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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1919)
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Are ybur Clothes and Shoes
What They Appear to Be ?
1$ When you buy something, you
want it to turn out to be everything
you expected; that's a point we
watch very closely here. Our mer
chandise has to live up to your ex
pectations; if it dbesn't-.money
j Why? Because we want to make
new friends for this store; that's
why. It's a good thing for us; the
more people that come here, the
bigger our volume. You get the ti
immediate benefits, and we know
you're not going to pass them up.
You know us; nobody knew the .
1$ Fall Goods of all kinds now arriving
daily. Far and away the largest and
best selected stock of Men's and Boys'
Fall Wearables will be shown at prices
that positively defy competition.
--THE RIGHT GOODS
--AT THE RIGHT TIME
AT THE RIGHT PRICES
NOTE ISSUE OF
BY BOND HOUSE
(Continued from Puko 4.)
M. P. CASHMAN
e&i: i. . ,.-; nun s rs
lieu . 45,10
It. A. llrnndonburg, moving
city buildings 125,00
0. p. Jk'iiHon, salary us city
F, 1.. Kulp, night pollen 140,00
0. J. Nlchulimu, sidewalk
ti, A. W. Nixon, salary ih
police chlut ntul Incltlcn
M. 10. Colomnn, salary an
city treasurer and lucl-
W. II. May, work on Tumalo
nvonuo brldgo 40,00
Ernest Smith, work on Tum-
alo avenue brldRO 40.00
W. 11. Crawford, work on
Tumalo nvonuo bridRo 7.13
F. F. Hubbard, cleaning com
otory and city streets 170.00
Doschutos County. furnishing
clndorn (or Ft rout work.... G8.7G
William Hunt, work on Turn
nlo nvonuo bridge 47.26
Zoko K, HondrlckHon, stn
Tlio Ildiid llullotln. prlntltiR 278.00
Ilond Water, LlRht & l'owor
County of Deschutes 0,24
M. S. Mngcu G4.0G
It. I). Gould, engineering
(ecu and salaries for om
ptoyos during Juno and
July ... alius
Host & HarrlM a. 1.76
Fluncgnn IlrotliurH 1.8C
1). H. Peoples, tMlnry city
Garner and Schuttx, advance
on flro liouo imyuiuut . ..2C97.16
L. II. Kennedy, sprinkling
Ilond Irisnu. printing .. 124.45
Georgo W. Stokoc 7.16
I. I). Cunningham & Co., dot;
A. G. Long, Mm supplies 244.40
II. J. Overturf. runt of Corn
ell rooms 40.00
New advance styles In SILK 7)RESSES In Georgette,
satins, satin ami velvet combinations, ttkalete In the popu.
lar navy, black, '"" and btown.
These are veiy neat effects,
Features ivhtch tvlll please.
Priced from $19.50 to $45.00
Ladies and Misses Rcady-lo-W car
WORK TO BEGIN ON
RIVER FISH LADDERS
NO OPEN SEASON ON
ELK, SAYS WARDEN
Permanent Protection Provided by
Ltuv Enacted by Legislature
In 19Itf Is Explained.
"Tlioro Is to be no shooting of
elk In Oregon during the year
1919." Such Is the declaration of
State Game Warden Carl I). Shoe
maker, who has received a number
of Joqulrlos as to the date of the
opening of tho season for hunting
elk. In order that the misunder
standing might be corrected the
Kame warden explained that the
1909 law protectod oik until Au
gust 1, 1919, but this lav wan re
pealed by the 18 13 legislature and
perpetual protection was provided,
"There will be no open season on
elk Id this state at any Unit unless
the legislature tfxes one at som
future tlnio. We only huvo u few
elk n the atnto nnd an open nou
bon would kill practically nil of
theso off." said Mr. Shooinukor.
To boRln work on tho count ruc
tion of the Huh ladders on tho De
schutes, for which an appropriation
of $5000 wan ntadu by tho lant
leRlslnture, It. K. Clanton, mnntor
flih wnrdon, accompanied by Cap.
tnln Thomas A. Sweeney, .arrived
hero I'rlday. Tho work will bo
In Captain Sweeney's charRo and
will tnko about three weeks to
According to Mr. Clnnton, the bo.
RlnnltiR will probably ho made tit
Stoolheitd fallJrrind from there tho
crew will movo to lllg' falls or to
Cllne falla as conditions direct.
Wnter conditions are oapeclally
favorable at the prefout time for
Captain Sweeney was with the
43rd ouglneera In France nnd has
beoii back only about three woeka.
Mltis Vlotet SpatiRh and Durward
Itowull. Tho dinner wan In honor
or Mr. McGuIio'h birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGuIro woro
uvonlnR callors at tho II. T. Hartley
Mrs. Mary Garner, Mrs. C. M.
I'holpti and MIhh Iloxella I'helps at
tonded tho show In llcnil Sunday.
Ve Extend a Hearty Welcome to
the New Settlers of This
INTO our country a steady stream of new settlers is coming.
,i Hardly a day passes but we meet some new man who has '
come to make his home in Central Oregon.
' YE WANT to help you make good. Perhaps, you arenot
, v y familiar with the best tarming practises of this region.
' Few new comers are. Conditions here require some earful study.
Y7E HAVE made these studies and experiments for a num
.';'VV ber of years. Consult our Agricultural Department in
regard to your farm problems. We will be. glad to talk to
you about the best crop varieties 10 sow, when to irrigate
and cut your alfalfa and a hundred other topics that may be
perpl.exing to the new comer.
Come in when you are next in town
First National Bank of
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THK HANK OK KUI'BIUOH SKUVICK
IMISS BI.OPGETT IS
BACK mh FRANCE
Itnl CniNK Xtinw, Itepotled I-tut
' AVInlor to llnvo iflcil, Now
Vhltlii In llund.
Mlsa Mario IUodgott, reported lust
wlntor to havo died In Franco,
where she was engaged In Ited
CrosH nursing, rot timed to Ilond
Thursday from oversoaH ami ,1s
busy explaining to her frlendn
that tho reports of her (loath wore
"greatly exaggerated." Mian Illodg
ott Is tho guest whllo hero of Dr.
Anna Ulus-Flnloy. Sho oxpocls soon
to loavo for Seattle to engago In
tho prnctlco of hor profession thoro.
HAY IS SOLD FROM
PINPMIUIIST, Aug. 7. Charles A.
Hbwoll and Harry McGuIro deliv
ered sovoral tons of hay to tho Pino
Treo mill tho past week.
Ulaln Dovojs was In Ilond Wert
I. K. WImor and son motored to
Monday Mr. Bookman and chlN
dron woro aftornoon callers at tho
C. II. Spaugh homo.
Mrs. Hurhor culled at P. A.
CrlB Potorson and family, from
near Kelso, Washington, nrrlvod,
hero Wednesday to help his fnthor
with his haying.
Mr. and Mm, I. K. WImor, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs,
Cris Potorson and daughter, Miss
Iiortha HatfHolburg and Raymond
WImor spont Sunday at tho fish
Mr. and Mrs, II. McGuIro onter
tulned at dlnnor Sunday evening
tho following gupHts: Mr. and Mrs,
C. W. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. C, II,
Spaugh, Mr. nnd Mrs. ClmrloH A.
Howell, Mlim Alice Spnuh, Miss
Gludys Spaugh, Lorby Howell, Miss
Myrtle 8pauh, Walty Retorspn,
ill & Erskine
Our Pmcn'ion Dfitmrni nConiJ
in Iivciy Detail.
CUulfll KilvrrtUinir clmruo it lu 20
CnU for 20 wijnli or lri. Ono cnit r
word for U over 20. All claMlflnl ulvcrtUlng
ttrletly cwh In dvnc
. KOIl HAMC.
KOH HAI.K.NWU 8WV, mo. 27.
Tp. 17 H. It. IS, coutalnliiK 33
and f mot Ion acres urnhln laud,
about 1 tulle and a quarter north
tmst of the titllnwd station In
Ilond; contract with the Cwutml
Oregon Irrigation company for
water maintenance. Terms or
cash. Write J. Y. Iliwn, llox 171.
Cincinnati. Ohio. .tl-23tfc
I'Olt HAI.H 20 cattle, 3 horsu.
harnenN, wagon, ohlokens, tur
keys, pigs, hay, farm tools and
hottnohold goods, llox CSI, Iletid,
I'Olt HAM Oil TltAIW One fresh
row, heavy milker, for dry row
IM. Johnson, 1 mlie south of.
Mend, between ditches. 472.1p'
FOIl BALK Oil TItAI)i:For cattle.
40 acres of Irrigated land near
Terrebonne. Would tako up to
I1S00 in csttle. IM Jolmsou,
Ilend, Oregon. 4C-2.1p 1
FOIl HAM: Two milch cows. .1
two.yoar old heifers, 2 yearlings,
1 Do Lavel Irsstn separator. No.
10; r, milk onus; I O. I. C. brood
..sow; 3 pigs six wreks old. J. M.
Fish, 3 miles north of Tomato.
2 6-2 3 p
FOIl SAUK On thnronghbred
Tngauberg Kt buck, l-)'"wr old.
ItttosnuHhle piiee it tnksn at once.
Iwiulre or write Mrs. J. M-
Muscsr, atauffsr, Oregon. 8C-21-S
FOIl 8AI.U Two room houtM tind k
into of best iisnUn lots In ally of
.lltnd. Boll dip and well fsrtll
lisil. Wortlnkimo but will sacrt
Dos for S?V;'nJ6 down, ImlitHM
tsrms. AddnHTutrx 72C, nd, for
WAATMD 10 or B0 liMil of ant t la
to pssttir. OikhI rang, ru lining
water. Can also wlnUT. Ilnx C7-I,
Hood, Oragou. r,-22-3n
jWANTKI) TO leXCllANOK Tw.
gomi lots in Ilatiilon, Onigou,
for horsos, wagon and harness.
Wrlta A. A. Muiidun, Ilend, Ore.
llox d. 13-22-lp
MJA.SK AND OPTION Want to
lease Irrigate dalfalfa ranch from
40 acres up. Waul option to buy
at expiration of louxo. Might pur
chase stock and equipment. Ad
dross H 20, Tho Ilond llullotln.
WANTKI) Ily experienced farmer
with two teams, work on rnnch or
will run ranch, Man, wife and boy
of H. Inquire IJult,ollu.
WANTF.I) Wo will call nnywhoro,
any place, any time, to lookynt
your imcd furniture. Lot .us know
what you havo. Wo pay casti, Tho
Standard Furnlturo Co, 07-tOtfo
FOIt BALK OK TIIADI-: 120 ncros
- undor tho Swalloy ditch, 30 acres
In cultivation. State highway
acroKH laud. Doxlrablo ploce of
property cheap for casli. Kdwln
F. Hogoru, Tumalo, Oregon.
FOR 8AI.K Fresh cowh and flyo
holfors, from one to two years
old; Ouornsoys and Jorsoys. Ilosa
Hatch, Tumalo, Oro. 11-23-Pp
FOR BALK 11 head of milch cows,
Jorsoys and HolHtelus, will sell
any number, C. J. Cook, Milil
can, Oro. 30-23-Gp
FOIl S8ALK Tent houso, 0xl2-ft,
Wrlto fiox 345, Ilend, Oregon or
call rilack 13G1 uttor 0 p. m,
FOR SAM3 Ono wator whool, one
doiiblQ-actlon forco pump, also one
pump jack. Williamson's Second
Jlaiid Storo. 3-21-32p
FOR SAMS Top buggy and threo
yearling colts, also work harness,
Inquire T. Tyler, llox 107, Ilend.
FOR BAMS-rltyvloy, Inqulrp of
Sanford Scliultw), Qatoway, Ore,
I.OHT AND FOUND.
LOST Hot ween dopot and post of- '
Ilco on morning of July 28, Mex
ican robo. Finder plonso return
to llullotln offlco or notify Mrs.
Win. Alt, Ilond, Oregon, 12-22-3o
LOST HIaok alligator hand-bag
containing enrrenoy, government
bonds, ono bracelot made of S2.G0
gold plecos, wearing apparel, etc,
Lost Tuesday morning, August G,
on Ilend-IhirnH road within last
12 or 1G mllos of lloml. Will )
pay liberal rowurd for return of A
snmo to Napier & Young, nttor-
ueys, Ilond, Ore, G-23-4p
TAKKN UP Wllhln our tincloHUio
' at DesohutoH, whltofaco cow with
outfit h0rsldJlmudttdllL, .on
light sldo, II oiVTlght shouldoi'.
Owner mny mvo srno by calling
nnd pnylng pmwf,r,Contrul Ore
gon Irrigation ()V'Ileschutou,
STRAYKI) to Caldwell's, 0 miles cast
of Ilend, 1 long 2-yuor-old black
stallion; 1 black yearling filly, 1
brown two-year-old mure: Qwnor
niliy have wnq by paying dam- .
u,gwi uud cpsta T. 0. Merchant. T