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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1915)
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J Zt Knickerboclcers and
FOU have had a touch of chilly weather and the time
is now ripe for you to purchase your wearing apparel for late Fall
and Winter. You can obtain values by doing so now. Our goods are
direct from Eastern Houses and are right up-td-date in style. This will
be a good week for you to shop. Do it with us.
9X11 Foot Axminster--
Latest Shades and Patterns
for Fall and Winter
$2.00 and $3.00
Values in Blankets
' COTTON BLANKETS
75c to $2.25 Per Pair
$4.00 to $11.00 Per Pair
$1.50 to $3.00 a Piece
For Men ... 30c per pair
For Women, 1 5c to 50c pair
For Childre n , 15c to 25c pair
A Brand that Will
Last, you LONGER
? v Arrow Shirts
to our customers
because we would
rather have per
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L2CLOV- -ljT r
In staple colors in all weights and
grades. Standard brands. Priced at
' V'tt 'Grand Decks,'
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up to $3
$1.00 to $3.00
IN THE LATEST
The R. I
Are good .shirts they'll
stand wear as well as wash
ing and they come in so
many good patterns that
we are sure to be able to
81,50 and up
R. M. Smith Clothing Co.
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Till i picture, liken from the root of thu planer shed oft ho Stievllti-1 Itxoti plant, shows portions of thu Urooks-Scanlon and tlio Shevlln-IIIxon
plnniri ha fulliiwri at tho extreme lot , Hliovlln-Illxou olllcc building, next It, logging pond drm and bridge, atiovo dnin, Urooks-Scanlon caw mill
iiiiiiIhi coiiHtriirtlitn), buck of mill, clourlng for lumber ard, In ftttit, DcHchutos river with log booms In plac. Upper right hand corner, Shov-Ilii-llUtm
t..iw mill, ruuuliitf from mil toward cotiter of plcttiro, cortlng ehud, at loft and off end of uortfng shed, power houeo (unfinished), fore
Krouiid, j!0 dry kilnn, (iniilcr coiiHtnictlon), To rlRht of olllce nnd below dnm may bo ueeir eurclno on logging rond.
HAS COMMISSION AUTHORITY?
ed to tnko no acUon oa tho Laurgaard' If tlio tires aro In first-class con
I'lihllc hcivlio IhMl) Will Scllltt ('. O.
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BAI.1CM. Nov lit Tho ijtloii
uf Mhttlbwr tho hlalo publlr rlcn
MOrambMliiii h:iH Jiulmlltftlou (er lr
rlgutlou oimp.inlttH will m ilwiliUil
iHtforH lung Tha commlMloii ban
nnetlaally wimplelud wrrwiiUHWcntx
for pitwiMHlliK thut Mill doltMltely
MttU tb mitltHr Mom) thus ago
Mtur imam of th (Vntral Oregon
Iriluntliiii Ooiiihui)'m projoet com
pUlBHtl U tliw eoiumlMloii tht the
atHlHiiiy wiui not giving nduUMt;
Mivlott nml Unit It Hint uot ketiptugi
It oIh In khupa to provide for,
iutnrtt newt. Altitriitty (Unurul'
Intiwn gv the rommliebiu a rlml
Mlnlwi that It bil JurUdlctlim auit
ktepo ' w Iwlnc taken to uuert
The iiintter eHH up at a Hiotttlng
of the Klixtu l)cnrt ltud Ituard )m
tardny aflrunnn wiun Central Ore
I0M Irrlnatlun projurl reoraauttatlun
MbtHi. bioaebed by KuRlueor O
liturMuard. who luokml ntttir the i'ou
aitruetlou of tho Tomato piojoet for
Um Mtiite. eaiuo up K) anid no ou
)md nHkml Uuirgaard ti prupoo tho
idnn and be thought tho ltrt Land
IJUturd hould net taku any untlcu of
It until illhor tho water usnra or the
company auggWid It. It a doeld.
I'ltH-aulloiiH Suggested for Mot(iritH
Who mo t'liifful.
Winter Is coming' What uro you
going to do with your car
i:try motorlHt vhould know that
unlem he imya particular intention
to tbw uuy ho Ktort hU car or tho
manner la which h uiua It during
the winter montha, h will Incur a
Urge ropair oxpunHo bill
Tho manufacturers of Diamond
Tire wish to make a few recommen
dations to motorists, believing that
If they know how to proper tnki
care of the car u'ld Its equlpine- t
the) will get better serlco and tmt
UfHfttun from tho Diamond products
which thoy nro using
TIiohu motorlsta who do not drixo
tlielr cant during the winter mouths,
sbnulcl lio nr cnreful to storo tho
ear pnperl. The wheels slnuld bo
JacktHl up ami blocks set under tho
axles to prount tho car from slip
ping. When Jacked up the tires
should ho removed washed carefully
ami If the trendo or sldo walls nro cut
the) should bo repaired before stor
ing. Tho winter months offer an ex
oellent opportunity to tho motorist
to get his enr In good shape tor the
dltlon thoy should bo wrnppod In
dark paper which will pretuut light
from getting to them and then star
ed whero thoro Is no danger of freez
ing. Heat, light, and cold aro all
enomloa of rubber and tho motorist
who doca not tnko this precaution
with his tiro equipment will find that
his tires has deteriorated during the
Tho car should bo gono over care
fully cleaned, grenso taken out of
tho gears, thoy should bo ropneked
and special caro taken to drain the
radiator. If this Is not dono there
will bo danger of freezing. I.envo
tho pet cocks under the radiator nnd
Another thing which you may not
romomber to do Is to put up tho top.
If It romnlus down the cntlro winter
It will set In cronses nnd If It b
I stretched tight It will keep In good
With tho aid of theso fo sugges
tions on will ho nhlo to keep your
car in first class shapo through the
winter months, so that It will be in
good Bervlceahlo shapo when warm
spring dnjs dry up the roads and you
nro ready to uso your automobile
ngnln. A stitch in time now will save
dollars next spring. Adv
1'II.OT llL'TTi: IIOTKIa,
WHEJJ IN I1END MAKE THIS HOTEL VOUIl HOTEL. IN' THK
HEART OP THE CITY. FOR COMFOItT AND CONVEN
IENCE. FIIEE AUTO HUS MEETS ALL TRAINS.
Headquarters for auto transportation to
all Interior points. American
and European plans.
IUtes re"""'10- J. I TAGGAIIT, Proprietor.
Will Insure You
of having them as gifts ON TIME.
W e are specially prepared this year
to accommodate you in the latest
holiday folders in the most unique
and appropriate designs.
WE CAN SERVE YOU DAY
OR NIGHT, having installed the
latest model in STUDIO LAMPS.
The best may be obtained bv ofderi
nig at the earliest possible date.
Mrs.H. J.Todd will assist in the studiq
TODD & 5YMONS '