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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1914)
TIIIJ IIHNI) IICLMCTIN, IJU.VI), OIHJ., WIHLWMDAYt ii:ct;if)iii 10, 10J I,
ffl Appropriate Gifts Ir Everybody
The Christmas Gift
Store for You
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OUR LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS this year is more
complete than ever before. A call at our store will
convince you that this is, the place to settle your Christmas
Gift problem. HeYe at ejafew of the many useful gifts we
have now on display "f of your selection:
VANITY CABHH y,
HANDIIAOB ;?( (,'li to 91 1.00
HIIA'im MJWIfjiutmV '
I.MI'OltTKI) iwsinr CHINA.
MIMTAHY BHTfl .91.(10 to (JO.IMI
HAFHTY ItAKOKH 9 1,00 to ijtO.OO
DIAMOND HlMlH POCKKT KNIVKH
MHHIIOIIAUM AND llltlAH I'JPIJH
COLLAH llAGH .
FANCY I10XKH OF STATIONERY
HO Cent (o 92.00
PAHIBIAN IV0UY NOVELTIES. . .2.1 LI. l'i
MANICUJti: BETH 91.00 to 912.00
TOILET HI5TB . .$1.00 to 923.00
com ii and imuBn bets . .no ci. to 91.00
HEWING BETH 91.00 to 97.00
OABHEUOLLB f... .$2.00 Up
LIIIIIEY CUT 0LAM1
IIIIIMSH . ,
DOLLS AND TOYS
An immense stock of Character, Kid Hotly, Dressed and Undressed Dolls, Irons,
Hooks and Games, Mechanical, Friction and other Toys that will please every child.
PRICES THE LOWEST-
Patterson Drug Company
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
1. II, Johnson of Mllllcnn spcit
Gus Bchrocdor of Silver ImVo spont
Hohool closes fur tho Christmas va
cation On Friday.
' 0nrgo Hobbs of I'owcll Ilutto, wan
' In town yesterday.
Fred Trlplott ennio In (rant tho
country over Sunday.
1. M. Thompson U confined to tho
homo with tho grippe.
J. J. Coon wan up front Laldlnw
on business ytmtqrdny.
f I). A. Pnltbrsou of Powell llullf
'wan In town yesterday,
(looritn Oovo U expected haok front
Portland Batiirdny night.
Mrit. John K. Hynn ruturnol from
Portland Tuoadny morning.
Horn to Mr. Sidney llyratti of
Hand n Imhy girl Sunday night.
Arthur Mooro la In from hi Whit
nker vulloy homestead thki week.
Mr. F. If. Orimn's Utile Klrl miik
Ht tho Dream Theatre laat nlKhl.
K. M. Herrlngtnn. of Rlsters, ha
boon In town for the Itul fow dnya
V. It. McCulftton, formurly of Hond
la now runnltiK a restaurant In llunm.
A. D.'Norton of Mllllcnn waa hoo
yrctonlay, returning homo thla morn
ing. Horn to Mrs. C. M. Hedfleld or not
ch ulna n 10 pound baby girl on Mon-
A number of young poopto had n
ilnnco In Bather's Hall Thursday
On Mondny I.. C. Fleming aat up
for tho first tlino since hla IIIiiom
Dr. and Mrn. P. II. Doncor hnvo
bean visiting friends In Balvm durltiR
tho past week.
Margaret Wleat la expected bnciC
from CorvaHls for tho Christmas' hdj
Idnya on Hut unlay.
Tho Oleo Club hold Ita flnnl ro
hoaranl nt tho mildoflco of Mr (1.
P. Putnam on Friday.
Itnlph Dunn nnd Jack Stanley wont
to 1 1 a rim ou buRlaoM Bnturdny, re-
turnltiR yesterday morning.
MIm L. Mae Illehla leave Saturday
morning for Peudlolon, where alio In
tend to aend tho holidays.
Carl llimlor and Kmest Dick went
In rrre Pralrlx hunting laat Fri
day, returning Tiifnidn) nlRht
BIG VALUES FOR MERRY XMAS
Ate HAPPY NEW YEAR
WE CAN LOOKRUWyCOV. WHO HAS DEALT
WITH US. STRAMHTVIW-TfiC FACE. WE HAVE
TREATED THEM! HONESTLY. WE HAVE GIVEN
QUALITY GOODS FOR AS LOW A PRICE AS QUAL
ITY MERCHANDISE CAN BE SOLD FOR.
. WE SHALL BID FOR YOUR TRADE NEXT YEAR
WITH THE SAME METHODS WE HAUE ALWAYS
WE THANK OUR OLD CUSTOMERS FOR THE
BUSINESS THEY HAVE GIVEN US. WE INVITE
THOSE WHO HAUE NOT GIVEN JJS THEIR TRADE,
fj TO TRY OUR ST.0RE. 4 '
R. H. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY'
TabEARN'kTHJD . VJrSCE L Si?
A. M. Lara and B. V. Vrd hnvo
formod a partnunthlp nnd will edgago
In n Konornl coininUalon buklnoia.
Tho reoont cold weather has form
od Ico on tho rlvor near Plnelyn park
auRlclontly thick to permit akatlnic.
Mli Taylor loft Monday to viilt
hor alitor In Kuboiio. Sho uzpocta o
return Immcdlntoly after tho holi
day. II. J. MorKctiitcrn, butter rnnker
nt tho local creamery, tins gono to hla
homo at Lake, Oregon, for a few
OeorRo Mllllcan camo In from his
ranch nt Mllllcnn Inst week to Join
Mrs. Mllllcnn here. They roturnod
' U. HajLBinltlr9ofHcdrnond wna hero
on Uaturtlny In-nttondniico an n meat-
ItiK of tho director of tho Water
Tho Subscription Club hold 'is
monthly dauco at Snthor'n hall Sat
urdny iiIkIiI. Mm. MnoLnurln nnd Joo
. McKay furnishing tho music;
II. C. Kills nnd C. B. Ifenson return
ed on Thursday from Portland where
thoy had been called to testify In a
' olvll unit In the Federal court.
George Vnndevort has taken MIm
Taylor's place teaching the olgthh
grade during tbo week, while tho Ut
ter Is visiting hor slater In Hugeno.
Mr. and 'Mrs. II. II. Do Armond
moved ou Bnturdny from tho May
apartments to the Forbes houso on
tlio corner of Eighth and Oreonwood
Klmor Ward, who ban been vlslttiit;
his' father In Centrnlln, Wash., re
turned Sunday morning. Mrs. Ward
oxpfcta to return In about two weeks.
Tho sum of 191.25 was taken m
nt tho Hebekah bonelU for tho family
of Ii. C. Fleming last week. After
deducting axuopsca $77. CO was clear
Gvnoral manager W. D. Scott 'if
tho Oregon Trunk with Superintend
ent Uralnard and other officials cann
In on ft special train last night, golna
or again tola morning.
Olenn Slack was In town Saturday,
A. 0. Wnlkor ot Alfalfa spent Mon
F, II. Plnkstaff was up from Laid
law on t riuay,
Tho Urldgo Club moots at Mm.
Pr'nglo'a on Saturday.
O. W. Snyder of Laldlaw waa shop
ping hero on Saturday.
J. W. Jones ot Drothqra camo In
last weok for supplies.
A. It. French roturned on Monday
front a trip to Portland.
H. M. Lara Is oxpected to return
soon from his trip cast.
Ted Iloka haa boon working nt Tho
nullotln olllco this wook.
M. L. Morrltt goos to Portland to
night for a wook on buslnoss.
N. II. EllloU of Torrebonno was in
town on Friday on buslnoss.
Miss Hleth oxpecta to go to Soattlo
on Friday to Bpond tho holidays.
"W. J. Sproat roturned Monday
morning from a visit In tho onut.
" K. 0. McCook of Mllllcan valley
spent Monday nnd Tuesday horo.
Dr. U. C. Cqo wopt! 1'ortlnnd cm
business last wook. returning Sunday.
Tho Urldgo Club mot' at tho' resi
dence of Mrs. A. M. Lara on Friday.
Iiurton. Onoy enmo down from tho
Dig Klvor Ilaugoivjitatlo.iwMonday
iig,ht ? " "
Mre. Aim u. uiucan camo in irom
Mllllcnn tor a fow days stay .laat
Bee BkuBo Hardware Company for
Christmas gifts. Adv. UU
ftSAsk your grocer: 'for1 Dosohtatis
Bprtty Fiourr-Aav. am
Here are assembled useful and appropriate gilts
in great variety for every member of the family.
Snappy now neckwear. Individually boxed
co, an, 7 cw.
Others at 2, BO Ct.
Motor ScnrfB f l.oo, 9::0
Ireland's QUarnntbed Olovcs, Cnpo and
Moohfl, per Pair $1.50, 2.00
Suspcndorn In Individual boxes Q ... .no Ct.
Linen and Llnwcave 10 to 2.1 Cts.
Initial Handkerchiefs, 3 In box, per box
Silk Hosiery, 2 In box por box 91.00
Also Hlilrts, Pajamas, Uowus, Ilathrobw,
Felt and Leathor Slippers, Collar Hags, Mili
tary Ilrushvs, otc.
Gifts for Ladies
Silk Hosiery nt, por pair 91.00, 910
Fibro 811k Hosiery, per pair so Ct.
Gloves Olnco, Mocha and Cape, Ireland'
Guaranteed Quality, por pair. . .91.50, $2
Felt Slippers, per pair 73c, 91.23, 91.no
Hand Dags 91.23 to 90.00 Kacli
Pandora Party Hoxes 9I23, 91X.0
PAUISIAN IVOIIV N0VKLTIB8
Shlrls,IlIousos, Suspenders, Shoes, Hosiery,
Hnndkerchlefs, Suits, Macklaaws, Overcoats,
Drums, Guns, Tops,
Dolls In an endless Variety No Matter
What Prtcn Vou Wish to Pay You'll Find
Our Selection Complete In ovory Detail At
prices lower than Elsewhere Kid Dody
Dressed Dolls, Dolls from Germany and Amer
ica, from fie to 9:1.00 Kncli
STOP AND SHOP AT j-
Clark Hhodes, L. Furst and II. W.
Skuse went duck hunting up rlvor
Frank Mcsscngalo camo In from
Mllllcan last week on his way to Cal
A. M. Lara, who" haa been fn Port
land for tbo last week, returned Jn
Tho Misses Lorcnco will return to
tholr homo In Kugcno on Friday for
Wm. A. Daltlcl, deputy labor com
missioner and factory Inspector Is In
A small circular ot postal infor
mation la being glvon away at the lo
cal .post ofllco.
Mrs. M. E. Forgey enmo" In from
her Mllllcnn volley homestead on bus
iness Inst weok.
J. P. Koycs wont to Soattlo on bus
iness Wednesday night, returning on
Coasting tins bcon enjoyed by n
number of tho young poopio on Mo
Kay's hill recently.
Mrs. H. W. Skuse left an Monday
night for Portland where she will
spend the holidays.
Mrs. MaeLaurln went out to hor
homestead Monday morning, return
ing Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Uattes, Mrs. De Armond and
Mrs. Arnold took dinner with Mrs.
Suttong on Thursday.
Tho Short 8tory Club will hold Ht
weekly meeting nt tho resldcnco f
Mrs. J. P. Koyes tonight.
O. Lnurgaard of tho Tunialo Pro
Ject camo up from Laldlaw on busi
ness Saturday afternoon.
E. F. Hatton, formerly of Ilcnd.
now a resident of Hood lUvor, took a
number of prlxcs at tho poultry show
In Portland recently.
Tbo nnnual monllntr nf tho Crenni. 9
ery Association will be held at tho'
creamery on Saturday at 1 o'clock.
A. n. Hicks la running the cream
ery during tbo absence of II. J. Mor
genstern, the regular butter maker.
Tho ladles of the Methodist church
held a plo social In the old Trlplett
building on Friday night.
Mrs. Pert Sbuey has received word
of tho death of her father at hla
homo In Elk City, Kansas.
T. II. Foley, H. J. overturt and J.
n. Godfrey went to Crane Prairie
duck bunting on Saturday.
L. D. Mlsener has traded his Bond
property for a dry goods, shoe nnd
notion store In Tacomn, Wash.
Kenneth Minor, who has been 1
working with the U. S. Reclamation
Service, returned to Ilond last week.
II. II. Do Arman: returned on Fri
day from Prlnovillo where he had
been In attendnnce on tho Circuit
A. L. De--y, who went to Portland
with a load of hogs for the Stanley
Itaneh Company, last week, returned
A. T. Shaver enmo In from MUM-)
can Sunday. He reports that water
waa struck In the Alwyn Lee well at
The First National Hank has put
up a small sign In tbo bank Indicat
ing Its membership In tho Federal
Fresh and Pure
Don't forget your Xmas haircut,
cigars, candy, nuts, tobacco, otc. The
Metropolitan. Adv. 41tf
Sco Skuso Hardware Company far
Christmas gifts. Adv. -tltt
Uso Truo Illuo Flour! It Is the
best made and a Ueud product.
Adv. 37 If
Special prices on 20 lb.
lots and above to
and others. The kind you
had last year. Remember
how good it was.
The Cash Grocer
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Buyyolir HolidayGoodies)an,d Staple GrocejileSTjere and get the best. Remember
this: If we have it it's good it's good if we have it. We. deliver anywhere? in town, -
Hardware, Stoves, J ' A A I llJLlfjI I fakements,
Ranges. Tinware. I M I ,AI .If WiipJ 1 WaKfe'ftuggies,
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