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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1915)
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Reed and Horton
Till: PATTERSON RRCO CO.
Wo liave the following oxoluslve Hum to odor you at
Eastman Kodak Supplier. ' '''
EdNon riionogrniihs and Records.
Vlctiolai and Victor Records.
Mbby Cut Glass.
Community Sllvor Ware.
Rcxnll Toilet and Family Preparations. Each article sold
on an absoluto guarantee jnf satisfaction, Wo linvo a
Modern Drug Store. Wo glvo yd'u the best of service.
Wo BpecIIIzo on .ottr Doctor's Piescilptlonx which nro
niled only by a registered PliariuncUt. Wo deslro tho
pleasure of sorvlng you and can supply your wants on
everything sold In an up to date Drug Store.
The 3feg Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. Floyd Dement Is In Portland.
W. D. Cheney arrived from Scattlo
W. N. Hay was up from Tumalo
13. 11. Maun of La Pino was In town
J. P. Koycs went,to Portland on
business Monday; . .
tTlio Gilbert market Is now making
O. W. Snyder of Tumalo was In
town on Saturday.
F. II. Plnkstaff of Tumalo, was up
on business Saturday.
Allen WHIcoxon was in from Pow
ell Dutto on Monday.
TK II. Foley went to Portland on
business Friday night.
Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Rhodes
on Friday, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. -Wallace wcro
up from Tumalo Monday. " "
II. J. Overturf went to Portland
Friday night on business.
W. Scott of Fort Uock was n busl
ncsB caller In Dcnd Saturday.
A. II. Gortsoti of Slimmer Lake was
in Pond on business last Thursday.
Joo McKay left Monday night for
Portland whoro ho expects to reside.
Mrs. Ktholyu Stetson of Prlngle
Flats camu In on Saturday for a short
Mr. and Mrs. i:. N. Strong fo Port
land, Oregon aro spending u few days
Mrs. Itoscoo W. Fawcctt, of PoFt
land Is visiting friends In Dcnd this
Thero will bo n plo social gfven nt
tho Arnold school on tho evening of
James A. Uurgcss, register of tho
U. S. Laud Olllco at Lakovlew, was
In Ucnd Sunday.
The Episcopal Guild wilt meet noxt
Tuesday aftornoon with Mrs. Clar
ence Mannheimor. '
Regular deliveries arc now being
made from tho O'Donneirmarkot at
9:30 and 3 o'clock.
Mrs. II. J. Ovorturf entertained a
few friends In honor of Mrs. G. P.
Putnam on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. 10 .12. McDonald of
HemldJI, Minn., spent Saturday hero
visiting Carl A. Johnson.
II. Latham returned Monday morn
ing from Portland where ho hrd been
on business for sovcral days previous.
C. S. Hudson went "to "Portland' on
Friday night, returning Monday
morning. Mrs. Hudson accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Ulnli V. Poludoxtor
returned from Portland on Monday
morning whoro they visited last
Fred N. Wnllaco of Tumalo, sec
retory of tho Oregon Irrigation Con
gress, was up on business connected
with tho congresn Saturday.
,rtTho California Jubilee, Singers will
appear nt the Presbyterian church
Friday ovenlng, November 18 In' a
Goorgo S. Young' came In from the
Suttles lako project Saturday night,
returning to Grandvlow Monday
Johnny Welch, well known as tho
Unlvorslty of Oregon's star pitcher
last year was In Ucnd enrly 1Mb weok
on business. ,
Mrs. Jack Slanloy nnd Mrs. Harry
Skuso returned Monday morning
from Portland whoro they visited
friends Inst week.
J. Edward Larson returned to
Hend Thursday from Hums whore ho
has boon engaged In opening the now
Hums Steam Laundry.
The ladles of the Hdjitlst church
will glvo their annual turkey dinner
Thursdny evonlng, Deccmbor 2.
Plates will bo 50 cents each.
Mrs. G. P. Putnam ntiil hor son
David, arrived from Salem Thursday
morning to visit friends In Uend dur
ing Mr. Putnam's nbsenco In the
All mothers Interested In Camp
Flro Girls work nro ruged to meet
with Miss McKay at tho Commercial
Club room Thursday afternoon nt
Tho men of the Methodist church
will glvo n cafeteria dinner tonight
In the Commercial Club rooms. Tho
men will do nil the work In connec
tion with tho dinner.
Friends and members of tho Hap
tlst Women's Union will meet tomor
row nftcrnoon at tho homo of Mrs.
T. II. Foley. Members are reminded
of tho regular monthly business meet
ing. Earnest E. Taylor, national prohi
bition executive secretary for tho
Pacific northwest state?, will bpeak
on national prohibition nt tho Hap
tlst church tomorrow ovenlng at 8
Baptist church. Ulblo school 10
a. m. Prorchlng sorvlco 11 o'clock.
Young people's meeting 0:30 p. in.
Preaching srovlco 7:30. Prnyer
meeting Wednesday ovenlng 7:30.
E. G. Judd, pastor.
W. T. Anderson of Portland, dis
trict logging engineer in tho national
forest service was In Pond last week
and made several trips over tho Des
chutes forest with Supervisor M. L.
Merritt. Mr. Anderson returned to
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Are Linked Together Here ,
HIGH GRADE FALL COATS
Uhe palmer (Barnicnt
Buy now before our assortment fj
in iii-nl;rn I SrvIi'K ineltwle ill l v
(S? popular belted eHeets, fur trim- n J
...... I twine with Ihe New IHsh Vilxit CuHM. j."
IIICll. .MiHlrrnlcIv Kilcitl nt ... "
Children's Coats $4.00 to $7.50
Ooiy HO wi$
BUY FURS NOW
SETS, THROWS AND SEPARATE MUFFS
$1.(10 to $t)..0
A new line of nil linen Damasks Just received
beautiful patterns priced at
T.v, $1.(10, $i.7., $i.:in, 31.no
Napkins to match per doz $:Mo $1.7."
NIKPAN NAPKINS A mercerized napkin of
merit SOxJO, specially priced at a don. . . .$I.RO
DO YOU REST
WHEN YOU SLEEP?
Yon Will on, a
WAY'S SAGLESS SPRING
This Ways Bagless Spring Is guaranteed for 20 year.
If tho fabric stretches, eagi or breaks during that time
we will furnish tho user n new ono without charge. Way
Sagloss Spring Co., nia;.ufacturers.
8EH.SION WAS WELL ATTENDED.
Tho Initial sormon by Rov. II. O.
Hnrtranft In a series dealing with
tho trinl and death of Jesus Christ
attracted a largo attendance last
Sunday night at the, Presbyterian
church. Tho title of tho first sermon
wns "Hebrew Criminal. Law," Tho
second sormon lnotho series will bo
given next Sunday morning.
KTItUltLK FOUND RUIITV.
It, Strublo, chnrged with taking a
boo hlvo from tho promises of T. J.
Tweet, wns found guilty in Judge
Jas, A. Eastcs court Wcdncsdny af
tornoon nnd was given n sentence of
9b days In Jail. Tho sentonco wns
suspended by tho court upon tho con
dition of good bchrfvlor.
Tho Dcnd Ilullctln suggested to
their local Commercial Club that thoy
Invito Mr. Strnhorn to como to Hend
nnd toll of his plans, nnd what he do
tires In tho wny or co-oporntlon In
tho building of tho rnllroad through
Central Orogon, thus securing first
hand Information and gottlng on
common ground. Tho suggestion Is
n good orioVand while thoy aro nt It
lit tho local rnllroad get busy nnd
BPCotuMhciHond Invitation by Invlt
lug, Mr. StVahorn to Hums nnd thus
kill two birds with ono stone.
Crepe De Chien Waists
Tho popularity of our wnlsts lo duo to thcVx
ccptlonal values offered . . .Sii.7.", !js:i.."iO, $1.00
Comfoits- carded cotton sllkollno covered..
$1.7.1, $i.iio, $u.un, r-.no
Other comforts Al.'M anil $1.."(
All wool blankets iM.no to $10.75
Wool nnd cotton blankets $:1.7.1 to $il.7.T
Or ttcn blauketH
si, hi, '.", ki.:w, si. no, $1.1)0, s'j, $a. -j.n, .fii.no
Women acquainted with Queen Quality
Footwear know that in style and quality
they represent the aenie of perfection in
Shoe Making Art. $3.50, $3.75, $4.00,
$4.25, $4.50 thd pair. All materials are
represented Patent Leather, Gunmetal,
Viei and Sou) Kid.
A New Queen Quality Satin Party Slipper,
just received, priced at i
-TAMS, TOQUES, SCARES JUST RECEIVED
Sweaters for men $I.'J. to $(l.no
Swonters for ladles Sl.U.Vto $7..1()
Sweaters for boys and girls (l()c, (o $''.n)
fnfnnts Bwcators nt . . . .50c, 7."c, 85c, $1, 91, .til
Infants toques and hoods . . .'Joe, Jl.tc, noc, (l.tc.
HERE ARE SOME OP THE THINKS YOU NEED
Coopers Kenosha Klosed Krotch Union Sulla
at $1 lo $1
Heavy Wool Sox .Itft-, a.tr, 50c
Wilson HroH, outing gowns 75c, K.tc, $1.00
Flannel HhlrtH $I.U5 to V-.50
SI'ECIAIi 'Moii'b cot to.u ilanncl shlrtH lu gray
and brown whllo they last r.Oc
5 Z -
I ri with Etiy I
M T& l H 1'iiirh.u. I
L, C. Ilohorts, president of tho
Contra! Orogon Farmers Creamery,
calls attention to tho fact that an er
ror was mndo In last weok's Issuo or
Tho Ilullctln In tho roptr of tho price
paid at tho' local crcmory for butter
fat. According to Mr. RobortB tho
prlco has been from 23 to 24 cents
and not from 33 to 34 conts as stated.
Standard Price $9.00
All steel woven; occupant" m not roll together.
Wo carry tho most iomj.Iete lme
,n fintral Orrgnn In
KOON IN EVERETT.
Ray K. Koon. tho engineer In
charge of tho construction of llcnd's
snnltary sowor, Ih now making sur
veys and plans for tho now municipal
waterworks Rvstem to bo Installed nt
Evorott, Washington. A bond Ismio
of $1,700,000 wob rocontly voted bv
tha eltv for the ininxtsn. Mr. Koeti
wrllott to friend's In Rend. "The work
Is Interesting but 1 much prefer the
Ordgon-nt-of-thf-inoun tains cllniute
to th almost continual rain we havo
Wo aro glad at all tidies to fig to With you c-n furnltu.e
E. M. THOMPSON
the; furniture man
CREDIT IF YOU PREFER
JUST A3 CHEAP
MADE TO ORDER
Finl Showing FH nd Winttr Sm(lt
Dick TrTe Tailor
Cleaning nd Pmung I'Sprcitlly
iv. .1. fl. Tumor, formerly of
5M.owo & Turner, oyo special
ists, of Portlanu, will uo in
Uond ngaln Tuesday and Wednesday,
November 30 nnd December 1st, at
Thorsim's Jewelry store. No chnrgo
for consultation or oxnmlnntlon. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Adv.
DR. A. A. IIURRIS,
Dr. 'A. A. lliiirls, Naturopath,
wishes to announce to tho pocplo of
Hend and vicinity thnt ho hn return
oil to 'Uond for tho practice of his
profession nnd will bo glad to eo his
old friends nnd acquaintance1!.
Dr. IlurriB baa been practicing over
fifteen years and Iibh had splendid
success In tho treatment of almost all)
diseases of the humnn bodv. Ho Is
a gradnnto of tho Omaha Colloga of
OstoopoUiy, Tho Weltmor School of
Nevada, 'Mo., nn!l tho American Col
lego of Naturopathy of Now York.
Naturopathy IncludoB all Iho nntt
uray mothodn of healing, vlt: dstoo
pathy, "Chiropractic, Hydrotherapy,
Electro-thorapy, Swedish Massago,
Vibratory Massage, Magnetic Heal
Tho olllco equipment constats of
tho latest appliances for tho treat
ment of dlsenso, such ns tho HoU dry-hot-air
nppllnncu for tho trontmont
of paralyHlB, rhoumntUm, utlff Joints,
contracted muscles. Also Dr. Minims
Violet-Roy Thorapoutlc I.umw for In-
flnmatory conditions, tumoro, goi
tros, abno'rmal growths, etc., Hlw
trle HoatlnK Pmls. Electro Sweat
lllnnkets, strong Klectrlo Vibrator,
Dm-i It pay VOP to rlk jour Hfu
inil ImmRIi uilli it ibt'iip, Iiicvpcrleiic
cd in-HilllliM'cr. ulio lint IiikI pcrlm
only n few iiioiitliH1 liiklrui'tloii In ono
liraiicli of DriiKliw HkoIIiik, hIicii
you mil get th lienellt of llftetin
iiwi-h of 'in'i l-m-- In nil fornix of
iIIm-iim' ami metlioilN of ilruglefci.
Tho moderate liulldlnK restrictions I
on lloulevnrd Addition will niako It
tho deslrablo placo to own a lot. Adv.
See EdwardH for paper hanging.
nOOIIVEAR ROOTS AND
RliACIC REAR' .MAOKINAWH
( ARROW Ct)M.ARH
('API'S AI.UWOOli CM )TII US
IP .MEN WEAR IT, WE HAVE IT
Kli DORADO t'DERWEAU
R. M. ('.'ROCHET COTTON
EVERVTIIIN(J IN DREWS
IP Wll HAVE IT, WOMEN.
Member of Statu hihI National ,-MK-liitloii
Otrira at Rooms 2 and 3,
building, Hend. Oregon.
If you want the most practical, durable, and ec
onomical range, you should first look at a Maj
estic Malleable Range. It has features not con
tained in any other stove. Let us point out to
you where tho Majestic stands above others.
We are always pleased to show our goads.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
Royal Club, Fountain,
Prcforrcd Stock, Del Monte, Suhil lings
and Wiidco Canned d'oods
M. .1. II Coflee, Why I
Assorted Candies and Nuts.
Everything to Eat and Wear
E. A. SATHER