, thin morning tor Kliunnth Fall. Pol
low up moutlngii In lloiul worn hi hud-
tiled to bt hold today at both of tho
Notlco In horoby glvon that I w'll
on tho 27th day of October, 1 U 1 7.
at tho city pound, at lUo'ulook In tho
aftrruoon of Kald day, noil at public
nuotlou to tlio highest blddor for
cnalt, tho following dnnorlhod prop
ert : Onn red Moor, noma out wnt
tlo, lull bind leg llouho brand,
MlKtiml. I.. A W. NIXO.V,
:t:i o Official I'ouudiiiHHtnr.
I . ..
worth Tliolr Wei-lit in Unui.
No man can do liU boat whou Miif-
fcrlng from bapkaobo, rboiunatle
pa!n, nwollon Joint m or Horo iiiuhcIoh
1 11 II, Htom 840 N. 2nd St , Heading,
(Pa , wrltoii, "For moutliH I was unable.
to attond to ttunltienn. I used Fnloy
IKIdnoy I'IIIk ami soon tho paltiH and
' adieu woro roiio. Thoy urn worth
, their wolKht In gold to mo," Hold
U(tUi:HV STOUV TOI.II IN COl'HT
R Toledo, Charter Oak- and lnl-
angeS voral Itangos. Your Thank
plvlofr Dinner will tasto bettor If cooked on n
II . A bljf lino of Honton anil a
2.50 to 25.00
appear that ho hail committed sul
el do. ho mild.
On tho following day ho wan tukon
back homo by hH captor, uud while
Mrs llatloy mood guard her aon rlflod
tho bouse, Mocurlug a tlood to tho
'ranch which bad boon prepared In
I anticipation of tho transfer of tliu
laud to her. lie wan released, ho
said, only on condition that ho should
.say nothing whatever about tho
Wo nro agents for tho Slnper Sewiuff Machine.
Folly guaranteed and -old on very eny term-. Your
old machine taken as part imminent.
All goods packed and delivered to yoqr nearest railway station
Without charge. Special attention given to mail orders.
Bend Furniture Co.
NOW LOCATED AT 827 WALL STREET
The Whole XclKliliorliood Know.
Mrn. Anna IVIn r. So J i Ji-ffprxnn
St . So Omaha, Nob . write. "I oley'n
Money uud Tar cured m dauR'ilr of
a bad cold My neighbor. Mn Iton-
iou. cured borsxlf and fum'l with
Fil'Va Honey and Tar, and n. tut
t mnt evorvono ,lu our nolghb 'itiood
spiaka hlghl of It as a good reined)
for i oughs and lolds " Sold ceiy-
1 where Adv.
Springs I 3
!! hl a ww a
"Tft ' 10,000 worth of bonds. Th total
I L wan $10,000 In excess of the amount
I i J t raised In I'rlnevllle, where a meeting
I u'At ftnlfl n( nnnn nn flic anms ffav
1 The Liberty bond eamnalgn b
BEND'S QUOTA IS SET
Hour of Sacrifice Has Come, Declaim
Pciidlctou Man Kconomy Uracil
uh Moans to Win Death Cirnp-
lIc With Autocracy.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
- 1IIOH MOIITS I.N THi: Mil-
EUTV UONI) CAMPAIGN.
- A .10 bond Ih better than a
$,")( bill, hccaiiho it ilruuN In-
Tlio only way to keep the
Gcriiuuis from llckhiK u I 1 "
lick tho (rnaiH.
I'ight with men and money
- until tho Hammlo inarch down
Untcr dou Iiindon uud banc Old
filory on the htatue of Frederick
tho Great, "
"This la not u war loan, but a
Such was tho characterization of
America's second Liberty bond loan,
tnado last night by I'ruBfdent L. C.
Oilman of tho Oregon Trunk rallwuy,
bt a mass mooting of oitlzuuB of Horn!
bold at tlio Hippodrome And that
Jiond la no niggard In answering tho
ountry's call was clearly shown
vihen In 10 minutes after tho Ijpt
soaker bad concluded, pledges for
&23.000 worth of bonds bad boon
fclven. Twonty thousand of tho
amount waa made up of threa largo
bums. Tho Shevlln-Hlxon Company
Klylng $5000 'through Its local plant,
tho First National Dank plodglng a
)ikc amount, and tho Central Oregon
liank and officials asking tor
rty bond eamnalgn has
only started, according to Mr. Oll
,maii, who believes that a total of
jiuu.uuu snoum ue rsacneu. solic
iting for subscriptions will be pushed
during the remainder of the week by
the local committee, aided by Itev.
J. K. Snyder, of Pondloton.
America Must Sacrifice.
Introduced by C. S. Hudson, chair
man of tho local committee, Itev.
Snyder appiared last night as the
first speaker of tho cvonlng, declar
ing that America must, If nccossary,
carry tho cross of sacrifice to Insure
world freedom. Ilov. Snydor Is him
self tbo father of a boy now fighting
In the trenches In France.
"The Issue of tho war Is the fate
of civilization," he doclarod. "Wo
own ono-thlrd of tho gold of tho
United States, and our other re
sources are tremendous. Wo aro
called to give -tho best that we have
and glvo it cheerfully."
John H. Stevenson, former munic
ipal Judgo of 1'ortland, outlined the
outrages porpetratod by the Germans
during tho war, declared that a his
tory of Prussian diplomacy plainly
reveals the trail or the serpent, urged
tho purchase of bonds as tho safest
investment in tbo world, and as a
rosult getting method of backing up
tho boyG who havo gone to tho front.
Money wins wars, and this war Jb one
of nomocracy vs. Autocracy, which
wo must win.
Kuthcr'H Grammar Scored.
Ho waB followed by Ilevorend
Hartranft, who claims that tbo chief
objection bo had against the Kaiser
is that "ho doesn't know enough
Gorman or Kngllsh grammar to put
God before h'.a name." Tho speaker
also urgod the saving of two cants'
dally on food and putting it into Lib
erty loaiiH. "Tho nation would have
$2,000,000,000 worth at tbo end of
tho year If they followed this bit of
advice," ho said.
President Oilman, of tho Oregon
Trunk, urged that tho only mothod
by which pquca can bo accomplished
is by whipping Germany and whip
ping her in tho "good old-fashioned
American way, doing It thoroughly "
"Don't neglect the bhuH man," ho
sa'.d "Give him a t banco with his
$50 or $100. The government wants
It for tho good will K expressed.
Thrfo billion moans only $30 apUcu
from each person In th nation. That
Is only a umall tax which the people
of this country shouldn't buck at."
Mr. Ktherldgo was the lest spoak
or. Ho explained the bonds, show
ing how near they aro to cash.
"Peoplo ask whnt thoy can do with
tho bonds," ho said. "You can buy
a home, a suit of clothes, or lonn
money on thorn. Liberty bonds aro
a mortgage on tho whole L'nitod j
In order to roach a majofuy of,
I'OIt HAM: Model 211, flvn-pns-eiKor
llulck. demmtiiublH rims.
Call Sti-iday. Wagner, Cor 12th ad
Marshall 71 X
FOIl S.M.K I eim, cimlUR . I
be'fer ' billing 2, one good storSt Md
dle. Inquire 1121 OgdoH A after
i,, or Sundays 731-SSc
FOIt 8.LB--(1immI gt! team,
price reasonable. Write It. K Ward,
llend. Ore. 710 33,3 I p
' FOIt SAI.K SO acr. ft or ''. acre
rlnarod and In rlnvnr, 20 neroa that
eould bti cleared; Cmllk cows. 7 tons
bay In barn, enough to winter stork;
2 1 acroH of potato; good bouso
and barn. Picture sent to partle
luteroMtfil, Prloo 12500, tortus.
Frank Updike, Klk City. Ore.
FOR HALK- lain llulck Little
Six, In first claiut shape, ll'tx 2 (IS,
FOIt SALK 1!1G Ford touring
car. Inquire ut Hulletlu off to.
I COOK B Y I
CIOU") CKOWNS $5.00)
ItlimCK WOKIv $5.00
Porcelain Crowns $5.00 )
TTe KING BEE DENTISTS i
All Work Guaranteed For 10 Years
Dr. C. A. KHOOM. Irop., MnKr.
King Bee Dentists
Over Postoffico Bend, Oregon
Pradical Experience in Dentistry
is Absolutely Necessary
We have always contended lhat'a diploma merely cer
tified that the recipient had "aoKorhcd" such princi
ples of dentistry as could he "taken up" hy his "men
tal system" nut! his REAL KDUCATION WAS
YET TO COME.
Tho recent graduate, Just out of cdhge, Is nut flttod for oral sug
ory except t'NDint HlM'UltVIHION,
In my 15 years of practice I have had this truth forc
ihly illustrated over and over again.
I have employed a score or more dentists and h.lve 1
been "patronized" hy some, "tolerated" hy others,
and "pitied" hy still otherst-but I NEVER HAD A
MAN IN MY EMPLOY TWO MONTHS HUT
WHAT HE ACTUALLY KNEW MORE AND
TALKED LESS THAN WHEN I EMPLOYED
That does not mean that I am a smarter man or a bet
ter dentist than my fellows it does not mean I am
egotistical it simply means that I, TOO. HAD THE
CONCEIT THAT I ACQUIRED IN DENTAL COL
LEGE KNOCKED OUT OP ME IN THE SCHOOL
OF EXPERIENCE, and was therefore better able to
judge the REAL ABILITY of other dentists and
steer them around the pitfalls that beset my path.
That dearly-bought experience was worth all it cost
me. It has enabled me to build up a practice of Den
It has enabled me to sjstemati.e this practice that I
can save the public hair their dental bills without sac
rifice of duality of material or skill.
It taught me to experiment until I perfected the local
anesthetic which enables me to eliminate unneces
I niot irniitlv ndvlne peop'e to nnrV iff . r r 'it .'xi r I. o
I't'T. f'rxt In ike sure It I llii rlnlit k'n.l ,.r ., r. n. ....
"I iik a 'blur wronK or m the iMine w icut (lri n uoU4!
ti rfitti u tilt I (itllii.v if.. f..L . i -
rV'ii.iti- tn i im" mm in i
FOIt HAI.K Onn iiuiik w, fr ah
Oct. I.',; one Durham beltur; oite
heavy Mitchell wagon, one bunny,
plow, one hnni.H, one if, two good
boating movoH, two log rhnlnn. F.
O. Powora, K. W. Oillott ranoh,
Olst, Ore. 067-Xlp
FOIt 8AI.B- ,Iodru hotite and
lot; Uwu, v'eRutabln gareVn. et-,
JU60; paymrntx 1o anlt. ('ill cor.
nor Aubrey I toad nod BukIim Ave
Alan anothxr bouaa and Int. at IHg.
tcrtna to an It. Odt-JOlfc
SHKKP FOIt KALIS 100 bead f'H
wool uwna: will ali nil or any part of
thorn. Wllaun itaiieh, Powell Iliitte.
IIUrivR FOR BALK- l(Miiipahlri
buck, lamba to a years old; Cole-
WiiIiIm lllli'tlrt l itu pllnwii f.i V i...M ..LI .
Llncolim biicka. iirllngH to 3 cura
old. Wllnoii Itaiich, Powell lliitte,
LOST AMI I'Ot M).
ItHWAItl) $500 rcviard w II In
paid for the arront and inieuti or
anAiie eauajltt muhIIiik raMle from
the inotnhora of ttm HU:ora MHolui
Llvaatoek Amh., Jon ll.iv, ird. Jr.
JkM-.-Treon. 7j ..,37
FOU.S'D- Light red hoif. r branded
II I) on left hip and n l ft ritoi,
unkoowH brand on right h'p. ago I
year. J. H. Taylor. Nunl Itnnih
rOP.S'I)- llrown pott-d Mtoer.
nuarior-rlrrle ovar N brand on rlghi
b'p. 3 on left Idp, rr mark. tw
apllti In left; ng about 7 ,ra. J
II Talor, Stanley Itaiuh
FOIt SALK One it;., In tll A..
gus hull, 15 nioutliH (dd. liutulro P,
ii. jonnanu, .miiiiuiu. lic-20tfe
I ItANK PLItt'lVALI,
A small payment dawn puis an
Electric Rang?. In lour home.
BEND WATER, LIGHT .& POWER CO.
O. 8. Hl'D80N, President Jlt'OII IJ IlItAN. Vice Pr h
II. C. COH, Vlco Proaldont L. 0 McltKVNOLDH, Cash.or
L A, HATIIKIt, Vlco Pruu. K K HAWYHIt, Anal. Cuahlcr
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Capllul fully paid
.Surplus . . .
t' (it i
....In nsltliiK 3011 to buy u Liberty
Itoml, tbo United SIiiIon docs not imlc
you to SPKM) jour monoy, 11 offorn
joii Instead n Hplcndld opportunity to
HAVU uud to I.WKST. W
CoiiNiili iin for full Inforiiuitlon,' '
TITe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
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