The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, March 02, 1922, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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2 pairs 25c
In the Opening!
The country Is Jut emerring from a fronried period of alleged "bargain sales.' It always is so. Inthr
there follows a period when extra prices arc tacked on in order that another roust-about session of socaUod sales
can later bo held. Not so here. Our prices onco mado novcr change. Samo superior values always.
Spring Hats
For Men
.. "Bonnio Crest" fea
iilrc hat of our famous
"Marathon" line.
Good quality felt, silk
lined, with taffeta band.
Men's Heavy Drab
Corduroy Pants
Men's Heavy Drab
Corduroy Hiding
Men's Heavy Blue
Denim Bib Overalls
Men's Heavy Blue
Chambray Work
v'..',: Shirts '
Three Styles
Men's Fine Shoes
100$. Leather
854 of Men
All Mahogany Lotus
Leather with welt soles
and half rubber heels.
Three styles, as illus
trated, representing tho
height of good
ah oc making.
good quality at
this low price.
Spring Caps'
For Men
Pleated styles of cnssl.
mere, tweeds, cheviot In
grey, lirown nnd green
mixed pattern. Sntlu
lined, non-breiifcable vlx-.
ors, leather sweat bands.
Boys' Heavy Khaki
Lace Leg Riding
Men's Heavy Khaki
Lace Leg Hiding
Men's Large red and
blue Handkerchiefs
Men's Heavy Stripe
Moleskin Pants
Spring Caps
Nobby Style For Men
Pleated models with
fine satin linings, non
breakable visors and
genuine leather sweat
bands. Grey, brown
and green mixed pat
terns in tweeds and
cassi meres.
Smart Suits for Boys
Long Service at Low Prices
SERVICE Ix the, cornerstone around
which all our Boys' Suits aro
built. The smart styles wo are show
ing this season appeal to both pa
rents and the boys. Made In fancy
models such as pleated Norfolk, with
and without yokes, of fancy cassl
mrc cloths In new Spring shades of
brown, green and blue. Two pair of
knickers with ef cry suit.
$6.90 $9.90
Othera from 5.90 to $18.00
The most wonderful values In Boys'
line Suits that .can bo made are our
"Penney-Junlor" and "Armor-Clad"
Suits, with double scats, double knees
and double elbows. Mado of finest
mcro cloths in new Spring shades of
Today ,
All Time,
our merchandise carries
the samo economy prices
for you. Whatever you
select here we assure you
that the day nfter or
whenever you visit us,
that merchandise will bear
thu same price
In 1002, this policy was
adopted In our first store.
We believed In It. The
public welcomed It. Wo
are still following It. It
has hoen one of the causes
of our rapid expansion.
Closely adhering to
many principles learned
while pioneering In our
business, wo arn continu
ally serving old friends
and getting acquainted
with new patrons In every
ono of tho .112 J. C. Pen
ney Co. communities.
Formal opening of St. Charles hos
pital In Bend was announced today
for Sunday afternoon when Bishop
Joseph F. Mcdrath of the Baker City
diocese will bless the recently com
pleted building and will deliver the
chief address of the day. Three
o'clock In tho afternoon has been set
as the hour for tho beginning of re
HeIous. ..ccremdnloa 'and addresses.
Opening, of the hospital to receive
patients (a expected next week, the
exact date 'to be announced later.
Details apart from tho religious
observances 'Sunday afternoon aro In
the hands of J. F, Arnold, who an
pounces that Mayor B. D, dllson will
be one of the speakers, Other feat
ures will bo announced soon, he
Chance to Aid Keen
Anybody who wants to help, or
otherwise show their appreciation
for the splendid work dono by the
sisters of St. Charles hospital and
who does not know how to do' so,
may got an Idea through a study of
the show windows In the down-town
In the opening of the new hospi
tal for service, the thoughtful citi
zen easily comprehends that as an
Institution giving much In charity,
a larger field of action is opening
up to tho management.
And, as a consequence, a very
much greater responsibility, both fi
nancial and from a point of service,
Is suddenly thrust upon thera.
Merchants Generous
The hospital records show that
from the opening of tho cottage hos
pital, on the river front, all of the
merchants; of Bend havo given great
assistance In their exceeding gener
osity in the monthly settlements and
have always donated what they
could. For all those substantial
helps the hospital management Is
j most grateful and thankful. I
Tho first donation made with a1
specific wish that It be applied to
tho now hospital, was made .by
Mrs, John Ryan of Benham Fals,
who gave $10. Tho second was by
Michael Mayfiold of tho La Pino
Stnto Bank, who gave 20; Itov.
Father Shoohan gave $C0.
Hlto Is Donated
Tho hospital site was donated by
all tho citizens of Bend who gave
generpusly towurd the original pur
chase, Tho hospital grounds nro being
surveyed and tho drlvo leading up
to the hospital entranco will bo tho
first stop to make the silo a fitting
addition to the beauty of tho homo
sites which our city possesses. Rob
ert II. Oould, city onglneer, has kind
ly consented to donate tho superin
tending of tho work, thoreby add
ing materially to Its construction.
Just at this tlmo, when various
bills of expense must bo mot, It seems
fitting that those who can, should do
something to assist.
"A. friend In need, Is a friend in
deed," carries much with It that, la
tint fnrrnttAn.
Bond's' leading shopwlndows carry
suggestions of the hospital's most
pressing needs, which can bo seen
by anyone passing along tho side
walks. Tho different articles cover
such a wide range, that anybody
can find something that will fit his
or her purso.
Variety of Needs Horn
Tho articles rango all tho way
from a furnished sick room, to lin
ens for every department. If you
cannot furnish a room comploto, do
what you can, Purchaso a blanket,
sheets, pillow-cases, towels, bath
towols or sorvico for a tray. It will
bo used In caring for tho sick, and
will bo appreciated.
On January 1, 1917, tho St.
Charles hospital opened Its doors for
tho reception of patients and on
tored upon a enreor of usefulness
that bus far oxeccded tho expecta
tions of those who wore so vitally
Interested in the undertaking and
who watched over Its Infancy with
many fears and misgivings. During
tho past five yours Bond has reaped
untold benefits from the services
rendered by the sister nurses' In their
chosen labors.
Preservation (if trees within the
city of Rend, and the planting t
noma Htiiulo tree of n variety which
will grow lioro to advantage, every
tfmo a plno or Juniper in cut down,
was strongly urged by Hov, J. Kdgitr
Purity, In u talk at tlio Commercial
club luncheon Wednesday. An effort
should he inuila to discover thu bent
variety of shndo troo, one which
will not have tho disadvantages of
tho plno Inside thu city, Purdy sug
gested, Thu oxnmplo of Pasco, which has
beautified n formerly barren look
ing. town by the planting of trees,
was cited. Trees not only bonutlfy
and provldu shade, but reduce the
amount uf dust blowing, hu showed.
Axle HuguvMloni
Members of thu Commercial club
were urged by It. W. Hnwyor, mom
of tho state scenic preservation asso
ciation for Deschutes county, and 11.
L. Plumb, supervisor of tho Des
chutes National forest, to suggest
strips of timber which might bo pre
served by taking ndvautaga of tho
Deschutes exchange bill recently
Plumb stated that lands now un
der control of tho forest service will
be taken care of, If they have par
ticular scenic value, by selective log
ging, thu mature trees only being
Ho promised (lint the forest sor
vico would coopcrnto to the fullest
oxtont possible In the effortn of tho
club to preserve scenic spots, but
asked thai discretion be used In nuk
ing for exchnnRO of lands, lie pointed
out that thu strip on the Mojollus,
which Clydo M. McKay suggested bo
preserved, contained timber worth
over a million dollars, nnh declared
thnt Its sconlc valuo would not be
lessened by the selectlvo logging.
I.iimtx-r Firm Aid
II. E Alton reiterated formor
statements that tho local offices of
tho Drooks-Scanlon company will go
more than half way In preserving
strips of timber where It seems de
sirable, but stated that the Minnea
polis office Is less enthusiastic,
doubting tho feasibility of tho plan.
However, an oxchango has boon
made certain In tho case of tho strip
along tho Dullos-Callfornla high
way, and exchanges will probably bo
mado In favor of tho Arnold Ice cave.
No representative of Tho Shovlln
Hlxon Company was present, but
Sawyer stated that that compuny has
already shown Its deslro to aid, In
presenting of Shovllu Park to the
city of Ilcnd, and In other ways.
Huggrwtlon Mniln
Clydo M. McKay suggostod a strip
on both sides of tho Metollus, nml
somo timber around Davis luke, for
preservation, In addition to tho Arn
old and I.avn Itlvor cavos. Central
Oregon will somo day rival tho Ynso
mite park, said McKay, for horp thoro
Is fishing nnd hunting ns woll as the
sconlc attractions.
II. J. Ovorturf suggested thnt tho
club keep In touch with tho renewed
activity rogardlng tlio extension of
Crater Lake National park to Includo
Diamond lako.
Omiminili Cliurrli Plnn
T. II, Foley commended the work
of Ilev. J. Edgar Purdy for tho club,
and praised the buslncssllko plan for
completing tho Mothodlst church
which has boon adopted. Ho rccom
monded tho church bonds as a safe
for the relief demanded In Ills com
plaint herein Moil,- to-wltt For n
dcarou of the above entitled Court
dissolving tho lioiulM.of matrimony
now nlul heretofore existing between
thu plaintiff and defendant nnd that
tint plaintiff he granted tin nbuoltito
divorce, nnd tor tmclt general re
lief ns nmy bo Just,
This summons Is nerved upon yon
by puhllrntlou thereof pursifnnt In
the order of the lion. T. II, J. Duffy,
Judge of the above Court, made and
entered on the 21st day or Jim
Uiiry, 1022.
Date of llrst publication, March
2ml, 11132.
Date of last publication, April
1.1th, 1P22.
O. (J. mux.
' Attorney for Plaintiff,
l-7e Itedmotiil, Oregon.
Ily virtue tit mi execution In fore
closure duly Issued by Hie Clerk of
Deschutes County, Statu of Oregon,
dated February 27tli, 1022, In u
certain suit In the Circuit Court or
said County and State, wherein .the
First National Hunk of Redmout, n
corporation, us plaintiff, reenvtt,'
Judgment against Donchiitei VnlTif
Creamery Company, n corporation,
defendant, for the sum of One
Thousand and Twenty-Hlx Dollars
($1020.00) with Interest thereon at
the rule of ten per cent per annum
from August 3rd, 1021, for ( It
further sum pt One Hundred ($100)
Dollars attorney fee unci the costs
and disbursements of snld suit taxed
at Fifteen ($16.00) Dollar, on the
23rd itny of February, 1022.
Notice Is hereby given that I will,
on Suttirdny, the first day of April,
1922, at the front door of Ilia Court
House In limit. In said County ami
State, at the hour of ten o'clock
In the forniinou of said day, sell at
public sale to tho highest bidder for
cash, the following described prop
erly, to-wlt:
Lot F.lght (S) In lllock Twnnly
sereu (27) of the original townslht
of the City of Redmond. Oregon, to
rntlnfy said Judgment In favor of
said First National Dank of Red
mond, it corporation, and against
said Deschutes Valley Creamery
Company, a corporation, with Inter
est thereon, togethur with nil costs
nml disbursements that have or may
Dated at Demi, Oregon, this 27th
day of February, 1922.
Sheriff of Deschutes County, Oregon.
I -tic
In the County Court of the State
of Orngun far (he County of Des
chutes. In tho Matlor of tho Kstuto of
Arthur I.. Ileukle, Deceased,
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned was on the Ifllh day
of July, 19 19, enpoliitod adminis
tratrix of the estate of the above
named deceased by the County Judgn
of Deschutes County, Orezmi.
Therefore, nil persons holding
claims against the estate of suld tlo
ceased aro hereby notified to present
the snmo. duly verified according to
law at tho rm- of II. II. DoArmam!
In the Ilalrd hiilttUn". Henri, Ore
gon, attorney for the Administratrix,
within six months from the ilute of
tho first publication hereof.
Dale of first publication, March 2,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Arthur 1.. Honkle, Decoased.
Send for your froo copy of catftt
loguo describing the Standard Eloc
trie Incubators and Ilrooders. En
tlrely different. Combined Incuba
tor and brooder nothing like It.
After hatching chicks, comvort Into
n brocdor no additional expense.
All sites, In mo nt Agricultural
ColleKos and largest commorclnl
hatcheries. W'rlto loilnv for cntn-
J Ioue.
,41)110 Mi-ilforil, Oregon.
Bullotln Want Ads bring results
try them.
ham: of bonds
Sealed proposals will bo received
by tho board of directors of tho
Squaw Crook Irrigation district at
their offices In Sisters, Oregon, up to
and Including tho hour of 2 o'clock
In tho afternoon of Tuesday, tho 4th
day of April, 1022, for tho purchaso
of $25,000 worth or six per cent
sorlal bonds of said district, eaoh
bid to bo accompanied by u certi
fied chock for 26 por cunt of tho
amount of the bid. The board re
serves tho right to reject any uiiil
nil bids.
By Oeorgo K. Aiken,
l-4c Secrotury.
In tho Circuit Court of the Htuta
of Qrogon, tor DoHchutos County.
Lottie Norluo, Plnlntlff, vs. Theo
(lore Norlno, Defendant. v
To Theodora Norlno, tho ubovo
named Dofoudant:
In the unnio or tho Stnto ot Ore
gon; You aro heroby regulred to
appear and unuwer tho complaint
filed against you In tho above on
.titled suit on or before the 15th ot
April, 1922, said (Into being inoro
tlan six wooka from and after the
date ot the first publication of this
summons, and It you fall so to an
swer) or appear, for want thereof,
the plaintiff will apply to tho Court
ClaulAtxl AdvrrtUlnir ehrs ir Uvuf 20
nU fur 20 word, vr !. 0n font vr
wonl fr all wit 0, All elMlUl adwtlt
Inn Dtflttl) yh In ,lnc.
FOR SALK lloson seed ryo, $25
per ton, O, W. Dales, Tumnto,
Oro. 63-55
FOR SALK 10 acres NB quarter.
SIC quartor, rango 12 K section
23, township 17 S, fenced, level, very
cheap, doferred payments nt 0 per
cont. Make- offer. W. D. Ileiioi,
C0U, 15 NU, Seattle, Wash, .f vi'
FOR SALK Ilaby chicks, $16 por
hundred, smnllor amounts 10 cents
each, Hatching eggs, 16 for $1.26.
A fow S, C, White Leghorn cockerels.
Tancred strain. Mornlng-luld egg
farm. Phono 22 F2, P, K. Redel,
ox 611. ' 61-61-2p
FOR SALK Kvorbonrliig strawhor
' ry and overbearing rnsphorry
plants. Acclimated plants do host.
Write for prlco list. O, P. Ilockor,
Tiimnlo, Oregon. 40-61-90
you looking for a business loca
tion. Have a good proposition for
entitibi nr unnmn nlntm w.lin nnv
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241, Uond, Oregon,
WANTED To hoar from ownor of
good ranch for sale, State cash
prlco, full partlqulars. D, F. DurIi,
Minneapolis, Mlpn, - 62-7p
WAN.TBO To: hoar from owner
,hnylng, fnrm pr unimproved land
for ,b(Uo, John J, Illack, Chippewa
Falls Wisconsin, 26-l-3p
WANTED Tho acuunlntanco of
mlddlo aged, woman, willing to
drlvo Ford and, fond ot children:
objoct, matrimony. Address E. H.
Hear, Mllllcsn, Ortgon. 23-1-le