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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1912)
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Noxt Titemlny hcIiooI 0cnH anil that menna school
nupi(M for till of tho younKstor. Theeo supplies
tiro qultu nn Item In tho family oxiKinw nnd wo
a ro koIdk to holp you ut tho children nlnrtcd
rliriiL. Wo nro Kolntf I" nvo you considerable
inonuy on thutio mipjillos. Compnro tliesu prices
nntl our koxIh with tho prices you hnvo been
AH of our Pencil Tablets nt. 6 for 25c
All of our Ink Tablets 3 for 25c
Pencils, rubber tip lc
Pencils, Flashlight 2 for 5c
Pencils, rcRulur fie 6 for 25c
Composition Hooks 6 for 25c
Pencil Hoxes, filled with Pen, Penholder
and Pencil- u 10c
Huler, hardwood, brass edge 5c
Ink, lletf. fie 6 for 25c
Pen Holders 2 for 5c
Our Wnll Street Window will show you n few of
tho number wo huvo In tnbluU.
Wo cannot Hut nil of our dilTuront stylen of chll
drcn'n Rchool shoes but you enn navo from 2c to
7Bc on every pair bv looking over our lino of
GUAItANTKKD ALL LEATHKU SHOES for
children. Wo carry Ui famous
school (hoe ami wo Kuurnntee every pair to jtlvo
satisfactory service or wo will rIvc you another
pair. This Kuarantce menru just what it anys.
"The Store of Better Values"
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
Fred Huey U on the otck Hit this
II. II. Mutilg loft for tho Hast
Mr. It, I). Ifetchum l visiting
friends In I'rlnovllle.
W K. Uuerln csme In last night
from Sandusky, Ohio.
Chnrlrs lloyd wont to Portland
Sunday on business.
fer IJLjUg- e4ZM$f
jDca r Qmyj-
Would you Lelievc thai in my nicely
furnished home af've lccn u-sino.- the Same old
Atove ioo lony to tell, "Well, now o've ftut
a Lrand-ncw Anno,e in my kitchen. )Cot
haftftif o am oveA it. She kitchen looks like
unaiher ftlace, and the cooking iaiies LeiieA,
37ie new Aiyle stoves, ioo, oAt o much
moAc convenient to vie than the pld,
Jjouri a J eve r,
(P. S."Vhu don'l you pet you a Aano.e Juii like
mine? &a to? , t
E. M. Thompson
Where Your Dollar Does its Duty.
Ralph Polndotlnr nnd Ixmls
Doonnr spent Monday In Redmond,
H, .1 Hponcnr linn K"iui lo I.nOrnndo
mid will ho away probably fix weeks.
Saturday night (ho band kavo n
iinmt enjoyable ilanco at l.lnwtar'ii
If. K. Horfitmit returned Mondny
from u Inn dns vacation trip to tho
It. K. Urny, of tlio I'rliinvlllo Jour
unl, with n party of friends, was lieru
Mrs. Ilnrry Manlon tins been on tho
sick list fur iiotcrul days hut Is Improving-
Dr. K. II. Todd was a guest of Dr.
aim) Mrs. F. II. Thompson while In
town over Hunduy.
Jnok I'nriiilnlnr, wno linn been lo
HtK)kniio on n ImirIiics trip, returned
Miss liva (irnvbs tins moved from
tho May lumrlnitints mid Is now llv
liiK with tho I'rluxlfs.
Miss Dorothy Hohnolcrnfl, who will
tench In tlio Mend schools this sum
mer, nrrlvod Insl week.
Mrs. I'rntik llonrn Ims lon slek
for em urn I days, lioliu throutonud
with favor, It Is roared.
Mrs. (I. W. Mall, who Iuih lieen In
Ilcnd for sovorsl weeks, returned to
Mrs. I'. (. Pish has gono to lx
AriRclos li(r she Is to vUlt mom
horn of her husband's family.
Mr. and Mm, OoorKo lluettc, for
mvily of C'smns, Vnnli., hove come
to Itond to mnko tholr homo hero.
Ilcnd MmIkc No. 131t, A. I'. & A. M.
will hold n meeting tomorrow nlfilit
(Thursday, the i'JXh) Hpcclnl work.
Mlr Anno nnd Uortrudo Markol
siont tho week-end on. tholr homo
ntends southeast of town, some Sf
Joe Hunter. John Hlpss and Carl
Hunter mtumed Bundny from n
liuntliiR and flshlnK trip to Davis
MIBa Kntherlne Trautnor and
Hthol Hordeu nrrltvd Uunday nlitht
from the Kat whoro they sjiont the
Tho Krptemlicr numlicr of Bunsot
Mnitazlno contains an article by G.
I', rutnaui uMin tho hlftory of tho
Dick Smith and Dr. Kerrell wore
Iho first or tho Itond party to return
from hnkmlew. In tlio latter' car
!nrrllu& Thursday night.
i W. I.. Creeii and family or Port
land, who woro Knouts nf C. I. Iloioll,
woro hero Isnt week, IcnvltiK Thurs
day by nuto ror Crater l.ake.
Durlnx the last week much dirt
has boon dclltered at tho Overturf
lots In Park Addition, preparatory to
tho erection ot a residence.
Tho Infant daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs. W. It. Bmlth olid Sunday morn
Ins; ot cholera Infantum. Tho
8rulths live In Wlcstorli.
It. i:. Koon. eniclneer In charice ot
tho aower work, returnod last week
after a trip thro unit western Oregon.
lite was accompanied by his sister.
W. K. Merrll, of the Pacinc Tele
I phono Compnn). who at preacnt Is In
! direct charxe or the operation or tho
Pioneer Company, six; lit much ot last
The tet of Dr. tlorby'a vesper
sermon on the lawn Sunday was:
Tako th shoes rrom off thy reel for
tho Riound upon which thou atnndest
Is hoh Kround."
Tho Itev. Holiert K. Paddock.
Kplicopal llUtuip of Hastern Oregon,
will be hero Friday and conduct sor
tces In the 'euuilitK at tho now
ArcordlnK to tho IT. S. ncologtcal
Huroy press bulletins tho mineral
production of Crook County ror the
past year has been 10.35 ounces ot
Kotd, valued at $214.
'.. W. MndlKirg, formerly hero at
the Bather storo. has bought a fton-
oral store six miles eaht of Oregon
iCIt), noar whleh ho also has no
ntilrcil a nu ncro tract.
1 Jack Wonnndy. John Klklns. Les
ter Msnoar and William Ilhono left
Monday ror tho mountains, tholr
destination being tho Rolit prospvet
they recently discovered.
Ouiiunr YouttR or Vonlce, Cal..
arrived In Ilend Monday ulslit to look
Iho town over. Ho Is on his wcy
r.:.r, vv . '': wee
LOOK OVER THIS LIST
and prove for yourself that our prices are lowest, con
sistent with the high quality of merchandise we offer.
AmuMkcttft Apron OliiKhnms, per yd,
i!7 Inch Dren (JIiikIihiii", per yd.
OutliiK Flannels, (Uxxl Quality per yd
fJriiiiiplnii all I.lnrn Crnili TowclliifC,
White or Hi-own, per yd.
10c, 12ic, 15c
()(M)d f lurk ToncU, racli
!0c, 15c, 25c
LI ii en lluck Towels, enrli
25c, 35c, 50c
Until Tovu'In, each
15c, 25c, 50c, 75c
O. .V, T. Darning Cotton
2 for 5c
lli-t Mnen Khoo Ijirrs
3 pr. 5c
I'nKlc C'rucliet II(Mks
llnlr .Vrt, Willi or Without Mantle
5c, 6 for 25c
Hull I Ira r I iik Itflirrttes, a new one It
they brrnk, rnrh
Iloyn' anil rilrU' htsck Cat Hone,
heavy or medium tibial double knee
2 pr. 25c
Iloya' lllouke WaUU anil Shirts
25 & 50c
Hoys' HlblMil Underwear
25 & 50c
Ladle' Double Hole Dot Calf fthora,
nn excellent wcMrlnjt ahoe for the
Hhccts, 81x00, rocli
75c, $8.50 doz.
Pillow Hllps, 42x30, each
15c, $1.50 doz.
75c to $3.00 ea.
V(M)I and Wool Mixed lllankcU
$3.00 to $8.50
Work Bhoc. Btar ISrattd, per pair
$2.50 to $4.00
CnrhartU Oreralls (Host by Test)
$ 1 .00 pr.
Work Khlrts, Aniotkcag, Cliambray
Khaki or CJicrlot, each
Genuine Itockford Kofte,
3 pr. 25c
Monarch Shirts, each,
Arrow Hlilrts, Kach,
Men's Fleece Lined Itlbbeil or Plst
1'nderwcar, per garment
BETTER Merchandise for LESS if you trade at
The DEPENDON Store.
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Tho Public is invited
to attend the Millinery
Opening at the fiend
Millinery Store on
MRS. S. McINTOSH
H h H I i i i
Kast and If he likes It hero will re
turn later to make thla his home.
I). I.. McKay returned, last n'ght
Portraiture enlant'ng and copying
at the Seward Studio.
Home cooked chicken dinner Hun
day from 4 to 3 p. ru. at Altamont
S. X. Steele or Portland, whose
daughter. Mcdora. Is visiting here,
came In last night.
Walter Wing returned yesterday
from California, where fie baa been
ror sereral months.
I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wing expect
to leave soon on a lslt to their old
home In Vermont.
Mrs. Ralph Spencer, who has been
visiting relntUcs In Alberts, Canada,
ror several months, Is expected homo
On Sunday, September 22nd will
occur tho formal laying of tho corner
I stono ot tho new Presbyterian
I Mrs. Stevenson make a specialty
I of 25c dinners, families especially
Invited Sundays. ladlus' rest room
, In connection.
i Misses Hthel Holmes and Martha
Sldnor nro expected to arrive tomor-
I row evening from tho Kast, where
'thoy hnvo becu spending tho aummor.
I Miss Shultx Is now playing tho
I piano at tho Star Theater. Tonight
MUh lva West will play a violin solo,
nnd- Kilda) Mlsa Arrle !Uuck will
The Piittci-Non Drug Co, auuoiinrt'N
clxewhcrc hi IhU Ihmip that an they
aiv furnishing n'lutol hooka at whole
Mile lUt prices they shall hac to
sell thene ImmiLm for rush only. '
lien Sawhrldgo left Saturday for
Palo Alto. California, where ho will
attend Stunfonl University this
winter, tie was given n (arowell
irnrtv Friday night by Mrs. 0. P.
S. A. Slmonson, who has n hump
atead near llaruoy Holes, came In
Monday rrom Astoria, where ho has
boon working In n Men ennnory dur
ing tho summer, to tako up rcsldunee
on his clntm.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Mnnley and Ned
Mnnloy of Portland Bpont yesterday
In He ml. Thoy hao boon making an
extended nuto tour of tho state. Mr.
and Mrs. Manloy are old friends of
Mr. and Mrs, J. A. KaBtes.
Ii, D. West la constructing two
handsomo bungalows In WIestorla.
Each building la 41 by 24 foot, and
will ho ror rent. Tho bungalows are
on the eastern corner lots at the
Intersection f 8th 'avenue and K
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Thompson gavo
a dinner last Wednesday evening In
honor or Miss Anne Market, Those
present In addition to the hosts and
the guest ot honor were Misses Ida
Anderson, Certrudo Market nnd lva
Mrs. F. F. Smith and Mrs. A. M.
Lara gavo a bridge luncheon this
morning at 10 o'clock at Mrs. Lara's
residence. In honor of Mrs. L. D.
lialrd. who leaves Ilend next Sunday.
The guesta were members ot the
There will bo a baptismal service
on Sunday morning at the Presby
terian service at the Star Theatre.
Any others wishing to consecrate
tbolr children to the Lord In the
rite or baptism will kindly notify the
pastor at once.
C. S. Benson, whose offlco In the
bank building waa badly damaged by
lire and water during Saturday's
blaie, will have his desk temporarily
In The Bulletin office, until his old
quarters are repaired. ;Tho remodel
ing of the old office will materially
Uev. J i:. Williams left Monday
morning for Ellensburg, Wash., to
attend the annual meeting or tho
Columbia Illvor Conterenco of the
Methodist church This confereneo
will assign a pastor ror tho Ilend
church, who will devote his entlro
time to this charge.
W. S. Lock wood and wire wero
over from Dend this week looking
after their auto truck business.
The trucks ore making good time
these daya and handling a vast am
ount of freight. The wagons am
also hauling much freight from that
point. Darns Times-Herald.
The Dend Park Company has Is
sued an attractive new folder des
criptive of Dend. In addition to sev
eral psges of reading matter there)
are a doxen or more excellent new
Illustrations showing Dend'a develop
ment and two comprehensive plats of
the town and a map Illustrating tho
town's economic and geographical
position In the stato.
Rev, 1. I. Gorby, Presbyterian
pastor, wilt preach Sunday a, m.. 11
o'clock, at the Star Theatre, subject.
"The Laws of Heredity nnd Environ
ment." Tho evening services will be
held on tho old Drake lawn at 7 p.
m. A special musical program has
been provided for each of tho
services. Sunday school meets at 10
a. m Bharp. Mr Darrowdale, Supt.
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CAUE FOR YOUR HORSES WELL AND THEY WILL DO
BETTER WORK FOR YOU.
WE CANNOT MENTION THE MANY THINGS WE CARRY
IN OUR STORE. BUT WHENEVER YOU NEED ANYTHING
IN HARDWARE. COME TO US AND YOU WILL FIND IT.
OUR QUALITY IS ALWAYS THE BEST. OUR .PRICES
ARE ALWAYS FAIR PRICES.
Skuse Hardware Company.