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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1912)
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1 0 Days More
and our regular - ' -
HOUSE CLEANING SALE
On Saturday, August 1 7th
is your last chanco to take advantage of the BIG
that you will And In every department in the store.
ALL OF OUR. SUMMER. GOODS
and Broken Lots are marked with a
Big Red Tag
and tkk tag means a saving to you of good hard
dollars. In our windows you will find some of
these bargains and a glance at them wUl show you
that they ore
Tho last, day of the Sale is SATURDAY, AUG. 1 7
"The Store of Better Values"
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
Tom Hhnrji Jr. of Prinevllle m
Frank McCafTcry visited hla broth
vr, lien McCarrerj. yesterday.
Mrs. It. I). Wilson will entertain
tho llrltlicc Club Prlnay.
Mra Creed Trlplotl of Hiiroho la
visiting frlttmla here, where aim for
Paul Johnaon of Klamath Falls
was a vIMtor at tho John K. Itmi
ranch last wetik.
Mlllnnl Trlplett left Sunday for
Aahlnml, whoro he, hla family, Tom'
it ml Carlyln now llto.
Mra. A M. I.nra Rite a luncheon
today In honor of Ml, Pearl 1 Uteri
tower, 12 oung Uillea lelnR guests.
George P. Gehrlug of Hartley lite,
Okln.. Im tlsltlng Herl 8huey. Mr.
Gehrlug will locate here, having sent
for hit family.
I. nut week an operation removlnR
the tonsils nttil mlnolila of IteRlunltl
llayley, aon of County Commissioner
It. II. Ilnyley of Lildlaw, was per
formed nt the lleud Hnspltnt.
Mra. Dement, mother of Flod De
ment of the llend Hardware Com
puny, arrived recently nud la kco
Iur house for lior aon, thoy having
muted Into tho Perry house In Park
Now Located in the
New Bean Building
und is tatter equipped tlmn ever
before to care for your every want
in Furnishings for the home. A
complete line of Parlor, Iledroom
und Kitchen Furniture, Carpets,
Rugs, Linoleum and Wall Paper..
Prices always the lowest.
Cash or credit.
You are Invited to visit our
nety quarters and Inspect
our large stock of goods, '
E. M. Thompson
Where Your Dollar Does its Duty.
U II. Mlseucr tvaa sick Friday and
W. II. Ilentley haa been on the
alck Hit the. past week.
Mra. C. P. Nlswonger liai gono to
Mlchlicnn to vlalt a alok sister.
N. P. nmlth wont to Portland Bun
day on a business trip of a few daya.
Mra. C. I), ftowe returned from nn
cxteiulte eastern trip Saturday
J. I. Weat Is now living In Hood
litter, having gone there from Cor
vallls. Mr. II. It. Sparks of Metollua
apent Sunday nlK'ht In llend, u guest
at Hotel llend. '
Mra. A. M. IJira entertained a
miinl.or or oiiiir people Informally
Suuday af toi noon.
Mra. aVihu Slltortonth returned
Sunday from a tlslt u Ith r..l.itlw. in
.Shsulkn and other towns.
Mrs. MoAIIUter litis mimo excel
lent samples or currants tut cxlillil
tluii nt the Commsiclnl Club.
Dr. I. II. Thompson and wire or
.Salem are' loouted In tho new 1 1 loss
residence on Kentucky atreet.
Mrs. K. J. Wilson, with her daugh
ter, ot The Dalles, was u guost or her
slater. Mrs I). W. Wllbon, last week.
Now that Harney O'Donnoll's
tmtoiior shop la raised on Jaoks etor
ono Is remarking that "meat Is going
Harney O'Dntiuoll went to Port
laud Sunday on a business ttlp, to
pui chase fixtures for his uutv build
Together with Mrs. Hates. Mra. K.
J. Hen Inn has been ut tho lintim m.
Ultor homestoad iluiln the lust
Hecuuao or tho atisenco or Mra.
ailvertooth. Mrs. P. W. Hrown has
ncen elected tieasurer or tho I.IIirari
Judge Kills wns In Prinevllle Mon
day on court business. Mia. Kills
accompanied him, visiting friends
Mrs. C. I. Hozell and chlldron re
turned Saturday night rrom Portland
and Vancouter, Wash., where they
Florence Seaaer fell at tho skating
rink last Wednesday evenlnir and
broke an arm. Sho lett Monday for
her home In Portlaud,
Water Superintendent George T.
Cochran, accompanied by hla wlfo
nnd children, was In the Slaters and
Motolliis country Inst week.
A telephone bus been Installed In
(ho new ofllco or Tho ilulletln.
Minn Mlltlo Vandovert and Mrs.
Chr-stor Catlow sppiit tho week-end
In town with friends.
C W. Ashbnugh, with his family,
will Imivo probably this work fur hla
homoslend near Holy at.
Mrs. J. II. Stanley haa been a vis
itor at tho home of Mrs. II. W. Bkusc
for tho lust few daya.
Miss Modu Castle returned last
night rrom n visit with Miss llotal
liig In Nez Forces, Idaho.
M. D. Kniitaeu or tho llend Hard
ware Company left this morning on a
vacation trip to th coast.
Clarence Mannhclmor Is expected
back rrom Chloago Sunday. He has
been visiting hla parents for several
Lai Qulnn, with his wire, Is In
tov.ii for a few da) a. Ho la Collector
for the Merchants Collection Agency
of Han Francisco,
Miss Arrlo Illack returned Sunday
rrom a visit with relatives at Hose
burg She was also In Portland for
the Klks convention.
Tho Ilulletln has received n copy
of an auto road map or Oregon and
Washington issued by tho Monarch
Oil Refining Co. or San Francisco.
It. B. Koon, engineer in charge or
(lend's srwago operations, will bo
gone probaldy until early September
on a trip through Western Oregon.
M. S. Lattln and O. M. Patterson
wero In Madras last weok In con
nection with tho taking of Inventory
of the Ited Crosa drug store there.
Warren I.elpham and wlfo of
Davenport, Wash., Atcre In llend last
Wednesday night on "lliolr way -to
tho upper river country on an out
Hen Sawhrldge expects to leave
shortly for hla home in North Yaki
ma, Wash., whence he will go to col
lege at Stanford I'nlveralty, at Palo
The full page Illustration or tho
magazine sctlon or tho Portland
Oregontan last Sunday Is or tho Des
chutes river and the Irrigation flume
of tho C O. I. Co.
.Miss Lillian Vreldt, who haa been
visiting hor alster, Mrs. C. D. Hrown.
left Sunday for her home at Ante
lope. Sho will inch this winter In
the Haker schools.
There will lie a school election to
morrow (Thursday) evening at 8 o'
clock at the school house to elect a
successor on the toard to Mrs. C. S.
Hudson, who reslgnod.
Tho National Geographic Magazine
for June contains an Interesting and
well Illustrated artlclo upon moun
tain climbing and trip making In tho
Three Slslcw country Just west ot
Mra. D. W. Luke and two children
who have been visiting Mr. and Mra.
D. W Wilson at the Altamont. lett
Monday for their home In Pennsyl
vanta Mra. J.uke Is Mr. Wilson's
Italpb Cake or Portland and Ovid
W. II. Itlloy returned a tew days ago
rrom a three weeks' hunting trip to
Crane Prairie. Horse Lake and
Ta)lor Hum. Mr. Cake killed a
three-ytar old bear.
Jean IIohs, rormerly or llend, was
one or the grooms In a triple wed
ding that occurred at Salem, July 31.
Ilia brldo waa Mies' Anna Hurgcr.
The ceremony occurred nt the home
ot tho brldu'a parents.
net'. J. K. Williams states that the
dedication ot the Methodist church
will occur on tho SSth. Many In
teresting features will be Included In
tho oxerctses, full announcement ot
which will be mado later.
S. J. Sponccr will leate tho last of
tho week for l-a Grande whoro he
will bo Joined by his wire who Is vis
iting relatives. They will go rrom
that city to various points In Idaho,
making an auto trip or several weeks.
I G. Seward and bride, or Chi
cago, who are on a Western hone)
moon trli, will visit Mr. Seward's
brother. C. G. Seward, hero about the
32nd. Mr. Soward Is private secre
tary (n President Mudge or the Rock
The Central Orogon Ice &. Cold
Storage Co. shipped a carload or let
to Madras Sunday nnd a oar to Red
mond today. This makes 10 lull
carloads that have gono to these
towns this summer, In addition to
less than car lots.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hruco Shunnn, attar
a stay of some six weeks here, left
Filday for Portland and California
points. Thoy will probably return
to Rend noxt spilng, as Mr. Shuman
has extonMve timber interests In
this part ot tho country.
George K. Altken, editor or the
Sisters Ilorald, was In llend Monday,
lie confirms tho report that his ox
partner, J. M. Crenshaw, will start
a third paper In Redmond. The
new newspaper, apparently, will he
or tho old "Citizens' Call," champion
ing tomperance and reform moto
ti'teuts. Local railroad men tell a story on
Jim Dillon, n roadmaster on the Ore
gon Trunk. One day last week the
up train ran over a cow just this
side ot Maupln, cutting off the ani
mal's legs. Dillon wired hack to
the section boss at Maupln: "Take
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You Cnn't Make any mistake in Buying
You'll find them
where you get other '
The DEPENDON Store.
gun and shoot crippled cow that No.
G. K. Rhodes of Spokane oamo In
Sunday night and Is t (siting his
friend, A. T. Frame.
II. II. Ford returned Saturday from
his trip to tho Hums country where
nn oil strike was retiorted. Ho did
not bring back ravorablo reports.
J. C. Young, rather ot Gcorgo S.
Young, together with his wire and
son, Is here visiting his son, and
when he goes will leave his auto
H. P. Smith last week sold to
W. G. Waugh ten acres ot Irrigated
land east or town, the sate being
made by the Oregon Investment Co.
Tho price was J 1000.
W. II. Kvans has sold out his Inter
est In the Dream Theatre to L. C
Rudow. hla partner. During Mr.
Rudow's absence, probably tor a
week, Mr. Kvans will conduct the
business, and then will leave tor Se
attle. C. I. Hozell states that during the
last month more than 60,000 pounds
ot flour manufactured In Rend has
In-en shipped to tho country south
cast and south of here. One or the
heaviest buying districts has been
tho Fort Rock country.
Mrs. Laura Predy or Leota, Kan.,
and Mrs. Delia Selbert or Enid, Okla.,
daughters or Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
unclll, arrived Sunday night to spend
a month or more on a visit with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Onelll had
not seen Mrs. Predy for 22 years.
Mr. Onelll's son from Idaho came In
last night also.
Mrs. Kctchum ot Prinevllle Is vis
iting her son, Dr. R. D. Kctchum.
Mrs. R. M. Smith spent Sunday nt
the home of Cole K. Smith east of
The net profits of the recent sale
conducted by the Library Club were
about J 123.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Henkle or Philo
math. Ore., arrived last night to vis
It their son, O. C. Henkle, and fami
ly. H. C. Oliver or the O.-W. R. N.
says the passenger business to Bend
continues to be excellent.
L. D. Shlveiy and R. D. Ward leU
this morning, alter a fishing trip up
river rrom which they brought to the
Hotel Rend flvo Dolly Vardon trout,
three of which weighed 45 pounds.
J. T. Hardy of tho Oregon Trunk
sas that the road has made a num
ber or Improvements at Fallbrldge of
Interest to passengers. The hotel has
been enlarged and otherwise consid
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Arent yon tired of borrowing the other fellow's
Ifyouar not, let as wkisper sonetUag to you:
Own your own things; then yon won't spoU aH
the fun of your outing in fearing you'll break the gun,
or whatever you have borrowed.
hrso.infc .'goot and hardware we sell only the
best. They are the cheapest for you.
Skuse Hardware Company.