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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1913)
));NI) IIUI,l,KTlNr JIUNH, OKB., WKDNKHDAY, AL'UUHT 27, 101.1.
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others. Each sheet
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Now on display and
sold exclusively in
Patterson Drug Co.
The JJ2aC Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
II. A. Cant wan up from Deschutes
Hnlunlnjr, being registered Hi tliu
C II. Dusenherry returned yester
day from Portland whore ho Iib been
fur nix weeks.
II. II, DnArmond inmlo threo trip
U Prlnovlllo liiMt wook on profess
Mm. I. W. tlllvnrlCKith of Hllver
Lkowa In llend Hatiinlay on her
way to Antolopo.
J. II. Huner wm uver ywitorday
from Prlnovlllo In hi unto, brlnxtnK
with til hi Km lUntt.
Mr. and Mm. A. I.. Hunter Hint Mr.
9ml Mm. J. N. Hunter am nt OiMI
B.nke dti nit outing trip.
Mm. John llwrtx of Tenlno, Wash .
arrived Monduy oh tliu mux Id liar
humoMte;td l aim n oaf Hold.
Ttlluinn Router, (ho well known
(lrook eounty dry farmer, returned
Monday from Klamath Kail.
Tim Presbyterian Indict' Oultil
will nit Wednesday. Heptumhcr 3,
nt tliu liuimi of Mm. O. U. Ilunklo.
8(iwir ussessmonta for tlm uptown
dlitrlot uro duu today nnd those In
the uulKiMown district on Septem
IS. It. Toil left yesterday with nn
niito load of lamUeekrrs, taking them
trniMo look over tlm IjiKo county
. l!lm,er Merrill and family, formerly
of, llund, came In Friday for n visit
ot. u week or longer. Mr. Merrill U
now locniod nt Willow Hunch, C'ul.,
hdiiK miiiloyi!il ii h bookkeeper In tlm
oIIIcm of it lumber eompntiy,
Mm, J. .1. AdiiniH nnd children ro
timiud hint wimk to I'orlliuid uftin
n vlulL hiiio with Mr. AdiuiiH for hoiuo
Mr. nnd Mm. Minor of Portland,
thn iikimI imruntR of F. O. Minor, i
exported hi tonight visit thulr son
14. I), Payuo, roprwiotitliiK n I'orU
Innd nnfn ilrni. Iiiih hoeii In (own ro-
eoiitiy in commotion with (ho pro-
poseit city imiiiiiiiK and Juli.
Oooiki' X. Wendllng, Hu (Inn I'riin
chtro uiipltallNt, wiih In llund Monday
and wiih doing shown the (Inihur In
Oil section hy John K. Itynn.
K. Cyrus, W. II. Cyrus, Miss Cyrus
and Mm. Smith of Hlstors und Miss
llnyley of l.nldluw composed n party
that took dinner ut tho Hotel 1 1 end
J. K. Hlawnrt, who has been dolus
geological work for tho United States
In KlMinnlh county. In hero on hlic
way to Portland nnd will tomorrow
sell at Aiiiiu'h barn IiIn team.
h. F. Wakefield of Crescent and
I)r. ft. It. Hamilton. Mm, Hamilton
nnd MIm Helen llumlltou wore hern
Friday, koIiik over thn mountains, to
Portland by tho McKenxlo route.
Rtntn damn Warden William l
Flnloy and Mr. and Mm. William P.
Richardson of Portland comported an
automobile parly that stopped ut tho
Pilot mute nn Sunday. Tlioy wero
rvturniitK from Klaniudi rail.
Drover Clerking of Lnldlnw wn In
town yesterday lookliiK for men to
help In tlm hay Melds, lull did not
nnd It an euiy tank to hooiipj them
Ho Hin tlm Heeond ciittliiK of hay
la hotter than tliu first, which wan It
MIsr Ooldln lloko left Inst week
for a visit with relative and friends
In Kansas City. Him l muklnit tho
trln hy war of Portland. Hen tile and
Hpokune where she will timku short
stops. Hhu will ho away from llend
ror an linluiwilto time.
Ituv. V. I Van Nuya of Pnrkdale,
Ore., will preach In the Presbyterian
church next Hunday moriilnn and
ovenliiK Instead of Itev. II, I",
llnriier. un .orlKlnully aiinuunced
Itev. Van Nuya It reputwl In Im a
foraeful and plenslni; speaker.
K. A. Kathvr returned yitsterdny
from Purlland with an uuto dellvory
WKon, tlm second for llend. It Is u
twin to H. C. Caldwell's, and Clint
Whllted has eliNlIeiiKwl Hather to a
rare. The cur was shipped by boat
to The Dulles and drlvwn In from
Tliere IwIhk n ttenrnty of younu
ladles at I.nldlaw, the youK ion of
tnai town eamo to iimm wmniay nnu
with n Levy of local Klrla wuut iilo
HlrklHK !ve the Hlseliiora tiUre
Sunday nftornoon. ' HiirliiK the
iiiurHliiK several of the visiting men
played tennis with tho locals.
Tho Jieiid Odd Follows worn hosts
Monday eVenliiK to tliu Itebekahs and
n number of Invited frleudN, there
belli k about CO nt tho social t;athor
Inir In Mather's hall. The eveiilnic'i.
liroKram Included several short tulks,
proRresslvu whist and danoliiK. He-
frrshmcntK of leu cream and cake
K. F. McKeo nud family, who havo
been IIvIiik tumporarlly In a tent,
havu rented and moved Into tho Mut
ton house. Mm. McKeo will leavo
for Chlcnico within tho next mouth
to dispose of thulr Interests there,
us they hnvo decided to make Mend
their irmnnrnt home. Mr. McKee
Is cashier at the depot.
UnUi Hhe lfl ();ien
in Old Jiiebeo-I0e I.uiik'is
1 1 roii ro llllly's Oi'ittefuluess
The I'rnra 'IViuiicll
A Cliuiiio Deception
The Fie OiHnrri
The CtdleKO flittjwsrono
The Children of Japiui
llulldlnc PoutHiii IJHdtxi
.Nwlhe Industrie In Houdnn
Husplrloui Henry-Four Ha) a
Itmuli Om ner's lnvMnkliiK
Tho 3lrMKe of the 1'mIhiw
.in i i
I'lrktWck Pflprrs, To ItwN
Dr. .Mium ell's Kxprrlment
CO 7tiUS,Jtecl S&crpTW
jCa-uAa and heA hxLand jiayed tih uJ
iaii nijA. Tioow itve fi raised the fuiniiurc ''
in our iftaAe Aoom 2ou feci jtikc having
your fAiend cotnt to Vlsif: you if youA home
A4 LcaxtiifuJtiy fuAniihcd ifirouyioui, clon'i
11h.en you jo to Zruy fuAniiuAc, you
Should not onty know thai ihe ilylc i& ripht,
H Iixtt iUai ii i jiAonoiy made and you should
' aa'io an honeit iioAe uheAe yay.viAjt bow
t Uaiihc firice i Ai9hi. 1 " '
fliwuyj youA fAiend;
' ' ,, '
J, S&A Mfitt, quality anUprlet wilt alt 6e right, and''
you'll hay a big atoek to shoast from, If you buy your
furniture from ,
dl M. Jll
Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty..
down from his
Cort Allen was
A. M. PrliiKle returned Sunday
from Crane Prairie.
Mr. und Mrs. John K. Kynn wero
In from Tho Tule Monday,
A now sidewalk has been laid In
front of tho Pilot lluttu'lnu.
M. 8. Iattln returned Friday from
an outliiK trip at Odoll Lake.
J. II. Wennndy went to Portland
Hunday to visit Airs. Wuuundy.
Frod I.ueas was up from Itodmond
last week, spendlnn several days.
Itnjjih II. HrowHlu- was eonllned
to tlm house by lllntata on .Monday.
I,. I). Hoy of Summer Lako wad a
KUtMt at tho Hotel WrlKht last week.
Tho IIHiIko CIhI) will bo enter
tnlned FHday by Mm. W. W. Faulk
nor. J. W. Hlnilak and A. M. Moore
spent Sunday on a fishing trip up tho
AiiKtist A. Anderson of Redmond
was realstercd nt tho Hotel WrlKht
Fred N. Wallace waa In town Fri
day. KettlniTJihlnKles to cover n hous
ho la bulldlne.
J. W. Tyler, railroad agent at
Pickens, Miss., la vlslUng W. C. Mc
Culston, his cousin.
II. T. Dealy of Hear Creek Ilutto
was In town last Thursday, a Kuest
at tho Hotel Wright.
Tho Fraternal lirotherhood will
itlvo their monthly dance lit Bather's
hall tomorrow evening.
M. A. Kowalski of Kenotton, Sas
katahawan, was In town recently, a
Ktiest at tho Hotel WrlKht.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorgo Ihuter of
Moscow, Idaho, spent last weok visit
ing Mr. and Mm. O. M. Patterson.
Silvia Parrea of llend. who I
camping at Odoll Lake, killed a bear
und two cubs last week. Itouv West,
who Is apendlng the summer nt tho
lake, la also reported to h'ave shot a
boar und u oub.
9t will pay you to visit
our utore, fou will find
Acre the latest styles in
Uailoreo and Oemi
WE HAVE ASSEMBLED COMPLETE STOCKS
FOR SCHOOL WEAR. ,
Children's Black Cat Stockings, heavy O -$fr H tZn
weight, double knee 1U1
Heavy weight, triple knee, linen toe and heel 2C
Children's Dresses, in new de- (r "fn 41 O Z
signs and materials, price from. V tU pi.7ft
Children's Shoes, the best and the cheapest. WE STAND
MACK OF EVERY PAIR.
Boys' New School Suits, double breasted t "2 4-r t A
and Norfolk styles ... V LWPU
Boys' Waists and Shirts, priced tZy 1 Cat Zfin
for Children's Week at ADK,, OOS, 0J
A Complete line of Underwear for Children.
This is the store that saves you money on Dry Goods
Shoes and Furnishings.
of Satin, SPtusA.
7h t chic an it da ring m al
els of the Autumn sea
son are the close fitting
brim, the tarn crown, the
mushroom effect ami the
new "(SocAney ' ulat,
7lv have all the la 'est
trimmings in Wings,
Cfaney leathers and
, Our Salt Opening occurs
on the 9th and 70th of
siirs. S. s4tcJ7ntosi
Mm. C. It. Cook, of The llend
Company's office force, Is on n two
weeks' vacation vlslUng friends in
0. P. Putnam left Saturday even
ing to Join Clyde McKay and Clark
Ithodca on their bunting trip In the
W. It. Skey, representative of tho
traffic department of the O-W. R. &
N. Co.. six-lit Friday here, looking
over tho country.
Mm. J. P. Koyes and children, who
havo been spending the Unimex on
Puget Sound, are expected home tho
ln.t of the weok.
C. V. Silvia and C. B. Shnppsrd got
bnok tho Inst of tho weok front their
trip Houth, uot being away as long as
Mr. Silvia stated they would.
Tho Afternoon 600 Club of ladle
spent last Thursday up river on a
picnic. Tho weather was line and
the women, had a pleasant time.
Mm. II. K. Allen, MIm Winifred
Abbott. Dwlght M. Davla nnd H. A.
Milter comprised n party that climb
ed Pilot Ilutto Sunday afternoon.
W. J. McOlllvray, formerly of
llend, arrived Saturday from Pasa
dena, Cat., where ho Is now living
He will be here a week or more.
Mm. 1 learn, Mr. McCulston's sis
ter, and Mm. Yonchum, mother of
Mm. McCulston, arrived last Thurs.
day from .Memphis, Tenn., on a visit
J. II. Eaton, state tax commiss
ioner, who has been visiting nt La
Pine, left Friday morning for Salom
It. K. Eaton accompanied him as far
Tho Wlcst family moved lost week
from the house which they have occu
pied alnco first coming to llend, into
Uio .residence formerly rented by
A. II. Cousins, fiscal agent of tho
sixth district of the forest service,
und Forester Clerk Douglas of Prlno
vllle, visited tho local forestry ofjlco
Jnok Tansy and J. J. Itynn rodo
out to the tatter's rnuoh on Sunday,
They report gardens as looking well
with oucumbors and roasting ears in
Mm. J. C. Nelson, who has boen
visiting hor dnughtor, Mm. W. 1C.
Parker, und huubaud for tho pant
two weeks, left Monday for her homo
Cnpt. John and George Voting and
families woro in Prlnevllle Saturday.
Oeorgo was appointed deputy county
surveyor for this territory by County
Miss Edith Putnam, aunt or 0. P.
Putnam, arrived Monduy night for
u short visit. She Is returnlug to
her homo In Washington. D. C, from
u trip to Japan.
Mrs. B. D. Wilson was overcome
by tho heat whllo nttendlug church
Sunday and fainted. Sho was taken
to ,her homo and will be confined to
tho house, for a, few days.- , .
Mrs. Florence Lunbeck-Powelson.
who went to Seattle on the excursion
train last week, Monday, returned on
Frlduy. J. It. Lunbeck, the grand
father of her deceased son Ralph, is
now visiting her.
Mm. A. M. Lara has rented her
house to William H. Walsh, who baa
been living In Kenwood. Mr. Walah
wllj take possession about September
9, after which Mm. Lara will Join
Mr. Lara In Seattle.
I. W. Farrls, who has been with
the engineering force on thn Tumalo
project, apent Sunday and Monday
here, leavinc Monday evening for
Salem whore he will re-enter Will
amette University thla fall.
The band gave a concert on tho
old Drake lawn Sunday afternoon,
thla being the first entertainment of
this kind In several weeks due to tho
fact that somo of the leading idayora
had oven out of town,. A-largo crowd
enjoyed the music.
A. R. Wright, an agricultural ex
pert, who has been with the land
classification crew on the Metollus.
enmo In with Supervisor Merritt Fri
day, nnd went from here Saturday
night to do work with n crew in the
Ulue Mountains near La Grande
O. C Henklo and tho party of
homesteaders whom he showed over
Catlow valley returned tco llend last
Wednesday evening. Four of the
men located, filing at Hums. Theso
are Frank Curran, Thomaa Peterson,
Frank Hartford and Dr. Mowery, all
of Uurke. Idaho, and their claims are
In Cat low valley .
Charles Long, who ban been clerk
In the Paulina forest office at Cres
cent, spent Sunday here, be and fam
ily being on their way to their homo
at Ferndale. Wash. It is understood
that the Paulina reserve will be
made a part of tho Deschutes and
Fremont forests, the office at Cres
cent being discontinued.
The baby of Mrs. Creed Triplett
of Eugene, here on a visit, was taken
very 111 last Saturday at noon
as a result of having eaten peanuts.
It was taken to Dr. Ferrell's offlco
and there was considerable excite
ment before the physician arrived as
the child was said to be dying, but
It was soon brought out of dangor
by Dr. Ferrell.
I bbbsV ?. TPraMl a sal
YOU ARK GOING To 4
FOR TWO REASONS
is You U Look For rr
2 You'll see it
whether. you look. .
FOR IT OR. NOT
DUSTER DROWN IS CONING TO TOWN. TO WORK
FOR OUR STORE. EVERY WEEK FOR A WHOLE YEAR
HE WILL COME INTO YOUR HOME AND TELL YOU
ADOUT OUR HARDWARE AND OUR METHODS.
WE HAVE ALWAYS COT A DIG. CLEAN STOCK
OF HIGH CLASS HARDWARE AND OUR PRICES
WILL ALWAYS SAVE YOU MONEY. WE HAVE
BUT ONE METHOD TO GIVE YOU A SQUARE
Skuse Hardware Company,
.We will give) a $5 castlo rod for, the largest trout caught ,iktt staaoa.
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