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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1915)
Til! HEX!) .HllLLETIN, HK,Nil,,,qnE WEIlXKSIA; l);c)(1Kll 1, ,ipi5.,
LET US BE YOUR '
OUR STp&ElS CROWDED WITH BEAUTIFUL
A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR
Hand 'Painted China
Cigars and Smokers' Sets
Xht moijf mnJtrul Intltumenl In
Supttfor to alt,
LIBBY CUT GLASS
Nothing mart UoullfuU
JjfE alto have a large assortment of Voilet Sets, Hand
Mirrors. German 'Dolls' and Uoys of every Jnd.
Perfumes, Toilet Waters, Pocket Knlccs, Box Candy. Let
us fill your orders for Christmas Candy and Nuts.
Reed and Horton
The Sfegggg, Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
It. D. Mooro was In Portland over
N. P, Welder has returned from
Victor Schrndcr of Holynt 1b In
E. M. Lnrn Ib confined to tho house
with grlppo today.
Dorn, on Monday to Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Catlow, a girl.
Harry Illley Ib In from La Pino to
day with his now truck.
Mrs. A. D. Morrill was In from
Powell Hutto yesterday.
V. N. Hay was up from Tumnlo
yesterday for a load of lumber.
A. J. Kroenort returned Monday
mornltiK from a trip to Portland.
S. M. Wood of Itcdmond wns a
business visitor lu Ucnd Thursday.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Halph
Spencer Monday morning, a daugh
ter. Emll J. Anderson of I.a Pino was
In llend on Saturday transacting bus
iness. Fletcher Edwards left Tuesday for
Florence, whero he will spend, tho
MrB. Hetty Coon of Tumnlo was
n guest of Mrs. S. Mcintosh over
Iftave H?oii ll'loticeb that
puffs' are Coming JBacrc
f i ? i ' ' n
Fashion iimgalncs Miy Hint pun's will be Horn mutt this wining
schmmi (linn eor liefoie. Wo liu n complete line of putts in
Mock from which to nuiUo mi emly helci-tlnii, 1'uIIk mo mho
to p tho rage this winter and the coming sptliiK
Drop in anil heo our Illicit supply f hulr foiln.
With Clirlotiiiiui tomliiK e limy liuio mhiu likely suggestions
for j on. , ,
Capps Wc Pure Wool Clothes
Wo want you to le MitMittl. If I'V chance you luue inailo
selcVtU ti.afis not entirely to juur llLi..K. hrliw It hack and
" 'ZZ'JulZ jouwho h Il.t - not entirely
kiUHi; UiuL' Inevitable juid rfly iwt.irul. If jou are
one ofti excepUouVjouUI Ikj gbd to reml tl.U lirrltullon.
You are ureiMl to Jet us hear from jou. We want ou to l
.VeLe. We don't t our pleasure over our l.iulneis !
Id by any ''""FtififfiT'
M Airs. F. K. Swan of Seattlo Is vis-
uing wiui ner sister .Mrs. J. (,
Khodcs. ( ,
Tumnlo visitors In' town Tuesday
wero Fred N. Wallace and J. N. 11.
Tlin Rntiiritnv lnpntlnir nt tlin f!nm.
j mercial Club' will be held at tho Pll-
j ot. uutte Hotel.
A chicken box social will be given
at the Arnold school on the evening
of Saturday, Dccembor 11. '
Mrs. a. P. Putnam entertained ,h
few friends nt n luncheon nt 'the
1 Cozy restaurant on Friday.
H. W, llayley, of La Grande, has
ncceptcd a clerical position- In the
II. M. Smith Clothing Company.
Tho pint of Illver Terrace will be
filed today with tho County Courl
which Is In session at Prlnevlile.
County Agriculturist Loett will
spenk nt the Orange hall Friday af
ternoon on rnbblt extermination,
Tho current Issuo of Tho Oregon
Country contains n picture of tho
North canal dam on tho front cover.
Tho First Nntlonnl Hank Is dis
tributing an attractive thermometer
calendar with n plcturo ot tho bank.
llnrry A. Wyso hns returned from
his Crescent homestead and will open
n cleaning shop In tho A. L. French
II. J. Hrldgcs and E. II. Utter nro
In town nmklng arrangements for n
demonstration of tho Hoynl gas pro
ducer.. It. H. Grimes of tho Pilot Uutte
ranch shipped a carload of high grndo
steers to tho Portland mnrkot on
The cafeteria dinner given by tho
men of tho Methodist church Inst
night In tho Commercial Club rooms
was woll patronized.
The regular business meeting of
tho Ladles Library Club will bo held
on Tuesday afternoon nt three o'clock
in tho library rooms.
A. Mcshcr of Portland, who Is In
terested with J. II. Corbett In Cas
cade addition, arrived last week for
a short stay on business.
Mrs. A. Lnttln of Pcntwater, Mich
igan, formerly, a resident of Ucnd,
arrived Thursday morning and Is n
gucBt of Mrs. A. L. Fronch.
Mr., and Mrs. J. Hnnsom arrived
last week from tho Willamette vnlley
to spend tho wlntor hero far tho ben
efit of Mr. UntiRom's health.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Snow, ot Ilethel,
linncsotn, arrived recently to spond
itho winter here. Mr. Snow Is nn undo
of Mrs. Itnlph Specer and II. J. Mc-
Georgo Golgcr, who formorly Hvod
with hls'chlldren nenr Tho llend Co.
lumber ynrd, hns been In from Dry
Lnko 'for' hlB winter supplies this
Windows of tho First National
Hank havo been lettered with tho
wording to show thnt It Ib a depos
itary of United States postnl snvlngs
Tho Presbyterian Guild will hold
Us annual snlo of fancy articles nnd
homo pooklng at tho Commercial
Clli rooms Saturday nftornoon, De
A news joport In tho Oregonlnn
from Washington Btatcs that a pen
sion hns been granted to Georgo M.
GrlmcB of llend, the amount being
$8 per month,'
V. V. Hnrpham, deputy forest sup
ervisor ot; tho Deschutes National
Forest rotiirnnd , Monday morning
frijm a trliijtd Portland, whore ho
Mrs. G P Putnum, who has been
visiting friends In Ilond during her
husband's nbseuce In tho east, left
for Salem Monday night. Mr. Put
nam Is expected to roturn to Salem
Miss Lllllnn Vrcdt, a toncber In
tho Portland public schools, who wns
cnllod to llend Inst Thurrdny on ac
count of the death of hor father. Joh'n
Vredt, returned to her home Frlduy
Torkel Twcot, who has boon visit
ing his brother Thomas, left Inst
week on his return to his home In
Liberty, Washington. Hoforo the re
cent visit tho brothers had not met
for 42 years.
Samuol T. .Morris nnd Nina Pearl
Murphy wero married at the home
of the bride In Iirch addition on
Thursday by Hev. II, C. Hartrnnft.
Tho Immodlatu fnmlly and, n few
friends were present.
Two dozen mountain quail were
received by Game Warden McKay on
Friday from tho state game farm at
,Coivnllls. bne dozen Voro placed on
the Hayley ranch nt Tiitnnlo nnd the
rest oil the 36nes Tnii'dli east of tow n.
W. D. Cheney left for Seattlo last
Martin Knutecu, of tho Hsnd Hard
ware Co., Is sick.
Rye and Grnhnm (lour manufactur
ed ln'an old fashioned French 'Hnhr
mill.' ' Its purity Is unexcollcd. Adv.
TO C31V15 CHRISTMAS TIIM?. "
, Tjhq question of 'u community
Qhrlstmns tree for Ucnd vhlch- wns
brought up at the Commerolnl Club
meeting on Saturday by C. E. Short,
YjHf)) discussed at a nleetlnfi to bo
heldoulght In tho Commercial Club
ruoniw Attendance is urged from tho
different lodges, tho diurchos, tho
library club aud all others Interested
In tho ocut. The committee, as so
far appointed by President Kejes
consists of Mr. Short und A. C, Fgnu.
WAT15R fSHHS .MHHT.
At the meeting ct tlio Water UBers
ABSuclatlou of tho C. O, 1. Co., held
this afternoon tho question of rins
ing funds foi procccutlng tho om
plnlnt beforo tho Utilities Commis
sion was tin chief business under dis
cission, About 3U liiumbers ot thu
association wero In nttsndnnca nnd
It wns voted thnt committees bo np
pointed to solicit funds from ccttlers
on tho segicgatlon.
HL'lrSOX TO SPEAK.
C. S. Hudson hns been notified
through George E. 'Hardy, mnnnger
ot tho Portland Chamber of Com
merce, that hq Iuib been chosen ono
of tho spenkers nt tho Fifth Annual
Irrigation Congress to ho held In
Portland, December 28, 20 nnd 30.
Mr. Hudson will rcBpond to tho nd
dress of welcome by Mnyor Albeo of
Huy your Xmns candy nt American
Hakery. Special prices mndo Adv.
Services next Sundny ns follows:
Sundny school nt 10 n. m. Preach
ing ntnLl a. m. Preaching nt 7:30
p. in. At tho evening service, tho
third, sermon In tho scries on "Tho
Lngnllty ot tho Trial of Jesus" will
bo preached from tho theme: "The
Arrest of Jcsiib." Mrs. II. L. Hop
kins will sing nt tho ovcnlng ser
vice A cordlnl welcome Is extended
to tho public. II. C. Ilnrtrnurt, pns-tor.
Illblo Echool 10 n. m. Preaching
sorvico 11 o'clock, subject: "Govern
mont,of the Church." Young peo
ple's meeting C:30 p. m. Preaching
sorvico 7:ao. subject, "Ancient
Prophecies nnd Modern Conditions."
Speclnl Blnglng nt both services by
tho choir. Prnyer meeting WnlncH
day evonlng 7:30, E. (I, Judd, pastor.
A swoll lino of homo mndo candles
nt American Hakery. Adv.
SHEEPMAN IS KILLED.
LA PINE, Nov. 30. Dan Anglnnd.
ono of Oregon's most prominent
ahcopmdn, who was stubbed In n sa
loon nt Pnlsley Thanksgiving night,
died thbro Sundny, after romnlnlng
uncoiisetotiH for two days. Jim O".
Kcofo, another slivepmnn, Is hold lu
tho Pnlsley Jnll on n chnrgu of mur
der. O'Kcefo clnlms that 'Anglaml'
followed him nbout nil ihy Thmndny
threatening trouhlo nnd thnt the
stabbing wns In self-defense. Hccitusa
of the big following ench man hns
nnrong thu shcopinen of this section,
the affair hns been kept quiet ns
much as possible.
Hnth men nro wall known In Ilond
where they have sold their wool nnd
done other business.
Wo will soil, rent or place ono In
your homo on free trlnl. Easy pay
ments. J. W. Day Muslo Company.
When you uso a snek of Truo Illue
Flour you aro helping to build up the
rewirrna of Contrnl Oregon. It
purlM la. unexrejk'd. Tho next sack
of (lour you buy, try It Adv.
JUST AS CHEAP
MADE TO ORDER
First Showing Fill uxJ Wwltr SnpU
Dick IGe Tailor
CJfMung nd Prctusg iSpclly
One Dollar Down
lionus or nmmn!aCmS HOME Sewing Ma-
PERFECTLY v'unti ' yur home and
JSSr" $1.00 Per Week
PERFECT, will keep it there. The
E. M. THOMPSON
j The Furniture Man. "Credit if You Prefer"
KmJIm. Oil. Iklu nnd all kindi of Pirlnj
Mluu nipple, iupuirtog tpauily,
Make up your
mind today to
-If you will
you will get the fBcsl Selections of
our NEW 'MAS STOCKS
which are ready and await your
GIFTS FOR MEN
HUNDItEDS OK NEW PATTERN'S Men's Neckwear,
ench packed In n distinctive )iolldny box priced
nt. each !, l.V, 75c, $1
llEAUTII'UIi HLANKET HATH HOHES Hy far the
largest selection wo hr.vo ot shown, priced
nt 81.(10, sn.oo, SO.oo, $7.:iO
OTHEIt ITEMS for men Include innulcuro sets, fur
gloves, kid gloves, euspoiulcr setB, clgnr nnd clgnr
ctto cases, collar hags, tlo holders, Phoenix sill;
hosiery, knitted Bcarfs, etc.
GIFTS FOR WOMEN
WE DIHECT VOUH ATTENTION to our showing of
holiday liandkurchlefB nlwnys n most nccoptnhlu
gift many put up a lu nn nttrnctlvtf holldny box
priced from ench fie to 7.le
HOXED HANDKEIICHIEI-'S, per box We to 91. Ml
LEATHER HAOS All tho uowuBt shnpos, priced from
noe, hi. oo, !jii.ro, $1.75, i?a,oo, ma.no, tjct.nn
LADIES NECKWEAR !M M)e, 75e, 91.00
IAD1ES KNITTED HEDIIOOM SLIPPERS 7fle
CHILDREN'S KNITTED I1EDROO.M SLIPPERS Mlc
LADIES KELT HOUSE AND HEDROOM SLIPPERS
onch . 9I.OO, SI. 15, 9 1. !! !.
LADIES PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY In Holldny
boxes, per pair 7ne, 91.00, 9l.no
IRELAND'S (1LOVES, per pnfr 9I.JW, Hl.no, 9U.l
IRELAND'S (SLOVES for children, per pair 9 1. an
STOP AND SHOP
Satisfaction With Every Purcliaie
Try dellcntessen speclnltlos lit
American llnkory. Home mndo sal
nds, baked beans mid cooked inentn
Tho Inlcsl fad In Jewelry Ib tho
rrleniUhlp link. Add 11 link ot
friendship to her bracelet. You will
find tho links In Sterling Silver pric
ed at SS cents und ongrnwil freo nt
Myron II. Hymens, thu Ilond street
CIIANUi: OK I'IKMiltA.M.
Tho Ilond Theatre from now on
will change program on Wednosdny,
I'rldny, Sunday und Tuesday nights.
Mnnnger Hodgson hns added Ilium
from tho Essnnny ami (lonurul KJIiiih
company to his wuukly titlructlotis, (
Depot Hotel thu homu of tho home
Htender.- Adv. 31M Ip,
Wear-Ever Aluminum Ware
THE IIIXT I'Olt ()OM(J PI Itl'OSCS. It liifts lunger.
Never rusts. Easy to keep clean No scouting nmoHNHrv.
Helps food to cook evi nly Wear 'vr Atiiinliiiiiii has lieHii
put to the most severe lests und the results show It to be sup
erior to any other metal for looking iiIiiihIIh Wo have 11
complete stock from which you muy clel Come In and usk
ub questions nbout It
ITISAIiVAK A PI.EAHI HE IO KIIOU' )l It (JOOIIH.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
Shop Early for
NOW IH THE 'IIME TO SELI'tT YOl'H CIIHIHT.MAH
(HIT AMI ILi: IT LAID ASIDE.
a roMPLi;-ii; live ir
crrdiass Pl.HIl mi:s
hll.VEIt WARE CHINA
ma vict hi; sins sua i:it si:is
SMOKINO SE'lh 'IOY.S
.Many other uxeful mtidcN siiltuble fur gin. WnUli ln-
, dOUM for hllggivitlons.