Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1919)
t i III
1 O'KANi: HU1LDINO
dH Our Vtttalon Drftnirnt it Compltle
D In llveiy DtUil.
j YOUR DRUGSTORE
iiknd miliums, nnm, ormoon, tiiurb6ay, fkhuuaiiy i, ieio
ii -mammm i iii po .
Mri, Lloyd Itobortn, Mrs. Dobson,
Mr, and MrH. Irvltuc Smith, MIhh
(lliulyii Hmlth iimri'lilllp Dobiioii.
u now nmtortinunt
$2.50 to $5.00
Magill & Erskine
i ,, , (From Monday's Daily,)
' It, L. Noul ami J, CI. IlollH of Fort
Hock aru In Dm city,
Lolnud CiiKuy of Prlnovlllo npont
Uio'wook-ond In Ilund,
Mrn, Myrtlo Fry of Hodmond In
visiting In Doiid today,
'MrH, M, II, JJorton wan a Week-end
yjsjtor In Hodmond.
J. 0, Wllfion of Hlntom In spending
tlio tiny lu Dond looking uftur busl
Tlioru -will bo n meeting of the
Library club tomorrow ufturnoou nt
3 o'clock ut tlio lllirury.
Mr. nnd Mra, C, 8. Hudson re
turned to JJoml from u trip to I'ort
land thin morning.
Corporal Chorion Kotzmun re
colvod hln dlschargo from Camp
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
V. Schroder of Itolynt In visiting In
1 i. Mr.' iiml Mm. If, 1C. Jlrookn enmo
In from I'ortlaud thin morning.
J, L. Dlnck of Hampton In trunn
acting bunluiNHt lu tlio city today.
A f tttl'Mtl In I ItllMltlfLttti lfltl"
In th n city today from hln homo lu
Mm. Alum (loudy and Mrn, P. M
Clirliuiiuit of Hllvor Lnko nro spend
ing tlio day lu Ilund.
Mm. W. C. Illrdsull linn returned
to Iloud uftur n vlnll of sovoral weeks
In I'ortlaud. .
Millard Triplet!, who linn boon
visiting hero for tlio punt week,
leaven tonight on hln return to hln
homo In Springfield.
Mm. J. A. Hodges, Mrn. Ocorgo
Hodman nnd Loin Hodmnu of Cul-
vii r arrived In Ifend hint night mid
. iiiiIii.IhIhu mJAi. IaiImu "
HIU UIHUIIIIHft UTil IUUU;,
Word wan received horo today of
Tlio mnrrlugo of J. L. Heiidornou of
Ilend to Minn Violet Whllton of Col
tit, WitnhliiKton, lu rortlnnd, Mr,
nnd Mrn. Hendernoii Intend to muku
their homo In Portland.
(From Tucndny'n Dally.)
Peggy A. Hogan of Metollun In
visiting frlendn in liend.
L. M. llochtel was' In the city today
from hln homo in I'rluevllle,
- II. L. Cutumlngs of Culver In
spending tlio day In llend.
(1 rover (I. (Jerking of Tumalo
vlnlted In Ilend hint nltjlit. '
F. II. Axtoll In lu from Fall Itlver
Jured Mooro wan lu tlio city lanl
night to uttond tlio Irvfn 8. CoLb
Mrn, Hoflcoo "Howard wan In town
lanl ovenlnx from Denctiuten to at
tend the Cobb lecture.
Percy niackntono arrived In Iloud
last night from Hold nnd In roniulu
Iiik over todny,
Among tlionu from Prlnovlllo at
tending tlio Cobb lecturo hint night
woro Dr. nnd Mrn. J. 11. Rosenborg
uud sou Winter, Arthur Michel,
Lieut, Hoi Powoll, Vcrno Hnrplinm,
The following woro horo lanl
night from Hodmond to uttond tho
Irvln Cobb lecturo: Mr, nnd Mrn,
Shlnglor, Mrn. Win, Wolln, Mr. nnd
Fort Snle by Owl PlmnnHcy
Our Stock is
a Rush, but
there are yet
Our Prices are
Lower than any
where ill town
and we are sell
ing at a price
that will aston
Yon cannot af
ford to stay
away and pay
two or three
times as much
for wearing ap
parel, when you
can buy here at
one-half to one
forth the price
you pay elsewhere.
OUU LINE OP
is practically untouched
although we huve sold
ninny pairs since we
Boys' - $3.50
Ladies' -$5.00 Z'
Child's - $3.00 ,g
Sather's Old Stand
Monde, Md,, and' linn returned td
Mr. nnd Mrn, Ji'soiom' Frnalor Jiavo
returned to tholr homo after npend
IiiK Hovornl wookn vIhIHdk In Ilay
A, A. Ollmoro of Ilond linn traded
hln 80-ncro Irrigated ranch near Do
nchuton for orano land In Texan,
Ho will remain In the Jitney IjuhIiicbh
lu Dond until noxt fall, when ho will
Join hln imrontn, who nro IIvIiik near
hln now property.
(Krom finturdny'n Dally.'
N. V. McCoyn of Prlnovlllo In
tho city today on bunlnenn.
Con Ilronn, Alfalfa nhoepman;
In tho city today on bunlucnn.
Harry Manlon hn accepted a pool
Hon nt tho iMunnholmor ntoro, '
Mrn, Uohcoo Howard nnd chlldrpn
nro In .Ilund today from Donchuton.
M. 11. Hortou returned to IloUd
lnnt night from n nhort bunlncnn trip
Mrn, Ida MoWllllamn nnd dnugli
tor of Mndran npont lnnt nlKht In'
Frank "Hufner nnd A. E. Terry of
Alfalfa nro npcndlng tho day In Iloud
H. H. fltearnn and C. D. Stcarnn of
Prlnovlllo were vlnltorn In Dond Inst
A. C Powell linn contracted to
build n flvo-'room . modern brick
bungalow In Hlvor Torraco for H. P.
Mrn. Stella Hunklnn arrived from
Soattlo thin mornliiR to vlnlt her
motficr, Mrn. Youckum, nnd her nln
ter, Mrn. W. C. McCulntou.
Mm. Fred Hlco and her non Fred
erick and .Mr. and Mrn. Jnred Moore
of Hcdmond woreln Ilend lant nlcht
to attend tho library club bcnofll.'
H. Cato, formerly In tho tailoring
bunlncnn in Dond, returned to tho
city thlnymornlnif, having received
hln dlnchurKo from tho urmy.
T. II. Foloy returned thin morn
Ini; from Portland and flnloni, whero
ho linn bcDii working In tho Intorcnl
of good rondn In Central Oregon.
ALLOW MORE CATTLE
8U0U Cat (lo and Horncx nnd il.KOO
Hhccp nnd RonfN I'rnnlttel on
J)crIiutcM lUiiifco During
(From Friday's Dally.)
J. Alton Thompson and II. H. Do
Armoud returned to Ilend InHt night.
from a jjunlnenn trip to'ltcdmond.
A. I). Lew In wnn In tho city rom
hln rnnch on tho upper Dcnchuton
yenterdny, negotiating for tho pur
chano of a now car.
Miller Trlplett, formerly of Dcud,
In npondlng a few dayn hero from
hln homo at Springfield, Oregon. He
Intlmaten that ho may locate hero
again In tho near futuro. ,
D. F. Chano, formprly of Cllne
Fnlln, who linn boon npcndlng tho lnnt
fow dayn In Dond, returned thin
morning to his Walla Walla fruit
and truck fnrm.
Mr. and Mrn. A. F. Lnrnon nro
npcndlng n fow dayn In Portland.
J. O, Huffman of I.n Pine In npend
Dig tho day In llond.
Mary F, Dear, of Alfalfa was In
Dond yenterdny nfternoou looking
after bunlncnn mnttora.
C, I), nnd J. W. Rooder nro lu
Dend today from their homo In Sil
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hegorman of
Powoll Dutto nro visitors In tho city
Mr. and Mrn, Jarod Mooro of Red
mond woro In Dond last night to nt
tond the Shrlno social.
(From Wednesday's Dally,)
Livestock limitations for grazing
portnlts which can bo Insucd on tho
Denchntcs national forest for the
coming seanon nro sot In a communi
cation received this morning by Sup
ervisor N. O, Jacobson, from District
Forester Cecil of Portland, In which
tho number of cattlo nnd horses
which can bo allowed on tho forest In.
set at 8,200, and tho number of sheep
and goats at 2C.300. Tfieso esti
mates liavo the approval of tho de
partment of agriculture,
Thu now figures show an increase
In cattlo and horses nnd a decrcaso
for sheep and goats, compared with
tho number allowed on tho forest
during tho past season, when 7G00
cattlo and horses nnd 30, COO sheep
and goats was tho limit.
Thin, however, represents an In
crcwio In the carrying capacity of
tho range, forest officials state, as
ono horse or steer, It Is' estimated,
rorjulres tho same amount of rango
as eight sheep. Co-operation be
tween rango users and tho forest ad
ministration In held to bo largely
rrnponslDlo for this, (Jio work of
tho stockmen's associations being es
pecially helpful In thin respect.
Grazing rates during tho coming
season will rango from $1.20 to 48
cents for cattlo and from $1.50 to CO
rents for horses, according to tho
length of thu grazing period, -with 30
cents as tho rate for sheep.
Four chairs at your somco at the
Metropolitan, fro waiting. Adv.
I This is the Season for Ithose that
Sew at Home In Our Notion De
partment you will find much that is
helpful in the way of
Stickerie Rraid, Bias Tape-white and colors
Sewing Wax, Tailor's Chalk, Skirt Mark
ers, Scissors, Threads, Uutton Hole Twist
colored mercerized, Linen, Cotton, Silk and
Emhroidery, Needles-machine, sewing and .
darning, IJohbins and Shuttles for all
makes of machines, Button Hole Tape,
Snap'Tape, Sprit'fache Braid, Military Braid
Tassels, Linen and Cotton Tape, Snaps,
Wilson Hooks and Eyes, Buttons-novelty
and plain, Men's Shirt Bands, Standard
Patterns, and many other needs.
Wax thread for sewing on fastentrs-they
To prevent skirts from dropping from
waistline in back, make belting wider
across hollow of back.
Baste with extra fine cotton to prevent
leaving marks in material.
Stop and Shop at
Oldul and BeslEttablishcd 1911
Alton Wllcoxon nnd Ned Angland
of Powell Dutto were transacting
business in Ilend yesterday.
C. D. Springer and 8. W. Smith
woro in Dend today, returning to
Crescent nttor attending court in
(FVotrf Thursday's Daily.)
A. K; Jllchardson Is In the city
today from hln homo in Durns. .
. Herbert Angcll of Prlnovlllo In
spending tho day In Dend.
E. Mack and Snm 15. Wcatcott ar
rived in Dend last night from Silver
F. P. Rawson of Redmond Js in
Dcud today to confer with tho county
Commissioner Soth Stookoy Is in
Dend today for the regular session
of tho county court.
Mrs. John Ityan, Miss Patty Ryan
and Itoso Ryan left Jast night for a
month's visit lu Portland.
District Gamo Warden George
Tonkin left this morning for Luke
county on official business.
Mrs. Robert Dlackwell took tho
troln this morning for tho east,
whero sho will mako a protracted
BEND TO HAVE
A NEW SCHOOL
HOARD VOTKS IX FAVOR OF BIX
ROOM ISUILDIXG IX KEXWOQI)
TO UK HKADV 1V IIEGIXXIXG
OF FALL TERM.
noxt meeting of tho council, when
(tho ordinance amendment cancelling
jtho 21-year clauso Is scheduled to
do brought up.
Subjects bearing on tbo alms of
tho Boy Scouts were developed by
tho following speakers: S. "W.
Mooro, "Tho Trained Man of To
morrow"; R. w. Sawyer, "Tomor
row's Man of Affairs"; L. C. Carroll,
"The ilan of Morals and Ideals." A
general summing up of the subject
was given by Hov. Stewart.
HKND'S ECONOMY CENTER
Children heavy rib; black, white, tan; pr. 29c
Children's fine rib; for girls; black, white, tan;
pair ,. 39c
Women's fine cotton; good for wear; pr '....25c
Women's fine Lisle; fine and sheer '..,39c
Women's Fibre Silk; black, white, grey, cham
pagne, pink, blue; pr : 79c
Women's fine grade Fibre and Silk,.all colors, $1.39
Men's fine Lisle; black, white, tan, blue; pr 29c
WHEN IT'S HOSIERY, WE HAVE WHAT YOU
WANT, AT THE RIGHT PRICE.
(From Thursday's Daily.)
To meet tho growing need for in
creased school facilities, and at the
same time to do something towards
n resumption of normal busincs ac
tivity in tho building lino tho school
board, at its regular meeting last
night, voted to havo plans prepared
at onco for a new Bchool building on
tho Kenwood site. As soon as tho
plans can be drawn and specifications
prepared, from which an idea of tho
cost can bo obtained, tho question of
voting bonds for tho construction,
wiir bo presented to tho voters.
To provide tho needed quarters
a building of six rooms is needed
if tho board's ideas, as outlined last
night, are followed out, tho building
to bo of one-story type. Every
effort will bo niado to havo tho now
building finished and ready for occu
pancy at tho opening of school in
In addition to tho bonding pro
gram It is expected to ask tho voters
to provide funds for further con
struction and additions through tho
regular tax levy, tho proposed Ken
wood building alono being Insuffic
ient to meet tho.necds of tho district
and tho district's financial condition
being such us to mako a direct tax
necesnry for tho purpose, instead of
Other matters to bo considered
last night wero tho completion of
arrangements for the installation
of tho Junior high school and regular
B. A. A. C. TO START
NEW SPORTS. SOON
(From Monday's Daily.)
A volley ball tournament under
tho direction or George Gove, and an
Indoor basoball series with R. S.
Hamilton In charge, will do started
In tho near futuro nt tho Dend Ama
teur Athletic club Is tho decision
reached by tho directors and heads
of club activities. Arrangements are
now being made to launch tho two
branches of sport.
Plans to hold weekly social even
ings aro also authorized, and tho
first of these will be on Friday night,
February 21. Tho work in prepara
tion for this is in charge of Jay II.
Noble. On Friday night of this week
a St. Valentine's masquerade ball
will be given at the gymnasium.
OF AGE LIMIT
(From Monday's Dally.)
Opposition to tho proposed lower
ing of tho ago limit for boys ullowcd
to enter pool nnd billiard halls lu
Dend devolopod last night ut tho
got-toguthor Bervlco at tho athletic
club gymnasium marking tho closing
of tho Hoy Scouts' "Father nud Son"
week, A potltlon circulated protest
ing tho ngo limit of IS, favored by
tho Dond city council, was signed by
75 mon und women, and more Blgua
tures will b'o sought during tho next
week, Roy. W, 0. Stownrt of the
Methodist .church stated today. Tho
petition is' to bo presented at tho
FOR RENT OR SALE
GATES tl TIRES
The Tire you can use nnd
get three times the mile
age at half the cost.
The Beit Equipped Vulcanising
and Battery Repair and Re
charging Shop In Central