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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1912)
Cl'RING nlwuya cnlU for
new wash dresses. Of
courwj ffttitfiutm Is tho fn
vorlto of moot of tho In
dies, Wo oro showing n
beautiful lino of
A. F. C. Ginghams.
These nro tlio standard of
(lunllty tho world ovir.
Tho colons nro irunrnntccd
nhsolutoly fast and tho
wearing quality Is un
cqunlod. Wo nro pricing
tho ontlro lino nt
nro n clone itccond top;lnfr
hnm with mnny. Wo
havo tho beat wo can buy
30 Inchcsrwldo nnd ex
tra heavy cloth priced
Wo expect to rccclvo our
White Good, Muslin Un
derwear, Iacc and Em
broideries by tho Inst of
tho week. Theao Roods
nnd n beautiful lino of
Curtain Novelties are com
ing from tho cast. Watch
our dlsplny windows for
tho first showing.
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
N P, Smith received a carload of
nalla nnd wlro Monday.
Mia Kern Hall of Doacbutca was a
vliltor In (own Hundsy,
James Hreon has been taking tho
Itultelln for seven yoara.
J II. tleyhurn has boon laid up
Kith an attack of quinsy.
L 11. Mlaonor, tho caah grocer, lias
pst on a delivery wagon.
V. I). Ilanica of Laldlaw waa In
the city Monday on business.
Mr, Hudson will bo hostoss for
tho llrldRo Club Friday afternoon.
W. II, Courtney of laldlaw wna a
gueat at Taggnrt'a Hotel Monday.
C I,. Olit and Bd Howell or His
tor wora Horn! vliltors yelonlay.
Tho Aftornoon BOO Club moot
(hit wook with Mr. Klmor Morrill.
J 1'. Koyea of Tho Hand Co. wont
to Portland Bunday on a business
THE Stof of Bttttr
v' Mli tills Snnford lias beon sick
tho past ton days with an attack of
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Avw' - v
WE STAND THE
of tho closest pontonM investigation in tho matter of
our furniture. It Is mndo In tho best fuctorlcs,
from tho best designs, nnd n finish nnd thorough
workmanship It ennnot be equalled nnywliero nt
prices llko ours, Wo nsk for u personal criticism,
nnd a comparison of values, nnd know that your'
judgment will favor us aftor tho 'inspection,
E. M. Thompson .1
Where Your Dollar
Tim. Mvnnlnir 1100 Club will bo
ontortnliiod tonight b'y Mrs. Ovor
turf. Trod N. Wnllnco of Laldlaw ro
turned Bnturdny from n trip to Port
land. II. A. Millar roturned Sunday
night from a business trip to Port
liuul. Mr. I'. J. (Irnnln of Portland Is
visiting bur dnughtor, Mr. II. V.
Tho American llakory Is now
turuliiK out dally nearly -100 loave
II. C. Cady nnd C. 11. Rpnuxli of
Lnldtnw wore In town yestorday on
Mis Ilessln Mnln and Mrs. K. I).
Moliitonh raturnod Tlturday from
Mr. and Mr. (I. W.Bhrlnor moved
Frldny Into their now homo In Park
11. 1 Meyer tot tho. Redmond
Creamery Co. spent Bunday at the
J, 8. Jackson, who has beon In
Hoattlo for sovoral months, returned
to llend Krldsy.
In honor of hor mother, Mrs. II.
W. Hkui" will entertain n few of her
(loams Ilrewator of Prlnevlllo was
a Bunday visitor In llend, a guest at
the Pilot llutto Inn.
Mrs, A. C Banford left Monday
for Opal City to Join her husband
on his ranch near thore.
Mrs. A. B. Ilagenaen of Dululh,
Minn., Is vlaltlnnr hor psronts, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J- P. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lara expect
o mako a business (rip to Portland
tho lattor part of tho week
15, V. Grsndon oponod the Grand
Hestaurant In tho Krlckeon bulldlnx
on Ilond street last Thursday.
Miss Iva Weat Is a guost of Misses
Msudo and Grace Vaudevert at tho
Vandavert ranch up-river this wock
C. iL. Everson of Columbus, Nob.,
I hero on a month's visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Everson.
The Presbyterlsn Guild will rIvo
a cafeteria suppor In the Millard
Trlplotl building on Baturday; Starch
Miss Florence Harnett returned
last night from a vlalt of severs!
wooks with relative and friends at
Tho Moneley Quartet, the last and
beat number In tho lycoum course,
w be here on Monday evening,
Itlchard Kreba came In Sunday
night front Portland to take up hla
residence on his homeatead In Hamp
YV. C. Wilkes, asslatsnt genersl
freight and poaaonger agent of the
Oregon Trunk Hallway, Is expected
In llend tonight.
Mrs. John Tuck and Mrs. Hugh
Smith, who havo been patients at tho
llend hospital, left Monday for tholr
hbmes In Itodmond.
Julius Jsnette, who hss boen In
Ban Francisco (his winter, roturned
to llend Saturday to go on his homo
stead again on Prlnglo Flats.
V. F. Behultx got In Frldsy night
from 8eattlo whore he had twon
spending tho winter and has gono (o
his homostead on Prlnglo Mats.
Mr. Oldham, formorly agent at
Moody, wll aucceod P. W. Drawn as
ailitnnt depot agent hero. Ha It
expected In (ho last of (ha week.
Pontmailer Minor wlahe to In
Harm tho public that the poitago re
quired on n letter mailed In Ilond to
go out ou tho rural routo I 3 cent
An important meeting of the
chool bosrd will bo hold at the
aohoolhouib tomorrow ovonlng whon
tonchors for the next sesiluu will bo
Mr. McGonlglo, who has been
with (ho Nowlon-Kollor Co. In Port
land, has como to Ilond and will bo
Does Its Duty.
, a Specialty.
First Class Work Guaranteed
DcBt I'lnco to Iluy
China and Cut
associated with tho Oregon Invest
Mrs. Nellie Wright has sold hor
bakery oven to W. If. Hobbs of Itod
mond nnd will hereafter glvo her
entire attention to hor restaurant
C. P. Nlswongor nnd J. I. West
have dissolved partnership s under
takers. Mr, Nlawonger will conduct
the butlnoas at tho sstno location on
Engineer It. B. Koon of Chicago,
who will propare plans for the city
aowerage syatem, hss oponod an
office In the lioyd building on Green
J. I. West left Thursday for Port
land and may havo to remain there
on account of his health. He had a
severe attack of heart troubjo Wed
During tho past weok four car
loada of emigrants' niovsblos have
arrived here. Two cars csmo from
Wyoming and tho other two from
K. B, Lapp returned Monday from
Portland where ho had been for
medical treatment. He has recov
ered from tho accidental shooting
aomo weeks ago.
W. J I. Itennett, stale bank exarnl
nor, Is making an Inspection of Cen
tral Oregon banks and was In llend
the first of tho week examining tho
Mrs. R. F. Avsrlll entertained a
few lady frlonds st a fancy dress
party yesterdsy afternoon. There
were 14 present dressed ss Topiy,
W. M. Dlckerson of Vancouver,
Wash., and P. Qrablor of Portland
filed on homesteads laat week, being
located In the oaatern part of tho
county by E. It. Post.
Carl L. Wernicke, Portland man
ager of the Weatlnghouse Electric
A Msnufacturlng Co., was In llend
on builness Frldsy. While hero ho
was (he gues( of K. M. Lam.
New York Un.
Umpire State Surety Bonds
J. A. EASTES
Oregon St., Bond, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vnndovort did
not find It necessary to mako a trip
to Balotn as tholr son George did not
have to undergo an operation for
appendicitis as was expected.
If. Calor, a stone man of Ilond, was
in Itodmond Tuesday Inveatlgatlng
the building situation hero. Ho ox
poets to submit a bid on Mr. Wilson's
theater building. Itodmond Hub.
During tho Inst week tho llend
Hums Coiuolldatcd Auto Compnny
has carried twonty itassongers from
hero to Hums and brought 18 back.
According to J. H. Wonandy (ho
Jravol Is picking up evory week.
II. K, Jones of Maker City wna In
Ilond last week, returning (o Maker
for n couple of month, after which
ho says he will return and probably
sottlo hero. When ho comes back he
expects (o bring other oaatern Oro
gonlans with hi in,
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Kcmbroll and
olglit children havo nrrlvod from
Harrlsonvlllo, Mo., and will mako
tholr home on n liomcatesd which Mr.
Kombrcll will tsko up In township
20, rnngo 17. Mrs. Kombrcll la a
daughter of W. It. Storms.
J. Kdward Larson, owner of the
laundry, Jim boon Joined by his
family from Artesian, 8. U. Mr.
Iiraon hss twin boys, Douglas and
Donald, about two years old. Mrs.
Larson wsa accompanied by her
sister, Miss Hilda Amundson.
Mrs, Maude Alnsworth roturned
Thursdsy night from Graua Valley.
Kopalrs are being rnado to the build
in which alio had her mllllnory shop
and alio w reopon there. Her
stock was damagod (o (ho extent of
aevoral hundred dollars by fire.
The Hotol Oregon, with Mr. and
Mrs. Theo. A. Ohl, formerly of Port
land, In charge, was oponod Thurs
day night, the first guest being A. T.
Cantor of 8sskatchewan, Canada.
Tho hotel Is located on tho aecond
floor of tho J. I. Weat building on
Greenwood avenue. Tho roomi are
nicely furnished and have hot and
cold wator, stoam heat and electric
llghta. The hotel will be conducted
on (ho European plan.
Why get up In the night to flit (lie
atovo? Ilank it with coal at night.
and you need not fcsf'tiiat the pipes
HANDLE MDLLS OUTPUT
Overt urf-DavlifMIIIer Co. (o Hell
I.uiiiIht of Pine Forcnt Company
All final detail havo been com'
pletod whereby tho Overturf-Davl
Miller Co. has taken ovor tho lumber
end of the business of the Pine For
est Lumber Co. From the lumber
company H. J. Sottong has retired.
K. A. Griffin now being sole proprle
tor who will operate the mill In the
The Orerturf-Davla-Mlller Co. has
bought tho entire stock at the present
yard noarly a million feet of Mr.
Orlhln and have contracted for the
output of tho mill. The retail yard
will atlll be maintained at the mill,
and In the early summer a branch
yard will probably be located In
Ilond. The aurplua upper grades
will bo shipped to tho Mlddlo West.
GIVE SURPRISE PARTY
IJndbori:s, Leaving Soon, are Enter
tained by Friends HaniUome Gift
Last Wednesday afternoon about
thirty ladles gnvo a surprise party to
Mrs. .7. W. Llndborg. Mr. and Mrs.
Ltndborg are leaving soon to again
mako their home In Portland and
tins occasion anoruea an oppor
tunity for (ho many frlonds (o or
press their koon rogrot at their de
parture. In behalf of tho Ladles
Aid Society of the Mothodlat church
and many othors, Mrs. Thorson pre
sented to Mrs. Llndborg a handsomo
borry sorvlco. Young ladles sorved
dainty refreshments during the
afternoon. Sire. Llndborg Is a
vocalist of rare ability and haa boon
an Important factor In tho musical
life of tho town, bolng always
rendy to assist whoro talent was re
Property Owners Think They Get i
Had Deal on Tuxes. v
To tho Editor of Tlio Bulletin:
Kindly publish this:
There will be an Indignation
mooting of taxpayers at tho Commer
cial club room lonlEht(Woduesday)
nt 8 o'clock.
Ilund Is getting a bad deal on tax-
os. Each or the signers has beon as
ecssod tu n ridiculous maimer, with
out regard to propor valuation and
In total disregard of tho valuation
of adjoining nnd similar proporfy.
If you are Interested, come and
bring your tax data with you. It
may be too lute to got much atten
tion, but at loast wo can protest.
J. II. MEAN.
WENANDY HV, CO.,
Dy J. II. Wounndy.
MOVKS HTOHKH TO CULVKIL
Ehrot tiros., who havo boou con
dtii'tlug a general morchandlso store
at Redmond, will move to Culver,
We Announce an Offering of the
Season's Most Stylish
Children Dresses, Ladles Neckwear,
Belts, etc., direct from Eastern Markets
The Suits, from . . . $12.50 to $25.00
The Skirts, from $4.50 to $7.00
The Waists, from 65c to $5.50
The Children's Dresses... 50c to $1.50
We Urge an Early tfsfectkt While
the Stock is Complete.
Low Prices Dependable
Treatment, Our Principles.
Tke DEPENDON Store.
aays the Deschutes Valley Trlbuno.
Tho store at Redmond has been sold
and a large building will be put up
at Culver. Tho Tribune also states
that J. A. Norwood moved to Culver
from Redmond a "couple of weeks
MAKE LONG DIUVK.
Mr. and Mrs, Rameservelle, who
live at Denlo, In Harney county, on
the Oregon-California line, returned
last week from a visit to Chicago via
Uend. They loft here Friday morn
ing In a cart drawn by two horses.
Intending to drive tho 300 miles In
that rig. The team was left In Dead
about a month ago when they went
Brown whitelincd enameled
Cooking ad ServHtj Dishes.
The best nnd cheapest. For sale by '
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
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We are Not Superstitious, but We Believe in
PAI.VTCRS and DECORATORS.
' i a I il I I 1 1 1 1 li' i i i lil imiiil nm i i i ill ii i nil! nn i i
t Jf ' i ..ii. m .SSSMSfc- 1 1., i . ,
nro out compounder in putting up
doctors' prescriptions. There U no
clmnco of mi error, a thoroughly
prncdcnl knowledge of drugs nnd
(heir MrenjEtlu mill purposca mak
ing our liel)i Immune from in U takes.
Wo carry a full lino of pure drugs
nnd standard remedies, as well as
everything (hut Is usually fouad In
a drug store of the better class.
PATTERSON DRUG COMPANY.
PROVISIONS AT COST.
Having sold my bakery outfit, t
havo a quantity of flour, baking
powder, tinware and granltewaro
which I will sell at wholesale prices.
First to come gets this bargain. Mrs.
Nellie Wright. Doyd building. .
In order to Introduce their nursery
stock In the Bend district, the Sun
nyslopo Nursery Company of Baker,
Oregon, is offering to deliver their
products during the spring; of 1912
to Bend at very low flgnres. This
stock being raised at aa elevation ot
3500 feet makes It well acclimated
to the Bend district Parties con
templating planting orchards will do
well to get their price lists, which can
bo had by writing thorn at Baker,