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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1916)
THIllIKNI) IIULLETLV, HEND, OHB. WEDNESDAY, JUNK JJ, HMIl.
-V--t -t-. jy inrM.....t..Wt- Kl frfSS
will be your .one
best pal if you
Will let it
To Held mid Mitnnii
I'or vtrck-cml milium
Ti Mountain mill laku
On hike or auto dip
Where cnn you nml u moro ncceptHblo country to
cultivate tho kodak hulilt than In Ccntrnl Oregon
Its scenery ofTers much to you Jf you will only scok
and find It.
The kodak way Is the best wr.Jr,
Wo do kodnk finishing. See our now lino of kodaic
REED & HOR TON
LOCAL NEWS ITEA1S
W. IC. McCormack was In town on
John Dubuls waB up from Tumalo
Uavltl Sullivan returned to Port
land Inst week.
A. O. Hunter returned from Port
land on Saturday,
C. E. Street of Ln Pine, was In
town on Saturday.
Thcro will ho n dance at Tumalo
T. A. McCunn went to Portland on
business Inst week.
Vernon Clovongor, of Mllllcan, was
In town on Monday.
Earl Houston went to Klnmath
Falls Monday morning.
E. M. Thompson la In Portland
this week on business.
Frank Jennings canio In on Mon
day morning from Portland.
E. N. Strong, of Portland, Is In
Hend this week on business.
I,. E. Smith and faiMly was up
from Itcdmoud on Saturday.
Fred II. Wilson wns n visitor In
town from Tumalo on Monday.
H. M. (Irelnor returned from Port
land on lest Thursday morning.
II. A. Stover went to Klamath
Falls on business Sunday morning.
Mr. nml Mrs. Carl JolniBon return
cd from Portland Sunday morning.
TO tho PUBLIC
THOSE BUYING ROLLER SKATES
for the Rink fire"' hereby notified that I will
not allow steel rollers on the floor.
,., ,. t f j
, G;'W;.Shriner :
J i .
i tunc) in .
Brandegec, Kincaid & Co., Qotlics
Where do you plan to spend '.the
4th of July
J ' Whether at homo or away we can fit you out so that you
V In KcepingkWith the Season
t J White and cream serge trousers $1.00
Ties, the largest and most complete line ever offored to the
'. taen of liend fc. s c to 75o
Sport shirty varlousstytes . j.i ,.a.3c tgfUHi
! Everythlngiini'spring and summer bats And caps, straws and
Panamas. j Jj t I
ft. L. French
' ' ' '
L. P. Itooney spent Sunday at tho
family horoostcad In the Mllllcan Volley,
II. J,' Dvenurf went to Portland
Tuesday night, returning this' morn
S. Murasnkt left this morning for
n week's visit In Portland and Se
Lyman Hnlrd, of Long Reach, Cn
Ifornla, Is In Hend this wee'k on bus
iness. Chns. W. Ersklne returned on
Monday from a business trip to Port
Mc(orgo P. Hoover has been in
Portland on business during the last
week. ' ' 4 '
Sam McMurtrle la reported to have
been sorlously 111 for tho last several
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Foley returned
yestorday from their trip to tho roso
Mrs. Frnnk Sullivan returned on
Tuesday from n visit In Soattlo with
Sheriff E. 11. Knox of rPrlnevIlln,
was a business visitor In llcnd on
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coombs loft
Tuesday night for Portland to spend
a fow weeks. .
Horn, on Saturday, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. i. O'Donncll, a nlno and a
half pound boy.
A. J. Kroenert returned on Mon
day morning from a several days
trip to Portland.
SJrs. B. V. Ward and son Douglas,
accompanied Mr. Ward on his trip to
Paulina on Friday.
Mr? aim Mrs. Harry Clant return
ed on Sunday from n short honey
moon trp to Portland.
Mr. mid Mrs. Clarence Mnnnholmor
went to Portland on Monday evening
to bo gona several days.
C. A. Carlson, of Sarlson and Ly
ons, plumbers, wont to Portlnnd on
Thursday, returning this morning.
Iluoy Iz Oliver, of tho American
llakery, havo Improved tho Interior
of tho bakery by tinting tho walls
Tho Oregon Trnnsfer Company has
purchased n now ono ton nuto truck
which 't will placo lu locnl Bcrvlco.
C. M. McKay returned on Saturday
from Albany where he attondedttho
meeting of tho Masonic Grand Lodge.
Mrs. C. S. Hudson wunt to Port
land Sunday night, taking hor son
Donald to havo some dental work
C. iV. Llnebaugh, postal Inspector
of Portland, was In, llcnd on business
connected with tho post office on Sat
urday. Mrs. O. H. Furst and 'daughter,
Eleanor, are In Portland this wook
visiting with MrB. Punt's mother and
' Dr. and Sirs. J. II; Connarn, Miss
Orota'Smllll and Loyd Maglll tpont
Saturday and Sunday at Odell lako
. P. O, Darnoll, tnnaaSor of ,tho
Udloiv Ment Co., of Portland, nrrtv
eii lu.tqwn this, moving on a busi
ness trip. , ....
FloTd Ilevnolds hai' been award-
-"--- . . .. ....
J odJ n scholarship, from tho liena nigii
r.i . ..(i-., it. i i... ..
scuqpi iq, vfintiiMBiiu, vJunorBiijr iui
M, J. Ward and family nre leaving
tomorrow morning for Cojur d'Alon?
Idaho, whoro they will mako their
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Ilrostorhous
returned Saturday morning from
Portland whoro they nttendod tho
Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Lawrence and
daughtor, Marlon, are oxpected horo
this week. They Intend to meko
their homo here.
Tho Ladles Aid ISoolettf of tho
Scandinavian Lutheran church will
meet with Mrs. Theodore Aune on
A party composed of Miss Cornol
la Wilson, MIbs .Orace Ward. I). M.
Davis and Robert ' Moore Bpent Sun
day on the MotoH'it.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James 8. Hunter, of
Monrovia, California, arrived on
Thursday evening to visit with Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Hunter.
Dr. David N. Roberg, stato health
officer, was hero early In the week
arranging for the appolnnont of
registrars of vltar statistics.
Mayor and Mrs. Esotes were en
tertained nt dinner Saturday evening
by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ilenson at
their home on Greoly avenue.
Thore will be a meeting of the
Ilaptlst Women's Union at the home
ot Mrs. w. w. i-auixner Tiiursuay
afternoon at 2 o'clock to sew.
Elmer Wilson, of HeldOregon,
and Miss Ilertha Malkion, were mar
ried on Juno 10 at the Methodist
parsonage by Rev. P. .JV. Keagy.
Mrs. II. J. Overturf with her two
children left for Portland AVednes
day night. Mrs. Overturf will un
dergo an operation before returning.
P. L. McKay came In from Port
land on Saturday to attend the an
nual meeting of The Rend Co, He
returned to Portland Monday night.
Mrs. George S. Young spent sever
al days lu Portland last week visiting
Miss Newton and Miss Ritchie,
teachers In the Hend schools last
Tho West Side Agricultural Pair
association will give a dance tomor
row night at Tumalo. A; largo num
ber of people from Hend expect to
Mrs. II. M. Smith left on Monday
morning' with her son Richard, for
Wellsvllle, Missouri, where she will
visit with relatives during the sum
C. H. Lane and M. II. Warner, who
recently came In from their home
steads In the Catlow valley, hav
purchased lots and built, cablus In
H. R. McLane. of La, Grande, a
graduate of the Oregon Agricultural
Cdljege, where he speciallied"In
dairying, Is now In charge, tbe-loi
ca-ljcrearaory. Mr. MeLaBe'wtuf for
wsfly with the Towosend-Creamery
C., pi .Portland,
T. A, McCann returned Sunday
from Portland with, a now IDlfl eight
cyllndor Cadillac cm' Ho drove In
from Tho Dalles, tf'pd reports tho
roads In good condition.
D. P. Drooks, of the Hroolts-Sciin-loti
Lumber Co., nrrlvcd on Sunday
and M. .1 Scanlon and II. E. (Upson
on Monday, to nttend tho annual
meeting of Tho Hend Co.
Miss Dorothy Schoolcraft arrived
In ' Hend Tlinrsdnv nVi'iilntr ft-iun
'Sand Point, Idaho, to spend her va
cation here Miss Schoolcrnft is tho
guest of Mr. nnd Mra. V. A. Forbes.
John Sfeldl returned on Saturdiy
morning fiom Portland where he nu
colnpnnlcd Mrs. Htoldl who was tak
en to Portland for treatment Mr.
Steldl ears his wife Is Bhowlng con
SIlss Hazel Thorson wn last week-re-elected
by tho directors of theWei
nold school to teach for the next
term Miss Thorson leaves tomorrow
for Monmouth, whero she will enter1
tho summer normal school.
Harrison Latham returned Mon-'
day morning from Portland, bring
ing with him his son John, who has
been In Arizona. Mr. Lathnnt mndu
tho trip from Portland to Rend lu
his Dodge roadster In 15 hours.
J. Wllllnm A. HiiBch, of tho Fort
Rock Times, nnd W. P. Arnold, of
tho La Pine Inter-Mountnin, wera
lu-rcan tatiirri.iy on tholr wuy to at
tend tho organization meeting of tho
Contrnl Oregon Editorial Association
E. B. Hrodlc, editor of tho Oregon
City Enterprise nnd president of tho
Stnto Editorial Association, spent
Sunday afternoon In Hend, hnvlng
coma up from Redmond whoro he at
tended tho meeting of tho Contrnl
Oregon association' Sunday morning.
Miss Lois Cobb cntortnlned with
u lawn breakfast nt hor home In
Wlostorla Monday morning, tho oc
casion being her fourteenth birthday.
Tho guests woro Gladys and Marlon
Sathor, Hetslo and Mnrlon Smith,
Nellie Leslie, Mildred Klein, Helen
Downing, Josephine Young , Ruth
Hr.rkloy, Evelyn Clark, Hazel Rnkes,
Zarah Knight, Donna Fleming, Mar
Jorlo Hoover, Patricia NlBwougor,
Ida Nlswongcr, Agnes Schwartz, Jen
notto KoyoB, Dorrls Patty, Mary Van-
dovort, Minnie Llnster, Emma Hen
derson, Ethel Swigcr, Frnuces Hey
burn nnd Dorothy Gorrlsh.
Dr. Ida Hehrendt, tho woll known
optician will bo In llcnd July 1, 2, H,
nnd 4, Thoto wishing their eyes ex
amined please remember these dates.
Wright? hotel. 15-174.
You can get delicious creamy
cottago cheese at American llakery
or O'Donnell's market. Ask for It. tf
OUEfiO.V FIRST W1IE.V PLAN
NING YOl'It TRIP WHY NOT IN
CLUDK TU.MAIX) ON T1IK DKH
CIIUTKH. EXCELLENT PIHHINO,
1I1UUTIKUL HURUOUNIHNaS Adv
, IVenbytcrlnn. I
To jho following services wo 'most
cordially Invite- tho public of Hchd
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Prrabh-
Ing at Jl n. m. Theme, "The Great
Tribulation." Preaching at 8 'p. m
II. C. Hartranft, pastor.
lllhlo school at 10 a. m. Prenchlnir
at 11 a. m. Young people's meet
ing at 7 p. tn. Preaching at 8 p.
m. Rev. J. L. Perrlnger, of Adams,
Oregon, supply pastor.
Sorvlccs of tho Scandlnnvlan-Luth-oran
church will bo held on Suudu);
nt 2:30 at tho McthodrU church.
A desirable bread knife frco with
every annual subscription to The
Womea'fJ -;Unlon Suits
lx)oso or tight kneo
low neck, per suit
Misses Union Suit s
Ivooio knee, low neck
Roy's Union Suits Kneo
length, short sleoves
big values suit
Mm'i Halbrlggnn Shirts
and drawers, all sizes
pi r garment
In Mid-Summer Reaclir
. hess This Store , :
For the hot days to come We are
offering Matchless Values inll
departments. It's real economy to
iraae nere. ome waay.
LADIES NEW -Tim DRESSES In ono nnd two piece
efTtctsi also khnkl outing suits iSI.no to !.."()
KNIT WEAR This department offers unusual values,,
Ladles union suits, cuff knee nnd lnco knee, nt'
suit .' smc, Jir.c, .-lOc, (10c, (ir.e, 7ffc,'aio
Ladles summer vests Hip, V2ie, l.lc, 'Me, 'Mv, JI.V-, noo-
MEN'S ATHLKTUJ INION WEAR, Cooprr't. Kenosha
KloM'd Kiotch nt , $t,oo, ."jit.no
Nainsook-check, Solsetto and knit tylen, Mch'h natnwiolc
union suits, spcrlnlly priced nt sue
Ladies' New Silk Sweaters
in all the New Desirable Sliada.
Ladies New Wash Corduroy Shirts
In Rose, Tan and Green
For the NHWI-ST TlllXfJS In QfALlTY MERCHANDISE
Stop and Shop at
Notice Is hereby glyen that the
Coupty Superintendent of Crook
County, Oregon, will hold the regular
examinations of applicants for State
Certificates, at Prlnovllle. Oregon, as
folowa: Commencing Wednesday
June 28th, 191C, at !' o'clock, A. M;,
and fQntlnuIng until Saturday, July
1st, 191C, at -I o'clock, p.tm. The
program Including each- day's sub
jects, .will be sent on request,
Jl H. MYEIIS. '
1G-I6p. ' 'Cd. SUperlnti'n'deht.
" lave your outing lpntliPH punu-p
at ('Dot Dainty's. Adv. . '
HOMETIIINfJ l-'Olt NmillNO..
Huwaro of tho man .who would glvo
you something for nothing. He must
charge you double for other arttcloH
to ntuke up tho loos, otherwise ho
would go bankrupt. 1 have no $lt
gold watches to glvo awny, but I hato
tho right prlco on my goods and fif
teen yours of exporlcnco ennblea mo
to gun rant oo satisfaction. Watch,,
clock and Jewelry repairing a, special-,
ty. Try me.
P. E. CHASBj
Tho Jeweler, Minnesota iMrcet, ono
door west, of Hand Prcus.T Adv l&ei
Wnnf Ads only ONE CENT a word;
AIIHOLl'TELY ALL HOI.H)
LEATHER, (H'ARANTEEI) T)
HE FREE 1'ltO.M ALL CO.MPO.SI
Ion, Cmnnn or I'iikId Itoaiil.
Of nil the good merchandise we have placed nt your dis
posal, wo particularly like to cspound tho mcrllH of our
I'ETEItH KIIOEH, knowing ns v.'o do tho honesty of their man
ufecturo, all upper stock being personally nnd especially se
lected and bottoms all tanned In genuine white oak bark so
lution No Wonder PETERS SHOES WEAR. WELL
WORK SHIRTS r 50c
lll.li: III. MM
onal experience, hav
Ing keen Judgment of
good values and ampi'
means to buy ndvnri'-ageou.ly.
We malntn'n n strut
ly high grade stock of
groceries. Our Mr. V.
A Suther Is n grocery
man of years of per-
E. A. Sather
REND'H PIONEER MERCHANT
Let Us Serve You
will pet you there without diflieulty fewer hlqw-outs,
punctures better tread-r-all around better service and
more mileage, We earry a full line of UNITED
STATES TIKES and TUBES.
Skuse Hardware Company
Fishing' Tackle. '-,w- Fldwer and Garden Seeds.