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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1915)
THi: I1I2XI) Hl'M.KTIX, 1114X1). OKI:., WKDXKSIIAY, DFCF.MHKH 8, 101.-
LET US BE YOUR
OUR STORE IS CROWDED WITH BEAUTIFUL
A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOK YOUR
TH& V,,CT??hh 1 FOUNTAIN TENS
EASTMAN KODAKS '
Superior fa all
Thtttltcf tti klnj.
LIBBY CUT GLASS
Kelhlrt more Uaultful.
, , PHONOGRAPH
, , AND lUXOMiSforhtaulifultnu,
I I Hand 'Painted China
, , Cigars and Smokers' Sets
H LATEST BOOKS
W ls ,0VC 0k'a,e "orlment of 'Collet Sets, Hand
Mirrors. German 'Dolls and Uoys of everj) cmtA
Perfumes, Toilet Waters, Pocket Knives, Box CnnJy. Let
us fill your orders for Christmas Candy and Nuts.
Reed and HoiIor
The 'foxaZl Store
LOCAL NEWS 1TEA1S
r 0. P. Putnam hns returned to
V. H. Stnnts Is in Portland for n
Itoscoo Howard was up from Des
chutes Tucsdny. '
h, W. Dlalr was In from Powell
Butto on Monday.
Mrs. Adn Limbers was1 up from
Tuinalo on Tuesday.
k Jnmcs Mack of La Pine, vac here
"n business yesterday.
J. P. Koycs has been out of town
on business slnco Monday.
William Sprout left Sunday night
for Portland to bo gone n week.
"FIobs." the setter dog belonging
to A. K. Kdwnrds, died last week.
A. II. Wnrren, of Portland, Is vis
iting his Bister, Mrs. K. J. Wllkcy.
Tho work of clearing tho streets In
Itlver Torraeo bogan this morning.
C W. Ashbaugh has been assisting
II. J. Overturf tnka the school census.
M. J. Kelly loft last week for Wal
la Wnlla to visit his father, who Is
Dr. Van Waters held scrvlce3 nt
tho Keycs resldcuco Monday afternoon.'
CM. Itedflold, engineer of tho C.
0. I. Co., wns up from Deschutes on
C. M. McKay and .Paul Rarrlsou
went on a hunting trip to Fall river
It. X. Hrownlow, formerly llnotypo
operator In tho llullotln slioji, Is now
In Moscow, Idnho,
V. A. lorbos nnd II. 1L Do Ar-
mond went to Prlnevlllu on business
M. J. Scnnlon, of th) llrooks-Scan-Ipn
Lumber Company, arrived this
morning on business.
Mrs. J. II. Ileyburn hns lioen con
fined to this house with an attack of
grlp)o for tho past fow days.
Iftave i?ou Boticeb tbat
puffs are Coming JGacfe
Fiihliliui iiiugiuliu's wi.v tbat pulVn Villi lip worn iimrii tills i-ntnlng
m-jimmi tliiiu (i-r befotv. Wit lime a complete lino of pull'N in
Mock from vilileli to make an caily r-olectloti. Pulls an- Miie
to 1k tlio nigo IliU winter ami (lie roiiilnn hpitn.
Drop l anil set our latest Mipply of li'ilr rUodi.
With t'liiktuuiM coming wo ,nay lune koiiic likely -hiikuckIIiiuh
for J on.
& ?&j& J2&AM,
tfx?ri&. rs-zsps. . v : j c?
H. Latham, II, II. Do Armond and
V. A. Forbes attended the meotlng of
tho county court In Prlncvllle on
Hugh O'Katio reports' that llnnnclnl
arrangements for tho building on the
corner of Oregon nndllond strcots
have been completed.
M. L. Merrltt left 8undn fir Pott
land whom ho will nttuu I u confer
ci co of the Nntloiirtl foroit auporvis
orr to bo held this weok.
The Presb.terlnn Guild will hold n
stile of fancy n'rtloles nnd cooked food
at the Commercial Club rooms on tho
afternoon nnd evening oJ December
Tumnlo folks In town on Monday
Included Fred N. Wnllnco, "Uncle"
Frank Nichols, W. D. Humes. J. W.
llrown, J. It. Couch nnd Peter Jon
sen. The house of Clnrenco Smith, on
tho l'llnevllle road, was destroyed by
fire on Friday afternoon. Tho fam
ily was working hi the field at (ho
L. Hunt, of Sisters, wns In Ilenrt
Inst Saturday, In tho Interests of tho
petitioners for tho proposed Irriga
tion district to bo formed In that vi
cinity. Sam Smith nf Minneapolis, who Is
visiting with Mr. mid Mrs. It. J. Mc
Cann, was severely burned Inst Sat
urday In n gasollno explosion In Mr.
McCain's paint shop.
Mrs. Myrtle J. Schlappl, of llwaco,
Washington, arrived In town last
week with her two children nnd hns
taken one of the I'lval houses. Mr.
Schlappl will Join her hero soon.
Ono of tho' heaviest rnlno over
known In Jbls section occurred on
Sunday when over an Inch fell. In
Prlnevlllo, whoro the foot ball game
was played there was no rain what
ever. O.-W. It. & N. freight twins be
twoon Dond and Madras will now
enrry passengers, nccordlnc to an an
nouncement recently mndo by A. C.
Kgnn, trnvollng ngont for tho com
pany. II. J. Overturf went to Portland
last night to nttend tho meotlng or
tho state nssoclnlon of county Judges
and commissioners. Ho has bcon ap
pointed a member of tho resolutions
Carpenters hnvo begun tho remod
eling of tho old Lorn property nt tho
comor of Wnll and Oregon streets.
An office Is to bo arranged In the cor
ner for tho occupancy of Harrison
Mrs. L. It Wllholm will .la inliter
Queiulrcdn of Alamosa, Colorado, nr
'ed last 'thursday morning at, 1 ire
visiting with Mr. nnd Mis. J. A,
Nrlnkloy. Mrs. Wllholm and Mrs.
Drlnkloy nro sisters.
Presbyterian services on Sunday
will Includo Sunday school and
pr.cnching nt 10 nnd 11 o'clock In tho
morning. In tho evening Itov. Hart
rnnft will continue his nennonn on
"Tho Legality of tho Trial of Jesus
A. 0. Drook loft on Sunday for Su-
attlo whoro ho will spoud tho winter,
possibly making n trip to Dallas,
Texas, on business. Mr. It rook plans
to Improve his proporty nt tho cor
nor of Ilond nnd Oreoiiwood In tho
spring with a brick building.
Mrs. O. A. Thorson on Sunday ro
colvetl n mcHsngo tolling hor of tho
dentil f hor mother. Mis. HUa Vi'n
Vlu of Minneapolis, who has Ix-en !'I
r.ir ftiia" months, Thi ia' Mrs.
Van Vlo Tilted with her daughter
In llond about n yenrngo
Tho Parcnt-Tencher Association is
desirous ot obtaining dquations of
food, clothing nnd money for families
who are In need of iiBslstanco. Mrs.
X. O. Davis, chairman of charities,
has charge of this work and may bo
reached by telephoning Hod 171.
With a Better, Larger and More Complete
Line of New Things than ever before. If
you haVenl begun your Xmas Shopping
why not begin now. You can shop With
more comfort and satisfaction and secure
better selections while our assortment is large
Pai'kctl in Holiday Hoxes
make an acceptable holi
MEN'S Silk I lose, packed
J pair in box, d? 1 fjf)
per box,. . M I J
LADIES' Silk Hose, J
pair in box- per box
Bath Robes &
II VIII ItHIti:.' The moMt
cteii8lu line wi'o ever
shown a practical . f t
Ladles Teny robes at J?:i."r
Others at tfl to ."St.".
Mens Terry Unlaw t-i hiding
slippers to match at en. , $.
Others at SI to 1(7.50
FHI.T SUI'I'IMIS For men
ladles and children
Metis 7.!c to $t.ro
I ailli-H 7.V tu1il.no
Chlldronw . . . .7.1e, Jirir, $1
Crochet slIpperH and bed
wnrmers ."We, Hlr, 75e
In Unending Variety at
Holiday Ribbons Large
assortment for making
fancy bags, lamp shades,
sapper bags, etc. Per yd.
20c to 75c
of every size and des
cription at 1-1$ to 1-2 off
KID BODY DOLLS
25c, 35c, 50c, 65c,
75c, $1.00, $1.50,
10c to $1.25
ALL TOYS AT
include Manicure Setsi
Parisian Ivory Novelties,
Neckwear in Boxes,
Gloves, Auto Gaunt lets,
Furs, Motor Scarfs,
Suspender Sets, Garter &
Arm Baud Sets, Military
Brushes, Tie Rings and
Tie Racks, Collar Bags,
Laundry Bags, Sweateis
A visit to our store will help you solve the perplexing problem of What to Giv
iatj Jj BROTHERS t ( rCL"
IJuy your Xmas candy nt American
Ilakery, Special prices mndo- Adv.
A nice piece of furniture will contribute to the
comfort of the whole family. We have a beau
tiful selection to choose from. A visit to our
store wUI surprise you. Make your selection,
early we will hold and deliver Christmas day.
EM. THOMPSON M
The furniture man
' If you don't trade with us we both lose money
ARE HERE FOR
Make your selections
NOW we will store
them lor you until
You Buy for Less
The Permanent, Prngreislve,
Reliable Store of liend
Willi! COXCKIIT Al'l'lti:ciATi:i.
It wns n small, but appreciative
niidlonco tbat listened to the Ilarl
ridKe Wlilpp concert last nlKlit In the
Ilond Theatre. Mr. Wlilpp, who Is n
well known soloist bud n very ploas
InK program selected from n wide
rniiKU of prominent composers. "In
vIctiiH," by Wolf, I'roloBitii (L lnnll
accl) by Leoncavallo, "Undo Home"
by Homer nnd Danny Deever by
DnmroHcb were especially appreciat
ed. .Mr. Wlilpp wns accompanied by
ils rlfo.' They left for llurnr today.
wIkiVd they will kIvo a concert.
Tj WHOM IT .MAY COXCIIItX.
Hem!, Ore., Deo. , 10 in.
This Is to certify thnt I hnvo thor
oiiKhly tested the Itoyal llluu (las
Producer of n K, inch burner In u 'i'i
Inch riuiKo nnd found It witlafnotory
In all ways,
Sam .McMurtrle, of Tho Club Cafe.
.ii'ik.'i: itrssin.ii to spi:aic,
JiuIko Holland A. KuhhcII, a prom
liiiM.t member of the Illinois bar,
w'll appu.ir in the second number of
the llond IiIrIi school lyceiim course
nt (ho ProHbytorlRii ehuroli, Friday
nlKht nt 8:20 o'clock, JuiIho Itussoll
has a. wldo experience In public
speukliiK throiiKhoiit the country.
Tim subject It) not aiiiioiinced.
reiourrcH (if Ccntnil
purlt) L iinexrellod
of Hour you buy, try It
O'ej'di. I Tin
The in it viaclc
Oiir.llliiey direr TIiIn mill He.
Don't mlw this. Cut cuil) this
slip, encloho with live rents to Foley
& Co., CIiIchko, III., w rllliiK your
linuie anil nildress clearly. You will
receive In return a trial packiiKo con
talnliiK Foley's Honey ami Tar. Com
pound, for coiikIis, coIiIh and iiroup,
Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cuth.
artlo Tablets. Sold everywhere.- Adv.
A swell lino of home mndo caudles
nt American Ilakery. - Adv.
di:m:oati:s aiu: appoixtkd.
Dok'KnteH to the Central Oreiron
Irrigation CoiiKrous to be held In
Hedinond on Saturday have boon up
I pointed by President Keyos of the
(Commercial Club as IoIIuwm: V. A
' Forbes, C. 8. Hudson, 0. 14. Short,
' nnd 11 W. Sawyer. Alternates ar
as follows: II II. Do Armond, 12. M.
l.arn, I). 14. Hunter, It. II. Could
and II J. Overturf.
FOIt.MINO- Oltlllllt OF IvAOI.FK.
With liC chertor memberH nlrondy
slKned up W. O. Malcbett oxpects
soau to lend to Portland for a char
ter for a Ilend branch of the Frater
nal Ordor of Kettle. Mr. Matohett
has authority from Portland to or
ganize n branch of tho order here,
and has had very encournKlnK suc
cess In the short time ho has been at
work. The list will be closed about
Depot Hotel the home of the home
steader. Adv. 30-Up.
Huy Deschutes Spray Flour, by so
dolfiK you boot the Central OroKon
farmer. None better made. Adv
Try delicatessen specialties at
American Jlnkery. Home made sal
ade, baked beaas and oookod mot
When you use n suck of True lllue
Flour you are holpliiK to build up Ibci
Ladles work mIvdii ijniofil)
ntteutliili. SntlHfiictloii nr no
ply. Wn do repnlrlm; mid
ultorutlou. I.rt Wyno care
for oiir clotheH uml he well
dressed. BiiIIh cnlli'd ror
HARRY A. WYSE
Phone lllnck liOl
With A. I.. Fren. h
CALL AND INSPECT OUR FINE DISPLAY OF CHRISTMAS
INCLUDING A COMPLETE LINE OF
Cut Glass Kaney 1'crfumes
Silver Ware Hand I'ainted China
Fancy Stationer Eieneh Ivory Goods
Smoking Sets Gift Books
Casseroles Kaney Candies
Toilet Sets Manicure Sets
t Grafanlos Tourists Tablets
i fl I f ttirm h hIii I your Chhlmui Qllt aJ Ai ttmm UU :ijt,
watch ovn wiNiiowsion sucqisiions
Ilye and (iraham flour inanuUetiir j
td In an old fublnnl Frenrh lluhr !
mill. Its purity Is unexcelled. Adv I
JUST AS CHEAP
MADE TO ORDER
Firtl Showing Fall nj Wilr Sm4
Dick TEe Tailor
Qtiainj uA Preumg t'Sftt Ulty
Wear-Ever Aluminum Ware
Tin: M i -si roll (ooiii.Nt. pi kposi.s. n i.i:m i, nr
Never rust Kjhj to kit-.p l. an c hiin:in; m-i , Hirr
Helps food o I'.ok i'Viil Wenr I i Aluiiilniiiii b.is l.i'dii'
put to IUi- xui'Ht m-HTii K-ntH ami tlii- niuliM hIk,u Ii to i,i suit
tirlor to ii ulliir mi'tiil for Mnkiinc ut.:iiIU We liuvo
complete hi ik fri.in Hhiih hi inut .li-. I. ('(Hue In and uvk
us iiuestio'iit alxut it
IT IS ALWAYS A l'l.i:.M Hi: TO MIOW III K (.OOHS.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.