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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1912)
Tin: iikni iiullkti.v, iiknd, wkdnkhday, novkmiikh 27, 1012.
Is there anything; more perplexing to the average woman than selecting
suitable gifts for the men-folks. Wc have made special efforts this
year to help you solve this problem. Bring your troubles to us and we
will assist you In every way possible.
Suitable Suggestions for the Men: -
BATH ROBES T,,ose ,on comfortable "" i striking
- color combinations. Miikcs 11 very nppro-
priutc (ill. Priced at $6.50 and $10.50 each
SWEATERS xtrft l,cuvy Purc woo' slmker knit, inudu by
i, Him. 1 . Hi 1 Li, mi .a the Olympiu Mills the best grey, curdiwil,
blue, white, brown From $3.50 to $8.50
SHIRTS Drcss smrLs fl'"""-'! sliirLs, golf sliirLs. nil kinds, all
colors, and priced from $1.00 to $3.95
SLIPPER.S Tnc c'fortable kind, made of felt, black or
iI.i..,Iii brown, at $1.75
Also a leather slipper in three different styles', extra good quality,
priced at from $1.75 to $2.75 a pair
HOSE Always acceptable and .something that every man
needs. Cotton, lisle and silk, from 25c to 75c a pair
TIES r! u,lvc tne celebrated "KeLscr Cravats" in all colors of
plain llaratiiea silk "the Hi that wears." And a IiiVge
assortment of fancy silks, from 50c to $1.75 each
GLOVES rcss k)ovcs work gloves, heavy gloves, light
- gloves, lined gloves, auto gloves, every kind of
glove you can ask for 10c to $3.50 a pair
If you do not Hnd something in this that suits we will have a few
suggestions "up our sleeve" that may help.
'The Store of Better Values"
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Wf I3nulLv vXcSOt ji. f At. .
John and a? Aait nlAeady icni iuo eaJy
ctiaiAA for (ihAlitnxaa to &Anncbria and
tAandfta, and you ouyii io Aead the letter
they vAote Lack. c7ey Said they kneiu ihetA
childAcn were jenJ ille aJ well ai thought
ful, Leeuuie they Acnt 4ucA sen&LLle ft reienti.
c7Aey nevcA pot anything ii the La live thai
fileased them Jo uell.
(P.'S.-lJou and Holt, by all meant, Send eaiy
cAuIAj o your ftaAenis,. fit 4uAe io 4uy
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(b. sL tjiompson
Where Your Dollar Does its Duty.
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
V, it. Corkott taken III Mon
iU. Mlllnnl Triplet l over from Aah
Iniul fur a Hliort visit.
Mannhelmer have had a telephone
UiHtnlttHl In tUolr tor.
.1. J. Kit In wont to I'ortlunct Sun
day on n shurt business l tip.
P. N. Wnltoee ami .Mr. Morton of
I.uldlnw won In town yesterday.
Thu"Prlielllss will moot with Mloa
Wilson nuxt Monday evening.
Tint llrlilito Oluti rill lio tuiturirln.
otl Friday by Mm. II. V. Skuse.
Cart Allen wan In town yostorday
rrum his ranch iii tltu Deschutes.
K. M. Thompson hni bought from
It. U. Ooe u Si-foot lot on llio lawn.
Miit. llnrtTia II. -Grunt nml ion 11a-
on will leave tomorow for Portland
whoro thoy will maku thulr homo.
Jena Hunter mid wlfo oxpoct to
leavu lloud tioxt month for Lima, III.,
whoro tlmy will inako thulr homo.
Charles Thornthwnltd has relumed
from MIohlKun and Is again with II.
.1. Kualotton In.tho lalter'a hnrnora
Thu llond llardwaro Company hn
an OMpcclnlly attractive window dla
play, HhnwIiiK Knio ponnllillltlea of
II. K. Aten, who has hoen omploy
od on tlio North Canal dam, In the on
KlnuorliiK dopartmont, wont to Port
Tho PrvHltytorlnu. l.ndloa1 Guild
Will hold itB nnxt mootinu with Mr.
A, C. liUCUB on Wodneuduy aftomoon,
P. O. Uarrlson. who him Iman In
Priuovlllo lookltiR aftor lutoroata of
tho UoRors I.uinliur Co., rotumod to
nona Monday nlglit.
Jonaa Olnon. who rocontlv was In.
Jurod by n fall in Portland, has re
covered Biiincluntly to return to his
worK aa a carpontor.
Tho ateol doora for tho vaults In
tho now Flrat National Hank bulldliiR
havo nrrlVQii and are IikIhc Installed.
Thoy wulgh 13,500 pounda,
Mra. H. M. Thompson, who hna
hoen qlck for about a month, la tin
Iirovlllir and was ablu to li. outdnnru
for n short time Sunday,
W. I' Vnndovort'n family hnvo
moved from tho old homcatoad up
rivor to spend tho winter In llond.
Thoy nro living In tho llunnoll houso.
Mm. HuKfllriBon Is vIsltlriK tho W.
J. McOlllvrny frttnlly heforo tho
lotivo In n short tlmo for Cnllfornln
Mr, McOlllvrny expects to locnto near
Tho beautiful wenthor Bundny on
tlced many people outdoors, and Pilot
llutto was climbed by a largo nutn
her. Tho vlow of tho mountains ob
tained wna msfcnlllccnt.
II, A. Miller has rented tho build
Iiik on the corner of Ohio and Wall
streets, formerly occupied by the
forestry sorvlc,, to Mrs. Frank Wol
tera and Mrs. Henry Oldrldge.
Forest Hupcrvlsor M. U. Mcr'ltt
was over on tho Motollus last week
with IlsriKer II. K, Vincent looklnu
over land In tho reserve which has
been applied for aa homesteads.
Tomorrow bolni; a holiday, the
bsnka and the postofllco will be
closed. Tho tolephuno oftlco will ob
serve Hundny hours, IicIiik open from
8 to 12 and from S to 8 o'clock.
In honor of her sister, Miss IMna
Hpoucer of Mlnesoto, n brldKO party
was given by Mrs. Clydo M. McKay
Saturday afternoon. Miss Spencer
expects to bo In llond until noxt week.
Misses Schoolcraft and Hordcn en
tertalned several girl friends at Mrs.
Minor' Hunday evening. They had
n plcassnt gathering and aftor lunch
con toasted marshmallows around
A big Christmas and Now Year
dance will bo given In Bather's Hall
on tho evening of tho 28th of Decem
ber, this being tho Saturday between
tho two holiday dates which conio on
Tho Ilcnd lodge of Odd Fellows
has chosen the folowlng olectlvo ofll
cers far tho term beginning with the
now year; Vernon A. Forbes, N. O.;
W. U Wing. V. 0.; J. B. KiiBobrct-
son, secretary; M. S. Iattln, treas
Upon request of tho loosl minis
ters Postmastor Minor will change
tho Sunday postoRlce hours, begin
nlng Decombor 1. The general deliv
ery window will bo opon from 9 to
9:30 Instead of from 10 to 10:30 as
W. II. II. Williams toft today for
Seattle to spend n fow mouths with
his family. Ha ox peels to return In
tho spring, bringing with him his
folks. Mr. Wll'nms has liesn up on
his homestead making Improvements.
Ho has namod It the Forest Urovc.
Mi'.-.m-y.vy.-jrAy ,m,wmnr,- "iHiniuK.vTXKa
H. P.. Hngln lias Interested n srdsll
colony of Washington people In tho
Hampton valloy country. F. I), lle-
lona and dsughtor, Mrs.l.ucy H'oks,
ns woll as A. B. llall of Tacoma and
Mr. Hunting or Oarllsld will make
their Iioiumi on claims in that com
The I-ndUm' Aid Soolety of the
Methodist church was entertained at
(he home of Mrs. M. 8. Iattln last
Wcdunsday nftornoo.i. Tho mooting
wns of n social clmrnctor and was at
tended by some 24 women. Dainty ro-
freslumnfn were sorved. The gath
arlng was groatl)- vnjoyod by ovory
Miss JaeqiiM was tendered a com
illiutntary dinner at the Oregon
f3rlll by friends Sunday afternoon.
She was over on a visit from
"wr school near Hand and the ocon
Ion was celebrated by n "turkey
feed." A special musical program
was given during the afternoon.
?rook County Journal.
The A. C. Sanford family, who ro.
aided In fiend last winter that tho
girls might nttend school, have
movod from their Opal City ranch to
J tut t mi n V n ci f i w ti n ia I Q n n 1 1 1
r,.niivi u"ii "imiv . .
hns Accepted n imsltlon oh ninuaKor
ut mihu iiuniiiiro nilivi.ii. invpuir
ll,U IIIU HI II1CBUIIV tOlltllK rVIIIII!-!
at Wnmlc heforo going to their new
J. II. Onelll la com'iletcly remodel
ng his otllce building on tho corner
of Wall and Mlnesota streets, former
ly occupied by Hunter & Stnnta, turn
ing It Into a storo room, with modem
show windows. Soon after comple
tion Mrs. Mclntsh's millinery shop
will occupy the building, moving from
tho present loontlon uoxt to tho post
onico. Mombora of tho W. C. T. V. call at
tention to tho fact that all ladles who
are Interested In tho wolfaro of tholr
homrs, and who nppreclno tho privi
lege of tho ballot, should ho present
nt tho meeting of tho union, at 3
o'clock Friday, in tho reading room
In tho rear of tho Ilaptlct church.
Members and nou-momhors aro urged
Monday ovcnlng George Jones'
milk delivery wagon gut badly
wrecked whoit tho horses took fright
and rnn away. Tho runaway start
ed near the Chile Parlor and ended
at tho Irrigation company's dam.
more than n mllo distant. The rig
was partially domollehed and consid
erable milk was scattered over the
Mlssoa Noll Markol and Harriet
Dolson and J. C. Hhodes left llond
last Saturday morning for a trip to
tho high plains country, going to the
homestead claims of Misses Anne and
Gertrude Market, about 30 mlloa out.
They reached thore about 12 o'clock
and tho party returned to llond tho
same ovonlng, bringing In Mlssoa
Anno and Gortrudo with thorn.
But 2 1 Shopping Days
Uatill Xmas. Better
Selections by buying
We are showing a collection of
DOLLS second to none in Bend
Undressed, Kid-Kody Dolls, jointed, at
35c, 50c, 75c, $1.35, $1.75, $2.50
Drested Dolls, 10c to $2.00
Put up In attractive boxes three to a box price
50c to ?5c
Others 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c each
Many other Gift Items, such as TOILET SETS, FANCY
COMBS, NECKWEAR. HOLIDAY LINENS. MEN'S
NECKWEAR. SUSPENDER SETS, COLLAR . BAGS,
GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ETC., ETC.
TO BE HAD HERE.
Ladles' Home Journal Patterns.
IIKXVKK liriMKS ALL OF IlItlt'K.
In a rccont trip to Denver, Colo.,
Herman Buhrhonrlch of Hvansvitle,
asked the driver of a Denver taxlcab
how many frame buildings there- were
in the city. Tho driver pointed out
one or two. He answered, "I don't
IkjIIcvc thore are many more In the
"Denver Is a city of brick," said
tho drlvor of the machine. "We
don't experiment with wood here. We
build homes of brick and thoy list.
They're fireproof, too."
"The information brought back to
Kvansvllle by Mr. Suhrhunrlch Is Just
an example of what Is being douo the
country over," declared John Andres
of the Standard Ilrlck Co. "Tho big
eltloti are through with wood. Ilrlck
costs only a little more la the first
place and that small additional east
pays all kinds of dividends In bettor
wear and safety from fire."
"Evansvlle Is gradually learning
this especially In the construction of
larger buildings. Steel beams In
buildings are often bent and twisted
y tho action of the nro. Hut brick
Is burned In the making and it oonnot
be burned again, llrlek construction
Is the only sf method.
"Tho people of tho country for
years have thought of brick as an ex.
nienslvo building matrlal. This week
several pooplo have Inquired tho cost
of building a moderato slxod struc
ture, were surprised at tha small ad
dltlonal cost of brick over frame con
struction. Ilcnd Hrlck & Lumber
. Rrown Bread Sandwich
Cream of Celery
Virginia Ham Horse Radish
Young Turkoy Oyster Dressing
Drolled Porterhouse Steak
Cranberry Jolly Roman Punch
FroMh Daked Sweet Potato a
Oreon Poaa la Cream
Apple, Mince and Pumpkin Pie
Co tree Tea Milk Cocoa
Dlnnor Served from B to 7 p. m.
Sorvlco SO Cents a Plato
Mrs. W. D. Cursey, Manager
l IICH JUII IIIII1K 1)1 CIU KlnhN, UIU1K
I of LlbbyV at Patterson's, Ailver.
LOOK 5H AH PI
SEE OUR LINE. OF
IVIpivoii I)rtr Co. ecluHlvo Pgents
In Demi for the famous Llbby cut
" " , hi I,,,, ' 1
" .-An -
WE SELL CUTLERY WHICH IS SHARP TO BEGIN WITH
AND WHICH IS WELL TEMPERED AND WILL STAY
WE DO NOT. HOWEVER. USE "SHARP PRACTICE" WITH
THOSE WHO GIVE US THEIR TRADE AND "PALM OFF" ON
THEM A POOR (jRADE OF HARDWARE.
WE "KNirE" PRICES WHEN WE FIRST MARK OUR
SOME ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE CHRISTMAS GIFTS
THAT WE SHALL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU,
Skuse Hardware Company.