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FROM DAY TO DAY
V. (I. AiiHtlti of DuHcluitoa wait In
llund yesterday on IiiihIiiuh,
Dr. John IIuhhom Iiiih bi'oii suffer
I UK for several ilnyH with u liml :nlil.
II. HrOWII WIIH II pllHIU'llKI'r till
iniirilliiK nil tlx singe In Kurt Hock.
MIhn (llnilyrt Heiiloy of Portland In
In llund visiting Willi liur fiillmr, ('.
I), Hunter loft hint 11 1 k ti t for
I.oh Angelns, whoro liu will spend
MInh Wanda Ifeyt returned hint
nlKlit from a visit In Portland of
Mr, and Mrs. I'. I., Forbes of Htnuf
fir luft this morning for Harmony,
Til., for ii visit.
It. W. Hnwyer left limt night for
I'ortliinil. to attend Hi" slate high
way ('oiiiiiiIhuIoii meeting.
J. V. llorHhbcrger of Klamath
I'ii i In. who lino been In llmnl for sev
eral day. I"ft lunl night for Port
Jnck llowinitn, W. I). llowi, Frank
Sutherland, iinil J. II. Ilitner urn on
tlmlr way to tho Kliuiuitli country for
n door limit.
Dr. J. C. Vaitdovort. Crosby Bhi-v-Hit
mill Ned Kliuvlln urn i-xpecteil to
return tonight from Silver l.ukf,
where tlioy luivti been on it hunting
F. A. Fussier, former editor of the
l'rlnnvlltii "Call," In recovrrlug from
mi it 1 1 it c k of nervous prostration, ac
cording to nn Hum In Ori'Knti Kv
Minn MnrKuri't Bergen, who linn
boon visiting lioru for two montliii
with her ulster, Mm. E. I). I.o llliiur.
left limt nlKlit on the return trip to
her hum" lit lieinhljl, Minn.
William llrown, mayor of Prlughi
Falls, wits In llmnl yottordity to meitt
hi wife, who wnn returning from n
v I h It In Hut I'ltnl. They visited with
Dr. nnil Mr. John Benson hint night.
Elder 0. M. Thorp. pastor of tho
Hi-veiith Diiy Ait vlntlnt church, will
leave Sunday, accompanied hy IiIh
wife, on n drive to Spokane. I lu will
hu absent from the city for the next
Minn tleorgln Parker, secretary of
tho Oregon .Sunday Hchool nnsorln
tliiu. will (peak tonight nt tho Pros
hytnrlmi church, In n rommiinlly In
liTThiireh rally. Officer of nil locnl
Sunday schools niul till others Inter
en led In thin work are expected to
Joseph Vnrro of Ittothcr In visit
ing In Head today.
W. A. I.eel went to I'ortliinil last
night for n short visit.
0. M. Charlton and Levi Ernst of
Powell llutto are In llend today on
II. Peterson, who him been work
ing nt Silver Lake, wont to I'ortland
O. Ilrnudlkson wnn In Hend hint
nlcht on IiIh way from Silver Lake
J. C. Wright hnn purchased a new
Ilulck four cylinder car, onu of tho
first to ho brought hero.
Mr. ami .Mm. S. Stowoll to Silver
Lake, I.. Casey to tho Vandovort
ranch, wero thin morning's stage pas
senger. I), H, Hunter, president of tho
Central Oregon hunk, leaven lonlKht
for l,on Angeles, whoro ho will spend
K, I,. Mead, rancher of near Terre
bonne, wan In llentl yentenlay selling
tipples. Ho rallied 1,200 boxes of tip-
plon on IiIh ranch thin year.
Mm. 11, J. Flssol ami children havo
rotiirned from rortland, whnrii they
hud planned to spoilt! tho winter.
Thoy havo not decided whether to
novo to rortland.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of the Lu
theran church will hold Itn Hontl-aii-iiunl
Imziinr on Wednesday uvoiiIiir
ut tho church, Many heautlful hand
mado artlclcH will ho Hold.
Tho Elks' bocIiiI and Ininnuot,
Hchnduled for tonlKlit, han heon poHt
ponod Indefinitely on account of tho
death of V. C. lllrdtmll, former innn
iiKor of tho I'llot llutto Inn,
A photoKraph cut of tho American
I.oclon hulldliiK In llund nppearH In
tho Iuhiio of tho American LukIoii
weekly for Octohor 28, aniont! a
croup of I.cclon cluhhouneH, In com
pnrlHon with which tho llond liulld
lui; do'en not nuffor.
H, M, (Iriint, formerly IiIkIi flchonl
principal horo, now Bocrolary for tho
OroKoti Social HyKoIno society, wiih
In Uoiul yoHtorday, hnvliiB kept llr.
I'nul Woomof company on IiIb drlvo
from Portland Sunday. Orant rotum
ed to rortland luHt nlcht.
Ohnrlos li. dint, SUtors hotol pro
prietor, Id In llond todity,
QoorBO Mnddotn wiib a passongor
II. N. NoIhoii of HiiriiH vnn In Hem!
hint nlttht on hln way to rortland.
Wllmm MeorKO went to Kt'duioiid
hint iiIkIU, retiirnliiK today with ti
I,. M. Konn went lo I'ortland hint
nli;ht. lie expected to return Thorn
day. Dr. II. C. Doihln went to The Dal
ten hint nlnht on a nhott hiinlncnii
Doniild (iriiliam of I'rlnevlllo npent
tho week end hoiu, returnluK hint
('Iinrlen llowoll of I'M wall, Wanh.,
In vxpecled her! touli;ht to vlnlt with
II. I'. Itoyco loft hint nlnht for
I'ortland lo return with earn for tho
A. Whlntiaut left town on hint
iiIkIiI'k train. lie Muled that ho wan
Kolnii In I'ortland.
K, l I'ayuu loft hint nliilit on a
trip to Seattle, lie will return with
i,evei al Nunh cam for tho Denchuten
.Minn I. aura ZIoRlcr left hint nlttht
for I'orllaml, wheru nho han taken
a ponltlou with tho (lelman-Iluker
J. It. Jouen, formerly nteward of
the Kmhlem cluh, In now proprietor
with J. V. Stephenn of the Dixie Kit
chen, lu Antorla.
A. (lehhnrt, who han the contrnct
for curryliiK mull between llend and
Silver Lake, wan lu llend today mak
ItiK plant for the winter.
(.'Imrli't I'eutiy mid hln father re
turned yenterduy from a dtter hunt
In the vicinity (if Croncent. GacIi nuc
ceeded lu killing a htick, they report.
Mini Mary A. Kwlut;, principal of
the Crook County IiIkIi nchool, wan
In llend over tho week end, vlnltluR
with Mr. and Mm. V. I. Myern and
The Sunnhliio cluh will meet with
Mm. It. A. Smith at her home, 10E
Delaware uveuue all day Wednesday,
an tho cluh In prepurliiK to hold a
hiiziiar noinetlnio In the near future.
Dr. John Mention wan elected vice
prcnhleiit of tho Homeopathic medi
cal noclety of Ori'Kou, at lln meet
Ini: lu rortlmiil hint week. Durlut;
the ennlon ho presented n paper hu
fore tho noclety.
Mr. mid Mm. II. J. Overturf and
Mr. and Mm. I'uul C. KIiik npent j'H
terday duck huntliiK at tho Watnoii
ranch at the head of Crooked river.
Mm. Kim: ihot her flrnt duck, while
tho men killed tho lenal limit.
I,. Antlen declares (hat Keeno are
morn plentiful at Summer lake than
he han neeu them anywhere lu hln
tntveln, hut that they are apparently
nnfo from hln aliotRiin. Of durkn,
however, he and D. I,. Jamlnon and
tvo other men from Itedmond killed
a Hiitinfactory nuniher during their
vlnlt there .Sunday.'
Minn Wanda Keyt ent to I'ortland
hint night to spend the week end.
' MUn Nellie Tlffl left last night
for Itedmond, to npend tho week end.
Mm. Vernon Manny went to rort
land last night to vlnlt with her sis
Charles Howard wan n passenger
on tho stage to Silver Lake this
Mrs. Velma Coleman and son left
hint night for CorvalllH, lo visit with
County Commissioner M. V. Knic
kerbocker In In tho city today from
his homo In Clovordalo.
A illumine hall will bo held next
Saturday evening, October 29, ut
Sltuvlln-Hlxou Camp No. 2.
Tho llond boxing commission will
meet Monday afternoon nt 5 o'clock
In tho office of It. S. Hamilton.
W. Swannoii, who lias heon doing
repair work In the local railroad
yards, loft last night on IiIh wny to
William Lake, who Iiiih been look
ing over tho country round llond for
Bovcrnl dayn, left last night for
Seattle. Ilia homo hi In Iowa,
O. Ii. Italin of Hahim, who has been
visiting with IiIh brother, W, A. Ituhn,
nt Mllllcnu, for three weeks, wiih In
llund last night on IiIh way home,
Mrs. L. L. Kox haa returned from
Klamnth Kalis, where her daughter,
Miss, Marie Fox, haa taken n position
with tho Flmt Stnto & Savings hnnlc.
Itnv. Joseph Anion, of rortland,
will preach In tho Prosbyterlnu
church Sunday morning nnd evening.
Louis llunnott will bo hoard In u
Word was rocolvod horo todny ot
tho tlenth of T, II, Jolly, formerly
editor of tho Crescent Nowu and nt
one tlmo connected with tho Prlno
vlllo, Hovlow, ut Jackson, Cnl., Octoh
Mullotln Want Ada Prlntr results
Oj 1), DlKKott of Fremont i lu
llund today, t
CltrirlcNt I'lteher of Silver Lnko l
lu the city today,
W. A, I'lckcjtt of Torrohonno wan
it hiinlniiHH visitor In llend today.
Dr. II. ('. Hartrnnfl will preach nt
the Adventlst church Sunday cvoulng
at 7:',10 o'clock,
derail) McL'ann, who linn hcen In
the hospital for bo mo flute, went
homo hint nlcht.
Charles I'enny In expected to re
turn tomorrow from a hunting trip
lu tho vicinity of Croncent.
Mr. and Mm. K. V. Mnhaffoy went
lo I'm timid hint night, where Mr.
Mahiihffey will transact hunlnenn.
Thomas Terkovlclt of llutto, Mont.,
who han hcen In llend for several
days, left last night for I'ortland.
Minn Claia Itedman left hint night
for Spokauii, called hy the Illness of
her father. Shu had heon visiting in
Clark Rhodes and Clyde M. Mc
Kay left today on a hunting trip In
the mountains, the tenth annual hunt
they have taken.
Mr. ami Mm. Itoy lialdwln of Kit
gene, who havo hcen visiting lu llund
for three weeks, left hint night for
their home In Kilgene.
Mm. Harvey KmmotiH returned hint
night to her home at I.ougmlre, Colo.
She han hcen visiting with her father,
N. i:. Cllhert, and family.
S. Splnkullch, who came hero sev
eral dayn ago on hln way to Silver
l.ako, returned hero lust night, leav
ing for hln homo at Spokane.
J. II. Albert, government Inspector
of National hanks, left llend lant
night after spending several dayn at
the Klrnt National hank here,
John II. Scott, division engineer for
the state highway commlcslon, arriv
ed lu llend lant night from Tho Dal
les, leaving thla morning for I'rlnc
villi. A hard times dance wan given lant
night at Masonic hall, attended hy
uiemhem of tho Ditto lodge nnd other
.Mason. i no party wan declared a
Mm, S. Waddcll hnn entered a
local hospital to he operated on.
Dr. John Ilcnnon returned thin
morning from hln trip to I'ortland.
K. Itemlvez of near Ilitrnn wan In
llend lant night on hln wny to rort
land. Mr. nnd Mm. Louis Dlchl are par
ents of a nine pound boy, born yen
tenlay. Mrn. G. W. Moore and Miss Mooro
wero passengers to Silver Lake this
Charlen II. Crlm nnd Minn Klla
Cooper wero married yentcrday after
noon by Mayor Ollson.
George Jackson of Portland, who
han been In llend since Monday, left
In Bt night for Itedmond.
J. M. Ilrlckley, who has been vlnlt
Ing In llend for some time, left last
night for Portland. Ills homo Is at
FOR COLD NIGHTS
BLANKETS OF ALL KINDS
Cotton Double Bed
$1.98, $2.19, $2.69
Wool Finish Blankets
Plain Colors or Fancy Plaid
Plain or Fancy PlaiJ
$7.50, $8.50, $9.90
Harry Withers of nenr Hums was
In llend last night on his way to
Springfield, His small son accom
II, K, I'lcrco of Now Ilcdford,
Mass., arrived In llend yesterday to
take it position with the Central Oro
C. A, King am! wife, of Waldo,
Mont., arrived in llend today hy rftito
with a view to locating hero. He Is a
brother of L. M. King ot tho llend
Thomas Going,' former llond high
school student mid at (ho beginning
of thin year editor of the high school
weekly paper, left Inst night for Ku
gone, whero ho will enter school.
(lion Howard and Douglas Johnson
of the forest scrvlco arc In llond to
day. They nro working on tho tclu
pholio line between llend and La
I'lne, several miles of which Is In bad
condition for tho reason that tho
trccB on which It was built were In
jured In slashings fires, und arc rot
Gilbert D. llrown, supervisor of
tho Fremont National forest, and
William La Sitter were In llend over
night, leaving this morning for Port
laud, where they will testify In a suit
which the government is bringing
land for trespass of sheep upon land
In tho Fremont forent without per
mit. The alleged trespass occurred
against Mike Anglund mid Pat Ang
CATLOW LEAVES FOR
Only One llend Man, So 1'nr An Is
Known, Milking Trlji Statr Of-fliei-H
C. J. Callow Is, so far as known,
tho only llend man making tho trip
to Kansas City for the American Le
gion convention. Catlow left Tuesday
Word from Oregon officers of the
Legion Is to the effect that they
would leave I'ortland Tuesday and
that most of the Oregon delegation
would leave the day following. The
convention opens on the morning of
Mondny, October 31.
Ah Best Material for Bats.
In making baseball bats no substi
tute for wood has been found, says
the American Fopfstry Magazine. Ash
lias won the lending place. Sexural
qualities muM be considered In se
lecting wood fur bats, but the most
essential are u eight und strength.
The shock and Ftniln tire rcverv at
the moment of Impact when the well
alined blow meets the Hying hull in
midair and almost Instantly stops It
and sends It In the opposite direction.
If the wood Is not excellent the blow
One Good Thing About Movies.
Jut! Tonkins says he llke.i motion
pictures because the girls can talk
about them without getting Into argu
ments about whether to say "driihina"
72x84 Silkalene Cover
$2.98, $3.98, $4.59
72x84 Satteen Cover
72x84 French Taffeta Cover
at NEW PRICES
Starts October 29th and
Continues Until November 5th
For ten years this store has been serv
ing, to their best ability, the merchandising
requirements of the people of Bend. Next
Saturday marks the opening of our Tenth
Anniversary Sale, and we are making it an
occasion of unusual interest to every house
wife by offering hundreds of items at sub
stantially reduced prices during the term
of this sale. We hope ithat this event will
aid in binding us more closely to the many
old and true customers who have favored
us with their continuous, patronage and
serve as an invitation to those others who
have not yet made this establishment their
department store home.
Always Pays lo Stop and Shop at
The Qualify Store of Bend
STIRRED HER TO INDIGNATION
Mother Simply Could Not Stand for
Repetition of Odious Word by
Her Small Boy.
She was apparently a lady of refinement;-
She had all tho hall-marks
of the elect. Iter clothing was fault
lens and then- was u look of keen In
tellectuality In her face. With her,
says the Xwr York Mali, was a beau
tiful little boy not exactly u Little
Lord Fauntleroy, but a little chnp
with bit; eyes and a wealth of tous
I noticed them, the lady for her dig
nified bonrlnK and the boy for his
hrlcht face, as I sat down just In
front of them on the suburban train.
I'retty soon I heard the little boy say,
evidently referring to tne:
"Ain't that a funny hat thnt man
Imx got mil Ain't It an old hat.
"Ain't he a funny looking man,
mom J Ain't he?"
"Ain't It funny when n man has
pot a boll on the back of his neck,
mom? Ain't It?" (We hnppened to
hare one that morning.)
"Ain't there nothing to do about
bolls on the back of the neck, mom,
"Shut tip 1" came the voice of the
lady. "If you use thnt word 'nln't'
again, I ttm going ta soak you on the
hugle, now take It from tne. How
often lime I tot to tell you not to use
that word 'nln't'?"
HAVE APPRECIATION OF LIGHT
Citizens of Colorado Town Realize
What It Means to Secure the
You who live In cities where the
electricity is a thing to be taken for
granted, requiring only the pressing
of n button, would appreciate It more
If you could see what has to be dono
In Green .Mountain Fulls, Colo., before
we have tiny light.
In the llrst phuv, we don't have tiny
electric light at nil until 0 or 0:30
o'clock In the evening. And the only
reason thatve have that. Is because
the men who manage the power plant,
which Is situated almost ut the very
top of it mountain, start their long and
far-froin-eusy climb every night about
5:30 and turn on the lights for us.
It may sound very simple und all
thnt, but If you could see the -speck
thnt Is the power house, way, way up
there against the side of an exceeding
ly steep nnd rocky mountain, you
would cliango your mind nbottt It.
They say the climb Is about it mile.
And sometimes In the midst of a se
vere thunder storm, when the rain Is
hurling Itself down the mountain, und
tho falls are roaring In stentorian
tones, nnd the trees are straining and
moaning In the wind, you wonder thnt
the men ever reach the top nt all, uud
uro more than thankful when the
lights finally go on. For thnt Is our
only way of knowing that the men
hnve reached there safely. Kansas
Bulletin "Want Ada" bring re
sults. Try thorn.
OF MODEST MEN
ASKED TO TKLIj WHAT THEY
HAVE DONE KOlt COMMEKCIAIj
HODY, MKMUKIt.S AUK DUMH
VISITOrtS ONLV SI'KAK.
Bend's Commercial club went on
record Wednesday as an organization
of modest men and women. At the
regular luncheon. President Hamilton,
called on each person present to tell
what he or she had done for the club
during the past year. Tho only per
sons who did not "pass the buck."
were .the visitors, and they merely
complimented the club on being a
live organization and Bend on being
a live town.
Many ot the members stated that
all they bad done was to pay dues.
This was characterized by the presi
dent as a very important work. H. E.
Pierce of New Bedford,, Mass., and
Frank Percirall of Mllllcati were tho
visitors from out of town who spoke.
Attendance of club members at
"Bend day" at the Frejnont-Wastlna
community club was urged.
TO START DRILLING
FOR NEW WELL SOON
E. It. Walker To Have Charge of
Operations In Slnklcg Second
Hole la Fort Hock Viilley.
To take over drilling operations in
the Fort Rock valley where an ap
parently Inexhaustible supply ot ar
tesian water was tapped by John M.
Perry on the Ernst ranch, E. U.
Walker arrived in Bond from Pa. o,
Friday and expected h s rig to bo
hero tho following day, , Because
of tne time necessary for transporta
tion, it is expected that drilling can
hardly be started short of two week3:
The slto of tho noxt-wcll to bo put
down through tho uso ot state fu-uls
will probably bo on tho Crumi .
ranch, about threo miles north ot tut)
town of Fort Rock.
NIGHT SCHOOL IS
Any who aro still planning 16 en"
tor night school should do so before
It becomes nocossary to limit enroll
ment, announces Superintendent
Mooro. About 40 tiro enrolled now.
Night school moots at tho high scl?not
budding on Monday, Wednesday and,
Thursday evenings at 7 o'clock.
Advertise' .u The Bulletin, it i its