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IIUHINKHH ANO I'JIOI'KKHIONAU
UOIII3HT II. (IOUMI
)l,one. I-ndy Asulntunt
0. I'. NIHWONOISIt, llentl, Ore.
"" K.iiTtIIO.MI'SON, M. l.
Physician nntl Hiirgcon
Ofllco mi second (lour of Hnthvr
llullilInK, Wnll Htreot.
IIOHH I' A It Nil AM
Attorney nt law
Temporary office, Becond Floor
l'lmt Nntluunl Hank llulldlng.
MARION M. IXHII
N u r e
Lot 11. Mock 16. Center Addltloti
TIIK J. II. UANim AlWTItAOT CO.,
s-i Complete tract Indexes and photo-
graphic copies of all Crook Count)
Nnture -Method Clironle Disorder
and Dietary Advlco A Hptclalty
nit. it. i). kktciium
Hour P to "C. 1 U Hlockk Hast
of lletid Hotel.
TOWN HONORED AT
Influential Ad Orgnulfatlon Put
"(), K." on This n.iriiiiiinlty nt
Unlqur) Hallowe'en Affair Handl
ed by IU-ii,! Park Company,
W. W. PAUI.KNIJIt, I). M. I).
lilt NT INT
II r n d, O r t K o n
it. u. coi:, m. u.
I It y I c I n Mud N v u e it
Ottlco over First National Hank
Ofllce llouni: 10 to 12 n. w,; 1
to 3 nnd 7 to 8 . in.
1IBNO. : OREGON
a. h. in: n hon
Attorney At Law
Office llud, Oregon
VIMtNON A. FOIlllKrt
First National Hank llulldlng,
lknd, ...... Oregon
okohoi: h. you no
Civil, MIuIdr mid Irrigation
Office with J. A, Haste.
F. O. M I N O it
LI PI6 Fill It ACCI HUNT
I N H V It A N C It
Notary I'ulille and Conveyancing All
Legal Paper Correctly Drawn
W. It. I A It It It It
Plumbing, Nlmm mill I lot W'ntrr
II nt I iik.
Jobbing promptly Attended to
HNKI). OH MOON
M. J. M A I N
Kinds or HIihUiiiIIIi Work
MlHrjoaotn .. lint -Hoiid and Wall.
u. n. hoffman
lluiitrr'n mid Angler' License Pfler.
4 n hpevUlty.
llullotln Office. Hend, Orison.
. O. I'.
I lei i u l-oilge Ni. -IH
'Regular Mooting every Monday night
HnlptrHienrr. J. h Hngebretsoe.
K ' Nl tl. Kecretary.
M. W. OK A.
IMIpt Untie Oflinp No. 0794
Meet every Tuesday In Bather lln.ll.
Visiting Neighbor alwny weleoiu.
-M. A. Bather, V. C
N. P. Welder, Clerk.
W)imii:""n o. iik
u. or i'.
Meuta ivry Wcdnev
day ttvenltiK tit 8 p. in.
In Cnttlo llnll, E. A.
Bathor tlldK. VUltlnu
M A I'nlmer, C. C
N. 1'. Smith, K. 11. & 8,
IIKNO I.OMJi: NO. i:i
A. V, K A. M.
Mocta on Tueaday on or he
foro.thy full moon of cueh
iniiiiih. VUltlnu lirothura
' Xlwnya welcome.
J. 1). Ouvldaou, M. 10. Allot),
W. M. Boorotury
Itegulnr muutlnKa held hv Hend
IxidKo No. 807 In Bathor'a Hall on
Uiu nmt and third Tliiirmlay ovuiiIiib
eucli month. Vlaltlnu inembom of
ordur nlwnys wolcomo.
J. 11. MINKIt, Trea.
FUEI) 81IUUY, See.
I Hend Loduo No. 208 nioeta ovory
rocouiI nnd fourth Friday ovoiiIuk,
1 Bjphor'8 Hull, Vlaltlng brothem
. T MHB. A. h. FJIKNCH, N. p.
k. ZJ M8. O. M. HHAOa, Boo.
'.. Uo'gular meeting on second nnd
tbfnif Friday ovunlnuii at Bather'a
Heed, Or ft on, la a unw town,
but It bat a booatura' club that
known Id liualtH'Ma, Tueiday'a
neaalun or the Seattle Ad Club,
at which tlio Kmblem Club, of
Hend, wan the ttucat of honor,
waa n revelation In advanced t
luethoda of publicity. Am wua i
t once aa'd of Keattle, Hend la a 4
I "hummer" nnd n "comer." 1
t Kdlturlal In Heuttlo Tlmea, Oct.
I, nut TiU'ilay, nt Benttlo, Hend wna
altiKitlnrly honored nnd ndvvrtlred.
The Seattle Ad Club, onu of the
Inrgikt and moat Influentlnl publicity
nnd bunlneia orr:nuliatlona In tlio
Wet, waa the apoueor or a reKulnr
Ad Club luncheon, at which the
Kmblem Club or Hend waa the ofnclal
liuBt or the day, reprt-aentrd by the
Hend Hark Company, to whom be
loUKa the credit tor the arrnnKcment
and the flnaocInK or what wim char
acterlied iim tbo moat uulquc and
entertalnlUK event or the kind yet
teen In Seattle, a city noted for auch
There were 2C& Benttlelte at the
lonK tablea In n apeclol room of the
Hat Likelier. 'More than 200 were Ad
Club men. Some thirty ladlea were
preient, aeltlnc a new precedent for
the .Senltle club'a luncheona, which
hitherto have been exclualvely ataie
affair. There were, lu addition to
Ad Clubbera, tho member or the
Hend I'ark Company force, and a
number or Invited surat, men Inter,
eited, In one way and another, In
The luncheon waa. flrtt, latt, and
nil the llmu. a Hend botHitluK affair.
liurltiK tho hour and n hair or It
durAtlon thl tovin n-eelvinl mora
unliUo nnn milmtantlal publicity than
ha ever lfore '(.een nceorled any
community In the Northv.t. Kvvry
other week the Scuttle Ad Club ha
n luncheon. Kach I turned over to
mime firm, anion it It tiHitnlier, to
be eiinductt'd by the liotn uf tho dny.
who arc prlv Hexed to pull off any
apeolal reature thor wlnh ljit
Tuemlny waa the flrrt tlmo that re
rwil entnte firm ever ha iieen gixctt
tho conduct of tho luncheon, nnd tho
first time that the Seattle organisa
tion ever ha turned It official at
tentlon to nn unterirl outvldo of
the alnlo or WnahlriKton, or ha put
Km "O. K." upon it amiill town, nnd
eAprclntly olio In nimther atnto.
In n lengthy report or tho fcntlvl
tie, thn Soattlo I'uat-InteltlKencer
ami), in part:
In tho KlonmlnK or nrtlflclal
twIllKht, accentuate! by heroic all
hoiictd' or wllohe natrldo broom
Kllckn on thn wnll, Jnck-o'lnnUirn
or papier macho on tho tabic and
pnpor cap of while, black nnd
yellow on tho head or tho lioxt
anil Kiii'tt. (ho Kmblum Club, or
Hend, Ore., yeterdiiy ontortnlued
tho Seattle Ail Club nt n Hallow,
e'en party and luncheon at th
Itatlukeller. nnd hiiiik onK and
iiindo aperchc, In which the fame
of Huud wo linked with tho de
tinea of Seattle for a lively hour
and n hnlf.
Until ltun the I'niKTaui.
ActliiK I'roildeut J, Fred llrnld
rclluiulhcd the chair to Frank II.
I'oor, Keaernl ronnaser or tho Hend
I'nrk Company, who mamhalled -the
apcuker and directed tho
Mr. I'oor ioko enthutlaatlcally or
the cordial relation that cxlit be
tween Hend and Seattle, reminding
b' hearer that they who had een
Seattle crow oould underatand the
wonderful development that Ilea be
fore llMid, nnd aettlnR forth, In a
few forceful aentencc tho reourcc
that make Hend tho "one beat bet"
amotiK all the tinnller cities of the
Then Mayor OeorRO Cotterlll or
Seattle told or Seattle' procre,
pat and future, predicted Rront
thInK for Hend, and offered the
henrtleit hnud or Rood fellownhlp and
cooperation from tho metropoll or
I'ucet Sound to that or the OeechuU'-
Tho Seattle mayor wa followed by
Hend' mayor, O. I. 1'utnam. He
cave a brier description or Hend' re
source, particularly dwelling upon
the procresalvencM or tbo men who
are working for Hend and for the
development or Central Oregon. He
especially thanked Seattle for tbo
great Iniereat It la allowing In Hend,
and the Ad Club for Ita hospitality
at the luncheon.
W. D. Cheney, president or the
Hend Park Company, and originator
or the day's entertainment, had a row
word to say, chiefly or the Ad Club'
Interest In the town for which ho
wa working. Introduced by him,
tjiere then followed forty-five min
ute of vocal fun making song,
yell nnd special "stunt" that kept
tho big gathering In nn uproar or
vnthualaNlIc applause. Tho ong,
humorously nnd seriously narrating
the delight or Hend and or Seattlis
the yells, and especially the final per
formnnco or tho Haxou Hand, already
known lu Hund, nmdo tho biggest
kind or a hit.
"It waa tho most unique affair ever
attempted In Seattle. Also, It wa
tho bt advertising effort over eon
here." wn tho way ono prominent
Ad ClilbbUt expressed the general
opinion. A direct result or tho good
tlmo I that Seattle I talking Hend
today even more generally thnii ever
before and everyone In Soattlo
seem to know a lot about Hend.
Free Fruit Land at
DON'T BE AFRAID OF U.S. GOVERNMENT CAR&Y
ACT IRRIGATION PROJECTS IN ORJtCON.
The day or Irresponsible Irrigation companies In till tte I pout. When
the NortliwcHt Towrnslte Company ol Philadelphia took over the I'nlslejr
Project In Lake County, it gave the Urgent boniLcrrr given Jn the titc
fifty thousand dollar KUnrmwrUtu completion of the project. Every
three month It make an itemized statement of expense to the Desert
ln Hoard. All of Ita advertising books, map, contract, subscription
agreement and literature I submittal to the Desert tarn Hoard for in
ectloii before bring Issued.
TIIK I.AND IH I.KVi:i KUKEFKOM HOCK, AND IH A KICK VOI
CANIC ASH HOI!,. The climate I perfect for fruit, which now grow to
peilet'llon at Paisley.
Apples, Peaches, Plums, Pears, Prunes.
Construction work upon the dam and reservoir liaa bom Ix-m In
progress for three month, ultli Thomas Hawthorn, State Inspector, on
the ground. He wa formerly with the V. H. Government Reclamation
Service on the Umatilla Project.
Hend for 31! gc Illustrated book. Co to Paisley by automobile
, stage from Hend and see the lauil. Our agent at Paisley, Hugh K, fJII-
more, will show you the land. It 1 free to those who pay the cost of
putting water on It.
Northwest Townslte Co. are among the largest taxpayer In Oregon,
owning townslte sulMllilslons at Princrille, Madras Iledmoad, Hend,
Ilurn, Vale and also the H-IO-acre Corn ranch at Paisley, including m So-barrel-a-ilay
capacity flour mill, and general store.
Oor bank reference are:
First National lUnk, Philadelphia, Ta.
nirartl National Hank, Philadelphia, Pa.
Commercial Trust Co Philadelphia, Pa.
Interstate Finance Corooratlon, Philadelphia, I'a.
Mrrctianta' Trust Co., Camden, N. J.
Security Having & Trust Co., Portland, Ore.
Addre all communication to our Portland office, GOl Yeon Ilulldlng.
Write now. The average cost of water will be 9-IO dollars an acre.
We will give you n square deal.
Northwest Townsite Co. .
308 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
SEE OUR AGENTS IN BEND
' - HOA1ESEEKERS' LAND COMPANY. 'v
ss..n i lJuulSHl.l,T
BEFORE YOU SEND AWAY FOR IT,
drop in nt this store nnd
buy your overcoat nnd
save money. We have
$0.50 up. You will nlso
find in -our large stock
$4.50 nnd up.
(VfivtUM IUr VKn- 4
$2 nnd up to $6.50
per garment, trom 50c
for men, women, children
Rubbers nnd Raincoats
from $10 to $25
R. M. SMITH
"Evcrytlitosr to Wear for Men Who Care." . . "
HOMIMTKAHItll'S lIO.Mi: HOHIIHI).
To tho Kdltor ol The Ilulletln-
The home of C II. (ienung near
Prlnglo Flat wa broken Into and
robbed ot everything which could be
carried out through the window.
which wa rorced open to gain aecetr
by the thieve They also hauled
away about five hundred feet or lum
ber which Mr. Gcaung bad Just
hauled In from the mill to build a
barn with. There I getting to b
too much or thl kind or thing and
some effort should be made to put a
stop to It Mr. (Ienung auapocis
certain Individual a hla place wa
broken Into Inst tpttag while he was
absont on a flvo-Jy trip and If the
culprit la caught It will go hard with
8pecla) Three free posing days
for ladle, November 9th. 10th and
11th. A nicely finished and mount
ed cabinet photograph free to each
lady Mrs. Todd will assist In pos
ing and draping. Kllto Studio.
THE WHITE IS
Tho BEST nil-round Family
Sewing Machino that can
be produced. Made in both
R0TAUY and VIBRATOR
Btylea. The rotary makes
bo-h LOCK and CHAIN
stitch. Tho latest up to
tho minute steel attach
ments with each -machine.
Sold on easy payments.
Send name and address for
our beautiful H. T. cata
White Sewing Machiie Co.
1460 Market Street'
HIMI'l.K MIATt'lti: IIKM'S
ni:xi i'i:)i' r. i:
That simple remedies ore best has
again leen proven. The Patterson
Drug Co. reports that many Hend
people are receiving QUICK benefit
from simple, buckthorn bark, glycer
ine, etc.. as mixed in Adier-l-Ka. trie
German qppendlcltls remedy. A
SINGLE DOSE helps sour stomach.
gas on the stomach and constipation
INSTANTLY because this simple mix
ture antlseptlcliea the digestive or
gans and draws off the Impurities.
Rev. E. C. Ncwham, pastor. Fer
VM.a livery Sunday at 11 a. m end at
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.
m. Ep worth League at C: 45 p. m on
Sunday. Choir practice Thursday at
7:30 p. in.
Rev. I. I. Gorby, Ph. D., pastor.
Services every Sunday at the Star
Theatre at 11 a. m. Subject of ser
mon November 10, "Jesus and Ntco
demu. noformatlon va Hegcncr
atlon." Dr. Corby's Itlble ;l.iss meets
Sunday at 10 a. rn. at the Commer
cial Club room. Subject, "Joseph and
Egypt." Sunday school at tbo
Star Theatre at 10 a. m., Ross Farn
Wllbort R. Howell, minister. Wini
fred Elyea, assistant. Sunday ser
vices: Rlble school at 10 a. m. Pub
lic worship with sermon at 11 a. m.
People's service at 7:30 p. m. Wed
nesday: Dlble study and praise and.
prytr w;h teacher training at 7:30
p. m. The public lg cordially iuvlted
to all the services of the church. Tho
brotherhood that meets In onnectloa
with lllblo school mornings Is hav
ing splendid meetings.
u its a Deere
ta&de rlcht. bv & force of
skilled nlow cxiKrU vr boso eoual
cannot be found In anv other plow fac
tory In the world. There aro many different
makes of nlows. each clalmlne to bo tho best, yet
the fact remains that threo John Dccro plows ro
In uto to ono of any other kind. Tho John Occro Hoc-
tnrv. the largest In the world, turns out every year more
plows than any five other factories combined.
Standard of ilte World
For Over 60 Years
Tha IMonecr Plow Maker, John Deere, made bis first steel plow by
hand from the blade of a saw in 1837. The first slab of steel rolled In
the United States was rolled for the John Dcero plows by William.
Wood, of rituhurg. In 1W0. Ana ever smco tnoso catty osys
Deere Plows navo shown tho way and maintained the lead in this
great national industry, is it any wonuer wai 100 lanuera 01 uo
worm express r-ueir venuct u iuo juuihuh yiujwo, --
Wo make over 1000 styles or plows, cacn as gooa as u
can be made, -the ocst that brains ana perfect equip
ment can prouuee, ito matter wnaiyournoeusmay
be, wo can supply mem irom our use.
B. J. EGQLESTON
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San Francisco, California