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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1914)
Till JJIJW UVliUrnV, IlKNP,, OHK. WKNKWAY, SKITKMBKH , 1M.
i miiV m
UIt imiuoiiftc Ntoolc of Tablets, Inks, IVncilH,
School Hooks, Pcnuil Hoxcs, Pens, etc.. is
now ready for the opening of ;i:hool. We have
Uie most complete Nlgck of .sup)lies ever before
seen in Henri.
rMIILDMSN ATTENTION'!! SPEC FA LI I
We have a supply of hijjl) (ratio waterproof
school bas, easily worth U.le. We will ive
one til these school bap KKKE to each child
with $1.00 cash purchase of supplies or with
$1.00 worth of cash tickets from our store.
PATTERSON DRUG CO.
TJit fyaMaSAj Star
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Hclmll him Inft for Portland.
Kuril ItmvnH for Tacomn to-
Tom Johnson arrived In town on
A. K. Cniiiptioll of Crescent xvhh In
Mr. nihI Mr. John Unstor wore In
town Inst wouk.
0. II. Illshop of Imperial was In
town on Thursday.
K. Caspovltsli of llaiuntiid vnlUy
waa In town last week.
JodNo J. (t. Thorvo of l.aldlaw
u In lawn oh Friday.
MhM Itlrlioy, mis of (hi now (Mch
ont. I slaying with Mr. Icnh. '
Miss Mildred Komi of 1'Hnevlli Is
visit ln Mrs. IS. M. Thompson.
Nat Davis l running Ilia I'an'a
mirk hetwn lttnd and llurna.
T& U-lllt. IttAtlm- ..f IHualillMl !
eitwo to Iwm to attend srbool.
Marssret Wlt I! on H'Mid"
to rwHm hat atMtttaa at O. A. C.
Mrn. 1'uUsbm save an Informal
drnro al bar homo Prltlay avoulm.
Joan and Carl KlalufelUt or tho
HnMauut vallay wm In town tt
Mra. Porraat la plsvlair at I ho
ttrwtra during Mm. Mnalaren'a hi-
O. Unrgnard anl (1. 161. Hoae i.f
tha TtiHtalo Projact wars la town on
W. JJ. Chanor ami lwht M. Da
vla Ml lost ntflltt on their return to
J. P. Keys returned Ratiinls"
mornlna from n bttriiipss trip to
Mlaa Mary Mann was In town for it
fpw day last waok, roRlattircil nt tin
Mra. II. IS. Allen nntcrtalii'il tho'
llrlitau Club nt har homo last Friday
Anglo Young loaves Friday morn
ing for Wnsco, whoro who U to tonnh
141 Klity threw first grndo pupils ros
islerod at tlio beginning of the school
Hanger llnrton Onojf was In town
taut Friday night from tho III Itlver
Margaret Wlest arrived In town on
Friday after a two weeVs visit with
friends In llurna.
l.aiira Illshop of Imperial hna Immw
engaged to toaoh loliool at llrothora
tho coming year.- --
Klhel Holmta arrived Saturday
night to rt'iumo hur duties na lonelier
In tho high koIiooI. I
Mrs. Mnolarcn wont to liar homo
atcad today. Inking Dr. Oonnnrn'it
children with hur,
liov. IC. J. Judd mid Itov. II. C.
llHrtrunft wont out to tho foriunr's
hoiiiiHttoHd on Monday.
Tho Vnudi'Vitrt fnmlly liuvo ooiiin
down from tluilr tip river runoh for
llic oponlUK of tho tclmolii.
Dorothy Kehooleraft Ixft aVitunUy
ulKlit for Hand I'olut, Idaho, wharo
alio will touch thla winter.
John JiiIiiihoii loMVoa for Hood
Itivnr tho latter pnrt of tho weuk to
work In tho applo'orvharda.
John Hnthor ltava for Oorvallta
IIih llmt Mirt of iixt w(wk to tnko up
lila atudloa nt tha O. A. V.
Mrs. .lank tyanloy la iMok from
IHirtland much linprovod In honlth.
Monday aloi rlalttHl at RktiMt'a.
Tho Hand (live Club lis It llmt
inatttluK of IIih Autumn tomorrow at
th homo of Mm. O. V. I'utnam.
mto ICnidBoor l.wl Mrrlrwd in
town Uila mornlHK on a vlalt of la
atKMlloH to tba Tumulo I'rtijoct.
Marllm lldnar arrlvod In town ou
Thoraduy nlRhl to lako up har dutloa
aa prtnelpMl of tha erode arliool.
Mlaa Holdwln of Frtaovlllo k
ratnrHMl komo aflor a atx wook'a fla
il with Mm. Hyatt at Tho Tuloa.
Mra. Orawallar roturnfl from
Portland oh WinlnxMlay avaolaii.
ptaaalHK to romalu bor all wlntar.
Ska la with liar sou Charloa at tUa
Nottli Canal dam. Mra. Orawolior'a
uloro. Mra. Danlol Ortwllr of
nttlH neeunipanlml her aul will vlatt
ur fur a ahort tlraa.
Mlaa llalth. Mlaa Uirano nnd MUs
Tnylor. now toahtra In tha HohiI
wliooiat 1UV roKalarwl nt tho AIW
mont. Tho Fralornnl ltrotliorhtHid will
mIvh tltolr roKUlur montlily dnnco at
mthnr'ii Hall, on Tlturmlny. Ruptaut
Thumday ovoiiIiik Mra. II. J. Ovar
turf itava a dluuar iwrty In honor of
Mlaa Mnry lloyhurn and Mlaa Har
J. IC. Cooper, who has Itaon apend-
Ihk n fuw dnya In town, left laat
nlKhl on Ida return to hla homiMtoad
MIm UiIii Colon nrrlvoil Similar
moruliiK to taku n position with
Manuholmiir llroa. tiho la living with
Mm. W. W. FaulkiKfr la axpocted to
return tho latter part of this wok
from ltiHolurK. wharo she hua ln-on
1altlnK hor alNtor.
Tho llnptlst Women'a t'nlon meats
with Mrs. T. II. Foloy on Thumday at
t n'elock to sw. All mamtiom nra
unN to ho prtNiul.
Mra. V. II. Helium and hor son.
Itnaald, returned from ttou Olalro.
Wlaeonsln, wharo they havo deen for
llu Inst nlno mouths.
Jlnrrlott Dotaou. who hns (icon !n
town durlim tho Inst wook, loft Hu.i
day inornlnx for Crofcront, wliuro an
Is to toaoh this winter.
Flurmc.o Yojinijwtint to, J'orllnud
Momlny nipt, from thoio It Is hor
Intention to no to Moro, Oretfo'i,
whoro sho IK t6 ((inch this winter.
Tho II. 8. Civil HervliMiCoinii)lnl'),i
nnnoimt'OH Hint n nialo HtouoKraphtr
mid typowrltnr examination will
hold In Hunt! on HOpUinilmr 1U, 191 1
J, U. Iluntor and family left Him
ilny for llooil Hlvor, whnra tlioy will
ryinaln for aliout a month, Mr. Ilnii
tnr luirventlnc tho npplo crop on hu
Mlaa Poarl Hlahtowor, nlstor r.f
Mra. F. F, jJnilth, and formnrly u
Htudont nt tho Hand HIkIi ehuol, ar
rlvod hero Inst Kuiiday to laka up h"r
dutltta na toanhor.
Murhnil .1. Ollkay or (ho Tunisl-i
1'rojnot was In town on Frltlay. Mr
Ollkoy has now laft for Hoaion when
ho will eutar tho MaaaaeliHaatta n
Mtttuto of Tenhnoloxy.
Tho mielol moatlnK of the I'res
hytorluu Oulld wfll lw at tho homo
of Mm. Wlost Weduwdny, Soptomi''r
In. All Intorostod rrlunds nod atran
Kith oapeclally Invltod.
Hllrnlietli mid Francos (Jlniltir nr
rlvoil In town Httnday for tho winter.
Thy havo uoati UvIiik on tha family
homiwtoad with thalr mother In th;
Mllllemi valley all aiimiiior.
Tho I'roaliytorfnn and Catholic !,
dloa will elvo a cafaterlit dinner i
tho old Trlplett ImiIIi1Iii on Wall
atreot. ThuriHlny nvonlnK, Koptomhor
17th. The I'roatiyterluu ladlua will
nlno kIvo n dinner ou olucllnu tiny.
Tho Malhodlat I.itdlca Aid Roeloty
will maet nt tho home of Mm. I. U
Fox Woduiaiday, Heileinlnir ICth, at
2 o'clock. All Indies nro roqiitMitod
to lirlnic tholr thlinliloa aa this Is to
bo n soelal and work iiiwiIuk oom
hlnwl, The Crook County Vatorana of tho
(1, A. It. will hold tliotr annual re
union at Lnldlnw, Hoitombwr SStli.
All the votoraas and aona of vetarana.
and tho valorous of tho SpnntaH
Amorlcan war am cordially Inrltod
At the lis pt 1st ehnrrh ThurmWr
nlKht st S o'cUwk Mrs. Blra Molwrt
will apaak on alum life Ip tho large
cities. Mrs. Ilolmrt has int 8 oirs
In alum work. Thoro will nt n prn
itrHRt f apootal muslr and all arr In
vtl to attend.
Thorson the Jeweler
has just received some c$ira fine white
RANGING FROM S60 TO $85
Call and see them before buying else
where. tDorit forget the number
when you want your watch repaired.
COUNCIL MEETING LAST NIGHT
Auditor Ilepoila City As.Hn KOOOll
in Kro-i of l.litldlltliM.
Tho regular monthly mooting "t
tba City Council waa held last night
for tho flmt tlmo In tho now ouariom
In tbo Johnson liutldlnK oocuolel
Jointly with tho ContMorfla) Clu
An ordinance HmltlNK tbo numuur of
moving uleturo shows waa road tor
tho last tlmo and Mood and the flmt
rotwrts woro roeolvod from tho treas
urer and rot-ardor undsr the new sys
tem of accounts Instnllad by Accoun
tant Max Crundnll. Mr. Crandall's
final report on city finances whs also
Iirosented shoInK tho city aweta to
to $9000 In oxeoaa or liabilities.
The council took tho necessary
steps to begin the vacation of n XO
foot Btrlp In rroilt'or'lhe Held school
and to exchange; tills with tlio sciioni
district for n strip on tho west sldo
of tho school property for nso in
strnlKhteulitK Wall street anil avoid
Iiik n heavy IocIko whoro tho stroJt
passoo tho school grounds. Current
bills woro paid Including n Idll of tho
county for road work done within
(ho elty limits amounting to $1101.20
In addition to amounts paid for the
iitua pur pone at a former nicotinic.
Tho Portland Ad Oltib. during Its
stny In llontl. visited many polntu "r
Intorost. It uoearoe vor)' necea-.y
after the eruption nt I.va Hutto to
look for tho leading barker shun.
Thoy found It hero." Woro thoy
rlKhtT I) rlKlit. An exnmpio wo
ly of Imltntlon. Tho .Metropol
gpTI 4 Black
For School or Play
The Mothers Say-
School days arc here. Arc the kid
dies ready ? How about their school
days' cupply of stockings? We have
just what they need stock
ings that have been favorites
with American mothers for
more than 25 years.
Black Cat Hose
, They arc just the kind for rough and tumble for nil the r nines
tlmt your boys and girls piny.
They are dnrnproof. Will stand the roughest treatment because of
the special Mnck Cat wearproof process for heel, toe and sole.
For the boys, get your choice of Styles Nos. 10, 15 or 1)0 with
durable, riui'i.F. knkk. Climbing trees and playing marbles doesn't wear
them out. Style No. 55 or HO are other favorites excellent for "your
girls. Have beautiful lustre. '
Come in today and look over the varied Black Cat Children's line.
Don't put oil' this important preparation for school days.
Make our store jour headquarter for tho children's
chool day' npiiarel. Our selection is wide and varied.
III' At il
CMcigt Ktnoihi Huliri Co.
KtN HA,. Wl.
TIIK l)KI'KMM)N KTOKK
GAS AND OTHER TROUBLES OEATR OF WALTER J. SPENCER i CHURCH NOTICES
NKI.I.1K Itl'XS AWAY.
A. B. Kdwnrds and F. A. IHroIo'V
dn voted Sunday to oatohlng n miNts
of trout for tho 1'ortlnndor's Moudnn
inornliiK broakfnst. driving up river
w'th "Solllo." Tho llond Company 3
restless uiaro. Nolllo took thorn up
all right but after the fishermen had ;
left she doclded there was nothing '
It for hor anil ran homo. The tlsh
ormon walked, but thanks to tholr
tktll tho Ad Club had their trout.
Is for sale by
E.r A. Satlier . :-: I, It McClincy
coming in daily. Full
line of ,
Nifty Fall Hats
at prices to suit you.
A. L. FRENCH
Oregon St., Bend
ItamooMmtloii (iheu of llow to l'ttt
Tito l.l(iiliN In Out llottlc.
When you drlvo from 21 to 25
automobllos ovor tba roods of south
wontorn CriHik county for two days
you ara woll within your rltchta If
you expect moro or loos Uro trouble,
gos trouhlo, aprlnK trouble, nod all
the other kinds of trouhlo that have
become familiar since John 1). Intro
ducod the consumption of Rasollno iu
connection with rubber tiros and
lark pIurs. The expectation was
realized on Sunday and Monday
though only In a mlnoY degree, and
whn It Is realized that on tho twa
duya ovor 10,000 pansensar miles
wore covered, ns tho railroad stati
on ns would put It, you bogln to see
tho beauties of automoblllnK In this
- Ono aealdont with n most fortunate
outcome oeourrod when J. 11. Minor a
car was ovorturnod through a combi
nation of a lost hat and u rock In the
road. No one waa hurt and aftor a
half hour's delay to procure a new
radiator tho party went on. A. L.
Froach broko an axlo near Sisters on
the first dny'a jaunt but had n now
one sent In from Portland by th
niK'ii oxprvsa. un .tionuaj- no iiur-,
rled out to tho oar, mndo repairs tin I
U'trn tuif.tf 111 f linn In tiinbn thn ll.n. '
hntn Falls-Lava Dutte trip.
An nmUBlnc situation was created
won Floyd Uomont ran out or Rase-
lln lie soils tho stuff that makns
tho Nvhecls go 'round In competition
wlthV Mr" Prlnglo, of tho United
Warcuouso. and fate sent "NIk '
alongVo supply his competitor, stuck
by tlnl road aide. Ho had pionty nut
tho oilv available container In elthsr
car w4h which the transfer could bo
inndrtfvns a quart bottle of Bomnthlng
that Mill hail aopio In It, and accord
Ipglylind to bo emptied hoforo belnc
usettAor. tho Samaritan deed. Dctnlli
aryUoktufc but It Is Onuorstmm lli.it
not' a drop was wasted, t-ioyd gut
eas. and some or tho Ad Club
Titurtct wore but In good Bhapo' to
sing at tho banquet.
Knil Conic Smlilriily to Well Known
Walter J. Spencer, a brother of
Mra. Clyde McKay, and. known to
many In Mend, died suddenly of ty
phold. pneumonia at hla homo In I.a
Qrande, Oregon, on August 29. The
funeral was held on September 3 and
waa attended by Mrs. McKay, who re
turned to town Sunday,
At tho time or his death. Mr. Spen
cor was in tho amploy: of tho Palmer
Lumber Company, holding tho Im
portant position or superintendent of
logging operations. Besides his wlrA
and three children ho Is survived by
his father and three sisters living In
Minnesota, by Mrs McKay In Dend,
and two brothers in Ln Grande.
j Sunday school at 10:09 a. m.
I Preaching at 11:00 a. m. Tkeme
"The Midnight Cry." Preaching at
7:19 p. in. II. C. Hartrantt. pastor.
WHAT COIXHtS? WHAT PAINT?
' Tho two vital painting questions
are what colors and what paint?
The wrong color scheme will serious
ly mar the attractive appearance of
your homo. Tho wrong paint will soon
, fnde, crack and peel off, exposing tho
I wood to tho weather. You can get
, a pleasing color treatment and wood
protection or unusual durability by
using S-W-P iSherwln-Williama
Paint Prepared.) See local agent.
X. P. Welder, painter and decora-
, tor. Adv. 26tf
U. S. Separators and -milk cans.
Skubo Hu'rdwaro Company. Adv.
buck- ff' a
SEPTEMBER 24.2S-26, 1914
WW Itj ffudofsl fl rmlcaliHtitllii
riqlllflltlictt. H K ClBlllillll
Os (law Hunt
lit mil Ida ns
itrit iti itlif
ROAU & NAVIQATIOK COMPANY
Pure Food Market
FRUITS FOR CANNING
Peaches, Pears, Plums, Apples, Grapes.
Also Melons, New Tomatoes, Vegeta
bles and other Produce FRESH Every
Day. Staple and Fancy Groceries.
S. C. 'CALDWELL 3S
TIIK KT(JU: OK QIAMTV ..
Treo Dellvrrjr Anywliero lu City.
New Styles, New Pat
'-""' i's ny , i n i i jm
terns, Same Old Prices
Monarch .... $ 1 .00
Arrow . . . . $1.50
Arrow Collars . . 2 for 25c
AGENTS for Standard Patterns,
the Standard Fashion Book and
E. A. SATHER.