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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1913)
IlKND IlULLKTlft, BKNIL OBK WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, lflj.
jFor Foil Late Shoppers
We Have a Large Assortment of
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to seled; from. Here are a few suggestions from our large stock:
I NAVAJO Art Craft I 1 NAVAJO Art Craft I I FELT SLIPPERS, I
AH Wool Blankets LOUNGING ROBE all colors and styles
Just the tiling to send to the an acceptable gift, till wool. A suitable gift for anyone,
folks at home lied, Tan, Gray Priced at Priced from
jg$5&$6.75 I $10.50 I 70c to $1.50
I Suit Cases & LADIES Black Cat Hose Silk Waists I
I i m ALWAYS A.N ACCEITAIILE GIFT.
Tr.veiinisB.g Hand Bags j-g gg-uj ,-j . ... SHkWaist
A"p?ShB"t &?,' BS!ftff2feSSJ".:.rS Patterns
m. i in tm. leathers, priced from .Men Aii-snu, ir pair soc
$1.75 to $13.50 I $1,25 to $7.50 gg555 Kimonos
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING, WITHOUT DELAY, AT
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LOCAL NEWS ITEA1S
OYSTER HIHqUE Load sev
en adult oysters out back of tbo
barn and shoot them. (If you
havn't ft barn or gun, borrow
your neighbor'.) After pluck
ing tbcm and removing tbo foot,
parboil Itinui until they aro els
tic. cavur with crumby bread
and bake. VnrnUh with' dill
ploklM, add hot nlr nnd icrvo.
I'hll Cardinal was In town from
Imperial lam wcok.
T. II. Danlola Jr., on mo In Friday
inornlnic from Boattlo.
Mm. A. O. Wnlkor lias lifrn rtap
jmlntud poitmuitor at Alfalfa.
Mill Eva Qravei loft Monday night
for Portland to visit during tha boll
Itcdtnond'a iccond aunual poultry
how li icbodulad to bu bnld Janu
Will J. Sproat haa rtturnod from
uirlvvr whoro ho wn Init week on
Chrli Tlnucr, who hn been In
town for tbo pait faw wueki, left for
hli humeituad at Holyat Haturday.
The llend Company hai reconUr
had n cruw on the rlvor KultlnK out
log that had gono by th boom.
V, I. Warmoth. who recently
moved from Motollua to Hampton,
wai In town Uit weeic for auppllci.
Dainty candle In prottv boxon, In
die appreciate thorn. Tho Mutro
i , CHRISTMAS GIFT SALE
Nd llEXTKIt OUT CAN IlKfiKIiKOTKU THAN A NICK TIKCK
OK FUIINITUHH. 1 1IAVU A HPIiKNDID A8SOHTMKNT OK llOCKKUS,
LlllltAUY TAllIiKH, 1UNINO TAIU-KH, UIIKHHKIIS, 111 WHS AND UtQN
IIKDS, KITCIIION CAllINIiTfl, HUGH, 1'IOTUIUvfl, IlItAHH GOODH. MOHT
ANV OK Till: AIIOVK WILL UK HUIIK TO I'liKAHH AND I WILL MAKK
DKLI VKIIY ANV TWIK YOU HW
E. M. THOMPSON
Where Your Dollar Doea IU Duty,
OOOI) riOTVUKH AN IU.
HIO KVI1UY MIIT.
"Itnikru Vom-k," In tt Heel,
"llunny Hlnrneyed," or "Tho
Illaruey Ktono" (Comedy)
muhio iiy Kix-rmci: on-
CIIKSTItA KVKIIY NIGHT.
A DM IKS ION
10 ANI 15 CKNT8
Mlia O'Donnoll, daughtor of tho
Into John O'Donnoll, la hero looking
nftor tho property left by nor rnthor.
It. W. Smith, the attorney, loft
Friday night with hla fumlly for
Portland. Ho will probably return
Tho Fraternal Ilrotherhood will
glvo n itoclal dance tomorrow ( Thun
day evonlng) to which tho public In
Win. A. Dalxlol, Btato deputy labor
commlBHloner nnd factory Inspector,
arrived In town Monday morning on u
vlilt of Impcctlon,
M. h. Morrltt wont to Portland
Sunday night to attend a mooting of
tha district forest Investigation com
mlttoo. Ho was accompanied by Mrs.
Tho Tutnalo project la' advertising
for bids on half n car of food oata
and half n car of rolod barloy, to bo
dollvorod at Doschutea. Dlda will bo
Mr. and Mrs, Charloa Ultnoa,
frlonda of It. M, Smith and family,
arrived Thursday night for a visit
horo. They llvo near Wollsvlllo, Mo.,
Mr. Hlraoo being a largo stockman.
Jamos 11. Dickinson, tho home
atoador who was shot by1 Aleo Hall,
haa left Jlond for Elma, Wash., nc
companlod by his family. Nothing
has boon Ijarnod of tho whereabouts
Wo have JUBt a few boxos contnln.
Ins ten cigar each, vory nice Tor
Bontleman for that Xmafl sraoko. Tho
Thorson the Jeweler
WE DO NOT (H'ARANTEH THE "iai7 KOGEItH HHOH." SILYEKWAIIE
AH HOME MAKEIW HO, HKCAVHK A N Y PEItSON W I T II " II O US K
HKXHE" KNOWS THAT SILVEIt PLATE!) WAKE WILL NOT HOLD
OUT KOK BO YEAH8 UNLKSH IT LIES ON THE SHELK. THIS IS THE
GUARANTEE THAT ItOGEHS GIVES:
"KVEKYIMECKOKHILVEUPIiATH lU-UItING THE "117 ItOGEHS
HUOH." THADE SIAHK IS GUARANTEED IIY THE SIAKEHH TO GIVE
PKUKECT SATISFACTION IN EVERY HESPBtT."
JUST HIXnCIVED A NICK LINE OK STERLING SILVER GOODS AND
WIS AUSO HAVE THE FINEST STOCK OK JEWELRY EVER SEEN IN
REND. REMEMRER, EVERY ARTICLE ItOUGHT FROM US HAS GOT
TO IIE AS REPRESENTED, AND IK IT DOES NOT STAND UP WE ARE
HERE TO MAKE GOOD.
WATCH OUR SHOW WINDOW NEXT WEEK FOR SILVERWARE
AND CUT Gli.SS.
THORSON THE JEWELER
Mra. Clyde M. McKay leaves to
morrow with her children for Port
land whoro she will spend tho holi
days vliltlng with relatives. Mr
McKny oxpects to Join her at tho end
of thu week.
Clyde McKay returned Thursday
evonlng from a weok'a trip to drone
Prairie, Davis Crook and Davis Lako
whoro he weut to observo gamo con
ditions and Inspect Uio trappers who
aro now active In thoio localities.
A party of Harrlmau railroad offi
cials woro In town Saturday, having
come In from Portland In a now pri
vate car, the first the traffic man
have had. in the party woro William
MoMurray, 11. E Lounabury nnd It.
il. Mlllor. Aftor spending too morn
ing In town they weut to Prlnovlllo
ti. L. Hall, superintendent of the
Warm Springs Indian reservation,
was horo Friday conferring with sup
ervisor Morrltt of tho Deschutes for
est about the building of a telophono
lino from Allen's ranch, on tho Metol
Iub, down the river to tho Reserva
tion. This work will bo undertaken
Don not wait until Xmaa Eve for
that haircut, wo may bo crowded.
Tnls week will do Just oi well. Our
bath rooma are boated with hot air,
try one. Tho Metropolitan. Adv.
To Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Parkor, In
Portland, on Docember 3, a girl.' .'
To Mr. and Mra. J. A. DrlnVley, on
December 13, a boy.
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BUY WHEN YOU JEE.
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ON OUR WSINCSS
WE WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
YOU HAVE MADE THE OLD YEAR A HAPPY ONE FOR
US. BECAUSE YOU HAVE GIVEN US LOTS OF BUSN
NESS. YOU ARE GOING TO. COME BACK
TO US NEXT YEAR. BECAUSE YOU'VE
ffEEN SATISFIED WITH WHAT YOU GOTt
FROM US. WE KNOW YOU WILL BRING
YOUR FRIENDS TO TRADE WITH US. THOSE FRIENDS
YOU BRING WE WILL MAKE OUR FRIENDS, GIVING
THEM HONEST HARpWARE AT HONEST PRICE&
Skuse Hardware Company