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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1919)
"Every Show A Good One"
Friday and Saturday
Tom Mix Comedy
Sunday and Monday
Literary Digest Topics
Vodeville in Movies
Outing Chester Scenic
TWO SHOWS NICHTIV
Friday and Saturday
Lyon & Moran Comedy
Monday and Tuesday
"Out of the Fog"
The screen's most
ity. The season's best
MAYOR GETS LETTER
FROM LONELY WIDOW
Scuttle Woman Wants Ilnnclirr Hus
band Who Has Good Principles
. ' but Knows of the World.
Somowhcrc In Seattle lives a lonn
ly widow who hu3 decided that Bond
Is tho best hunting ground in the
northwest as far ns husbands are
concerned. Mayor J. A. Eastcs ro
celved n letter from her on Tues
day ask Inp him to help start her on
n second tilp to tho altar. She as
sures tho Bend mayor that alio is
only 45 years of age, is a good house
keeper, and n homo lover.
llauchcrs aro preferred, but thu
only kind of man who will bo con
sidered is one who has good princi
ples, and at tho samo time knows
something of tho world.
Mr. Eastcs has not divulged tho
name of the seeker aftor connubial
bliss, but will furnish both uame an 1
address to any adult tnalo who is Interested.
of nil plans for tho brunch of Red
Cross activity here.
It is expected that Miss Urcins'
work in Deschutes county will In
elude u course of lectures to be given
in the community halls.
POKTIM SPKAKF.HS COMING
TO ADDKF.SS MKKTINO TO HK
HKM) UNOKK AUKIMCKS OK
AM DKSIUINM TO TAKK UV US
ING WOHK riUJKI) TO HF.dlS
TKH WITH CITV Hl'PKIMX
TNXIU3XT Dl'ltlXti WF.FK.
Any porsons ds-slrlng to take up
work In night school, will do well to
register with City Superintendent 8.
W. Monro this week, us the evening
clnsnus Wilt begin on 'Monday. Oo
tobur 13, Mr, Mooro pointed out on
Ttmndny. Clnsws will bo hold on
Monday, Wednesday anil Thursday
pvpnlnBH. from 7 to 9 o'clock.
The courses of study oft Or ml, will
bo as follows:
Kngllsh- -Introductory trriimmup
lulvanoad grammar, commarclnl Kug
IInIi, fotolgu Kngllsh. Kngltsh lltoru
turn and history of ljngllsh Morn
turo. Commercial PonnuuMhlp nitd
spoiling, typewriting, stenography,
bookkcuplng, commurelul law, sales
Languages - Spanish and French
History Uenernl history, and
Mathematics Advanced urtthmo
tic. algebra, geometry.
Elementary Heading, grammar,
arithmetic, geography, penmanship
and spelling, and civil service.
Science- General science.
THE HORTON DRUG CO.
has recently received a generous supply of
KNIGHTS OP COIiU.MUUH.
RED CROSS NURSE
IS STATIONED HERE
Miss Margaret Hivms to Ilvprrscnt
llcnd Chapter Throughout All
To take chargo of tho home nurs
ing department of the American Ited
Cross In this county. Miss Margaret
Itrems, or Detroit, Michigan, has ar
rived In JJend. Miss Emma Crltten
gor of Scattlo arrived horo on Tues
day from tho division office of the
Hcd Cross, to meet with the local
committed and aid In tho formation
Columbus Day will be tilting!
celebrated in lleud Oct. 12, by tho
locul lodgo of the Knights of Colum
bus, which will give u special pro
gram Sunday evening at S o'clock ni
tho Uend Amateur Athletic Club.
In n letter received this morning
from the Portland lodgo by J. H.
Arnold it was learned that Thomas
G. Ilyan, formerly In the ofQco of tho
V. S. District Attorney In Portland
and Dan Kullaher, former state sen
ator, also of Portland will nrrlvo in
Bond Sunday morning and will ad
dress tho meeting Sunday evening.
A local commltteo is arranging a
program of local talent for thu oc
casion. Tho public Is cordially Invit
ed to uttend this gathering. No ad
mission charge will bo made.
SIX WILL SLEEP IN
Drills fur Itevelllc Week Ait Ar
ranged Melnbcrs llerelve Char
ter for Only Firemen's Union
In State Outside Portland.
Exports have cMlinutcd for the gov
ernment that Holland's coal deposits
contain more than 5,000,000 tons, but
none of It lb llrst grftdu fuel.
Six members of the Uend volun
teer fire department will sleep each
night in tho new llrehouse, ready
to respond to nil nlnrms, Just as
soon us thu building Is ready for
occupancy, it was decided Monday
at tho rogular meeting of the de
partment, held In thu city rost
moms. Six thrco-unrter beds and
other fumlturo that will mnlcu tho
new sleeping quarters comfortable
and homelike hnvu already been
Engineer Stevens and Captain
George W. Stokos, assistant stato
i firo warden, wore appointed to draft
1 suitable houso rules and offer fur
Ithcr suggestions regarding comfort-
I able conditions to prevail at tho
firuhouRo. Captain Stokes affirmed
his statement, made whllo hero on
n previous trip, that ho would sup
ply tho department with a library.
Thu department was assured by
Chief Tom Carton that (hln a
very few days tho now engine houso
would bu completed. Tho furniture
Is on thu ground and ns soon us !
tho painters have finished tho In
terior only u frw hours' mora work
The many obstacles in the way of normal production of this popular toilet
ware have been overcome as far as Horlqn Drug Co. is concerned. Wo have
received a generous supply with which to begin tho Fall Season, and reserve
supplies arc held subject to call.
Tho designs conform closely to those of previous years so that now pieces
can be added to sets that have boon starlod. Tho quality is the same in every
detail the same substantial weight, the same perfect finish and tho same ar
tistic grained ell'ect.
-a... - -.-
Hand .Mirrors $1.80 to !l
Hair llrUHhos J1.50 to $7.50
Military llrushus $5.50 to $10 pr.
Infants' Hair llrushos GOc to
?1.25; one L60
Combs 15c to $1.75
Clothes llrushos j:t to J 5
Whisk llrooms $1.25 to $2.75
Hat llrushus $1.25 to $:t,75
Handkerchief lloxes $3.50
tllovo Uoxcs $3.50 to $10
Croaiii or Salvo lluxci I0oto $1
Soap lloxes 40c to Sic -
Jewel lloxos $1 to $R
Pin or Trinket lloxes $'l.G0
Talcum lloxes, $2.25
Talcum Can Holders 60c
Dresser Trays 35c to $5
Puff lloxes 85c to $3.G0
Hair Itccolvors, 86o to $3.50
Tooth Powder lloxes 85c to $1.25
Tooth llniHli Holders 50c to $1
Purfumv Hot lliw Olio to $160
Null Kilos Sflo to 40o
.Vail Horrors r.r.n to $1.75
Null Scissors $l.sn
Cut lulu Scissors $1,25
Corn Knives 3 fie, SOo and Sfie
Cuticle Knives 35c and 50c
llutton Hooks 25u to 75c
Shoo Horn $1 to $1.50
Picture Frames C5o to $4
The Du Barry Design in Open Stock
Horton Drug Co.
Home of Edison and Victor Phonographs
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Demonstrations That DemonstrateNo. 6
WATCH FOR No. 7.
TxlNE FARMER dipped his potatoes in the Corrosive Sublimate
WM Solution for .scab. His potatoes were clean, free from scab,
and other disease and brought a gooil price.
Another farmer "took a chance" and planted his without
dipping the seed. His potatoes were so scabby they sold for
, only a little more than cull potatoes for hog feed.
.''.' ' '
It pays to dip and it pays to use the Corrosive Sublimate
formula. Your potato crop will show up pretty soon and
you will want the formula on hand for spring use. We have
it for you. ,. .
Tin: hank of 1'i:u.so.na.si:hvkjk
The First National Bank of Bend
by tho depuvtmont will put every
thing In shape.
Drill Nights Aligned.
A program controlling tho demon
stration to bo given on the day set
aside by tho American Legion dur-
Ing Hovelllo week for tho flro de
partment wan mapped out and drill
nights for the contesting teams assigned.
The regular Sunday drill, which
has In tho past been held In tho
morning, starting this coming Sun
day will bo held from 1:30 to 3:30
o'clock, and un urgent request liy
Chief Cnrlon was made to tho de-
pnrtment for every member In be
present, ns some new drills will
bo Introduced. '
President T. H. Foley has prom
ised the drill teams that, through
tho Uend Water. Light & Power
Co., ho would arrange for the
stringing of lights over the vacant
lot at the south end of Horn! street
for the purposo of ullowlng the
teams to practice later Into tho
Colon I Formed.
The secretary's report of tho
dance given by tho department last
Wednesday night showed n nut
profit of $1C75. Statements ren
dered to tho department were re
ferred to tho finance committee.
Ilcnd is tho only city In the
state outsldo of Portland whtch has
an organized lire lighters' union af
tlllated with the International union.
A charter for tho locul was received
lust night, nud 28 members of the
lleud volunteer firo department
signed the document. Officers of
tho union are: Chief Flro Kuglueer
K. U. Stevens, president; Harry
Itelugold, vice president; Oeorg
Stokoe. secretnry-treasurer. The en
tertainment commltteo Includes Cap
tain J. A. Swift, Ouoige Stokoe and
Claude Smith, while Ivan Palon and
J. II. Taylor were named ns dele
gates to tho labor convention.
HAS WON PUCE OF HONOR
YOUR DRUG STORE
Thai will last
Magill & Erskine
Our Prociiplibn Department it Complete
in Eveiy Detail.
YOUR DRUG STORE
MANY GIVE TO
HELP B. A. il. C.
lauoi: totaii a:.i:':m; p:.:::mj.
i:i) TO ('O.M.MITTKK WOltKI.NOi
TO (I.KAIt ATllI.lfni' Cl.t.'ll OF
ITS ItntlMI.V OF HF.IIT.
KucnuruKlriK progress Is being
made In tho campaign to nil so the
amount of money needed In clear
the Uend Amateur Athletic club of
debt, anil thu following subscrip
tions, totaling 130.020. 'Jl, wore re
ported on Tuesday by tho com
mltteo In charge of this branch of
the work. Tho list follows:
Tho Slievliu-Hlxon Com
pany $ in, nun. oo
Ilrooks-Scaiilou Co lA.OSO.OO
T. A. McCann, et nl 1,000.00
J, P. Kayos and II. K.
C. 8, Hudson 750.00
I). K, Hunter 750.00
First National Hank 700.00
Central Oregon Hank ... COO. 00
The Ilcnd Cc 500.00
It. M. Smith 500.00
A. II. Horn..t 500.00
Miller Mr. Co 400.00
Mnnnlielmer Ilros 400.00
Hand Hardwaro Co 357.41
Heed ft Horton 350.00
O'Donuell Ilros 350.00
Leo A. Thomas 300.00
United Warehouse Co ' 300,0,0
Anton Auno 300.00
Uend Fiirnlluro Co 250.00
Klks' Club 250.00
Chas, Iloyd 160.00
Hrunswlck-Ilalko Co 123.50
DEPUTY SEALER IS
VISITOR IN CITY
On an official trip through thu
state, William A. Dalziel, deputy
setder of weights and mousiiros, ar
lived In lleud ou Tuesday and will
remain in this vicinity for thu' next
three days, After a general Inspec
tion of conditions in Uend and tho
vicinity, ho will leave- for Ilopjmur.
Salvation Army's Work for Flfty-Fojr
Ycsri fteeoonlxed as Worthy of
the Highest Praia.
Hxcept for the war tin .Sshatlen
Army undid have eelrbrnted Its lUllctli
birthday four ears ago, but there
could hardly lime been a belter te
minder of nvIiiiI the army bud du
ii nd becouio In a half O'lilur) thiiii the
recent nunrd of lbs Victoria from to
llircu .Salvntlnii Army soldiers furtlnlr
servlco In Frnnee. Flfiyfutir wir,i
ngo thlugi were very, dlfferwiit ; lh
first nppenrnnces of the salvntlinilKti
nrnutvd oppoiltlon, rowdies tried to
break u the iitcciliiKt. mid on at least
one invasion meiiiberi of the future
nnny Mere nrreMed In Kiiclnud ni
"dIMiirbcr of the peoee." Orlclnnlly
"imply an ntlempt to innke converts
hy ouidiMir prent'hlng, Die movemont
wbleh William lluoth Minted In July.
IS, wni put no a military IhikU and
became the Salvation Army In 1H79,
since which time It Imi grown friun
7A t'oiix In Kuglnnd to ahuiit il.(K)l
turpi and oiitponts In more tbnti t
roiintrliM. The army was onlclnlly
reeosnlxed by King IMwnrd VII when;
he received the founder at Itut-kliie-limn
imliice In I1M I ; a different )el re
markable "nillclal recognition" oc
eiirred ipilte recently when it tableau
honoring the .Salviithm Army uasmnde
the climax of the current "Zlegfeld
Folllen" on llroadwiiy. (
No, we arc lad to have
you come in at any
time that you
alio ti t
We aro Not Afraid
to discuss this important
matter with you