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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1914)
IIHNI) IIUMjKTIN, MINI), OIUJ., WKIIXKHDAY, .TANTA1IV 1 1, KM .
GUARANTEED FOR TWO YEARS
When yon buy n hot wnlor bottle if any oilier rubber
ii(i(In link fill'
llio only hind over sold (IiuI nit ties it TWO VISA It
liny ii .Mit iitiiMii at miy llmall Kioto limn or nbroail,
mid If It wimrH out within two years, yon ko Imuk whom
you Itouitlit It or to any utlior lletiiil Hlote, nnywlmro--mill
gut your money back,
Ma (I it from tho best ami purest rubber, nxtrn utrniiK.
extra reinforced, with u perfection of llulsh Unit hIiiiiiiih
very pIhoh a u work of arU
Maximum, beciuisit of Km groat iluralilllty, saves you
tnomiy mill Im a guarantee against danger of scalding mid
other liinitivciilmiros arlNliiK from tint iihh of an lufitrlor
bottle, which often glviM out JiihI when most iieeilud.
Knch In hox, with prlutml, two-yimr iiulvursal guar
antee lUirlOKUll. ,
Maximum miter holt lex. ho caps, hath Npray, syr
luges, ( am Mihl only at Tim lletiill rltotes, or which
then' ate mote- than 7,000 In tin I'tilted 8111(1 (Jmil
Itrltaln anil Camilla. They at it tint World's (lieiitct
The Patterson Drug Co.
me 3feslJ st
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Charles Carroll linn opened a icro-
.cory storo In Kenwood.
Thorn will ho no services nt tho
Catholic church next Humlny.
II Kor-iteh went to Iti'itinoml ami
I'rlniivlllo on business Mo ml ay.
(liorKu and Io llohht wero In
(town from l'owell lluttu Monday.
H II Kelly ha returned from Port
Mnnd wheru ho spent tlio holidays.
Mr. and Mm. M. U. .Morrilt wont to
Portland on Humlny nlghl'M train.
I 3, V. I'opo of the I'lonver Telo
uitiann Co, U over from 1'rlnuvlllu.
J. O. Terry of Holyat wna In town
HiimUy, n guest at tho llolul Wright.
Tba llrldgo Club will meet I'rlday
nftiirnoon lth Mrs. (icorgu A. Jones.
J. I'. Koyea ami family moved Hat
unlay Into their hauiUoiiiu uuw home.
(Icorgo Mllllcnn ruturued Thurs
tiny iiIkIU from n trip to i'endluton.
C. Ilautmkratt was registered at
tha Hotel Wright 011 Sunday from In
Forrest Nmld wni In town Monday
on IiIh return to Da son, Nub., from
J. I1. Rogers, superintendent of
tlio H. I. & H wm In llend tlio first
of Ihu HUtlk.
Thorn In a mora on foot to oricanlio
a New Thought society lu lleud, wltli
In tin) next fuw weeks.
K. M. ThotniHion, after n slcgo of
Illness for several week, win nblu
to be out okhIii yesterday,
W. J. Hproat waa tip nt Ilk River
rniiKur Htallon nud lv I'lno Init week,
returning to Hand Haturday.
J. M. J mid iiiadu n flying trip to
I.n I'liii! yenturday morning, going up
uiul ruturulUK lu tint orunoon.
V. A. Forbes. 11. C. Kill and II.
II. Do Armond were In I'rlnuvlllo
attending county court Friday,
John K. Itynn returned Monday
morning from bin trip Kant. Mm.
Itynn mopped ovor In I'ortlnnd.
At Hnthcr'a hall on Friday ovonlnK
thlt wenk (Instead of Haturday) thu
bulmcrlptlon Club will kIvu n dance.
F. It. Voutu: and hli son. C. II.
Yoiiiik, cauio In from llorax Itko Fri
day, reKlaturitiK nt tho Hotel lleud.
John Hteldl l slowly Improving
from thu rhouinatlc attack from
which ho Iiiih butu MUffurliiK for aov
Tho Ladles' (lulld of tho I'ritiby-
terlun church, will meet with Mm.
H. (I. Illnkeloy Wednesday, Janu
ary 21, at 2:20 p. lu.
J. K. Cooper went to 1'rlnavlllc
Humlny and while he Is away the lo
cal croamory Is lu chortle of bis
brother, O. It, Cooper.
Tho old MutilK bulldliiR which was
moved by Millard Trlplutt to bis prop
erty on Wall street Is boltiK repaired
and a roof will bo put on.
Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Jackson and
Miss Jackson loft for Ixis Anitolos
Inst week, Tho Altauiout has beou
Just rci't'ivcd first shipment of this fam
ous mattress. Will he sold at the same
low price advertised everywhere. Come
in anil see this wonderful mattress, Bet
ter still, buy one and enjoy unlimited
rest. The guarantee of mattress satis
faction. E. M. THOMPSON
Whoro Your Dollar Doca Its Duty.
rented by MInh Alice I) HpnhllnK- i
.Mityor-olert Miller not linvliiff yet
returned from tlm Kiih(, tho iiiccIIiik
of thu City Cmimll Hvhndtiluil for nM
nlKht wiih coiitluuud until ho KU
(J. W. Tlionitliwnlto will leavo for,
I'ortlnnd MuturilNy to nlttuul the ron
vnutliin of tho Northwestern Hmlijlerii
AHNoclittloii to bo liuld tlmri) IickIii
11 1 11 K Momlity,
Mra. J. W, Dltulok roturneil this
uiornliu: from u visit of xoventl weeki
with her dnuttlitur, Mrs. Ilatph livor
liiK Nt Mouth llotul, WiihIi., 11I11I with
ftiemls In I'ortlnnd. I
County TrmiHiiror Jordan nnnoiin
cim that tho l!M!i tax rolls will bo In
his hands bv February I arid current 1
tuxim can be paid nny time between ,
that date and April 1, ,
II. J, Hlmiwon bus donutod to tint
lltuiil public library threo hooks ,
"WliiHton of tho I'rnlrlo," "That!
I'rlnter of Udell's.'' mid "Tho Win-,
iiIiik of llarbara Worth." I
Kil (leutry Is lu I .a (Irnmlo whoro j
ho waa called by tho sudden Minims t
uf his brother. Mihwhko" received 1
from him my that thorn seems little
chance for his brother's recovery.
A pnrly of county officials, Includ
Iiik ('(immlMloners Ilayluy and
llrown, Hliiirlff KlkltiM. AHsossor Fos
ter mid Deputy W. A. Van Allen were
roistered at tho Hotel lleud 011 Hun
day. (JcorKO H. You n k made n trip to
list Creek In thu extreme eastern
part of tho count , last week, return
Ink Huuday iiIkIiI. Olo DrnKsvolil
went out with hi in to his Hampton 1
It, A. Woolloy had too planer nt (
1110 uiii un nun nuur luciury muvcu
Monday to his shop and will put It In
ruhnlnK shape. It was not Krcutly
damaKod lu tho fire that destroyed
the sash and door plant soiuo months
The new Kcncrnl suiierlntcndent of
tho H. I'. & H. lines has Inaugurated
a (Millcy of retrenchment, cuttlni; off
a larKo number of station employes
alouK tho lino. One man at the lleud
station was affected, Tom llarrett be-
HiB lei out.
WANTBI) Nurse girl to nssht
mother In carlni; for bnby durlnr tho
day. No house work. Apply F. T.
i'nrker, Altamont Hotel.
PLAY OF THE BLUEJAY.
It Llkss to Tsstt Hawks and Owls by
Imitating Thtlr Calls.
The bturjay likes best to live In thick
woods, but It often comes Into open
fields, orebsrds and near dwelling lu
search of food. When It discovers you
It assumes a proud and on fry air of
conceit and defiance.
The bluejay'a upper porta are pur
pllsh blue. The lower parts are pur
pllsli gray. The wlnpt nud tall un
Li-lKtit blue with blnck bora. Tho tab
feathers are tipped with white. It
tins a created bvad.
The bluejity builds Its nest about
twenty feet above tcniuud. It Is made
of twlm and flnu roots. From four to
six t-cifs ttrv laid. They are of a tirvuu
UU drnb color ttveked with brown.
UuiibtlcMs the bluejay holpcd In
name ltclf. as Its common utterance
Is a Iouk drawn "Joy. Jay. Jay." Thl
cry. with the hrlcht bluo colors, hn
etven It Its name.
While the Jay sines no sour It Is able
to Imitate the rails of other birds, by
which menus It often attracts them
It likes to ten mi and torment the owl
and especially the little sparrow
Dawks. This Is done by ImltaUuc the
cry of 0 wounded bird, which draws
tho hawk near. Then several Jays will
dart at the bawk, squealing and frol
Icklug nUAit In great glee. HomeUmes
tho play ends In n tragedy, for tbe
hawk pounces upon one of them to tbe
dismay of the others. Jaya may be
i-nwvd and turned like crows, and some
writers say they can be taught to utter
words. From Ulrd Studies by Dermau
U. de Grunt.
Tha tnartlttlo Frock Coat
Let the Chinese wallow lu nil our
virtues and In all our vices, but nt
least let them preserve Asia from our
clothes. Can you tmaglue Confucius
In a frock coat and a top hatT I re
gard the frock cout as thu most horrl
lilo vestment ever worn by that ab
surd uuluinl tunn. When 1 pass n
brouxo statue of a llrttlsh statesuiun
buttoned up tu a brouxo or marble
frock coot I rover my eyes and slink
tiy tu a paroxysm of horror. There Is
only one thing worse thuu 11 frock cout
tu brume or marble nud that Is a pc.lr
uf trousers lu marble or b route. 1
thtuk our sculptors ought to strike
against the brouxo frock coat nud the
The RADICAL REDUCTIONS during this sale
afford savings that should not be overlooked.
SALE LASTS THE ENTIRE MONTH.
SAVINGS IN PIECE GOODS AT THIS SALE
I Or Kvcrctt lM CiliiKhams reduced to UUc
12 )4c Vork Ore (IlnghnniM reduced to,,., 10c
l."5c Ked Heal I)rcs (iliilumm reduced to. . . ,1,'tc
1'JJir Ferrule In nel stripes and figures
reduced to 1034c
He Outing Flannel In I'Ink mill llluo HtrifieN
cliecka and plaldi, upevlal at Hc
IHc Itljiplctto nnil Kcnontlnc C'reix, rciliiced
HlmpMin Full Count Calicos for this sale Tic
!!': Cretonnes rcdureil Ut Sic
25c Itntlno Crepe, While only 10c
12J4c Coiintexs (linlllei 10c
1,5c Mercerised Ihuuask rc-
ducil to flOc
fine Union Damask reduced (o.nftc
91.00 All I.lnen Dainakk ro-
tlured to ..... ..,.,. 80c
fl.no All l.lncn Damask re-
d 11 ceil to .9l!0
Sheets and Pillow
7ftc Hhects rrilueed to. flf)c
Hffc Hheets reduced to , 70c
ttnc KhcetM t-eliireil to HUc
I'illotv Cases reIiic4'il to
...... 12)i 1 1 1H 23c
A Helnl lot of ladles' Fleece
Unel Colon Hult, tjl.00
value, for this sale. Mc
Our 9I.7A Wool and Cotton
IvkIIcm' Union Hulls reduc
ed to 1.4r.
91.23, 91JJO values, for this
sale , $1.15
Ladies' Handkerchief Hpcclal
H 1-0 and 10c value re
duced to Ac
91.2.1 CJrodo special ...... .91.0.1
9IO tirade sfteclnl -... .9IJW
91.75 tirade special 915
92.00 tirade spcinl .91.70
10c Insertions 5c
12)4, 15c Kdginpi 10c
00, 75c Flouncing 27 Inches
91.25, 91.30 Floancing, 43
Incbes wide $1.13
OUK KN'TIIIK MXB OK IJiUlKH" COATS
Value to 920.00 for tills sale 910.03
The majority of Uieso are below cost.
Shirts and Shoes
OUU KXT1KB IJNE OF MEN'S 91.23
HIIIUTS, Iteduced to 03c
llroken line of shoes nt jcreatly reduced prices.
Comparisons of real values offered will make it clear that the
REAL SAVINGS are at the REAL January Clearance Sale of
marble trousers. If they ranst moke
etllKles uf our statesmen let them mod
el them In their pajamas. I-ouduu
Osttlng Mlxod In Art.
Occasionally Uomer ond the other
reputable classics nod lu thu Itoston
A woman In Rhode Island wrote to
the bead of a Itoston Institution that
advance art all of them are supposed
to and asked when and where sho
could buy a Gilbert Htuurt portrait
This recalls the Orreland woman
who said that a woman on Knrlld ave
nue bad a -full length Iteiutiraiidt tn
her collection-but be bad forgotten
who the artist waa. Cleveland l'luln
Out of Ordsr.
Little Froneei Wo dot a new baby
Mr. Neighbors-You dou't aay! I.tt
tie Fratnvs -Vea'm; nn' Its eyes open
jest like my dolly's, but I dens some
tin's the matter wlf Ita works, cause
its eyea don't ko shut evwy time they
lay It down- Chicago News.
She presented hetveir at a fashion,
"Friend of the bride or the bride
gronui?" asked the usher
"I'm the tlaneee of the organ blow,
er," sbo explained, blushing. Llppln
eott'a. Thoe who Jump nt conclusions ore
more Uian apt to fall ttou uncertainties.
Hard to Bast.
"This." said the man of tho houso as
tie mournfully, mirveyed three ciinieta
and ten rugx hanging un the clothes
line, "this Is n eoiuhluatton hard to
Shi' Po you believe tn horseihoes
its an emblem of luck lie Yes, It
they are 011 tho wluului; Uurso. Lou
Consider tho Daw,
The qnestlou U often akcd, Does the
dow rise or fall? Dewfall Is as admis
sible nn expression as suurlso or sun
set, lu both cases the expression-Is nt
variance with scientific fact. Moteoro
loglcully, the forumtloii of dew Is not
accompanied by mutton in tho vortical
plane, hence there can bo no questlou
of rise or fall. Under certain condi
tions of wind, cloud nud temperature
variants dew Is produced. Warm ulr
charged with moisture comes In con
tact with n cooler surfaco. Wbon In
this coutact the hent Is subtracted from
tho air uud tho saturation polut for
that temperature Is reached, the uioIb
ture which In the air has existed, us
water vapor. Is ronJcnsed npon the
cooler surface at the point of contact
The dewdrop, also good English, al
though false physics, has no existence
In the air, but cornea Into being upon
tbe surface bedewed. It does not tall
nor dues It drop. Harper's.
"Do yon think, talking of expression,
that nmld Is better than omongr"
"Yen. espeelally If It Is nt Annapolis,
where a mid Is among lasses." Haiti
The Lurs of Work.
I like work: It fascinates me. I ran
sit and look at It for boors. I love to
keep It by roe: tbe Idea of getting rid
of It nearly breaks my benrt. Jeroino
There Is always a bright aldo; look
for It Florida Tlmr-Unlon.
The best grade of typewriter car
bon for halo at The Hutletla office.
Hox of 100 hheets, bluo or black, for
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
lied room furniture.
Wicker chair. " ,
Oak book case.
Small mahogany desk and chair.
Wm. Walsh, Lara house. 4Sp
FOR RENT Good three room
house In Kenwood, water In houtio.
Rent very reasonable. Two good
atovca for sale cheap. Inquire Sani
tary barber shop. 4&p
FOR RENT Thice-rbanr furnish
ed house. Inquire of lhnes at tho
1. 1 . in.
V I If
nrc?nT re re rs .
hrAT THERE "IS OME
PICKING LEFT IN OUR
MADE A FEW MORE
5PAfcKS FLY OUT OF
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WE ALWAYS KEEP HAMMERING DOWN THE
PRICES ON OUR DIG STOCK OF HARDWARE, BUT
It WE NEVER HAMMER DOWN THE QUALITY.
I) OUR HARDWARE WAS SELECTED FROM
THE DEST MANUFACTURERS TO INSURE
THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF QUALITY. YOU MAY
RELY UPON GKTTING FROM US RELIABLE HARD.
WARE. THAT WILL STAND THE ROUGH, , HARD
WORK OF BUSY TOILERSI
Skuse Hardware Company