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THE I1END RULLKTIN, MKND, OUR., WKRNKSDAY, RKCKMRKR S, 1UM,
Conch Krsklno Contributed to Success
of Season Many Stan Developed
-Jjom or CnptAln Vmlcvert AVlil
Ilo Felt Ky Team Next Yea.
: With tho defeat of tho Crook coun
ty high tchool team on November 24
tho Dend high school eleven brought
Its Reason to n successful close. Out
of four games playod tho team hns
won three, losing one closely contest
ed Rama to Prlnovillo.
Much of tho credit for the succoss
of tho season Is duo to tho coach,
Chns. W. Ersklnc. Mr. Ersktne hi
had four ycar'B experience In varsity
foot ball, having playod two yours nt
half back and end on the University
of Oregon team In the years 1907 and
1308, and two years at Wlllamotto
University, whero ho wns regular halt
back In 1911 and 1013. Through
out tho season Mr. Krsklno has in
stilled upon tho minds of his charges
the two qualities that are so charac
teristic of tho teams he played upon,
speed and a fighting spirit.
In developing tho team tho coach
was considerably handicapped by the
lack of any scrub eloven against
which to practice. With no pppo-
nents tho team had nothing to do
dally beyond running through signals
nnd It was Impossible to work out
any satisfactory defense Neverthe
less in their games the players show
ed their football Instinct and defend
ed their kooI with ability.
Every man on tho team through
out tho year played his level best, and
nlthough tho wholo team was not
composed of stars, a marked I in
provoment was shown by everyone
na the season advanced. Right tacklo
waa tho position that gavo Captain
Vandevert and Coach Krsklno the
most worry until tho last gamo wbon
they persuaded Doyd, who had nover
come out for tho team, to play. He
showed his real worth In that game,
being evident In almost every play.
The strength of tho team was In
tho backfield, whero tho real start
wero stationed. Kolloy throughout
was undoubtedly the most valuablo
man, especially In tho last game, In
which ho scored threo of the four
touchdowns. Ho will bo eligible for
the team next year.
As half back, J. Stcldl and Captain
Arthur Vandevert were really excep
tional, for a team so green, as was
tho local one at tho beginning. Steldl
will bo In tho high school next year,
but all the supporters of the team
will be sorry to learn that Captain
Vandevert will graduato next spring.
nnd so be lost to tho team another
Brandenburg at full back through
out the season fought like a but'
dog, and from tho results that came
from his work, anybody could reaJ
ily bellevo it. In the last Prlnovillo
game he was probably the hardest
fighter on tho team.
Here are the score of the games
played by Tlend. Bend 3. Redmond
0: Ilend 30. Redmond 0: PrlnovIHe
!9. Ilend 28; Rend 28. Prinevlllo II.
lug day Mr, and Mrs, Waltor Marsh
entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs.
J, W. Drown and son liny, l'oto Jon
sen nnd Mr. and Mrs. John Marsh
Mr. and Mrs, John Decker of Wit
sonvlllo. Oregon, spout n few dnya
hero last week, locating on n 40 ncro
pica of land near Latdlnw. They ex
pect to movo hero In about six weeks.
Mr. Decker was formerly In tho
employ of the Y, M. C. A. In tho
U. S. R. S. construction camp nonr
Dumping Lake, Washington.
Tho adult m ambers of tho Union
Sunday school mot Wednesday oven
ing nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Snyder, for Dlbla study nnd to mnko
final plans for Christmas. Mrs. G. E.
Rosa gavo a brief report of her visit
to tho Sunday school convention at
The entertainment and social giv
en by tho boys nnd girls of tho Sun
day school last Saturday evening was
Quito a success. In splto or tho storm.
Tho program was enjoyed by nil,
as well as tho good timo, and refresh
ments which followed. Tho young
people should bo encouraged In tholr
efforts to nelp pay for tho now piano.
O. Laurganrd and family took din
ner with Dr. Hosch and family of
Redmond Wednesday of last week.
Tho Chapman family havo moved
into town nnd llvo Just north of
Nell Ray has built a substntlnl
hny fihed on his nlsco in Laldlnw.
Mrs. P. N. Wallaco gavo a delight
ful birthday dinner at hor homo on
Thanksgiving day for "Undo Frank
Nichols." A nambcr of Mr. Nichols
most lntimato friends wero present
to enjoy Mrs. Wallace's hospitality
and to wish "Undo Frank" tho best
of greetings for tho now year.
Mrs. Ada Lundberg and family nnd
Mrs. Jeffries took dlnnor at tho Fl-
alia homo Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson on
tortalnod Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanford nt
Mr. and Mrs. John Dcckor of Wit
convillc. took Thanksgiving dinner
nt tho Hewitt home.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ross entertain
ed Mr. and Mrs. John Dcckor at din
ner Frldny evening.
Dornlco and Molvln Couch were
Lnldlaw visitors Saturday and Sun
day at tho home of Mrs. Clara Nichols.
Church of tho Hrctlirun.
No sorvlccs hoxt Sunday.
Iltblo school 10 n. m. Preaching
sorvlco 11 o'clock, subject, "Tho El
ements of tho Christian Church." Af
ter tho preaching sorvlco thu Lord's
supper will bo ndmlnlstored. Young
Peoples' mooting 0:30. Preaching
sorvlco nt 7:30 p. in., subject "Ren
son for Doing n Christian." A prnyor
meeting and lllblu study class will
bo hold In the Daptlst church Wed
nesday ovonlng, December Oth, hogta
lutat "They thoroughly oloaiincd my
system nnd 1 felt llko n now man
light niut tree. Thny nro tho host
modlcluo I hnvo ever taken for con
stipation, Thoy keep tho atomnoli
swoct, liver nctlvo, bowols regular. '
Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
Try an oyster cocktail at tho Cosy
Use Deschutes Spray Flour! It Sa
tho best mado and a Uond product.
Adv. 37 tt
Qoro, Qa., P. A. Morgan had oo
caslon recently to use a liver medi
cine nnd says of Foloy Cathartto Tab-
NOTION FOR PURIFICATION.
Department of tho Interior, U. A.
Land omco, nt Tho imilos, uro-
gon, November 11, 1914.
Notice is horoby given tluvt William
J. Alt, of Dond, Oregon, who, on No
vember 30th, 1907. made Homestead
Entry No. 1B800, Borlnl , No.
04305, for HUNWtt, WH NHH Boo
tlon 0, Township 17 8., Range 13 13.,
Wlllamotto Meridian, hns tiled notlco
of Intention to mnko Final Flvo Year
proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, boforo 11. C. Ellis,
V. 8. Commissioner, at Ilend, Oregon,
on tho 38th day of Docombor-, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John F. Young, Waller Danlola,
James R. Donham, James J-ow, all uf
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
37-41 c. Register
NOTlUH FOIL I'UIHilCATION.
Department of tho Interior, IF. 8.
iLuml Olllco at Tho Dalles, Oregon.
October 88th, 1014.
Notlco Is horoby itlvon that Clifford
J. Cook, of Rami, Oregon, who on
May 13th, 1010, made Hntmstmiil
Entry, No. GOfiO, for Hit Hootlou 7,
Township 30 South, Range 10 East,
Wlllntnetto Meridian, has tiled notlco
o( Intention to iimko Final Threo
Year Proof, to establish claim to tho
land nbova uoncrlbod, boforo II. O. El
lis, U. 8. Commissioner, at Ilend, Ore
gon, on tho 10th day of Docombor,
Clnlmnnt nninos ns wltnoM
Thomas dray, (loorgo i'owors, Earl
Powers, Ferdinand Tnusohor, nil of
Mount Pino, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
37-41 c. Register.
On hose Chilly Mormrtk
Fresh oysters at tho Cozy Restnu-rant-
This And Flv Cents.
Don't nilsn this. Cut out this slip
enclose flvo cents to Foley & Co..
Chicago, III., writing you name nnd
nddross clearly, ou will receive
in return a freo trial paekago con
taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound, for Coughs, colds and croup.
Foley Kidney Pills and Foloy Cathar
tic Tablets. For sole In your town
by Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
Try tho Altamont for Sunday dln
nor. 6 to 7. p. m. Adv.
baK ( rt"-,vT ' 1
You can dress in
comfort by using a
Take it to the bath
It makes the wholo
For best results use
Writ, l.r U.kl,t. "Wmrrnlh
Standard Oil Company
NOTICE FOR PUHMOATION.
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Olllco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
November 3, 1014,
Notlco la horoby given that John
W. Bcott, of Lnldlaw, Oregon, who on
April 8, 1013, mado Desert Laud En
try, No. 010150, for Lota 1 nnd 2,
Hoctlon C, Township 10 Houth, Rntigo
11 East, Wlllamotto Morldlnn, has
lllod notlco of Intention to iiiuku
proof, to establish claim to tho laud
nbnvo donorlliod.Jiefuro H. C. Kills,
It. 8. Commissioner, nt llund, Oregon,
on tho 18th day of Docombor, It'll,
Claimant nnmoa nn witnesses:
Nnlhnit Henderson, (loorgo II.
Whllnkor, Howard L. (llllntt, JiiiiIoiih
H. I'oho, nil of Lnldlnw, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
30-fiO p. Register,
NOTICE FOR PURIFICATION.
Department of tho Interior, U, 8.
Land Olllco nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Novumher 3, 1914.
Notlco Is horoby ulvon thnt Juntotm
8. Pago, of Lnldlnw, Oregon, who oil
Docombor 9th, IP 11, nindn Home
stead Entry, No. 00739, for NVtBH
Vt, BWU BEU and BI314 BWVi,
(lection 0, Township. 10 South, Rnngo
11 Enst, Wtllamulto Meridian, him
tllod notlco of Intention to mnko
Final Threo Year proof, to establish
claim to tho land nbova described,
boforo H. O. Ellis, U. 8. Commission
er, nt Ilend, Oregon, on tho 18th day
of Docombor, 1014.
Claimant names nn witnesses:
Nathan Henderson, (Jeargo II.
Whltitkor, Howard L. Olllott, John
W. Bcott, all of Lnldlnw, Oregon.
11. FRANK WOODCOCK,
30-G0 p. Register,
The Largest Insurance
Agency in Central Ore.
It's the way we write our alleles."
Our policies pay 100 cents on the dollar.
We hove over 400 satisfied policy holders.
Tho largest Insurers in Crook County are
our leading customers
Bend Insurance Agency
First National Bank Building Bend, Ore.
POLIC1HH THAT I'ltOTIfOT.
Rest For Kidneys Says Doctor.
&T, STtTtCKtial. GreoavillorSo.
Car,, says that In his 30 yoars of ex
perience he has found no preparation
for the kidneys equal Xa Foley Kid
nay Pills. In 50c and $1.00 sizes.
Rest you can buy for backache, rhou
maUsro, kidney and bladder aliments,
?oU9rpn Drug Co, Adv.
(Continued from pago 2.)
visitors to Dend Friday, returning
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ceo. Haven enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Patterson and
family nnd Mrs. Walcott at a Thanks
giving dinner Thursday.
Oscar Prlckett was a business vis
itor to Rend Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wllleoxon, Mrs.
Hpbeon, Fred and Will Urown and
Reaves Wllleoxon comprised a party
attending the Thursday evening
danoo In Redmond.
Lee Hoblw shipped 30 head of
houB to Portland Monday.
Mjw Ada Morse has accepted a po
sition with Andsrson and Talllaferro
Miss Mabol Allen, who has taken
charge of the Rear Creek school left
Saturday to assume her dutlett.
Motor Urofl. were business visitors
In Rand Saturday whore they closed
a deal whereby they become the ow
NHru of the (lien Mustard place in tills
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shearer and
daughter Ruth, and Mrs. Mary Ore
wllor were guests of Mrs. Shearer's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Orewllar
of Rend for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Oro
AvJIor remained over for a visit.
Miss Bdna Morso and Miss Jnnn
Allen, teachers who have visited
homo folks tho past week returned
to their duties Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs E. N. Hall on
Sunday, November 29th. n. son.
Miss- Rrennen of Pendleton came
in on Uie Monday evening train to do
nursing at tho E N Hall home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A M. Fulkorson of
Baljwn, loft for their home Monday,
following a pleasant week's visit with
Mr. Fulkorson. Br., and Mrs. Earl
Saunjlers and fnmlly. tho latter a.
sister of Mr. Fulkerson.
Edison Mazda Lamps
BUY THEM BY THE BOX
IT'S CHEAPER. '
1 0 per cent discount when
purchased in lots of five.
s. You will save money and
(you will always have a lamp
This new price not only
makes the price of MAZDA
Lamps nearly the same as
that of the old style carbon
lamps but gives you twice'
the amount of light for the
same cost of electricity.
The BRICK GARAGE
(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT)
First Class Repair Work done by experts.
Yes, we repair Fords, Mid guarantee the
job. Full line tires and supplies. We
have a few bargains in second hand cars.
;- - Give us a trial.
Hm Bend Garage Company
WHERE SERVICE COUNT!!
H. H. RRUNKA O. M. IIAKUIt
(vMPBh AS2!Zj .s !
The BEND WATER LIGHT
(3b POWER CO.
SPECIAL FARES to Portland
y- r : : - :-- i. .a-- am. tttt rB
Pet Live Stock Show
PORTLAND, December 7th to 12th
Make your headquarters at the
New Perkins Hotel
Hates with bath $1.80.
Popular Price Restaurant.
Just u little way from the Show Room.
The Miller Lumber Company
(Speclnl to Tho Bulletin.)
LAIDLAW, Nov. 30. Thauksglv-