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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1912)
THI5 IIKNII III'M.tiTIN't MUNI), WKINT,HIAY, HKITIKIIIRIl S3, 1012.
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW at
Wo received nn entirely now lino of LnrilciT Drcsi
HIiooh nml thuy uro thu snappiest, most up-to-datu
lino wo liuvt) over lind. Wo would llko to hIiow
thoin to you hofuro tho lino Ih broken. Priced at
$4.00 and $4.50
THOSE KNITTED TIES
In nil color and combinations ore just tho thlnir
and nro equally as Rood for tho ladles as for tho
Direct from tho targest mill In Alabama wo
received A BIG SHIPMENT OF tmm
Untight lost sprlntr boforo tho heavy advances In
cotton goods, Vo havo 20 different pattern
from which you can mako your election, and tho
quality Bpcnks for Itself. These good nro easily
worth YlYtt por yard find would havo to sell for
that if bought this fall. Your choice of tho lot at
Per Yard, 10c
All now nnd up-to-date, military collars, pleated
pockotH with buttoned down (lap, French turn
back cuir, In California Flannels, Tricots, French
Funnels, and Silk Stripe Madras, nil tho new
colon, and tho prices nre from
$1.60 to $3.35 Each
You can see these new goods In our Wall Street
nndOregon Street window.
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW at
"Tho Storo of Better Values."
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
I.. A. Ilrnndonhiirg was up (nun
William Hpencer Ml Inst week for
it visit to m (Irando.
Oeorgo It. Ilntts fr Laldlaw was
transacting business hare Saturday,
"Uncle" Frank .Nlohola or Mlillaw
was n llend Monday.
W. C. Handel nml (1. V. Hnydor or
l.aldlaw were hero Monday.
Tho llrldgo Club met last Friday
afternoon with Mrs. (leorge Jones.
A nine-pound girl was Wirn to Mr.
and Mrs, II. K. Allen Thursday night
Mr. nnd Mrs. John l.lnstnr returned
Hominy nlRht from their hmicyinoon
C. H. Caldwell has had n new-
floor Installed In his storo on Wall
Judge Kills spent Monday nnd
Tuesday In Prlnevllle on court bust-
Dr. W. W. Faulkner and fstnlly
will inovo to tho F. F. Hmlth resi
dence. Forest Hanger John Hlla was In
town tho last of the week from his
station up river,
(). A. Thorson has Installed very
jflk a. ecmfevtancji4
jSeu r fljny;-
c'Il Just droft you a line to icy af'm
name ay a in a fie A. my visit to moineA-
then, J'll make myself "comy" Leside my
new heating itove, to Aead that next hook
you told me to yet,
"When you see my new stove, Amy, you'll
uoAee with me that it ii fai niceA than the
coat oAoieJ, and Ao muci teii tiouLle,
of he Style of Louaht is Jo elegant too. oft's ,
a Jcattifyinp addition Jto' any Aoom,
Come ovcA Jo on,
(P,S,-aft i& jo nice to know a, AouJe you can
relu on--onc like
E. M. Thompson
Where Your Dollar Does its Duty.
hnnnsoiiio showcase for tho display
of his Jewelry stock.
This afternoon Mrs. Averlll nnd
Airs. I ,iira gave n ten for Mrs. F. V,
Hinltli nt tho latter' homo.
Manager A. M, Prlnglo of the
United Warolionso Co. wns on (ho
sick list several days Inst week.
Kd Swalloy, president of tho J)s
chuti's ItitclHiiintliiu & Irrigation Co,,
was la town from Deschutes Halnr-
Mr. nid Mrs. I,, II, Mlscnor went
to Port laud Holiday on a business
trip and expect to return this even
IllK. Linemen of tho Pioneer Company
h ii vii lii-cii throiiKh to On-sccnt tho
past Meek fixing up the telephone
Mrs. J. II, Htnuley of tho Davcn-port-Stanley
ranch and Miss Maxwoll
of Diischutes wcru llend visitors yes
terday, The Central OrcKon Irrigation Co.
Water Users' Association wilt hold
ft meeting In Head on Haturdny, Oc
A party or 12 I tend Indies went up
to The Tulles Inst Thursday where
Ihfv Wore entertained hy Mrs. John
D. W, Wilson returned last week
from Portland whore he had Peon for
two weeks IioIiik treated hy an ear
0. P, Putnam has an extensive
article regarding the Pnuamn Canal
In the Octoher Issue or tho Hunset
II. K. Ilrooks, son or Dr. D. F.
Drunks, waa here Mondsy. Mr.
llriHiks' head(unrterH are nt Van
couver, II. C.
J. W. Allen or The Dalles, Inde
pendent enndldatn for district attor
ney, wss hero Haturday In the Inter
est of his candidacy,
Manager Morrill or tho Pnolflc
HtatMi Telephone Coinpiiuy came In
Friday from. Portland to Inspect the
local telephono system.
Dr. A A. Ilurrls, formerly a resi
dent here hut now living at Kuguue.
has been here tho past week on li
tiusluoM nun pleasure trip.
A'mos Ni'ff, who has a ranch two
miles esst or town, aont In to C. 8.
Hudson the other day aomo excellent
apples growiTon his place.
Tho ladles or the W. C. T. U. will
meet tomorrow (Thursday) aftor
noou at 3 o'clock nt-lhv homo or Mrs.
II. II. Ford. All uro cordlnlly In
vited. Clyde McKay received this week
a oarload ot furniture and household
goods which he hss had atored at
Altkou, Minn., his former home, foi
more than n year.
Ilene West and family, who have
heon nt Odell l.ako during the sum
mer, havo returned to Head. Mr.
West reports a very good summei
at tho lake resort.
Joo F. Taggart and A. C. I.ncas,
who have been associated In the holt
liuslness, hao dissolved partnership,
Mr. Taggart retaining charge or the
rilot Unite Inn and Mr, l.ucas or tht
New Taggart Hotel.
J. I. Humrnll, formerly an attorney
here, Is now located lu Portland,
practicing his profession. Ho is a
member of the firm or Prltchlow &
Humrnll, with otllcos In tho Chamhei
or Commerce building.
l. H. Werner left today for
ll..;e, Mont., to work for tho Mon
tana Hardware Co.. where ho was em
ployed heforo coming to llend to
homestead some years ago. Ilia
family will he here several weeks
George Vandovert left this morn
ing for Willamette University, whore
hn Is a Junior this year. Clint Van
devert expects to go to Salem shortly.
He played on last year's football
team, and Is expected to be tackle
igaln this season.
Prosit) terlsn services nt tho Star
Theatre Sunday, the 23th. at 11 a.
m.,' conducted by tho pastor. Subject.
"The Value of Harmouy and Co-oper--tttou
In the Diversified Helatlvas or
Lire." Sunday school at 10 o'clock
A special meeting of the stock
holders of the Arnold Irrigation Co.
has been called to bo held In the SUt
Theatre at 2 p, in. October 5, for the
(turpose or amending the articles ol
Incorporation and transacting olhet
I. J. Wilkinson and Ktfo left Fri
day for Willow Itancli, Cal. Mr.
Wilkinson hat rented his 70 acres or
rrlxated land east or town to Mr.
Merchant and expects to make his
aomo lu California. 111. son Itay
Uvea at Willow Itauch.
Commencing nt G;,10 on tho even
ing ot Thursday, October 3, tho lad
les or tho M. K. church will glvo tholr
third annual chicken supper at tho
lohiiBou building. Mrs. S. C, CaUl
A'oll Is president or tho sucloty and
Mrs. 0, W. Shrlnor secretary,
Dr. U, 0. Coe and It. K. Koon re
turned Bunduy from a duck hunting
trip of soverol days In Harney
county, where the season Is now opon.
Tho shooting of those fowls In Crook
county will be lotcal after Octoher 1,
tho season lasting from that date to
Rev. H. 0, Perry, district superin
tendent; Is spending today hero and
will preach at 'the Methodist church
this evening. ( He states that KoV,
W. A. Pratt, 'who was assigned as
pastor hero, will not be able to come
on account ot the altitude, but that
another minister will be sent to Head
within a few weeks.
Mrs. Hoy Wright and children loft
today for Now York.
II. K, Allen has been rpilte III for
sovornl days', but fa reportod Improv
ing Tho Ladles Aid Society will meet
next Wi-dnesday afternoon with Mrs.
F. H, Thompson, for a rogular busi
That theni in work In Heud for
those that want It Is Indicated by a
"Men Wanted' sign In the of'lco of
tho OvorturM)nvls-MIIIr Co.
Dr, J. W. Thorn and wlfo of Silver
l.nke wore here yesterday In their
auto to meet Mrs. Thorn's mother,
who will spend the winter with them.
Clydo Corkett wan taken IN Mon
day with nn attack of acute Indiges
tion and went to tho hospital. He
was able to loavo yesterday after
noon. Itcv. O, F. Jones. Episcopal mis
sionary for Kastcrn Oregon, will bo
In llend Sunday and preach at tho
Methodist church at 11 a. in. and nt
7:30 p. m.
Home splendid results are being
achieved lu the meetings at tho Map
tint church. They contlntio through
tills week nnd next, except on Mon
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llend lodgo No. 139 A. F. & A. M.
Thursday night, Hcptembvr 20. Work
In M. M, degrrv. Ily order or J. D.
Davidson, W. M.
IL B. AI.LBN, Secretary.
AXOTHIIlt IIAMITON 'WtU.I-
Word comes lu from tho home
stead district to tho southeast that
nnnthcr well haa Iteen sunk success
fully, this one nt tho V. Schrcdcr
ranch near Holynt, In lower Hamilton
Valley, 70 miles from hero. Water
was encountered al 125 feet, In great
ijuantlty. The settlers are Jubilant,
and many other wells will be put
down ns fnst as tho drilling outfit
esn get to them.
KCIBNTII'IC llllll.i: HTl'DIILS.
Tho Kev. Dr, Corby will begin a
winter scries or scientific lllblu
studies on Sunday, tho 21Uh, nt tho
Commercial Club room at 10 o'ctock
sharp. These will last just 4S
minutes. All are invited. Ilrltig
notebook and pencil. The system
will bu lecture qutzz and (iiestlou
box. Tho object will bo to meet nil
serious dllllcultles. Subject. "Tho
Hook of Uotiesls, for tho 29th
Oolite prepared to ask critical
IIAIINCV BXI'BIIIMBNT STATION.
A carload of freight camo In over
the O.-W. It. &. N. lino Thursday en
route to Hums. It was from tho
Oregon Agricultural Collego at Cor
vallla and consisted of farm machin
ery, tenia, seeds, etc. for tho Hums
experiment station which the state
college Is locating at the Harney
county seat. There will t a atatlon
at Hums nnd ten suit-stations
throughout tho county. The work
will be started this fall.
BALZAC'S BACK DOOR.
It Was ConvsnUnt When Creditors B
cam. Too Insistent.
In the year ItMS or thereabout, be
ing worried by duns In Paris. Da Ira o
look lodgings In Paasy. tbeu a village
in the environs, at a bouse In the Hue
liasxe. There Is little remarkable
about the front of the house. It Is
uxt a plain, white, two storied French
dwelling of n hundred years ago or of
today for that matter.
Hut nt the back Is a garden, nnd at
the bottom of the garden Is n doorway
leading Into' one of the oldest lanes In
the world, from the look nr It. Truly,
this rurlle, with Its eruniblluR walls of
tonv aud plaster. Its Ivy and IU shade
of overhanging tret, la ns happily de
void of suggestions of roodfru "Im
prorements" ns anything to be' round
within the suburb of Paris.
Dy means or this byway Balzac,
when Insistent voices from within the
house rracbed his earn ns be worked
In bis little psrlllon at the end of the
garden, could avoid the unpteasantnecM
of an Interview wltb any bolder of the
overdue bills which throughout bis life
were the only tangible waits of tit
experlmenta so a printer nnd type
rounder, it umla but little Imagination to see
him hurry off down the lane, batlex
and In allpperm to await eventa. while
he drenms of exploiting the Jewels or
the tiolronda or the silver mines or the
SERVED IN A COLD PIE.
Sir JafTrsy Hudson's Introduction to
Tertians tho most remarkable dwarr
on record was SlrJoffrey Hudson, the
little fellow whom Scott Introduces lu
Tevcrll of the Pcuk." He was born
lu ItutliimJxhlre, Knglund, In lull).
When eight years of uge he wua pre
sented by the Duke of Uucklngbam to
Queeu Henrietta lu u cold pie. He aft
erward became uttucbed to the court of
Chariot I. At one or the court musks
thu king's porter, a muu of glgantte
size, who ustd to torment the little
dwurr, pulled from one pocket a loaf of
bread aud from the other Jeffrey, much
to tho aurprlxe und umusemeut of the
company present. Jeffrey was at this
time only eighteen inches In height.
He remained at this atuturo until be
was thirty yean of uge, after which a
curious exceptlou to tbe laws of growth
took place, sine Jeffrey rapidly grew
tq bhrevfet-fetofc''t'ttties lp height,
wbereo most men do not crow; a quar
ter of an InchVftuf the age of 4 Why .'
This dwarf had an enormous bead and
very targe hand and' feet; otherwise
his proportions were symmetrical and
bU rue was vousldered handsome.
rHE FIRST TOUCH OF
FALL SUGGESTS a NEW
COAT. We are now showing a
varied assortment of Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Coats and
Ladies' Mackinaws. Each and
every garment distinctive and
showing the latest style tendencies.
New Fall BLACK CAT Hosiery
in Ribbed, Fleeced, Merino and
Cashmere for every member of
the family just received.
The DEPENDON Store.
DEPICTS OU SCENES
Patlie Weekly Film of t'nimml Inter
et Tills Week.
The Patho weekly film shown last
night nt the Star Theatre, and to be
run again this evening, Is one ot un
usual Interest, ns It doplcts three Ore
gon scenes. There Is shown a visit
or Governor West to tho state peni
tentiary, the recont Klks Itodeo at
Klamath Falls and also the Portland
business men's trip to Tillamook
some weeks ago. The Patho current
events reel Is a weekly feature at
the Star exclusively. In sddltlon to
this reel tonight, there are three ex
cellent comedies entitled "A Tena
cious Solicitor." "Tho Ust Dog" nnd
"A Forgotten Pocket Hook."
Tho phonogrsph voting contest Is
close and getting moro lively as the
end draws near. Mlsa West Icada
with 318 votes, whllo Miss Ooldle
Hoke Is not far behind with 291.
A classified ad Ih The Hulletln I
rend by hundreds and brings the ad
vertiser gooU returns for the money
Tht STEVENS fio."J 33
Doabl Tiarrtl Hammerless
Shotgun-' Is $tronjut where
other guns arc tetnlut. Tho bar
rel and lugt are drop-forged In
one piece of high pressure strcl,
clioke bored for nltro jwwdcr
with matted rib.
rick up thU enn and ttt Uw tmUnr
nt It eiamloe the worklni twte
elovtraiHlare the flne care awl anlh
of detail rou will aar it's a iriaiwr.
It IbU at ralr $20.00 and will t
eiDMMftl tirraatd dlrtrt tram th
factory la cufOMraaaotrMrS I
it (Aro(f a dealer. JU
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OUR BRANDS OF HARDWARE ARE KNOWN, RELIABLE
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WHEN YOUR HARDWARE WEARS OUT COME BUY YOUR
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