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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1913)
WiNn nUIifcTlN, UKND, OHK., WJBIlNJMnAY, HKPTJUinKK 17, 10111,
TO OUR FRIENDS
We wish lo state
that our store was
troyed by the lire
We will be open
Tor business tem
porarily in the
(across from the
ture Store) just as
soon its insurance
new stock secured.
Wo hopb to merit u con
tinuance ol your put-iuiut;t.
Patterson Drug Co.
The ScClgg, Store
Wo will occupy our for
mer loCUtlUtl lit K)II II
M'W- llUlldlllg t'Utl b
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
W. II. May or (list wu In town
MIm C. Honnley of Oatwway spent
Monday Ih llemd.
Mr. Mitl'Mr. J. If. Stanley HftoHt
Momlny In town.
C 8. II ml ik) n I having u garage
built Hi hi homo.
K. I. Madiwn of UwKkMtoN BfoNt
ytordny In town.
'. C. Oarriion ha returned from
hi trip to Cowt Bur.
K ('. I.HillBnm of IhaicHHtv
wa n Hcnd visitor Thursday.
Mr. nml Mr. Fred Homll wer up
from Itodmond ovor Sunday.
. fleorgo lUwIlloH of TerrofctHito
MH it lluiii) visitor Haturdoy.
The Prcvbytorliui Guild la tweeting
thin afternoon with Mm. French.
II. A. Miller went to l.'ortlnnd Frl
ilny nlKht, returning Utla morning.
Key. F. Harvey proarhed nt tho
Presbyterian church hero hint Hun
day. William Hcndemon of the taldlaw
country wna trading In Heud yewtor
tlay. J. C. Ithodo wunt to Hum last
week on ,ono of tho Fumt motor
Ilonry Lyon of Antolop won nig
tutored at tho Hotel Wright on Sat
('. V. Carmlahaol of la Pine woa In
town laat week n guest at tho Hotel
J. J. Hynn went to I'orUafld Bun
day iiIkIu on IhuIiiohi returning yes
terday morning. t
C. A. llano, n raorehant at tho
Narrow, ciinio In I'rlda from Port
land where ho hud boon buyliiK a
Jonlia OUnoii, who Iiqb boon work
ing In Porllnnd for tho liint your, hurt
relumed to llund.
( I. Mo-oil loft In lil uulo Mon
dny for Kliiiimlli Kail to ho gnuo u
week on IiiinIiuik.
0. 0. decking wiih In (own from
Lnldlnw on ThiiMilny, registered lit
tho llolol Wright. '
.lumen Welch, comliiolor on tho
Oregon Trunk, lum uenu I.nnt on u
In 1 1 colonial rnloa aro announced
hy tho riillroiid In offuot from Hop
tomlior itii to October 10.
At Luciim won up from Itodmond
Hiitiirdny. Ho Ih having a severe
lego of rhoumnllHiii now.
.Mr. II. H. Hell find Mr. A. M.
Prltiglit aro Hpmidlng three weeka at
llllng on uio .MotoiiiiM.
Mr. II. A. Kultimiiii of Citendo
Uicka Im it guest ut tho llolol Hond.
Him I visiting hor hoii Jay .
Mr. iitul Mr. J. W. Kmbody of
Silver Luke uuio up to llend Friday
HtoppliiK ut tho llolol WrlKht.
During tho nliM'iieo of Supervisor
Merrill, J. A. Hrlnkloy I acting sup
ervisor of tho Deschutes forest.
Tho PrlKcllln Club hold their Drat
regular meeting of tho fall ut the
Market homo Monduy evening.
George K. Iloovi-r nrrlved in town
Hnlinlay with n now Ford cur which
he hud drlvon In from Tho Drill on.
Kdltor Frod I. a Folltitto of tho I.n
I'luo Intor-Mountalu wus roKlntorod
at tho Pilot Hutlo Hotel Kuturdny,
Mr. mid Mm. M. I). WrlKhl of
Hmkuno nro oxpoctvd huro Kuturdny
to vllt tholr mom. Frank Hdnnutt.
It. M. Hmltlt and family, who Ion
tlulr home hy tho flro Friday nlttht,
nro alnyliiK at tho Mny upiirtuuiutx.
T. J. Noud of I'orllnnd, who la In
torortfd In Contrul Orcnon tlmhor,
cuiiic In Tlmrmluy on a bijilno trip.
J. H. Putnam loft Krldny, roturn
IriK lo Now York via tho Cnuudlnu
i'ncllto. iifltr u ton day vlnlt In
Mm. C. Ilrntz will Itmvo tomorrow
for hor homo In KIkIii. til., aflor a
llt of two month with tho MImcn
Mr. Crawford and MImcm ltn
and Jo'ihlun Crawford of tho OIt
community woro khoppora In Hond
CjHorx" llrowtor. watormaKtor for
tho woat lilo.wa In Hond Thumduy
nlKht, KoltiK to lraldlaw Friday on
A ruHient aldowalk la holiiK laid In
front of tho Two Jlia naloon sn
Hond atrcot. .Thl tnakoa eowotit
walk for a full block.
A HatONii car of trowt fry for Uto
DoHrkuiwt and trHrathry watora In os-
hoMoh at any tirao mow, acconllnK to
Uvnaty Wardon McKay.
A. A. Ollmoro. a tatunoktoadar In
MllllruH Valloy. I aiek at hl homo,
and Or. Coo waa eallod from Hand
lat wook to nttoHd him.
J. C. Turnuy of I'orUanri, who la
latorcvtwl In oil protoeta In Harnor
county, wna ut tho llotol Hond Mon
day on Ida way to Hum.
Axlo llyo, oiio of tho Tunialo pro
J cot auporlutcndcntv, wua hroSo
tcrdoy with a force of raon utilondlnK
tho iwrtablo eoncroto intxof and on-,
Mr. and Mm. Kll Wilton camo In
from thnlr Warm Sprint; homoatoud
lat Sunday for aupiillo. Whllo In
town thoy aro atopplni; at tho llolol
J. Hoy llnrvoy, formerly V. S.
Forot BuncrvUor at Hond. ha boon
npiiolutod auporvlnor of tho HIukIuw
rcoro, aeeordinK to tho rurtinmi
The Mflhodlit Sunday whoolt pie
nlo hold laat Saturday on Mr. Wlcit'a
lawn wua 'grimily onjoyod by thoao
lire wit Had will loot: bo rowomborod
ny tho chlldroB.
Tho llwtd lodKO of Kulahta of
I'ythlaa havo chtHion N. V. Swill h and
Joo Innoa as roiirofontatlvoa to tho
Ktntc convention lo bo bold In Port
laqd nit moath.
N. Ilrowti of N. Crowa & Soua. of
tlurn. ta hero. Friday from Port-
Depot) Kivccthciii 1.
Tho (iriiujn llydrottcn
Volley of liiii(ierliriiiincil
Ifo Wnl led.
One fiooil Torn.
I'rlent mid tho Man.
A IPttcr to L'mle Hum.
Wiilcrfull of Idaho.
A Heart of tlm Forc(.
U'nmK Hot Ilc,
lulled by u Maori Clileflc.
DoK Hoiim lliilllcr.
"SEHLE YOUR FALL WANTS IN
I have just returned from a recent buying trip to
Portland and have collected values 'from tlie lending ,
manufacturers, which I believe are unequaled in the
country. Below I.miote a few prices, merely to give
you an idea of what I have here waiting your inspec
tion. St" '
Lovely Solid Oak dE e x-. ltC
Dressers from...- S JsJJ iO ty&J
KLQed0"k $ 22.00 to $30
Splendid Ash and dy C a-. (1 C
Royal Oak Dressers P Jv W IJ
Handsome Brass 1 9 Lf ,. CJt K
Beds, full size, from P -W lU f-J
Strong Iron Beds, enamel finish $3.50 to $15
Sagless Springs, the durable kind $2.75 to $9
Other articles for the home too numerous to mention,
E. M. THOMPSON
Where Your Dollar Dot?a Its Duty.
land whore ho had heon making pur
chiiKon of Kooda for hi ttoro ut tho
Hnrnoy county ncnt.
A number of well fruited branches
of plum and npplo troo nro on ox
hll.lt nt tho Flml National Hank.
Thoy nro from tho ranch of O. II.
Xorcolt two mllwi bolow Luldlaw.
Tho OroHon llluu Hook for 191S
lfllt haa boon liuod ami contain
a lot or information aiioiit thu atuto.
Seerotnry of Htnto Oleott will mall a
copy to aiiyono wrlllHK him at Hjilom.
The llotol Hoduiond. tho landlord
of which hi A. C. I.ucn of Hond. waa
Hild a fow daya aao to W. M. WIIioh
of Valdox, Alaaka, who traded la
aomo Rwalloy ditch land oh tho dual.
Kftectlvo Monday, tho ikwIoHIco
hour wore ehaatied by I'oHtmaalei
Ford. Tho general dallfory window
now open from 10 ii. in. to C p.
in. Tho olNco formerly cloed at
AmonK tbe Idaho frlond of S. It.
HoRln who havo auttled In the
Hamilton Vallay aro Floyd McNott
and brother llurrull. whoo homo-
alouda nto cat of tho pestuMco three
J. M. CYcnahaw, who made thlnpi
warm for Itodmond while ho wus
ufiator of tho Methodlt church there,
hna been ent by tho Columbia Itlver
Conference to Flnley und Klonn,
Mr. and Mm. Kdwln lllnncy of
New York, tho parent of Mm. U.
I. Putnam, arrived last ulKhu Mm.
Hlunoy will remain for'nn Indeflulto
vtalt nnd Mr. Hlnnoy will return oat
In about ft week.
Tho county teacher' Inatltuto will
bo held at Prlnovllle next Monday.
Tuctday nnd Wedneday, and nil the
lonohorn of tho Heud district will at
tond. There will ho no Mhool on
those three daya.
A. J. Strahorn, n noil oxport who
haa been engaged In tho Metollua
river laud ctaaalllcutlon thin aumuior,
haa completed hi work and came In
yeaterday mornlnK, going from hero
to Wiilla Wnlla. Wnsh.
I'rellmlnary claimlllcutlon of tho
I'aclllc International Mvoaiook Kx
position to be held ut North Portland
lum been laaued. Mnnaier O. M.
nummer states thai no will mall n
copy to anyone desiring It.
O. C. Hutxleu of Qouutsec. Idaho,
wna located Inst week by S. It. Ho
gin on a 310-noro homostoad three
mile east of 1 lamp ton nnd will take
up his resilience there utter January
1. Ho oxpecta to teach school In this
J. II. Dopps, who hna como to Cen
tral uregou to eugugo In farming,
shipped In a carload of livestock from
Oranger, Wash., tho cur arriving ou
tvrday morning. In it were 15 head
of hogs, 11 cattle, 2 mules and 3
I. O. Mclteynolds, Harry. AVyao.
Karl Myora and Charley Carroll roji
retentod Hond at tho lloundup nt
Pendleton last week. They report
a tremendous crowd In attendance,
with tho uccoiumodutlouB ample to
care for nil. ,
Mm. II. J. Overturf nnd her In
fant daughter, uccampauled by
Trained Nurso Lumburt, went to
Portland lam week, n lower altitude
being advised for tho baby. Mr.
Overturf nnd "Junlr" loft Saturday
to Join them.
Captain John 0. Young nnd his
wife, purenta of Ucorgu S. Young, re
port u quick trip from Hond to Snn
Francisco In their Ford car. Thoy
left horo Monday morning anil reach
ed Ban Francisco Friday night. The
uistunco is uaa nines.
Hond Bfudcntu who attended the
Oregon Agricultural College last )our
nre leaving this week to re-enter.
John Sather, Fred Lucas and Mar
garet Wlest return for tho full
term, hut Stovo Steldl will probably
not go until after Chrlatmau.
Among those taking dinner nt
HelsliiK'a ou the Motolluu Sunday
wero M. A. Lynch, Miss M. Hutler,
Lottlo Hutlor. Veto Hanisower of
Itodmond, Mr, und Mm. Hay More
house, Ward H. Coble. Walter
Coombs, It. A. Johnson, A. M, Pringlo
und uonald Hudson of Hond.
Tho freighting outfit of thu Duma
Hard ware Company which waa hero
for goods figured In a runaway noar
tho warehouse Monday tnornlug. The
ton' horses, pulling throe wagons,
mndo Milng lively for a fow minute
hut no norloiiR datnngo wn done.
Several of the home got aklnncd and
O. A. McFurlntin, one of tlm "alxo
rnn" In tho lut county Judgeship
rare, hnn sold hi law practice at
Itedmond to Hnrdlck & Murphy nnd
hn moved to llockford, III. Ilurdlck
h Miirnhr will have olllcoa nt Mo-
jtolliiH nnd Itodmond, Murphy hnndl
lug tho MetolliiM end und Hnrdlck the
Clyde McKay and 0, W. Bhrlnor
went to Rand HprliigN on Rfllunlay to
observe the condlllon of the font ,
fire In that neighborhood and In
Miiecl thn new gntuu rofuga ostnbllli
ed by the Inst leglNlnturo. Tliev ro-i
turned on Monday reporting that tho I
many flro hod been put out hy tho,'
forest aorvlco. !
Miss Kurn Hhouso, alstcr of Prof, i
J. H nhoiixe, will bo married nt the
home of her Miter nt Ilnu'don, Ore.,
September 25 to Joe Bchmcddlng.
Mis Shouse la well known In Hond
where alio resided two yearn ago.
The couple will make tholr home In
the Philippine where Mr. Hohtnedd
lug Is engaged In expert accounting
Wllllntn lianlcy ame In this morn.
Ing from Portland.
F. Uwlng Martin la expected homo
from Portland tomorrow.
C J. Hagcn waa In from his home
stead nt Imperial yesterday.
Madam J. W. CoucW had a very
fliicceasful millinery opening Inst Sat
urday. Donald Hlandlng left Sunday for
Chicago where Im oxpecta to study
commercial art during the corning
Mm. Ada n. Mllllcan came In on
the train today from Prlnovllle on
her way homo from Newiioru whoro
ano spent several months.
Clyde McKny nnd fl. W. Bhrlnor
loft this morning for a trlti of Insnee-
Hon of the fire district nt Ia Pine,
unvis iiko and crane Pralrlo.
John T. Whistler of the United
Slate Hcclnmallon Survey spent Sun
day in iieiui and .Monday morning
left for Crane Prairie with C. M.
itedneld or Deschutes.
Tht bid for the-school bonds wero
to have been opened Monday but ow
Ing to aoine of the rchool hoard being
away it was impossible to have a
quorum and meeting.
The sale some time aco of the J.
W. White property. Including Hond
bualnoaa tot, was not confirmed by
tne court ana it win tie resold. The
prtee obtained waa too low. It la said.
At the reeoat meeting of the
County Court the order granting a
wldow'a pension to Mm. Sandtne of
Hoiiii waa rescinded, tho court finding
that tho pension bad bn granted In
Dr. J. 1 1. Cnnnarn baa moved bis
office to the fiathcr building whore
C. V. Silvia formerly was. the latter
taking the omco or Dr. It. 1). Ketch
un. The Ketrhum have gone to
Prlnovllle for the winter.
jne sun u ay uregonian contained n
group picture, of the Celllo Commis
sion, of which Vernon A. Forbes In
n member. Mr. Forbes went to
Portland Saturday to meet with the
other tuemticm of the cummlsloa to
dlscusa preliminary pinna. He re
turned this morning.
Tho condition of Mrs. Fcrrell to
day Is critical, although she waB re
ported a getting nlong nil right until
last night when there was a turn for
the worao. Mm. J. M. Uurkhart and
Mrs. Leon Cuip, her mother nnd
sister from Marlon. III., are with her,
having arrived Saturday.
A. L. Hunter hna leased one of the
store rooms la the new Mutzlg build
Tho Oregon afreet grading Is be
ing finished today nnd a start made
on Wall street.
A poatofllco haa been established
nt the 47 mllopost on the road to
Hums, with J. H. Coffey as postmast
Mm. Hay Morehouse. Mtaa Giles,
D. K. Hunter and O. F. Smith left
today for Crater I.nko in Walter
Young People Were Married
Hrlde'M Home Lnt Friday.
On Friday morning nt eleven
o'elock occurred tho woddlng of L
0. Malkson nnd Clara Harton Vin
yard at tho homo of tho brido'a
parent. Mr. nnd Mrs. N. P Vlnynrd.
uenr the llumo several miles south
of town. The Kov. 13. C. Newham
jierformed the ceremony.
The groom, who hna been residing
nt Terrebonne, la aged 20, and the
brido IB. Thuy will reside lit Heud.
Those present were Mr. und Mrs. C.
P. Nlnwonger. Mlsa Ida Nlswonger,
Miss Noff. the groom' mother,
parents und family of the bride.
After the inarrtago a sumptuous din-
lire was served the guests.
Uoy Vlnynrd wna best man and
Mlsa Malkson bridesmaid.
all women and chil
dren who are inter
ested in the newest
coat ideas to call at
our store. Our
showing is very dis
tinctive you'll see
quite a variety of
garments, all priced
at very reasonable
Ladies' Coats $7.50 to $25
Children's $2.50 to $7.50
NOW IS THE
TIME TO BUY
that new Sweater
Coat. We have
an entire new lot
which we have
"The Store for All the People."
The following births occurred last
week: To Mr. nnd Mm. Jack Savoy,
n girl. To Mr. and Mm. C. 1. Camp
bell, 'h girl. To Mr. and Mm. D. C.
Hendrloka, n girl. To Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Scott was born a girl baby at
Portland on tho 9th. Mr. Scott was
construction railroad engineer hero
when tho Oregon Trunk was built. A
lj-pouud girl was born Saturday to
Mr. and Mm. G. W. Fullerton at the
Pilot Hutte ranch; n boy waa boru to
Mr. and Mm. T. M. Avery Sunday,
and n 10-iound boy to Mr. and Mm.
II. Helgoraon, who live seven miles
oast of town, today.
OI'K.NS OFFICK IIKltlC.
Dr. A. H. Cropp, o druglee physl.
cUin from Portland, Is opening an
otllce this week over the Deehutea
Hunk where ho will be found dally
from 9 to 12 and from 1 to 6:30
o'clock. Adv. 2Sp
THATCH Kit TO COM 12 HACK.
Tho Hulletln has received word
from Col. Charles V. Thatcher, who
la now In Seattle delivering good
roads addresses, thnt ho will bo at
Laldlnw for tho iiurlculturnl fnir
thero on October 2. After thnt ho
Intends to devote a month or more
to campaigning throughout Crook
county In the 11. tresta of the roads
DUN COnOMGS TWO"
Local Men on Ilrink of Matrimony
Aro Mcrrltt nnd Hoon.
During the week news of two
weddlngs-to-be baa got abroad; just
how many mora are Imminent de
ponent knOweth not. However, It la
worth noting that the city recorder
threaten to railroad through an
ordinance prohibiting stenographers
from getting married without giving
alx months warning.
M. L. Merrltt. supervisor of tho
Deschutes national forest, left Sat
urday morning for Dexter. ' Iowa,
where he will bo married tomorrow
at 11 a. m. to Mlsa Nelllo I. Drown.
Mr. and Mm. Merrltt Will como to
llend In October and oxpect to reside
In one of the Wlest bungalows.
The other local man on tho brink
of matrimony Is R. K. Koon, sewer
construction engineer. On- October
22 he will be married to Mm. Adele
H. Schonft ut Portland. After tho
Shoe ahlned at George's barber completion of work here Mr. Koon
liop, Oregon utrcet. 13tf wure ne w, maVt, ,lj8 homo
AIIOIIT AdlllCULTUUAL KXIIIItlTS
Secretory Gould of tho llend Com
mercial Club calls attention to tho
Information by Soorctary C. .0
Chapman of tho Oregon Develop
ment Lcnguo regarding exhibits for
nil ouslern land shows. Proper tags
for those will bo uupplled hy Mr.'
uouid. Thoro will be no transpor
tation charge on tho entries, which
will be stored and classified in Port
land until they are sent east, to their
County Treasurer Jordan has
isauod u call for all gonoral fund
warrants up and to Including regis
tered number 1319. The. call Is
dated September 11 and states that
no Interest will be paid after that
THAT WHEN YOU
IN A HURRY
IF YOU WANT NUMBER ONE HARDWARE IN A
HURRY. CALL, US ON THE PHONE. WE ONLY J.EPX
NUMBER ONE GOODS. WE ARE NOT
FOOLISH ENOUGH TO THINK WE CAN
BRING CHEAP STUFF HERE AND, FOOL
PEOPLE. WE WILL SERVE YOU JUST AS
HONESTLY AND QUICKLY BY PHONE AS THOUGH
YOU WERE IN THE STORE,
Skuse Hardware Company
We will give a $9 castlag rod (or tee larccst trout caugbt tbfe eeasoa.