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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1916)
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Drugs and Medicines, Domestic, Im
ported, Simple Drugs, and Rare
Chemicals, Toilet, Hath and Nursery
Needs, Surgical Supply and Sick
Room Comforts, Home Remedies
and Private Formulas, Sundries and
Specialties. Cigars, Candies, Per
fumes, Kodaks. I n fact there's noth
ing missing in this very Complcte
Stoek Drug Store. Whatever you
want from any drug store you can''
find here and if we haven't got it
we'll get it.
Our large Wtallrtt Chart Calenjar mulalyour Jhpotai
REED & NORTON
rhe 3fe2g Jto
Wedding and Anniver
sary Gifts at the
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Marsh Auhroy wab up from Tumuto
Dr. U. C. LjO Is In Portland this
week on business.
Ivnn Knotts of. Imperial, was In
town last Wednesday.
QcorRQ A. Jones was In Portland
on business lust week.
II. II. ParsouB, of- Redmond, was
up on busincss-aiu Saturday. it "
Mr. and Mm.' Ilnrry IlrookB left
Monday night for Portland.
Tbo annual dinner of tlio Kinhloiii
Club will bo bold Saturday night.
Sirs. II. 13. llench entertained n fow
friends laBt Saturday night for her
Inisliand on thu occasion of IiIh .17th
MIbh flraco Ward roturned Tues
day morning from a visit to Portland.
, H. Ii. Schoe, of Uedmond, waB a
business Visitor in llcnd on Saturday.
Horn to Mr. and .Mrs. It .A. Itol
llns, this morning, nn eight pound
Frank .1. Olndor, formorly of Hond,
Is now locntod at Christopher, Wush-liiKton.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. ltynn loft
Thursday for Portland, returning on
,'KL, Clnrh.-ofjtho idh'lno Supply
Compnny, wns In town 'yesterday on
Maurico Cashmr.n has accopted n
position with tho it. M. Smith Cloth
Kdwnrd llrooka returned on Sat
urday, leaving ngalu for Portland on
Monday night. .
SAVE TIME and MONEY
ill IIP je. MffM .cJjVt uj 9061
r """' 'I
Why can-y wood nml
nlics vhen you can
have all of I ho unnec
essary liilwr by using a
Itoynl Who fias Pro
ducer. Hum gas manufac
tured from coal oil dls
tlllulo at a Having of
from 30 to notf. over
woojl or coal.
BRIDGES & UTTER
, Sales Mgrs.
Tho Commercial Club luncheon
wl'll bo held next Saturday nt thu
A dlnnor danco vas held Inst Sat
urday evening at tho Emblem .Club.
About 2G couples attended.
Mrs. Fred Kstos lenves tonight for
El Centro, California, to join Mr.
KetcH.wlio is loented there.
Miss Jonn lluswoll, of Portland, is
visiting with her brother W. A. llus
woll, of Tho Mend Company.
N. II. Iloguo, head engineer of the
btrahorn surveying party located
south of Hond, was in town on Sat
urday. Carl Cook, formerly salesman for
tho Hend Flour Mill Company, leaves
tonight for Portland to locate perma
nently. Mrs. Hugh O'Kano leftMond-ty
night for Portland whoro sho will
visit with friends and rolntlvoB for
Frank Jennings, manager of thu
Shovllu-Hljion commissary, returned
Tuesday morning from a business trip
Tho Oregon Tranefor Compnny has
moved Into its now uunrtors in thu
room formerly occupied by tho Log
J. Hynn & Company, real estate,
will move tho latter part of this weak
Into rooms recently remodeled in the
i.ara building. '
C. A. Nichols, of Leavenworth,
Washington, opened a pool and bil
liard parlor thliwcek In tho J. II.
Jican building. '
Dwlght M. Davis returned Tuesday
morning from n six week's visit io
Knnens City, where ho has ucqii vla
Miss llr.zol Archibald, of Scattlo,
will bo tho guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Hreoks upon Mrs. llrooks' ro
tum from Portland.
Cnrmody Hros. expect to open tholr
now cigar store In tbo Earn building
this week. Tho fixtures and Btock
hnvo been received.
C. W. Iteed, of Wellsvllle, Mis
souri, arrived In Hond last week to
attend tbo annual meeting of tho H.
M. Smith Clothing Company.
W. N.. Eyro arrived on Monday
moinlng from Cowley, Wyoming to
bo present at tho funeral of his
brother, tho lato "Olcn" Eyro.
Mr. nild JIrs. William Uenlken or
Port Hock wero in Hond on Saturday.
Mrs. Hcnlkcu loft Saturday night for
St. Louis to visit several weeks.
Hnptlst church. Illblo school 10
n. in. Preaching service 11 o'clock.
Young peoplo's mooting G:30 p. m.
Preaching service 7S30. K. 0. Judd,
F. II. Pinkstaff, fomorly n teacher
In the Tumalo public schools, and
Mrs. Pinkstaff, moved Into Hend last
Friday and will ru3ldo hero perma
Tho latest geological survey pub
lications nnd sovernl copies of tlio
Deschutes river profiles nro at tho
olllco of Georgo S. Young for distri
. Mr. and Mrs., L. ,E. Dodgson left
Tuesday night for Prossor, Washing
ton, where Airs. Dodgson was callud
on account of tho serious illness of
How Honrlcksnn, of Portland, will
bo hero to hold services in tlio Scan
dinavian language oundny, February
Otli, at 3 p. in., at tho Methodist
church. All nro cordially invited.
Howard Oerrlsh, who has boon em
ployed for the last sovornl months 'n
tho It. M. Smith Clothing Company,
loft Saturday night for Portland to
enter tho Walker business collogo.
W. W. Floyd of Cnldwoll, Idaho,
L. II. KIdwull of Portland nnd O. P.
Holland of Spokano; horsobuyers, nro
In Central Oregon this weok (tiling
orders for horses for freight ship
ment. Miss Alma Lambert nnd Tony Trn
hnn wore married Inst weok. Mrs.
Trnliun Is a trained nurso who Is woll
known In Hend. It Is understood
that thoy will llvo In Deschutes addition.
Mrs;. Laura Hcddlngton returned
Friday from Hunters, Washington,
whoro, for several weeks, sho has
boon visiting with hor mother. Mw.
Hcddlngteu also visited with friends
Miss Hlrdolla Horshey entertained
10 young lady friends last Hnturduy
afternoon nt tho homo of hor aunt,
Mrs. K. I). Mcintosh. The afternoon
wns spent in various games. Refresh
monts were served.
Frank c. Schlnppl ond Luclen
Cobb have brought to The Hiillotin
ofllco lls's of books they hnvo road,
ono having read more than six of
thoso mentioned In the recent llnl
lotln editorial nnd the other a few
o. those ond several otbeis.
MIsb Iti'tilah Keagy. daughter of
llov. and Mrs. Franklin W. KeMgv.
of tho Methodist church, left Satur
day lilpbt Tor Salem where sho will
enter the Willamette University nt
the opening of tho second semester.
Work wns commenced this week jn
the addition to tho building on Wall
street recently purchased by E. F.
Logan from C. S. Hudson. .Mr. Lo
gan expects to move his furniture
clock from tho Lnwrence building as
as soon as tho work Is completed.
Tho postponed business meeting
nnd election of olllcers for tho Li
brary Club will bo held next Tuesday
afternoon. Fobrunry 8, nt tho library.
A large atteudnuco Is requested as
ninny matters of Importance to tho
club will come up r.t that time.
A meeting of tlio I'pper Deschutes
Livestock Association will be held on
Friday afternoon, February 11. In
Hend nt tlio olllco of tho Doschutes
National Forest. Matters concerned
with griijjug of stock on the uppor
Deschutes rlvor will be considered to.
gethor with improvements nnd man
agement. T. A. McCann, superintendent of
Tho Shovlln-lllxou Company, left on
Tuesday night for Spokane where he
will attend tho Northwest Lumber
men's convention In session thero this
weok. Mr. McC.inu was accompanied
ns fnr as Fallbrldge by .Mrs. McCann
and her slstor, Miss Moore, who will
spend several days in Portland with
Plans nro being nindo to tnko n
census of tho town nnd adjacent ad
ditions for tho pitrpoco of determin
ing the present population of Hond.
Mayor Ecstcs nml John Steldl nro
backing tho movement, tho plnn be
ing to orgnnlzo n squad of high school
pupils for tho work.
A get acquainted social was held In
tho Presbyterian church under the
auspices of tho -lilhlo clnsB of tho
Sunday school lrst night. A law
numbor of church patroiiB attended
Incomparable Values in
new laces a
Fine Swiss Embroldorles, 10 and 21 Inch, per yard. .0c
Now Swiss Edges for trimming dresses in pink, blue,
red and lavender nt pur yard OSo
10 inch duo Swiss Embioldorlcs nt per yard JMo
A largo assortment of new Fronch Vnls at . . .." nnd 7 jic
French Cotton Cluny Lncos at .1 mid too
Mercerized Cluny Laces at " mid 10c
Dainty Armenian Edges at " mid too
Wide English Torchons Now Patterns nt . . . .ft mid 10c
We are just opening up
a new shipment of Silks '
and Woolen! Dress Ma- i
STOP AND SHOP AT
, The adjourned meeting of thu
stockholders of tho North Irrigation
Company for tho election of directors
will bo hold nt Hunter & Stunts' of
llco nt 5 p. m., Mondry, February ..
Adv. ' -ISc
All kinds of men, women's and
children s woolen mlts nnd gloves nt
reduce prices nt W.llllaniR and Heath
second band store In old Lara build
ing, Hend. 17-1 Op
Pool nd billiards nt tho Metro
politan. Just tho thing for a Utile
rolaxotlon In tho evening. Adv. tf.
Drop In nt tho North Pnclflo Fish
Market nnd see tho different varieties
of Ilsh on sale. Adv.
Oo to tho Royal Cafo for your
dinner. Adv. 1 1 tf
Iluy your grocorlos at McCllncy's.
The Log Cabin Harber Sh'ip enn at
tend to your tonsoilnl wantH. Adv.
FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT
See DICK 1Kb Tailor
All Kinds of
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Phono HIack 1481
TODAY, (iROL'NDIKKl DAY.
Mr. Croiindhog did not seo his
chndow today. It was n coalition
between Jack Frost nnd Jupiter l'lu
vlus against old Sol that dispelled
Mr. Orouudhog's shadow. Aecoidlng
to tlio rn'mlllnr ornclca Mr. C. will
not return to Ills nolo for another
ulx weeks, and ns u result spring will
soon lio on Its way.
HIltDH ARE FED.
Many people about (own have
shown n keen In.orest during the
last few wcoka in feeding birds.
Hundreds or blrdH, it is thought have
boon kept ullvo ns u result of tho at
tention shown them. Regular feed
ing places havo been established uy
many children about town.
Try our fresh urend nnd pnttri'
uannody mothers. Hond street
Adv. 35 '
Huy your grocorlos nt McCllncA'B-
KNHJHTS MEET SATURDAY.
Tho Knights of Pythias convontl'
will bo hold In Redmond on Sati
day, iib nuuntiucod In Tho Hulloi
last week. All members of tlio Ho
lodgo nro expected to attend, got
down on tho night train.
Havo you tried thnt I Ippored sal
mon down at thu North Pnclllo Flsl
ROCkerS Rockers Rockers
Our Rockers are the best in style, finish
and design. Easy and comfortable to rest
in. Our prices are right. Come in, sit
down and try one. You will be satisfied.
E M. THOMPSON
The furniture mfcn
If you don't trade with us we both lose money,
THE VARIETY STORE
For still another week, we .shall conliime to give
PRICE REDUCTION'S on Maekinaws, Overcoats,
Flannel Shirts, Stag Shirts, Angora (warm) Vests,
Knit Toques and Knit Sets for Children.
$3.50 Infants' Knit Sets $2.95
$ 1 .50 Knit Toques .... 85c
$2.25 Angora Vests . . . $ 1 .60
$5.00 Stag Shirts $4.45
$3.50 Stag Shirts $3.15
$2.00 Flannel Shirts ... $ 1 .80
$1.50 Flannel Shirts.,;' $1.35
$ 1 .00 Flannel Shirts ... 90c
$15.00 Overcoats $13.45
$7.50 Maekinaws .... $6.75
$5.00 Maekinaws $4.45
Closing Out Crockery and Graniteware. We have
a considerable assortment of Crockery and Grnnitcwarc
and are giving CUT PRICES TO CLOSR Ol IT. '
while the ground is
slippery. A "Nevcr
Slip WILL DO IT.
TTe Skuse Hardware Company
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