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IJKNI) BULLETIN, ItHNDt OKKGON, T1IUIIHDAY, AVItlli I, IOUO
GLEE CLUB SCORES
HIT IN FIRST CONCERT HERE
Easily tho best musical program
presented In Bond within tho past'
yenr wnB tho ono Riven Tuesday by
tho atoll's gleo club ot the University)
"of Oregon, ht tho gymnasium. Tho;
crowd In attendance, moro Uinti 600,'
was tho biggest turnout mndo nt nny j
atop mndo by tho club this year, tho
coBcgo singers declared. I
Tho club Is ono of tho bostrU not '
tho" very' bust over turned out nt thoi
university, alumni nmrmed 'after!
tho conclusion of tho conceit, and tho!
ontlro nudlenco was equally appreci
ative Tho ability of tho orgnnlzn
tlon was heal shown In the first pnrt
of tho program, In which tho moro
difficult numbers were successfully
given. In Curtlss Peterson, tho club
has tho best barltono dovolopcd at
tho, university since tho days ot Al
bert Gillette, and his solos were a
feature ot tho program. An excellent
handling of Chopin's Polonnlso In
A-flat, by George Hopkins, was
heavily encored. In Bullnrd's Win
ter Soug. and tho Redman's Death
Song, by Bliss, the club did Its most
Tho sccoud part was composed of
southern Songs and spirituals, feat
uring Mr, Hopkins, Mr. Peterson,
nnd Albert Lukkon, director of the.
club, while tho third pnrt was de
voted chiefly to Jarxy qunrtef nnd or-
choBtra selections, closing with two
ot tho Oregon songs.
In the Intermission between the
second nnd third parts, Dcnn Ji)hu J.
Lnndsbury, of tho U. of O. school of
music, launched tho campaign In Des
chutes county for tho Higher Edu
cational Tax net, which will como
beforo tho people at tho elections
May 21, nnd which Is Intended to on
nblo hu statu university, tho agri
cultural college, nnd tho normal
school to tnko care ot the Increasing
number ot students applying for ad
mission, nnd In addition to absorb
tho higher costs which the decreasing
purchasing powor ot the dollar has
brought Into being. Denn Lnuds-
bury's nppoal was answered by gen
Previous to tho concert, the club
was ontortalned at luncheon by tho
Bend alumni, at tho Pilot Butto Inn,
a private, dining room tielng provid
ed by tho hotel management. At tho
closo of tho program, a dance was
given in honor of the visitors, with
music by Wilson George's orchestra,
aided by volunteer banjolsts nnd n
trap drummer from tho club.
Now Hutu Threw llwnvty Moult Hay
Says Titular Made Him Mho
TO BE BUILT
Announcement ot plans for con
struction ot a new office building on
Bond street 6G feet deep and occupy
Ing the frontage on which tho W. P.
Downlug cafo and the former rooms
of the Lovcu store are located, was
made Tuesday by L. B. Balrd. Tho es
timated minimum cost of the build
ing is '$30',00, and work will bo
started as soon ns tho frame struct
ures now occupying the site can be
removed. Mr. Balrd states. Their
futuro location has not been deter
Tho new pfflco block will be two
stories high, ot pressed brick, nnd
will conform to the general archi
tectural stylo of the First National
bank building. On the first floor will
be two storerooms, one ot which will
"be occupied .by tho Owl Pharmacy,!
the other by tho Loven store. Tho
second floor will be cut up Into office
Tooms, all of which have already
Teen spoken for by prospective ten
ants. Present, plans includo no basement,
nnd heating by electricity will be
made posslblo In the rooms by elec
tric plugs- Tho building will have
.two entrutfeoa. one on Bond street,
4,JiC other boing an extension of tho
one on Oroson street how used by
the courthouse building. ,
Mr. Bulrd"expects"tostart moving
the frame buildings no Won the slto
on or about April 1, and believes that
actual construction work can bo be
3jun a mpntli later.
Architectural work Is being han
dled by Ceo A- Thomas.
m.00 Paid for WVAcrc Tract.
New Owner to Join Forces
" With. SniM'iI Dairy Co,
. M. W. Pettlgrow, who recently sold
the Redmond Spokesman to Douglas
Mullarkr, Monday afternoon cloesd
.the deal for the purchase of the II.
)j. Mersdorf ranch, at the edge of the
'city limits, of Bond, paying $9,500
(for; the $D acre tract, 55 acres of
(which Is Jn alfalfa, togethor with all
(buildings, .stock, and farm machin
ery. The ranch can all bo Irrigated,
tand Is considered one of tho most
hilghly Improved of the smaller hold
Tings la this vicinity.' The deal was
h"andledby tho Central' Oregon Real
Mr. ''Pettlgrow will Join forces. with
'tho Sm'eed- Dairy Co., and together
the partnuratup will maintain CO
'huad of .cows, chiefly thoroughbred
or grado Jerseys, with a few short
,horns. Milking machines will bo
used, and In general' the stublcs and
ranch as a whole will bo the last
word In dairy management. SHago
will form a largo part of tho winter
ration for tho milk stock.
Tho product will bo marketed In
Uond. Manufacture of butter-or salo
of butter fat does ,npt enter Into the
plans of the ilvm at -present, Mr. Pct,
1 tt-f ' jff"J '" "" " t ' ' '
( Bail u-ntitf fwiltry through Bulletin
It was a well rendered nnd pic
turcsquo program that tho members
ot tho Royal Neighbor and Modern
Woodmen witnessed, nt their lodgo
hall In tho Satlier building, Tuesday
evening, presented entirely by their
children, honoring tho old custou of
tho two orders, that whenever a fifth
Tuesday occurs In month it shall bo
Tho program was as follows:
Piano Solo, Mrs. L. Strnhberg; "Tho
FIvo Graces," Fraternal Drill, by Ave
girls dressed In the Royal Neighbor
colors, Virginia Carpenter, Edith
Soderstrora, Clara Innis, Mario
Loehr, and Introduced by Miss Fern
Allen; recitation by Virginia Car
penter; The Itoyal Neighbor Girls
Drill, by 14 girls, Elolse Spencer,
Nedra Hummer. .Louise Bramble,
Helen Studobakcr, Blanche Cnrpon
tor, Holcn Winnlkc, Zora Hummer,
Silvia Carpenter, Clara Innis, Clara
Soderstfoxn, Dorothy Devcreaux, Lil
lian Jenson, Isabol Trog and Gladys
Trog; recitation, Evelyn Stafford;
recitation, May Williamson; vocal
duet, Nedra and Zora Hummer;
Modorn Woodman Drill, by eleven
boys; James Jcmson, Ralph Galthor.
Robert Studebakor, Blair Bartlut,
Lunday Orr. Londcr Orr, Kortls Win
ters, Donald Winters, Rny Cllne,
Clarence Carpenter, Robert Spencer;
violin solo, by Thelmn Culler; recita
tion by Ispbol Trog and oration by
At tho conclusion of tho program
Dr. Anna RIcs Flnloy gave an address
on Royal Neighbor Work, followed
by a talk on tho Modern, Woodmen
work by E. D. Gllson.
After serving ot refreshments the
remainder of the evening was spent
in conversation and dancing,
"I'm fooling no him since taking
Tnnlnc thnt I want to atop and lull
everybody what this medicine has
dono for mo," was tho. onthualastlo
statement made tho other day by
Fred Howard, of 321 East Second St.,
Los Angeles, Cnl. Mr. Howard is em
ployed ns n metal workur by tho
Phillip Sonogram Metal Co., nnd Ih
well known In Snu Dlego nnd Los
Angeles, where ho hns lived for tho
past thlrty-llvo years,
"It wns years ngo that my stomach
went back on mo," continued Mr.
Howard, "and over since I hnvo suf
fered with n complication of trou
bles. Nearly everything I ate soured
on my stomach and gas would bloat
mo up until I could hardly stand It,
I got so I hated the sight of food, for
It nauseated urn so that I felt miser-
nblo 611 day long. My nerves were
unstrung and I was so restless I
would roll and turn In bed nil
through tho night, nnd when mom
Ing enmo I was so tired I novr.r felt
llko getting up. My work1' Was bur
densome and I became so exhausted
Uurtng tho day Unit Icould Jinrdly
hold out till night came. I spent lots
ot money on different medicines, but
nothing did mo nny good and I kopt
losing in weight and growing worse
nil tho time.
"Ono dny I mot n f rloml J hnd not
H?pif In n long tlmo whp used to bo
thin, run-down nud In bad honlth.
Well sir, ho was looking so well nnd
strong nnd hnd gnlned so much In
weight thnt I hnrdly knew him nt
Ilrot. I wns so surprised that I nsk
him what in tho world ho hnd been
taking that hnd built him up so. Ho
said Tnnlnc: thnt decided me. so I
went straight and got mo n bottlo,
nnd now I tell you It has dono tho
work for mo Just like It did for him
nnd I can do a bigger, harder nnd
hotter dny's work thnn I hnvo been
able to do In years. And ent? Why.
I ent threo hlg meals every day and
nm still hungry. Everything ngroes
with me and I suffer no bad effects
afterward. Tho nervousness hns all
loft mo and I sloop llko a top every
night and got up of mornings feeling
flno. I hnvo gained ton pounds In
weight nnd nm In such flno health
thnt I can nover praise It enough."
"Tnnlnc Is sold In Bond by Owl
Drug Co.. In Sisters by George F. Alt
ken: and In Bend by Horton Drug
Co-" , .IJUJ
ENTER STATE MEET
office According to statements
which hb hnd hihdo.ahoflly' before
at (ho T'iiicnH homo, shu wnh actuated
by an lutonsq fear that hor husband
was In danger,
When wilier bolls In n kettle Invent
(Ml In Japan the bubbles hit metallic,
bars mid produce musical sounds.
I What's Doing in
I the Country.
NEW TEACHER AT
TO PAY FIREMEN FOR
LOSS WHILE ON DUTY
Mombers'of the Bend Voluuteor
Fire Department-will no longer bo
expected to dig down In their own
pockets and pay for tho cleaning, ro-.
pairing, or somo tlmcH' replacing of
clothing damaged or ruined whilo
fighting firsts. At last night's moot
ing of that organization a committee
was appointed to fix tho amount ot
a, fund to bo placed In tho bank for
tho purposo of reimbursing any 'mem
ber of the department for damages
sustained while fighting fires and to
fix rules to control tho payments.
Arrangements are being mado ,by
tho department and an unnamed cit
izen to entertain at tho Emblem club,
tho members of tho department and
their wives, also theso who volun
teered their services In tho staging
ot the minstrel show, next Monday
Thnt tho Bond Flro Fighters
Union dance to bo held at tho Hippo
dromo Wednesday, March 31, will bo
a big success both financially and as
socially, is assured from tho largo
amount of tickets 'already sold, Tho
entertainment committee of tho local
I report approximate of 1G0 tickets
Invitation Extended to Bend SpnrtM-
men J. E. Ili'wl Break 21)
Out of :tO IllrtN at .s'lioiK.
Tho trapshooters auxiliary Is In
vited to send representatives to tho
stato tournamont to bo hold in Port
land May 23, 24 and 25. jr. H.
Veatch, Portland sportsman, an
nounced Sunday at tho wockly
shoot on tho fields near Pilot Butte.
No preparations have as yet boon
mndo for tryouts to solnct tho Bend
delegates to tho big events
A now shooting platform was In
U8o Sunday, but the automatic
trap could not bo put up In time, nnd
will ha used next Sunday. "The best
records of tho day wore in tho 30
bird event. J. B. Reed smushlng 20
clay doves. Othor scores in this
ovent wcro as follows: E. L; Payne,
23; Lano Cnstloberry, 18; C. C.
Drown, 23; V. A. Smith. 2C; W. D.
KIrby, 20; E, C. Lnndliigham, 18;
II. H. Ventch, 2C; 8. F. Fox, 21;
Loyd Douthlt, 18; D. II. Peoples; 22;
S. E. Roberts, 22; A. M. Prlngle, 15;
R. N. Buchwnltor, 21; H. D. Hamil
ton, 25; J. H. Melstcr, 10; W. O.
Mnnnlng. 28; Walter Coombs, 15;
R. W. Harvey, 15,
Fewer entries wore made Inho
25 bird event. Scores mndo In this
wero: C. L. Smith, 17; Clay Mliler,
IT; C. C. Brown, 19; A. II. Oliver.
17; E. Dick, C; Don Rogers, 12; G.
E. Palmer, 14; If., Ward, '20:' 8; E.
Roberts, 1G; II. II. Veatclr. 21; Lano
Castleborry, 1.4; J. JI. Mutator, 10:
Lloyd Douthlt, 19; W. D, IClrby, 17.
BROTHERS. April 1. Mrs. Gill-
bortson hns men up hur school nt
Prtnglo lint nnd Miss Elizabeth Evans
will finish nut her term.
Mr. Walter Taylor nnd son, Martin
hnvo boon nut on their homestead fix
ing up his fences that wero nil down.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom iticiimomi ami
children wore nt Mrs. Ell Wilson's
last Tuesday nud spoilt tho day.
Mr. Mockllugburg nnd Ell Wilson
returned from Bund Thursday nnd
brought buck two lino sheep,
Mr. Hlm.Fnut from Dufur, Oregon
Is visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Joo Pri
son on Hear Creek,
Mrs. Harry Evans has returned
homo from Prtnevillo whc.ro alio hnH
been visiting her duughter, Mrs. J.
CALL FOR REGISTERED COUNTY
ROAD FUND WARRANTS.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt nil war
rants registered nud drawn on the
rond fund from number 911 to 1053
Inclusive nru called for payment on
April 2, 1920, nud are payable nt thn
County Treasurer's office, Bend, Ore
gon. Intrre.it stops on nnd after nbovo
CLYDE M McKAV,
Treasurer Deschutes County,
' ClualAnl ilrrtiin cnara ir taiiw la
enU for ZO wortU or In. On cent Pr
word for all or 10. All cUulArd .vtftlinr
tttlttlr t'i In Mriu -
MRS. R. E. PURCELI
SENT TO HOSPITAL
lU'tul Woman Goph to JVndletim
Following Nervous Breakdown
-. ", . . "
of Monday Nlgli(.
, 'vFolJowlng n sovero nervous break
down, Mrs, R. E. Purcell, wlfo of
u .passougor conductor on tho
Oregon Trunk, was taken to Pendle
ton Tuosdny where sho" will bo
uudor treatmont In u private sanit
arium. Hor husband was called to
Bend Monday night because of hor
. Mrs. Purcell was roturned to hor
homo shortly after 9 o'clock Monday
evening by Night Officer Swift, nftor
ho had rolloved her of an oponed
'clasp knife, with which, ho reports,
sho wns menacing Dick Lucas, of
Hawthorne avonue, as he escorted
her toward the District Attorney's
WANTED Married man on ranch
$75 niyl board. Inquire Bulletin,
WANTED PARTY TO RENT 05
acres laud, some planted -nil good
nnd water rurnlshed. Houxn and
hulldliiKS. W. P. Dom, Box 073.
I'.end. ". 33-5p
WANTED Experienced man and
wlfo to work on ranch. Good
wages'. S. D. Mustnrd, Powoll Butte,
Oregon. Phono 230G through Red
WANTED- Married man on ranch.
$75 and board. Inquire Bulletin.
WE BUY. ralso. and sell fur-bear-
Ing rabbits, and other fur-bcarlhg
nnlmnls. List what you huvo With
us, stating your lowest prices on
largo lot shipments. Tho Fur &
Specialty Forming Co., 5 15-5 17 N
P. Ave.. Fnrgo. N. Dak 76-3-iic
7HII8U "IH'iir Boy of iMIno," KhTnrdi) Hlraularl; Baritone
iii . rv .
A286.1 "Hear Diitii BoIIh' Harry Browne and Poorlosii
4 "Koenio. Klmo." Hurry Browne and PunrlesM Qunr
tutto. 'Atllll "Elder Entmnro's Sermon on "Throwing Minium"
Elder Kntmnru'H Sermon on "Geiieroslty," llerl WIN
AUM.-U "Unolo Josh In n Cafeteria"
"Undo Josh nnd tho Hallur," Cnl Hlewnrt.
Echoes From Hawaii
A'MMl "Hawaiian lloura With You," waltz
--"Clnderelln," fox trot, Carl Kovlllo nnd Jack Ooddits.
AHHHO Bird Cnlls: An evening In midland .robin, vmiry,
.wood thrush, grosbeak, brown IhraHhor, wren, IMw
Aiyw,T "A Cat Aalrophu." Columbia Orcheslrn.
Slim trombone, Columbia Band.
All I. 'Ill "My Inlo of Golden Dreams"
"That, Naughty Wult;'', Columbia Oicheatra.
A2N.T7 "Wond'rlng," fox trot. Ted I.ewla' Java Band.
"You Cnu't nlI'OVln' Where Thuro Ain't Any,"
Lnnu I,nulalaun Five Jiism Orrhvatrn.
AUrl.lH "Cairo." ono-atop, Art lllckmnn'a Orchoatra.
"Roiu Room," Art lllckman'a Orchestra.
A'.IHII "Junt Llkn thn Itoao," fox trot.
"When Ynu'rn Alone." fox trot, Paul lleeao Trio,
At!H7l "Apple lllnaanma," wnllz.
"'Olfl,,Faahlonud Garden," Princes Orchestra,
Arllll "Chloe, Al 5'rjaon.
" Wan t hero Ja'Pal Llko You," Henry Burr.
A2K.TJ "Oh. How J Laugh When I Thin Thnt I Cried
"Snoops, tho Lnv.yor," Nir.t llnyiyi
ACH2 Vocal gems from "Buddlea" nnd "Irenn" (two Into
mimical comedies). .
.VMn? "Somo Dny ViMi'll Know," Hfrtry Burr. V
. "Down In My Heart," Chan. Harrison, -,
MlHMl "Comrades," Cnmphell nud Burr.
"Hwechearts," Glndya Rlcc-t'hna. Harrison.
.VMM "Why Did You Do It?"
"Oh, Mother. I'm Wild," Jack Kaufman.
A'MWi "You'ro a Million Miles From Nowhere When
Ynu'ro Ono Llttln Mlln From Home."
"Onco Upon a Time," Dick llughea.
L. K. SHEPHERD
i:vi:rvtiii.g iv mimic
FOR SALE Good work loam,
wolght nbout 1400, for sain cheap.
Inqulro It. M. Smith Grocery. 48-6p
RANCH FOR SALE 10 acre Irri
gated ranch, seven-room houso,
cood barn. otc. Innulro Annn Bonrd-
mnn, 3 miles out on Bond-Redmond ,
FOR SALE Team of mares, 9 yp.'ira
old weight ubout 1200 each, new
2 Inch wagon, good hnrnena All
for $400. Tllford Myers, 1 1 miles
out on 8l8tera road. 82-5p
FOR HALE or TRADE 10 ncrcs un
improved near Terrebonne, 25
acres under the ditch. Address Dr.
Joseph S. Davis, 710 Ht Helens Ave.
Tncotna, Wash. 8-5-7P
FOR HALE Oood horse at a bnr
gain, works double or single, In
nulro 259 St. Helena. 23-5-8p
FOR SALE Fresh milch cows. 'Ar
ao splondld Jersey Red wnanera.
Vi miles north or Bend on Swalley
ditch. Phono 18F2 William Alt.
FOR HALE Pno ton F,ord truck,
will tako farm mnchlncry In purl
payment, terms on balance. See M. B,
Llndloy 4 Vj miles east of Bend. Ad
dress R 1 Box 12, Bond, 35-5p
FOR SALE Team 'Inare.s weight,
1200; ono 3 year old filly, 1
Mitchell wagon, ono Inquhator,
Georgo T. Iluottl, Bend. 405p
FOR RALE Full blood lllnfclf
Minorca and college bred Roplc
eggs, $1.50 for 13. Agnes ,M.
Sottong, Bond, Phono Rural 1118.
FOR SALE Registered and pure
bred Shorthorn hulls for sale.
Price reasonable. Call, phono or
write Frank I). Foster, Powpll
Butte, Oregon, 7Q-34p
FOR HALE Or rent, 320 ncros, un
joining U. R. runch nt Hllyor
Lake, all under fence, Standard
Furulturo Co. 15-34u
FOR SALE Anconn oggs $2 for flf
toon. Sykes strain, puro English
blood. Baby chicks to order. Bit
qulro Mrs, Tlnslox, Redmond, Phono
FOR SALE Plymoutii Rock ogg
for hatching $1 per Belting,
Phono 13F2. 2uS2.5b
FOR HALE Threo 2 year old Horn
ford bulla and 12 yearling Hare
ford bulls. all roglstorod, Price $200
to $275 per head, Edwards Brothers,
EGOS FOR HATCHING 8. O.l
White Lcghormr. Hoavy winter'
layers, mated to Tnncred cocks, of
230-250 agg strain. $1-50 per 15. M.
C. R. I. Reds, mated to high clnaa
cockerels from .prize winning stock
$2 for 15. One third cash with order,
balnucn on dollveiy.-MIoffitottor'B
Poultry Farm. Tmniiln. 07-51tfc
FOR HALE Sotting rgga of all
breeds, lioal.lnyjuuatrulnu In Cen
tral Oregon OtlirKuppllid on ro
queat $2 n selling. lG-Sltfc
FOR BALE If Its bargilu for onab
vnu nm Inoldni! fnr liultnr non or
wrilo Edwin J Honors about Hint
'.ns. , .. .............. .! ..llrM
J.U I1IIICB III MllUllM,n llllll HIIIIIIII
land. -Edwin J. Rngera. Tumalo.
Oregon. , r.8-l3tfc
FOR HALE- Alfelf.' In.-. ir.O tons
' nt $20 a ton. Homo pasture will
go with It al thin price, Address,
J. B. Miner. Bend, Oro. 70-31tfo
KTOIIKIIOOM FOR RENT 25x80.
Hiiltatile for uny bualu i; beat
location In Redmond. See W M
Wilson, Redmond, Ore. flic
Lost and" found. """
LOST .Sunday belweiui Bend ntld
Doschulna, check book on Crook
eouuly bank containing chocks and
recelpta. Finder, please return to
Bend llullell?'or A. D. Matthews,
!)&rhutCM . . 22-5o
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