The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, August 17, 1921, Page 3, Image 3

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LOCAL NKWS ITEMS
A rruw of ninn In lit work today
on thu liuiiiiiiit n( tin) nrw lioa
I 1 1 i I .
W. I). Mill of !'( IiiikI. win) spent
yesterday In llend, li'fl lunt iiIkIH for
Kllikltul.
Mr. anil Mr. Cliarlea B. Nlrhula
returned lunt iiIkIu (rum llii-lr vara
Hun, spent lit til" ln'urlu
f'litlior Kruncla of Dm Cutholli
iliurrh t Iturim la III the city tmluy,
pipm-tliia, to return timlKlit.
Mm. Ma Van Tuasel of Terrebonne
Hal In llend yealerday to visit her
duiiKhler. Mm W. II. Ilurllrli.
Mlaa Ktla Herman, who haa been
vIhIUdk In lli'iul (ur two iiiuiiiha, r
I urn ml lant nlKht Id her lioiiin In
rurtluiiit.
J. '.. Hlunaherry, aiiperlnlenileiil
for the )r-K"ii Trunk railway, nun
been rallocl to Mlniit, Minn., Iy Hip
death of liiiitlior,
I. V. Drawn, of Aalurla, a
dinner ri'alili'iit of llend, waa lu ths
rlty y.nterday looking over prop
erty Inloreata hero.
M. W. ItnrKll left laat ItlKht for
Mn il pill, after appmlllif seveiol d.iys
In thla vlrlnlljf. He worka for Tom
Connolly, ahoep man.
V.. II. Thuinpaoii. Inaiirunrn ad
juster, la In llend today from Tort
Innil to Itiapxct llio dnniaao ilonn In
the llend (iaraae Are.
MIm Mary M. Hwietier, who baa
been vlaltlni at the home of Mr. ami
Mm. l.oula Curry, relumed laat nlsjht
to her homo In Portland,
Mlna Ilue llnrrla of Prlnrvllle.
who haa been vlaltlna; her alsler. Mra.
John Klelitl. Jr., for three werka, re
turnod to hnr homo luat nlKht.
Waller K. Illlaai adjuster for lln
Inauranre Company of Nonh Amer
lea. la 111 llend today In connm-tlon
with tliK lli-nil Garage fir.
division Kuperlnlandetit K. Vo
tnw and Chief Special Agent J. A.
Iiundon of I ho Oregon Trunk, are on
an official vlalt to llend today.
A. F. Luraun, who returned thla
morning from a trip to Portland, re
porta t tin ( when lie anw V. ('. llltd
sall yesterday hla condition waa much
Improved.
Mr. and Mra. Geue Acklcy and
Mra. Jim Ketcharn came In yesterday
from Wieep Mountnlu, where Mr.
Arkley la field ntanugcr for the Ore
Kon Nit rata Co. x
Mra. K. It. Vessey. 'who hna been
visiting with Mm. Alice Sly. returned
luat night to her home In Portland
While hers aha visited Hull lea lukn
and the Arnold leu cave.
). MrKee and wife of Independ
ence, Iowa, left laat nlKlit for Kpo
kiuie on their way home. They have
been vlaltlng Mr. Mr Fee's alster. Mm.
I.. A. Srhuffer. of Milllcan valley.
Frlemla In llend have received an
nouncumnnta of the birth of daugh
ter to Mr. and Mm. Mark Davlua. of
Wuverly, Wuahington. Mra. Dnvlea
wus formerly Mia llvnovleve Mac
l.aurln of thla city.
.Mr. and Mra. C. I.. Pitcher and Mr.
and Mm. E. Tunner of Cheyenne.
Wyoming, are looking at land near
llend with view to locating. Mr.
and Mm. Tanner drove In and are
ataylng at the camp ground, the
othera coining by train.
Cnptnln O. P. Illoomqulat, of tba
Slat Infantry, who haa been here
from Columbia, Georgia, vlaltlng hla
mother Mra. Peter itybwrg. left yes
terday over the McKenile Pnaa for
Corvallla to tuke up hla dullea aa mil
itary Inatructor at tho Oregon Agri
cultural college.
llSTRSKEJ
Cigarette
No cigarette haa
the same delicloua
flavor aa Lucky
Strike.' Because
Lucky Strike lathe
toasted cigarette.
Put It In The Bulletin.
nmroranninntMnaniintmanimniuiiiuimnnniiini
OPPORTUNITY
For single or rouple of
women who would like to bo
Independent.
fiend's only Ifnlrdreaslng
Parlor for sale. Will teach
the trailo to the Ineanerlonced
free, of rlinrge, anil will at ay
with (hem until they master
tho hualiH'HN perfectly.
Mrs. Miiller'
Hairdressing Parlors
140 OHF.GOJ! HTKKKT
PIIOMO SUD-W
Npato Iaaliea are the noweet.
Try tliemi they make your
Kyca beautiful.
DAILY MARKET REPORT
iPrW. t'y lln,t AmmUr Ut llrilKn I
llillter njul Kuu
llutter, per lb 37eW42e
Kgiia. per ilo SHett 42c
'i'UelHblea nnd Krulla
Cauliflower, per ln-uil lUcMSc
(ireen corn, per dux .. BOe
PolMloea, linw. per lb 2c
Carrota, diu. bunchea.... fjUc
tirren oiiltma. do.. bunct)ea &Uc
onloua. old, per lb 4c
Iteeta, doi. bunrliea &uc
Itmlliihea, ilul bunrliea. .. . Mr
Head li-l I nee, iloi. heada.. 60c f 7ic
Hiring bnuna, per II) Kc
Peaa. per lb c
( aliliuire, per II) 6c
Currauta, per II) l)c
Htruw berrlea, per rrate l 00
lln-aMHl Meata
lleef
Prime ateera. per lb... 13'4c
f'owa, per lb... 1 0c j 1 2 tye
Veal
'Hog dreaaed." lb 11cl4c
Pork, per lb 13ciil"c
Hhiep
l.amha, per lb I r,c
Yearlliixa, per lb le
K, per III cJ10c
Chlekena
I. laht hena. per lb 20c( I2c
Heavy hena, per lb.... J Defy 2 he
Krlera, . per lb '30c 32c
M ,-!. I.lvr Welgtit
lleef Klwra. per lb (fic06e
Pork, per lb 4....12c(f 14c
Hheep ,
I.umlii. per lb 0Sc(f07e
Yearltnfa. per lb 04c 11 014c
Kwea. per 111 2Hctl3VC
Clllrkena
Hena. Ilclit. per lb lSc2nc
Heavy hena, per lb.. . J4ei iHc
Kilera. per lb 2Set 2!ie
II. Devem, Porllund; L. P. Campbell,
Hiilem; (jeorga Hauch, and wife,
Porllund; II. W. I'rentya and. wife,
Purtluiid; II. C Hodgkln, Portland;
A. W. Cuuthorn, Portland; A. J. Con
nolly, Muupln; Mr. and Mra. W. Ilul
llna and aim, Ft. liragg, Cal.; T. O.
Trbbetta. Portland; Kamunl K.
Ilrown, and wlfu, Portland; Churlea
Kuilderly, Portland; K. A. White,
Porllund; K. If. Kpperaon, Hmtttln;
J. W. Condon, Portland; Mr. and
Mra. Herbert Hewi-ll, Hi-nltli); K.
Fruncla, llurna; Kvu ('omegya, Iterl
mond; Mr. and Mm. A. C, Porter,
Porllund; Mlna Huruh Patrick, Porl
lund; MIhh Ji-un Porter. Kpokane;
Fred flerber, porllund; K. V. Hou
er, Porllund; It. W. Neighbor,, Purt
liiuil; It. HiiUHi-r, Porllund; J. I'.
Meier, Piirlluiid; (I. K. Kempton and
wife, Portluud; Hoy M. Heath, I'ort
IiiiiiI; O. C. I.elter, Porllund,; Hen
II, l.uinpmuii, Porllund; J. C. Kng
IIhIi. Porlluud; Itlchurd Kngliah,
Porllund; Mr. and Mra. Illggliibot
h a 111, Keultle..
Iloli-I ) K. U. Warner, Hcd
moiid; T. A. Murray, Portland; T. J.
Krcba, Kpokune; Jack McL'ormark,
Porllund; It. H. Carroll. Portland;
Mm. J. 8. Carroll. Portland; J. I).
Hcott. Portland: Kdlth Kllla, Port
luud; Pearl Kllla, Portland; II. M.
Covey. Portluud; Mra. II. A. Mit
chell, Jerome, Ida.; Ilernard Mor
row, Wuaco; F. Francla, llurna.
Wrlulu llel Kd Tlbeck, Hurna;
Tom Uravi-a. Thn Dullea; Mr. and
Mm. T. I.. Inalup, and daughter. Port
luud: Mra. W. I). Prink. Portland;
AT TIIK HOTELS
Your Shoes will smile
with satisfaction over
the splendid job of re
pairing they will re
ceive at our hands.
Lindeborg Hansen
120 Minnesota Street
Mr. and Mm. J. M. Blone, X-achiitea;
II. h, KurnlHirg, Portland.
IxiwiiIiik Hotel F. Bt. Orra, Port
land: John K el ley, Portland; W, 0.
Holm, K, P. tt K. ; K. M. Whillork,
Condon; II. Kldredgi), Klamuth
Falla; C. I.. Prltchurd and wife.
Cheyeiine. Wyoming; T. O. Flnley,
The Diillua; C. II. Hudley, Kugene;
K. C. Itudolph. Pleuaant Valley, Pa.;
J. I.. Hnmlliig, O W. It. V N.; I.on
Draper, O. W. II. N.; O. K. Lan
dra, Vulc; Hum (Jreenham, Aatorla;
J. P. McCann, Aalorla; Martin Daly,
Hiivor I.uke.
KAIt.MKIlM!
Your hay crop ahould be Inaurcd.
I am prepared to give you reul aerv
ce. Call mi).
&3tfc J. C. RHODKS.
Ht'ltkKX FltSKlV K IKIM"
Wll.l. UK HHOW.V TOVKillT
Juat how fur In I he wrong direc
tion may a womiui go and then re
trieve through her better senae? A
big queatlon which niakea an Inter
eating atory in "A filave of Vanity,"
the ocreen veralon of "Irla," Hir
Arthur Wing Pinero'a great drama,
In which Pauline Frederick make
her debut a a ltoberlon-('o!e alar.
Thla flniahed picture, directed by
Henry Olio, will be Been for the flmt
time at the Liberty theatre tonight
only. Aa a aupcr-apeclal produc
tion the photo pluy carrlea an all Blur
caat 111 aupport of Mia Frederick.
The atory open, allowing Pauline
Frederick aa Iria Ilellamy, a but
houae plant of the upper atrata of
life, who la a victim of the atrange
will of her lately deceaaed huaband,
which provldea that he ahull aacri
ftce hi entire fortune ahould ahe
marry again.
Iteaieged by admirera, she at last
falla a prey to the crafty deception of
a wealthy man of affalra, with the re-
I'lliet lluttr Inn J. MrUergorn.
Portland: J. A. Duncan. Porllund:
K. It. Thompann, Portlund: Mr. and
Mi. C. K. Francla. Purllnnd; Mm.
Myrtle Cllleaple, Portlnud; H. M.
Covey, Portland; A. It. Campbell,
Portland; J. P. Parker. Portland:
Dr. John F. Ileuumont, Portland; A.
Sale on
Vacuum
Cleaners
No. 5 TIIOR
$21.50
EASY TERMS
Bend Water Light
& Power Co.
tr.rurunruun:::
nr TTTTiit""nmTnifl 1 "
WE BUY
SELL or EXCHANGE
Good Used Ranges,
Furniture, Phono
graphs or Office
Furnishings
KLKCTIUO VACl'OI
CI.K.NK1W HKNTKD
81 Hour Day 50c
All make of Sewing Ma
chine rented by the day,
tho week, or the month.
BEND FURNITURE CO.
(Exchange Department)
TKI.KPIIONE 27 1-W
hi
Children's
TEETH
ARE MOST
IMPORTANT
They should be given
every care possible.
Set u about proper Bruibet
anj Dental Cream (or Children
MAGILL&ERSKINE
lilt that her aoclul preatige la awept
awuy and the Is hurled Into the abyn
of wai!d Uvea, where her former
frlemla can only vlait her at the rlak
of their own reputation.
Scourged upon the rack of modern
conventlona. Irla defies the lout of
modern aorlety and fight for right
and for love. Never for a moment
doe he loae thoae qualities loved
beat In woman: never for a moment
doe ho reaort to anything which
border in the least upon vulgarity or
coaraeneaa. but through It ail. ahe re
tain thoae sterling qualities which
make one pity and love her. Al
though the atory deal with the reall
tle of life, the character of Irl
liellamy la that of a woman of fine.
eiiliilaile emotions and feelings,
whose experiences only make her tha
more noble.
Thought Cardinal Undernourished,
C'arilliiul Manning was eslrrmelj thla
and rinsi iutt-,1. His eiiili.ern e Has
vtxitliig s convent In Liverpool where
an lriliwon on was rook. Rhe was
prearnied to the curilin.-.l, anal, after
reci-KliiK his bleaaln, ahe looked up
at lilin, and auld: "May the Lord
preservs your eminence, nnd oh, niny
i tod forglv your cook I"
Investigate
Hpeedlers
Ieas C.aa More Tep.
One More Week of Our
Annual Clean-Up
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Sale on Millinery
Every Hat on the Se.:ond Floor
Reduced to Prices ranging
from
50c to $4.00
$.To Hat More Than $4.00 -
Saturday. August 27th, Is The Last Day
SAVE WHILE YOU CAN
MRS. McINTOSH -
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The Sale Is On!
THOR VACUUM"
CLEANERS
No. 12 Tkor. regular $42.50
$25.00
OX
SALE
Bend Water Light & Power Co.
BEAULIEU & MANNY
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
IGNITION SPECIALISTS
PIONEER GARAGE, IRVING STREET
Phone 158-W. Night Phone 154-W
THETENT
THEATRE
TONIGHT
'Hm Law of The Lanes'
THURSDAY
"Toby, The Aviator"
You will mors fully enjoy tha pro
duction lhaa any wt havs pratcMcd
to data.
It' a Comedy and a Winner.
GET THE HABIT!
Curtain at 8:30 Sharp
The Shevlin-Hixon Company
nncnnnnunmnatnc
3
Be careful of
FIRE!
PROTECT THE FOREST.
It represents millions of dollars
to Central Oregon.
The Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co.
SPECIAL COLUMBIA RECORDS
59c while they last 59c
A Lot of Sheet Music at 15c
formerly priced at 40 to 45c
Thompson Music Co.
niltll .uiummManmr
Wall
Stmt.
All Radiators Repaired, Rebuilt, Record
.P mil, him l'S. k
Nrw Ford Guarantred Radiators.
Stop those leaky rear wheels wrtth
V. M. 1X1 Retainer for Ford can
and trucks.
Lanirnein 4 Speed Anitliary Ttans
mission for Ford ran anil trucks.
Htmplez Ball Thrust Hearing for
Ford cars.
Aluminum Repairing
Auto & Radiator Slop
lt IRVING AVK.
Phone Kes. 30 1 -J
PERMANENT AS THE PYRAMIDS
Concrete Pipe Company.
BEND. OREGON
Stwer Pipe, Itrigalion Pipe, Water Pipe, Culvert Pipe, BcilJiog Elttii
Well Cubing, Concrete Silos
Ii it's made of concrete, we make it
Box 157 BEND, OREGON Phone 19
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