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II1SND IlUMyKTW, BBNI), ORB., WKDNIMDAY, NOVBMI1KH 20, J 01 II.
READY FOR SERVICE
Wc are now ready to serve our
patroiiH in our temporary quar
ters next to the Bend Theatre.
Our stock is all new and fresh
and of the quality we have made
standard in Bend. , You are In
ssssssssvitcd to call
The Patterson Drug: C
LOCAL NEWS 1T1EA1S
Cort Alton wnn In town tliu first of
0. II, llnrinon of Hampton wna In
town hut wook.
Mr. nml Mm. J. II. Htnnluy woro In
from tun ruiicli Mommy.
Mm. Walsh, vim has boon III for
a wook or more, lit botlor,
Mr. nml Mm. !', KwIiik Mnrtln wont
to I'orllnnd Friday nlKht.
Mln Noll Mnrkiil Iium taken n no
Itlon In tliu ulllcu of Ur, Con,
Mm. A. I). Morrill or I'owoll Iluttu
wn trnilhiK In Hond Monday.
A. M. Kmulitll, n J'owoll Hutto
rnnohor, wan In town Huiuluy.
William I1, Thorpe of l.nldlnw wan
lit tho WrlKlit Ilotol but nlKht.
Howard I'nlmor and family nro
now IIvIiik in tliu MutzlK liomn.
Thuni will liti Hurvlco at tlm Onlho
lie Cliureli next Huiuluy imirnliiK at
John Kldnr of Alfalfa wan n visitor
In Ilimd, Hundny, n rimmI at tliu Ilend
County CMinlMitiiinr It. II. liny
ley was a builne vliltor In town
M. It. Conner and wlfn of I'rlnevllln
worn rKltvriHl at the Hotel WrlKlit
M. A. I'nlmer went to I'rlnovllle
yoMurdny mornltiK on a nlinrl bwtl
Itnnnld Holler lian recovered from
nn nttnok of diphtheria nml l ahlo to
lit out HKnln.
J. I. Wind enmo In Irmt nlKht from
Tlio Dallqv to vlult lil dnutshtor, Mm.
Mlimia Anno nml dortrudn Mnrkol
nro In from their homttttomU for
Mm. Chorion H. MIIIh rnmo In Hnt
iintiiy from hur homo a( Hold mid U
at tlio WrlKlit.
A, Leaf from llruih I'rnlrlo blow
In to town Monday, roKUturliiK at
(ho Ilotol Hunt.
1. W. IlimBlny, oiui of tlio Tmnnlo
project oiiKliioorH, witM up from l.uld
inw ovor Hundny.
Jonn Holloro and wlfo wnro In sev
eral ila)n lnut week from tholr 1'owull
Nan It. Cumoy, wlfo of W. I). Cur
Moy, hold to tlio itrnnd Jury, liau ar
rived In I'rlnnvlllo,
(1. Htubblotlold, tlio 1'ortlnnil eni?l
iiiinr. tmiieil throned town Monday
on hli way to Ilurim.
!,. M. Pom of tlio O-W It. & N.
wont to Portland I'rldny nlRlit, re
turn In c Monday morning.
Tlio Iloml Company' mill waa chut
down Friday ami Saturday to make
rupulm to tlio Iok cnrrlKo.
Korea! Huporvlnor Merrill wan out
In tlio 1'lno inouutflln eountry Tliurn-'
lay, rrlday and Haturuay.
Toil. Mm. HnrrlriR'n Colllo do.
died wilrday hh h rmult of boltiK
run ovor by nu auto truck.
Clnuilo Mannhelmer li In Portland
thin wHk on a abort UumIiiom trip,
KoIuk down Hnliiriiay night.
Mra. W. C MeCulaton, who wni
dnnKoroiiHly III with neuhrltl n few
wookm nco, hna now recovered.
Mr. and Mm. (leorgo It. Htnplolon
liavo arrived In Han Pranclttoo and are
vUllliiK Mr. Ktapluton'H tirothor.
John K. Ityan today drove a bunehl
of cattlo throiiKh to Tlio Till en irom
tlio Ton liar ranch for wintering.
Mr. mid Mm. C. H. UufT, with
tholr datiKhtur, hnvo Kotio out to
tholr homoxtond nt Kllvor Lake.
Tim HrldKo Clnh mot with Mm, II,
12. Allon laat wook and will bo en
tertained thin wook by Mm, Dement.
M. H, Uttln nml V. A. Korboii
wont to Portland Huturdny nlKht, ro
turnlnit on Monday uiorulUK'n train.
0, M. (luntlll Iiiih mado n trio ur
rmiKouionl o f "My Old Kentucky
Homo" (parody) for tlm Hand Choral
Mm. ,1. M, Ityan hna boon nt tlio
AlUmmit thin wook. fllio oxpootn to
leave Tliu TiiIom for tlio winter, noxt
The ostorlor work on tlio J, P,
Korea real l once la nanrly anmpleted
and h uunilMRifl rdon wkll la all
The condition of lhw Martha ld
ii t, who ho been vufforlHK from
rbMiiiNtfui, la eonnldernbly bettor
'I'Ho local turkay innrkot wh not
rory 1rUk thin ymr, mIuh bwlni; ho
ld w 1911. Tho irl(w riiKd from II
to 17 oon U.
Konnatli Minor enmo In from Port
land thla moruliiK to apond Thanka
IflvtnK with IiIm pnronla. Mr. arid Mra,
P. O. Minor.
Hurt Mhuoy, who la In tlio knlom
lloapltat, It roeoverlnjc HHllafnetorlly
from lh otiornllon which ho under
Horn Inat nlnht, to Mr. and Mm.
Henry Ktihollch IIvIiik wont of I.nld
law, twlHM. a hoy and it Klrl woIkIiIiik
6 IHiunda oacli.
Mm. H. It. Pont loft Trldoy, Mr.
Poat loft till wook, mid oxpoota
to ko Into it wholoKulo confectionery
buulnoHH In Hpoknuu.
I.. I), Wlogt ban material on tho
croiind for tho conatructlon of 300
foot or additional aldowulk on KlKhth
and K aLroota, In Wluatorla.
Mm. II, I. Ilrandon arrlvod Satur
day from Portland to Join her hua
baud and they have koiio to houao
kuopliiK In Center Addition.
Dm, Connarn and Wllllama will
have thrco roomn for olllco quartora
In tho now bulldhiK ovor tho De
chutoa llanklnR & Truat Co,
J. N. Hunter, W. II. HtnaUi, John
IIIohh nml Carl Hunter wora up on
Davla crook for tliu week-end, hunt-
In ; duckii. They had tho uiual luck
of tho houkoii but few duckH,
li, C Cook, who la employed at
Tht Hond Company' mill, returned
iMt wok from n atny or novoral
WMinthi In the Wlllamotto valley.
Tho Ladloo' Aid Kocloty of the
MethoiIlNt Church will moot noxt
W4nMHlny aftornoon wltli Mm.
Andoraon on (lronMid avenue.
Mm. K. M. MaCulloy and dauRhtor
Evelyn, who have been vuHtlns at
the U. arton home here, loft on
Mnmiay for their home at Hummer
George Coiner of Dry I.ako waa In
town for IiIm winter Miippllea laat
week. He reported that tho hunt
for Alec. Hall hud been practically
0. W. Bhrlner. Prod Iluoy nnd
John Itlls have returned to town, tho
work or poitliiR tlio boiindarloa of tho
Deaehuton Kama roaorvo having boon
tiHpendotl for tho fall.
Hherlff l'rnnk Hlklnc nnd Deputy
For Thirty Days I am making speci
ally attractive offers on furniture and
house furnishings. No gifts can bes
more acceptable than those I offer
you, and nowhere does a dollar go
farther in buying real satisfaction.
Positively Everything at a Discount while the sale lasts.
My building is not the newest in
Bend But you are not Buying
Buildings You are Buying Furni
ture My furniture is new and my
prices are fair, full value prices.
Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty
iD. II, People woro hero Monday ovon
Inir, returning from tholr unnoccemi
ful hunt far Aloe Hall In tliu nouth-
leant part of tho county.
I Mr. nnd Mm. M. I. Hawthorno,
wuo novo noon iivwk on tho ranch
or II. C. Kill, will loavo aliortly for
California, Mm. llnwthorno'a health
hitvIriK boon poor recently.
Mm, 0. W, Lowland 4-yonr-old
ann nrrfwiil Ifrfflnv In Inlti ir Ijiti.
who Ih olork In tho foroalry olllco.
'They nro IIvIiik In tho IiiKomoll Iioiiko
inoroiw from IS. M. ThompHon'a,
I John Dtihiilfi, who I here ovome-
OreHou onnal for the Desert Iind
' Hoard, h announced hie imxkxv
mon t to Mint .Marlon It. Curtis or
Ithnn, N. Y.
Mlai franc Newman, who hna been
nUnogmpbar In the Tnmnlo prtrject
office nt Ialdlaw, left on Satardny
nlght'a train for her home lns8alem.
Bbe xptta to no to l AnglM to
The Odd Kellowa olocied the fol
lowing officer Xondny ntgbt to nerve
during the flmt term of 1114: M. A.
Palmer, N. O.: V. S. Hoffman, V. 0,i
CIoorRo P. Cove, neorotary; Clarence
Iiat Thumday during the anow
l flurrlea hundroda or robblna noiigh
alienor around roeiuoncoe in town.
Kvldently nreut flockn on their way
wni Ih were driven out or their eoume
by ktorma in the mountain.
In Juntlre Ifantea' court will be
heaid I'rlday n caoe brought by J. II.
Htanley aRalnat Kam VaiiRhau. The
complaint la that Vatican tiollutcd
tho water of tho Control Orogon ca
nal by drlvluK nhcop throuKh It.
Tlio Pnmbytnrian Guild will aorvo
a cafeteria auppor In tho old post
olllco hulldlnK noxt Wodneaday ovoti
liiK from 0:30 to 8-30 During tho
day tho Indies will hato a dlaplay of
fanc)-work articles nt tho name place.
Tlio in na Gray made final proof Sat
urday before Commissioner Kills on
bin homcnload aauthoait of Hond. 1 1 Ian
wltnottKca woro O. C. Henkle and J.
W. McConnotl. Mr. Oray'a 320 acrca
take In tho old Whltakor holoi water
John A. Mooro and Florence Mouor
havu been hold to tho grand Jury
under S2G0 nnd SCO cash bonds, res
pectively, on a atntutory oharKo. Tho
complaining wltncw la W. It. Gay.
Thoy waived examination In Juitlce
I'nder the name or tho Hend Newt
Company, It. G. illackwoll has opened
n Hewn atand and confectionery es
tablishment on Hond street. In the
Kormott building. He will handle
loral. state and Western papera and
The Wennndy Llvory Co. has chos
en pink tufa atone na the inntorlal
for the construction or IU garage
building, and the contract has been
let to Y A. Heaver, who began quar
rying Monday. Kxeavation work also
Mm. Powolson now has an art
class In Redmond as well as In tho
county seat, making trips to both
towns each week. Sho has received
ordors for Christmas art stock from
theee two places and also from Tho
Dalles, McMlnnvIllo and Hums.
U A. Hrandonburg has brought to
town several enmples or pink and
blue granlto rock or which, he says.
there Is a big supply In the Long
uiUKo near Ills ration. Tho stono Is
very hard. Should It polish well It
may provo or considerable value.
K 11 Post haa bought tho W. H.
Courtney place, consisting or 40
r.rroa undor tho Tumnlo project, two
mllca north or Kaldlaw. He traded In
his auto an tho doal. This tract was
originally taken tin by It. II. Mutrlc.
It Is consldcrod ono or tho best
pieces or land on the Tumalo segre
It. II. Loven will more his shoe
shop next week to tho Ilalrd build
ing on Hond street noxt to Carmodr's
Half of the room wiP uo tnken by
w i' iwwning u r ims lunch coun
ter, now conducted outdoors. Mr.
Loven Is ir .-tilng up-to-dato ma-chin-r
hkb will he driven by elec
tric motor, and will bo equipped to
turn out u larger amount or work.
We have just opened several new
in the popular blues, inuhornnys, etc, '
4 inches wide, nnd pi iced lo sell nt
$1.50, $1.75 yd.
Also some SMART SILK
in plaids, mc&snlincs, etc,, trimmed
with the popular Medici collars, priced
at $3.75 to 56.75
SILK PETTICOATS--Nevcr have we
offered a prettier line. Lnrge assort
ment $3.00 to $4.50
GIFT HANDKERCHIEFS-The most
extensive nnd complete showing we
hnve ever hnd. Every quality from
the sheer lawns to the finest hand-embroidered
linens and Armenian edge
effects, priced from 5c to $1.00 each
RIBBONS -New Plaids, Dresdens and
warp printed effects, just at the time
you need them. Splendid for making
holiday gifts 20c, 25c, 35c yJ.
SHOP EARLY AT
FINDS MUJOH HOME
IIiirIi O'Knne From Antrim and Alex.
McKcown or Dcrry, Meet In llcmt.
Hugh OKano of the Ilotol Hond
for the i8t 10 dnya has been living
ovor his youth In Antrim, In the
Hmornld Isle, meditating tho forma
tion or a local brnnolt or tho Clau
nn Cael, und planning an Invasion
of I'Utor to quoll tho threatened
outl.roak or Sir Bdward Canon
against Homo Kule. Hnrly last wook
there camo to town Mr. and Mrs.
Alex McKoown with their sou. Al
thoiiKh they registered from Seattle,
something told Hugh that Uioro was
u past in which Seattle did not rlguru.
and he inquired. Then it dovelopod
that his gaaata were Irom Uorry In
tho beginning, nnd that Mr. McKoown
had been born only seven miles from
fl'K'inn'a nun II rat limnn A ullnli.
difference of 32 yoars separated tholr
ilmiill tlirrm frnm tlm ",iVlil ami'
Hugh Inning left homo 49 years ago'
nnd tho youugor man only 17 years
ago. Hut yoars nio nothing whan
you moot n man from home, and so
tho two hnvo Bpont all tholr nparo
tlllin tncrntlinr tnlklnir nvnr llin Inml
of Citchulnn, and tho Joys of a "drop
Mr. McKoown has taken up a
hnninatnnft 111 XTIlllnnn vnllnv nnH
after spending tho wlntor In town
win ko uiu io ma cmiin iu inu spring.
DKATII OV KKLK HUFF.
Krle O. Uufr, who had been ill for
Bomo time, dlod early Saturday
n rning ot acuta nopurttis. lie was
10 yoars or ago and the oldest culld
and only on of Mr. and Mrs, O. .
UufT. who Iimo n homestead nt Sil
ver Lnko. Dosldos his parents a
vo itigor Oitter survives him. Tho
ftmornl was h9ld Sunday from Nis-vougw.-V
undertaking parlors, the
soivlcoa l.lg conducted by Rov. 13.
0. Nowhnm. Intermpnt was mado
in Pilot Hutto comotory.
Tho Motrouolltan? That's tho
p.Jnc.0 to hnvo your barber whnta at
ton'ded to and havo nn onjoyablo
game or pool and billiards, Adv.
COUNTY' HIGH HCIIOOTj.
Crook County High School dormi
tory la now ready lor occupancy. The
room,s nro furnished with nil necessi
ties except bedding nnd towels. These
the girls muBt furnish. There Is a
nice study room, bath and all con
veniences. A Jiouro matron hi In
charge nnd ono or the high school In
structors, Mrs. Wnlkor, lives nt tue
dormitory. Tho chargo per month
la actual cost, $14. Address Super
intendent Daughman, Prlnevllle. Ore
NOTICH OP GKXnitAIi KLKCTIOX.
Pursuant to order of tho Common
Council or tho City or Ilend. notice
la hereby given that tho general elec
tion for tho City or Dond. will bo
hold In the room' formerly occupied'
by the Hond Commercial Club In tho I
Johnson building on Wall street In1
said City or Hcnd, between the hours!
ui o u viuviw u. ui. uiiu i u i;iui;k i. iti.
on Tuesday December 2. 1913. for
tho purjioso of electing the follow
ing offlcora for tho period of tlmo set
opioslto tholr names respectively:
Mayor for one year.
Treasurer for ono year.
Ono Alderman for two yoars.
One Alderman for two years.
One Alderman for two yearn.
And that Krank May aot na chair
man or the Kloctlon Hoard, and that
Jennie M. Sellers and Frank U. Mi
nor act ns Judges or said election and
'.bat Hom Farnham, Tot T. Prlugle
tnd J. C. Jthodos net as olorka there
of. Posted in three public places in
tho City .or Ilend on this 20th day
or November, 1913, by order or the
Common Council or the City or Hond.
II. C. ELLIS.
Coming soon; Hulgln. Adv.
Def ore broiling or trying
in flavor and
BERT SHUEY.THE CASH GROCER
Sugar, per cwt. $5.70
SU1 S? &5afett
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sg&sft ft fcapigbikx km vvSlr
THAT PEOPLE MAKE
TriETIR-GooD LUCK BY
t)U CQJ1T HAVE ?Tn Ji2cr
ibad luck bv wmc )R cr
LTHE RIGHT THINQ
WE ARE NOT DEPENDING ON LUCK. WE ARE
MAKING GOOD AND TAKING A CHANCE ON WHAT
HAPPENS. IF WE PLEASF. YOU AND GIVE YOU YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH, WE CAN'T HELP BIT
SUCCEED. ALL OF OUR HARDWARE V I.
STAND THE HARDEST WEAR. LON(
YEARS IN THE BUSINSSS HAVE TAUGHT
US THE KINDS THAT BEST STAND THE
TEST. WE ARE HERE TO STAY A LONG TIME. AND
WE KNOW WE CAN DO BEST BY SELLING THE BEST,
Skuse Hardware Company