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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1916)
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Till: REND BULLETIN, 11KXI), ORE.. WEDNESDAY, AVG'l'ST .10. tOttl.
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re-creales all form!) of
VjS music bo that it in Im-
liosilbju to distinguish
the tones from the oilg-
inal. No other talking machine has approached the nccurncy
of tho EDISON in likeness of the reproduction of tho human
oice and tonoa of musical Instruments. '
THE EDISON IS A STATELY INSTRUMENT, BEAUTI
FULLY FINISHED, A VALUABLE ASSET TO ANY HOME.
REED & HOR TON
ExcJutive Agenli for Quid
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Earl Malkson has moved to Ter
rebonne. Mrs. C. S. Hudson went to Port
land Inst night.
.8. Murasakl is in Portland on
business OiIh week.
Miss Bertha Dlshon returned last
Wednesday evening from an extend
AS TIME GOES ON
the light of understanding grad
ually breaks forth in the fuel thut
QUALITY NOT QUANTITY
is the main factor in photoplays
that make for an evening's enter
tainment. Tho following list bos
for a showing at the Bend Theatre
bucauso they merit the stamp of
A detective story, skillfully woven,
with Fannie Ward In the lead, and
a Bray Cartoon. Tonight and
Thursday, 10c and Hie.
Little Mary Is kidnapped by Ital
ians and brought up us "Poor Lit
tlo Pcpplna." Disguised as a boy
she becomes a stowaway, a newsle,
a bootblack, and flcally but the
story Is too good to tell here, seo
for jourself Sunday and Monday,
Sept. 3d and 4th with Plctbgraph
Magazine. 7 reels, ID and 2Gc.
SNOBS-STARRING VICTOK MOORE
One of the best of four reel 'com
edies. Shown with the Mh chap
ter of "THE OIKL AND THE
GAME." Friday and Saturday, 10
Who, but Mary Plckford, could
play the delightful, coquetlsh, pit
iful, role of Madame Butterfly.
This is a wonderfully beautiful
picture, with a strong appeal to
children. Coming Sept. 10th and
D. W. Heeler has returned to his
L. Q. Grubn was a vlRltor from
Cloverdale on Monday.
F. L. Young, of Spreckles is in
Bend today on business.
Born ,to Mr. and Mrs. John Swlger
on August 24, n daughter.
H. W. Skuse left on Tuesday for
a business trip to Portland.
L. P. Hudson, of Oklahoma, is vis
iting his son, C. S. Hudson.
H. D. Mcllrlde. of Medford, was In
town on Tuesday on business.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Ketch,
um. this morning a daughter.
Ed Lamb, a well known Paisley
sheep man, Is In town this week.
Born to Mr. und Mrs. Chamberlain
in Kenwood, this morning, a girl.
Mrs. J. M. Lnwrenco und daughter
Marlon leave Friday for Portland.
C. M. McKay and J. C. HhodcB are
on h hunting trip in tho mountains.
Louis Bennett and family left on
Saturday night for a visit to Medford.
Miss Suslo Kelloy has accepted a
position with Tho Wnrner Company.
F. Q. Minor has returned from n
vacation to Portland and Bridal
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eastes nnd Miss
Elsie Olscn spent Sunday at llenhnm
T. A. McCann returned Sunday
from c business trip to Ltbby, Mon
tana. J. J. Klein is halng a sleeping
porch built on the rear of his resi
dence. E. M. Thompson left on Thursday
for a business trip to Portland and
Mrs. II. E. Storey nnd daughter, of
Sliver Lake are In Bend today on
Born to Dr. nnd Mrs. F. Wilson
on Thursday at the Bend hospital, a
Mrs. K, O. Minor has returned
from an extended visit with relatives
Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Tor
kelson, six miles cast of Bend, on
Friday, a son.
J. William A. nusch, odltor of the
Fort Hock Times, tpont Friday and
J. H. Corbett returned on Mon
day morning from u brief business
trip to Portland.
C V. Sllvls and C. E. Shephoid
returned on Sunday from a business
trip to LakWIow.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bon
bon, of La Pine, at the Bend Hospital
on Sunday, a son.
The Autumn Season .KT
with confidence owing to jjgf
our great supply of am- w iPb
munition in the way of U'MjM
If you'll bring jour bead here we 1) guarantee to fit It be
comingly at a price jou 11 be gled to pay. ... ,
Soft hats. too. In a wide arlfcty. to suit the season be
tween summer and autumn. S them in our windows.
A REMINDER. Just now we are having the hottest
weather of the season which necessitates, tho wearing of a
straw hat or Panama. In order to inMire yourself head com
fort you should take advantage of tU reductions we aro mak
ing in this lino.
(All our Panamas one fourth off.)
Any straw hat in our stock V ' " ' II'oo
Silk hats regular $1.60; value '.- lZ
A small assortment of summer caps rw"!-';,0
Black and white oxfords, per pair ..r-..,y. .w
A. L. FRENCH
1 MEN'S FURNISHINGS
THE STORE THAT JET8 THE TACE."
Air. nnd Mrs. Guy Mclteynolds re
turned on Sunday from n trip to
Portland and Seaside.
Ralph Polndcxtcr und Harold
Shuraway nro out on n hunting trip
In the Prlnevllto country.
Fred Reynolds, O.-W. R. R. N. ma
chinist of La Grr.nde, Is visiting with
his parents oast of Bend.
Work on repairing the residence
of Dr. B. Ferrell, which was damag
ed by fire, wns begun last wiek.
R J. McCann attended tho con
vention of the Poster Advertisers As
sociation held In Portland on Friday.
Mervln H. Horton, of Reed & Hor
ton returned this morning from a
three week's vacation In California.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II De Armond,
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Foss and Frnnk
May spent, Sunday on tho Mctollus.
F. W. Buswell, n Spokane saw mill
builder was In llend on Monday and
Tuesday, leaving on Tuesday even
ing. Mrs. L. D. Wlest, who has been In
poor health for soma time, went tn
Poitland last week for u few week's
Tho Presbyterian Guild will meet
on Wednesday, Suptemhor t, at tho
homo of Mrs. F. T. Parker nt 2
Mrs. T. Parker arrived last night
from Astoria to visit her son, F. T.
Parker of the Bend Wuter Light &
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo F. Hoover
returned on Tueslay afternoon from
an outing at their homestead near
A. F. Larson made a business trip
to Portland lost Friday, returning on
Sunday. Mrs. Larson returned with
ChaH. H. Burgrnf, an architect of
Albany, Is In town on matters con
nected with the new Bend public
Many Bend people are planning to
attend the big Labor Day picnic to
bo held on McKay Plots near Prlnu
vllle on Monday.
Mrs. Howard Primer writes from
The Dalles that her daughter Helen,
who has been taken thera for her
health. Is Improving.
M. D. Knutscn is having plans
drawn .by Edward H. Kcano, for a
new modorn six room bungalow to be
erected In Bend View.
W. F. Englo, traveling auditor for
the Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co., Is
In Bend this week on busincsti con
nected with tho company.
Francis Reff, who ran away from
home last wcok Tuesday, was found
vlsltln relatives In Portland and re
turned to town Saturday.
II. W. Graham, who recently pur
chased tho Wright Hotel, will arrlvo
In Bend tonight to make plans for
taking over tho business.
G. J. Cahlll, traveling freight ag
ent for tho Grnnk Trunk and Pacific
Coast Stenmshlp Co., of Portlond, la
in Bend today on business.
Dr. D. F. Brooks, of Minneapolis,
wns In Bend on Monday nnd Tuosday
on business connected with tho
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co.
Chns. F. Smith nnd family, of Spo
knno, have moved to Bond to reside
Mr. Smith hnH started tho erection of
a new homo tn Park addition.
R, L. Huffschmldt returned lust
wceek from Portland whero ho at
tended tho funeral services for his
father who died on August 19.
Frnnk Jennings, manager for the
Rogers Hotel Conrpany and Mrs. E.
Tewkesbury Golgor, of Spoknno, were
murrlrd last Tuesday In Spokane.
Chas. Judge, who was woundod
near Crescent by n bullet accident
ally discharged from the rllla of n
sheep herder, la rapidly improving.
Mrs. A. K. Edwards, who has been
visiting with relatives In Montana,
Nebraska and Wyoming for tho laBt
threo months, returned on Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Kdgur Gllson, of
Illtzvllle, und son Toddy rrrlved In
Bend on Tuesday morning. Tho Gll
son family will reside In Boulevard
The sunt of $8 In small change was
obtained by a burglar who broko Into
the Ilenti. Hardware Co., store Fri
day night. Entry was mado through
a rear window.
Miss Jeanette Coleman, who has
been visiting her sister, Miss M. E.
Coleman, left on Sunday on her re
turn to Chicago going by way of
tho Canadian Pacific .
Darrell A. Scars, the 17 months
old child of Mr. and Mrs, Tom Soars
died on Thursday of bowel trouble.
Mr. Sears Is employed at tho McKln-ley-Hampson
mill east of town.
Mrs. George Sharp, of Prinevlllo,
Miss Jean Morrison, of Portland,
Miss Harriett Pomeroy of San Fran
cisco and John Wheeler of Prinevlllo
were visitors In Bend on Sunday.
Fred Stanley and son Frederick
and Cornelius Stanley returned to
Portland last night by automobile
via the McKenzle Pass nfter a 10
days visit with Mr. and Mrs. J II.
H. II Lamping, . assistant sale
manager for the llrooks-8canlon
Lumber Co.. returned on Monday
from Spokane whero he attended a
meeting of tho Western Pino Manu
The following men from Bend hav
been selected on the grand Jury for
the fall term of the Circuit court A.
8. Collins, O. C. Hsnkle. Henry Van
Matre, George Bates, J. B.- Miner, R.
B. Gould and W. P Vandertert
Misses Myrtle and Lottie Pugsley
pawed through Bend on Wednesday
ou their way to Uellinguaro, Wash
ington, to enter the state normal
school. The Misses Pugsley are Bend
high school graduates of the 1916
Pnul A. Brooks, attorney for tho
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co., nnd Mrs.
Brooks nnd Miss Dolphin? Glllct, of
Minneapolis, arrived In Bend on
Monday morning. They left Tuesday
for n week's outing at the IKisltig
rnnch on the Metollus river.
There has been recehed In Bend
announcement of the marriage on
August 21 of Miss Mary Blnney to
James A. Garfield Davey. Mrs.
Ilavcy Is a sister of Mrs. 0. P. Put
nam and has visited here, tho last
occasion being In September, 1915.
R. L. Schee of Prlnevllle, secretary
of the Crook county Fair, was In
town on Tuesday arranging to place
the colors designating the through
auto roads on poles along tho way.
The through line from Wasco county
will be colored red, white and blue.
L. M. Foss, with Mrs. Foss and
their children, visited Mr. and Mrs.
H. II. De Armond hero this week.
Mr. Foss was formerly the traveling
agent of the O -W. R. R. N. Co.. with
headquarters nt Bend. He Is now
in a similar position nt Lewlston,
Friends of Father Luke Shcehnn
hao recehed letters from him post
marked Dublin whero ho hns been
for seeral weeks on n leave of ab
sence. Father Shechan reports tho
work of censors very effect (vo espe
cially withregord to letters written
by foreigners In Ireland.
Dr. J. H. Connarn, and Mrs. Con
mini, Mr. and Mrs, George Sellers,
of Chicago and Harry Wyse returned
on Tuesday evening from a three
week's outing In southern Oregon and
Northern California. Dr. Connarn
was successful In killing a llnu big
buck deer whtlo on the trip.
The annual picnic of the Presby
terian Sunday school will be held on
Friday on the lawn of L. D. Wlest In
Wlestorln. Children, patents and
others Interested nre requested to
bring Individual cups and lunches
r.nd meet nt tho Prcsbjtorlnn church
r.t 10 o'clock In tho morning.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Skuse, Mr,
and Mrs. Itobert II. Gould and Ward
H. Coble returned on Thursday from
Portland. Mr. Skuse says that tho
road over tho Cascade mountains
through the McKenzle pass Is good,
that tho road between the McKenzIn
Bridge nnd Eugene la fair and that
tho West Side Highway from Eugene
to Portland Is In fine condition.
VOCAL MUSIC CI.AKS.
" About tho middle of September I
will start a class In vocM music.
Those who are Interested may write
or call on me. Mrs. Franklin Thor
dnrson, Hlver Torrace. Adv. tfc
lOST OFFICE BOXES ADDED.
To caro for tho congested condi
tion In the local post ofuce, 120 new
lock boxes havo been added to thn of
fice during the last week. With theso
additional facilities the number of
boxen available Is 498. There is
still a demand for more than 200
boxes for which there Is not avail
nble speco In thn present quarters.
Tho Holp-n-Phone will bo sent to
r.ny address prepaid In Bend and vi
cinity on receipt of $3.00 Address
Tho Deschutes Merchandising C.,
Bend, Oregon. 24tfc
Buys any one
A GOOD LIGHT HOUSE
1 1 OT. ENAMEL DISH PAN
J GAL. OIL CAN
JO QT. GALVANIZE!) PAIL
QT. ENAMELED KETTLE
IS POUNDS PAItAWA.Y
A GOOD WASH BOARD
A IHGE HATH TOWEL
A .MUSLIN CORSET COVER
il SUMMER VESTS
LADIES UNION SUIT
LADIES ART SILK HOSE
F ECONOMY S.I.
Bed's Ecm7 Ctater
-Mothers will find here every need for her
boys or girls to complete their school outfit
ting. We are especially well prepared to
fill all your school requirements.
H8L&V'JUsWLl'lVfc. s B
UNEXCELLED FOR DURABILITY AND WEAR
Heavy weight triple kneo leathor stocking, pr 23c
Medium weight triple kneo leather stocking, pr. . . . .25c
Light weight for girls linen toe nnd heel, pair il5o
Double knee stocking for boys or girls, 2 pair Tc
Girls sntcen bloomers, pair "3c nuil !loo
Bo a and girls underwear nt, garment . . . .iWc, ROc, 750
Girls nnd Bos union suits nt, suit . . .'-'."c, flOc, $1, $t.CT
Dandyllue wash dresses, special nt, each 05:
KAYNEE BOYS WAISTS AND SHIRTS Excellent ma
terials and workmanship.
Waists at, each ni)e, 7Bo, 91.00
Shirts at each flOr, (, $t.K)
Boys separate kneo pnnts In beautiful all wool ma
terials, nil sizes from 4 to 17 nt pair ijll, JM.B5. t.KO
Others at. pair ."iOc, IOc, 7ffc-, H.Vi
Misses All Wool Peter Thompson Dresses nt if 0,75
LADIES NEW FALL WOOL DRESSES Just rocolvod
from Now York, depleting tho newest full motifs
made of dpendablu all wool and silk nmtorlulst M
a wide range of styleii, tn'lorod faultlessly
Prices ran go from $.7rt to $ 10.50
Select yours whllo our assortment Is complete.
Now fall dress skirts, all wool material yi.7ff $W.flO eu
ANOTHER SILK SHIPMENT Just unpacked. This
lot Includes tho new, Duuro do Paris, Plnltl Taffeta, Chif
fon Taffeta, Crepe do Chlens, Georgette CropeB, In nil
the new uutuinn shades.
YOU CAN SHOP DEST FOR THE LEAST AT
Watch Us Grow
Gosney's havo leased the Pierce
sand cavr. Tho bt sand on tho
market. Leave orders at Georgns
btrbor Hhcip. 24tf
Ml'SIO CiaSSES TO BEGIN.
Mrs. Ilernlcu Hulloy-Forrest an
nounces that her ulasstn In inuslo
will start on September 12.-Adv 2Ctf
GOOD MEALS AT THE
EVERYBODY WELCOME. MEALS 35c
Alice I). Spalding, Proprietor
UTZ & DUNN LADIES' SHOES
Wit pride ourselves as being fortunate In having swum! the ex
elu'hv Wiley for THE WORLD'S REST lint) of laillfH footwear.
Thf I'tz and Dunn Hho-a nre recognized oer whore na bolng BEST
l Ql ALITV, IIEST IN STYLES, REST IN WOIIKMAN'HIIIIV BEST
IN FITS. REST IN EVERYTHING THAT (JOES TO MAKE HONEST
nXrTWEAH. Theso splendid mIioch, from th hmirt of tho gr'utoHt
ladles shoo manufacturing city, Rochester, N. Y , are now h;re and
reud to walk out In style and comfort.
No. IttlOK) BliMk (.Yin Kid, 12
IiK'h Military lnco boot; white
stitched sta)H, camp nnd wing
tip, Coodjtnr wolt, full tenth
r heel. The utmost In ladloa
No, aJ017 Grnulno RiiMtinn
Colt Skin patent button with
J rench mat kid qutrtors. A
d-cldfdly new elongated last,
with beautiful Units, mado to
ti' on slendur foot. Sixteen
i-ighths heel, Goodyear welt
No. flufM.'l Patent ItUicr Rut.
ton Root with high grade cloth
topping A swell boot, now
lines, perfect &A Cfk
JiMIng, pair .. P,JW
.No. .'MJOIH Del. Kid mat calf
top button shoe. Decidedly
ubHtantLal, soft and comfort
able, good looklug shoes for
htoul people and Cj, f(
wide feet ipHP.VfV
No, tUUKSi lluwinii brown calf
button boot, 11 inch reading
last, plain too, Goodjreur wolt,
twenty eighths full leather heel
with beautiful Mllo buttonn to
match. Built on t? Cf
Military linos, pr. pJJU
No. ISO!) Id Black t.'om Kid 10
Inch Military liiro Ihi, new
stylUb lust, plain ton, halt
l-oulx heel A dainty soft pll-
ublo shoo, has tixcjutnlto linos,
will fit any atorugot
foot. Pair ..
No. .'XML'S Victor dull Mtl but
ton, plain ton, receding last,
Goodyear wolt. A high grado
tuTvlceablo khoo, rood linos,
wldo lasts & A Cf
No, nufttM (tin MeUil llHUru,
mat calf, medium heel, heavy
extension solo, cup too, n, ser
viceable, suuslblo, good looking
every day shoe.
FiH'des the styles' listed we
fctve several others. We have
brought to Bend a real city lino
of footwear Carry 11 in A, B,
V, D, and E widths and can now
fit your feet perfectly. Try Utx
& Dunn Hhots.
E. A. Sather