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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1920)
BKND flULWCTIN, BKKI), ORIWON, THU1WDAY, AUOUHT 10, 10110.
GROWING GIRLS' AND MISSES'
Solid Leather Calfskin School Shoes
in broad toe and English lasts in
Brown and Blacks
Sizes S2 to liy2 $2.69 to $5.25
Sizes 12 to 2 ! $3.49 to $5.90
Growing Girls' Brown and Black
Kid and Calfskin (all leather) school
Shoes in English and broad toe
School Clothes !
Our stock of Doyj' and" Girl SclioolCIotlw is practically
complete. Wc have outdone mireelvea in bringing tlii display
before you. One look will convince you that we are correct
in aayinj, if you want the utmost in style, quality and value,
you will do well to buy your Scliool Clothes here. Make
your dollars count.
BOYS' SUITS IN NOBBY DOUBLE
Armor Clad Suits (all wool), double knees,
elbows and scat $17.50
Our Penney Jr. (all wool), double knees, el
bows and seat $14.75 and $16.50
Fancy Cassimeres, full lined $7.50 to $13.75
SHOES THAT WILL GIVE SERVICE
Boys' Black and Brown Heavy Bluchers (ex
Sizes 8 to 1VA $2.79 to $3.69
Sizes 12 to 2..Z $3.69 to $1.98
Sizes 2io to 6 :. $3.49 to $5.50
Boys' Semi-English Black and Brown Calfskin,
(solid leather) at $3.98 to $5.90
The Famous Tel-Til Tip for Boys. This tip is
guaranteed to outwear the shoe. Made of sole
Sizes 12 to 2 $5.90
Sizes 2i to 6 $6.50
Boys' Elk Hide Shoes $2.69 to $3.25
Children's ScufTers, in Black, Brown
and Smoked Elk
Sizes 5 to 8 $2.S9 to $3.49
Sizes Si- to 11 $2.98 to $3.98
Sizes llVo to 2 $2.98 to $4.98
Girls' Gingham School Dresses now
priced at $1.69 to $3.98
Billy Boss, a very practical gar
ment , $1.69 to $1.98
Children's Middies, ages 6 years to
14 years ...: $1.98 to $2.49
Girls' Sweaters $1.79 to $3.98
Wool Tarn 0'Shanters....$1.25 to $1.98
Girls' Coats, in plain and fancy
fabrics, at $6.90 to $14.75
(Mt M ffrHr'ia I ttion--viaia Jit s t itic t io ; t
Mercury Hops to 100 Degrees, Equalling
Hottest Weather Officially Recorded in
Bend More Coming Declares Forecaster
PICNIC LUNCH IS
For Iho Bccond time In ten
year, Dcnd experienced on Sat
urday a tomperaturo ot 100 de
grees, which stands as the of
flclal heat record (or this point.
Few reallzod that the mercury
had mounted three dogrees above
the previous season's maximum,
reached yesterday, due to the
fact that a merciful breezo fanned
the city, actually producing the
Illusion ot less heat than that
suffered Friday. '
Tho 'Daw)hHft jc Company re
portodytkTt'5eiilte tho fact that
tho dallyfprcHiuctlon of last year
has been doubled, It is being
found necessary to cut down or
ders during the present hot wave,
so general has becomo tho de
mand for refrigerating material.
Indications that tho heat record
might bo reached on Saturday
started at noon, when tho mercury
stood at 95 degrees. At 1 o'clock
It had mounted to 9G, and at 2
o'clock 97 was recorded. In
tho next half hour, a slight fall
was noted, but at 3 o'clock 98
degrees was recorded, and 1G
minutes later tho upper end ot
tho mercury column touched tho
century mark. A possibility still
remained of a still greater gain
before -I o'clock.
Tho heat record equalled to
day was first established in Bend
Bond people who attend tho pag
eant, "Heart, of tho World." given
by tho playground department of tho
Y. M. C. A. Saturday night, may
bring a picnic lunch, which will bo
a part of tho evening's good timo.
Tho pageant will begin promptly nt
7 p. m. SeatB will bo provided for
thoso attending. In order to defray
tho exponses of tho pagoaht nn ad
mission of 25 cents for children and
35 cents for adults will bo charged.
If anything Is loft over after paying
for tho costuming nlnd incidental ex
penses, it is to bo dovotcd Jo tho
playground fund ot the Y. M. C. A.
The pageant promises to bo n social
event ot the kind which Bend too
Want to buy liay, use Bulletin clai
si fled nds.
Four Men Who Shouldn't Save-
m The man who is sure of his Job for life. Certain that his Incomo
will never bo less nor his needs greutor than today,
(2) Tho man who has no one dependant upon him, no family, fathor,
mother, slstor or somo one for whom ho should have thoughts ot what
the futuro will mean if something is saved,
(3) Tho man who never expects an opportunity or a necessity to arrive
that will call for money.
(4) Tho man who doosn't care ho is a tramp and tho world has little
use for him.
GET OUT of the rank of tho failures and sow tho suro seeds forsuccess
tb starting a Savings Account tomorrow at
THE BANK OF SUPERIOR SERVICE.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of BEND
WOMEN BOOST FLOWER SHOW AS
MEANS OF BEAUTIFYING CITY
Pinna for tho flower nutl vogu
tuliln show to bo given undur the
auspices of tho Women' Clvlo Im
provement tengtio on tho afternoon
ami evening ot Wednesday, Aug. 25,
nro well unilor way. Tho show will
ho held In ttfuow Downing build
ing on Bond' street, nud nil who
wish to contribute (lowers or rooted
plants are naked to notify Mrs. L,
V. (Intcholl nl once, phoning Black
Punch will bo sold during tho
afternoon and oveulug. nnd tho
money derived from this nourco ns
well ns from tho snlo of floworH will
bo used to establish n fund for nn
annual flower nud vogotnblo display.
Tho mirnone ot the women n Clvlo
league In putting on tho show In to
nroiiHO u greater Interest In bouit
tltylng Bond, nnil to bo nn Inspira
tion to tho wholo country us woll.
Tho lenguo hollovoH that by select
lug tho proper kinds of Howard
many peoplo who linvo been dis
couraged by tho lato frosts will find
this means of beautifying tholr
homo to ho comparatively easy. A
vnrlntv of nrlxos are offored, this
being mndo possible by n llboral ap
propriation from tho county court.
Tho following rules nro announced
to govern tho show:
All exhibits must ho In nt 12
o'clock on tho day of tho show.
Ono to six stoms may ho Included
in each oluitlo exhibit, but not more
than six stems.
Kach exhibitor must mako his
own selection for exhibition.
No flowers, plants or vogotnblos
not Included in tho published list
will bo eligible for n prlio oxcept ns
part of tho "genornl display" of
flowers, for which tho Emblem Club
cup Is offored.
An exhibit mny not bo ontorcd for
more than ono prlzo.
Unless othorwlso roquostod. tho
Library Club will offor for salo flow
ers, plnnts and vegetables entered.
Any ontry not to bo sold should bo
marked to that effect.
All exhibits must bo kept Intact
until tho ovcnlng of tho show.
Flowers or vegetables sold must
not bo romoved boforo that tlmo.
No award will bo given for In
ferior flowers or vegetables although
thoy may bo tho only ones ontored
Each slnglo ontry must bonr tho
namo of tho vegetablo or (lower
written on n card furnished by tho
No prizes will be glvon out at tho
Flowers will bo Judgod according
to color, form, slzo nnd length of
stoms. Any flowors or vogolnblos
entered for exhibition only nnd not
for prizes will bo sold during tho
day of tho show and can bo taken
as soon as sold but exhibits on
tored for prizes cannot bo removed
until tho evening of tho show. Aiiy
ono desiring to enter a general ex
hibit for tho Emblem Club cup must
notify tho secretary, Mrs. E. M.
Thompson, nt least ono wook boforo
tho Flowor show so that spneo may
bo rosorved for It.
As special prizes, tho Commercial
club cup will bo awnrded for tho
host genornl display of flowors,
whllo tho Emblom club cup will go
for tho most nrtlstlc arrangement
of flowors. Under tho first classi
fication tho rating will bo 60 per
cont on greatest variety nnd 50 por
cont on perfection ot blooms. In
each classification, halt a dozon
cholco Iris roots will bo glvon as
Flowors which mny ho entered In
competition includo tho various
shades of sweet pea, poronnlal pen,
astors, carnations, popples, pinks,
roses, panslcs swoot nlysHum, nas
turtiums, daisies, cTJrcopsls. calll-
oimIh, sunp dragon, huby breath,
marigold, calendula, larkspur, candy
tuft, gulllmdii, Canterbury bellN,
salphlgloslH, eomnoii, forglovo, ilnh
lln, rod sunflower, perennial phlox,
mutual phlox, feverfew contuureu,
tnlKiionatlo, lavender, love In tho
mist, morning bride or scabrous,
host hunch of wild flowers,
Totted pluntM which will ho re
ceived for competition nro geran
iums of tho pink, white, Ivy leaf,
and Martha Washington varieties,
petunia both single nnd double,
ferns, and begonia.
Orders for prlxes will be given
on tho morning following tho show.
being tuiirio to renoli hot'. Until
word eomcti from tlio rulatlven It will
not tin known whether burial In to lie
hero or nl Hood lllvur. Tliu holol
pooplo said that English sometimes
received nuill from Hint city.
L. J. EugllHh, box factory work
er, committed sulcldu Monday by
drinking carbolic acid In his room In
tho iinnox to tho Bnrtlott hotel, 012
Colorado tivonuo. lie was discov
ered about 10: 45, by Jack (lunduiuii
son, who occuploii thu adjoining
room, who says 1)0 had been hearing
groans for somVtlmo, but had pnld
no attention, thinking English was
Intoxicated, (luudiniisnii notified tho
proprietor of the hotel, Mr. Bartlott.
who called the county physician, Dr.
Itf W. Hondorsholt.
Whon found, English wns lying on
tho bod In nil unconscious condition.
Tho bottlo which had contained the
poison wns lying on Iho buroau nnd
boaldo It n nolo, which road:
"Denr friends: I.lfo It not worth
living. I found out th'nt tho girl I
lovo did .not en re for me.
"L. J. ENGLISH."
No Inquest will bo hold. Coroner
Nlswongor nuiiotinced today, ns tho
county physlclnu nnd Dr, J. C. Van
devert wero both nt the mnu'd hod
side whon ho dlod. English drank
two ounces of carbolic ucld, tho of
ficials say, which ho hnd purchased
at n drug store, saying that ho want
ed It to uso on n horso which had
a soro shoulder. Ilo bought tho
acid nnd Immediately went homo
nnd drank It from u glass.
Antidotes wero iidmtnlstorcd by
tho physicians us soon as thoy ar
rived, but there was no possible
chnnco of recovery, thn mnn dying
soon after. Ills mouth nnd tonguo
woro badly burned by tho poison.
(Jlrl Is I'liktinivit.
No papers or letters wero found
among English's possessions, oxcopt
tho note referred to, nnd n lottor
which had Just arrived from Lelloy
Chase, n friend, who bad recently en
listed In thn marines. Englliih had
ovldontty dostroyed nil othor letters,
Thcro Is no clue ns to tho Identity of
tho girl mentioned n tho nolo. Al
though EngllHh had lived nt tho Bart
lott for over a yoar, ho had few clone
frlonds, nnd nnno now In Bend who
woro fnmlllnr with his private af
fairs. All who know him say that
ho acted In n normal maunor up to
tho tlmo of his suicide. Several
persons at tho hotel stated that they
hnd talkod with him shortly boforo
tho tragedy nnd that thoy had noticed
English wns said to bo about 20
years of ago, 5 foot 7 inches tall,
weight 150 pounds nnd wan dark
featured, Ho nporntod n cle.it saw
In tho Sliovlln-Hlxou box factory.
It wan learned today that tho
mother of tho doceasod Is Mrs, Olive
English of Hood Itlvor. Efforts nro
CLOVERDALE, A'lig. 10. J. B.
llodriou mid wife wero Bond vliiltorM
Mrs. Tom Arnold hits been quite
sick for several days.
Noriimu Vim Luiidyt linn gone to
Iho High Desert this week.
MIhmoh Crystal nud Liiolta llalnl
nro visiting their mint, Mrs, I'aitln,
Mrs. II, C. Kline spent Tuesday af
ternoon with Mrs. AudriiH,
Mrs, Harold Kllnn was n Hundiiy
afternoon caller ut tho W. F. Fry
Itev, Mr. Illllls of Tumiitn wan n
caller In our neighborhood Hunday.
Mr. Kltgore nud family urn In tho
mniiiituliistthlrt week for berries.
Quito a number from hero attend
ed the dance lu Hlslers Hatunlay tfJi
uliig. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Mnniert of I'lnln
view woro dinner gnents nt tho J. L.
I'urhorry homo Hatunlay,
W. F. Arnold, wife nud daughter,
nccompnulod by friends from Hlstors,
spout Huiidny nl Hutttes lake.
Prank Arnold was a business vis
itor In Itodmoud Wednesday,
RECORD TIME MADE
IN ROAD LOCATION
Olio of tho qulckost Jobs of road
location mi record In Central Ore
gon has Just been completed lu the
survey of Tho Dalles-Cnllfornln high
way from tho Allen ranch, south of
Bund, to thu Klamath county line.
Tho entlro illntauce, iippruxlmntoly
18 miles, wns covored In two weeks,
lu thn wholo stretch of highway lo
cation there Is not more than 1000 v
foot which will have n grade nt nioro
tlinii ono por cent,
Four chairs at your service at tut
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adv.
ClMr.t ,lvntuinn hf tf Uu 19
null for 10 wnr.U or Imi. On rrnl twr
wont for ll ortr 20. All UmMI i)v,flliln
trlcllr r'h In mlranc.
FOB HALE 320 ncres near I'luo
Mountain; good hritixe, barn, chick-
on Iioiiho mid clnteru: first class
Improvements; part cash, balance In
trade for city or near town property.
W, A. Bnhii, Mllllcnn, Oregon,
PRACTICAL, convenient, sanitary
portable bath for the homo or out
ing; running water or water connec
tions not required; costs loss than 1
cent por bath. Price 9. Address
Box 211, Bend, Oregon. cr2l-27p
FOR BALE Olio registered sow.
with pig by registered boar; two "
-Kilts nud ono mala pig, 7 months old.
Inquire M. Dunn, It. F. 1). No. 1.
Bond. 8S-2 l-2Gp
FOR HALE CHEAP Ono small miiln
nnd 1 milk cow, L. C. Young, 5
miles northoast ot Bond. Phono
FOR HALE 80 ncres; C8 ncres wa
ter right, 40 ncres cultivation, 23
acres young alfalfa, 7 acres swoot
clover, I acres spuds; n-rooin box
house; rnbltry, fow high-grade rab
bits; chickens, good Jersoy cow,
loam, wagon, harness; some house
hold goods; crops, everything goes
with placo; fenced rabblt-ttght; 3
nillos north Donchutes, M lulled enst
of bridge mid canal; 714 miles from
Redmond. Prlro reasonable; terms
on pnrt. J. H. Lovott, Redmond,
FOR HALE--10 acros, woll Im
proved; good ft-room houso nud
barn; nlso -I good Jersoy cows; six
miles from Bend, on Redmond road.
Address Box S0.1. (11-24-2 tip
ANYONE, looking for help, Inquire
ot Miss Murkal ot the Bond Com
mercial club, at tho city rest room.
ANYONE, looking for employment
on farms, soo Miss Mnrkol of the
Bond Commercial club, nt tho civ
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