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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1913)
IN A FEW DAYS
We will be open for busi
ness. Our goods are being
arranged as rapidly as pos
sible, and will be ready for
inspection the latter part of
this week. Temporary lo
cation next to Bend Theatre
The Patterson Drug Co.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Tim Jnnk Htunloys woro In town nt
Miss Mnrthn Hldnor haa licon III
Tom Rlinrp of I'rlnovlllo wtta a Yin
Itor In Himil Thursday,
0. II. Duannbury cmiio In from
Portland this morning.
W. (I. Fordhnm Iinm been appoint
ed pontmastnr nl 1m 1'Ino.
II. II, On Armoiiil returned Moiu
tiny morning from Portland.
Tim Ladle' (lulld la meeting tlilit
afternoon with Mm. Format.
Mr. nml Mra. J. II. 1 Inner woro
over from I'rlnuvlllo Htinday.
Mr. nml Mm. Alli'ii Wlllcoxon of
I'owull llutto went In town Monday,
O'Donuoll Ilroa. niinounro tlmt
they will not bo open nt nil on Hun
day. N. I', Welder wont to I'nrtlnml on
Monday iilKlit for ti trio of about ton
Tito IorkIhk camp of Tim llcnd
Company have whut down fur tlio
A now (iroMwnlk la being laid to
ilny tin Wall atreql at tlia corner of
Tho Afternoon 660 club waa onter
tnlned laat Thursday by Mm. Trunk
Mm. Nulllo WrlKht Iim bought nn
MHto for iim as n tiitl bus mid fur
Oharli RlmiiliuryiUKli returned
last week fr,om n mention trip to
Mr. mid Mm. It. H. Koon rotnrncd
Tuesday mornlni; from thulr honey
Joo llruior of Rpoknno arrived In
town Monday to look ovur hla prop
Walter Coomb took n party of
hunters from Luldlaw to Crane 1'rul
The Uend Company haa replaced
Iti msaw with a turgor mnclitno of
tlio snmo kind.
Jnck Tanaey liai taken Into part
nemhlp with him B. K. LIuso, recently
Mr. and Mm. J. II. lloyburn enter
tallied n number of friend at n uji
per Haturday night,
Tli.. ririilftr ilnnrA mt thn Htllu
narlptlon Dancing Club waa hold on
Inst Haturday night.
Prnnk Kulp rotiirnod Monday from
lila trip to thn Knat. J. II. Wenandy
went on to I'ortland.
Fred Htanloy. Josso Htoarna mid
Mr. UyltHi of tlio o. I. Cumpany
were In llund Hnlurday.
An electric sign wna hunK Mon
day In front of A. I.. Proueh's atoro
advertising "Men's Wwir." .
Tho Lndloa' Aid Society la inuot
Ing for n aoclnl aenalnn nl tho Van
dovort homo thla nfternoon.
(leorKo I'. Iloovor loturnod laat
wenk from Portland whero ho hud
been In a hoapltnl with fovor.
BEND THEATRE TDMIBHT
"A Littlo Teaso"
"Getting up a Practice"
Lovo Before Ten"
"Near to Earth"
SiniiiK Wednesday and
Saturday Nights by
Admiuion: Adolti 15c, Children 10c
A "hard times" danca will bo Riv
en by tho Fraternal Itrotherhood In
Hathur'a hall Thursday evening.
Thorn liaa boon nn unuaunl amount
of foK bunging over tho western hllla
In tho early morning for tho past
Mr. and Mm. I.. D. Wlcat wont to
Portlomt Hundny night to cotiault
phyalclana regarding Mm. Wleat'a
Itev. Ilortram iJ. Warren, tho Kpls
copal clvrgymun, will not hold aor
vlcea tonight aa announced, becauao
Tho Ileiid Company haa hod an tin
uaual run of III luck with Its horaea
lately. havliiK had ono dlo at tho log
kIiir camp and another vary alck.
Pulton P. Ilnfnor mode final proof
before Commlaeloner Kills Monday
on hla homcatoud In Mllllean valley.
Ilia wlineiawi wore J. A. Ilatuka and
Mm. (I rllll ii and hor two children
nru visiting hor brother, Kdward P.
(Heene. Mm. Orllfln haa resided In
Japun for n. conaldorable llnio mid la
now on routo to Ohio.
C. II. Harmon wna In town from
his Hampton humeaload yoaturdoy.
A nrew under Tom Murphy graded
OreKon atreet In front of tho uuw
Mtitilg building yoaterday.
II. P. Ilrnndon of I'ortland han ar
rived In llund and will bo conneotod
with tho United Waruhouaa Co. na
lioforo brolllntf or trying
BERT SHUEY, THE CASH GROCER
Sufiur, per ewt. $5.70
There is no doubt you will have
them Thanksgiving, Thursday,
November 27,191 3. Nice furni
ture adds greatly to the pleasure
and comfort of entertaining your
guests. Look around your par-,
lor, dining room or kitchen, see
if anything is needed, and I will
appreciate the opportunity of sup
plying your wants. Everything
for the home. Prices and terms
E. M. THOMPSON
horo Your Dollar Does Its Duty,
bookkeeper. Ho will bo Joined by
hla wife In n abort time.
U. II. MnOIII, who linn been em
ployed In tho Owl Pharmacy, loft laat
week for hla homo nt Hhorldan. Joo
McKay, formerly horo, In nillnt; tho
poaltlon vacated by Mr. McOIII.
It. II. Hamilton and wlfo of Knter
prlno hnvo como to Ilond to mako
their home. Mr. Hamilton la em
ployed In Pattoraou'a drtiK atoro. It
will reopen thu Inat of thla week.
It. II. MutrlK, who haa been horo
alnco aprlnK ovomeoliiB tho construc
tion of hla new bulldlnK, loft Monday
nlKht for hla homo In Ponnaylvnnla,
koIiik hy way of Kan Antonio, Texan,
whero ho Ima property Intoroata.
ICd (loiitry had a narrow ocpe
from a n-rloua acclditat at The lnd
ComiMiiy'H yard Monday when a
whiwl druppod off a truck ho waa
Wilding, overt u nil ii k tho truck with
ita load and the homo that waa haul
Applo Day wan olmorvtHl In Ilend
yectorday. At the Hotel Wright v
ory eoumo on tho dinner bill of faro
oontnlutHl apple In Homo form, nnd
at MaunhttltHer'a atoro a box of tho
fruit atood oen for all tho help
Adam I'nlmor waa in town Mon
day from hla homeatcad nt Highland
and mado final .proof before Comrala
aloner Kllla. Mr. Palmer lived on
tho land only a year, bolng credited
with two yoam an account of nrmy
aervlco. Mia wltnoaaea wero Martin
Hallmeyer and Cornellua O'Kcefo.
P. II. Johnaon, who waa In town on
Monday, stated that tho Mt. Pino
Inr roadhouac, locatccT at tho 28
mllepost on the road to Hurna, would
bo formally opened next Saturday
with a IjIr dancn and ontortalnmont.
It will bo conducted by Mr. Johnaon
and I. L. Owen, homesteaders In Mll
BEND SCHOOL HOTES
A program waa rendered Friday
afternoon by some of tho atudonta
In tho hlKh-srhoo). The main
feature waa tho rwltlnir uf fairy
talea, which has been nearly clawed
with claiulcal Htorlwt uf lato. Thoae
taking part wen Leltoy Fox,
Mario Pox, J.loyd Itoynolda. Mlaa
Mlxter, lluth Cnldwell and Uenovlevo
Uerrlsh. Miss Dotaon alao had ono
of her ceoond grado pupils recite.
A party waa held nt tho homo of
Mlsa Ulndya Fleming, Saturday
night. Kvoryono had a aplondld
tlmo. After rofrcMhmonta had been
werved, miialo wna furnlahed by ills
Dalphn Klinefelter, nnd ovoryono
had n ftno danco. Tho main foature
of tlio dancing wna n moonlight
waltz, na all of tho llghta wont out
for n abort tlmo. Thoo attending
wero: Mnrjorlo Smith, aonevlevo
Uerrlsh, Mnrgarut ThompHon. Sualo
Kelley, Francea titeldl. Mario Pox,
Uladya llrandonburg, I.eoim Spring
or, Allco Howard, Mary Llnstor,
Dolphn Kllnofoltor and flenovlove
Mcl.aurln. Wllllo I.fliBtor. Molvln
Uodlonta, Clydo llnuck, Ilaymond
Tiioraou. llugn Tiiompson, i.oroy
Fox, Arthur Vandovort. John Stoldl,
Itobort Innea, John Johnaon, Kver
ott llrandeuburK, Hvorott Arnold.
Kmniett I.lpplncott, Ualph I.urar,
Charlea Hosell and Howard Uorrlsh.
Mnny onjoyahlo games woro
played to nay nothing of tho fun
pulling tntfy. Tho gtrla caught
tholr pnrtnora by throwing a hook
and lino throug.lt a hole- In tho door
and pulling on It.
Mrs. Illttner has this week had
perfect nttomlanco, thoro bolug no
ono olther tardy or nbsont.
FONEIML OF MRS. BRAGG
Hcrilci'M IVMiiy J.nrKoIy Attended by
Friend of I'lifortunnto Woman
Tho fimornl aervlcoa of Mm. C. M.
Ilrngg, held Fildny nftnrnoon at tho
liuptlHt elmrcli, woro iHrgoir attend
ed. PnrtlclpHtfnK woro tho itobok-
ahH nml tlio inuinhoiH of tlio Ksnleni
Ilov. 1C. 0. Judd preached n abort
armou, nnd thero waa mIiirIiik by a
picked choir and a 10 by quartet
of OraiiRH memtmni. . At the grave
Mr. IC. Jl. Poet Nflug the IieliokaH
Ioi1k ode mid the Oraiino rendered
"Nearer My Clod to Thee." The burial
((temony of the llebekaha wae car
ried out at the grave, The pallbear
er were M. 8. Uttln. K. It. Webb,
W. (i. WatWH, O. C. Cenlwell, A. U.
Krcnrb and II. W Ukuae The floral
oTcrlnKa wera rwy heaoilful, conalat-
inK iiKmiix or nieea, eamatlona, ehrya
a ii i be m nine and panalee.
WKICKI.V MAHKifT ItUI'OItr.
SOUTH PORTIAfn, Nov. IB.
Iticcipta for the week hare beea:
(Mttio X3, calvee 1, hone. 2727 apd
LlveRlrk Market Cattle liquida
tion haa been eomewlHit leee thfe
isc'k (him It waa a week ago, but tlio
nrrlvala did not farolah a very large
number of prime head. For the few
rliolf aleera 7.25 to 7.60 waa bid.
Thn extreme top of the weok wae
$7 ;o on Friday for IK atoera. Iluteh
cr atock wna In, fair demand during
thn entire aeeelou. Cow atuff wae the
only kind to atiffor price decline mid
this only when the quality waa poor.
Dulls mid ataga woro steady nt Arm
Iloga Hwlno valuoa lowerod 20
rente from tho old nrlcc Monday Tho
first naif of tho week furnished big
receipts, Monday having one of tho
largest totala on record. Quality
Htock hna neon generally good nnd
pork la being finished moro carefully,
Klght dollara aa n light hog quota
tion hue atood tho toat right through
tho week. Good demand prevailed
at tho lowered prices, market clos
ing steady to firm.
Sheo--IIUBlnesa wob very active.
A plentiful supply of choice lambs
and mutton wna offered tho buyers,
who havo been short handed for some
time. They advanced prlcoe Monday,
but Inter receded and tho close waa
about whero It waa seven days ago,
but la steady. Prices on tho best
Ktuden ant aa follows: Yoarllngs,
$1.75 to fl 80: old atleep, H.I6 to
J4.50; ewee, 3,90 to 4; lambs,
lb. SB to sa. ib.
Getting the most out of Christmas is
buying your gifts in November.
We urge you to do it now.-'
Some desired Items m
ICNTKItTAINMKXT AT ALFALFA
ALFALFA. Nov. 17. JThe enter
tainment horo Haturday 'night waa
good, and enough money wae cleared
to finish iwylng for the orgr.n. The
play, "Pride of the Prairie," waa well
rotiuereii, .Mr. and Mrs. Ham uoyu
and Mlae Itva Bturdlvant, the leading
lady, playing their parts exceedingly
well. Others having parte In tho
play were Frank Ilobarge, Omar
Chamber. Olon Molony, Otha
Molouy, Fred and Leonard Sturdl
vunt. Mm. Danborry and Mrs. Molony
s&ng a duet, "When the Dow la In
tho Llllea;" Chester Williams gave
a recitation entitled, "Jnno Jones and
Hor Troubles In School." "Alfalfa
llutcher Shop." n littlo play, made
a hit with tho children. Edgar
Ilarnca gave n recitation nnd Harold
Molony'a song, "Old Undo Joo,"
mado a big bit.
county man hchool.
Crook County High School dormi
tory la now ready for occupancy. Tho
rooms are furnished with nil necessi
ties except bedding and towels. These
tho girls must furnish. Thoro la a
ulco study room, bath and all con
veniences. A houso matron Is In
chnrgo and one of the high school In
structors, Mm. Walker, Uvea at the
dormitory. Tho ehnrgo per month
la actual coat, $14. Addreee Super
intendent Uaughman, I'rlnovlllo. Ore
rilKt'KH IVK "AI."
Hoaultlng from a recent arrange
ment entered Into between tho state
and tho First NnUonnl Dank of Uend.
nil checks In payment for labor nud
materials on the Tumnlo project aro
now made out directly on tho looal
banking institution. Instead of tho
stnto treasury, aa heretofore. Thla
means that on every check used In
connection with the project Is In the
nature of an ad for tho First National
and for Uend Itself, going as they do
all over tho country.
At tho Presbyterian ohuroli Thurs
day night thoro wna a reception In
honor of tho now mlnlator, Ilov. Q.
II. Wllklnu, Measra Judd nnd Now
ham, of tho Ilaptlat nnd Methodist
churches apoko Informally, and thoro
waa much dollghttul vocal music.
Mm, Coo sang n solo, Mrs, Poet and
Mr. Forrest ducts, and tho Choral
Club aovoral numbora, Mr. Forrest
played a cornet solo. Light refresh.
raontB woro sorvod.
On tho 23d of October. Rlma
lleobo. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
14 . eebc. died j' sci m.i t ojiii-
teat of town. Aenth resulting frrm
tuborculoala. She was S3 yoam old.
waa born In tho State of Washing
ton, and Is survived by throe sisters
and six brothers.
FUNIUMUNTAL MUSIC TUAININO
Classes for children and adult be-
glnnors now forming. Class days
Wednesday at 4 p. m. and Saturday
at 10 n. m. 36-7
EVA LILLIAN OltAYKS.
Just Received . .
You'll want some of these lite
At $1.00, $1.15 & $1.25
New Neat Patterns, Priced at $5.00 & $6.00
Never Before Have We Offered These Values
Priced at $1.50 & $1.75
Ladies' New Blanket Bath Robes
A Most Desirable Gift, Priced at
$3.00, $3.50 & $4.00
All Linen Table Damasks
For tbe Thanksgiving Spread, at $1.00 & $1.50
For the NewestFor the Best
WE HAVE IT FOR LESS"
Services Sunday 11a. m., and 7:30
p. rn. Sunday school 10 a. m. Hs
worth League C:30 p. ra. Dlble
Study Glass Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
Choir practice Friday at 7:30 p. m.
Sunday serrlccs: Sunday school at
10 a. m preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. in. You are Invited to these
services. Drlng somebody with you.
Illble school at 10 a. ra. Preach
ing service at 11 a. in. Subject. "The
Chastening Hand of God." Young
peoplo'a meeting at 0:30 p. in.
Preaching service at 7:30. Subject.
"Where Patlcnco Ceaaca to Be a Vir
tue." Illblo atudy and prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening at 7:30. Ed
win Gcorgo Judd, pastor.
Thoro will bo services Sunday at
10:30 a. m, conducted by Her. Fa
Church of the Hrethrcn.
Sorrlnee oaoh alternate Sunday at
3 p. m. at tho M. E. Church. No ser
vice next Sunday.
IOTATO YIHLO IlKDUCUD.
Tho United Stctes Department o'
Agriculture has leeued a crop report
as of November 1 covering Oregon.
Among the more Interesting facta
contained therein aro the following:
The yield of potatoea la reported at
135 bushels to tho acre as against
165 in 1912; tbe Quantity la 7,290,
000 bushels aa agslnst 10,076,000 In
1912; tbe quality la 94 per cont aa
against 92 tho year before Tho
price la given aa S2 cents n bushel
aa compared with the 1912 price oC
NOTICK FOIt PUm.ICATlON.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon, November 17, 1913.
Notice la hereby given that Inaac I.
Gorby of Portland, Oregon, who on
November S, 1913, made desert land
entry No. 01218C, for SWKNWK.
section 13, township 18 south, range
12 east, Willamette Meridian, haa
filed notice of Intention to mako
final desert land proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before II. C. Kills, U. 8. Commis
sioner at Uend, Oregon, on the 26th.
day of December, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Hoary II. Ford, James Ryan, Otis.
C. Henkle and Joseph F. Thomas.
all of Uend, Oregon.
H. FRANK WOODCOCK.
MliTOMlM WOT" ORDER MADF.
Commissioner R. II. Duyloy was up
from his Luldlaw ranch Monday and
stntod that ho waa called to I'rlno
vlllo for n apoclnl session of the
County Court Saturday, as Judge
Springer had forgotten to make the
order placing MetoliuB In tho "wet"
column again, Tho Judge and Mr.
Dayley mot and made tho proper entry.
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FINE PICKING IN OUR,
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WE DO NOT DO "SHARP PRACTICE" WITH THOSE
WHO BUY CUTLERY AND HARDWARE FROM US. OF
COURSE. WE KNOW WHICH DRANDS OF HARDWARE'
ARE THE BEST. THESE WE SELL.
WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE
SELL AND MAKE GOOD IF ANYTHING
GOES WRONG. WE DON'T DO THIS OFTEN.
BECAUSE WE HAVE LONG SINCE CUT OUT ALL LINES
OF GOODS THAT DID NOT STAND THE TEST.
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