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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1918)
11RNI) HUM.KTIN, IINN'D DUNOON, THl'UHUAY, JUNK !!, HUH
News in Brief.
(From "Wednesday's Daily.)
Industrial Clubs tlusy. llty and
Klrlu of tlio Industrial clubs of tho
county uro busy, nccordlng to J. Al
ton Thompson, who returned last
night from a trip to iledmond and
Terrebonno In Interost of tlio club
vork. Many of tho members of tin)
club aro engaged In raising lamlia,
othorn aro Intorostcd in pigs and
chickens, whllo several have taken
tip tho war pardon as a duty. Among
tho girls tho greatest Interest Is
xhovvn In tho canning and cooking
departments. Thero aro nbout two
liundred mombors In tho county.
IlOwe In Destroyed. Sheriff S. K.
Itobarts has destroyed 24 quarts of
liquor takon In rocont bootlegging
raids In this city. This does not ln
cludo tho amount found at tho homo
of "Dago Mike," wliOhas appealed
Ills caso from tho decision of tho
WJIl Finish Uosldonco. Arrange
ments havo boon mado by L. D. Wlcst
tor tho completion of his $10,000
resldenco In Wlestorla. Work is ox
lU'cled to start nt nn early date.
Out on Flhlng Trip. W. C. Ulrd
8all, In company with Ward A.
Dwlght of San Francisco, left yes
terday for a soveral days' fishing
trip to Crano Pralrio.
Iteturns from Portland. Mrs. N.
y. Itoed, who has been visiting with
friends in Portland for tho past sov
oral wncks has returned to her homo
In this city.
Will Ixvxvo Friday. H. J. Over
turf expects to leave Friday evening
for Eugene, whoro ho will enter tho
civilian officers' training camp held
at the university from Juno 24 to
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
ItclutivcN Meet. After sixteen
years, in which neither of tho men
"knew tho whoreabouts of tho other,
H. E. Vincent of the Deschutes for
est office and H. R. Vincent, until
recently of Rosoburg, met yestorday
morning. Tho two men aro cousins.
Tho meeting carao about when Mr.
Vincent of Roscburg went into a
local bank to transact business. The
signature caused tho bank employees
to remark that there was another
Vincent in tho city of the same name,
and tho meeting followed. Ho has
recently come hero to tako the forc
Taanshlp of the planing mill at The
Ovcrturf Ih Accepted. II. J. Over
turf has boon accepted into the of
ficers' training school for civilians at
the University of Oregon, comrnenc
'Jng June 24, according to a telegram
received by ulm this' morning from
P. L. Campbell, president of the uni
versity. This appointment to the
camp came to Mr. Overturf after It
liad been stated that more than
1,200 men had made applications to
the camp, with accommodations for
only J 50.
Has Son Prisoner. Mrs. Hart,
-who with her husband are guests at
tho homo of II. P. Wilson in Red
mond, was a visitor in Rend yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. Hart have but
recently como to America from Eng
land, their homo, and will remain
In Oregon until after tho war. They
liave a son who has been an inrrtato
of tho German prison camp for n
number of months.
Mr. Irvlno Returns. D. F. Irvine,
editor of tho Oregon Journal, came
in last night from Lakevlew, where
he was tho chief speaker at a Liberty
loan celebration on Saturday, and
left on the ovoning train for Port
land. Ho was accompanied by Shurlff
Snyder of Lako county, who wont to
Portland with him.
(Joes to SMet-. J. 1). Iloiymnn,
county riro w anion, mado n trip of
Inspection to Sisters yestordny, re
turning last night. Ho reports tho
tiros rocontly raging through tho
reserve- nil well under control, tho
grontor portion of them being ex
tinguished and tho crows permitted
to lenvo tor tholr homes.
(Joes to Orhoco Hcoro. W. J.
Sproat of tho Doschutos national for
est rosorvo lolt yesterday morning
for Prlnovllle, nvhoro ho w 111 bo sta
tlonod with tho Ochoco forost rasorvo
oftlco for tho next two or throo
weeks making classifications.
M. K. l.ndlcs to .Moot. Mrs. I,, .1,.
Fox and Mrs. McDonald will enter
tain tho ladles of tho Methodist
Episcopal church on Thursday after
noon at tho home of Mrs. Fox. All
ladles aro Invited to como. A silver
ottering wltl bo taken.
l.onrns of Death of Mother. Tho
news of tho suddou death of her
mother lu Seattlo was received on
Sunday by Miss Gortrudo Do Shaw
and sho left that ovoning with her
brothers. Eugeno and Albert, to at
tend tho funeral.
I'irM Visit In 15 Year. Visiting
nend for tho first tlmo In fifteen
years, Mr. and Mrs. Squire Dongee
of Prlnevlllo aro in tho city, guests
at tho homes of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Whltsctt and Dr. Kctchum.
Industrial Club Work. J. Alton
Thompson, county superintendent of
schools, left this morning for Red
mond, where ho will spend tho day
In the Interest of tho boys' and girls'
Handier Kullst. Louis Peterson,
a Tumalo rancher, has enlisted and
will leave shortly for a training
camp. He has sold his stock to Fred
R. Wilson, and leased his ranch and
In From Motollus. C. W. Allon
was In the city yesterday from his
homo on tho Metollus. Ho took a
number of passengers out who will
spend several weeks fishing In that
ISrlngs Rack Car. George A.
Jones and Frank Sloan went to Shan
Iko yesterday on business, Mrs. R. S.
Farls accompanying them to bring
back her car, which has been stored
Tumalo Men Here. Fred X. Wal
lavo and J. M. Grlttln of Tumalo
were hero yestorday afternoon to
receive supplies for tho war savings
pledgo campaign In Tumalo.
Attends W. S. 8. Meeting. A. S.
Holmes cams up from Cllno Falls
yesterday to attend tho war savlugs
Mm. Nelson Leave. Mrs. J. M.
Kelson and her son Harold left for
Portland last night, whero they will
make their futuro home. Rev. Nel
son, who has tendered his resigna
tion as pastor of tho Uaptlst church,
will leave lato this week to Join her.
Ho has filled tho pastorate In this
city slnco last September.
XcMComb-Siiyder. Miss Nolllo M.
Snyder, daughter of Georgo W.
Snyder of Tumalo, and Harloy New
comb, a well known rancher of Pilot
Rock, were married in this city yes
torday afternoon. They left last
evening for their futuro homo at
Not Murh Improved. Knut Nel
son, who has been quite 111 for the
past five -weeks with Inflammatory
rheumatism, Is not yet able to leave
Visit tilth Friend. Miss Fay
l CLIP YOUR COUPONS 1
Interest is now due on Liberty Bonds of the
First issue drawing 8$i nna" on converted
bonds of this issue drawing 4$.
Bring your coupons to us and we will cash
The First National Bank
Deynrmnnd loft this wuok (or n two
weeks' vnrutlou nt Couur d'Alono,
Idaho, and Spoknno, Washington.
Make Homo In Portland. Mr. C.
C. Trlplott niul family will lenvo to
morrow for Portland, whero thoy will
mako tholr futuro homo.
(Joes to TeirvlHiniuv T. Mul
larkoy, county nHsessor, left this
morning tor n business trip to Terro
bonno. Visit In Portland. Miss Nellie Ma
honey and Dorothy Downing left lust
night for nu extended visit tu Port
laud. Returns from Montana. T. A.
McCaun returned yostordny from n
business trip to Llbby, Mont.
OVER $200 TO COUNTY
(From Wednosdny'8 Dally.)
Antonio Gossolctto, who with A.
Honlo was arrested on Monday, Juno
10, and lined $300, ouo-thlrd of
which was remitted ponding his good
hohavlor, was released from custody
this morning when ho paid Into the
county tho ?200 tulauco of the linn.
Tho Chovrolot with which tho men
brought tho liquor Into tho city from
tho California line, -was turned over
to him after ho had Identified his
property. Ho declared this morning
that ho was going back to his homo
iJIJLjjnk. Z5JFm.JLlV JL dJ
Wo are Showing a Woiuluriil Line or' Silk Skirls in black and Fancy Colors
Also Another Shipment of SILK SWEATERS at the Same Old Prices
HLACIC SI L1C SKIRTS in plain,
tailored or fancy styles at $1.1)8 to
FANCY SILK SKIRTS in checks
plaids and stripes $1.1)8 to $U.7f
SATIN J FIBRE SILK SKIRTS
SILK SWEATERS in all the new
colors. Sec the new Khaki Sweaters
at $.r.fl(. Other?, at $.l0 to $lU.fi()
DO BETTER AT
J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc.
197 BUSY STORKS
In S.ierameuto, California, and would
remain thorn until his call had mum
to fill up ouo of tho monthly quotas.
This morning bo was still firm In
his denial of holug a member of
an organized bootlegging gang.
A. Honlo Is still In tho county Jail
and will rnmtilu thero until his sen
tence has been spent.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
II. I. Kouuard, watormastor for
Crook, Deschutes and JufTerson nulli
ties, will I en v o tomorrow for Ray
mond, Washington, whero bo will
outer tlio employ of tho government
lu tho Hpriieo dopnrtnisiit as equip
meiit inn n. No sureossor has yet
bciiii appointed to fill tho position va
cated by him, althiitiKli tlio district
wnlnr superintendent, (loo. T. Coch
ran of I, u (Iriiude, has boon notified
of his Intention to Innvn,
, Adult j. 3S.30
HolilliTM lii uniform I.AO
& ' Oillilri'ii I.Ot)
m ' Wur Tn .Not li;rlmlnl
MIIH. IlltVCi: .SMITH
(HAH. A. DAVIS
.Molhor (JiMiMi ('Iiiiuinuiuii .. .
AfloriiiHin !,( in o
Aftvniooii OiH'tilng-' KxittImn Invocation
Hiiiicrliiti'iiilcnt unit Hlory Ijiily
Courcrt AMilo CouriTt (Joiiipuiiy
ItciullngH mill ImiM-rxoiiutloiM
Orgjuil.llig .Mother (ioomi 'liiililailquit
Apollo Conceit Company
Featuring tho Apollophono, tho largest,
most unlquo and pleasing instrument lu
tho concert world.
Morning Mother fJcnwo Chatilauquii
...Mounu VIcrra'H Itoyal Hawaiian Quartet
1'opular Hcliiitiflc Ix:tiiro
"World in tho Muklnjf"
Dr. Arthur I, C'ariMJiitcr
K ven lug Concert ,
....Monnu VIcrra'H Itiyal Hawaiian Quartet
What America McaiiH to Mo"
Arthur Walvvyn ICvaim
Welsh Orator and Nophow of David Lloyd-Ooorgo
Rand Day SATURDAY Hand Day
.Morning .Molhor fJooon Cliautiiiiquu
Afternoon Comer! Srw Vork Clly Marino Hand
( linrncler Hluilliv. ami Heading
. MKIo Mao (Jordou
livening (Jranil Coneeil mv Vork City Marino IJanil
.Mario lillo, Orgiiuler and Dlnx-lor
. Mary Adcl Hh)h, American Sopraun
Morning- Ifsiinl Hervlr4 All Chunhe
Afteniwin Insplrutloual Hinging
,.,.. ..Tho IcIrlihoniN, Dlnx:tori
"America anil Japan"
Dr. MlnoNakii 'I'oshl YiiinamoUi
Chautauqua Vowper Hervlri All Inl(r!
Evening Commiiully Hinging
Tho KhlihoriiN, Dlrrctom
"Ainerlcaii Ideals, ....JiIrH, A. O, 'ohnrr
Accredited tiovornmont llopreseiitntlvo
and ono of America's most Convincing
and 1'lenslng Locturoru,
Morning-- Mother ' uooho Cliautauqiia
Afternoon I'reludo Motronolltan ArtMa
"Tho Ailvantago of n Handicap"
Dr. JHIIott A. Hoyl
Evening Concert Motroiwilltun Artists
JllijHtrntori I'atrlotlc lccturo
"WonilcrH of tho World War"
Henry Wan-on l'oor
Latest Viowu from tho Fighting Zono.
. Adiulssion 8IIo
Morning Mother (Jooso Chautuiiqiiu
Aftornoon rroludo , Hchuhoii Hcrormdcm
"I'hjhlcal 'rralulng"....lloatrlco II. Ifoskott
Kvonlng I'reludo Mother Oooho Festival
Under 1'erHonal Diroctlon of Mother Oikino
Closing Concert Mrhuhert Heroiiadcrs
I'rcaontliig a Llyo Program of Patriotic,
Popular and Classical Music and BtUor
tulnmont. AiIiiiIhnIoii H.'Io
Hlnglo AiIiiiIhsIoiih Molhor Gooho Chaiilauqiia 17o
War Tax Included in Hlnglo AdmlHsloii Pilccw
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