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TICK IIKNI) tlVhhKTIN, nK.VD, Wl'.ltSKHDAY, MAY J I, 101.1.
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Do you know about
them? These nre the
remedies thnt nre
justly famous on ac
count of their won
Kcxnll Homed Ion nre tnmlu
after thi moat approved
formulas from the parent,
li,Klicnt HtrutiKtlt ilrtiK,
In ono of the flnont lab
oratories In tlio world.
Every formula In tost
oil and tried, Ono
remedy for each nil
metit. Ask for
Patterson Drug Co.
The ?fetttt&g, Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Tho Prlacllla mill Monday night
with Mlaa Bldner.
Tho livening "600" club meet to
night with Mr. Bawhlll.
John It. Hllnaon of Prlnovlllo wn
t Ho ml vlaltor Saturday night.
Mr. M. K, Penny of Portland I
vlaltlng .hor dauehtur, Mm. A. A
Tho Caballorlle Club held It fort
nightly danoo In Snthur hnll Hatur
Mr. nml Mri. Itobort II. Gould ar
rived Maturdny nml tiro atnylng at
Tho noxt danoo given liy tho Huh
srlptlan Oanolng Club will bo on tho
itvonliiR of Mny 31.
Victor Bchreder of Itolyat wn In
town Friday, going to l.aatern Waah
Ington oil n hualucfi trip.
K. II. riuuimy, a real ealato man of
Heattle, who owns property hero, wa
n llond vliltor last week.
II. A. Mlllor Itt Thursday for
HUtpn, VIc being called there byj
the lllucaa of hi father.
Mr. Lara entertained Saturday
night tho wlvr and relative of ruom
Imra of tho Emblem Club,
J. I. Cronln of the P. J. Cronln
H.vldlery Co. of Portland, I visiting
hi alitor, Mrs. II. W. Skua.
During tho paat week Ilend ha
been vlatted with ahowora that aro
of groat benefit to tho farmer. '
JCa-uAa Aaa Juii Zreen over ioiee me o
tell me Aer iAoxiLit, rSAe'J loAi that maid iAe
had that xtaA juci a iAeaauAe. 7lot, if A he'd
Zruy lino A cum foA hcA- kiteheh floor, a J o?Ve
iejo.ecl AeA to do, 4ie wouldn't have Ao much
tAouhle keeftiny. helf, aft makes a kitchen oA
liathroom Jo much eaaieA to keeft clean, and
jbesidcA, it aluray aivea them a moAe attAact"
at've liouaht fAettf nevs mattinaa far my
Jcd Aoom thi JumineA. c7Aey a ive the rual a
Ae-si and a Ac more Jantiary, al-xo. Come over
and Ace them, 3ay John dcaAlxf laveA to flay
in the kitchen now,
' Aye. 3ye
j,flj Siyau'tt danJy tlnoUum and matting If you go
5. M. Jk
Where Your Dollar
0. W. AMiot of Tnconin, who own
property hero, was In town Saturday
nt tho Pilot liutto llotol.
Mlaa Klloti IMoolc of Portland la via
ItliiK MIm Arrlo lllaclc HiIh wook, luiv
lug arrived Mondny evening.
Lottla Aya and Karl Austin worn
down from I. Pluo and Creacont on
Saturday, slaying nt tho Pilot liutto.
H. K. MoiihIiiihI, who recently onuio
to 1 tattle from Health), linn taken om
ploymuiit with the Milter liiiiuber Co.
The lucky iiunihor In (he radio of
n hitiidpnluted roae tile at Mm. Pow
oImoii'h art shop wa hold by Mra,
Dr. Harl II. OMborn, veterinary at
the O. A. C, wna hero lnal Wcdnoa
day, goliUf on aouth and oitnt on a
Lrl nf imvornl dnya.
Mra. IC. It. Poat Itna arrived from
lllgln. III., and Joined her huabnnd
hero. Tho aro living In ono of tho
V. I.. Power, who wn aiiporlnien
dent of tho tho demonatrntlon farm
In Crook county hut aiiiumor, v.aa a
Huud vliltor Huiida?.
M. (I. O'.Malloy, atato mnnngor of
tho I'rnlenml 'Brotherhood In Ore
koii. catno In Friday night from Port
laud to apend a few uaya.
J. P. Koyea returnod Friday from
an extended trip. While In Hpnknno
ho attended a mooting of tho West
ern Pine Manufacturers' Anaoelatlou.
J. D. Dnvldaon wna Inld up aevcra)
dnya tho paat week with an attack of
rhuumntlam but la able to bo out now.
Mra. Dnvldaon camo In from tholr
homestead to bo wjlh him.
Mlaa Vera Knutla Ima returnod
from n aonaon'H toncltlliR at Ilufua,
Ore., and expecta to apend tho auin
inor nt tho homo of hor father, E. A.
Knntta, aouthcast of town.
O. M. Patterson and N. P. Wcldor
will go to Modford noxt week to rep
resent the llond lndisa at tho annual
meeting of tho Grand Lodge, I. O.
O. l, of Oregon, on the Slat.
Frank lliittorworth of Slater wna
In town Tueaday nd for tho first
lime In five y intra had an opportunity
to aee the change In tho town. "I
oan't find nay of tho old landtnnrka,"
Kirn. Z M. Ilrnwn rxiinn over from
Prluevlllo Saturday and joined hoi
Imilinmt. Mr. Ilrown now Inline hnr
engaged In aaaeaalng looal property.
Mra. Drown wai accompanied by Mlaa
II. Fries and wife and J. J. Mur
phy, who have ranchea In llarney
county near Iron MouilQiln, wore
here Saturday, on their way to Pugot
Round polnta. Mr. Fries will atao go
on to AUaka.
News haa been received hero of tht
marlage of Jean Charle Ilolloro and
Mlaa Anna Margaret Carroll at Grand
Forka, N. 1)., recently. Mr. Ilollorc
la well known In Ilend, hiring -a
homcatoad In the Powetl liutto coun
try. I'. I. Shaw of Seattle, who la owner
of Ilend buatneas property, haa pur
cnaaed through J. II. Miner 180 acre
of land adjoining tho Slater town
alte which ho will plat. Tho pur
ehaao waa made from II. C. Drown,
tho price not being given out.
Dooa It Duty.
Thorn la n nioimnKo nt tho Wcntorit
I'n Ion toloxraph offlco fur L. C,
Mr. nnil Mra. John Foriiusnn, who
have been living ncmr Prluevlllo. have
returned to Ilend.
Itov. I. 0, .f iKld niiuoiincoa that for
the preaout the llaptlat eliurch will
dlacontlnuo tho publication of their
Tho young poopto'n aoolnl, which
wna to have occurred luat night, wna
ludeflultely pcatponed on account of
tho death of Mra. France Itood.
O'Douuoll I Iron, hnvo Juat Inatnllod
In their market a two-Ion York Ice
machine which auppllea rofrlgeratlou
for both their cold storage room mid
the ahow cuae.
William I.. Oraliam or Portland,
who la lutereated In tho Garrett prop
erty, la hero mid nunouiic if that they
will place the property on the mar
HE PASSED IT ON.
The Diplomat Oavad Hlmatlf
Quick Wittad Ruaa.
The piiKHlug of tho court fool na mi
lUHiliulliiu did not liaaii that kin: had
ci'hkoI lo take pleamire In the aort of
uouitoimu that the Joater hud oeuti
llii'iiaiHl to iHtrpetmte. King Frederick
William I. of PrtiKMlu waa no Incur
rlKlliln Joker and Kreatly enjoyed teat
Hit; tho cltn crniti of lilx mluUter and
ndvler by pluiiuluu emlmrrnaalug
alluntlima, from which they could ex
tricate IhoiUMulvvrt only by tho uxerclac
of the ipilckimt wit. Ilowerrr, "Da
Kuril Fur Alio'' declare that the king
wna olmoat ux ready to enjoy bla ovVn
dlat'umilturo aa that of bla luteiided
One day at a aninll dinner tho klnjr.
Imppeulng to Imi In tho mood to play a
prank, chute na hi victim ono of bla
.ululatera aratotl nt Ida left. Aftor a
niinm'iit'a thougbt Ida mnjeaty leaned
tuwnnl tin courtier on bla right nnd,
(iTlug blm n geutlo alnp on tho cheek,
Aa the tnp wna pnaaei from Rural
to guiat round tho table, the king In
lenilitua bei-niiM nppareul. The mln
tater nt Fredurli'k William' left would
IthiT hare to commit lene majeate by
dapping Ida aoverelgu or admit blm
f Inxiteii and bo the laughlni; ntock
if the table.
Although the company wna already
in n gnle of merriment nt hi oxH-niw.
he mlnUter wn not nt nil rendy to
u-knowltxltfo n defimt. Jiut na the
Mliiw wna pMHintl to blm he let n knife
'nil clntterlm: to the llnr U'tween the
lu? nnd hlnjaolf. Immediately n aerv
int aprnug furwnnl. pb-ked tho knife
ip ami handed It to the mttdater, but
.rliut wn too lackey'a natonNhment to
fivlve, Inaiend of n word of thnnka,
I tap on tli chek. The mlntatcr by
ala wit had aareil thealtuntlnn without
delnllng the ruten of the en mo. The
Hlng wna the flrat to Join In the laugh'
er nnd npplntiae that fnsjtcd tho mln
Mark TVvnln, native of a country
wIiono place namoa won tho admlra
tlon of Itolmrt I- Htrtvenaou, wna him
olf delighted by the placu name of
Auatralla. Aa ainuaement for A hot
lay be collected a Hat of eighty-one.
nclndlng audi aoul aatUfjIiig olyyl
able n Murrlwlllumba, Yaranyackah,
Koudoparlngii nnd JnmbenK), nnd put
dxty-alx of them Into n poem of forty
Ight llnea. Theao nre potl wonla for
MHtry," ho any. "Hut the lxat wont
n that lUt and tho moat mualral nml
(tirgly U Woollou-nooHou." London
Couldn't Qtt to Rahaaraal.
All actor, IfoliiK unable to tlnd work
on tho atuRu and needing hla menla,
llnully ohtulned the promlao of n con
dtictor'a Job on tho atrvet enr line.
"When do I report r'
"At -I n. in. aluirp." nnld the mnnager.
"Shade of Uoolhl" exclaimed tho
Theaplan. "I couldn't ataud audi
hour. Tho lines would offaot tho anl
iry. Why, I'd bo Inlo for rehenwal v
ery day." IjouUtIIIo Courier-Journal.
A Hungry On.
"Your atnmnch la an ntTecteil thnt I
fear we alutll hnvo to opurato for It re
nmvHl." "All right. Remove It 1 nover tuo
"You never uao R) Whnt bualneaa
are you In?"
"I'm n poet." IIoiiHton Post.
Mr. Morry -Jnck Jonen. I nm told.
Inputted while ho wna being married.
Mr. Orouoh-Well, haven't moil lieeji
known to J"ke on tho scarroUU Haiti
Kdlth-So you ure really engaged at
inxtl I'm awfully glud to bear It,
dear! tiludya Yea, I waa aurc you
would bo. You hnvo lean competition
uiiw. lAindou Mall.
Dangaroua to tha Diaphragm,
Jack Reggie lufngltiea that he Is n
hdy killer. i:tbel-Well, he Isn't far
mi. We RlrU n I mont dlo laughing
hv inmT Ibwton Truuaerlpt.
Wo aro beat of nil led to men's prin
ciples by what tbuj do, Rutler.
"What on earth mado you huy that
in iu iiuiwrj tuau ww iierjuj
marked qowtx. -Kxcnanga,
""-" - - "
It l n great mistake to try to IIt to
Borrow or nvou ywtorday today. ..
VERDICT AGAINST EX
Ileilmoiiil Miiii'm Alleged Ignoritiice
of Dmtv I'likcr Doenn't Contlnro
Jury That lie Wiin n Klranacr
Altogether In the f'ame.
PJUNKVII.I.K, Mny 10. Ono of
the caaea tried before Judgo llrad
xhav. thla week that attracted at
tention and provided nmuacment was
thnt or the Stnto va. II. F. Jonea.
.lone la the exmayor of Kedmon 1,
and waa r.nnrRed with gambling. U
will bo remembered that he acquired
tho "ox" portion or hla title through
the forcible auggeatlon of Governor'
Weat, after conviction In n Juatlco'n
court on a charge of gambling, lent
Dcaplto all tho poraunslvo olo
qtienco of J. A. Wilcox, tomo time
recorder of Itedmond, who looka like
Gladatono and who actod aa Jonca'
attorney, the ox-mayor wn found
guilty by a Jury of hla peer, and the
Judge fined him tir.n.
Homo of tho testimony wna enter
taining. For Inatnnco. W. A. Hell,
dlatrlct attorney, round It ncccaaary
to aak Dillon, tho detective and the
itnto'a chief wltneaa, "How do you
play poker?" Dillon proved hlmaeir
good rorgottor, but rememlercd
enough to be nble-to atato that when
lone flnlahcd he "had no chl to
eaah In." Jonca' quick loaaea, ac
cording to Attorney Wilcox, clearly
estniuiBiiea die fact that he never
tumbled, na thoy demonatratcd hla
ignorance or the game. Hut tho Jury
didn't acorn to take thla point or vlow
ind waan't oven Influenced by the
fact, demonatratcd by tho defenac,
that ono can't play poker In Ited
mond on credit.
Tho Joaea defenae was chiefly
'taaed on the allegation that the ex
mayor played aolcly aa a munlclpla
detective, to ferret out evidence.
TRACK MEETAT REDMOND
Ilend Ilcpre.cnlcil by Three HIrIi
A triangular high achool track
meet waa held at Itedmond Saturday,
(lend being repreaented by three of
the high achool boya. Prlnevllle won
tho meet, acorlng 72 V4 point. Red
mond waa second-with 41 and Rend
third with 12.H points.
Tboao wbo took part In the meet
from hero wero Ivan McGlllvray and
Claudo and Lloyd Kelley. McGlll
vray won the dlacu throw, 89 reet
10 Inches, and tho shot put. 40 reet
i Inchea. C. Kelley tied for second
place In the standing broad Jump.
A larce crowd or students and town
people went down ror the meet. In
cidentally, they had some fun at the
'ixpenae of Robert II. Gould, who was
it tho Hotof Redmond with hla brldo.
Tho orowd got together n lot of old
ahoea nnd tin oana and thoroughly
decorated the nuto of J. C. Rhodea.
who had gone down to meet Mr. and
Mr. Gould and W. D. Choney.
Fl'XKRAL OF MRS. HOOD.
Tho funeral of Mr. Frances A.
Rcod was 'bold nt the homo of her
dauRhtor. Mra. W. J. Crabenhorst. at
10 o'clock thla morning. Rov. K. O.
Judd officiating. Mrs. Rood died of
pneumonia Monday nt 11 p. m.
Francos M. Anthony was horn on
April 23. 1845. near Atwater, Ohio.
On October 1. 18C7, she was married
to Warren D. Rood and to thorn wero
born thrco children, two of whom
Bttrvlvo Mra. Grahonhorst nnd E. D.
Rood of Flaaher. IS. D. Sirs. Rood
camo to Ilend with hor daughter last
; Hot rolla and bread nt the Ameri
can I la Very every afternoon At B
o'clock. New More on Wall Mrvd.lOtf
Ulblo school at 9:45 a. n. Preach
ing service nt 11. subject "The Amu-
ranco of Salvation." Hrotherhood at
3 p. m. No preaching In the evening
oh acount o'f baccalaureate sermon at
the Methodist church. Tho young
people's meeting will be held at 7.
Prnver mooting Wednesday evening
nt 8 o'clock. Choir practlca Thurs
day evening ut 7:30. '
Servlos Sunday morning at the reg
ular hour, 10:30 o'clock.
There will be special sorvlcos on
Sunday, tho. ISth, at the Star Thea
tre, at 11 a. m conducted by tho
pastor; subjeot, "Walking; With
God." Mrs. B. R, Post will Blnu a
.. -u- M.......V.... nj -t u m.
school graduation sormon by Rev, R.
f. Vnwhiin Th Ftnnflnv mliiuil will
meot at 10 a. in. at tho Star, Rosa
UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS
for Summer Wear
White Lingerie Waists
dcsiffns, sizes Jil to 42, $1.2
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00 a
dcsiffns, sizes Jil to 42,
Infants White Dresses 65, 75, 85, $!,$!. 50
Ladies' and Misses' White Dresses
in voiles, ul lovers, etc. latest models, pricedfrom
$5 to $8:50
NEW DRESS ACCESSORIES
Jabots, Lace Collars, Robespierre Collars
25c, 35c, 50c, 75c
We carry Machine Needles for all kind of Sewmj Machine
THE MOST IN VALUE
THE BEST IN QUALITY
J HATS, CAPS, FURNISHINGS, NECKWEAR
K.KPt.l.IKNCI.I OITICIAX COMING
Dr. Kenneth T. InR. optician and
refracting specialist, will Iks In Ilend
for a period of ten days beginning on
May 22. Dr. Long I a competent
and experienced optician and will bo
prepared to make examination and
preacrlbo and fit glasses. While In
llond he will mako his headquarters
it the otrtco of Or. U. C. Coe and ap
pointments may bo made with Dr.
Coo. -Adr. 10-11
AM0NQ THE SETTLERS
NORTHEAST OF TOWN
(Special to The Bend Bulletin.)
Mr. and Mr. Charles Hoech spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Wal
ker at Alfalfa.
Mrs. Luis Ellington and Carl Har
nand. recently from Germany, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
On April 12 a seven-pound girl
'aby was born to Mr. and Mr. It. E.
Tho father and slater" of R. E.
Grimes, from Salem, aro visiting at
The baaket social held under tho
ipaplcoB of tho Eastern Star Grange
on May 10 proved a delightful suc
cess. Tho proceeds of the evening
ONLY THE STRONGEST LEATHER GOES INTO THE
HARNESS WE SELL. YOU CAN KNOW THAT THE
HARNESS YOU BUY FROM US WILL GIVE LONG.
WE DO NOT SELL "CHEAP" HARNESS AT
ANY PRICE. BUT
' FOR A CHEAP PRICE.
BUY YOUR HARNESS FROM US 'AND YOU
WILL BE "HITCHED UP" TO OUR STORE FOR ALL
TIME FOR ALL YOU NEED IN HARNESS AND
Skuse Hardware Company.
Wa Kvfjslr Uus of All KIsKtt. "
tit $1.75 and $2.50
voile and lawn, neat
$1.25, tf C
(Special to Tho Bend Bulletin.)
POWELL BUTTE, Slay 11. Mrs.
Sarah Phillips, who has been v lilt
ing here during the past year, and
her son Ruby, wbo has been here the
past few months, expect to return to
their home In Canada the flrat of tho
Mr. Blair and family are new ar
rivals In this neighborhood, coming
Mrs. D. A. Paterson has been sick
with the grip but is much better now.
W. J. Galbralth and chlldern are
Just recovering from a siege of Uie
J. P. Bowman Is hauling potatoes
to La Pine where he get 75 cent
to $1 a sack.
A. D. Morrill la pulling trees on
the L. P. Uahlen homestead.
Creamery men from Redmond were
In tho neighborhood last week en
gaging cream of local farmers, as
t&oy expect to sVirt the Red
creamery soon again.
Powell Butte has teen tlslted by
several fine showers during the past
week Just what was needed by tho
George Schobert is still planting
potatoes on that 90-acre "patch" of
hi. He says ha will leave them In
the ground for fertilizer If thoy aro
not a good price this fall.
WE SELL GOOD HARNESS