The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, June 06, 1918, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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11UND HUM.liTIX, lir.NI) OIUHJON, T1IU11HDAY, JUNK 0, IIMH
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One Way to Show Your
Patriotism-
CAU
EOF DEATH
May be you don't soe
tbe connection be
tween serving your
eountry and buying
clothes; there is one.
It's the same thing as
when you serve by
observing meatless
or wheatless days.
You'll not help win the
war by substituting poor
quality for good, nor by
buying in o r c h a n d I s o
which Is choaponcd by
adulteration, Just because
It's low priced.
You'll not help win un
less you spond your
mopor carefully; being
nuro of what you got for
it. 10 w prico and real
ocono-my don't go to
gether theso days.
When you consider tho
cost of wool and then
look at so mo of the very
low priced clothes, you
have to Wonder what they
can be made of.
Tho best way to buy
clothes Is to get all-wool
fabrics, and tho o t h o r
things you got when you
buy such clothes as ours.
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INJURED.
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("omimny 1.onon Control of Con-
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FOR THE MEN
MR, MANi Wltnt arc you paying for your wearing apparel? Our Men's Department it overflowing
with REAL VALUES. If you liavant nlreaily vm'ted tltli department come in and ice what you
can ave on good, rcliuble merclmnJue.
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Copyright Ilart Scbaffncr & Marx
M. P. CASHMAN
The home of Hart SchafTner A: Marx
TWENTY-ONE TO GO
FROM THIS COUNTY
(From Saturday's Dally)
Twenty-ono draftees aro to be
called from Deschutes county to fill
tbe Juno quota of tho call for 275,
000 isauitd by Provost Marshal
Crowtfer. This word was received by
Tho Bulletin this afternoon, and is
much lower than the report issued
by tho Oregonlan that 58 men were
to be called. No official notification
has yet been received by the local
draft board.
County Filings.
Deschutes County Abstract com
pany's report of Instruments filed for
record in Deschutes county June 3,
19X8:
W. M. Wilson to J. M. Roberts,
warranty deed, $3,828.
J. M. Iloborts to F. G. Atkinson,
warranty deed, $1,000.
Dora D. Park to Eugene C. Park,
warranty deed, 1.
State of Oregon to C. P. Becker,
deed.
Northwest Townslte company to
Edward S. Sayres, warranty deed, $1.
Northwest Townslte comapny to
Frederick C. Youngblutt, warranty
deed, 1.
Northwest Townslte company to
W. II. Sharp, warranty deed, $1.
Northwest Townslte company to
Wm. Ralph Downer, warranty deed,
11.00.
Northwest Townslte company to
Henry F. Linge, warranty deed, 11.
Northwest Townslte company to
Doyd II. Fuller, et a!., warranty deed,
$1.00.
Northwest Townslte company to
Ann M. Klest, warranty deed, $1.
Vnrtllfo, rPwi'naltn nnmnnNK A
iw.uv Awi..a.v vuiu'Hli; fcw
Thos. II. Sheridan, warranty deed,
$1.00.
Same to same, warranty deed, $1.
KnllMK In Murines. Earl Miller or
Sisters yesterday enlisted In tho Ma
rino corps through the local recruit
ing office under Sergeant Brooks,
Ho loft last night for the Mara Island
training station. Mr. Miller Is Just
21 years of age, and by his enlist
ment yesterday escaped the registra
tion required of men of his age which
Is being held today.
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NOTICE!
Second installment on Third Liberty Loan
Bondswas due May 28th, 1018.
Owners of $50.00 Bonds should pay 20$),
or $10.00.
Owners of $100.00 Bonds should pay 20,
or $20.00.
Payment should be in the Bank at once.
The First National Bank
BEND. OREGON
(From Tuesday's Dully.)
Mtko llatchlln Is dead nud Ous
Fisher Is In tho St. Charles hospital
with u compound fracture of tho leg
na n result of an acctdont at Tho
Shovlln-Hlxon Company camp Inst
night shortly after quitting tltno
when two Hat cars loaded with trnck
laying material crashed Into a log
ging train.
A crow of 20 mon under tho fore
manshlp of John Ktttilson had bo en
laying stool for n now logging road
In tho timber about two miles from
tho camp. When quitting ttmo cnuio
tho men climbed onto tho Hat curs
with their tools and started tor camp.
which was several hundred foot lower
than tho point at which operations
woro being conducted, nud depended
on tho grade to carry them down
without motlvo power. Shortly after
starting, tho brakes on tho front
car broko, and tho cars commenced
gaining momentum. Seeing tho dan
gor they woro In, Klttllson gave the
order to jump, and all of tho mon
complied, with tho exception of
llatchlln and Fisher. Those mon re
mained on tho cars, Fisher staying
until they wcro about n mile from
where tho first mon Jumped, when he,
too, took n chanco and sprang on
Into tho timber besldo tho track,
llatchlln, who seemed unablo to com
prehend his danger, remained until
tho runaway cars struck tho logging
train near tho camp and was Instant
ly killed.
Other membora of tho crew fol
lowed tho cars as fast as posslblo and
picked Fisher up from besldo tho
track, whoro ho was lying"" uncon
scious. A carrier was Improvised by
tho mon and ho was taken to camp.
A few minutes later tho othor men
arrived with tho body of llatchlln,
and tho dead man and tho Injured
were brought to Uend, whoro Fisher
was taken to tho St. Charles hos
pital. Members of the crow this morning
stated that It had been tho custom of
the men working on tho track-laying
gang to rldo tho flat cars to camp
each evening, Instead of walking, and
also to get tho needed material for
the following day. No one antici
pated an accident and ono would
not havo happened had tho brake on
tho first car remained Intact. When
tho main part of tho crew Jumped off
at tho foreman's orders tho cars were
not moving over flvo mllos per hour.
Datchlln was an Italian by birth, and
all of his relatives, with the excep
tion of two sons, who arc also work
ing in tho woods, Ilvo In Italy. It Is
not known whether his wife Is living
or not.
Men's Work Sox H)fi oil! !(-! no
Min's DrosM Sox Ill )& c inU.1r-1
Hod and llluo 'Handkerchiefs t !.''
White llnndkerehlors ne-ltif-il.tu
Khaki Pants lHr-!i'.ll
Work Pants $l.ll.ijM.!M
Wink Shirts ... IOi-llt-lHi-.l,ll
Dross Shirts II-IH--ISH . Il
llluo Bargo Hulls fjUiMIIMHI l,7n.Hlil.niM?'J 1.7.1
Staple and Novelty Milts tftUMl lit (U7.no
Union Label Hulls illl.7n-l.7n.iS7.ni
WORK SHOES for wear,
$2.98, $3.90, $4.98, $5.90
YOU CAN
DO BETTER AT
J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc.
WE LEAD
Others Follow.
197 BUSY STORES
POTATO CROP HAS
UPS AND DOWNS
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
O. A. C. BXPKMMBNT STATION,
Corvallls, Juno 4. A sorles of ups
and downs Is obsorved In the prog
ress of the potato Industry of tho
county by Prof. O. It. Ilyslop, bond
of farm crops of the Oregon experi
ment station.
"Usually a large yield Ih associat
ed with low prices, followed by
smaller plantings ronultlng In smaller
crops and higher price," ho says.
"This encourages tho growers to take
another plunge in putntoos, and tho
oxcohs plantings ospoclally lu good
years produce an onormoiu ovur
bupply and accompanying low prlcos,
'"Tho yeur 191C wnd a Npleudld
potato year In Orogon, but not In tho
states oast of tho Hocky mountains.
Our largo surplus from rather a largo
acreago was dlupnsod of at rather
high prlcos. In 1017 many people,
stimulated by tho high prlcos pro
cured for tho preceding yoar's crop,
spent consldornhlo sums of money to
buy high priced seod and grow po
tatoes, although this station advlsod
beans and corn instead. This hap
pened all over tho United States,
CHICHESTER S P!US
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Aik;r Umirftt.t for CIII-ClIKS-THRB
UlilUUflU UKANU i;
Cold metallic boxes.
Bib ton. Takb mo otsiek.
II.M.l.t and uk tar CHI
ItlAMONI' IlItANIl ril.LS, for tweotr-flra
yeart regarded a liett.Halot, Alwayi Sellable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
ii,i, in nil i) aoaA
icaled with Illue
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with the result of an abnormally low
prtco and difficulty In marketing.
"This yiHtr according to precedent
will bo n year of small planting In
Oregon. Travels nud observations
lu many sections Indicate that the
planting wHI bo small. There Is still
tlmo to plant some of tho seed po
tatoes that aro loft and to mako tho
planting cheaply because seed can be
easily secured. Tho Oregon Agricul
tural collngo recommends liberal
plantings for litis. They may bo
planted up to July 1st, and oven Intor
It tho Juno rainfall Is good. Pota
toes on lower Columbia overflow
lauds havo been successful uven when
planted after August 1.
Something to sell? Advertlso In
Tho Ilullotln's classified column.
0II7..'i.
NOTIl'i: I'Olt PL'III.H'ATIO.V.
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, May 21, ,918.
Notlco Is horohy given that Alva
Kllpntrlck of Uond. Oregon, who on
April 26. 10 1G, made Homoetoad Kn
try No. $14743 for KH (Knst Half)
Section 31, Township ID. South,
Itango 14, Kast Willamette Meridian,
has filed notlco of Intention to make
final throe-year proof to establish
claim to ttie land abovo described bo
foro II. C. Bills, United States com
missioner, at Ilond, Oregon, on tho
lOtOh day of July, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
David C. Hogors of Milllcau, Ore
gon. Howard F. Dyer of .Mllllcnn, Oro
Ron. William A. Golden of Mllllcnn,
Orogon.
Jackson C. Cllngan of Mllllcan,
Oregon.
14-1 8c II. FKANK WOODCOCK.
Ilcglstor.
OD.17.1.
NOTIt'i: FOIt PUBLICATION.
Dopartmont of tho Interior. United
States Land Offlco at Tho .Dalles,
Orogon, Juno 3, 1918,
Notlco Is horoby given that Mary
L. Itosln. assignee of Clifton M.
Ilosln, of Mend, Oregon, who on Oc
tober 23, 11)11. made Desert Laud
Kntry No. 09K7G for Lots I, 2, See.
4. T. 20, H. It 10, :., and H,4 BKU,
Hoc. 33, T. 19, S., It. HI 10 Wlllum
etto Meridian, has filed uotlro of in
tention to mako final desert land
proof to estnhllsh claim to t It t) laud
nbovn descrlbod before II. C. Kills,
United States coiumlsslnuor, itt Iteuit,
Oregon, on tho 2Uth day of July,
1918.
Claimant names at witnesses:
Alwyu F. Leu of Houd, Oregon.
John Holland of Mllllrnn, Oregon.
Louise Fleming of lloud, Oregon.
Arthur Fleming of lloud Oregon.
14-lBp II. FUANIC WOODCOCK.
Register
Classified
Advertisements
Mm kali:.
FOIt BALK Clli:AP--()no hay horse,
true nud geuOe, seven years old,
wnK'ht about I 400 pounds. In
quire at Auno'n feed barn. 23-Hp
FOIt BALK Two fresh cows. Dur
ham type, six and seven years old.
D. W. Deltorlrh, four miles west
of Tumalo on I, K. Wlmer plnce.
28-14-lSp
FOIt SALK Team, wagon nnd har
ness, cheap. . W. Wltto. Call
at Krlcksou's store. 291 4p
FOIl BALK Calves nnd llelUn
hares. Wrlto Ilox 4 03, Ilond, Oro.
78-13-Hp
FOIt BALK 3 good milch cows, 6
head of steers, 3 head holfors, 1
Kconomy cream separator, 4G0lb.
capacity, $30. O. D. Norton, Mllll
can. 02-12-Hc
FOIt BALK -14 head of cattlo and
ono work team. II A. Oosney,
Union barber shop. Phono 2171.
19-lltfc
FOIt BALK Mako offor for lot 10,
blk. 22. Park addition. Ilond: M,
to bo rnnh, hat. 2 years at (i'r. 11,
llrummnll, rant Helena Hotel, ()
lieu, Utah. 0.1-1 0-1 (ip
FOIt BALK Fifteen head or good
Jersey cows. Homo fresh now,
balance fresh In fall. Association
tested. Van Morse, Kedmoiid,
Ore. 34-7.1 Dp
FOIt BALK Why lioiunstonil when
you ran buy a deeded ranch on
the Tumalo project, 100 acres, for
$fi tier ncroT House 11 ml barn;
rood outside range. Address Lock
Ilox 2. Tumalo, Ore. 92-Ctfo
FOIl BALK - 100 acres 011 tho river.
2fi mllos miiitli of II'MmI. Well
located for stock or tlnlry. L.
Corhln, It. 4. Oregon City.
, . Jt-R-lP
WANTKD.
WANTKD-Hmall second-hand sep
arator, lu good condition. Addross
itt llulletlu. 21-14-ir.p
WANTKD llaneh work hy nil round
reliable murrlod man, ago 33,
Amerlcnu, understands stock of nil
kinds. Thos Doyls, It. F. I)., No.
3, Ilox 26, llelllughum, Wash.
25-1 4p
I.OHT AND FOUND.
TAKKN UP -3 old sheep nud 3
lambs; painted brand T on back.
J. O. I lagan, te, ((,ck mill. Ilniid.
Phono I8F2. ID-Up
KSTItAV NOTICK4 yearling calves
branded 2 B with bar underneath.
Notify II. A. Oosney, Union harbor
shop. Phono 2171. 83.1 3-1 Go
FIIANK PKHCIVAI.L 'm
Mllllcan, Orrgon.
adv.SOp
A
6"
Itlght side; right ear crop
ped; wattlo rlicht hind leg.
II. I TONK, HUutn, Orn.
adv.lOOo
P. II. JOIINKON,
Mllllrnn, Oregon.
Refrigerators
Warm wcatlier has conic at last. Don't allow food that is expensive and scarce
to spoil, for u good refrigerator will save its first cost in one season. Consider, too,
how much more appetizing are summer foods when served cool and fresh.
A small family size refrigerator, built of
Eastern ash, all white enameled interior,
with two removable shelves can be had for
Jiuw muuii iiiuii;
$19.50
1 i;uui mill 1 1 can.
$19.50
Suit Cases and Bags
A stock of medium priced Hags and Suit Cases is now being unpacked. These
are not the expensive kind but come in a variety of styles and are priced from
$1.95 to $12.50
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets
The Hoosier was designed by experts in domestic science. Every one of the many
features embodied in this cabinet is a practical time and labor saver. Why not
make yours a modern kitchen by installing a Hoosier. Terms as low as
$1.00 Per Week
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