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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1919)
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I1KND nUMiKTIN, ItKND. OREGON, TltiriUtnAY, NOVKMIIKII U7, Will
OUIIY FINDS FOR REND llOn'Olt,
IX DAMAGE SUIT APPEAL TO
liunir.u court not consir.
After an absence from tho court
room of soeu hours, tho Jury In tho
510,000 damage suit of John Payne
v. Dr. O. !. Couluoui returned at
midnight Friday with ft verdict
tor tho defendant. It la probablo
that no appeal will bo mado, accord
ing to attorneys for tho plalntlfT. Tho
case, which has been ono of tho most
hotly contested of tho term, camo to
inm vpstprdav afternoon nfter ro-
huttal testimony by tho plaintiff, and
Introduction of cvldouco to show that
Puyno Is now being employed nt un
skilled labor at tho mills Instead of
the highly Paid work of timber fall
ing, his occupation beforo tho truct
uro of femur and wrist which ho
claimed had been improperly treat
ed. On Saturday the ease of Olo
Slmonson vs. A. H. Trottler for the
recovery of tho value of a tiro alleg
ed to hnvo been taken by Trottler.
wraB tried, tho Jury returning a ver
dict for tho plaintiff, allowing him
$42.75, shortly before noon. E. O.
Stadtcr represented Slmonson, Dc
Armond and Ersklne appearing for
Sell your poultry through litillctln
WIPE OUT DEBT ON
POWELL BUTTE HALL
POWELL HUTTE. Nov. 23. Ora
Fosters children have the chicken
pox. The Indebtedness on Community
Hall was cleared of this past week
and tho note taken up. The last
dance given cleared over $100.
S. D. "Mustard of Powell Butte.
Guy Dobson of Redmond and some
other people associated with them,
nnd purchased the road section lying
east of tho Mustard homestead nnd
will soon have a forco of Indians
clearing it off ready for the plow.
They will probably have 200 acres
ready to plant potatoes next year.
Married, November 20. nt tho
homo of tho brides parents. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Carl Luldqulst. Miss Ebba Luld
(Itilst to Mr. Charley Johnson, after
a delicious wedding breakfast en
joyed by qullo n number of invited
guests the newly weds left for their
future home at Alfalfa, where they
nre at home to their friends.
A. L. Guerne of Salem nrrivea
this week on a visit to his mother.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Flult arrived
this week to upend tho winter on
their ranch here
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Mustard have
purchased n Ford sedan.
James McDantcl Is up on Crooked
river building a homo for John
Win. Peterson has sold his fine
Brown Swiss bull to George KrlsBler.
Mr, and Mrs. S. D. Mustard and
Tilr. and Mrs. C M. Charlton attend:
ed tho football game in Redmond.
Mrs. A. W. Itayne has been on the
sick list this week.
C. M. Charlton, Arthur Wurzwei
lor. Frank Foster. Frank McCaffrey
nnd George Hrazel attended the irri
gation meeting at Deschutes, Friday
A school meeting was called nt
Shepherd schoolhouse November 22.
to elect two directors to fill vacancy
J. A. Elliott having moved out of
tho district and J. E. Warner sold
and hus roiio away. Mr. George'
"WUhsott was clocted for tho long
torm and Georgo lieckmau for the
wliort term of six months. Tho bud
get for tho ensuing your was also
TpIIn How He Was Helped.
A neglected cold may develop
into most sorlous sIcknesB. Tho in
fluenza and pneumonia that swept
tho country a year ago were pre
ceded by an epidemic of colds
Foley's Honey and Tar will check
a cold if taken in time. It loosens
phlegm and mucous, clears air pas
sages, onbes hoarseness, stops tick
ling throat. Sold everywhere.
NEWS ITEMS FROM
& MILLICAN SECTION
MILLICAN'. Nov. 20. C. J. Cook
and H. K. Cook, went to Rend Sat
urday, C. J. returning Sunday, while
II. K. returned oMrdnv. therefore
school was not '".Hud Monday,
J. J, Holland spent Sunday at
Will.ard W. Grinstead und family
were out Sunday, they rented their
homestead to Fred Terrlel and fam
ily, who took possession Saturday,
Tho Lower children will commence
Messrs Daughenbaugh, Frank
Perciral, Guy Shaffer, RIshop are all
busy, hauling hay fromg Alfalfa.
Fred Terrlel made a business trip
to Rend Monday returning Tuesday.
'Wliile at Rend he lost a vajuablo
It. 'It. Keller butchered 2 calves
for Mr, Terrlel Wednesday, also ono
)f his own calves and a hog which
ho took to Read Thursday returning
Friday. While nt Rend he visited
. , -,..,. ,
With Three-Point Cantilever
Springs New Overland 4 Seems to
"Sail Over The Roads"
THE new Three-Point Cantilever
Springs of Overland 4, by their special
construction and design, protect car and
passengers from ordinary road jolts. Bump
ing, twisting, swaying and vibrating arc
wonderfully lessened. The blows of the
road seldom reach you. There is less ten
dency to bodily fatigue after long rides.
The springs of Overland 4 attached at
the ends of a 130-inch Springbase give the
riding comfort and road steadiness hereto
fore possible only with cars of long wheel
base and great weight, yet Overland 4 retains
the light weight and economy advantages of
Three-Point Canrilcvrfr Springs protect
the car from the hammering and wear of road
blows. They lengthen its life and reduce
Equipment of Overland 4 is dependable
and complete from Auto-Lite Starting and
Lighting to Tillotson Carburetor.
250,000 miles of test have made the
strength and endurance of this car a matter
See Overland 4 at the first opportunity
Ask for booklcL Overland 4 Touring, $845;
Roadster, 5845; Coupe, 51325 Sedan, $1375.
Prices f. o. b. Toledo.
PIONEER GARAGE CO., BEND, OREGON
r' , Tm mm'm ' hi"hJmm 'i "T.tu t? "Jj?i-t.jtf"?i-?j iT-? 1
his brother L. B. Keller.
Almost ovoryone In this vicinity
Is suffering a bad cold.
Win. A. Palm took tho former Den
nis Store Ruildlug down und will
build a henhouse out of the lumber.
Ho expects to go in tho chicken bus
iness quite extensively.
Grinstead mid son Olnn nnd Frank
Grinstead were Rend visitors Sunday.
Mrs. J. J. Holland uud daughter
Mary M.. wore callers ut tho John
Lower home Wednesday. Mrs Hol
land called ut the II. It. Keller homo
Mr. and Mrs, F. Tnuschor went to
Rond Saturday leturulng Tuesday,
C. J. Cook Is a business visitor
nt Spokane, Wash. Ho expects to
be gone a week.
Mrs. Mary Rosin was a visitor at
the Holland home one day this week.
HELD AT TERREBONNE
TERRERONNE, Nov. 20. Mrs.
v. u. Davidson and Mrs. W. J. Hall
entertained last Thursday afternoon
at a "Grandmothers- Tea." in nonor
of tholr mother Mrs. E. J. Davidson,
Mm. IV V. Hall and Mrs. N. H. Elliott.
The grundmothoiH present were!'
MudnmoH M. (J. Davidson, ic. m. mor
ris, J. Dietrich, Morrll Van Tussel,
and W. A. Archer.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. U. Wester wero
surprised ut their homo northeast of
town ono evening last week by a
party of friends mid neighbors, An
enjoyable evening was spent with
cards after which dollghtful refresh
ments were served.
Miss Irmu Keeney spent tho week
end at her homo near Culver.
Miss Rulstron Is a now member of
the freshman cluss.
MrH. W. T. Galbralth and her two
sons Russell and Gordon wont to
Portland Friday evening returning
Mr. und Mrs. Earl Ralstron of
Gruudvlew wero visitors ut the homo
of their purents, W, O. Rulstron lust
Mrs. ('. H, I'cckham und son Ho
ward loft for Portland Friday eve
ning. From Portland they went to
Kcotts Mills whoro they will vlHlt for
a short tlmo before going to their
new homo In Los Angeles,
Tho H.tralt family moved from
their ranch Into town last week in
order that their chlldrou might ut-
Hot lunches were begun nt school
this week with Mrs, M. M. Wlnfleld
ns mnnuger of tho kitchen.
Mrs. Mackoy's brother, V. W.
Lantz nnd family moved horo from
Portland last week and urn occupy
Our tho Gulhraith house. Mr. Lantz
is helping Mr. Mnckey In tho ware
house. A carload of grain wus shipped
from tho wurehouso Inst week.
T.ommy McKuno nnd Fjoyd Kuonr
wont to Opal City Frlduy night to
a dunce given by the Grnngo of that
place They returned homo Satur
day morning nnd spent Sunday at tho
Walters homo at Lower Rrldgo.
M, It. Rlggs, deputy Grund Master
of tho I. O. O. F. lodge at Prinevlllo,
held a upoclul meeting here lust Frl-,
day night nnd one at Culver Satur
day night, where two Incoming mem
bers received their degrens.
Mrs. John Perry returned Inst
Tuesday from a two wookH vlilt hi
Portland uud Hood Rlvur.
John Perry und L. P. Snupp uro
helping In the apple hurvust nt
Dufur this ueek.
RcrommciiiN It to Anyone,
"My son huil a cough for n long
tlmo," writes Mis. Heck, 728 Foltr
Ave., Louisville, Ky., "and ho trloiL
Foley's Honey und Tar und ho slept
bettor that night than ho hud for
Homo tlmo. It rerlulnly Is lino. I
ronommond H lo anyone. Good
for coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough. Children tuko it, Contnlnn
no oplutoa. Sold Evorywhoro,-.A.d,