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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1916)
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Tuff IIK.M) UULlAm, 11KNI), ONE., WEHXK81UY, MAY JIV1010.
' Remember that the
, is at hand and that we can
supply you with many
necessities for it.
We can suggest muny ,
invaluable articles for
the medicine chest.
REED & H.OR TON
H. M. Grolner has ncccptod n po
sition with Tho Pond Company.
Claudo Mannhclnier went to Port
land Sunday evening on business.
, Sirs. S. Mcintosh has opened a
frutthnd cigar stand on Wall sheet.
Miss Donnio Hess leaves tomorrow
Tho members of tho graduating
clnss or tho Mend high school were
entertained on Friday evening by tho
management ot tho Ilend Theatre. '
Mr. and .Mrs. It. Q. White left on
Saturday for Portland. Mr Whlto
expects to bo associated this summer
with tho Ulllson-Whito Chnutnuiiua.
for her hnmn In Win If mil Mmitnnn.
,,. T , , , , ... '" o. leinoni return a on
W. L. Cobb nnd family have mov- Tliurstf rom Portland whero she
ed to their homestead for a short was colled on account of the death
bend The 5feqfc store oreoon
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
T. J. Murphy is reported to bo
John Dubuls was up from Tumalo
A. O. Walker of Alfalfa, was In
tonn on Sunday.
E, U Clark, of La Pine, was In
tonn on Sunday.
Alphonso W. Aya camo down from
La Pino Monday.
Dorsoy Helslng was over from tho
Mctollus Inst week.
H. J. Ovorturf went to Sisters yes
terday on business.
Tho work of oiling tho streets was
completed dn Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. F L. Shaw were over
from Sisters on Monday.
II. Sphler this week purchased two
acres of land In Lytic Acres.
John Combs waB a Pond visitor
from Prinovlllo on Sunday.
Mrs. L. P. Iloonoy was In from her
Mtlllcan homestead last week.
Mr. arid Mrs. John 13. Itynn went
I to Klamath Palls on Thursdny.
Jlrs. W. J?. 3)oudlai
' Wishes to Jtnnpunce to the H'ubllc thnt Shi .
lJ UJ . . LU j.
Lri A nrtstpnnp . A ip.nji.tn
in the Qawrence Building on Wall Street
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I BAKERY GOODS ICECREAM
GREEN VEGETABLES FRUITS
Tj J Boirir
111 Vall Street Lawrence DuilJint' Bend, Ore. I
of the Workingman are
the Needs to which we
give our closest attention
Till: IinilfiHMAX loggers shoes have no
equal In tho market. They will stand the test
of nil kind eof wear and weathor and will
nover give foot trouble.
KLK KKIX .XI Jiri.K SKIX SIIOHS
A most suitable shoe for Inside factory work
light and easy on tho feet. S nntl $: v pair.
AVOHK 8HIHTS May we Impress you
with the fact that our lino of work shirts will
moot every requirement. We have a very
largo assortment of all slxoa in n SO cent
garment. They will not be this price very
long. A slightly hotter quality at l"c mill 7.V.
KHAKI THOL'SKIW Tho very best for
hard service. Per pair SI.SM $l."ft
KHAKI XOHKOI.K COA1H . . . . W and Utt-BO
Hi:iI)IXn A large lino ot most, sultablo.
Bedding for camps.
Largo assortment of wool and mixed wdol
trousers, extra good values $2.
H L. rrCIlvIl Furnishings
Frank Sullivan returned on Tues
day morning from a business trip to
W. II. Martin is building n modern
six room bungalow and garaga In
Miss Gertrudo Hanks left Tues
day morning for her homo In Snn
Guy LaFollottc, editor , of the
Crook County Journal, was in town
H. P, Smith has been awarded tho
contract for plastering tho now Mut-
T. II. Foley plans to Icavo with
Mrs. Foley for Portland on Monday,
going by auto.
The Commercial Club luncheon
will bo held on Saturday at Uio Pil
ot Butte Hotel.
Tho whlto pelican, which was seen
In the river lost week, left for tho
south on Friday.
Tho Ladles Presbyterian Guild will
meet with Mrs. H. I). Ford on Wed
nesday, Juno 7.
A. L. French Is remodeling tho
interior of his store to mnko room for
an enlarged stock.
Mrs. J. H, Stanley entertained a
company of friends at tho Emblem
Club this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sutton, of
Burns, wcro in town on Sunday and
visited with friends.
Miss Mnrgarct Downs left Tuesday
morning for a vacation with hor par
ents In Boise, Idaho.
Miss Luclllo McKay loft last night
for California whero she will spend
a part of her vacation.
Miss Inez Peun leaves tomorrow
morning for n summer vacation with
hor parents In Indiana.
Tho Ladles of tho Methodist Aid
give a cafeteria dinner tonight In tho
Commercial Club rooms.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. J. Pugsloy and
family loft Tuesday morning to ro-
sldo In Diamond, Oregon.
Mrs. C. E. Nichols Is leaving on
tonight's train to spend a month vis
iting relatives in Poitland.
F. S. Francis left Saturday even
ing on n vacation to Portland and
Walla Walla, Washington.
Services of tho Scandinavian-Lutheran
church will bo held on Sunday
nt 2:30 at tho Methodist church.
C. C. Cogswell, recently of Itny
moiul, Washington, hns nccoptcd a
position with tho Oregon Trunk.
The Ladles Library club will hold
a regular business .meeting on Tues
day nt threo o'clock at tho library.
F. F. Hetishnw, of tho V. S. Geo
logical Kiirvoy, passed through Bend
on Suuda onrouto to Klamath Falls.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold K. Smith of
tho Pino Mountain ranger stntlon
have been In town tho Inst few dnys.
A party of Itedmond moil, Includ
ing M- A. Lynch, C. II. Irvln and Jnr
ed Moore, was In Hand Monday night.
John W. Swyer, of tho Huron
Milling Company, pasod through
Uond onrouto from Portland to his
Paul Ollson hnB recently arrived
hero from Illtzvllle, Washington, and
will tnko n position with A. L.
Miss Daisy Stuart Is In town ths
week from hor homestead nnd hns
returnod to hor iKwItlon In Judge) Ki
Epli. Miller, mnnagor of tho Clio
waucan Mercantile Company of Pau
ley, was a business visitor In Ilend
Alfrod Sullivan, of Port Angolos,
Washington, arrived In Bond on Sun
day and will take charge of the Sul
Secretary of Stato Hon W, Olcott
nnd family returned on Sunday even
ing to Salom lifter a short business
visit In Bond.
Tho Baptist Womon's Union will
hold Its regular mlslsonnry meeting
Thursday nfternoon nt 2:30 o'clock
at tho church.
P. Blalsdoll, of Christopher, Wash
ington, is visiting with friends In I
Bend. Mr. IllsUdell camo overland
' The Ladlos Aid Society of the Joan.
dlnavlan Lutheran church will meet
with Mrs. J. P. Johnson on Monuuy
at three o'olock.
Mlsa Helen Thompson, who has
beon visiting with Mrs. N. V. Heed,
loft on Tuesday morning for hor
home in Burns.
Mrs. A. G. Duncan and Mrs. II.
Horton of Seattlo, passed "through
Bend on Sunday with Dr. II. M. Hor
ton enroute to Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Ward. Misses
Bonnie Hess, Myrtle I'ugsley, Lot
tie Pugsley and Obert Illloy spent
Sunday at Crane Prairie.
J Mrs. Hugh O'Kano this week pur
chased a new 48 horsepower seven
passenger Paige automobile through
the Bend Garage Company.
The Bulletin has received a copy
of "The Index," the neatly printed
and attractive annual issued by the
Redmond Union High school.
of her brother, who died on Mav II
Hunter & Stnats have greatly 1m
proved the appearance ot poiuo of
their vacant property recent lv by
having all brush and other debr a re
moved. G. W. Cheney, who will havo
chnrgo of the box factory at tho
Shevlln plant, has purchased the un
completed Parsons' house1 In Park ad
Homo mndo baked beans and
brown bread Tuesdays and Satur
days. Dot Palnly. Adv.
A largo assortment of copies of
selections from light operas at Day's
music store. Adv.
a Don't forget thnt Dr. Turner
f3BK2the well known cyo specialist
of Portland will be In Ilend
again Saturday nnd Sunday, Juno 10
11 at Thorson's Jewelry store tlnd
every 30 days In future. Hendnches
relieved, cross eyes straightened, sat
isfaction guaranteed. Examination
and consultation free, Dr. Turner
Is n specialist of experience nnd
standing and you will mnko no mis
take In consulting htm. Don't for
got tho date. Adv.
Suitable Material for
Home and Street Dresses
P. E. Clidsc',1 JeWor.-'lins' return
ed to Bend. I am pleased to an
nounce to the pcoplo of Bend and vi
cinity thnt I have returned to Uond
and will open up a Jowelery storo In
tho Oncll building ono door west of
tho Bend Press Juno 1st. Fifteen
years of experience cnnbles mo to ns
suro you that my work Is absolutely
first class. I will npprcclnto a share
of your patronage nnd gunrauteo sat
isfaction. Yours truly,
13p. P. H. CHASE.
The woman, in planning her
wardrobe, will profit by pro
curing her requirements in
these fashionable materials for
street and house dresses.
The values are special.
ini)SWAXTi:i i-'on paixtixo.
Tho director ot school district No.
01 (Plnlnvlow school) will receive
bldB for painting tho school houso nt
tho regular school meeting on June
10, 19 10, nt 2 o'clock. Bids are do
Blrcd on tho following bnslH; two out
sldo coats covorlng 2,100 feet each
coat, inside, about 2,100 feet, ono
coat, celling nnd sldo walls, COO feet
of wnlnscoatlng, stain nnd varnish
combined, 1400 feet of rubbcrold
roofing nnd small belfry. Tho dis
trict will furnish nil oil, pnlntH nnd
stnln. Bids should bo mailed to 11.
L. Glllett, clerk, Tumalo, (1) to do
work with prcpnred paint; (2) to
mix paints nnd do work. Tho dis
trict reserves tho right to reject nny
and all bids. 12-11
TURKEY DINNER j
( UCUMIIHK CIlltAM
(WACKItlNK AMI BOSK
and lots op hvhky
FOK ECONOMY SAKE
New 30 Inch Cord Vollo nt a.!e
j'&oV Jtitich Whlto tinbnrdlne, beautiful lino, twill,
snow whlto finish, vnrd :ioe
New SC'inch Uepp Mercerized ynrd. . . . , :trc
New 4 Cinch Mercerized Lin weave, elegant silky lln
Iflht 'for waists, drtsses, lingerie, nrd '15c
Now 3(5 Inch Llnweno Nainsook flnlsh, extra special
value, yard ir,
A 'variety of printed voiles, some shadow striped, ;IC
and 40 Inch, si different from tho ordinary kind
white, pink and bluo grounds, ynrd Sflp
Marquisettes Printed, jatd :irc
New AunliiK Striped Middy cloth, for middles nnd
skirts, 32 Inches wide, ynrd alio
Awning striped wash skirts at !j!2.0(l
Whlto Wash Skirts of Gabardine S1.7B, $11, Jiili.nt)
Whlto wash skirts of Jeans nnd Indian Head $1,125, $t..10
Kha)ci Outing Suits
Consisting of middy nnd skirt, of good quality Khnkl
Jeans, all sizes; suit 1.7."
Now Organdy nnd Vollo blouses Plain nnd embroid
ered In dependnblo wash material especially
priced . . . , !j!t.'J.1
Others at $1.30 ami $1,7.1
Stop and Shop at
THE COZY. i Cozy IloHtaurant. Old fnnlilonotl
Fresh tomntooH, cueumberH and strawberry short cako n specialty.
strawberries now on tho menu nt the ' Chicken dinner every Sunday. Adv
CLOSING OUT SCREEN
We have on hand, it mixed n.ssorlmciil of
Screen Doors, Ciinip Stoves, Hum Push Uroonis,
Ihindle Forks, Hand I lay Hakes, Tenls, Hoat
Oars, Garden Sprinklers, Etc., anil to close them
out quickly, we have
Marked Them Away Down
'J-(i-(J-(t Screen Doors, were Si. OS, now. $1.00
4-1 Iole Camp Stove, were 81. 7-J, now .. $1.45
Hickory Hum Hrooms, yverc T.'ic, now 50c
2(l-ineh Ilund Hay Hakes, were 7fie, now . 25c
1-Tine Humlle Koiks, were !u, now 50c
8x10 Wnll Ten Is, were $7.50, now $6.25
0 ft.-G Hoat Oars, were $!.."(), now. $1.50
Jl-Gal. Garden Sprinklers, were iWc, now 50c
WY Lio Jfi. udinCI mV:kciia.v..
- fa. nohU TwllfT
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will get you there without difficulty fewer hlow-outs,
punctures better trad all uround better service ami
more mileage, We carry a full line of UNITED
STATES TIKES ami TUBES.
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Skuse Hardware Company
Fishing Tackle. Flower and Garden Seeds.