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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1915)
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AJiihlnB tliKt is servtcenbl'nou.nd,'nnd linlter broke.
All colors go. Ages, 5 years and up. 9fi0 pounds and up.
l'KiqfcSfKJKttl $00 (o 812.1.
The ltnyiTM nrc Xow in tlio Kleld.
This will probnfily be the last inspection In this ter
ritory for some time as wo" liavo orders for 10,000 head
and expect to take anything that Is servlceably Bound.
Inquire of L. A. Wright or J. B. Miner
LOCAL NEWS ITEA1S
A. J. Krocncrt made a trip to Cul
ver on Monday.
P. I). Johnson wag in from. Mllll
can on Monday.
J. I. West has bcenjiero from Tlio
Dalles this week. v
II. II. Do Armond went to Culver
on business yesterday.
J. A. nnd C. V. Cooper of Culver
spent Sunday In Bond.'
J. P. Keyed went to Portland on
business Sunday bight.
A, L. French loft Sunday night on
a business trip to Portland. -
Holph llartlct Is Hultdliig an addi
tion on the rear of his house.
Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Dodcll passed
through Demi last Thursday from
Make the Man
But it Goes a Long Way
AVo run ilrcsM jou mill Milt you In any model or pat
tern that Milts your taste, mill do It reasonably. We ruler
to no npoclnl class of trade. We mo to It that ewrjono
is milled to Ids dclrc.
Our Hue of winter HalmaraaiiH, (hereout, KiiIIh and
MaekliuiUH Is tliu hot hi town. There me Millies in tbein
, , , - i
that will appeal o )ou.
How iilHiut a new lint? We oiu show ymi any sliupo
or color In tlio Intent st)les.
Wo - lit talk clothe to jou nnytliiie, mid satisfy jou
that no liavo Imrgiilns that nro attractive.
A. L FRENCH
MUX'S Fl llNISIIINilS.
Goes a long way in the groeery buslnew. Wo liavo
conlldenco that you will be sntlsflcd with whatever loaves
our shelves, and you have roason to liavo confidence In
us to deal you only the bent on the grocery market.
WK WAXT R.mSI'lim (.TSTOJIUIIS.
Iietter values in serviceable clothes for worklnginen
Just added to our stock are awaiting your Inspection.
The Cash Grocer
t .i unnciKlt KITflirX CIUM"r has Ikhmi found
mate on tho vast numU;r f Me u Uke WI . Th
Hoosler will help you minim them. It l iH.ri.uino.il
us talk over our propoitlop with you xl"
Elf THOMPSON, The Furniture Man
CREDIT IF YOU PWW-
Henry Montgomery, a merchant of
iMnevllle, was In Bend last Thursday
Mrs. C. D. Drown has accepted a
position with tho 11. M. Smith Cloth
Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Wallaco and
Mrs. C. J-. Mock were up from Tum-
alo on Monday.
Joo McKay and Don Mcl.aurln re
turned Friday night from a brief trip
to San Francisco.
Theodoro Auno made a trip to tho
grading enmp below Robinson's
brldgo on Sunday,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrry K, Drooks re
turned from their trip to Portland
The wooden buildings on Oregon
street Bcorched by tho Bend Hotel
llro aro being repainted.
F. J. Alex Mayer, a well known In
surance man of Portland, was in
Dond on business Monday.
K. L. Clark, of the I. a Pino Supply
Company of La Pino was a business
.visitor in ilend Saturday.
Members of tho Eastern Star lodge
went to Redmond Wednesday night
to establish a lodge there.
Mr. and MrB. II. II. Do Armond
wont to Portland Friday night, re
turning Monday morning.
The anunl business mooting of tho
Impost church will be held this even
lug nt tho church at 7:30.
. Mrs. M, Kotzmcn and daughters,
Thclnin and Oracle, left for Portland
Sunday night to visit relatives.
13. K. Kcndcrson and Frank K.
Chillis were business visitors In Iicnd
InBt Thursday from Sliver Lake.
Rolla J. Hunt of Portland arrived
on Sunday to make flnnl proof on his
dltcn land before Commissioner GUIs,
frs. Ada H. Mllllcan canto In from
tho ranch on Thursday on her way to
tho Crook County Fair at Prlnovlllo.
County Commissioner Overturf Is
In Prlnovlllo this week attending nn
adjourned session of tho county
Tho Juniper treo standing near the
corner of Tlio Hend Company build
ing on Wall street was cut down yos
terday. Robert J. Oould, tho young son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. Gould, was
christened by Bishop Paddock on
T. K. Roberts, who recently return
ed to town, linn taken a position iih
mill wrlght with tho lirooks-Scnulou
Mrs, J. P. Keyes gnvo a largoly at
tqndod reception on Thursday after
noon In honor of her iileco, Mrs.
Hnrry K. Brooks.
J. P. Keyes, Edward Brooks and
S. A. Blakeloy returned on Saturday
from their trip to Klamath Falls and
Ted Hoko reports that his mother,
Mrs. Nellie (lllib, Is at present In
Honolulu whero sho contemplates
opening n largo hotel.
F, L. Allen, conductor on the Ore
gon Trunk, has moved his family to
his new residence completed this
week In Center addition.
R. M. Moo.ro, timekeeper for tho
Shevllu-lllxon Company, mndo n bus
iness trip to Portland Saturday night,
(returning Monday morning.
The teachers of tho Bond nubile
'schools left by nutomobllo Monday
morninc to nttond tho Crook County
Institute being held nt Prlnovlllo this
Howard Palmer nnd M. A. Pnlmer
plnn to leavo on Monday night for
Portland whero they will attend tho
annual meeting of tho Knights of
J. I. West, of Tho Dalles, Is visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. Elinor Ward.
Mrs. -Ward's sister, Mrs. Kvn Mur
gos3, of Olnsgow, Montana, s also
visiting her this week.
C. A Bengston, of Dry T.nko, It, 'n
town this wook on business, Mr.
BengBtnn plans opening an auto tiro
shop on tho corner of Bond stroot
and Greenwood avenue.
E. M. Oallenkamp, n druggist of
Washington, Missouri, was in Bend
Tuesday and left Wednesday for
Viewpoint whoro ho will visit with
his two sons for sevornl weeks.
Karl Houston returned Inst Friday
from Portland whero ho wns with his
wlfo at tho tlmo of her operation at
tho Portland General Hospltnl. Mr,
Houston reports his wife an much Im
B. 13. Davis of Mllllcan, came to
town wuu ins luiiiuy un .Muimuy ami i
will in like hts homo huro this winter. I
Mr. Davis has bought a lot on Aub
rey Heights nnd will probably build
Thero will bo a mooting of tho
Bond Pnrent-Toachor Association at
four o'clock on tho afternoon c
Thursday, October n, nt tlio com
mercial Club rooms. All Interested
aro invited to attend.
Flotchqr Kdwards roturnod to
Ilend from Florence, Oregon, on Frl
day, traveling overland. Mr. Kdwards
reports ho passed a number of teams
bound for Bend, attracted by the
present development here.
Elva K. Varco of Brothors nnd Miss
Laura 10. Bishop of Imperial wero
married on Friday nt tho Presbyter
Ian parsonage by the Rev. II. C.
Hartranft. Only the parents of the
bride and the groom wero present
Announcement has been made of
the appointment of'John T. Whlstlor,
of Portland, as American consulting
engineer to tho International Joint
CommlKBlon which Is adjusting dis
putes over waterways along tho Can
adian border,, Mr. Whistler Ih well
known in Bend, having been consult.
Ing engineer for the Bend Water
Light & Power Co., and later In
charge of tho work of the Deschutos
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Street of La
Pine left Bend Monday night for
Wltchlta, Kansas, to visit during the
winter. Mrs. M. Hilton, who has
been visiting nor parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Street, for the last three weeks,
at La Pine accompanied them as far
as Portland. From Portland Mrs,
Hilton, will go to San Francisco and
will sail from there to 8hangb.nl,
China, where she will teacb In one of
the large denominational schools this
Thero w.111 bo no meeting of thd
Commercial Club next Saturday.
A. M. Prlnglo has been confined to '
his room several days of this weckj
with an attack of grippe.
Myron Symons roturncd Friday
from Seattle whero ho went on busi
ness connected with his Jewelry store.
A son wns born this morning to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hay Boardman who
live , about thrco miles south of
D. A. Stover, assistant cashier of
tho First Nntiounl Bank, returned on
Tuesday night from a week's busi
ness trip to Portland.
Ashley Forrest left Tuesday morn
ing for Prlnovlllo whero ho will hnvo
charge of the band nuslc nt the
Crook County Fair this Week.
Mrs. A. M. Lara loft for Prlnovllle
Titosuny morning whero siio will hrtvo
chnrgo of tho display of tho New
Bend Flour Mill Company nt the
Crook county fair.
Word comes from Prlnovlllo that
tho Indies annex of tho Prlnovlllo
Commercial Club will keep open
houso at the club during tho county
fair and all visiting ladles aro Invited
to use the facilities of tho annex dur
ing their stay.
More than 40 membors of tho
iMothddlet church gnthorod last Frl-
.day (plght at tho homo bf Mr. nnd
mtb. v.. m. niompson ai n reception
given by tho Methodist Ladles Aid
to welcome tho Rev. Franklin W.
Kcngy, pastor of the Methodist
church and family to Bend. The
ovonlng wob spent In vnrlous amuse
ments. Short' talks were given by
several of tho ministers of the Bend
One of tho quickest shipments
from San Francisco recorded at the
local olllco of tho Oregon Trunk wns
that mudo this week to tho Bend
Hnrdworo Company. Two car loads
of steel left San Francisco on tho
Htenmor Pnlnco of tho Paclllc, on tho
morning of September .10. Tho enr
go was unloaded at Flavel on tho
morning of October 1, rolondcd on
cars and arrived In Bend on the
morning of October 3.
' 'Jf'l' jT
A Coat That's
Good at a
This is one of our coats
with the "Palmer Garment"
Label. That label means
li i K h quality throughout.
Made of laney blue or brown
coating, patch pockets, velvet
trimmed. Ages i to !!, at.
If you lllco a good healthy laugh
sco Airs. Wiggs of tho Cahbago Patch
next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
nights nt tho Bend Theatre. Tho
film Is replcto with good humor.-AiJv
Mm. Harold Hopkins, graduate of
Albany Conservatory of Muslr, Htu
dent nt American Conservatory of
Maslr, Chicago, will tnko pupils In
voice. Work with Mrs. HopkliiH will
bo accredited nt tlio high school.
Tho moderate building restrictions
on Boulevard Addition will mnko ll
tho dcslrablo placo to own n lot. Adv.
See Kdwards for good houso paint
For your nlco homo buy a lot in
Boulovnrd Addition. Adv.
Truo Blue Flour has boon n larger
soller than nny month before. Tho
whiteness, purity, .excellence and tho
acinar of good milling makes It n
A SHIPMENT OF I'KKtill
Will nrrlvo In I lend leteii
October 5 anil II). To you
fnim the orcliardlst.
Apples, per box IM.U.1
Or, per Kit) lbs W.7.1
Prune, r liu. . , 1M.!I.1
('reeii Toiuatoe, mr Itii.. JSl.ii.1
Fresh fJcrnian-Aitierlnui ColTcu
Tho ACOOMMODATINfl Orocer
A' " ' ' ' vTl X
T i i?ir ' Jwfiir
II you Mill bting the little gill line we lislieve
we cm ihow you the eitct cot you want,
-We have just unpacked
several new Ladies Coats and
Suits. See them 1
--SWEATER COATS in a wide variety of styles,
weaves and colorings, for men and women. The
prices will please each represents the utmost in
value and a saving to you if M OC in (JJQ ff
purchased here. Priced at pl.d iy PO.UU
-BOYS! A new line of KAYNEE Blouse and
Shirts awaits your inspection 50c and $1.00
STOP AND SHOP
Satiiiaction With Every Purcliaie
Pool and bllllnrds nt tho Metro Uso Sclf-Ralslng Deschutes Pan
pnlltnn. Just tho thing for n little I enko Hour. It Is nlwayti fresh and n
relaxation In tho evening. Adv. tf. I homo product. Adv.
Buy More for Less
Wc have opened a big line of staples
in groceries and can offer you more for
less money. We have new and stan
dard lines of groceries carried by no
others in town. We will be glad to put
them up for your approval, We also
can quote you economy prices in shelf
H. E.. BAKER
Wall Street, Near Ol.fo
JUST AS CHEAP
MADE TO ORDER
Firit Showing Fll nJ Winlr Stmplci
Dick TEb Tailor
Cleaning anJ Preiung Sfcully
If you want A No.
E. A. SATHER
AT THO NBW MEAT
Gilbert & Son
Thi. winter by buy.ntf a ZENITH AIR-TIGHT
HEATER. A qni'ck and iteaJy lieat.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.