The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, April 12, 1916, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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    THE 11EN1) Rl'LLETIN, REND, 01113., WEDNESDAY, Al'HIL 12, 101(1.
rAon ?.
Get Your System in the
Best Possible Condition.
R&joM
Sarsaparilla
Tonic
will do it. Per bottle $1
Watch for Our Big 5 Cent Sale on May 11-12-13
REED & HOR TON
BEND
The !jfeaC Store
OKEQON
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
J M. Lawrence wnB in from Port
la ml last week.
F M. Peck of Hampton, was In
town on Friday.
j O. IMcKlnney, of Hums, woh
here on Saturday.
, X H, Elliott was up from Terrc-
bonno on Monday.
0 C. Henklo went to Portland last
Thursday on business.
Alien I.andfaro was In from Pow
ell llutte on Saturday.
K. L. Clark wnB down from La Pino
Friday nnd Saturday.
Tin) UrldKO Club mot with Mrs. J.
II Stanley on Friday.
Mrn. A. P. Hallard was In La Pino
last week on business.
ji. Tlio nrst nro was mint unucr mo
jirooKB-Bcnnion nonum luuuy.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hlr.lr woro in
from Powell Ilutto on Monday.
W C. McCulston is ImprovlnB tlio
Interior of his storo tills woek.
Miss Pearl Hlghtower Ic reported
to Ik ill with an attack of grlppo.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hoberts left
Tuesday in their car for Portland.
William Stirling of Hums, spont
Monday In Ilend visiting with friends.
Daniel Ilcchlcr was In from his
Mllllcnn valloy liomestend on Friday.
Mrs. F. R. Prince was registered
At Hotel Hentfon, Portland on Mon
day.
Mrs. Ward Coblo has been HI for
the last weok with an attack of bon-
chltls.
G. W. Shrlner returned last "Wed
nesday from a 10 dny'o vacation In
Seattle.
Alfred A. Ayn was hero from La
Pine Sunday and Monday to purchase
supplies.
An Informal dancing party was
given at tlio Emblem club on Friday
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. G. Itogers arrived
hero Friday, coming ovorlrnd from
Emmott, Idaho. Mr. Hogom Is a
builder nnd expects to locr.to hero.
C. Finney has purchased T. C. Ew
lng's interest in the Llttlo Urlck Has
tnurant. Miss Huby Ilurrows, of Portland, Is
visiting with her cousin, Mfo. W. W.
Faulk nor.
Horn to Mr.nnd Mrs. N. A. South
vick on Saturday an eight and a half
pound girl.
Mrs. C. E. Hamilton, of Wenat
chec, arrived In Ilend on Sunday to
join hor husband.
Tlio Presbyterian Guild will hold
an apron, food and candy sale on
Saturday, April 22.
F. J. Glndor, formerly of Ilend,
was hero Inst weok from Christopher,
Washington, last weok.
' Mrs. Margaret Hates left Monday
morning to spond n few months with
hor husband In Texas.
Mrs. Agnes Hyde cr.mo In on Wed
nesday from her homestead in tlio
Christmas Lako Valley.
Georgo F. Hoover, of tho Univer
sal Gnrago was a husincBs visitor last
Thursday In Silver Iike.
J. William A. Hush editor of Tho
Fort Hock Times, wob a business vis
itor In Ilend on Monday.
A. n. Itogors, of' Minneapolis, n
prominent timber owner of this sec
tion, spent Tuesday hero.
A. M. Lara roturnod Tuesday
n'ght from a business trip to Palsloy
and otlior southern towns.
John It. Luckoy; of PHnevillo, was
horo on Friday In tho lntcrects of his
candidacy for county assessor.
Tho Miller Lumber Company will
soon occupy Its now oftlco In tho old
Lara building on Oregon street.
Tho Louvro has boon closed for sov.
oral dayB this week owing to repairs
which nro being mado on tho Interior.
W. P. Downing has fitted out n
lumber olllco In tho bluldlng formerly
occupied' by tho Hond Sign Company.
Thero will be n meeting of tho La
dles Auxiliary Thursday afternoon at
four o'clock at the Commercial Club
room to make arrangements for serv
ing supper to tho men who will work
on the pnrk.
SNOW CEL SHIELDS
Blacksmith Shop
Near Eait End of New County Biidge
Wagon Work, IIorKeHhoeinjj
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
ANKER-HOLTH
SEPARATOR.
Self-Balancing Bowl
Self-Oiling Mechanically Perfect
At
N. P. Smith's Hardware
THE QUESTION' IS:
How are you going to get your
plumbing done In a thoroughly
efficient manneT? We can an
swer that by tc)llng you wnero
to get good plumbing done,
niGHT HERE. Wo are golns
to prove our statement by refer
ring you to hundreds of pleased
patrons, merely for the asking.
ilU
Plumbing, Roofing, Furnace Work, Sheet Metal Work
of All Kinds.
Central Oregon Plumbing and Keating Company
PHONE RED 11 J. E. ENGEDRETSON, MGR.
Mrs. W. G. Hastings left Monday
lilght for Hoston whero she wns call
ed by tho serious Illness of her moth
er. Tho members of tho Hond band nro
urged to meet at the baud room on
Tuesday night to practice for Park
Day.
H, E. Haker, of Haker's grocery, Is
enlarging his storo this neck and will
put in a now Banltnry refrigerator
counter.
The Tumalo Agricultural Fair As
sociation will, give a dance Friday
evening, April 14. Refreshments will
lio served.
Mrs. Frrnk It. Prince nnd son left
Saturday evening for St. Paul where
they will visit with relatives for sev
eral months.
The ladles Aid Society of the M.
E. church will hold a food salo on
Saturday, April luth, at O'Uonnell's
meat market.
G. II. Furst returned Thursday
morning from San Diego. California,
whero she has been visiting for the
past six weeks.
P. M. Polndoxtor, of Prlnovllle,
candldato for the democratic nomi
nation for tho olllco of sheriff, wns In
Hond on Tuesday.
Miss Mnrjorlo Honderson nnd trs.
G. E. Ilogrn arrived Saturday morn
ing from Powell River II. C. to visit
Mra. H. C. Norton.
Tho Ladles Altar Society at the
Catholic church will meet nt tho
homo of Mrs. H. W. Skuto tomorrow
afternoon nt 2:30.
Auno Hros. havo received tho con
tract for excavating for tho new Mut
zlg building ut tho corner of Wall
and Oregon streets.
A meeting for tho reorganization of
the Ilend Hod nnd Gun club will bo
held in tho Commercial Club room nt
eight o'clock Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wnldron, or
Cloverdalo wero hero on business
Monday. Mrs. Wnldron expects to
lenvo soon for Wnlla Wnlla.
Tho danco given at tho Grange
hall last Wednesday evening was en
Joyed by a lnrgo crowd of people
from tho surrounding country.
Dr. King and brother of Portland
visited with W. L. Cobb nnd fnmlly
last Saturday and Sunday with Uio
vlow of buying farm lands hero.
II. G. Hlackwcll returned Satur
day from Spoknno whero he attended
the district convention of agents of
Tho Curtis Publishing Company.
J. Alton Thompson, of Tumalo, was
In Hond on Saturday In the Interests
of his candidacy Tor the nomination
for county school superintendent.
R. E. Koon, who b Ut the Hond
sdwor system, has recently returned
to Portland from Everett, Washing
tot where ho has been employed this
winter.
Mrs. M. A. Ncely, who was called
to Hond lest week by tho serious 111
ncw of hep mother, Mrs. William
Douglas, has returned to her homo at
Imperial.
Willard WIrtz, district attorney
wrB in town on Tuecdny enrouto to
Prlnovljlo from La Pino whero ho
had been doing business connected
with his olllco.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Ileasley of
Portland nro being congratulated up
on the arrival of a baby girl. Mrs.
Ileasley was formerly Miss Gertrude
Mnrkel or Ilend.
Tlio Presbyterian Guild mot nt tho
homo of Mrs. Rosa Farnhanu last
Thursday afternoon. Twenty eight
mombors woro present. Refresh
ments wero served.
A meeting of tho street committee
of tho Ladles Auxiliary was hold on
Saturdoy afternoon. It wns voted
that street signs should bo painted
and put up Immediately.
Grnnt Raymond, formerly of Port
land, has opened olllces undor tho
name of the Central Credit Iliircuii.
In tho Art Shop building, ivhlch ho
will occupy temporarily.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Tooney, nnd
children of Powell Rlvor, arrived In
Hond on Saturday. Mr. Toonoy will
bo with tlio Hrooka-Scanlon Company
In tho logging depnrtnwnt.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Wnldron visit
ed In Ilend tho latter part of tho
weok. Having rented their ranch at
Sisters, they nro going to Wnlla Wnl
la, Washington, to spend the sum
mer. Passion weok services nt the M.
E. church beginning with Palm Sun
day lasting over Easter service eaoh
evening at 7:30 p. in. The public
cordially Invited. Franklin W. Kcagy
prstor.
R. W. Harvoy, of San Francisco,
arrived In Her.d Saturday morning
and oxpects to locnto here. Mr. Har
vey Joins his sister M'.sa Montolle
Harvoy, who Is with the Hond Park
Company.
Mrs. E. F. McKee has received a
clipping from n frlond In Chloago,
who has Just roturnod from tho
flghtlifg In the vicinity of Verdun, In
which ho gives his opinion that tho
Germans cen never take tho city.
Rev. II C. Hartrunft leaves tonight
for Stnnfleld, where ho will uttand
tho annual spring Presbytery of tho
Presbytcrlnn church, which will bo
held Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Rev Hartranft w'll return Sunday.
S. 0. Johnson and William Kelly
wero here for a few days last weok
Inspecting the new saw mills. Mr.
Johnson was one of tho owners of
tho timber now being cut In the
Shevlln operation before Its sale last
year.
Word has been received horo that
a successful operation was perform
ed on Mrs. Harry Wyse who has
been In poor healthy for nearly a
year. Mrs. Wyse Is the daughter of,
i Mrs. A. Moen. She la nownn Spo-jkane.
It. G. Kloppr general manager ot
tho Whlto Pine Sash Compi.iiy of
Spoknnc and the Jtend Whlto Pino
Sash Company, was In Ilend most of
last week making urrnngements for
the opening of tho sash factory. Mr.
Klopp returned to Spokane Saturday
night.
A. W. Finch, graduate of O. A. C,
who hns been appotntoil agent for the
irrigation Investigation of public
ronds and rural engineering depart
ment nt Paisley, spent Sunday in
Ilend, Mr. Finch will continue the
work which was started by Mr. G. A.
Greensley.
Tho Parent-Teacher meeting was
held Saturday afternoon nt the Com
mercial Club room. George S.
Young wns appointed to survey tho
school gnrdens. Tho next meeting,
which will he held on the second Snt
urday In May, Is tho annual business
meeting and election of olllcers for
thee omliiK enr. All members nro
urged to'be present,
To the following nervlccn nt tho
Presbytcrlnn church, wc most cor
dially lnvltp the public. Simdnv
Bchool nt 10 n. in. Preaching ser
vice at 11 a. m. Theniu: "The Effect
of Gospel Preaching." Preaching
service at 7: HO p. in. On Easter
morning we will celebrate tho sacra
ment of the Lord's Supper nnd llap
tlsm. A goodly class will bo receiv
ed Into church membership nt that
service. The Easter scr.vlco will be
hold In til" evening. "The Life of
Jecus, in Scripture. .Music nnd Art."
will bo the subject for the entire pro
gram. Wntrli for another nnnounce
ment next week. 11. C. Hartranft.
pastor.
For farm land loans seo J. Ryan
& Co. Reasonable, rates, prompt
service Adv.
LOST
AN AIREDALE PUP
L&ft Mondiy Night.
Finder phoiie The Slier-liri-Hiion
Co. nd obi tin
REWARD
FOR YOUR NEXT SU.1T
See DICK TEe Tailor
All Kinds of
CLEANING ANJ l-HESSINO
Phono Ulack 14 SI
Good Eats
Quick Service
Cleanliness
Variety
at the--
Little Brick
Restaurant,
CHINA
WARE AMERICAN
DINNER
CHINA
" in it variety
of shapes
and patterns.
A Long
line to choose
from.
Complete
Dinner Sets
or single
pieces.
For Economy Saie
Shop at
W
arner s
Bend's Economy
Center
i
An April Shower
of Easter Apparel awaits your
choosing at this Store
NEW Sl'HINO COLORS PHOENIX SILK 1IOSIEHV Guaran
teed, Hlack, White, Pink. Light Hints llranzc, Tan nt
per pair ST.'e, $1.00
CREPE KB HIIEN AND GEORGETTE CREPE WAISTS
This Season's latest designs S2.7.1, SI, Sl.'"0, !f!i.7!i
Tub Silk Waists s:.oo, s:i.rM
NEW WASH GOODS .ll'ST RECEIVED Including Voiles,
Mnniulnettcs in largo Moral pnttoms and wide bfind
stripes Theso goods ndded to our already largo selec
tion mnko your choosing en a lost hero Hy far tho lar
gest line In Hond Priced moderately nt, per yard , . .
11! )S 1 "'', IHc, 'Me, ll.V, :l.-t ."Wlc, title
Boys' Suits for Easter
New Rolled stylos at Sil.no, s:.7.", Sl.r.n, $ii.oit
1HJYS IIEIU'l'LES Sl'lTS With two pair pants, full linen,
Specially priced, per suit S.'.riO
ROYS NEW SPRING KNU'KERMH'KERS nt tho pair
(,-,c, 7.1c, SI, SI.'J.-, $l.."0
.MEN'S STAG TROUSERS IWION MADE Absolutely guar
anteed A full rango of patterns and sl.es Just re
ceivedPriced nt per pair S1..-.0 to $1.00
STOP AND SHOP AT
SATISFACTION WITH EVERY ITRCIIASE.
Go to tho Royal Cafo for your
dinner. Adv. tf
TIiq Amorlcan llnkory has n nice
lino of fresh home mado caudles, adv.
Four chairs at. your scrvfeo nt tho
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adv.
Lenses duplicated. Glasses repair
ed at Symons. Adv.
DANCE AT TUMALO.
Tho first of tho spring dunces (ik
lio given by tho Tumnlo Agricultural
Fair Association will bo held In tluv
hnll nt Tumnlo on Ap-il 14'. Thero
will bo good music and refreshments,
ndv.
A U T O M ) It I 1, 1 H TH PASSING
THROUGH TUMALO WILL RE
I'EIVE (X)UltTEOUH TREATMENT
AND EXCEITIONAL .SERVICE AT
THORP'S CONFECTIONERY. -Adv.
Men
Shop Cups
Cotton Gloves
Leather Gloves.
MuleMiltcns- -
Union Overalls..
Work Shoes
Dress Socks
Sport Shirts
Spring Caps
Summer Hats .
Silk Hats
Union Suits
Suit Cases
... 25c
. 10c
. - 25c
... 50c
$1.00
$2.25
- 12ic
$1.50
... 75c
... 50c
75c
$1.00
$2.00
Women
Silk Waists
Khaki Skirts
Linen Skirts.
Silk Petticoats
llurson Hose ..
Silk Gloves....
Emmy Lou's ...
Mary .lane's ...
White Tennis . .
Pique Hats
Lawn Waists...
House Dresses
Kimonas
$2.50
$1.25
$1.50
$3.00
.. 25c
.. 50c
$1.60
$2.50
. fi5c
.. 50c
.. 75c
$1.00
$1.50
Everybody
Comforters
Hlankets
Pillows
Hath Kohcs, up to
$1.50 $2.00 $2.25
$1.00 $1.25 $1.35
$1.25 find 2.25
. $6.00
EATS of all
Kinds at
SATHER'S
FREE! A BIG 25 cent L-V DUST CLOTH
TREATED WITH LIQUID VENKKK
Wrlti' your iiiinio anil nddnwi, lcluv mid piMtiit tlio
Coiimiii t till Mom next Friday mill )ou will iwolvit,
KNTIItllLY FREE, n llni', largo ! will lV '(ii'imiIIo"
HM Cloth tivuli! Willi Lliiilil Vi'iK'i-r, irotlilliiK ym
imrcluiM), lit lb" Millie tlmo, mill nil ((-ill ImiKIii of l,liillil
Vcnc-cr. TIiIh 1m ii sMH'lul oiler, iiutliori-il by llio Llipilil
Vcnit-r iilit nail llicy wilt nut allow Uifto DiM Cloths
to bo given mwiy ut tiny other time llinii llie day num.
tloneil.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
Name HEXD, ORE.
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