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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1912)
T1IK MiNU MUf.MITIN, BKNI, WIIDNF.HPAY, DFX'KMUKIt 4, 1013.
Cordially Invited to
December 7th, 1912
2 until 5 and 7 until 9, by
Mrs. Elmer Ward
Miss Graves Mr. Hunter
Miss Black Mr. Cuptil
Come, Bring the Children and
Enjoy the Music
"The Store of Better Values"
V A A
CTAu f.Uumow Juum
i iwwr- .-jr-mi
oX" wejii io Ae cur yeJjfceAday. flii of Ae
women weAc diJcuJiino. wAai itey wanicd ihtiA
hua Lands to a ite them for ChAiatmaa ftrcaenii,
and do you know JLhut eteAyone of tficm Jaid
"Hew furnituAel Hew PuAnltuAe!"
of think they itrt aii Jcriiirle. don'i you?
a vouictn'i iivc in anyiAino. 4u a nicely fuA
uiaAed . Aomc- c7Ai.i make CfxAUtina time.
c7u, at a,
P,S,-Qljt the eiul women yctieAday iatd iAey
were aoina 5 uy theLA new CArima4 furnl-
Where Your Dollar Does its Duty.
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
J. A. Hastes hna bought 0. 8. Ilutl.
V. A. Forbes went to Prlnotilte
eeterday on IhiImm.
Mian Anderson of Dtwhtites has
been tUltlHg In Item! several day.
Tlio llRpllht lllltlo school Is making
preparations fur Christina oxerc's.
Tint Prfatetltas will meet ut Mb
nntliur'H hotno next Monday wvoitliiR.
Mr. and Mm. M. I', Hawthorn r
ttiriiwd last weok to their home at
I John KM Ih down from tho IUk
Jr'vor ranger b'tutlnn, to wurk in the
I Clarence Mnnnhelmor went to
Portland Jltmrtny to purohasu good
, for his btore.
Trunk Perclvall was In town over
Sunday from Ida homebtoad south
uat of llciul.
I l I&siki A It It ik mti l flif IpiiiIa tffft aljhl
ItavB loturut'd lo tliolr homeatvnda.
hficr u visit In liond.
Tho Farmer' Co-onoratlvo Aaao
olMlnn'Vtll meet nt l-arn'a Imll on
Hdtuiduy ufturnoon ut 1:3U.
I Thu ThoUtriii hrother lust Kri
i tlay killed auven awana on HI rlrur,
near M. J. Mnln'a hointtoatl.
J Mth. 0. I Putnam returned Mon
, day nlRht from a II vu weeks' visit to
hor paronta' homo In Connecticut.
Uev. W.'lt. Howell apent last Sun
day ut iiudmoud nnd expects to ho
In Terreliouuu tho comltiK Sunday,
Tho Thanksgiving dunce was tho
most successful ovuiit the Commercial
Club has Klveu, n largo crowd attend
At the homo of Mr. and Mrs, Kd
llrostorhoua, a farewell party was
Kiveu at ulBbt for Clyde McOIIN
Kennath Minor and several boy
frloudtt went to tho Mlaor homqajoad
last Wedueaday oroutug for a few
t Saturday Klmar Antes. nad com.
mutation proof on h' ltJO-acie claim
near tho 40 mllepoat. ou.tba Ueud
Hum joad. . ,;... " .
'""The Danco "of K tho Subscription
'Dancing ol'ub ucbeduiTd for This Sat
urday nliht at Bather's halt ha been
postponed until Hnturday, Uecvmbor
M. J. Main, Lntlior Mctko nnd V.
15. nnd C. C. Dick returned Monday
from n IniiitliiK trlii up the river.
They liroiiKht linck 40 ducks and two
Kenso. ( I
On account of troublo with his
(tycs, J. II. Hoy burn hna resigned I' Ik
position In the postoftlce nnd will bn
connected with the Hkusa llnrdwaro
It. N. I'lllott nnd family have como
from Mood Hlver lo make llcnd their
homo, bavins purchased 80 acre of
land about live and a half miles
southeast of town,
lien McCaftory went to Portland
thu first of the week where be will
probably spend thu winter. Word
from bis wife In Pennsylvania states
that her mother Is better.
friends of the groom have Just re-'
eelved jiiiiiounremeiit of the murrlKU
of KdKr It. Post lit Klxlu, III.. on
Not timber 17. The nowjywcds will
be at home In Mend after March 1G. I
hast ueek It was announced that
the postoftlce Mould be open Sundays
from 0 to D .30. This Is Incorect.
The olllce wll be open from 'J; 30 to
10 o'clock In the morn Inc. j
Friday night the following young i
liidlea had a dinner party at tho Al
taniont: MIhm Anne, Oertrude and,
Nell Markel, Misses Schoolcraft. I)ol-i
sen, Trautner, Hldner. Harden, An-.
derson and Vnndevcrt.
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Lawton loft
this morning for Portland, tvhero Mr.
Iiwtou will be In business during tho
winter, while Mrs. liwtou returns to
Kansas for a home visit of several
Mls Until Potts, who Iibb been a
tcuest of Mrs. W, v. Ijiwton up river
for several weeks, returned to llond
Monday and Is at the Altamont with '
her mother, Mrs. Martha Potts of;
North Carolina. j
Ilert Jeffers, a hotnfseteader, whot
wau staying with A. I). Ia-wIs oni
Thsnksg)vluK lsy, was thrown off
his horse, sustaining a concussion of
the brain. Ho was uiitoimclouu for
a number of hours.
A meeting of the toarbers and ofTl
eers of the Presbyterian Hunday
school will u held at the homo of,
Ml Iols Force on TliurMlay evening
at S o'clock to arrange for the Christ
mas festivities of the school. I
"I am certainly anxious to get The)
Illllletln. anil when cmo of them irnoa '
astray I feel lost for the next week.
I receive another CrMik county natter. '
but Tho llend llulletln Is the one we
always look for." A letter from
The Jeffries family who llvo at
Sister have been much afflicted the
past few months with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Jeffries and to daughters were
stricken but have about recovered.
George is now a victim, but is get
Mug along well, It Is stated.
Teachers' examinations will be
held In Prlnovillo December 18 to 21.
County Superintendent Ford states
that teachers who have certificates
that esplre In December or Febru
ary, or teacher holding county per
mit mutt take thla examination.
Mr. and Mra. J. T. Carter arrived
Sunday night at their borne north of
I-a Pino front attending over a month
on road work about 30 mils east of
llond. Iload Supervisor M. F, Haw
thorne Is expected the latter tart of
the week. I.a Pine Inter-Mnuntaln.
This Saturday lira's storo cole-!
urates its fifth Christmas In liond.
with an all-day otienlng. The store
I being olnborntely decorated.
Christmas tree luring a notable fea
ture. Mr. Klmor Waul. Miss Kva
vinivtm nun .unm. immur nnu iut-
ill will play and MImi Illack slug.
Mr. and Mr. I.eo Davenport left
Saturday for their now rauch which
they recently puichased some tweut
miles from Portland, near Camas.
Wash. Mr. Davenport wilt retain his
UOO-aere ranch SO mile east of ,
llond. using it chiefly In connection '
with tho raising of stock but bore
after he and his wife will make their
hoadqunrturs at the Cnmis property,
where tho rationing of stock for the
Portland yard will bo tho chief busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. CUtde Corkett have
gone to Portland on a short trip.
Tho W. 0, T. V. will meet Satur
day at o'clock with Mr. O. C Hen-
Mr. John Steidl wll entertain the
uftornoomGOO club tomorrow at her
Dr. V. C. Coe, who has been la
Portland for several days, la expected
W. J. McOIUvray and family will
leave Friday - for Heuumunt,. Ca.,
where Mr. McOIUvray has acquired
.oxtenslvo property Intereato.
I Don L. McKay, brother of Clyde
and Joo McKay, arrived In llond Mon
day night with his family. They will ,
winter. Tney nave takes rooms at
tno Klein apartment houBc.
I A farewell party was given Clyde
and Max McOIUvray last- night at
j tho home of Mr, and Mrs. Kd Ilros-
terhous, by school frleuds. There was
a largo attendance of students, to
gether with a number of the teach
ers, aud a pleasant eveuing wao spont.
' I,. C. Ilqbert. who has bought the
W. J. McOIUvray ranch eight miles
southeast of town, arrived Thanks-
rglTlpg; Vrlto, two carloads, Including
I, ' .... j . ,1 . -,. -J s
uuuauuum mrpiuiru. iarui equipment -and
livestock), ills .family arrived
'Saturdttf.'-rn'eiancrarlly . they aro
M.aS, i2t y SrimyfftJf -)ftui. aVia' 4'
Mayor Putnam ha tmtruoted
II You will be proud to iliow your friend Wt
for they will be delighted, with it beautiful line.
Besides, this famous 'ware baa a solid silver disc
overlaid at the wearing point, and it i then plated
with a triple-plus plate. It is guaranteed for 50
years in ordinary family use.
Patterson Drug Company
THE REXALL STORE.
Chief of Polico Roberts to arrange'
with the water company for a I
thorough tesving of all city hydrant. !
to guard against tin possibility of,
iny of them freezing. A thermome
ter will lie placed in the chemical en
gine house, so that the temperature'
there may be watched and a lghted
lantern kept there If necessary.
IIANCUOKT I.F.CTl'ItK OOOD.
George Gllber Itancroft, tho lec
turer, speared at the Methodist
church Friday night, delivering an
able and Interesting lecture. HI
Audience was small, there being not
more than ?C peoplo prcaeqt. He
ipoke along the line of psychic re
search and held the attention of hi
hearers very closely. He Injected much
humor Into Is lecture and kept te
crowd in a good frame of mind
throughout the discourse.
FINDS INDIAN ItKI.ICS.
F, Perclvall, who lives near the 40
milepost on tho Bend to Hum road,
lest week uneartebed aome Interest
ing Indian relics while digging on
his claim. The find Included a pes
tle and mortar. In perfect condition.
They were fashioned out of lava
rock, the pestle being about 10 Inches
high and 8 Inches In diameter, and
apparently had seen use In bygone
days when these were the only appli
ances for grinding up corn and other
IJKNII MKN AT TIU.W,.
llend was called on for legal talent
to assist In a trial at I.aldliw Friday
n the ese of George Flshor vs. J.
Richardson and wife. Fisher, the
plaintiff, who brought action to col
lect a store bill, claiming $51. was
represented by Hom Farnham and
the Ulchardeoas by V. A. Forbes.
Justice Coble of llend assisted J. C.
Thorp, the l-aidlaw magistrate. The
fury wsr out from j !0 p. m. to after !
midnight, returning a verdict for
FMier In the sum cf J40. '
AntlANGING SOOIAIi AND DANCK.
A social and dance, to which th-
public Is Invited. Is being arranged
by the Fraternal Brotherhood to bo
held In the Sather lodge hall Thurs
day evening, December 19. This
will also celebrate the first ann'ver
sary of the Institution of tho local
lodgo of this order.
WOOIICIIOITKItS AT $1.30 PKU
COUP. TUI'.KS PUI.I.KD WIUSON
PI.U'K NOKTIIKAKT U!D!AY, a
MILKS. SKH XV. D. JIclUY, IHI.KV
When you think of rut Klast, think
of I.lbby'ii nt PnttcrMtn. Adver.
The Itedmond poultry show will
hold a poultry show At Itedmond De
cember 18 to SI 39tt
YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW MANY SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS
GIFTS WE CAN SELL YOU UNTIL YOU VISIT OUR STORE.
BRING IN THE WHOLE TAMILY AND SEE IT WE HAVEN'T
SOMETHING THAT WILL PLEASE EVERY ONE Or THEM.
YOUR rRIENDS WILL APPRECIATE SOME USEFUL. SENSI
BLE PRESENT SUCH AS WE CAN SELL YOU MUCH MORE
THAN A FANCY TRIFLE THAT WILL SOON BE WORTHLESS.
Skuse Hardware Company.