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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1916)
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Your Fancies Will be
Favored at Our Fountain
We will be the coolest place in
town no exceptions. Our foun
tain will satisfy your desires for
the best of cooling beverages
Everything Always Fresh
Victor Records Magazines
VicmoLAS Eastman Kodaks
REED &i HORTON
The 5tegqIL Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Post ofllco box rent 1b now duo.
A. D. Lowis, enmo down from his
up rlvor ranch on Monday.
II, A. Stovor loft Saturday evening
nu a business trip to Portland.
Jnmco Black of Ln Pine, was hero
ri)n Thursday going over tho now
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Gerry from
Prlnglo Flats woro Ilond visitors this
Tho Hrldgo Club mot Friday af
ternoon at tho homo of Mrs. A. M.
FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT
See DICK 1Kb Tailor
All Kinds of
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Phono Dlnck 1481
Dement & Company havo had tho
front of their storo repainted this
Tho Modorn Woodmen of America
hold an oystor supper last night ln
Sathor'a Hall. A largo number of
momibors and Invited guests woro
present on tho occasion.
THURSDAY, MARCH 23
will be placed on sale at
2 $3 $4
FOR ECONOMY SAKE SHOP AT
Bend's Economy Center.
We close at 0: 80
Mrs, Rohort Smith, of Sisters, was
a Visitor among friends In Bend on
D. E. Hunter returned on Tuesday
morning fjom n business ftrlp to)
Mrs. Perry Hartoon ennio ln from
Hrooklngs on Sunday to Join her
h isbantl hero.
W. L. Cobb, president of tho Cen
tral Oregon Dnnk, Is In Roseburg this
week on business.
r. J. W. Day returned Inst
Thursday from Kcllog, Idaho, bring
ing her sou with her.
Miss Hnzol Archibald returned on
Sunday from Prlnovlllo where Bho has
been visiting friends.
The Commercial Club luncheon
will bo held on Saturday at tho
A largo party of young people at-
tonded tho St. Patrick's danco given
Friday evening nt Tumalo.
Paul Datos, well known lnsuranco
man of Portland was a guest of
Dr. J. C. Vandovert on Sunday.
A. C. Egnn nnd George F. Hoover
returned on Sunday from' a business
trip to Silver Lake and Paisley.
A. M. Lara and N. A. Southwlck
returned Saturday from n Inslness
trip In Luke nnd Hnrncy counties.
Tho Ellto Studio Is having tho up
stnlrs of tho Lara Building romodol-
cd preparatory to moving Into It.
Tho ladles of tho Ilaptlst church
will hold a cooked food sale at tho
O'Donnell market Saturday, March
R. 13. Huffschmldt and C. J. Du
gan, foundrymon of Portland, aro In
llond this week nrranglng for a lo
cation. L. D. Wlost was cjmpnlgnlng ln
Jofforson county loBt week Hi tho In
terests of tho North unit Irrigation
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Reed returnod
Saturday from a 10 days trip to
Hum's whoro thoy visited frlonds and
A rainbow was seen In the sky
about 10 o'clock Sunday night, a
most unusual occurrence, especially
In this section.
Work was begun today on tho
basement forythe O'Knno building,
Tho baBomcnt will bo 7C feet long
and 37 feet wldo.
Mrs. J. n. Kendall nnd dnughtor
Marlbel arrived Sunday morning
from Grants Pnsfl, Oregon, to spond
tho summer hero.
A. R. Rowman, of tho Central Ore
gon Tltlo & Loan Co,, of Prlnovllle,
nnd Miss Ada Mlnton, of Prlnovlllo,
woro mnrrlcd on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coombs ro
turnod Wednesday qvenlng from
Portland whoro thoy havo been
spondlng tho last two months.
Douglas Lawson enmo ovor from
Prlnovlllo on Sunday, bringing with
him Bishop Robort Paddock, who
hold sorvlccs horo Sunday ovonlng.
Tho meeting of tho Pnrent-Tonch-
or association to occur on Friday will
bo hold nt eight o'clock In tho ovon
lng nt tho Rold school, Instead of In
tho nfternoon ns announced last
M. 11. Rayer, of tho operntlng de
partment of tho O.-W. It. & N., en
gaged In Joint facility work, spent n
fow days horo last wook on business.
Mr. Rayer was greatly Impressed by
tho now saw mills.
Tho Methodist Guild hold Its
monthly social mooting nt tho homo
of Mrs. W. O. McCulston Inst Wed
nesday nfternoon. Progressive games
woro played nnd prizes given aftor
which lunch was sorvod.
M. S. Miller, who formerly con
ducted tho hotel at Harper, sold out
recently to Potor Thompson, of Don
aldson, Mlnnosotn, who will contlnno
tho biiBlncsB and engago ln tho dairy
and poultry business. Mr. Miller
plans to visit In Portland and Shcrl
dap before moving to Pino Bluff, Wy
oming, whoro he will llvo temporari
ly. On Saturday ovonlng, tho first cer
omonlal meeting of tho Camp Flro
Girls wns hold at tho homo of Miss
Luclfc Mc1y. Twenty girls woro
Initiated and made charter monvbers
of tho Clono Otz (Three Sisters)
camp. Refreshments und n social
hour woro onjoyod. Saturday was
the fourth anniversary of tho Na
tional Camp Flro Organization.
Tho St. Patrick's day danco at
Tumalo Friday evening was enjoyed
by a largo crowd of pooplo from Rend
and tho surrounding country. Tile
hall was effectively decorated with Its
cheery green decorations, clay pipes
nnd fish nets, duo to tho efforts of
Miss Margaret Mock, chairman of tho
docoratlon commltteo. Lunch wns
served at twelvo o'clock by the West
Side Ladles club.
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tne opring o
-We -Feel We rare Exceptionally Fortunate in the
Selection of the VERY LATEST STYLES im
Coats Suits Skirts Waists
Neckwear Gloves Shoes
- . . Corsets Lingerie Hosiery ,
Wash Fabrics Laces
, Ribbons Trimmings
u WHICH WE SUBMIT TO YOUR APPROVAL AT
Our Formal Spring
SATURDAY, MARCH 25 Ih
Our Stocks of Merchandise for Spring were personally selected In Eastern Markets.
'Che main thought behind these selections Was based upon the proposition that Quality
Is the first consideration mllh discriminating people; that they prefer buying up to a
standard of excellence rather than hown to a mere cheapness In price. Quality Is re
membered long after the price Is forgotten. Where It Is a question of Quality In Ma
terial, of Rig hiness In Pattern, of Fairness In Price every single thing you buy at
this Store can bedepended upon to give satisfaction. We Invite your consideration and
leant you to come during our opening and express your opinion
A SOUVENIR TO EVERY LADY.
BRICK BUILDING TO RISE
Buy a moal ticket nt tho Alta-
Go to tho Royal Cafo for your
dinner. Adv. 44 tf
Consult Dr. J. G. Turner, or
merly of Lowe & Turner, eye
specialists, at Thornon's Jew
elry store, Tuesday and Wednesday,
March 28th, ono day only. Head
aches relieved, cross eyes straighten
ed. No charge for consultation or
examination. Satisfaction guaran
teed. Re sure to lot Dr. Turner show
you tho now bifocal Ions without lines
or seams to catch dirt, strain tho eye
lor come apart. Ono light, solid
I piece of gloss which looks like a
single pair, yet answers the purpose
I of two, enabling you to read or do
close work and see distant objects
(perfectly. Free demonstration, ndv
that shavo or hair cut,
now ready, Adv.
I' our chairs
August Nelson of Los Angeles 1'iirrli-
um's HuMim'nn 1'ioperty.
With tho viov of beginning work
next week, August Nelson, formerly
of Los Ancoles. through R. I. Mintor
nml .1. II. Miner, linn liurchnsed busi
ness property on Ilond street Just I
south of tho Bend Hardware Com
pany. Mr. Nelson will erect a ono
story brick building liCxGO feet nnd
will occupy It himself, putting in a
lino of men's furnishings.
r rixcavatlng wlu begin somo tlmo
next week nnd tho building will bo
rushed to completion.
Two other brick buildings aro ox
poctod to rlso soon on property close
to that purchased by Mr. Nelson, but
tho owners aro not definite as to
when this work will begin.
Four chairs at your sorvlco nt tho
Metropolitan. No wul ting. -Adv.
Seo J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
BIG SALE of
For farm land loans soo J. Ryan
& Co. Reasonable ratos, prompt
From now UNTIL MARCH 25.
At a bar gain here you all! find some
of the newest things In SPRING
Cooked food salo by tho ladles of
the RaDtUto hurch will be hold at
O'Donnell's market Saturday, March
25. ' Homo made pies, cakes, cook
ies, salads, etc , will bo on salo. adv
No waiting at the Metropolitan for
MRS. C. H. WARNER
Lawrence Building, Wall Street