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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1914)
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COME TO THE
NEW PATTERSON DRUG STORE
Saturday, Feb. 28, 1914.
COME WITH THE CROWD!
WJt T& INVITE everybody in Hend and vicinity to pay
Yfr ux u visit on the above (lute, when we will open up
this new store to the public as a itiodem and up-to- ,
date Dnift Store. It is equipped with everything of the
best and everything that a well regulated Drug Store should
have. So we want you to come and see this new store. It
will be the talk of the town and you shouldn't miss'being '
one of its first visitors. We will make your visit worth
while, to be sure.
A Now Store Throughout Fixtures, Goods, Every
thing New. We have been in business in Hend for a num
ber of yeurs. We have been continually growing and it is .
our desire to continue to grow, if high quality in goods,
good service and moderate prices will do it. To this we owe
our measure of success and we shall CONTINUE TO UP
HOLD THIS POLICY. Our store is ready to help toward
pleasing you in return for your loyal support and patronage
which we assure you is highly appreciated.
MUSIC HY OKCHKSTU Aafternoon i to 5, evening
7 to H. MU CARNATIONS FREK--one to each lady vis
itor. We have one here for you and hope you will give us
tlie pleasure of handing it to you. Call on us at our new
store and a beautiful, dainty carnation will be yours, with
our compliments. Suitable souvenirs for the men.
LOOK AT TlllSt Willi each fiOo mclia we are jflrlnur away nl
luUtly tiff it ilHiiity JM"Hti-' l up uihI Saucer or Plate and with each life) nir
oIihm it dalniv ouwiiii -lnin' of Livifett's C hocolute (while they )bi.)
nmetnler Hie date-Feb :N T. WANT YOIU TltADK. .Moreover,
we Inuml todwne it Tlifie l a muhi-m deal within our doors for every
wUtiMi whi toti'i t ( onn- and help us celebrate.
PATTERSON DRUG CO.
The 5feq6 Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEAtS
lints Farnham spent Friday In Des
chutes. C. V. Bllvls returned Monday from
Ht. Paul. .
K. O. Itourk It down from Qresecnt
Mm. Innea will entertain at 500
Sylvester Slants and family have
moved to Kenwood.
. Mlm Margaret Mock of Laldlaw
visiting Ml Trautner.
Mr. F. CUDuTffor-wlll ontertnln the
COO club tITU evening,
Mm. Tom Tripled haa como !u
from the up river ranch.
(it W. Well of, Redmond wan u
Horn! visitor lait Saturday.
Oeorgo Mllllcau was In town on
Thursday, registered at tho (lend.
0. M. Rcdflold and W A. Nuuncy
wero up from Deschutes Monday.
A number of school pupil arc out
thin week on account of measles.
J. II. Wciiandy returned Monday
morning from a trip to Cortland.
It. II. Pnyno and lllako Hooker of
taldlaw wero lloud vUltom Satur
day, Hugh O'l'ano linn been confined to
III room .this week on necoiint of Ill
ness, J. T. Hardy of tho Oregon Trunk
spent last Thursday and Friday In
' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ilndson of Mil-
lloan punt several daya In town Inst
m i. s
a trip to Hum and I ut tho Altn
Mr. George Htapleton will visit
her parents, Mr. and Mm. J, A. Ens
tos, next uook.
Tho big Iron which atood In tint
sidewalk on Greenwood avcuuu hai
bpou out down.
Tho Hoy Scouts vlalted Hiclr houiu
on tho river hank last Sunday for tho
flmt time thin year.
Then will bo n meeting of tho Now
Thought Society In tho Artisans HaH
Sunday at 3 o'clock.
Tho colonial nodal waa largely at
tended lust Friday night and wua a
vory etijoyahlo affair.
Mm. It. M. McHeynolds and (luy
pent tho week-end visiting Mm. a.
1). I'orclvalt at Gotoway.
K. Wasteland, a Mllllcnti home
atondor. waa In town Friday, regis
tered at tho Wright Hotel.
K. A, Cant and relative who nro
vliltluK him nt l)ccbutu were In
town Monday and Tuesday.
Tho Prosuyturlan Oulld will met
nt tho homo of Mrn. French uoxt
Wodneiday at S:30 p. m.
Mm. Kd IlroDtorhoui la imUrtnln
ItiR a fow ladttti thin afternoon 'n
honor of Mm, A. I). I .owl.
Mr. and Mm, F. A, Dennett, who
apont n week1 In Portland and Soattlc,
returned yeatorday moruliiK.
Conatructlnn work on tho homo
which Hubert II. Oould If biilMIni; In
I'lnolyn I'nrk haa been atnrtud.
Mm. Mary Heoren of Hnattnea.
Nob., arrived Inat -week for a vUlt
with hor daUKhtor, Mm. K. I). Moln-tosh.
Mm. Ada II. Mllltcan wrb at tho
j, O. Fumt returned Friday from Hend Hotel Friday nlKht on her way
Our New Line of
will surely please you.
llako soloctlon now, whllo atock Is comploto, for
your spring denning, nnri I will hold until you tiro
ready for delivery.
E. M. THOMPSON
Whero Your Dollar DoeB Its Duty,
to Prlnevlllo to attend tho abort
There will bo n bowline team up
from Redmond Saturday nlnht for a
match nt Cannody'a with a plokod
A. II. Gove, who waa on tho sick
Hit lat week, baa recovered nnil re
turned bin work at Tho Hend Com
L. C. Curtis received & telceram
lait week announcing the death of
hla father nt Ban Ulego, where tho
Anton Aune returned Friday
mornluK from a vlilt to Tacotna and
Seattle, after attcndlnK tho TrrlRatlon
CoiiRrexa In Portland.
Mm. J. It. Wllla, who haa boon vli-
Amoskeag Apron $
I 8 cents
j Per YartI
NO CIIANtTIt TO lilt MISr.KI) i
Jat Itrrelved $.U(Ht Stock oP
Jtry VhhU and Nntiona tuiil New s
GchmU AltlUVINO DAILY
l R. M. Smith I
I Clothing Co. I
I I.KAUN TIIK WAY i
ItlnB her aon, C II. C'urkott, for sev
eral niontha, left Friday mornlriK for
her homo In Denver,
Don HtefTn, formerly nn owner of
The Hulletlti, wna neon In Portland
IohI week. Ho In now Interim tod In
n bunk at Mluut, N. I),
Mrn. John K. Itynn, who linn been
In Portland, returned to Hend laat
week und with Mr, llynn la In town.
They are nt tho Altamont,
The Hcore In (he xun club ahoot
Hutidny were: Kurrl J3, Wllkey
22, Hkime 22, Myers 21 and KnuUen
20, making a total of 10.
The telephone romiiany nimrtx to
move to Ha new olllce Sunday and
Inaugurate n common battery phono
yaleiii nnd 24-hour aervlco.
John Bteldl returned rlday night
from Portland where ho remained
over Hevernl lnyn after the IrrJKatlou
Congrena which he attended.
Minn Norali Ooblm cam over from
Prlnevllle Saturday night to anoint
temporarily In the telephone ofllce,
Mm, Drown having renlgned.
Tho County Court l ndvortlalng
for blda for the appointment of a
county health officer (Or the t-rm of
two yearn from July 1, 1914.
C, W. Kraklne brft on the night
train for Yamhill where he waa um
moned by the audden death of nla
father, Itev, Wesley M, Kmkne.
Crona walka were laid Inst week at
the Intersection of Oregon and Wall
Btrecta, to replace those torn tip laat
year when tho atreeta wero graded.
John K. Kdwnrdn, formerly a res
ident of Hend, wna In town Saturday
nnd Sunday. He la now loonted at
Springfield, Ore.., la the real estate
Mm. A I). Lewla and Minn Whit
mora aro In town this week shoi
ping nnd vfnltlng Mr. I.ow. who la
upending the winter In town dolnit
A aacred concert of rmiatc and
tonga la being arranged to be given at
the Preabyterlan church at 7:30 p.
in. on March 8, under the direction of
Mm. Aahley Forreat,
8. F Johtifton of Imperial la In
town today to meet hla wife, who fa
expocted to arrive from Chicago to
morrow morning. Ilia father. It. C
JohnNon, la with him.
Mm A O Allen and Mm. T. H.
Fole v.111 entertain the membera of
the llaptlat Woman's t'nton and
frlenda at a allver tm at Mm. Foley'o
home Thumday afternoon.
Although the weather for the paat
wek haa been rloudy. with a few
light rains, the anow baa been disap
pearing from the sheltered place and
the ground has begun to dry.
At a meeting of the director of
the Arnold Irrigation Company lt
Katurday, L. IX Wlest reslfcn.! hit
oiltlon aa secretary and director.
1 1 In RiireeKor will be chosen at the
Mrs. K O. Mrlntosh has rjttrned
from Seattle and Portland whero she
was for some time buying millinery
atock for the spring trade. She was
accompanied on tho trip by Miss
John W. and Oscar Black snent
Friday night nt tho Hend and went, to
Portland Saturday to purchase, equip"
mont for wells which they bnve re
cently had drilled on their Hamil
O, II. Hoover Is planning tho erec
tion of a gnrAgo on Greenwood ave
nue for his own use. As foon as hli
new house Is completed he will con
vert the building In which he la liv
ing at preient Into a repair shop.
Plaster the land with land plaster.
Car In March 1. United Warehouse
FIIIR DHPAHTMKNT PLANS.
All who are Interested In forming
a fire department are urcod to meet
Iwjth the council next Tuesday even
ing, ai mis iimu pians ror rerraing
a department will bo epnsldored.
W " "Z tmr"
IIKNH SCHOOL ITF..MS.
Those who ,oro" out of school
on account of measles arc Alice Cald
well, Emma Hoberts, John Caldwell.
Frances Steldl, Vernle Young, Les
ter h.vringnam and Oall Forbes.
Tho torma of the contest for th
trip to San Francisco wore announced
by Professor Shouse Tuesday.
TO TIIK TUACHHHN OK CKOOK
Tho State Honrd or Kducatlon on
February 1G changed Rule 27 of the
Hulea and Hegulatlona for the gen
eral government of public schools In
Oregon to road as follows: "Touchers
shall exerclie watchful care and over
sight over tho conduct and habits or
tho pupils, not only during school
hours, but also nt receeses and Inter
missions, and shall have the ixiwer
to punish the pupil Tor any .miscon
duct on tho way to or from school.1"
Teachers please note this change.
J. B. MYKItS.
SupL Crook County Schools.
At n meiUng of the Library Club
yesterday the following new oflkers
wero elected: Miss Mary E. Cole
man, president; Mm. Kd Hrosterhous.
vlco president: Mrs. K. M. Thomp
son, secretnry-trcasuror. Over 50
ladles pnrtlelimtod In a ta herved
at tho library rooms.'
the arrival of NEW SPRING SHOES
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Come In and look at the new TANGO LAST in all
leathern -Suede, Patent and Mat Calf tf A ff
Priced nt frghAJU
CHILDllEN'S SCUFFERS in Laca and Button nikck.
Tan and Patent. Sizes 5 to 8 $ 1 60 and $ 1 .75
Size 8tf to wi $1.85 and $2.00
Sizes 12 to 2 $2.50
in all LEATHERS
and ALL STYLES
WHEN YOU THINK OF SHOES THINK OF
We stand back of every pnir.
MM SAYS YARN FALSE
m Pine Paper Accuse (lame Author
ities of Hutchery.
In Its Crescent correspondence the
I.n Pine Inter-Mountin prints the fol
"Advices received at Crescent from
the Davis Lako country Monday are
to tho effect that at a recent visit of
representatives of tho State Gamo
Warden's office, a needless slaughter
of game was carried out. Seven deer
were killed, four of which wero not
even skinned and only the hams re
moved for meat, tho rest of tho car
casses being left for the coyotes. He
sides these, large numbers of ducks
and grouse were killed. This Infor
mation hns been forwarded to Stnto
Game Warden Flnley."
Clyde McKay at Hend, deputy
gnme warden, was with the party
which the La Pine paper purports to
"show up." Mr. McKay brands the
yarn utterly false, stating emphati
cally that but three deer were killed,
that all were preserved, and that In
no way was there needless destruc
tion of gamo. All the meat killed
waa given to those who assisted 1b
Land Plnstcr. We will have a car
In about March 1. Send in your or
der nt once. United Warehouse
are now busy at work again.
Geo. Schobert nnd sons have been
planting potatoes and are gettlnc
ready for othor spring work.
Oscar Prlckett la improving hla
farm with a larpe addition to his
A. D. Morrill iat week 1ought it
Hend a tree pul'ia.; outfit consist
ing of two double blocks, roller bear
ing and oable or 1 U Inch rope. Ifn
has splendid success with this equip
ment. Lewis Ulalr has bought two of tho
Guernsey heifers shipped in by G. A.
Hradley of Redmond. Although thin,
they are good looking dairy types.
Mm. Jay Warner has a beautiful
bronze turkey gobbler to head her
Hock, shipping him In from near
N. U. Reach sold a load of dresie-l
pork to local markets last wek.
(Continued from Psge i)
asthma during the past week on ac
count of the several days of foggy
woather. Ho "had asthma severely
before coming here from Canada but
has been much better In this climate
until the recent spell of foggy weath
er. Horn, to Mr. and Mm. George Hat
llffe. a son.
Tho Foster boys, who are pullli
trees on the Win. Johnson home
stead, had the misfortune to break
a large cog wheel on their engine
which they use to pull trees with.
They sent to Portland for repairs and
HAMPTON BUTTE, Feb. S3. A.
T. Shaver, well driller, has complet-
ea a wen ror Jonn mack at a depth
of 180 reet, with over 50 feet or
wator. Mr. Shaver will drill two
more wells In Pleasant Vallty. re
turning to Hampton Valley1 whero
he has several more wells to drill.
A "500 party was held at Mm. M.
W. Sheppards' on Saturday night.
February 14. Mm. C. U Woman,
won the lady'a prlie and Prof. Mil
ler the gentleman's. Mm. John Per
ry captured the booby, an egg. Sho
can "beat" that,
Horace nrookinga Is cutting co.l
weed, assisted by T. C. Ewlng.
T. C. Ewlng caught a large bobcat
In a trap recently.
Pert Meeka and Chris Tinner aro
cutting poles. Mr. Mcoks is build
ing a corral with Mr. Tinner's help.
II. C. Miller has been staying with
E. Cook and doing the chorea whilo
Mr. Cook la laid up with a sore foot.
OuiiiK to tho press of county
net. It was necessary to omit
u crcut deal of excellent corrc-
pondence, which will appear
Land Planter. We will have a w
In about March 1. Send In your or
der at once. United Warehouse
Dr. A. II. Cropp tins bean oalled to
Redmond to nttend patients on Mon
day, Vednesdny and Friday of each
week nnd will be at hla home olllee
In Hend Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sat
urdays nnd bundaya until further no
Steam Kent, Hot and ( old
Water Willi Hath Pi-lwl. e.s
Miss A, I). Spitldlnt;, Proprietor
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