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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1913)
I1KIW UUIjLKTW, BBND, OKK., WKNKAV BKITJUMKR 10, JOJIt.
to our temporary
location next to
building is being
rolled down tho
Patterson Drug Co.
The QXolg, Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Hurry Hllcy wa In town Monday
from m Pino.
' !(. M. Thompson returned from
Hhorirr QhIhh uf It tumour was In
Ilond lnl Thura4ajr.
C. 1.. WInwt of Turoalo wm Ih
IBWH 1I(H(1)' ItkiIIhk.
, IMIlor Ilrown of ike Tfjmalo T1hm
wm III -tawH jNaHenlay.
ilm. A. M. Itm left oh atHrday
'MlMtit'M imlii for Seattle.
W. II. Gay uf Port Keek Ja been
iIm town the hi1 few tiny.
Noil Sly of I Pine wm rogtaterod
,at the intot llulie Hotel Friday.
Fred WImm of Slat urn whn regis
tered at the Hotel WrlKUt HHnilnf.
Mr. a ml Mm. J. If. Stanley ware In
from llio much Monday uliopplng,
MIwkhi Uvn Graven mhiI l.4s Porno
went lo Portland Thursday night,
F. A. Hlionflimxt was In town Frl
day from hi lllg Monilown ranuli.
A. I). Lewis and W. II. II. William
en in i) down from I ho ranch .Monday.
M. I). Kniitseu returned tho flrt
of dm week from u trip In I.ako
J. Ilotinlck of Fort Hock wan In
i town luil week, a guest tit the Ilutul
Tim Pralornnl llrotliorhood un
iioiiiiciin it dntico fur 'Jliumcluy, Bop
,1, I". Pope, innnnKor of tho Pioneer
Telephone Company, In ovor from
Cliarlon Iloyd ninilo proof thin week
before ('onuiilHKloiMir Mills on liln
desert eliilni. ( i
I). T. llodKim anil Mr. Ktttllng went I
Io I'ortlnlid Hiindny night on u uliort i
Mr. mnl Mm. Junri Hulloro en run
In Monday m-nnlug from tliolr homo
Hlmul nmir Alfnlfii,
ll III UIIIK 111 IHU IHJIT Hllllll IJI1UU, j
.1. ...- .. .. .1 ... mm '
mo uui'K niuiHiin opium nHpiomuur i.i
mnl uloHim Poliruury If.
Tlio Indies of tlio Methodist HplHflo
pal cliincli held n stiouoasful food mm In
ut O'DoiiiiiiU'h Hnttinliiy.
MInh Norn Hoblm of I'rlnovlllc linn
siiiieeodiid MInh Mury H. Coleman In
llm local telephone olllce.
J. C. llliodi'H, Wnrd CMIiIn nnd Ohm
Perot warn In Prliievllln Monday, go
Iiik ovr In Mr, Rhodes' cnr.
Afliir n "vnnnllon" of several
weeks, Joo Tnggart In tiaek nt tliu
desk at tint Pilot Ilutlo Hotel.
W, (J. Gillette ii nd Ktnrlla Fryrear
wuro up from Itndmond Katurday,
rcKUtcrod at tint llolul WrlKlit.
Mm. Clara I). Wllllnnm and rod,
J. U. N'IcIioIh, woru In town Monday
from tliolr ranch near l.nldlnw. .
I,, n. Maltitynoldii and Harry Wyno
left Hiindny iiIkIiI for tin Itoiindiip
nt rmidloton. koIiik by way of I'ort
land, Jimtlco of Iho Pooco V. V. Orcult
of tlm Di'Hcliiili'H dlritrlct Iinh nmlKii
i'd. HI micuumior linn not boon np
It, A. I'nott lant wik look ovnr
tlio confi)()tloiiry l)iiliii'nn of C. I).
ItiirKln. addliiK tlm Mock to liln luk
MUh U)tln l)n Armond, uftor n two
moiitlu' vlnlt In llmid, Inft lat Wid
nimday nvimliiK for hnr Iioiiiii In Mc
Mm. IIiikIi O'Koiip. who linn bnon
at tlm Mtmliorii and vlnltlnx In Port
land for Kovornl wikn, rotnrnml Hhii
Oindiictor CharlM Fotr of Ilin
Ortmon Trunk, who Iim tfii Itait oh
h moath'M vaenilon. U tmek on th
run to llmid.
lUlph and T.-ll. Hardy of Yaeoll,
Wanli.. lirothwm or Mm. Dlnttck, Mini
U1 llrunkti of Portland art vlaltiNK
J. V. IXmlck.
Tlio (Jprit Kttltcli.
Klxi'N mill Mni'M.
Motliriv-Ttto lli'i'l I'i'iitiirr.
Ilnuirlio Illlly nnd llic Hlcp
rJnuntli'tn of WiiHhliiKtoii.
Hi--!! mnl lloiiry.
It Wnmi't lnlii Aflr All.
IIIn Honor Tlio Mnyor
Ovrr TUt Plionr.
Woe of lint tie.
(Jtrnt Wnll of (liliin.
Indlnn .MiiIiI'm Wiinilii.
4otnV Joiinli liny.
Itril nnil Wliltn Ibrnt-M.
To lice! I'Vntiirc.
A MimIitii llorxi.
Aunt KMiVm Visit.
Your Fall Walk Overs Are Here!
ci miDfun, ni. tvfiH irg
S. C. Caldwull. Uft ihh hmhiIhx for
hnr homo In ItuHcnn.
T II. 1'olnr rMturitad from Port
land WiHlHHMJay. brlHRlog with him
hla family, who hare pHt part of
tll HHWIMwr Ht KlIMHIIfl.
(!npt. Hint Mm. John P. Yimiiik loft
Monday momliiK In tliolr uhIo for
tliolr Iioiiim In Kan PrauelH-o, koIiik
ly way of Klamntli Pall.
A. V. Orion and wlfo worn at tho
Pilot lluttu llotol Monday from Port
laHd. Mr. Ortan wan formorly roRliv
tor at tho l.ukevlow laud olllco.
W. Ilyrd Puko or tho N'orthwMi
Towpalto Cotiipauy of Phllndolphln
wan In town Haturday lookliiK ovor
tho iroirtlun .of III eomiiaiiy.
MfM Kdnn II. CoruollMin of Port
laud. Mho haw Ix-mi vUlllriK at Kort
HiKk nnd nt Tliu Tu)'. up rlvor. ro
turnod luat work to hor homo.
jOcaA Qmft- lt ,f
af've leen reading in the Sunday fiaficr
Aovt you can "make oveA" old cAa'xAi and
ihinp and have them look aaod a new,, J
Louahl Jkome fuAniixiAc fiojtiih and iaficiry
and irled io make neu, an old oiuxa.
a spoilt a clAcM vsoAth moAc than a
new chair and JinaAhtd my thumt uith the
hammcA, and the oid chaiA looked woAJc
7lo moAe fixlna oveA old vVoAn-oui
fuAniture foA me.afUl Luynexw,
' ' . Q evcA,
(P,S.-3ecaxAe he hai a Lia conA ianmeu.t of.
rxas and neur style in dAeiseri, chiffon"
ieAA and otheA fuAniture jxiit oAdcAcd in
(PoAtland, of 'II lxy fAom
kb. TL uiompson
Where Your Dollar Doea Ita Duty.
Tlm Udl'-ft Aid Soclnty of tho
MothodlKt Chitrrh will melt noxt
Wi'dni'Mlny nt 2 30 o'clock with Mm.
Kfnnk Bchoolor In l)oMhuto addi
tion. ltalftlK tho Krado on Ilond atn-ot
linn made It nMomary for Aune llro.
to ro-loeato thidr waKon m1o. Tho
work ha hoon done In tho )wt few
Tho atrMt Kmdlnic Hiidr th dl
roctlon of Tom Mnmlir pruKrM
Ihk rapidly. At irMiit th erotv la
huay on Mtauwota itraot south uf
John T. Whlatler chw Ih oh j-
lorday montliiK'n train ami wont out
at-oaM to liwpoct t work Ml the
UIPrrnt oampa of the' t)Mliitim
Mr. and Mm. 0. P. Putnam, wttk
tliolr mih David and Mr. PutnAHt'a
fathar. J. H. Putnam of Xw York.
limit tho wofjk wd at MoI.Ihk'm on
Thnro will to n iiiootlnR of the V.
C. T. U. ThumJuy oftornoon,' Koi
tomlior 11. nt tho llnptlut church nt
2:10. All munition and frlond aro
urKd to eon io.
Word haa hcon rocolvod lioro that
John O'Donnull. who formerly lived
horo. died ail week In llolllnithani.
WukIi.. na n result of an operation
Tho nxpresH rates between Port
land and Ilond were reduced tho first
of tho month (0 cents on tho hun
dred, nnd It Ih understood that there
will bo further reduction In October.
The Fraternal Ilrotherhood last
Thursday ovonliiK took In a elasa of
10 candidates, lirliiKlnK Ita member
ship to about 60. After the lodge
closed tho members enjoyed ii'danc
utir llnnlay. Mlwi Mary A. Camp
bell of the Double. O ranoh, Judpe
I.. WelHitor nnd U. Ktubblelleld of
Portland were hero Saturday nftor
noun on thalr way to Portland, Bolng
out on the night train.
Dr. A. A. Uurris, who Is now living
nt I.ebnnou. Ore., enmo in Monday!
mornluK. Hi h, C. a. llurrls. In
In from his HnmptoH homoatead and
they will fence 100 acroa which Dr..
Ilurrle haa north of town.
The Deschutea bank building has
been moved to Ita new locution south
of Thompson's storo nnd Patterson's
will tin moved tins wook to tno lot
next to llenson's. building. 1.. A.
HrnndouburK has tliu contract.
Ono of Purst tiros.' trucks, with n
load of cement fur tho Tumnlo pro
ject, broke through tho bridge of tho
llend Wntor l.lKht & Power Company
while itomIiik Friday nnd had n hard
time getting on tho roud again.
A Qreat Northern box cnr loaded
with lumber got away from the train
crow Friday night nnd wus derailed
on tho mill spur. It wna pulled back
on (he track by a big engine Sunday
night and dispatched to Minneapolis.
Owing to the bridges between hero
nnd camp 1 on tho Tumnlo project
being too weak to hold up loaded
nuto trucks, tho contract for hauling
cement from llend nwnrded to Purst
mm Ms JrSim I mmiW-j r3M I
VMJMF M. ) T&WZ&M-r
Ladies' $3.50 to $5.00
Mens $4.00 to $5.00
We invite your inspection, of the new
creations nnd wide range of styles.
Not only Central Oregon but the whole
orld is wearing Walk Overs.
Don't wear that wear-
ied look wear
NEW AUTUMN WAISTS in Flannels and Ginghams
JUST ARRIVED. We are showing a splendid variety
of the verv latest models d"! Of- d"! A A
$L.Ld IU )0.UU
The Store for All the People.
linn been turned ovor to Auue
, tho next lowest bidder.
Warner's Rust Proof
BUY YOUR CORSET at
A WARNER Corset
means more than
correct fashion. It
means Fashion, plus'
Tho Sunday school of the Metho
dist church will hold n picnic on the
I. D. Wleat lawn next Saturday, first
meeting nt the church at 1 o'clock.
All members of the church and Sun.
day school are invited, nnd nlso all
children In town not attending any
Tho first shoot this fnll of tho
Ilond Hod and Gun Club was held
Sunday afternoon at the traps on tbe
Slsomore place. Ous Poret of the
Peters ammunition company was hen
and did some fancy shooting. There
will be another shoot noxt Sunday
at 2 o'clock.
Now poatoltlcen have been estab
lished In Crook county at. Dry Lake,
with C. A. Hengteon as postmaster;
at Harney, with William II. Barney
aa poatinasier: at Highland. With J.
It. Itlvera aa postmaster. Dry I.ak
Md Highland are near Hold and
Harney near I'rlncvllla. It seonw
unfortunate that Uarney was chosen
aa a name aa there hi already a
IlariiM iKMtofHco In this county.
II. K. Koon returned this morning
from Portland where he had been an
Mr. and Mm. P. Kwlng Martin and
Mm. Martin's mother have gone to
Portland on a visit.
C. S. Hudson took Mm. Hell and
Mm. Prlnglo to the Metollus yester
day, returning last night.
J. W. nnd Isaac Now of Ornndvlew
wore Ilond visitor yesterday, regis
tering ni tno note! llend.
W. J Graham, a Portland real es
tate man, spent leMerdny n Huud
looking over property with a view
Tho Afternoon "500" Club is en
tertaining tlila afternoon nt Mm. LM
Ilroeterlioiis' In honor of Mesdnmea
1-:. D. und Anna Wilson.
Mr. and Mm. V. M. Wilson of Voi
der, Alaska, who own considerable
property in Central Oregon, are In
town, guests nt the Donti Hotel.
It. A. Whiteside nnd J. E. Currnn
nro in town today from Lost Creok.
Thoy report considerable Interest be
ing taken there lu tho building of a
Tho baud will hereafter give Its
concerts on Sunday, ufternoou nt 2:30
Instead of on Friday evening. The
concert uoxt Sunday will bo on the
old Drako lawn.
A largo number of women attend
ed Mrs. Mcintosh's full opening yes-
torday. Refreshments were served
nnd thero was music during tbo af
ternoon . .Many mire iiibob of tn?
new styles of hoadwoar wero mndo.
A birthday surprise party xvob
given Q. V. Arnold nt his home In
Kenwood last night. Tim dlvorslon
of tho evening was "600.", At mid
night lunch wus served Those pres
ent wore Mm. H. O. Karris. Mm. G.
W. Shrlner.-JIr. and M"r. Fred Kstet,
Mm. W.y P. Downing, Mr. and Mm.
N. W. Caldwell. Mr. and Mm. Fred
Ilozell of Itedroond. Mr. and Mm.
Julius Kortnian, Dr. Crop of Port
land nnd the Arnolds.
Frank Hlkstead. who has been In
Walla Walla for tho past few weeks,
returned to llend last night.
XKW POSTMAhTKK GOKS IX.
The smiling face of Jake Iloone
now greets atrona of the pontotllee
at the wicket. Ha took poaeecaloB
at midnight oa the 2nd. William
Led ford, the retiring poatmaster. haa
not yet announced life future avoca
tion, but Intimate that he may take
n homoatead and go to ranching. Mtaa
Stella Hodgoa. who was an applicant
for the position, still remains chief
Indies, rail at Mm.' .McIntoslt'
ilreMHiiiaklng parlor nnd leave your
order for Hplrcllu Cort.cts- Mm. A.
Madam Goucher. the fashlonablo
milliner or liend. Oregon, will have
her grand millinery opening on Fri
day nnd Saturday, September 12th
and 13th, 1913. at her millinery par
lor. In J. W. Goucher'8 Jewelry store,
on Wall Btreet. llend. Oregon. No
carried over, out of date goods to
show, but every article brand new.
bright, attractive, up to date gooda
bought of wholesale houses In Su
Paul. Minn . and Portland. Oregon,
within the last 60 days. Madam
Goucher has had 26 yearn as head
milliner in the largest millinery
houses la Now York City and Boston.
All are cordially Invited to call. 27
i Advortlsemont. )
LOOK AT THE
MOKEY WE aSAVEP.
That the: wayi& keep .
Your, Pocket Book,
FILLED IS NOT To
PAY More Than You
OUGHT fOR WHAT YOU
BUY. WE ?AN SELL
YOU THE BEST AND
Ave YOU MONEY.
When Walk Overs go ou. Shoe
Troubles go off.
WE DON'T nAME VOU -
WE DON'T BLAME ANYBODY .
FOR WANTING TO GET THEIR MONEY'S WORTIli
WE KNOW THAT ALL SMART PEOPLE ARE TRY-
TO GET FULL VALUE FOR THEIR
r --. -.
DID WHEN WE BOUGHT OUR HARDWARE AND
WE ARE GOING TO GIVE YOU PLUMP
VALUE FOR YOURS. WE WON'T LET
ANYBODY GO OUT OF OUR STORE DIS
SATISFIED. IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY
COME TO US. A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR
Skuse Hardware Company
Wt will give a $5 casting rod for the largest trout caught tfcit ,