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TI1K rKNf nVtilMTtN, IIKNI), WKDNHHDAY, MAY' 7, J 013.
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The ?forta$Z Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
J. A. McKcehan li Id from his
Water has boon turned Into thu
Mrs. O. II. Erlckson of Hoar Creok
was In town Monday.
J. M. Lawrenco was In Mend leal
week on n Inialnona visit.
Mr. Klincr Ward ha been on tlio
. nick IUl for tho paat week.
Mra. II. J. Ovurturf entertained at
an Informal sewing boo Tuesday.
M. I.. Merrill of tho forestry sor
bite spent Mcmduy In Prlnovlllo.
Mr. O. II. Furat ai III sovornl
! last week hut haa recovered.
II A. .Miller wna registered laat
week nt tho i'orltand Hotel, Portland.
' Tho Afternoon COO Club mcota to
morrow with Mra. J. Edward I .arson.
I' II. Wilson or Cliff. Lako county,
hi coma lo Ilond for tho summer.
Tho Emblem Club had a aonkfeat
nt (ho Mountain Vluw Monday oven
ticorgn A. Jones waa registered at
the Hotel Cortland, In Portland, on
J C. Itoblnton, who waa hero laat
week, aold a Itoo auto to H. 8. Thayor
c f Paisley.
Tho Prlscllla Club met with Mian
Etna Bhulls at tho Mountain Vlow
AH. In I'e'teraon waa In town from
Ma homestesd on tho Hear Crcok
road laat week.
fsyv vy. MB U d Iir MINI
2011 ouphi lo ec fanc'Jk new, ruyi She
haA louphi dcoononca oA the urfxotc houJke
and ii oj ha fifty ai a oueen, of do ihlnk
thai o.oocl, iniiefut Aup-s pite any home an
aiA-ancl rtouactayi with the eteaant &Aench
and QmeAtcan and and he aAiUile Orien
tal deiian to choose fAom, IheAc 1J no
caxtiefor any uoman'no o iruy ftretiy
rllaj, 3ay John ha cAawled on Aome of
my Aua4 unU fcy aAc JkhaJbby, o ?'n
aolna to jc neur oneA,
(Ps$llou iiuy the AeAt rua-s ancivajt Aea-scm-able
G. w7t. uAompson
WhereYour Dollar Doos Ita Duty,
Tho hrenk In tho water plpo nt
tho corner of Wall and Ohio struots
linn boon repaired,
Tho biimd gnvn nu oiQiinlr concort
Friday night oh Wall struot near
Tho I'rosbytorluii Ladles (lulld will
meet Wednesday p. m. ut 2:30 villi
Mm, Onirics lliowu.
Mis. Martin I). Kwitson and aou
Ford hmo mturiioil from u visit with
relatives In l'urtlnuil.
Miss Winifred Klyoa loft Mondny
lo apmid u uioiitli'it vnoatlon ut her
homo at Hphrntit, Wnsh.
II. ,1. Ovurturf la hnvliiK' thu
grounds nbuiit Ida homo rtihIhiI uud
lirupariid for grass auod,
Ono allot In tho aowor blasting look
nvn wliwIiiwM vitHlordnv uftoriioou.
Thla la bollovod to ho n record.
Cnrmody Bros, hnvo moved Into
the now P. W, iJrou'n ImlldlnK ad
joining their former looatlon.
Mr. mill Mrs. 0. 0 Healing of Colo
rado hnvo taken charge of thu din
lug room nt tho Pilot llutto Hotel.
President WlUon Monday noml
liuted II. Krnnk Wooddook to bo
resistor of the land olllco nt Tho
Tlmrit la atlll hoiiio auow on tho
HprlnK HUor road, or at leant wna
hint Holiday when two' nuto parties
Wore atnllud on It.
A. Mealier mid Ida brother Abe
onmn In from Portland Inat week. It
In probable that tho latter will lo
cuto hero In business.
J. P. ICoyea of Tho Ilond Company
lott Friday mornlitK for Spokane on
bualiioiu). Ho expucU to return by
way of Vancouver, II. C.
Tho Church of tho Ilrothrcn will
hold nervier In tho Methodlit church
in tho future luatoad of In tho Hap
tlat church aa hercto-foro.
r.ari i.nnu reenvcu uim in hid Bol
ting of egg offered by Mra. flhrlner
lo achool children who wished t
enter tho poultry contest.
B. A. Orimii laat week received n
IiIk caterpillar traction engine hlch
ho will use In delivering Km to Ida
sawmill southeast of town.
Mra. Itebukah Drown, who haa a
homestead H in I Its east of town,
waa hero Monday, going to I'rlno
vlllo estorday on court business.
Word haa leon rocolvcd from Oov
ernor West that he will bo unable to
deliver the nddrcsa to tho graduat
ing claaa of tho Ilond High Bchool
Mrs. Clyde McKay and children
left this morning for Portland on a
six wceka' trip. They will vlalt rola
tlvea thoru and also go to Soasldo.
John Klla lott Monday for Wins
ton8alom, N. C. where ho will bo
married, It la understood, to Mlsa
Ituth Polta, who visited In Hand sov
ernl months last tall.
There wero 12C persona who dined
nt tho Mountain View Sunday oven
luar. Tho musical program by Mr.
Follows waa a special attraction.
Mlas Smith ot llurna also sin.
Bam McMurtrle, proprietor ot tho
Club Cafe, has taken over the Oregon
Hotel from C. C. Ilralnard. Mra.
Charles WhltAold or Chicago, Mr.
McMurtrlo's sister, will hnvo charge.
Pamphtota from tho Department
of Poultry Husbandry of tho Oregon
gN i ill. ''IfTl
.Agricultural CoIIoko nt Corvnllls hnvo
boon placed In tho school library for
tho liiHtructlnn of thu children In
tho poultry content.
J. .1. CiinnliiKhniu tins aold Ida five-
room bungalow on lot 17, block 1,
Park Addition, to Julius Kortumn,
Mr. and Mra. Cunningham will loavo
In nbout ton days for Walla Wnlla,
Waab.. whoro they will look lifter
noma buslnom, tlienco uolng lo Port-
laud, lloforu lonvlug hero tboy x
pect to spend n few days visiting W.
I). IlurnoR at Liildlnw.
PLAY FOnFRIDAY NIGHT
1otnl Talent Will Pret-ent Farce
Comedy nttlio Dichiii
An Irish tday oiitltlod "Thnt Una-
cnl Pat" will bo Kven by local tnlont
nt tho Drotm Thoatro Irldny cvon
Ing, Tlmro are five charnctora In
tho production, whloh la a ono-nct
farce comedy full of humor mid
Tho story, In brief, la na follows:
Charlie l.lvlngnton la In lovo
with Laura, who returns Ida affec
tion but cannot secure tho consent
of Major Puffjackot, a crusty old
bachelor undo, to their union.
Chariot lonvea Ids servant Pat, a
blundering Irishman, at n hole.
cautioning hint to remain there.
I'uffjfickct and Laura happen to bo
at tho samo hotel and tho Major or
fers to employ Pat, who yields.
When Charles unexpectedly returns,
Pat tries to sorvo two masters and
accidentally exchangos a plcturo and
a pockotbook In tho coat pockets of
tho two mon. A mlxup results
which nearly ends In a fight botwecn
Charles and Puffjicket. Tho par
ties finally recognize each other, ex
planations cnaue, and everything Is
While the personnel of tho caat
lit' being kept secret until tho night
oi me iionormanco, u i sum mat n
Includes good pertormers. Thoro
nr threo mon and two women In the
play. It Is being put on under tho
nusplces, and for the benofit, of the
Fraternal llrothorhood. Thoro will
bo two performances, the curtain
rising for tho first at 1AX, and ft r the
second at 8: 15 o'clock. It takes nbout
SO mlnutca to prosent tho play.
PYTHIAN OFUS ON VISIT
(Jrnml Chancellor anil Grand Keeper
of IlrronU anil Seals Here.
Grind Chancellor Owynn and
Grand Keeper of Ilecords and Benin
Hltnson of Hatom paid tho local K,
of P. lodge a visit laat night. In or
der that theso oftlclala might meet
with tho local knights the Modern
Woodmen turned over Snthcr'a Hall
to them, postponing their regular
meeting until tonight.
The visitors arrived on tho train
last night from Redmond and were
driven to the hall In an auto. They
delivered addresses there, speaking
to the Pythlans and their Invited la
dles. Following this part ot tho pro
gram, there were refreshments.
Ten members or the Ilond lodgo
went to Itedmond Monday and that
evening put on the third rank. A dele
gation was also there from Prlne-
vlll lodgo. A bannuet waa given the
visitors, and tho Hond mon report
royal entertainment. Thoy returned
by auto early Tuesday morning.
Thoao making tho trip wero Ouy
and L. M. Mcltoynolds, M. A. and H.
P. Palmer, N. P. Smith. O. A. Thor
son. Ashley Forrost. B. E. Gntehet,
Paul B. Petorson and Martin It.
RECEPTION CT ENJOYABLE
Dr. Gorby Kntertnlni Ynunt; Men ami
Women nt Iiiirns Home.
Tho reception given last Friday
availing at tho Lucas homo by Or.
I. I. derby to the young mon of tho
town was a most ploaaant ana suc
cessful nffhlr. Tito Prlsclllas wero
present, and tho Presbytorlnn Guild
mombors assisted In serving rofreah
mentfl. The attendance waa large,
and tho young men and women mndo
niorry together for soveral hours.
A very nn'brtnlnlng fenturo was a
aino In which the men each-had
to describe tho girl that hnd talked
to him for .flvo mlnuteo, he not
knowing until alio was gone that he
would hnvo to write such a 'de
scription. NOW THE "TUMALO PROJECT'
Desert Land Dourl DUcortls the
8ALKM, May 6. The Desert Land
Heard has passed an order directing
that tho Irrigation project In Crook
county horetoforo known aa tho
"Columbia Southern" horcattor bo
callod tho "Tumalo Prcjeot."
Tho board haa given 0. A. Laur
?oard, project euginoor, authority to
Incur an Indebtedness not to oxceod
11500 for preliminary work looking
to the roclamntlcn of tho project, the
appropriation not yet bolng available.
The bill providing tho H&O.OQO fund
bocomes effoctlve In June.
MAKE TfllP TQKUMATH FALLS
.Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Kurrlo on Loug
Drive Find Iloads Good.
The following la from the Klam
ath Falls Northwostorn or May 2:
"Mr. C. R. Kurrlo, accompanied by
Mrs, Kurrlo, arrived In Klamath
Kails yesterday after a three days'
trip from Ilond, Ore, having made
tho drlvo In a single one-hurso rig.
"Mr, Kurrlo Is stopping nt tho
Comstock hotel and when Interview
ed Inst cvonltiK stated that ho had a
very plousnnt trip aim that tho roads
wero kooiI nil tho way.
"Ho said thnt It wns cold driv
ing mid thnt at only ono time did
thoy onor-unlor n snowstorm. This
wna nonr Crescent. Tho gale did not
last long nud on unod no Inconven
ience. "Mr. Kurrlo Is In llio city on busl
ncss nnd will probably start back to
"H said that many sstllors from
the Knst nro nrrlvlng In Ilond In
senrch of Innd and that luminous Is
good In tho town.
"Farmers In thnt section hnvo their
spring plowing nearly all completed
and many porsous nro planting and a
number of fields are green.
"Mr. mid Mrs. Kurrlo spent ono
night nt Ln Pino, ono nt Crator and
nno at Klnmnth Agency, nnd on tho
return trip probably will make tho
Tho Ktirrles left Hond on April 27
and arrived hero Inst night on their
SUNDAY MOTHERS DAY
llenil People Will Wear Carnations In
."Memory of Tliooe Lit lux anil Demi.
In memory of mothers dead, and
In honor of mothers living, Itend will
observe Mothers' Day next Bundny,
by the wearing of bouquets of carna
tions and by special services at the
Methodist church by Iter. K. C. New
ham, In tho morning.
In compliance with tho custom,
white carnations will bo worn for
the memory of mother's dead, while
other colore will bo used for honoring
Tho mothers' day Idea originated
In Philadelphia. Tho founder was
Mlsa Anna Jnrvls, who conceived the
flower-wearing Idea to commemo
rate the anniversary of tho death
of her mother. A newspaper took up
tho matter, with the results ot a na
tional observunce Immediately fol
lowing. Miss Jarvla chose tho white car
nation In memory of her mother be
sause Its whiteness stands for purity.
Its form for beauty, Its fragranco for
love. Its wide field of growth for
charity, Its lasting qualities tor faith
fulness nil a true mother's attri
butes. Members of the Prlscllla Club will
have charge of the selling of the car
nations locally, Thoy will bo on aale
Saturday at reasonable prices at
Corkett'a, Patterson'a drug store,
O'Donncll's meat market, Mannheim
ors'. Owl Pharmacy, Ilurgln's candy
store and at tho American Ilakery.
XOTICB FOU I'Ultl.ICATION.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Lad Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
May 5th, 1913.
Notice Is hereby given that Nina
L. Blllott, assignee ot Dona Mc
Naught, assignee ot Cora A. Swlger,
or Paisley, Oregon, who, on Juno 1st.
1909, made desert land entry No.
010312 for EV4NWU. section 13,
townshlpe 18 south, range 13 east,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to make final proof, to
establish claim to the land above des
cribed, before H. C. Ellla. U S. Com
missioner, nt his effleo at Hond, Ore
gon, on tho 14th day of Juno, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses:
I. A. Bastes. George S. Young and
John Swlger, of Dund, Oregon, and
ft. N. Blllott, of Paisley. Oregon.
9-13 C. V. MOOHB, Register.
Kt'HOOL KLKCTIO.V BALLOT.
The ballot for Saturday's school
election carrloa two questions each
In two sub-dlvlsloas. The first ques
tion Is (a) whether tha Wleatorla
site shall bo purchased at a cost ot
I4G00 and (h) whether a school
house shall bo erected on this alto at
a cost ot HO. 500. The second Is (a)
whether tho sqhool board shall con
tract a bonded Indebtedness of JtCOO
for tho purchase ot tho WstorIa site
and lb) whether It shall contract a
bonded Indebtedness ot 910,500 tor
tho erection or a school hcuso there
on. To be consistent, all voters
should vote straight "Yes" or "No."
To voto yes on one question and no
on the other gives opportunity for a
NKWH ITK.MS FItOM UUTTK.
BUTTE, Uko County, April 30.-
J. W. Wllmot, J. E. Pfpo, E. J. Shroy
and Archie Edo wont to Riley this
week. Mr. Wllmot and Mr. Shroy
brought back grain trom Silver creek.
Mrs. S. McDowell returned last
Wednesday trom l.oa Angeles, Oal,
whore she has been spending the win
ter. C. F. Hartllntj has been drlllfng
a well for J. A. Mayors.
J. V. Carroll his had another se
vere attack of appendicitis. Last
Wednesday he wob taken to Burns
to be oporatod on.
The band ot sheep belonging to J.
W. Carroll and J. Barham waa driven
nut ot tho valley this woek, being
taken to Paisley.
B. J. Shroy will make a trip to
Bend soon tor supplies.
POLLS OPENFnOMT"to 4 P. M.
The polls for tho school election
Saturday will be onen at the hose,
house lu the rear ot the Bend Hard
war a C.-inpany's store trom- 1 to 4
Threo skilled barbers are at In
nea & Davidson's barber shop to
servo you. Adv,
ft UNDERWEAR, CLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS
Jk SJrgsiBjp k.
You'll need several pnirs of hose mighty soon.
New Oxfords demand them.
Silk Hose for Ladies, black, per pair.
Boot-Silk Hose, black, tan, white
Silk Lisle Hose, black, tan, white
Children's .Black Cat Hose, all weights
25c pair and two pair for
Men's Silk Hose, Black Cat Brand, Pr.
Men's Silk Lisle Hose, Black CatBrand
AH Ys Usfavrev WaaU
( THE MOST IN VALUE
II THE BEST IN QUALITY II
HATS, CAPS, FURNISHINGS, NECKWEAR
AMONQ THE SETTLERS X
NORTHEAST OF TOWN X
(Special to The Bend Bulletin.)
Bend Hodges la running the log
ging engine for W. E, Scott.
Tho Ladles' Juniper Club met last
week with Mrs. K. P. Reynolds. A
goodly number ot the members were
present and after an interesting ses
sion delightful refreshments were
served. The hostess for the next
meeting wilt be Mrs, W. G. Waugh.
The Orange members will attend to
the seeding of C. M. Dragg's crop.
Mr. Bragg la master of the Orange
and since Injuring bis eye he has
been forbidden to work by hla phy
sician. All Orange members not at
the meeting when the obove decision
waa made may see Mr. Bragg about
tho tlmo ho needs them. It they de
sire to help.
Mis Ida Jacques, who haa been
teaching the Elder school, has re
turned to her home In Canada. '
O. C. Cardwell la the proud pos
sessor of a Duroc Jersey sow that re
cently presented him with 13 puro
Tho Grange will have a basket
social May 10 at the hall northeast
ot Bend. A social dance will be giv
en after the sale of the baskets.
P. H. Dencer recently purchased
from O. & Cardwoll some Duroc Jer
ALL REFRIGERATORS ARE NOT ALIKE. YOU
WANT TO GET THE RIGHT KIND THE KIND THAT IN.
SURES PROPER AIR CIRCULATION.
WE SELL THE
FRESH AND PREVENT VEGETABLE ODORS TROM
MAKING YOUR BUTTER AND MILK "TASTE."
WE SELL ONLY THE BEST IN HARDWARE.
Skuse Hardware Company.
We Repair tiuas of All KJads.
Zutma&j Stffhi at Ait Store
Ralph Grimes lost a valuable filly
last Saturday .
Mr. and Mrs. Cole E. Smith spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Ernest Havemann is marketing
fresh radishes and lettuce.
The daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. H.
II. Hughes, who has been visiting for
some time with them, baa returned
to Port land.
Edggll and Augusta Havemann
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Hodges' children.
R. M. Elder went tc Prlnevlllo yes
terday on business. He was accom
panied by Mr. Balles ot Indiana, w ho
is here looking over the country.
George Hoech has gone to his
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
To whom It may concern: -Notice
Is hereby given that F. L. Culp and
Archie Pat tie, heretofore doing busi
ness as co-partners and conducting
what Is known as the Montana Bar
In the Boyd Block on lot 1 or Block
13 or Bend, Oregon, have this day
mutually dissolved said partnership.
Dated tbts 30th day ot April, 1913.
F. L. KULP.
For high grade work and right
prices In dressmaking call on Mrs.
O. A. Thdrsou. Deschutes Addition.
WILL KEEP YOUR FOODS