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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1919)
IJKNI) llUMiKTIN, IlKND, OREGON, THU11HDAV, AUUUHT lit, 1010
FROM DAY TO DAY
B. L. Clarkwns In. the city Sun
day from his homo In La Pino.
V. M. Chrlsmnn of Silver Lako
was a wook-ond visitor In tho city.
Itay Canterbury of Seattle, form
erly ot Hond, arrived In the city last
Miss Bertha DIshon lias returned
to Dcnd after n protracted stay In
W. 1). Manlon, for iwo and a half
years In t'lm U. S. army, lias re
turned to Hond and may make his
homo hero for n time. Ho Is n
cousin of Harry Manlon of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Heed, form
erly ot this city, were In llend to
dny on their return trip to their
jhorno In Burns after attending tho
.Elks' convention ut Klamath Falls
Mr. and Mrs. C. A.. Sheppard of
Portland arrived In Bond last night
on their return trip aftor sovoral
dnys at Elk lako. Mr, Sheppard Is
extensively Interested In tho develop
ment of Summer lake.
Mayor Georgo L. Baker of Tort
land, accompanied by Airs. Baker
and hor mother, Mrs. M. W. Skeel,
were In tho city last night and this
morning on their way to Portland
after attending tho Elks' conven
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Symons of
Bend wero registered at tho frco
auto camp In i.lthla park, Ashland,
last Wednesday. They arc en route
to California on an automobile tour.
With thorn wero Mr. and Mrs. H.
Symons ef-Scattle, Wash.
Professor W. O. Crosby and his
son, I. B. Crosby, with Fred N.
Wallace, bavo returned from a trip
to Davis and Crater lakes.
Mrs. D. Spblor left yesterday for
Portland on her way to Los An
geles, where she will make her
homo. She will be in Portland two
weeks beforo starting on the trip
Dr. C. II. Soil, Mrs. L. D. Ste
phens, who arrived in Bend this
morning from Mt. Vernon, Miss
Margaret and Mrs. Robert Fleming
and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rhodes and
family left this morning for Crater
Miss Darrel Burton is able to be
nbout again today after being con
fined to tho hospital for the past
week with an attak of appendicitis.
Bruce Deyarmond, who enlisted
shortly after tho United States en
tered tho war, returned to Bend
last night, having received his dis
charge from tho navy.
L. D. Hoy and J. G. Foster of
Summer Lake, aro spending the day
In Bend on business.
Vomon Flnloy of Silver Lako Is
In tho city today.
Mrs. S. E. Warron of Rex, Oregon,
few days in. Bend from her homo
J. A. West of Prlnevillo Is on a
business trip to Bend.
William and Carl Holder wero
-visitors from Paisley who arrived
In tho city lost night.
Mrs. S. E. Waren of Rex, Oregon
is a guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Dement of this city,
Miss Connto Knickerbocker will
leave Wodnesdny morning for Port
land whoro sho will complete hor
college preparatory education at tho
Jofferson high school.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Dawson and A.
E. IIoss of Plnlnvlow, wero In llend
Mrs. G. A. Horskotto entertained
for hor mother, Mrs. G. A. Well, who
Is visiting hero from Eureka, Mont.
Fifty Invitations wero Issued and tho
guests spent n most delightful aftor
noon playing cards nnd dancing on
tho lnwu. Tho first prize, which was
n handsome set ot nut dishos, was
won by Mrs. Taylor, whllo tho conso
lation was tendered Mrs. Carl John
son. At six n delicious luncheon was
Mrs. E. R. Ryan was hostess at n
pretty party Monday afternoon In
honor ot Mrs. Muncy who left to
mnko her homo In The Dalles. Tho
afternoon was spent in sewing, after
which lunch was served. Tho guests
present wero: Mesdames Muncy,
King, Melstor, Sheridan, McCnrron,
Nichols, Miles, Johnson, Ryan, Lucas
L.Innton, Morrison, Blnkoly, McDon
ald and Rice.
Mrs. P. C. DoPuo of Portland nr
rlvcd this morning to spend several
weeks as the guest ot Mrs.-A. M.
Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Gant will
Icavo tomorrow for Elk lako whero
they will spend their vacation.
Mrs. X. G. Davis leaves tomorrow
tor her now homo in Prlnevillo.
Perry South, ranger at tho Sisters
station was in Bend last night.
H. K. Brooks is on a business trip
to Seattle. He may bo gone for the
better part of a week.
A marriage license was Issued
yesterday from the otflco ot the
county clerk to Carl M. Nelson nnd
Miss Hattio Welch, both of tho Al
W. O. Harrlman, ranger In the
Fort Rock district. Is spending the
day in Bond on business at head
quarters of tho Deschutes National
Friends of Mrs. D. II. Sphler, who
Is leaving soon for -Los Angolcs,
gathorcd yesterday at tho homo of
Mrs. Homer Mayrand, on Delaware
avenue, at a farewell party. As a
party gift .Mrs. Sphler was presented
with a silver cako basket.
IS NOTED BY
Will Seek to Interest IVopIo of
Multnomah County In Providing
Better Travel Facilities
in Central Oregon.
YOUR DRUG STORE
At your disposal every
thing that will counter
act Summer Complaint.
Magill & Erskine
Our Preiciiption Department u Complete
in Every Detail.
Fred Ellenburg. returned this
morning from a tlirco weeks' trip
. Mrs. E. O. Snyder nnd dnughtcrs
Misses Luclllo and Naomi are spend
ing the summer months nt the Al
llngbam ranger station on tho Mo
tolius. Miss Catherine Pugh, accompan
ied by Miss Marlon Brcdgor, left
this morning for Salem, Miss Pugh
will attend tho Salem high school.
Miss Bredgor has been Miss Pugh's
guest hero far several weeks.
A letter from Harry A. Wise, ono
of tho first Bend boya to enlist In
tho navy after war was declared,
writton to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Man
Ion, states that ho is on the U. S, S.
New Orleans, which has been on
an Asiatic cruise. Tho letter was
written as tho ship was approaching
DEER SEASON WILL
OPEN SEPTEMBER 1
ISprrUI to The Ilullttln.)
SALEM, Aug. 1 4. Tho deer sea
son throughout Oregon will open on
September 1, this year and will re
main open until October 31, accord
ing to an announcement made by
Carl D. Shoemaker, today,
Tho only exception Is in Union and
Wallowa counties where the season
will open on September 10 and will
close on November 10.
Heretofore the season has been
opened on August 15 In district No.
1, which consists ot all counties west
of tho summit of tho Cascade rango.
The season this year Is uniform in
both districts with tho exception of
tho two counties heretofore men
tioned. The bag limit is two deer
with horns, which is tho samo as
CARS DAMAGED IN
Slight damage was sustained by
both .machines Thursday when tho
cars of A. D. Lewis, rancher above
Bond, nnd C. P. Nlswonger. collided
at tho corner of Franklin nnd Wall
"If tho people of Portland know
tho condition ot roads In Central
Oregon, tho needs of your highway,
nnd what tho Improvement of your
roads would mean to them from tho
standpoint ot tourist luminous, they
would, to a man, he behind tho
movement tor Improvement ot tho
north and south highway."
This was the declaration Monday
ot Mayor Georgo L. Baker ot Port
land during a day's stop (n Bend on
his return from the Elks' convention
nt Klamath Falls. Mr. Baker was
accompanied by his wlfo, who was
confined to her room as tho result
ot tlTo hard trip ovor tho rough
road between Bond and Klamath
Should Be Tourist Mecca.
"Oregon would bo a tourists'
Mecca it theso roads woro what
thoy should bp," Mayor Baker said.
"Tho Central Oregon route is tho
natural outlet from tho state from
tho Columbia' River highway, or it
tho trip Is mado in tho opposite
direction it leads directly to tho
highway and to Portland. It Is my
desire to wrlto a story for tho Port
land papers showing tho need ot
this section ot tho state, with tho
purpose ot setting tho pooplo of
Portland nnd Multnomuh county In
terested In a better north and south
road. It should bo n boost for tho
state. As it now Is, It Is a knock."
Mr. Bakor believes that now Is
tho tlmo ot golden opportunity in
offering Inducements to travelers
from tho cast. "Wo should build
highways to places whero peoplo
want to go," ho said. "I consider
it falso economy to lay anything
but tho very best roads," ho added.
"I would favor hard surfacing, but
If this cannot bo had, get tho next
Ho dcclnred that the state north
and south highway could not well
be in moro deplorable shapo than
It was found by tho hundreds who
mnrfo the trip to Klamath In tho
FOUR L ORGANIZER
WORKING IN CAMPS
To work In tho camps of the
Brooks-Scunlon Lumbor company
Company, W. P. Doylo of Tacoma,
district orgunlzer of the f-L's, Is
niaklnj: his headquarter In Bend
and wfll bo in this locality for sev
eral days. On Wednesday Mr. Doylo
was at tho Brooks-Scanlon camps.
Sharp, fine writing
Easy to manipulate.
Fits the fingers.
$1.00 tD $7.50
STERLING and GOLD
Larson & Co,
The Fall Season 'of 1919 offers for Milady the most unusual
dyhs ana models. Fully to appreciate their usefulness, beauty
and expertntss in workmanship, you must see them, Direct
from New York where creations in designing are the keenest,
comes the latest in
Fall Coats and Suits
for Ladies and Misses
We are more pleased than ever lo tell you that this mer
chandise which we offer for your inspection
was contracted for at early spring prices. If you could
see the present quotations on this same merchandise you
will at once see the remarkably low prices we offer the
best of apparel for ladies.
The short coat this year is in strong favor plush, imitation muskriit, heaver,
leopard, yukon seal, plush, with wolf collar and cufls. These are the mc.st strik
ing models, lined with silk, you have ever had the pleasure of seeing in this city.
Tne long coats arc shown in seal plush with Jap mink collars and culls, belted
effects, raglan sleeves, with large shawl collar and pockets, hutton trimmed of self
material. There are a wide variety of patterns in silver tip Holivia, genuine nu
tria fur collars, coats full pleated hack, poo cloth, silver tone, heather mixtures,
half and full lined in colors of hrown, hlue, raspberry shade, tan mixtures, French
blue and copen.
The long jacket is the favorite silk lined in navy hlue, brown, serges broadcloth
and tricotene. Many very neat models with high fur collars, tastefully selected
buttons to match. These and many oilier striking types await the lady and
misses who enjoy seeing quality merchm.tli.se with I he icifeh of every buyer.
We invite you to come in, beginning tomorrow, August 22.
We will gladly tell you abou tli s merchandise.
Superior Merchandise in R.eady-to-Wear for Ladies and Misses
J. N. BURGESS TO BE
ON HIGHWAY BOARD
Pendleton Mini Will Be Named by
Governor to Hurcwd W. L.
SALEM, Aug. 18. J. N. IlurKOBS
of Pendloton will bo named as n
raombor of tho stnto highway com
mission to succeed W. L. Thompson
ns soon as tho latter disqualifies
for tho position by making Portland
his rosldcnco tho first of tho year,
It was announced by Governor 01
cott Just beforo his departure for
Salt Lako Saturday,
Mr. Uurgcsu is ono of tho bost
known farmers and stockmen in tho
state, and from 1011 to 1915 was
a member of the stato senate from
NEW FIRE STARTS
NEAR SWAMP WELLS
Douglas Johnson of tho Doschutos
national forost was Hei)t Thursday
to a now flro roported In tho Swamp
Wolls country, apparently covering
about 60 acres, It was lator lonrned
that tho timber monacod was owned
by tho Urooks-Scnhlon Lumbor coni
puny, und logging camp No. 1 was
01 mid riff liflHlll' ovrr Iho page of
Wlllln .TohiiMnn'H examination papers,
the lonelier was delighted In see Hint
not ono of the questions remained tin
nnswcri'd. Hut upon a more ni refill
scrutiny hor pride look n tumlil Af
ter nine of the twelve questions Wlllln
had written politely, "I am sorry Hint
this Is n subject on which I havo no
Put it in Tho llitlletlii.
Price of Happiness.
No mnn enn lie happy when tin do
splse his own nets, when ho Iimm any
consciousness of wrong, wlMher of
motive or net. No man cut) be happy
vlon ho harbors thoughts of revenge,
Jrulotiy, envy or hatred, lie inuit
have n clean heart nnd n clean con
science, or tin amount of money or
excitement enn inuko him happy,
Put it In Tho liulletln.
Gilbert's Furniture Store
IS NOW OPEN
At tho corner of Hond and Oregon streets, In tho Shuw Uulldlng
f We are Ready to wait on you for anything
In FURNITURE. STOVES, RANGES, LIN
OLEUM, RUQS AND OTHER HOUSE
flTT Wo shall bo jflud to kIvo you tho host
JJ poMlblo servlcu on any older you pluuo.
If wo havo not In stock what you want,
wo will jjel U for you.
Gilbert's Furniture Store
N. H. GILBERT
At tho Sign of tho Ultf Clock
Put It in Tltc Bulletin.
Tut it 1b "THE BULLETIN."