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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1919)
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For The Holidays i
.Mi. Illrkuk Win Told There Win
No Chance For Her Tii ii fur
I lost on Hit.
If you need clothes for
We have many things to be thankful for that vc
are living- in a free country and among friends. We
are your friends, in trying to live up to the Golden
Rule, which our FOUNDER, MR. J. C. PENNEY
made the guiding principle of our business. Give
g us an opportunity to prove our sincerity.
Flannel- Shirts for Men and Boys at Popular Prices
- - $1.25 to $5.90.
Sweaters '. L......$1.49 to $10.90
Wool Underwear (Union). ... .. .L50Jq $7.50
Wool taixed (Union) $2.98 to $3.98
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Cotton Ribbed; and Fleeced (Union) $t9S
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Two Piece Wool Shirts and Drawers $2.49 to $3.9S
Two Piece Cotton Ribbed and Fleeced Shirts and
J. C. PENNEY CO. Inc.
SONG WRITTEN BY -GRANGE
Nov. 26. A
(words and music) by a Grange Halt
man. Tho song is a tribute to
Itcd Cross nurse. The story told I
a true one, which was related to
(he composer by a comrade In the
trenches. The composer Is 31 r.
Hoyer who returned from Franco In
the spring and who Is at present
farming a part of the L. C. Young
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. liutler accom
panied O. Daule und wife to tho sale
at the Warner ranch near I'owoll
Phillip Melvln was the name se
lected for Julius Pederfion's young
Mr. Jennessen who atteuded the
.Utock sale in Portland, brought home
u flue cow as bin purchase.
Mr. Guudersen und wife who live
72 miles south of liend spent
Thanksgiving week with Mr. nnd
Mrs. Geo. Erlcksen.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ilcttmun at
tended the Warner sale Monday.
Mrs. P. J. Young, nnd Dorothy
Voting were cullers at the teacher's
cottage Wednesday evgnlug.
RULES GIVEN FOR
With a comparative few of tho
American Expeditionary forces re
maining In Europe, regulations just
received by Acting Postmaster Hud
son governing the sending of Christ
muK packages overseas, have under
gone a change from those in effect
Tho new instructions provide (hat
n "parcel may weigh not more than
s6vqii pounds, must be not more than
72 Incliijslu combined' length and
width, must lit; marked with the
complete address of tho soldier to
whani'lt ls',ont. and must be rnnrk
?d 'Christmas parcel." For dellv
ury In Franco, England, or Germany
.by Christinas, packages must bo at
llobokeu by December 8. '
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f ASSOCIATION LOADS .
.; CAR OF POTATOES
Whorl lutown .Monday on his rogu-
WPgPtff. was no. lA.dl.fo car
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asseclntien 'President Pus Erstadlg, "for a ful and caAip
: of t1oWaivtI?iliP.aiin(iiinrnilhnf II... '? .Id .CStlmateS'iEwh
potatoes for members living In tho
liend district. Tho price being ro-
celyed fortbls car load is three cents
per pound and Mr. Stadlg says hr ex
pects to see tho price" still higher.
Public notlco is hereby given that
the county court of Deschutes county
Oregon, has made tho following es
timate of the amount of money to be
raised by taxation for the ensuing
year und contnlng a statement of
the probable receipts of the county
from sources other thuu direct tax.
County clerk . ..
School superintendent, .
Commissioners court. .....
County court, ....
Wator master. '.....
Court house nnd Jail
Itoads und bridges, 18,750
State chamber of 'com
Uoard of prisoners, ..
State tax, , ...
Total , 1144,570
Clerk's & Recorders fees X
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Bprcst revenue ;..
llalance to bo raised by
direct taxutlon S 134,3 14
'In addition there will bo rnlsed
by direct taxation nutsido the amount
limited by tho constitution tho sum
of 6,875 interest on 3125,000 road
fund bonds, and a 0110 mill tax for
rouce is further kIvoii tbnt thn
c"r,t h"8. 'iied Thursday,. Dec-
nine nnu nhtpo
Oil. and wfinrn
miiv r u v rn ina m n 1 ir
Kr VUrSSd. .TO h"2M
1 -.--. ...
Tor tlin first tlmu In your I am
utile to sit down unit out u hourly
meal without stiffoiliiK afterwards,"
sulci Mrs. Jonnlo M. Hlckok who liven
nt 701 13th. Ave South, Seattle,
Washington, whllo relating her ex
perience to n Tniilnc -representative,
tho other lny,
".My family didn't think I would
live very Ioiik." continued Mrs.
Hlckok, "nnd In fact whllo 1 was
under treatment 1 wum told that I
hud Hitch n complication o.f l rouble
tliut there waa 116 chuheo fur,'mo to
ever he well ngulu. t had n hnd case
of stomach trouble, am! had gotten
to tho point where every! IiIiir I nto
would our aim cnusu Ran 10 lorm
I so had I could hardly breathe. .My
ktdueyti wore out of order all tho
'time, nnd I would have such awful
pnlns In tho small or my back that
It wns out of the question for me to
go up and down a night of steps.
And then, the awful hendnches I
used to have nearly overy day would
almost drive me wild. I wus very
restless at night and nover slept
well. In fact, my nerves were In
such terrible condition that tho
least noise would upset mo terribly.
The different medicines and treat
uieutH I wus taking didn't seem to
do me any good at all, and I Just
kept mi Retting worse all the time.
"When I told my sou I wns going
to take Tnnlnc, ho wuh very much
surprised, and seemed to think I wan
! doing the wrong ..lag to stop taking
I my other medicine and coiumeiico
ion something I knew nothing about
Well. I told him that I had heard
1 about Tanlnc helping others who suf
I fered as I did, nnd I didn't see any
reason why It shouldn't do me some
good, ton, so I got a bottle and bo-
Ei Ran taking It I wus rlRht. for Tun
(st'luc wns Just the medicine 1 had boon
needing all the time, ami I began to
w 1 feel better by the tlmo I had Mulshed
Hi my first bottte I have taken eight
B' bottles now, and I never huvo a pain
or an acne or any kiiki. 1110 neau
'nclios nre gone nnd I am not bothered
jany more with those awful pains In
I my bnck I can go up and down
stairs ns well us anybody now, and
lean take long walks nnd climb hilM
Ins well as I ever could I have n.
, splendid appetltu tind eat thice
(hearty meals every day nnd' I never
havo a sign of stomach trouble or In-
digestion of any kind. My nerves
worn to be In Perfect condition nnd
I sleep like n child evury night. Vow,'
that Is what Tunlac did for tn after
I wns given up to din, and that is '
why I say that It Is the medicine In 1
the world. I am more than Rind to
recommend it to everybody."
Tnnlnc Is sold in liend by Owl Drug
Co.. In Sinters by Geo. F. Altkeii, and
In liend by Morton Dm;; Co."
favor or against any proposed tax
levy. . ,1
Published by order of the county
court of Deschutes county. In The
liend Hulletln, tho official paper of
said county on the 27lh,uViy:jof Nov
ember and the 4th day of December.
1919, the first publication being not
less than 20 dnys und the second not
less than 10 days prior to said pro-'
posed meeting. ,
L. W. I). II.MIXBS,
m County Judge
O. K. MIM.KIt.
XOTK'K OF IIEAItl.VC OX
Notlco Is hereby given thn
estate of Champ Smith, deceased,
has filed his final accounting In the
county courl of Dcschutos County
Oregon, and that the Judge of said
are a few of
the items we
You ciin make your own
terms within reason nt
it, we are here for you
rhis day is made an occasion for a social function, festiv
ity and good cheer. You want to be dressed right for it.
I -. Hart Sdiaffner & Marx Clothes :
mean being dressed with" no fear
style and quality.
Overcoats for Everybody
We're safe in recommending to you our exceptionally
fine showing of Men's Overcoats.
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Whenever ypu thinly of a Hat you look for distinction that's
V 'the last word GORDON'S
rr .In t .Ti
M. P. Cashman
I fawwMiaHiMcia I
court has fixed Saturdny, Docombor
27. 1911). ut 10 o'clock 11. m. nl I hit
county court room In the courthouse
in Ileud, Oregon, as the tlmo nnd
placo for hearing objections to und
tho settlement of said accounting,
and all persons Interested a 10 hero
by cited to appear nt said tlmo and
place and shown cause If such exist
why suld Iluul accounting should not
be allowed and said udmliilutrator
discharged from his trust.
Dated und published first time
November 27, 1919.
J. H. SMITH.
Administrator of the Estate of
Champ Hin'lth, Dncvnsed.
.NOTICE TO CIIKIUTOUH.
Notlco Is hereby given thut tho
undersigned' iiUH been duly appoint
ed administrator ,of tho estate of
John II. Fry roar Into of Sisters, De
schutes county Oregon, All parlous
having clulms against tho estuto of
said deceased 1110 hereby uotllled to
present tho vsnino, duly verified ac
cording to aw, to John It, Fryrear,
udmlufHtrntnjr, liend, Oregon, within
six mouths from tho dntu of the llrst
Date of lrst publication, Novo la
bor 27, )9I9. .
Administrator of tho estutui of
John U. Fryreur, doSoased, ''.
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Our Holiday Patterns in Beautiful
Is coming in every dny. Our observation en
ables us to tell you our CHRISTMBS LINE of
Holiday Ties will be the best In the city.
We cant begin to tell you about the
fine patterns we have in all kinds of
for men. Make sure that you do not
delay in making a selection early
CUialllrtl idwrti.mB chtrso twr Ixtu 20
etnt fur 20 wonU or Iru. On cnt iwr
word for nil uv.r 20. All cUulflixl mJvcrtUluv
trUtljr th In tdvantc
WANTED -Hecond hand winding
drum for steel cable, equipped
wl(b a brake, belt pulley und frict
ion clutch. Ktuuley Hmlth, Mllllcnn,
('Oil KENT Grass and stubble pas-
Jure, P. A. Duvora Ai 8011, Tumalo,
WANTED -White leujwrn henri (,r
pullets. Address Mrs. Carl Llvw-
ley, Deschutes. Oregon. l-37-39p
WANTED Wo will call anywhere,
any place, any time, to look at
your used fuhilturu. Let uu know
what you havo. Wo pay cash. Tho
Standard Furnlturo Co. 97-49tfc
WANTED CQ Hlmres Swaloy water.
Wrlto Uox B, Uend, Oro.
i-'plt .SALE- Itoson seed ryq,. J.np
'n'nr owl. flirTnlrii Wni.'KnvS Turn.
W. .... ....(.. ..y ...... . ... f ,.,,.
that you have
IK HAI.K -liO head of a and 3 year
Aid steers. 8 head of Durham mill;
nrwji. Komu fresh and rust coming
rresh lusldo of thirty days, nil In No.
1 condition. Address P. . (Jfry,
One mllo north of Toriebonno. 19-39-IOp.
KOIl 8AI.K Alfulfu hay and pasturo
nt 11 bargain. About 200 tons and
80 iterca good pasturo, plenty wntur.
Keo It n. Hoberts ou Hall placo.at
i'owell IJutto. 2-38tfc
KOU HAI.EFour sucking calves
-yind.rroHh milch cows. (Jeo. llatuii,
telephono Ited 021. 30-31tfo
P.01.1 HK Alfalfn hn, -ir.0 tons
nt fzo n ton. Home pasture will
go with It at this price. Address,
.J; lHnor IJond. Oro. 7fi-:iltfo
LOHT AND FOUND,
lltAED-Krom my ranch 'iu Mil
llcau 0110 bUY hIx yor irt ,miro,
0110 bay two year old mure, oiio bay
Jfrttrtlng maro vlth whito strip in
n?.a,',ifln l'w1w' WO rouiioolod on
L0,"1H,e?rfd',rv,n? Avo.. and
Jjwelvo rowar(J pfTJsQ.OO." 'Sl-as-
hind rjunrtor, right oar sljt und loft
jocip lerahlo, luQu ro llootw .Mur
chpid . norih pf ;o liar niA,;'- "7-
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