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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1919)
liilNl) llUIiliKTINrHNI OnKflON, TJltfltHDAY, MAY 22, Ifllrf
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C. & W. Insect
Magiil & Erskine
O'KANH IUII UMNO -
Our J'rfti!(ion DrptMinrM ! Complete
In Uvny DcUil.
Iioml Of tKf Bisters school (or dm
past your.'wlll Bpontl tlio Htirnmur In
Ilond. mi nn omployo of tho lucnt
fltntiloy Hinllh wfio tinrT houn tlio
guest nt tlio homo of, It, H. If nmlltuii
fur (lio hint fuw days loft lurit iiIkIiL
for rortliiml. MrSmltli wh j;Ivon
u Hiiniplo of (Joiitrul Oregon nolilnc
Mm, J, I), Ilowmnu and nlillilrnn
loft Hutttrdny moriiliiK for Wulln
Wallu, Washington iiihI Kruowutor,
Orogon, wlforo tliuy will spoiid tlio
noxt th reo, weeks visiting with rela
tive mid friend.
Clyilo McKay mid Jonopli 0. Mc
Kay, with their fa milled, motored to
tlio IIololtiK ranch yontonlaft Intend
ing to return to Ilond Hunifuy,
The Plonoor (Inrngo company thin
week dnllvorod to J. 0, Ilhodos a
now Vollo Hlx louring car,
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesday's Dully.)
T. L. Collier loft thin mornliiK for
Dan Hulling Is vlilllng In llvlid
from hl ranch on tliuTMutollui,
IMwnrd I). Litnih In spending tlio
day nt Ilund from IiIh homo nt
Mm. L. It. Hclunorl and Mrs.C. L
Kvnn wuro among thoxu coming In
to Ilond from .Mllllcnn today.
Henry M. Ornnt, formerly principal
of tlio Ilond IiIkIi school In In tint
city today on business front Portland.
Mlid Ornco Wnru formerly n resi
dent of ,110ml, In hero from Portland
vr and Ih upending n fuw dnyii vliltlng
Word wo received today by
friends In Ilond Hint Wlllnrd IIuhIoii,
formerly of thin city, hnn returned
to New York from overseas Kurvlco
,xnnd In now on hU way to Camp Lewis
(From Tuoiday'i Dally.)
Mr. nnd Mm. Henry (Merman of
Walla Walla, aro In Ilund visiting
nt tlio hnmu of Mr. nnd Mrn. Ilerniird
'' li. Ostortnun of this city.
Dlntrlcl Onmo Warden (leorge
Tonkin left HiIh morning for Portland
nftor a itay of several day In this
"J I.jjullo II lllrchflold and party were
In Ilund thin morula jm their w)
to (Jlilloiiuln from Ynklma.
Francis and Mnry Thomiwou, th
daughters of Comity Huperlntundunt
J. Alton Thompson are coufinfld In
their homo In this elty with the
The. caito brought ugnlnil A. I).
Kstobomit, In police- court, on n
charge of violation of tlio prohibi
tion law, wiih postponed thlu morning
Mrn. M. M. Stownrl of Linden,
Washington, Is In town visiting for
it fow months wllh her dtuiKlitn, Mrs.
' P. F. Illodol nnd MIms Dalny Stownrl
(From Bnturday'a Dally.)
II, F. Axtell wit In town today
from IiIh homo on Fnll Itlvor.
K. L. Clark of La Pino arrived In
J. L. Illock of Hampton Im a btinl-
noss visitor In the city.
' W. P. Myorn nnd family left thin
morning for u short visit In Madras.
Dan HoIaIuk I" In Ilond today on
business from IiIh ranch on the Mo
tollui, J, Alton Thompson left thin moru
la it for Mndrun to attend tlio Trl
County track meet.
Bhurlrr John Combs of Prluovlllc
wan In Mend last night on official
August Anderson took tlio train
thin morning for Itcdmond where ho
Is looklnK after business Interests
liyron Ollson left Thursday morn
ing for Heattlo whero ho lins a posi
tion In the Hhlpynrdn. Ho expects to
remain during the summer months.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Cleveland nnd
Mr. nnd Mm. Hurry Hhoults nnd
daUKhler left Thursday tilKht for
Oold Ilvnch to spend the nummer.
W. T, ShoultM, formerly employed
nt tlio It. If. Ixiven Htoro In this city
will leave thin owning for Portland
whero Iiq will maku his homo.
fFrom Friday's Dally.)
J. C. Johnson of Torrabonno In In
tho city today.
0. II. Johnson, of Prliievllto, was n
business visitor In tho city tQday.
Kenneth Thompson nrrlvcd In
Ilond last Inght from IiIh homo nt
T. II. Foley returned thin morning
from n business trip of novoral days
to Portland nnd Halom.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of the
Methodist church will hold a market
at tho maiiso Saturday, May 23, ,
A. J. McNeil of Columbia City ar
rived In' Ilund today on his way to
Pino mountain, where ho will take
up his residence on his homestead.
Clinton (1. Hmlth, forest Inspector,
arrived In Ilond thin morning with
Assistant District Forester Thornton
T. .Mungcr to confer with Supervisor
N. 0. Jncolisoii nnd to Inspect tho lllg
rlvor tlmbor unit.
A marriage license wan Issued thin
week from tho office of tho county
clerk to John W. Gray and Miss
Esther Itnlnoy, both of thin city. "
Thoro will be n meeting of tho
directors of the Itcd Cross chapter
at 7:30 sharp .tonight at tho Pilot
Dutto Inn to hear Miss Cameron
from northwentorn headquarters.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
II. F. Dlyjiel In In tho city today
from hi homo In Madras.
Ocorgo A. Thiol of Fort Hock In
transacting business In Hand today.
K. Williams of Fremont wan In tho
city today on business.
C, II Fox, navy recruiting officer.
hnfl established offices' In tho Hathor
Mr. nnd Mrn, F. C. Klckmoydr of
Prlnovlllo arrived In tho city Inst
C. h. Webbor of Ilurnn arrived In
Ilond last night and In remaining
K, M. Thompnon returned to Ucnd
lant night from u business trip to
Tho Indies of tho Catholic church
will hold n dinner nnd nala In tho
old Tliornthwalto storo room on Bnt
urdny, the 17th.
Tho monibors of tho Kplscopal
church will meet tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock In tho city rent
room to dlscusn Important business
maltcrn. All aro urged to bo present.
TT " !
Ever "Catch a Tartarr
"Cntctiltig a Tartar" does not refr
to the Tartars around Itussla, or rath
er It does not mean that n Tnrlnr
U m w-ry hard to cntch. The
rxprpssloti originated n century ago,
when the Itusslnnn and Tartarn wero
having i' little war. A Itusslati soldier
called to his captain that he had
caught a Tartar. "IJrlng him along,"
replied Hie cnptnln. The soldier called
back: "Yes. but he won't let tne." It
ennio out that the Tartar had caught
tho Ilusshin notdlor, and so to thin
day when n man tries to cntch norne
hody else and himself getn caught be
Is wild to hnvo "caught n Tartar."
Be Ready for Advancement.
There nre men who labor for dee
nden without advancing. They aro
good workmen, but they know nothing
beyond tho narrow confines of the
work they are doing. They hnvo no
Interest In the problems of their work,
no dei I re to Improve production
through tho discovery of better meth
ods. And they wonder why. others
pass them on the upward climb. It In
Prepare for the morrow, If you hope
that the morrow will bo mora rosy
than todny. Preparation In the open
sexnmo to advancement. Kxchnnge.
(From Monday's Dally.)
.-MlhH Myrtle Duller returned to
Hodmond nftor npundlngk tho wuek
end In Hand.
Austin Harbor wan n wok ond vis
itor In tho city from hlu homo In
Forest Supervisor V- - Jnoobnon
loft (oday on n trip to Odqll Inko on
' Lloyd Mnglll has boon conflncillo
his homo tho laHt fuw dnya with
lllllCHH, ; t'V-
C. W. Thornthwnllo leflBntur
day night fur u short biiBlnOim trip
' J. T, Ilutuloy nnd IiIh brother
Curltn riimo In Saturday on tholr way
to vhilt tholr purontu nt Lu Pino. '
A. M. Prlnglo who linn boon con
fined to his homo tor tho hint two
wookH loft fitHt night for Portland to
4',rocolvo medical attention.
Matt Clnrk of Portland Ih In Uoiid
today ttucurlng -Information concern
Ing tlio HtnttiH of tho lumber IubIiiuh
lu Central Oregon, ,
M.Ibh Vlolu Drown, dnughtor of Mr;
nmf Mrn, 0. U, I)rown, ruturnod to
Ilond 'Haturdny night from Portland
wliuro hIiq Iiuh boon attending uehooh
Mrn, Nottlo StovoiiHtm of tho Cozy
HotoMuiB returned, to Ilond nftor il
two wookH trp to Doadwbod, whero
ho wns culled by tho donth i)f hur
P. W. Wobor, who hnu boon aX iho
That will keep you cool, comfortable untrer
wenr that is pcrject, that will wear tlint is
why everybody buys their underwear hdrc.
Munsingweor for all the family. Ladies'
Munsing union suits, all styles, priced at,
$1.25, $1.05, $1.50, $1.05.
Other makes in Ladies' union suits priced
fr6m 5 cents and up.
Men's Munsingwcar in all styles, priced at
$2.00 and $13.00.
Chalmer's Porosknit, Cooper Kenosha, $1.50
Underwear for your boy nnd your girl, too.
Supply Your Hosiery Wants Here A com
plete stoclc-of quality hosiery more wear to
the pair in the hosiery we sell. We have the
particular brand of hose you are looking for:
Phoenix, Black Cat, Burlington, Burson,
Eiflel and Onyx.
Ladies' Fibre Silk Hose, specially priced at
Men's Fine Lisle Half Hose, extra value at
Stop and Shop at
SALE STARTS MONDAY, MAY 26
All Ladies' Trimmed and Tailored Hats
go on Sole at These Prices :
All lints, values to $4.00
All lints, vnlues to $8.00
All lints, vnlues to $0.00
All Hnts, vnlues up to $12.00
THE SALE YOU HAVE BEEN
Come Early and Get the Best Selection.
The Are Sure to Go Fast.
Oldest and Best. Established 191 1
SMALL SUMS WORTH SAVING
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE
I The "Warner Company I B
( Mk Qfai(y w Merchandise at m Popular Ptlces jj
How Amount That Seem Intlgnlflcant
Pile Up Into FiQuret That Arc
A Rrcat French banker wns onco
asked the secret of French thrift, nnd
ho replied, "Compound Interest." Just
ns constnnt wnste, even In little
thln, inny chnnpo one's life from sue
ecus to fnllurc, so tho steady saving ot
money will eventually bring Independ
ence. If not nctunl wcnlfh.
Let us analyze tho statements made
by tho Frenchman.
There nro very few people who cnn
not, without any Inconvenience what
ever, lay nslile to cents n day. With
.In ten yearn one's dally jsavlngs of thin
Inttgnltlcaut amount will amount to
KM5, In nililltlou to SSO-'W compound
limrest, mnklnc n totnl of JI-'W to
show for ono's saving Jtut 10 Omts o
day for ten years.
Ily snlng 15 cents a day for ten
years, with Interest compounded at 4
per cent, one will hnvo the comfort
nolo sum of ?0CS.1S; CO cents u duy
will net $SD0.!W. Save 00 cents n dny
for ten years nnd you will have $2.
'7.Tn. A dollar n day will give you
n total of $4,-155.74 for tho ten-year pe
riod. All these, figures am. haed on
the savings being put out at 4 per.
cent compound Interest.
Look back over the last ten yctirs
of your life today. He honest with
yourself! Look facts squarely In tho
facet Could jou not have saved 50
cents a day, or n quarter u dny, vr pos
tdbly n dollar n day?
It might have plm-hcd you, now and
then, to do so; It might hnvo meant
tho surrender of a few good times n
few luxuries or extravagances. Hut It
would hnvo meant a xultstuntlnl Mini
for you something that wou'd ndd
Immeasurably to jour poise, JH'uco of
mind mill eelf-contldejirc. S. V.
Straus In Thrift Magazine.
Any Duty, Mr. Hun?
The Iloche customs otllcer or rath
er the formrr Itoelio customs otltcvr
at Mots probably will remember one
of the final "declarations" he accepted.
It was from tho correspondent of n
I'arls paper, who reached Mots ahead
of tho French troops. Tho Hermans
still were In the town they had held
ulnco 1870. but In view of tho armf
htlco made no attempt to stop the cor
respondent from entering the city.
Writing to his paper of his experi
ence tho correspondent told how no
one hut tho customs otUcer stopped
him, and continued; ,
"The otllcer nskeu If 1 had anything
o declare, to which I responded thut
what I had to declaro was:
Vive la Franco T"
A great bishop not long ngo paid a
high tribute to the work of tba fra
ternal society. In fact, ho paid frn
ternnls a compliment that wo ought
"I plend for the time when the tie
of tho Christian church Rlmll be w
binding on men as tho tie of the lodge.
All honor to tho fraternity thht grips
Its men mid makes- them imtont In
good vorks for Immunity's uplift, Tho
fraternities are putting shumo ta our.
cheeks as church men, when wq think
of their widely diverging lines of
clal service." Modern Hrotherhood.
Given Big Vote
In Lower House
(Br UMUd PrtM to-Th BnJ Bulktlo.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May
21. In keeping with predje-
tlons made before the opening '
of tho present resnlon of con-
press wns the rote taken today
In tho house when the women's
- suff rage- constitutional amend-
ment wns passed, 304 to 88.
WHAT OXK -iIOTIIKIlr DOF.S.
Mrs. P. Bennett. 7 Wawayanda
Place. MIddletown, N. Y . writes: "I
havo given Foley's Honey and Tar to
my llttlo boy, and cannot recommend
It too highly as I think It Is tho only
medicine for coughs and colds," FIno
for croup and whooping cough, na
well as coughs and colds. Contains
no opiates. Sold everywhere Adr.
At Scandinavian ,
and Evening ;
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