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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1916)
T,HE..nENll.nULLETlN, IlKNUf 4KK.f AYKPXKHDAY, APRIL 211, 11)10.
School' Books School Supplies
Ledgers Journnls Day Books '
Typewriter Paper Typewriter Ribbon
Waste Paper Baskets
Fountain Pens Receipt Books
. Pens Pencils
Office Supplies Invoice Files
REED & HOR TON
4 dend The 3oxa6 Store
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
F. X. liny was up from Tumnlo on
Alvln S. Hawk, of Fremont, was In
town on Tuesday.
Mrs. 0. J. Catlow Is reported to lie
III with tho grippe.
A. M. I'rlnglo went to Silver Laku
Tuesday on business.
II. K. llrooks spout Saturday In
Portland on business.
It. M. Smith left Sunday on a 1ms
Jncss trip to Portland.
Jess Wilt, a merchant of Sisters,
was In town last Friday.
Mrs. John 10. Ryan has returned
from her trip to Portland.
MIrh Mario Thomns, of (latowny,
was u visitor In Bond on Sunday.
II, M. Almetcr, a merchant of Tor
rijLonne, was In Rend over Sunday.
Ilev. 1). Loroe preached the sermon
Inst Sundny at tho Daptlst church.
Miss Mnrlo Ilutterflold has come In
from her homestead at Viewpoint.
Horn, to Mr. and Mro. Tom Mer
chant Tuesday morning, a daughter.
A. J. Kroenort returned Tuesday
night from a business trip to Port
land. Mrs. H. S. Pell rcuirncd Monday
from an extended visit In Los An
geles. Tho Commercial Club luncheon
will bo held ut tho Wilght hotel on
Mrs. M. H. Howell has made final
proof on hor homestead and return
ed to Dend.
II. F. Swingle, stockman of Fleet
wood, was a liuHlness vltiltor in llend
County Assessor II. A. Foster, of
Prlnnvlllc, was n luminous caller In
llend on Tuesday.
Tho llend high bcIiooI nine will
meet the Crook county high school
next Saturday at Prlnovlllc.
Airs. I. aura Heddlngton returned
Tuesday cvonlng from a visit to
thrco weeks In Portland.
Our Customers Don't Gam
ble with the appearance of
.Helling unknown, umidveitlscd nicrrliaiidlso U like trying
to cash an uncertified check It limy he good, lint nolxuly
knows It, Therefore, examine our Mock compare the clothes
possibilities you lime heen before, ullli ttiu clolbes eei-tuln'lie
j ou see here. Then le( your Juduinent deride. """
There Is one thing that A. I.. FRENCH Is doing and will
try to do, and that is to give etery umir Just what lie wains.
Nothing will Imj left undone to airlve at this end.
Wo would like you to be one of them whom wo would miw
isfy completely, with
ONLY TUB REST
roil MEN OF BVBIIV
TIIAIIB AMI LINE
A. L. French
is THE SPRING for
: 4bove illintiatica n a lfu rtprei'ntHion cl the mepti of tKii ipting.
E. M. THOMPSON
THE FURNITURE MAN
K. L, Clark, of tho l.a Plnij Supply
Coippany of La Pins, wp" a, business
visitor In llend on Monday,
X. II, Rogue, engineer In chargo Of
the Strahorn survey In Contral Ore
gon, vis In town on Saturday.
L. C. Oilman, president of'the Ore
gon Trunk railroad, was In Head on
Tuesday on n tour or Inspection.
The regular meeting of the Library
Club will ho held next Tuesday af
ternoon at the library at 3 o'clock.
J. M. Lawrenco of Portland ar
rived In llend this morning to ho
here on business for several days.
K. K. McKec left for Portland on
Sunday night for a short business
Charles Italloy, of Portland, Is vis
iting this week with Dr. V. 0. Man
ning. Ford Burgess, an Instructor In thu
academic department of Willamette
University, Is In Head today on busU
Mrs. J. Dawson arrived In Bend ou
Tuesday to Join Iter husband, who Is
chief engineer at the llrooks-Scaulou
Clark Paul, manager of tho Plo
neer Telegraph & Telephone Com
pany, of Prlncvllle, Is In llend today
Klntcr Ward left Monday night for
Ccntralla, Wash..' where he was call
ed on account of tho serious Ufncss
of his mother.
Mrs. Clarence L. Mannhelmer re
turned Sunday from New Orleans
where she visited for several weeks
J. W. Howard has oxchr.ngod his
ranch nt Terrebonne for timber land
near Eugene and has moved to thu
John Strlckllnr, nn employee of
tho llrooks-Scanlon Lumber Company
who Injured on Tuesday and taken to
tho llend hospital.
L. A. McKonzle has been awarded
tho contract for tho Btone work on
tho Central Oregon Hank building
and the Shrlncr building.
12. S. NlchoU, of Frnzec, Minnesota,
arrived last week and will bo Identi
fied with tho logging department of
Tho Shevlln-Hlxon Company.
llyron ailson. of Rltzvlllo, Wash
Ingto'n, nrrlvcd In llend on Sunday to
Join his father, E. I). Ollson, who has
been hero for Beveral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Egglcson and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rlchnrdson of Hums
arrived In llend on Thursday and
will reside hero permanently.
The Catholic Ladies Aid of llend
govo a dancing party Monday even
ing in tho new nddltloli to tho Unit
ed Warehouso Company building.
W. II. Skey, representative of the
tralllc department of the O.-W. It. &
X., arrived In llend last night and
left this morning for interior points
II. G. Klop, manager of the White
Pino Sash Company of Spokane, was
In llend last Thursday ou business
connected with tho llend Whlto Pino
Dr. II. O. Perry will hold quarter
ly conference and preach nt tho
Methodist church next Monday even
ing nt 7:30 o'clock. The public Is
Invited to attend.
Mrs. Ashloy Forrest returned on
Thursday from Des Moines, Iowa.
Mrs. Forrest accompanied tho re-
mnlns of her mother to Des Moines
several weeks ago.
M. E. church services will bo as
follows: Sunday school at 10 n. m.
Preaching 11a, m. Epworth League,
G:,10 p. in. Preaching service 7:30
p. m. F. W. Kengy pastor.
E. Mlllor, managor of tho Chewau
can Mercnntllo Company of Palsloy,
was In llend lost Thursday, Mr. Mil
ler has commenced nuto truck sor
vlco from llend to haul his freight to
J. P. Dion returned Sunday morn
ing from an extensive trip to Coucr
d'Alona and Ilolse, Idaho, and Hoker
City, where he, together with Fred
Ilorskotte, has saw mills under con
Mr, and .Mrs. w. I). Clark woro
over from their ranch near tho Tuiri-
alo dam on Monday. Their llvn year
old daughter, Ullmn, died on Friday
after an unsuccessful visit to n hos
pital in The Dalles.
The Daptlst Women will hold their
Missionary meeting on Thursday at
2:30 o'clock in the church, Thoy
are taking up the study of "Tho
King's Hlghwoy," nml everyone Is
welcomu and invited to hear the pro
M. J, Ileozer of tho firm of Ileez-
er Ilrothors, of Seattle, was In llend
on Monday and Tuesday looking af
ter matters concerned with the O'
Kane bulldlag. Mr. Reczer Is greatly
impressed with Fiend's advancement
In the, lust few months.
Mrs. Floyd Dement and her sister
Mrs. A. W. Downey, and llttlo daugh
ter, Madge, of Spokane, who hnvo
been visiting her for the past three,
weeks, left Sunday cvonlng for their
old home In Appleton, Wisconsin, to
visit friends and relatives.
Upon Invitation of the PrlnovIIlo
Royal Arch Masons u large number
of Arch Masons of llend will attend
the meeting of the Prlnevllle lodge
tonight. They are. J. C. Rhodes, J.
C. Davidson, C. M. McKay, Alfred
Hansen. II. C. EHIb, W. D. Dames.
P. C. Garrison, A. M. Lara, Tom Dwy
er, It. D. Miles, H. J. Overturf. E. M.
Thompson and X A. Southwlck.
Services next Sunday at the Pres
byterlan church will be as follows:
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Prcach-
llng at 11 a. m. Thome "The Sec-
ond Comineof Christ." This will be
the first sermon In a series on the
subject. Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
Theme "Probable Result of the
I European War." A eordlal welcojne
1 Is extended to the public to attend.
,11. C Hartranft. pastor.
According to a nowsptper clipping
received this week bj Mrd G V.' J.
Shrlncr, the will of the late Lieuten
ant Colonel Charles 11. Rogers of
San Francisco, was set aside on tho
grounds that Rogers was of unsound
mind when he executed the will two
months before his death last Febru
ary. The cstato Involved $;!0,00p.
Tho will was contested by Mrs.
Shrlner, Mr. Rogers' slstfr, white
she was In San Francisco several
months ago. According to the court's
.ruling the entire estate goes to the
The committee on co-operation of
the Oregon conference of Colleges,
comprising the bIx privately endowed
colleges of tho state, announce tho
offer of one scholarship covering tu
ition for one year to each stHudnrd
high school In the Btnte and one ad
ditional scholarship to each school
having more than 50 students In tho
graduating class. Tho scholarship
will be given on tho recommendation
of the principal of the school, tho
student being free to choose his own
TWO (fP.T SENTENCES.
llelng Intoxicated on the streets
Saturday cost Georgu Alverson nml
E, W. Gibson, loggers, the customary
$fiO nnd 20 days sentence, given by
II. C. Ellis. In addition both men
will face the grand Jury of tho Cir
cuit Court In May charged with
swearing falsely to nn nllldavlt when
applying for alcohol at a local drug
store. In both cases C. W. Ersklne
nppcased for tho state. Judgo J. A.
Eastes heard tho latter case Tues
A desirable bread knife free with
every annual subscription to The
The American Hakery has a nice
lino of froBh home made cnudlcs. adv.
cor.vrv seat hill fiJ!er.
SALEM, April 2G. A petition
asking for the Initiation of a law to
make Madras tho county sent of Jef
ferson county, was filed today with
the secretary of statu. It has moro
than 00 names.
Fresh tomatoes, cucumbers nnd
strawberries now ou the menu at tho
Cozy Restaurant. Old fashioned
strawberry1 short enko n specialty.
Chicken dinner. every Sunday. Adv
For farm land loans sco J. Rynn
& Co. Reasonable rotes, prompt
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo wish to express our deepest
thanks to our friends nnd neighbors
for their kindness and sympathy
shown us during thu Illness nnd
death of our five year old daughter,
MR. AXD MRS. W. D. CLARK
Adv. AXD CHILDREN'.
For the Boy
Kaynee Blouses and Shirts
For if lie wears them once he'll wear no other.
A SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED INCLUDES MLOUSHS OF
CHAMIIHAV Dark and light stilpod pureRlos nt .".((
Others In Crepes and Madras cloths, each $1.00
SHIRTS Chamhrays, Percales, Crepes, and Madras cloths
at ."tie, title, 7."e, $1.00
A FULL LINE OF HOYS' OUTING SHOES Moccasins, and
tennis oxfords, at (1.1c (o S-.l."i
HOYS' KI.OSEI) KKOTCII ATHLETIC UNION SUITS lust
like Dad's at .'lie
HOYS' KNIT UNION SUITS at U.V, ."Hie
HOYS' SUITS nt s:t, s;..-,o, s:t.7.-., SI, SI..10, S3, S.-.."i(,
HOYS SUITS, with two pair knlekorbockurs, full lined,
Specially priced at
Meet In Snther'B Hall Thursday
night, April 27, 8 'oclock sharp.
Dance will begin at !:30 o'clock.
IJrlng 11 friend. L. X. Klees. Adv.
A U T O M nilllilH TS PASSING
THROUGH TU.MALO WILL RE
CEIVE COURTEOUS TREATMENT
AND EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE AT
THORP'S CONFECTIONERY. Adv.
cd at Symons. Adv.
Dr. J. (1. Turner, formerly of
Lowo d. Turner, eye specialists
of Portland, will bo In llend at
Thorson's Jewelry storo Thursday
and Friday, Mny 11 and 12. Ho sum
and call nnd have your eyes examined
by a specialist of experience and
standing. TIiIh Is no side lino for
Dr. Turner devotes his entire time,
energN and effort exclusively to the
Far Economy Sale
We are prepared to show you a fjood assortment
of styles in most every "size. THE PALMER
GAHMENT will give satisfaction and combines
Style, Workmanship and Moderate Price. Here at
$19.50 to $30.00
MENS' SILK AXD POPLIN I
that lulling trip, priced at
lAT'S Ideal hats for work or
. . '..1II0'
YOU'LL FIXD HERE Completo lino of hosiery, underwear,
Stag Trousers, Work Closing. Hats, Caps, MERCHANDISE
OF QUALITY AT THE RIGHT PRICE
SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE.
eye. Ilia being educated In thu best
schools, coupled with bin many years
experience makes liltn'a safe person
for you to consult, No chargo for
consultation or examination. Satis
faction guaranteed. Atlv 8-10
The Woolen Situation
is Just This:
Normally In this country we raise only nbout half of tho
wool our mills consume. Tho rout of the world sends to
Ainorlitt evory enr 300,000,000 pounds, which Ih necessary
to maku enough clothing for thu people of thu United StatoH.
Thu prospect of tho removal of dutv on wool some threu
yearH ago reminder the growers of tho low prlcu of their pro
duct under tho other free wool'purlod, so that tho Hookx In
our country liovo been continually decreasing (lit) doimwtlo
Mipply Is thus still less ndeuato to meet our uueds.
.lust now there Ih an embargo ou wool MhlpmontH lo (bo
United Status from great wool producing round leu mid a
shortugo of ships to bring It to uh from other cuuutrltM T'ih
result Ih, PURE WOOLENS mo getting to be mighty sea no
articles; prices are soaring and rulum are not HiitUinctory.
in tjii: face or all these conditions we ark
STILL AHLi: TO II IIMSII .MKRCII XIlhE OF FAST tin
OltS, 1(1(1 PER CENT PURE WOOL, AT NO MATERIAL All.
VANCE IX PRICES, II.WIXG PLACED ORDERS .MONTHS
AGO, AND NOW RE(LIED WD Ol UERIXG
J. Capps &Sons Clothing) pure woolens
green HOOD Ovcrshlrts No Advance
P. Q. A. UNDERWEAR ""
E. A. Sathers
OCS ss rfOrC
i r io c S3 it :o c- ca?
boiQf2 55 Mdc
will act yon there without difficulty fewer blow-outs,
punctures better tread all around better service and
more mileage, We carry a full line of UN'ITEI)
STATES TIKES and TUHES.
Skuse Hardware Company
Fishing Tackle. Flower and d'arden Seeds.