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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1916)
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Get Your System in the
Best Possible Condition
WILL DO IT. Per Bottle $1
Walch For Our Big 5 Cent Sale on May 11-12-13
REED & HORTON
bend The ggcdtZ Store weuon
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
I 11 Johnson was In from Mllll
ui) on Mondny.
r.r r. C. Coo left Sunday for n
trip io Portlnnd.
lodge T. B. J. Duffy was a caller
In 'tuid on Monday.
v A. Forbes and II. II. Do Arraond
v tent Friday In Priiievllle.
n Informal dance was given at
the Knililoin Club Saturday.
Louis Dennett, of Medford, Is In
Hi'nd tills weok on business.
A Ii. French left Sunday on n litis
Int'ss trip to Portland and Seattle.
V I,. Irish left on Saturday for
a short stay In Cnmas, Washington.
C 51. Hodfleld and W. A. Nnnnoy
were up from Deschutes on Tuesday.
The Bridge Club will meet with
.Mrs J P. Kcyes on Friday, April 21.
M II. l)of,io, engineer In chargo
of tho Strnhorn survey was In Ileud
Sheldon Volkman, traveling freight
agent for thu S. P. & S. was In town
V. A. Soutliwlck and Clydo McKny
left today for a trip to Silver l.ako
Thu Commercial Club luncheon
will bo held on Saturday at tho Pilot
David Dfe Armond, a brother of II.
t Tin Ao.ttAn.l n eli.ul ntt Cli.n.tni. In
Mrs. T. W. Trlplow, or Welsor, Ida
ho, Is visiting thtH weok with Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Day.
County Commissioner Overturf vis
ited tho road camp on tho Cllno Falls
road on Mondny.
Bricklaying on the August Nelson
building on Hond street was begun
Tho Bridge Club was entertained
at the home of Mrs. II. V. Sktiso on
5Irs. 51. W. Matthews ond children
of The Dalles, spoilt Sunday In Bend
lth 5Ir. Matthews.
M, A. Homor and It. 1'. Jefferson
ot Seattle, arrived In Bend last week
ind will locnto here.
R, II. Post has returned from Cres
cent where ho visited his family for
short tlnio last week.
A number of Bend people atteTded
the dnneo given nt the Deschutes ho
tel Wednesday evening.
Mrs, A. G. Allen has finished the
term of school at Mllllcnn and mov-l
ed into town for the summer.
1 Mr ond 5Irs. C. A. O'Brien arrived
'rhursdny night from Gaston, Oregon,
ind will make their home here.
Frank O'Lnughlln, of Crosby,
North Dakota, has been In Bond for
teveral days studying conditions.
Carl Wodeckl, of tho Curl Wodeckl
Fruit Company of The Dalles, was a
hurlneas visitor In Bend on Tuesday.
Mr and 5Irs. Jack Stnnley enter
Ulned a crowd of young people from
Bend at their ranch Sunday evening.
J E, Parsons has recently arrived
from McCloud, Cal., to tr.ke a posl
tlon with Tho eiievlin-HUon Com
liny J. F Popo nnd family left this
"lornlng for Pocatello, Idaho, whore
1 'll be In business. 5Ir. Clark
pul, if Bend, Is the new manager
"Mhe Pioneer Telephone Company
r'ook County Journal.
O. C Hcnklo returned Friday from
Portland bringing with htm ti now
flvj passenger Stcnrns-Knlght auto
mobile. Tho 51 U Pino Iioosters. of 511111
enn, plan a picnic of Juniper Itidgc
north of tho Mllllcnn valley, next
Mrs. T. II. Foley returned Inst
night from Portland, accompanied by
her aunt, 5Irs. K. C. Hobblns, of
Tho Bond Company Is erecting a
building on Wall strrot next to Bak
er's grocery to bo occupied by Lyon
Georgo N. Whistler, of tho firm of
Prlco-Wnterhouso of Seattle, Is nud
ttlng tho books of the Bend Company
A number of Bend people went to
Tumalo Friday evening nnd attended
thu danco given by the Tumalo "Fair
Invitations hnvo been Issued for
tho ninth wedding anniversary of Mi.
and .Mrs. Georgo Young on Wednes
day, April IsT.
Phillip Brooks Is expected In town
this week to make final arrangements
for tho now hotel which ho and Frank
Sullivan nru to build.
Joe McKay, of Portland, Is visit
ing with friends nnd relatives this
week, 51 r. 5IcKny expects soon to
leave for .Montana to reside.
Fred Glonn, of Portland, rqprcsent-
Ing Keelor Brothers, wns here last
week on huslncsa connected with the
proposed 'Strnhorn bond Issue.
51. S. Lester, n .son of Sam Lester
of Silver Lnko, Is now working for
tho Pioneer Auto Stago and Truck
Co. at Bend. Fort Hock Times.
Dr. II. K. Thnyor, of .Medford,
passed through Bend today enrouto
to Paisley whoro ho wns called on ac
count of tho death of his brother.
Tho Presbyterian Guild will hold
nn Faster apron, candy and cfjoked
food sale In tho Commercial Club
rooms Saturday afternoon and even
ing. K. F. 5IcKeo has accepted n posi
tion with The Shovlin-IIlxon Com
pany and will begin his duties as
soon as ho can bo relieved ut tho
P. II. Polndexter, 5Ir. and 51rs. II.
51. Polndexter and .Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ireland of Prlnevlllu Bp.;t th week
end with 5Ir, ,and .Mrs. II. V. Poln
dexter. Lynn Nichols wns In town from
Bend on Tuesday. Ho Is looking for
sultablo horses to supply tho recent
heavy demand for tho army. Madras
5Irs. 51. J. Harvey, of Christopher,
Washington, arrived In Bond on Sat
urday to join her daughtor, Miss
.Montello Ilarvoy, of tho Bend Park
All members of the Bend, band are
requested to be at tho baud room at
8 o'clock sharp noxt TuebJny night.
Some Important business Is to be
Mr. and .Mrs. Nato Rico from Van
couver, B. C, havo been spondlng the
week end with Mr. and 5lrs. J. II.
Ilaner. .Mr. Rico Is an old schoomate
of Mr. lianer'8.
Mrs. F. L. Kellehor arrived Mon
day from Llbby to Join her husband.
5Irs. Kellehor Is foreman In charge
of the lumber yards of The Shevlln
Spring Brightens Things Outside Your Home
LET US BRIGHTEN YOUR
A new piece of Dining Room Furniture; u
Rocker Library Table -will brighten the
interior of your home. We are glad to help
you furnish your home on easy terms.
E. M. THOMPSON
TJ1E FURNITURE MAN
A. P. White, president ot the Nor
thern National Bank, of BemldJI,
51lnn., w,lth 5Irs. White nnd their
daughter, 5IarIon, visited friends in
Bend last week,
O. II. Erlcksan nnd J. Cllngnn, now
confined in the city Jnll after con
viction In Judge Enstcs' court' will
probably be taken to the county Jail
In Prlnovllle soon.
51rs. Kemp, president of the State
W. C. T. U Is spending a few days
in iienil. She held n meeting nt the
liojne of 5Irs. Chnrles Nlswongor-on
Tuesday afternoon. .
C. II, Bishop has recently complet
ed the work of landscape gardening
on the grounds Surrounding the
Brooks residence nnd Is now engaged
on the Lara grounds.
Rev. JI. C. Hartranft returned on
Sunday morning from Stnnllold where
he' attended', tjie spring annual meet
ing of tlio Presbytery or the Presby
terian church of EaBtorn Oregon.
H. G. Plymnte, n pnrponter or Pen
dleton and his family arrived In Bond
this week and will reside here. 51r.
Plymnto has purchased property In
Kenwood and will erect a bungalow.
5lrs. V. A. Forbes nnd Miss .Mar
garet Wlest ontertnlned Saturday
noon wjtli n luncheon. Those present
were- 5Irs. 11. J. Overturr. 5lrs. L. D.
Wlest, .Mrs. 51. (1. Coo, .Mrs. E. W.
Wnrd, and 5Uss Nell .Market.
II. C. Kills mndo n trln into tho
woods on 5londay to register men
on tho logging operations or The
Shevllii-Hlxon Coinpnny. ,Ho wns ac
companied by G. S. Young, S. 13. Rob
erts, W. D. Barnes and Ashley For
rest. D. F. Doherty of Vancouver, Wash.,
but recently or Bend, Is in our city
looking after some business Interests,
.Mr. Doherty Is well pelnsed with our
city and mny decide to locato hero
permanently. Harney County Tribune-
In honor or 5IIsb Ilogan nnd 5Ilss
Mnrjorlo Henderson, 5lrs. II. G. Nor
ton entcrtnlnod Thursday afternoon
with six tables of bridge. 5Irs. W.
W. Faulkner won the first prize nnd
5Irs. E. D. Wilson the consolntlon
Rov. E. II. Slettednhl of the Scan
dinavian-Lutheran church of Seattle,
arrived In Bond this morning nnd
will hold services In the Presbyterian
church at 8 o'clock this evening. Af
ter tho services thoie will be a Biiort
5Ir, and Mrs. II. W. SkiiBc enter
tained at dinner nt tho ICniblemi Club
Snturdny ovonlng, their guests being
Mr.'ond .Mrs. Frank Sullivan, Mr. nnd
5Irs. C. S. Hudson, 5Ir. nnd 51 -s.
51nrtln Kenileld, .Miss 5lnrgnret
Downs, Chns. W. Ersklno r.nd W. A.
P. W. l.ilr.n, logging superintend
ent of the Crookston Lumber Co.
visited the local Shevlln plant last
week. Mr Lnkln was' former! a
resident ur iieitd representing the
Shevlln lir -rests In the purchase of
Contral Oi "gon timber.
The IJeiul llrlck and Lumber Com
pany has placed the first order with
the Huffscbmldt-Dugnn Iron Works.
A. 11. Horn, malinger of the Bend
Brick & Lumber Company lias ordei-
ed n set or grates for the new boil
ers nt the brick yard.
Tho Scandinavian - Lutheran La
dles Aid met Inst Mondny afternoon
with .Miss Margaret Aune. Plans
were mode for n solo to be held in
tho fall nnd to that end the society
will do private scwllirt. Severn! new
members Joined the society.
The Ladles Auxlllnry or the Bend
Commercial Club will hold .a special
meeting next Saturday afternoon in
tho Commercial Club rooms to con
sider matters connected with the free
city dellver of mall. A full attend
ance of members Is urged to be
51r. nnd Mrs. H. K. Brooks enter
tained Saturday evening with n din
ner in honor of .Mrs. Hogan and Miss
.Mnrjorlo Henderson who are visiting
with Mr. and 51rs. Norton. Those
present wore 51r, and .Mrs. T. A 51c
Cnnn, 5Ir and 5lrs. II. G. Norton,
5Irs. llogiin, 51r. nnd 5Irs. II. K.
Brooks. Miss Esther 5Ioore. Miss
5InrJorlo, Henderson, Tlieo Norton,
David Sullivan and Walker Buswell.
Mr. nnd 5Irs. .1. H. Ilnner gave a
luncheon nt the Emblem Club on Pil
day In honor of Mr. and 5Irs. Arthur
White and their daughter, .Marlon, of
BemldJI, who wero visiting hero last
week. Besides .Mr. and 5Irs. White
and 5Irs. White, the guests Included
Mr. nnd 5Irs. Carl Johnson, 51r. nnd
5!rs. T. -A. McCunn, .Mr. nnd Mrs.
5Inrtln Kenileld, .Mr, nnd 51 rs. Rico.
.Mrs. John E. Ryan, .Alius Esther
Moore It. 1). .Mooro nnd 11. Lnthnm.
Expert watch nnd Jewelry repairing
nt Symons. Adv.
A V T () M O II I Ij I H TS PASSING
THROUGH Tl'.MALO WILL RE
CEIVE COl'RTEOCH TREATMENT
AND EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE AT
THORP'S COXI-T.CTIONERV. Adv.
ed nt Symons. AdV.
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN.
Notice Is given to nil contractors
and builders that no work should bo
begun on any building within tho city
limits of Bend until tho owner of tho
property has secured u building per
mit under tho recently enacted build
ing ordlnanco or tho city or Demi.
L. A. W. NIXON,
Chlttf or Police.
' TiSRlmViH: IK
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Ori 1 O
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
we will sell 25 trimmed
hats selected from our
$3-50, $4.00 and
$5.00 Lines, at each
Everyone wishes to be well dressed for Easier.
This Store offers many things to complete .your Easier Wardrobe
Ladles Stilts Stll.no to $!tMb
Ladles Coats 7.7. to ft t.,10
New Wnxli Skirts -Sport htylcs In Indian Head, Gabardines
and l.lneiie Priced nt Ml.a.-, SI. no. VJ, $'J!.n,
Now Sl) les In Wool Skirts .Mixtures i.nd Pnliu Bench cloths
nttrnctlvoly made, workmanship the host (no chargo for
alterations) at .sill, Sd.r.o, Sil.7.1, ST.r.O, $S
Sun Similes A new shipment of this season's stylus Just un
packed, every conceivable stylo no two nllko wo ndvls
an early selection while (lie nssortment is unbroken
The prettiest ones ulwuys go llrst The prices SI.U.1 to spl.no
New Knyscr' Silk Gloes for Easier Blnck nnd White wrist
length, nt the pnlr .toe
Kill Gloves Washnlilu kid gloves, In tun, white, pnlr . , ,.$l.no
Lisle (Jloes, per pair -.ie mill Jl.'o
Ladles ami Children's Ovfnnls Several tUylen hurt) for
EaBter choosing Prices the lowest,
STOP AND SHOP AT
SATISI'ArriON WITH EVERY pcrciiase.
Anyone wishing to rent a vacuum
cleaner mny apply nt tho Altnmont
for Information. 0-7e
For fnrm land loans see J, Rynu
&. Co. Rensonalilo rates, prompt
FOR ECONOMY SAKE
. BEND'S ECONOMY CENTElt
Tho past four months havo shown u decided Miiirlty
of ileiilius, due piliu-ipully In lbi shoitiige of d)i's. -
Tbo result lias been that otemlls have iiihiini'isl mill
iidkiiuei'd linlll today it Is practically liupo.slbli to se
ruio mi overall or any ifiil uoilli to sell for
as low, as I Dollar
We, bow ever, placed orders some l iiiontlis no for
fiitme delheiy for liuge Mocks of overalls; Hiese lmv
now iirilwd, mid it jdenhtt. us gienlly to In) able to sell
Reliable Overalls $1.00 Per Pair
We me Striving for .MEN'S lU'HIXKSS mid FAMILV
TRADE. ARE SEARCHING' (ll'T THE LOWEST I'OS
rilllLE .MARKETS AM) ARE (UVt.MJ OCR TRADE THE
MENEI'ITll''CISE lU'VINd FOR CASH PIRCIIASIW,
It will pay you
to trade at
irsiSSQ? Q QSiz?
will get yon there without diiliculty fewer hlow-onts,
pnnetures;--better tread all around lu-tter service and
more mileage, We carry a full line of UNITED
STATES TIRES and TUNES.
Skuse Hardware Company
Flower and Carden Seeds.