The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, December 04, 1919, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 12, Image 12

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SKATING ENJOYED
BY REDMOND FOLK
wcro In our nolehlxjrhogtl for n
outlDK'IUat week, t , '
'I.qnoro Snyder -visited her sinter
for tliu week oiul.
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UEDMONO. Dec. 4. Tho colli
weather Intel) Una boon unite Ideal 'i
for skntlnt?. o lant Friday cronlnKj'
a number or th.e young people of,
. town motored out to Houston Lnko
iind enjoyed several hours of excel-1
lent sport.
'.CHANGES ARE MAtE
AT GRANGE HALL
GKANQi: MAUL, Doc I -Wholi
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-' 'm I , .i ; .i It r V.. Vw. school district returned to school
. Tuck, both of the IMaverslty of Orel Mom, . morBllB Uoy foulul 10
Kon, came Home to spend Than Mhool room Bowljr p,iporci, Womi.
Riving. They returned to M'KC"o ,K toncs 0f tH with hint of spring
In the border. Tho board of ill
iSuudny mottling.
b, Last Saturday afternoon Minx hu-jrcctor8 had tho. work UomvdurliiR tha
Venice WIIfou entertained tho third jTkntikBglrlnR holidays, and tho
Snml fourth grades at a party in tho , school declares It was nn agreeable
' sjSchoolhbuse. ; surprise. '
Last Thursday nlghl (ho Klilghts
of Pythias entertained nt an Inform-
Mr. E. E Duller added Ills nnlna
to the roll of nuto owners last week
nl dance Altho It had not been whou he purchased a Maxwell car.
'"..widely advertised. pltto n crowd of Miss Ida C. Youiik left Saturday
peoplo wcro present. ' for Spokane, Wash , to visit her b!s-
t , ....in rrir -?i lmi.t Timnk. ! Icr. Mm. William Uochtold.
1 rIvIiir night at the Baptist church .".Jl?" nTved at tho homo
guests nt tho J, A, Rlggs homo for
Thanksgiving dinner.'
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Roberts and
dauRlttor tnn wcro guuttto of friends
In llend, .Thanksgiving, day.
AtMi'ifnU'irMrs. C. M. Charlton ou
Joyed n homo party for Thanksgiv
ing week with tliolr two nous who
were in tho army nt home tu onjoy
"mother'a cooking and dad's hospit
ality,'
E. 0. Charlton tho oldest won saw
sixteen months service In Frnncu.
Harold M. who Ih now In tho govern
inont Korvlco. served two years and
more In tho army. Another guust
was A L. Oueiin from Salem wjjq
visited his mother, Catherine Spray
at tho Charlton homo.
Many dinner parties were given
nnd enjoyed by Powull llutto (peo
ple, chiefly family groups. Among
them Mr and Mrs. Uoss Jlusttntt en
tertained with n grand dinner for tC
member of tho rautlly thine being
four generations represented ntftho
tahle.
X"Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wurswisllor
emonuineii mi, nun iMrs. John juris
coll at Thanksgiving dinner S
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Cashmans is the gift
shop ft
or men-
-wilh.llev. F. E. Williams of tho Pies
byterJau church omclatlng. This
, jsermou waR ono of tho last Iter. WIN
.. Hams wlir, preach In this section, as
! he leaves Ihls week for another ini
i toratc.
Miss Winifred Munz, who is at
- tending school nt St. Holcn's Hall
In Portland, spent Thanksgiving in
Redmond with her parents.
, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cunning entor-
tnUicd a number of their friends
ntUlielr home Friday night.
' (Mr. Paul Irvin, principal of the
' Redmond high school, spent Thanks
giving with his relatives in Portland.
Mr. W. J. Davis, the painter, hns
- recently constructed a utoreifnrMilin-
.- telf, and Is moving his mater I it? thin
( week.
'-. i Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyers and
,jion returned home this -week from
rn visit with relatives In tho East
Mr. and Mrs. Clnude Kolly took
over the motion picture theatre Sun
day night nnd are to run 'shows rtx
nights in the week. lnstend'ot, three ! week.
ns has formerly been done.
night missed Is Tuesday.
Tho
COMMUNITY DINNER
GIVEN AT PINEltURST
PINBHUHST. Dec. 3 The com
munity dinner and program at the
scliooj house, on Thanksgiving Day,
.was a success. Eroryoue enJoved a
good dinner nnd a pleasant time.
. . Jr. anu .Mrs. j. u. uouch wore
Sunday guests of Mrs. Reed.
Lesllo McDanlels and Mr. Jarard
were business callers at the Bayley
ranch Saturday
Phil Smith' was buslnos caller
at Edgewood farm on Tuesday,
Carl Hatch was a caller at the
Michel homo. Saturday,
. Mr. Ladd nnd family. Mr. Iloliman
and family, and several others spent
Thanksgiving Day at the Pholp'a
"ioine.
Mrs. G. W. Snyder and son Lester,
was" in Tumalo Saturday.
Mrs. -Simp IJolIinan of Bend was
n Thanksgiving guest at the John
Bollman home.
C, 11. Snaugh and Llord Root snent
Sunday evening in Tumnlo.
y V. Swisher and O. H. Spaugh
attended a telephone meeting In Tu
malo, tho flrt of tho week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Pholps and Mrs.
Gamier were in Rend Saturday af
ternoon. Hurry McGuire called at the John
Iloliman homo.
Mr. and Mrs. George Huettl of
Bond, was visiting at tho C. H.
Spaugh homo on Sunday.
C. Peterson has been doing some
building thin week
George Sanded who has been ill,
wns nble to bo in Tumalo. Saturday.
Mrs. O W. Snydqr and children
visited at tho Pino Tree Mill on Sun-
uuy
.TERREBONNE MAN :,
CALLED BY DEATH
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TERREBONNE. Dec. R f V.
WhttetK aiul wife of llcppuer sfont
Thanksgiving at the home offlhls
father Geotge Whllels. W
John Dietrich died vary suddenly
nt his home enrly Sunday inonir
lug Mr Dietrich was G5 years old
nnd n very halo and hearty man for
his age. Ills death was caused by
a sudden violent attack of heart
trouble. He was a much honored
nnd respected citizen of tho Commun
ity having come hero with his fam
ily from Spokane, nine years Ago
when ho purchased tho place which
was his homo up to tho timu of his
death. Besides a great mniiy
friends he leaves to mourn his loss
a widow, nue sun. Harvey Dlttrich.
of Terrebonne and three daughters
Mrs. Henry Doru of Jnrdon. Minne
sota; Mrs. Joo Howard of Lower
Bridge and Miss Adeline who tenches
In the Terrebonne school.
A carload of sacks was received
last week by tho Westorn Dlatoinlie
company of Lower Bridge.
A number of people in this vic
inity urc purchasing cars. Last
week 2 Fords wero bought by R. L.
Kuoor and J, D. Wimp. Thlt week
Raymond and George Elliot pur
chased a Chevrolet.
A carload of merchandise bus ar
rived for tho Mnckey Grocery
Grant Mllcr Is splpplug u car
load of baled hay tp.hls ranch near
Hood River.
R. V Whltels of Hcppncr pur
chased a carload of potatoes from tho
I fanners hero.
. On last Wednesday 'evening the
Dftu,.,, . ,., , . , Terrebonne grade nnd high school
POtthLL BUTTE. Bee. 3. -A free KttV0 (l Thanksgiving program, do
dunce will bo given at Cpmniuurj8pl0 u,0 'cold weather a largo and
Ha I December 13. Good music appreciative audlenco. Tho numbers
will be furnished also a fine feed foriuero ttn follows
which a charge will 0o made n order ChorusTho grades.
to pay for the music. Everybody TiinnL-.rU-im- n.iu i..r...,..
is .tll1" . t. . .. Getting rid of nn Agcnt-r-7h and
.m u. ucu. iiuuus leucner oi ii- sth grades
son school is preparing, a school en- Recitation,' "November Can't be
tertainmont to bo given In the nenr jjoat" -Neal Davidson.
fUtUre. Rnrltfltlnn "Tliit nr.ynl PnL-nv"
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of Chap. Williamson last woek
Church services wero held at tho
home of Julius Pederson Sunday.
His Infant son wns christened.
P. J. Young and family enjoyed
Thanksgiving dinner ut tho L. C.
Young ranch.
'All report it good program and an
enjoyable time ut tho Richardson
school Wednesday night.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E. Butler wero In
Bend on business Monday,
Mr. C. Mt Rnimusscu was a Bond
visitor Saturday
Leroy Smith and O. Swnnsnn at
tended the social at the Richardson
school Wednesdny night.
L C. Young and family dined nt
tho Toomey homo in Bond Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Williamson, of Bend
spoiifSunday nt their son's ranch
lu this vicinity.
Dorothy Young spent Sunday with
Needrn Toomey In Bond.
Mrs. George Erlckseu and Mrs.
Gundorsen called on Mrs. Nelson and
Mrs. J. Pedersen one afternoon last
The Ladles. Aid will meet nt tho
church in Bend this week.
Gladys Dahlc und Violet Ilcttmnn
visited with Kntharluc Holgescn Sun
day. Kenneth Dutt attended tho show
In town Saturday night.
POWELL BUTTE TO
GIVE FREE DANCE
Thohulbr 'gentlemen in doubt as to what to get HIM on GlirlHt
inas will not bo left without suggestions galore if lie or alio
comes into this store ourly.
Wo .have begun early to take on the .Christmas spirit because
v.Q.tf irmly expect everybody to buy early this'car. '
Dan Hotirigan. the popular bach
elor slieep man of Powell Butte, has
Cecilo McGregor.
Tomray'H Thanksgiving Party"
been buying hay A. W Day no hnsMth nn.i nn. .r,,,i
sold to him this week at 2P pqrl Recitation, "A Sensible JHor" Ed
ton, no pnsturq Included wara Dorn. ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. H. Stewart wore Recitation. "Noiliine qniin,! nim"
guests or the E. N. Hall, in Prlne-I Mae Wnllonbtirg.
vllle for Thanksgiving dinner. Other Pop Corn Song Primury
guests were Mrs. Alma Hall of Port- Topsy Turvy Drill 4th grade
land mother of .Mr. Hall and Mr. , Recitation. "A Thanksgiving Story"
and Mrs. Reavls Wllcoxen of Red- Mavis Knorr.
IIIUI1U.
Mrs. Ike Mills and
Mrs.
(Recltntlon. "I'm Thankful" Arleln
Lizzie , Davidson nnd James U'lmn.
Lnughlln visited from Frlduy until Seed Drill -3rd grade.
Rending and Dramatization
The Courtln High School
Sunday evening ut the Arthur Wurz-
weller home.
A wire wus received bi; frionds In
Powell Butte that Otis Buttorlleld I
had died nt his home in.Iduho. Mr. : HAY IS FED EARLY
Butterrteld owned tho ranch now oc- ? wZZJt I
cuplcd by Dominic Verges nnd was' - .AT LOWER BRIDGE
well like by his neighbors who regret
to hear of his death. His body was ""
Interred In Portland. LOWER BRIDGE, Dec Mr.
Harold M. Charlton returned to Parrot Is hauling lumber for n now
Portland on Sunday night truln. i house.
.Mr. nnd Mrs A W Bavue and", Mr. Ilosklns niniln n IiiikIiiohh trio
QVrt C C..1 'd.- r
-jicji ui usciui ii Lb ivi men ; ;
-men like useful remembrances
Handkerchiefs -Neckties Mufflers--Scarfs
Suspenders Sweaters Gloves-- Slippers
Shirts, and dozens of other beautiful articles
The new double-breasteds by
Hart SchafFner & Marx
h ir
They've "hit the mark? with young men. Maybe it's because
they're such a complete change from tho single-breasted army
blouse j maybe it's because they set off the broader chests so
well;jpyjc young nion look-wiry, athletic. "" "
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The old double-breasteds were square and bulky looking; few
meiicould wear thern. The now double-breasteds, as Hart
Schaffner & Marx make them, loo'k well on any man ; one, two
and three button models; some with belts.
At this store you not only get the livest. styles to be had, but you
save at the same time; all-wool quality lasts longer you don't
have to buy so often.
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BEND'S CLOTHIER
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The Shorthorns Have Arrived !
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UR importation of registered Shorthorn Cattle for foundation breed
ing stock has arrived and hhs been distributed among the farmers
of the county. "Secret Flash", the highest priced Shorthorn
cow in Deschutes county, was secured for T. M. Janssen for $1025.00,
and breeders in Union county considered her cheap at that fig
ure. Our breeders will have a car lot of young stock for sale in
the spring. They will be sold locally or consigned to one of the
Shorthorn sales, Some of these calves will bring what the cow
cost,. anu. the owner will still have the cow. Better ioin the ranks
' - srf A-lNners and secure some pure-bred livestock.
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The Htockinen are feeding rtluce
the nturm nnd nro dlnpoHlnn of hnr
very rapidly. It lookn now nn there
will he n HhortiiRO limtoad of a mir
pIiih of hay In this community.
C. K. JloHklus Iiiih IiIh InrKo liny
cutter at work Krlndliu; alfalfa inoal
for Hhceii feed. t
There whm a new arrival, Mr. and
Mr. Jemt Howahl nro the pareutH of
u bahy boy.
Mr. uud Mm. L'pdlck nnd Mr. and
Mrx. F'oHtor Hpeut ThankHKlvliiK with
Mr uud Mrx. I'M. Graham on tho Kd.
Urahutu on the Lower UrldKo.
Mrn. Wlnflold pent tho woek end
with Mrn A. J. Fuller
A H HolmoM and Juke, Hook nijiile,
ii IjiiHlncHM trip to Ilond flnlurdu')'.
lloraro HrookltiK Ih loadliiK u cur
of potutoex for California market.
Mr. Holt one of the licuvlext xtock
holderx of tho Silica niliio la hprn
on mi luxpectlon trip.
Mr. Holiuox of Hherinan county lx
vlHltiiiB IiIh brother Mr. A. H. Holinex.
Mrx. and Mrx, Towne were dinner
Riiextx nt Holiuox Sunday.
The community held u meeting
and decided to xturt u vlgoroiiH light
on tho Jack Itubblt.
R03D AND GUN CLUB
MEETING TOMORROW
MHiilMuen Will Tuku I'p .Mutter or
HlorktiiK HtminiH unil May lte
r'tieil ('aid (iiune Wiirrlcu.
To outline their work for the
coiuIiik year, and to 'formulate
recommondatlnnx to bo madu to
tho Stnto Hull and flutne coniuiUvj
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Plart That Is Shunned.
One of tl.u most IntercxtlnK nlnntx
n the Atlantic xtatex lx the Virginia
wild KliiKer. It lx found both In the
t'lnlnliix und ux far Mouth iim (Ji'r;li,
I'liero nrc xeveritl other Hpecleo In tljo
Atlantic xtutch nv fur xoulh ux Kor-,
ida and nnrthwiird to Connecticut. TIo
ilnnt Krux'H In very hill und wooded
place, mid lx cnully recoKiilzed by Itu
klduey-xhaped leuvex uud curloiin pur
illRli-brown flowerx. Thexe tlowerf
row one to u xtcin. No living llilni
vlll eat Itx bIKei' leuvex irTVul one rare
y "xcea tho flower unlexx ono huiitx for
t. for It hides Itxelf out of xlyht It
loxxlble. ,
nimnheru of the Ilond Hod uud
(luii club will hold it xpeclal merit
liiK at 7:30 o'clock tought
In tho city council rnoiux.
Aiiioiik mattorx which will muy
ho put up to tho Htnto .coinnilxxloii
nro iccoinnietidatliint) for xtocklitK
Centra) Oregon xtreunix wltli more
rainbow uud xllverxldo trout, und
for tho employing; of ii paid kiiuio
warden for thlx xecilun.
ewex, Mlnln'prlco unit full pnrtlcu
larx n h to condition, breedlm;, etc
Hart Jolinxton, HnKlnuw, Ore. 7H-I0p.
WANTKI) Wo will call nnywliorv,
nuy place,, any lime, to look nt
your lined fiirultiire. Let ux know
whut you Iiuvh. Wo pay caxh. Tho
Slaudiird Kuriilttiro Co. U7-49tfo
WANTIJn- CO MinroH Hvvalley water. .
Wtito llox 8, Ilend, Ore.
ijt ori:ifl!ni
l-OU HAMi.
, Perverse Critters.
"t pjin't liclri llilnklntr Rnmellmcii."
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nni'i nn- uiniwuiHS' u liiiiiiri, null hip '.'wit n.iitr. AllUlia lln, llil) IQIIX
FOIl .SAI.C-AiiUor Holtx xtijiaiator
r.00 lb. capacity. Oood ux new.
Cheap for quick xale. Addi-oxx V.
C Hurl. Ilond. Phono IF2C. OS-40.
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VOl HAIiK- Hoxen seed ryo. $3.'no
per cwt. Inqulro Wm. Hay. Turn
iIVU)rfKOti. 47-30-42
POIl SAM-; KO head of 2 nnd 3 your
old sloorx, 8 liuml of I)urliiiin mftk
cows, xoitie freih and text comlnK
frculi liiHlde of thirty duyx, ull In N'o.
I rondlllou. Addrexx P. H. Coffey,
Ono ml lo north of Torrehounu. 10-30-10p,
FOll 8ALK Four xuckliiK calvox
and frosh milch cows, Ooo, HatjiH,
Hiiuinuiiu ituu lli I, au-JllrfO
worse you treat your henx the more
eKBH you will net from tliont. I ro
nieubi'r nn old Joke where one- man
usknd another: 'How dp yon KfXP
nmny t'vitH'i' 'WJiy,' xald Hie otliW.Tl
triflt my henx xo iitixclentltfMlIf
they're all luylnt; for we.' "
nt 120 II toil. Hmnn nnMliirn uMIt
ko with It at thlx price. Addroxx,
J. II. Minor, Uond, Oro. 7C-3Jtfo
LOHT A.VI1 FOUND,
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
Guatemalan , Salt, .
OiinleinuIu'lifljJndUHtry, wjilrli lie
Kiui Hoon uficr,th'e Kpanlxh ciniruei(t,
now producex 'neitfly '.'.CKWMXl-pounilx
,u yenr. - , . .
When NeftiTV'Not ..e'vysif f
Tho xupreiue. court unx liiiliPA.tli'iit'
(newx Jb propeijty. 8oiuo if ltfx. uiul
.tlujMi soii'i Is "rinnroveincntx theiooti.''
Clutft ailvcrlUinx charuti ir lwu 20
cent (or zu wimu ur imu. une real iwr
wurj for il ovtr so. All Uvl(ie0 avrtlmi,;1UMHy twowicld nuiro, ono.buy
trflr tli ln.mlyi.nce.. j yirlliu,' inure, with whlto strip III
"" r"7 ' fa5.0' .." hr)rtdtVi'0 connected on
WANTKI).
WANTBDOood milk cows, fresh or
co'iiliiK fi'uuji hooiu beo or wrlta
J. "I3r Fuiborry. Slateix, Ore. 'lOVlO
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VANTIil)- To Huy 100 Chlckenx.
fitite breed nnd price. Write 85
cure Of. Hullotin, BD-I0p,
WANT15Df200 head, sood y"6mig
T A KKN-UpTwo your old holfor
with two xplltx In each oxr, mi
lirniul deulphuiuble. Two your old
xtoor iindor crop In loft car nnd crop
In right oar, whlto xtrlpo ucrosx foro
xhoulder, Rimer WoniHtuff, 3 mllux
enxt of town on Hear Cieek road.
10-10. I2p.
BTHAYKD- From my much at Mil-
uctiii one imy six year old mure,
l?f"..".nl'.0'. ' lnWt.PlM!". ilollvor to
. w, MiniMififKi,' wjrvliiK Avp and
locolve rowii)(j of J2Q.0P. .8i.au.
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Wiiite iiSo cow branded M on -loft yl
hind quartorrlBl.fr oar xllt anAU 1 1 '
S-!TiV0,,,?,1' tt,!i,,'1''! Ml" no brandx
dwclji herablu, Tmiulre Houtor MiTr.
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