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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1914)
Tin; m:ni iiri.urm, iik.nm, ohk vi:ini:hiay, avouht n, ion.
aiiolt Yoni rj:i:r
They'll iimko Vm fMl khiiI
(alio mwiy "in Mitmiiit-f pulii iinrl
U'lideiiifftM mill nuiUo 'cm i-otil
unit toinfy. Von Kt'l '" nl
lured lit tho Pilot Hutlo on Monday.
I J. (Ilmlor npont Huinlny with his
fninlly on lliolr Mllllmui vnlloy homo
(I. W. Hornur nml .1. .1. Coon, thu
liililhiw niorcluinlH, wuiu In (own on
O. I.niirKiiwrd and 0. IM Hona of
tho TiiidhIo f'rujuui wuiu In town o.i
Mrn. I". T. Pnrkor and hor Infnnt
itiiuclitiir riitiirnud from Antorla on
Htnlo Hnxliumr J. II.
town ocr Huiiirdny.
at Hut Ilond,
l.owl wild in
OIIIIOON THINK TItAIN
Arrlvea ...... i ....... 8 n. m.
Leaves . m 8:30 p.m.
O.-W. It. AS N. TItAIN.
Arrives 7 : 4 6 . in.
Leaves 7:85 t. nl.
htaoi: mm: Korrii.
Arrives 7:30 p. in.
- Lonvca . , 10 a. in.
Cam dully to llurim and point
Mouth and southeast.
OrniTnl drllvery open dally
li:15 a. in. to 0 p. in.
General delivery open flunday
B;1S to 10 n. nl.
Night train mnll closes 7 p. in.
Day train mall closea 6:30 a. in.
Western Union dally 7-12.1-C,
710. flunday 81 0. 4-C.
Pioneer Co., twimty.four hour
service, InoludlnK Sunday.
Mm. I'. II. WIiihIow of Seattle, wns
In town on TiKMuluy,' nluyliix ul thr.
Alfrml A. Aya of l.u Pino wna In
town mi Riiuduy, ruuUlurod lit tho
County CoiiimlMtanr It. It. Ilnr
lt.v of I.hIiIIhw, wan In town Monday
Mm. C. It. Cook linn returned from
hor vacation hkiiiI at Cwlro'Woutay,
Mm. A. M. I'rlHKlu Iim been oob
fin ml to tho lious with un attugk of
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
J. Hnow Parmlntcr was In town on
J. V. Oouchor and family bovo
Mr. and Mm. John K. Ityao were In
town on Monday.
Tho Jtrltlco Club meets with Mm.
Gould on Friday.
J. It. Miner went to Creccnt on
C C Itandolph of Crescent wet
In fawn on Monday
,,W. D. clteney arrived In town from
Seattle on Saturday,
Mil Haiti Graves la visiting hvr
aunt. Mm. O. II. Cook.
W. II. Uh has sold .nut hla pr6
fr; business and left towm ""
County Commissioner Willi W.
Ilrown waa In town yesterday.
Mm. II. W. Hkujo .left Supday
evening for a trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mm. Hugh O'Kano return
ed from Portland on Saturday.
Mr. and Mm. C. T. fihort of Fort
Itock, waa In town on Saturday.
J. Fellows of Mctollus waa rtj'-
"itTiit -xmamsr jai
The nrlctiMl nml mm
Inr ihti tloul ir bulnlthrCortr
AV fnrtlwm t
At ak oiowi
a auRANttc MiTN ivcnr mm
R. M. Smith Clothing Co.
LKAUN THE WAV.
Oriianliflm of tho Ordor of Owl
hnvo lni'ii worlcliiK In town for too
piut two wunka.
Tom Mutton, thn Hlmop man, wan
In town iivnr Huinlny, Ho wu niK
Utorod at tho Iluiiit.
Mm. II. IC. Atliin und hur thnm
rlillilroii litft for Portland on Sunday
to vIhU hur tnothur.
F. P. l.lRht, iironrlutor of thol.nko-
vluw Hotitl, waa In town on Sunday,
ruKUtiiri'ij at tlm linml.
J. V. Olmlrk and A. K. Kdwarda
went up rlvur on a InintliiK trln Frl
uay. rmurnitiK Ktinuiiy.
F. F. Smith of Portland, formerly
of llcnd, Iihk lioi-n In town till weok,
a Ktieit at tho Allainont.
A. J. WVIion and II. J. Ollkcy. of
tlm Tuiimlo Project, wuro rt'nlnluroa
nl thu Allainont on Sunday,
C. M. lti'dfluld, elilof imiclnrer of
tlm Control OroKou IrrlKuilon Co,
Mopped at thu Ilond lout Friday.
It. I.Iiiko, of Vuiieouviir, II. C, waa
In town ovr Huinlny. Durlnic hla
atoy be atoppd at tho Pilot llutte.
T. K. 3. Duffy of Prlmtvllln, wna
In tnWn ovnr Sunday. Durlnic hl
ty tie wnt. n-Kltturfil at lha llcnd.
Mm. T. II. Foley and Mm. S. K.
Itobcrta mid their ohlldron went ti
tho rlvur on a cainpliiK trip Monday.
3. C. Campbell, of tho Johtmon
WiiyerbanuMT orulalni; party, hau
bvnn In town for the laat few daya.
Horn to Mr. and Mm. J. Ilrown of
Plcaaaul valley, a aon on July 31,
lloth mother and child nrn dolna; well.
Mm. J. A. KaatVa left on Saturday
to rtalt her daiiKhter aud adnlnaw,
Mr. and Mm. Staplctoo, In Portland.
turned Saturday from a vacation ot
aevvral wrcka nt on I'ueet Sound
T. J. u Kenre, or I'ortland, waa in
town laat weok for two daya. Dur
ing hla atay he rexUtared at the
!. ,... 7 f , . !
Mrji. .Ppwijlflon baa boucht Uio
Hboufo residence and will occupy
with her mother who la now living. In
K. M. Hoyuurn of Swarthmore,
JM prrlwd Ion Huuduy with hi
dauRhter, Mary, to vlult hla non, J.
C. W. Kmklno. Italph Polndexter
anil Fred KmvM went to Summit
Prulrl on n huntliiK trop on Friday,
Mr. and Mm. 0. V Well or Hod
moiid woro In town on Saturday. Mr.
Well waa formiirly u meiubur of tlie
llfdmoud oily council.
J 8. Kokvih, Worthy Patron of tho
Order of tlie Kimluru Star, and Dep
uty Statu Managur or (ho Fraternal
Jlrothfrhood la vIrUIuk In Ilond.
Koiia Fa mil a m tiaa moved bin ofllco
from Wall at rent to thu Kermott
building on Ilond atreot. Hiking pac
In the room occupied by It. P. Mln
Virginia Dutton wum In town on
Saturday. During hur atay alio
atoppod nt tho Pilot llutte. Sho la
on her way to Yollowatouo National
Tho rooma on Oregon atroet for
merly occupied by J. W. Oouchnr nnl
funilly nro IhiIiik chnnged over for
tho um of II. II. Do Armond and C.
Mm. C. !.. Tronery, of La Mnr,
Iowa, la vlHlllnjf hur alator, Mm. John
K. Itynn. Mm. Itynn'a nophnw, Frod
Myom of Portland Ih iiIho vlnlllng hor.
It. II. MHIor, D. 12. Clark ntid .1.
M. Thomaa of tho OroKoii-WiiHhln
ton Itallroail and NnvlKatlon Co. worn
In town on Mondny. From horo tho
wont to PrlnoVlllo.
J. II. Woiiandy roturiind on Sunday
from Portland w Intro bo had boon to
attend to tho ahlpplng of n third auto
truck for unit on tho flllvor I.uko linn.
Chn. Booloy will ItrlriK tho truok In
from Tho On licit, arriving horo on tho
Mr. and Mr it. II. A. Mlllor nrrlvod
In town thla morning.
Mr. and Mm. O. M. Pattomon wont
to Portland on Tuemlay night' train.
Mm. 0. M. Onrdnnr of Lakovlnw
waa a guoit of tho Wright yoitorday.
Tom Sylveator of PrlHBvllla waa
riigltorod at the Wright 'over Sun
day. W. II. Hlifltnnn of Motollu waa 'n
town on Monday, atopplug at the
Mra. C. l.oroux of Walla Walla.
Waah.. la vlltlng hur dnughtor, Mm.
O. M. Pntteraon.
MIm Noll Mnrkol waa tnkon alck
Monday night with hcxirt trouble.
he la bettor today.
Mra. Is. F. .MoKec ontorlnlnail n
party of frlonda Inst Weuk In honor of
Mm. J. II. wonntitiy.
Mm. Ida II. Momynr of Ktamntli
Fall, hna llonti 'tfl'M fflr a fow' day,
atopplug at thu Wright.
II. F. iLawjrnnca of Lnldlnw waa In
town on Tueaday and during hla atny
waa reglatori'd at tho Wright.
Curtl Ilcealny, employed at Tho
Hend Co.'a Mill, allpped In front or
a log yvatordny and brokn n rib.
Dr. Ferrell. Mr. nnd Mm. llrnnt ol
Portland, and Mia Arrlo lllnck ro
turned laat nlgbt from a trip to Cra
Another telegraph operator arriv
ed at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mm. C.
A. Vonderhult Friday, July 3 1st
weighing alx pounds.
An Impromptu dance waa given In
the Artisan Hall lait night, about 15
couple attending. Mm. McLaren
rurnlhcd the muc.
Tho mnmbem and friends or tho
llnptlftt Mlvftlon Circle will bo enter
tained nt tho homo of Mm. 13. A.
Smith on Thumday.
Interior repufr arc being made at
the Ilaptlit church thla week In
cluding papering thn wall and atnlu
Ing tho wood work.
A car of trout fry in charge of
Tom Craig arrived In town Monday
nlgbt. .The try "were dlitrlbutcd at
Redmond, Prlnevllle and Laldlaw,
The Ladlea Alii of the Flmt Kan
chem church will glvo an" Ice cream
aoclal nl the Grange Hall Saturday
evening Auguat 8th. Kverybody In
Mm. Adele Varker of Illngbamp-
ton, N. r g teacher of tnuiic and
olco culljire, recently arrived In
town o live wltb her daughter. Mm.
MeLarep . W.
iin. . i. nivnH pu ucr vuii, iua
8tefra of Portland, are vlaltlng Mm.
Hancr. Mr. fileffa waa former
realdcnt of Uend and interested
In Tho Huiictln.
' Tho Ilebeccah lodgo gavo a aur
prlne yarty In honor of Mm. Grace
Clark, at their rooma laat evening.
The gueat of tho evening waa pre
vented with a linen set.
Mm. C. It. Cook nnd Mlsa Loulio
Halvomen gavo a party In honor of
Mm. Cook coualn Mla Hate!
Oravca. About aevon peoplu attend
ed and all enjoyed a pleasant even
ing. Walter OlfTord'of the Portland Or
egonlan, K. A. J. MoKonxle. llonald
S. McKenzIo, and A. A. Frentxel, all
of Portland, camu to town by tho Mc
Kenxlo route Monday night on a mo
tor trip ovur Central Oregon.
Friend of Itov. E. C. Nowham bnvo
received announcement of hi mar
riage to Mlia Alice A. Towell on
July 15th at Nottingham. Fniland.
They will all for tho United State
on Auguat 11. Mr. Nowham wn
pastor of tho local Methodist church
for a year and a hair.
ALL EMJPEff WAR
Ocriuaiiy ami Aunttln Arc Arrayed
AKluit Itiiftiiln,1 France, Hnghim!
Tho Kuropcan war that linn boon
lookud for ao many tlm on In tho pnit
fow year la now actually horo and
tho wholn world aland watching. A
yot no baltio have been fought but
ono I oxpectod Boon between tho
Germnn and French forcwi whloh
may aottlo tho whole conflict.
Tho preiont alluatlon haa grown
from tho nNMiiwInnllon of tho holr to
tho Auatrlan throno in Sorvla aomo
wooka ago. Tho AtiHtrlnn govorn
iii out niado demnnda on Sorvla fol
lowing tho murder of tho arch duke
and on their rofimnl declared war.
ItiiMln inobollzod hor army In tho aid
of Sorvla, mid Oonnnny, conldorlng
thla nn act agalnnt hnr, declnreil war
on ItUHRla. Sho baa alnro declared
war on Franco and Ilolglum. KnglUh
Bontlinent and treaty obllgnllonR am
drawing that country Into the war la
aupport of Franco and UelglutA. Th
United -Statoa baa deelrol It neutrality.
Damp Room Tt,
To nucertHln whether a room 1 damp
or. not phit-v n weighed quantity of
frcMb lime In an open vchwoI In the
room and leave It there for twutity
four bourn, carefully closing the win
dow and d'Mir. At the end of the
twenty-four houm rewelgh thu lime,
and If tin lucreiiM exceed 1 per cent
of the original weight It I not afe to
1lvu In thu room.
Bllver Fox For.
The black allver fox fur I mont vol
unble when there I no allrcr In it
when It i a pure rich black through
out. A dreitned klu of I bin aort aver
age 'M by 10 iuebc nnd will easily
bring $.1,500. A good silvery skin,
clear nnd pure In color, with blulsu
underwool, Is worth about f'.'.OOO.
, in ... r
Chtp Carpet Cttsntr.
"What can I ue to clean corpetat"
nuked n rorreix)ident who signed her
self, rather bahfully, "Young Hrtde."
"Have you tried your young bus
UindT" replied the unswera editor,
who lost hi tolllon Just a few houm
after tbu reply appeared. Cleveland
Ottting It Right.
"He'a broke, nnd th girl he waa en
gaged to ba dropped blm."
"Sbe dropped and broke bleu, eh 7"
"No, She broke aDd dropped him."
Mr. Btsylate-lK that clock. rigttT
MIm De Pink (wearily)-I, think It
must .need cleaning. If been two or
three hours going that lost hour New
Fortitude la a great help In distress.
Mrs.-Ob. Jack! Dolly told me the
mot excltng secret and made me
awear never to tell a Ilrlrur aobi; Mr.
-Well, hurry up with It. I'm late to
the office now. Cleveland Leader.
Axiom In Economics.
Aa a rule, the money u man doesn't
save by remaining a bachelor would 1
more than enough to support a wlf
and ten children. Chicago News.
Life without Industry ! guIlL-Johi
For the Fall Season
Have Just Arrived
Trimming Silks Suitable for Girdles
and Vcstings, which are now the
Vogue. Wide Ribbons for Girdles.
Warren's GIRDLE FOUNDATIONS.
THE NEWEST FIRST
TIIK DKPKNDO.V STOltE. JL
September Ladles' Home Journal
Patterns Now Ready.
vestment of hla friend's money la not
known but it la auggeated that he
might buy Urass llutte and try again.
Bend Dutter la Tiest on Dread.
conx snow riutttiuMs.
The O.'-W. U. Sl N. Co.. baa issued
a premium list for the Corn Show to
be held at Wajta Walla, Washing
ton, on November 2C,"2'S, 27 anil 28.
Competition U open to everyone In
territory tributary to the railroad's
lines in Oregon, Washington and Ida
ho. It is expected that the com
pany's campaign for the production
of corn in the three atatea will result
In a good exhibit at the show.
CZIEAMKRV NOTICE. T
Dutter will be on sale atith'e cream-.
ery between the hours or Bajail 10
in the morning only,
Bargains In granltewarc
Hardware Company.1 Adv.
Bend Butter Is Beat on, Bread.
(Contlnutd from page one.)
Taxation Tables Given.
Further studies of the matter of
taxation havo been made during tho
past week, the chief effort having
been exerted toward collecting facta
In regard to taxes In Crook county
In the past. With these figures be-
Bend Butter la Beat on Bread.
i j-j j.
Don't Worry About Hot
Weather When You Can
SA VE 20
at Thompson's Furniture Store.
E. M. Thompson
New Location opposite McCuislon. Grocery.
, i (L ?Biul, Oregon , ,
ADDITION TO KMIILK.M CLUB.
Tho delivery of lumber began yes
terday for an addition to tho Kmblom
Club house, the construction of which
will begin at once. Tho addition
will stand in tlie roar of tho prcsunt
building nnd will be of ono story,
60X&6V feet In alio. Tho outside
will bo covered with slabs harmonis
ing with tho original building.
Bargains In granltownre.
Hardware Company. Adv.
NOTICE TO IIKMOCIUTK.
Wo request that ono democrat
from each precinct In the county meet
witn us at the omce or .M. H. Biggs,
at Prlnevlllo, Oregon, on Saturday,
August lMh. 1914, at four o'cloc't
p. m., for the purpose of electing
a County Democratic Central Com
mittee All democrats of the coun
ty ara requested to como or send n
tho name of ono In their precinct to
act ns central committee man from
Dated August 1st. 1914.
(Signed) M. It. BIGGS.
It. W. ZEVELY.
Appointed Committeemen for Croo
County. 22-23 Adv.
Buy Bend Butter.
BltASS IS GOINU UP.
According to Hugh O'Kano of tho
Bend Hotel, his friend John McCon
vll of Butte. Montana has juat sold a
largo "brasa mine" In thnt town for
SG5.000 which he Intends to lnvo3t
In. a piece of land on Broken Top.
Just what section of the mountain
Mr. O'Kano has selected for the In-
1912 . 9,979,152
High School 1.25
fore hliri It will be possible, for tho
voter' to make comparative atadle.?
that are very illuminating. 'TfcBftl
letln la Indebted to Goukty'Apieawr
Foster for these table.,. ,
The first owe compares valuations
and amounts paid In toxeti for a ser
ies of years and tho second shows tno
mlllage levied for all purposes' slnto
1907. in respect to tbj4e!n'nd taiblo
It will be noted that the tt lvy
haa been Included In the fe'eiieral levy
except for the years ttll and. 1913.
14.30 15.50 15.50 16.00 20.00 24.00 26.00
The Largest Insurance
Agency in Central Ore.
"It's the way we wrkc our policies."
Our policies pay 100 cents on tire Jollor.
We have over 400 satisffol policy holders.
Tbe largest insurers in Crook County are
our Iea4is customers.,
Bend Insurance Agency
First National Bank Building Bend, Ore.
1'OMCIES THAT l'KOTKOT.
Mayfield Woolen Mills
We will give a new pair if
they FADE or SHRINK from
washing. Now Priced from
$1.75 to $5.00
SPECIAL BLUE SERGE AT
e. a. sather;
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