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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1914)
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Arlislic Japanese Baskets,
nil shapes and Hius Popular Prices,
Patterson Driig Co.
W. It. flUititH, I'rlnco Stoat, Ilrnco
DoyiirinoiKl, Jtnlnli rolndoxlur, John
fltoldl, Htovo Htalill nnd Clydo McKay
luft for Hllvor Lnhu Tuesday, duck
Tim Bulmcrlpllon CI u I) hold It
regular monthly danco In Hathoru
Hull. About flfU'on couples wore
printout ntul ovury ono onjoyml it vory
Forest Hcuiienr II. I'. Biiillh, who
Iirh linen working on tlio Tumnlo tcl-
ophono lino, wn In town today, ""Jin
loft this nftoriioon to rosuiuo lil dti
Hum nt 'i'urnnlo.
The young woman of tlia M, B.
church will havo a cnndy nalo nt tho
Lnldunll more mi Thursday. Tho
sn.o Ih IjqIbk Klvon to help towurd tlitf
"Ululstmna Bhlp" hind.
Mr. A, It, Holt of Lnkovlow,
como to town for tlio winter.
Afrit. 3. II. AVonnndy lias Just re
turned from a visit with her people
In Drain, Oregon.
Oeorgo A. Itldor, gonornl manager
and 13. 13. Howes, special agent f
tlio Union Pacific Idfo Insurant
Company passed through llond Mon
day on their way to Ilurns.
Fred (llluert, who necldoKtr
Miot himself at Crnne J'ralrt) about
two months OL'O. Is tibia to lm 110 mid
around again ami In axpecUd to t it
turn lo town In about two weeks.
Mr. Lnura Coo nnd Mm. Hugh
O'Knao gave n oartl party nt tlio for
Jtfor's residence last Wedneftlny
BiKiii. Tiioro More fourteen labia,
hnrlos Hrsklno won the genilaman'rt
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
All niilmnnlilttt owner who
will give the um of their oars
for county division work aro ro
ijuoHlSd to notify It. W. tfiiwyr. -
J. A. Baste or 0. W. Hwklne.
(InH and oil will t furnlnlmd.
Tho llnplJnt Womnn's Onion meets
nt Mm. Foley's home Thursday nftor
iioon to NOW.
Mm. Uort Stiuoy ha boon III.
Fred Lucas li working at tho Pilot
ih. II. Meyor of Tout, spent Sun.
day In town.
' ' I). Iktrne of I.bIiIIbw, was In
P. II. Johnson of Mltllean wai in
town on Monday,
. W. J. Jamison of Silver Lake wn
In town on Friday.
' Vf. I.. Ourlejr of Deschutes, was
town ovor Hundny.
,Mlss Agnes l.lnd of l'.edraond spoilt,
tho week ond In town.
Walter Cootnbi took a party to
Silver hnktt taut Sunday.
Tho Ilrldgo Club met last week nt
tho homo or Mm. McKay.
tlcorgo Stanley of Portland, nrrlv
od In town thin morning.
Ocorfio and Lee Hobb of Powell
llutlo wero In town Monday.
Mm. 0. A. Jones gave nu Informal
dinner parly Sunday evening.
J. 0. Smith, who lion ben nt XV
Imtdm, has returned to llcntl.
Ilyron A. Stover l working tempor
arily nt the First National Ihink.
J. II. Kennedy of Pln'nvlow. was
rpBtttcrod nt the Jlcnd Saturday.
V. R. Haylov o Uldlaw, wan roR.
Uternd at the WrlRhl over Bnadn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jamlnon of
Silver Iako wero In town Saturday.
Mm. KlumltiK's datiKkter. Mm. Ilo
on, returned from Portland last week.
Doyarmoud'a Garnife Uldir.
Mr. and Mm. It. M. Smith wont to
Itrdmoud last Krldny to nttond tho
Don't forgot tho immqiiflrado dnnao
of the Krnlanal Itrotherhood on the
A party of fifteen ulrls held a
"IIIkIi Jinks" pntty In Sather'a Hall
last I'tlday night.
Horn Octobtir 18 to Mr. and Mrs.
Waltor I.. Wlnic. of I.lniiton, Oroi;on
n son nnmed Thurlow Ilmi.
Tho Mlstimi Taylor. Itltchlo and Hid
nor tondurod n birthday party to Mm.
t.Uflas last Wednesday nlxht.
Tho LnrilfiaJMIat; Society wilt rIvc
a Hllvor Tj"ttt tho resldenoo of Mrs.
Skuso on Novcinbor tno rum.
A, M, ltdwurds and fllonn I'yro re
turned from Hllvor Uiko yeeturday,
after a vory HueeoMful duek hunt.
Don't forgot thn Chlokeii Pie din
ner at tho Trlplott tmlldliu; Thursday
lit Kiit, Kiven by tho Methodist Indies.
O. 0. Honklo took Harry Wyse nnd
wife, Klmor Nlswoimor. Troy Ileavor
and Miss Dojsen p Cruscont Sunday.
Mm. Jennie Ituff of Silver Iiko,
spent the luttor part of last week In
town. SI10 registered nt the WrlithL
Mr. and Mm. W. M. DotiKlaa of
Imperial have como In to llond
that tholr children can attond nehool
Mm. KrrlnKton of Portland, who
has beun staying nt tho Klein's resi
dence, returned homo last Wudaos-
Mm. K. M. Thamiwon, who has
been slok for tho last nix weeks vtth
A nervous breakdown Is reouporntlnic
lit her home.
Thoro will im a meeting of tho La
dles Mbrnry Club in the Ulirary
building next Tuesday aftefnoon ut
J. X. Hunter, who tins an npple
raneh In Hood Hlvor sent tho mam.
bam of tho high school four iwxen t
applee U eelebmte Apple Day.
W. J. MeOllllvrny, who has been In
Minnesota for some weeks, apent a
few days here, lenvlng for his homo
nt Monroe, Washington, yesterdny.
I Mr. and Mm. H. J. Ovorturf ro
turnqd from a week's hunting trip
Saturday afternoon. While they were
away they stayed nt tno iicyuurn
George Hates, who has been In Eu
gene for.tho last month buying cat
tle, returned yesterday. Ho left 4Q
head five miles this side of Ulsters In
Store Property Rentals Drop $75
a Month in City
BANK DEPOSmTcFP $300,000
Fourteen llusincS Houses Quit in Lcsa
Than Yoar. School Attendance Less
OREGON CITY HIT
BY EMPTY TILLS
"Dry" Regime Followed by Query
las to Rcctiver
City Council Calls Election Novcrokr 9
to liaise Levy 8 Mills to Pay Debts
Many Oregon papers have
bueii loaded down within
the past three woekfl with
repeated asfiiiranctw that
"ISubIiigss is Fine in Dry
Tho tliree most importiuit
Oregon cities to become
"dry" nine months ago wore
Salem, OWJgtm City ami
If btwIneR is fin In tlioie efticj
tho tnxpoyorn nuil most of the
buslncM men would like to linvo
tho "(rya'toxplnin jtut whnt
they menii by HCno." If tliey
Iincl snul "btiHliPMi thin," then
tliov tnilil hnve been tnoro easily
uiidorvtoQiI. . iwould
j,ct i lie m nnswer urai nuoui
condltlonn in Halein. Kx-Couneii-
John I). Turner, of Snlom,
f f 1.1,400. Knrtjmrn end n mnntMy
syroll of VvO were put out of com-
The Perils of Pauline
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Thursday, Oct. 22d
Don't Miss the Story!
One FARCE COMEDY
nn nttorncy, i.s wpunor for the
following, fnctflnbont thnt city:
Bnlcm went ''OrHJtWralyvl lt,
elorlnir IS alonn, tbrre rvrtituronti
nrnl two wlilp heuilr nnd v1thJri!T
liquor prrmtta from right lru tnrn
nnd rut off en annual llfiir rrvrnu
of f 1.1,400.
minion. Mot of tlia men liare loft
tho cily. All btlUii .vanttl hy
tlir0 rosernf rr (till Mtinty, ixetit
Ulj, nhltli hni V0" 4MIir0 by ten
nnt who fni vaeatoti emrr ouiimnKi,
(tivrrnl of tke ItiNit ImiM'.nfri blng
lieardM or ml'-ul a Ulllboard.
More than Htb Immlrrd mmltrn dwIl'
Inpi are "for rent." 8w vrnry
rrntaU en Btalt MrMt iw dropjd
fram 1SA to tMO a month, lwt "Wuai
ifCM U fina."
FtMirtMti otbir buatnaft nlaeaa have
elMol lne4 DrfemWr 1 Innt, aiMdo
frM the Mlooim nnd rattauraat. In
aludrd aro thr afcoa iterro two by
abnriff and one rolnntlirilrt one of ta
larKit dr.VRCMMli uterr -Inn. born ufd
for the ftrt time In twenty ywira.
Bcorra of clerk have t th elt,
uaurlnff the lo of mure payroll! to
tin city, but "bi'rlnrfa li fine.'
A leading irohllltlonlit promlard to
build 10 new dwelling! If the rlty went
"dry." Nine hour were blgun, two
have the wlndowa and doors la," but
have never hern flnirhed; ao work hat
been donr on the othtra, betides their
Hulldjng permit from January to
August', the last nine wet months of
IDlSwrre 3S8 t23j from November,
IP13, to Brpttmbfr, IBM, the next
eleven "dry" months, they were $120,
000 Ires, or 1208,160.
The grammar school opening day en
rollment in 1013 wna 1510; on the same
day 1014, 1460. but "tuslntM Is fine."
ilanV deposits show a decrease of
300.048 slnee the town went "dry,"
even after allowing for the 483,000
deposited this yrarfrom sale of bonds
in Doston, The drrreaee, therefore,
really a.nuld be 704,042, but "busi
ness is flno."
The attendance at tho "Cherjy
Fair" this year was about one-half
wjmt t was the last "wrt" year. Tho
Ministerial Association before the elro
tlcn which made Palem "dry," told
tho Cherry Fair promoters that they
would mnko up for the donations uiu
nlly mado by the saloons, but utterly
failed to do so this year and tho po
motors refused to hold that carnlvrl.
Tho "Chorrlnns," oonsUtlng of 100
real boosters, but of no prohibitionist i,
then pledged their personal member
ship for the necessary funda, requiring
tho payment on their part of $800. To
rub It In, the Methodists thrn' turned
thclcVjrch Into n restaurant, put tbo
kitchen in tho pulpit and competed
with tho legitimate restaurants for the
little liiklnoss that their proprietory
had hungrily looked for aa a poaslbl
H usl new must ho "flno" In any city
when building potjralts payrolls, bank
deposlta, bBnkruptoIc8es'a stores, do
populated dwelling, depressed realty
values, school enrollments and carnival
statistics, all Jell, sodreary.-a -ajory of
Oregon City and Clack
amas County, of which Ore
.gon City is the county seat,
present as lamentable a
condition in a business
sense as a defunct corpora
tion about to go into the
hands of a receiver. In
fact, a receivership for Ore
gon City already has been
seriously discussed by cer
tain of its creditors, and
Judge Campbell of that city
has declared his willingness
to declare such a receiver
ship, ( formal application
were made to him, as he
for "any bankrupt
A special election has
been called by the city for
November D "to relieve the
financial 'condition of the
city," the purpose being to
vote .$2r0,000 per cenf
bonds and to increase the
tnoIcvy eight mills in or
der to take aire of the new
On the part of Clackamas
County tho County Trcnsuror is
confronted with an otnpty trea
tiry for the first titna in six yonrs.
The MornhiK Enterprise, a radi
cal prohiltilionwt daily of Ore-
fjjon City, in explaining thus sit
uation, stay "tho ooiiju'A i con-
sirtorttd tho result,.- . nit
of d o 1 i n q u e n
Htoroliract. tMayh'e the prohibit lonts'l
t tile "agitating business" U
-... . ti ..
c-ouiiiy a ia roim.' voiik A
nror Tults refusod Uie nrir. war
rants on the genersl fund Mon
day (Ostober 10- 3014)."-
IJuslness must be "fine" In a city
and a eounty when the treasuries of
both are empty bfc-uw of lack of
money eomlng Jnto their strong boxes,
with a special rlestlon 'railed by tho
city to increase its tax levy, with a re
erivership threatened and with "dan
ger" signs strung along the length of
the businesa portion of -Main street by
"order of tho City Council," which
"Danger Main Street Declared
Dangerous AH persons traveling on
Main street between North side of
Moss street and South side of Third
street do so at their own risk."
Banks are refusing to cash Oregon
City municipal warrants. Since Janu
ary first the city haa issued $39,091,03
In these warrants, according to the re
port of City Recorder John W. I-oder,
and these warrants are still unpaid.
The city tax levy in 1013 in Oregon
City waa eight mills. Two weeka af
ter ,tho elty went dry the council In
creased this levy to 10 mills for 1914,
and on November 0 there is to be a,
fjprclal eletion held at which the voters
will bo asked to sanction an additional
levy of eight mills to meet the munici
pal indebtedness. Yet "business is
flno In dry towns," and Oregon City
li doing well.
Vacant buildings now stand on Main
sireei, ine cmer iiuimesa inornugmaro
of Oregon City, as monuments to the
memory Of one garage, ono clothing
sjore, ono restaurant and ono livery
barn now closed up, but .formerly did
itood businras. Fourteen vacant stores
U)io both sides of Main street, and
thrco vacant lots mark the places
where threo other stores formerly
stood, but which havo burned down.
So littlo haa been the demand for busi
ness property that the burned struc
tures -were never rebuilt. Hut "busi
ness is fine in Oregon City."
Tha Jt'ntojrprlso printing office,
which formerly employed a largo foroo
of printers and bookbindora, and often
worked night and day to fill orders, Is,
now operating its job department crew
but five days a woek, yet The Morning
Enterprise la ono of tbo papers that
has printed the Comtaitteo of Ono
Hundred matter about "bustuess Is
fine in dry tOwna."
If You Have Not Already Bought Y bur
Let us Show You Sonic of the New Balniac'y
aans and Cape Models Just Received.
In plaid and gray, you'll be surprised at the values tpo
$10.50 up to $20.00 .
COMB MOW WI1ILB THIS SMLBCTION -18 IROB.
JPfig O MrHcart linen collar and curt seta All thefaco
i lir. i
Men's Klihg Made Mackinaws
resisting Choice patterns
Cod, wind nnd moisture
All alzcs at from
$5.00 to $10.00
JLnrfl line ladlea, children's, end aion'a winter undorwoor
Are VOL' ready for cold woattior7 Supply your needs at
The iDEPENDOHl Store
TUB DKI'HXDOX STOUB.
Exclusive Local Dealera Eii: V. Price & Co's. Tailoring.
prize, nnd Mrs. C B. Hudson the
ladlea. Itefreahmenta were served and
tho affair proved ono of tbo moat en
tertaining ever held In Ilend.
Invitations havo been Issued by Mr.
and Mrs. Herlry Ford for tho wedding
of tholr sister. Miss Grace Truman
Ha til fTo to tawls Guy Reynolds Ht
tho Presbyterian church on October
xotkt: to my pathoxs..
On the last vcek of each month
I will bo In Sisters until further no
tlce. Dr. J. H. Connarn, Bend, Ore
gon. Adv. 33c
Meet roe at tbo chicken pie dinner
In Triplett building Thursday night,
October 22. Adv.
Fresh oystcrsTiny style nt thn Cory
ItostauranU Adv. 31-34p
HEWAHE OP LMITATIOX.
By solng to tbo tailor and getting
your clothes, you aro assured of cot
ting; tbo very beat quality of woolen
for your money. Imported and do
mestic. Also tho very best of meas
urement, style, nt and workmanship
that skill can mako. My prices rango
from 115.00 up. Dry Cleaning nad
pressing a specialty. F. E. Dick. -A
Try the Altamont for inealsjvydv.
Royal Worcester Corsets
Received ih e Silver , Seal
Certificate, the very highest
honor ever conferred upon
corsets hy "The Institute of
Hygiene," of London, CEng.
We have just received sever
al new styles, including a
front lace, priced at
Remember they are Non
rustable. We also have the
agency for Standard rat-terns.
E. A. SATHER
When You Buy
You want the best in quality, at prices that do not
make you feel that you knight have done better
elsewhere. Caldwell's Pure Food Market is well
prepared to please you in every way. Fresh
Fruits, Vegetables and Produce, Staple and Fancy
S: c, cmmell:
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