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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1919)
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PUREBRED LIVESTOCK LOOMS
IG AT 9TH TUMALO FAIR ;
Usual KUmdanl, hut Quality, 1h
(noil I'l-of. 1-VMm1 l'ruNos
; Jtnnchers for Piiisrt'vs.
TUMALO. 'Oct.- IO.--TI10 farmers Sho ami, Fair to bo held Thursday,
of tho Tumnjp Irrigation project and Krlday and Saturday. With tho
tho WcstShlo Agricultural Fair Asm county spud grower In full twins
FOR AIRS. CURRY
"Molhut may go out to swim?
oh my darling daughter. Hani;
(your clothes on a "Juuljjr" limb, hut
don't ko near tho water," doesn't 1
apply to Mrs. Anna Cuiry. truant
officer, school mirso, hinh school inn-
It wan 9. 30 on u Monday morning
t . - X .. ui...l ...
Ili..i nf TI,U Y.'iii-V lotntO noil' """'" ".v hiiuihI,1i
. I tho brldgo spanning the DascmijjiHj
win ih nn jiipt)-ivi-i. oi-.iB r!vor. She was enjoying tho Hno
' nnil Itacfts on tho rrogvnm. morning nlr. llor step was brink.
l l.ooklnit around Inking In tho scon-
. , ,, .cry her oyo full upon a youngster
licdmona flops' inio mo nmoiii!iiion lho Hc,r hnn)(
Its annua,! roiam
TTAPtTRRS Sow WHAT4 REDMOND FAIR WlLIi
rpUTCV APR -nnTNR. ' FEATURE KING SPUD tronete
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this week with
soclailtm' slopped Inlo tho HmdllRht
with Its ninth annual agricultural
nnd livestock fair last Thursday and
gave all who attended, and espe
cially tho- llwxslock fanciers, tt sur
prise. In former years the show has
been confined almost exclusively to
field and itftrUen crops pantry shelf,
school, needle work displays, but this
year these features hod to divide
honors wUli purebred livestock, and
many bellcvo-that livestock took first
placo In.thn, hearts of tho exhlhl
tors as well as persons who ottend
t ed. ;
E. J. Fejsted, of the Oregon Agri
cultural Follcgo expressed his sur
prise at the Advancement that hah
. been made by tho Central Oregon
farmers, who practically speaking,
have taken up tho purchase, breeding
nnd raising purebred livestock only
In tho last two or thrco years, Prof.
Kelstcd not only judged tho livestock
from the point of awarding ribbons,
hut gaVo tho farmers of tho project
- somo useful tfps on tho manner of
" feeding- livestock and getting them
hit&fiiJjpar condition. Ho touched
upon tho Important features In dc
termlng tho best livestock .material
To speak In glowing terms of tho
livestock, which was absolutely tho
besUdlsplay that has over been rcon
In Central Oregon, does not mean to
reflect any discredit upon tho high
quality of " tho displays of grains,
grasses, vegetables, pantry-shelf de
partment or ncedlo craft work. Tho
displays of" grains, grasses nnd -vegetables
was not aB largo as tho fair
has'shown In somo former years, but
tho quality Vaa excellent nnd gavo a
' very plain conception as to what the
project Is capable of doing. One of
the most promising rrops for tho
project was shown in alfalfa, much of
wli'lch was of old seeding, but tho
new alfalfa measured up with tho
older roost favqrablo.
There was .keen competition In tho
llyJStock, "department. Tho grand
cTmmjtfoii In tho Shorthorn class
weijr.'.to'E A. Griffin. This bull, 10
months old was purchased for Mr.
drlffln by tho First National Bank
of Bend. . The Bccond prlte In this
class went to tho bull owned by lho
Tnmalo Bull Asaoclotlou. . .
A. J. Hartor won first prize in tho
,(hlfer.,class, two-yoar-old stock. It.
' U, Fllcklnger. second and Olaf A11-
f derson third. To Mr. Anderson went
first place In the yearling class, In
the yearllngi and under A. J. Hnrter
took first, F. G. Flowers, second and
..Armstrong & Sou, third. In tho
class of grand champion Shorthorn
. cows A. J. Hartor was first, and J.
V Brown, second. A. J. Harler was
first in the Jersey class and Fred X,
Grover Gerklng had his Aberdeen
Angus beauties well groomed for dis
play. He was the' only exhibitor
in this class and made a splendid Im
pression with his cattle.
It was Intended to publish the.
awards made lust week e( tho Tumalo
Fair, but Secreta'ry C. I. Becker an
nounces that the list has not been
complied. TIiq prlte winners will be
made known at u later date.
digging tho 19.19 crop tho bust of
this year's crop Is likely to bo on dls
Consciousness of duty always up
pormost In her mind, Mrs. Curry
bent hur stops In, tho direction of
tho Innocent joungstor. As luck
would hau It. this enterprising gen;
Ins "of the fourth grade 11, proved to
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piny, aiuioukii "u er '"' -;ba u t of n water dot. Just as
short of previous years tho quality Is hu Hm(o ft (Uvo fr thy nnd
said to bo excellent. . ,)0 wade- n lo ulskmiC!(i P.U1K ou;
Tho tontnllvo program includes' 0 wr. You can't get mo."
Friday street sports and paraded Well, of course, Mj-s. Curry Imd to
Saturday awarding ofjirlics and one- ,0 or Ulty q n,0 1() WBcr ,,
lion of prlio winning potatoes, unUiwnlll . K,niull.,.., .hMi-mhi,
v. 1 I- ?,''' . s1"'
strM)t sports and races.
bo known as Bend, Tumn
Friday will ,howw, . of' wRjp,,,rV.'.per
lo, nnd Sis- vutor blU UMuonjftVedl Mis, Curry
called: ''You betW not, try to swim
r -1 . . . .
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rrinmriiy a puuuo suuw iiiu- o-l(, , , .... ,i t ..' 11 .In rlirht
hlblts will Include7 grains, Brasses f( . - ;.'. 1 -
fruits vegetables, art aid fancy; s'Th!s litil tTorHi haU ItttToct on
worKj. wowers Jinn iivciock. v
whllo prizes Jinvo becu offered
wnriu , ,, ,.. ,,. 1,,,-tt.w,.i'fin ... .i ..i.
.,uw, ...... ,, ."-- . VV " - "'
lowed himself to
ud out of tho
Y011 ran buy lltt-alork throusUTho
Bulletin rlnvslflil nils.
! irnlnr nnil Iilll,lij1 liHpLln itr.linnt
'Moral: If you want? to play tru
ant hoop away from tho river.
IT 11. Xfartur, i-y
12 QuaitN of ItuiKiiiicly Aid In Con
1 lotion of 1m Ontmlo
r f, . Jlotorlst.
' 'A, 'hlHkbRnaybo Soiimejledfand
Vf ovoi" la'steiUat Intervals, .and, lipnto
1 '.Ainqdetboar- chiefly - foam way bo
i ITrocured, but tho ease of- sparkling
Burgundy tal:-n by Sheriff !. IJ,
lloberts and Police Chief 'CT A. W.
'ixon in their lust uuti-llquor ox-
w iiodltlon, Is a novelty Jn tho way, of
. toxicants. Tho owner, W. JII, Per-
' kins, of La Orande, who wjtiiound
'4, ftvemllesJto tho northeuat of Bond
iyjH'lf.ttBdrJils car and makii)g need-
JiiWwUrii to tho machine, pleaded
jffitBlity. and puljl ?100 In Jiidgo
Sliwites rouit for haying iltqtior In his
He had started Out with 30 quarts
Tftitho Hparkllug wine, but all but 12
rjtttlefl had beou brpl.on duifuK tho
Trl'p, he toW tho courli Ho frankly
ffdmltted hrjiigliiK tljb liquor oyer lho
llnei from CallforAla.
H. II. MUNKU IN
QLQHES for lier
I bby is'onc of the big
problems of every moth
er. Clothes of high
qimlity will lcssciljthese
troubles and also lessen
the cost of clothing the
Ha r t Schaffne r
& Marx Clothes
for Boys Will Stand
Boys don't need to worty; wo ban clothes now for I hem that will Maud tho strain
,of a, football game; t ,Bnt lM b))nl hJjr for C,010HJ foollm ,, , ,,,.
We've never. oL found a boy who stopped
n footb'iill game 'to sce'if lie'd lost any buttons
or torn- a hole in ti.8 suit; 'But we do-know a
number of boys who have stopped on the way
and wondered what -Mother was going to say
when they reached ' home. '
l r m
.We are glad to say tlto we can bring you
saving on our School Boys' Shoes. They WILL
WEAR and we "know it. All prices.
But if on the way home from schooPyouSh't resist a serimmagcTor
two these clothes will stand it. Hart Schaffne? & Marx made them; and
made them right; young-man stylo- all-wool fabrics; they'll last a long time.
" Good 'Cap Values
iphese are made just like
", "he stylish caps for young
men; all the style features;
many fabrics and patterns;
special at x
,;!", 75c to $2.00
., .. Blouses for Boys
..iou can't find any better
anywhere; in all colors and
p jjatterns; attractive values A
'4 i in all sizes at" ' l 'u'
85c to $1.25
M P CASHMAN
TIIK PAC.V.V OOIV AT TIIK tiltAMjmiK.Vi'KK IT
miiviih- i vii rrifivn I
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At the I.llM-rty Turhday and
AT THE' MOVIES
AT THE GRAND.
1 llancu and uttractloiiH. On Sunday
, matluoo Sunday erenlng mid Monday
ut tho Mhorty, William S. Hart
comes In "Wagon Tracks," a picture
story full of real wostern .sentiment
and showing Hart In a different
character. Tho wagon tracks take
tho hero Into strange scenes of wast
oru llfu showing tho bigness of his
character. Tho Grand Theater will
featuro II, II. Warner Monday and
Tuesday lu "Tho Pagan Ood," a
' story wlth an Oriental setting deal
ing with Hie life of a diplomat In
Mongolian revolution, Tho hero Is
loved by n revolutionary slroti. . Tho
play Is exceedingly good.
1 I,lla Leo, always known for er
pop and Klllott Dexter will bo seen
In "Tho Daughter of tho Wolf," horo
I Miss I,ee has fallen among a ba'pd of
I human wolves iftilll Into her life camo
n man different sort. The sfpry, (Ike
all others carrying M In Leo In tbo
leading role Is full of action.
k T,hi well kupwn book f Itoxjwl covering nil olaasea of agrlctn-
(Hiicn..iitf ,urao(i7 wiij m winwi lnr, ,ie aiock. poultry, and domes.
flit llln flrrihit rpiiAMl.tn Mf Ji.UJi1.
TI,rsd..y or next w,ok. This Is n'lc "'' Fl" wlth-,ssranco
.storvtrif ihn N'nrih co.inirv In u-iiWi . ""1 'he entry ulll ben long 0110.
right In pitted iigalnst might und., r,,e " "Wo lio fair
wins. Marguerite Clark Is to bo scon i ''f! ,m,1 ,mm 'Ko:'", 'll l'rY
at (ho Liberty Theater TlmrmlBy 1"'011 ,,,,,,K "VS1" ,or norln nnil ffoii.
only In "Htlll Waters." 11 great story "rul ,,'"-"'fUlit, tliut will remove
of circus llfo. It was tho greatest 1 1',?' l'oIMUiy .of (hero being any
circus story when It was written nndr"" '""""" y " " "iienuance.
romaliis so today. ? b"Hl ty1' l"lllo " find
iii iiiBiini mir iiisiriniidoii or Uif.
awards and thu liharal cash prizes
will make It worth whllo for tho ox
hlbltor lo enter In nil classes for
,wh(rh ho hus entries available.
Dances will he held In lho gymnas
lum Friday mid Hulurdii) ovonlngs,
A movoinent Is 011 foot (11 make this
itnntiaf event tho Deschutes Comity
Fair after this year.
POTATO FAIR WILL
BEGIN ON THURSDAY
RKDMONI), Oc. 15. All arrange
meuts havo been completed for tho
potato show with 'prospects or ono of
(ho most successful events of lho
kind over held thoro, The formal
ppenlng will be tomorrow morning,
the fair lasting through tho October
1 8th. Liberal prizes bavo been provld-
Kour chairs Ut. your MrVlco at the
Metropolitan, No witllBi-Adr. .
I'ut It In Tho Bulletin.
VILMAM S. HART
At the Lllx-ily Kunilay mid .Monday.
U. S. Truck in Last Lap of Farm to Consumer
Tuesday and Wednesday
Elliott DcxterLUlu Lee in
"Tho Daughter of tho Wolf"
MutliHH?, levelling nnil..
Bill Hail In "Wagon Trucks"
Marguerite Cjark In "Still
Elmo Lliicolnlln "Elmo, the
I'rIUttyiHi Hat uidny
Hale Hamilton In "Full Of Bop"
j $ J J 5 J
Now then, there will bo something
doing Reveille Week at the movies,
youcan bet yourllftf, A program ha(
b(ioH selected UiHtlwill'nlea8c'circry
AT THE LIBERTY.
Blllle Ithodes In "Tho Lovo
Monday noil Tnchdiij'
II. K Warner lu "TWWb'an
Wednesday and TliurMlay
Bex Beach lu "Tho Brand"
I-'ilday and Hut diday
Viola Djina In "j'l'easo ,Gct
A ', ' A A A
At tho Onuid on Sunday comes
Bllllo Bhodes in "THi.t.oyS' Cull" or
the Mory of thoJlttinSrtht) loves
the mountain unci mountain people
better than thv&tjju brll-j
Congressman M Clyde Kelly of
Pennsylvania believes In carry lot
Ibe farmers' motor truck Idea
one more step and has prepaitfd
a bill lo further the use of momr
trucks ntho poMoflko departr
moot for"dlroct dlstril4Ut(qn.1 of
fsrm products to the cJty;c,oi'
sumers by parcel post. This lit
- i?i ity
n v vBPMnraininHHPiiiiH
" .1: mt-L ujt t t a- r ' i I, i .. : -, ' . mrm ' mm.
iPViHkSftHHHFMflH the ' biggest, trilik 'hlil"!! a
IKiiV'faWWBA.'V; ' . v-ih
the' biggest, trilfik
ivaHiiing on, u, c , routo, enrry-
Ing 1 26.000 pounds nor mouth
and clearing HJ,flOn for th
pOHiolhre Ihsl year It was Key
who (hit through (lie bill for tM
Of surilllls armv Mini I bv linril
HlMwt , Kylly I ihuWu "standing by
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f v 'jurat