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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1916)
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And Investigate our prices
before buying your groceries.
Wo can biivo you money.
P. B. Johnson's
Mllllcnn, Ore. Telephone
meeting next Friday
(Slicrtnl to Tho Uulletln.)
TUMALO. Nov. 20. Grovcr (Jcrk
Jnc nml 1'hll Smith roturnrd Satur
day from Wlllamotto vnlloy points. I
horo tlioy have uucii purcltasitiB
Mr. l)over, who ha lately bought
tho Statu ranch, locally known us
tho Wlmcr Klnt. Iibb takon possession
and will start farming on an extern
Sovoral Tumalo farmers who at
tended tho stock salo nt Iledmond
last Friday purchased cattle, among
thorn IjcIiik J. N. II. Ocrklng and
Orovcr and Hay Clerking, Mr. Har
per and It. u. niekongnr.
Mis. F, 13. Dayton has heon qulto
Hick tho past week.
Mrs. C. W. Allen and mother, Mrs.
Rcahorry, of Metollus, aio spending
tho week-end visiting friends In Turn
lo. 0. Hoard and sons, of Clovcrdale,
-ii ro throshlng In this nelghhorhood.
Jack Frost niught many farmers
napping and gut away with a num
ber of sacks of potatoes.
The West Sldo Ladles Club mot
last Friday afternoon.
Tho Tllllcum Literary Club will
meet Saturday, November 2li, at the
homo of Mis. It. U. rilckenger.
(Special to Tho Hullotln.)
IWUNOM-: FLAT, Oio., Nov. 1C.
A. IK Davis bad tho misfortune to
loso a horse this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Danlclson and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Man
nln aro in Ileud this week.
Danco at I'rlnglo Flat hall Novem
ber 30. Husket supper.
I'rlnglo Flat was well represented
at tho election. Wo need a voting
plaro nearer than tho present ono,
which moans u rldo of twolvo miles
or more and buck ovor roads that
aro not very good to somo of us.
There was no school election day,
Lester Hallmoyor, who was In
jured by a flying pleco of dynamite
cop, Is recovering.
Myrtlu and Lillian Daulelson
have hocn absent tho latter part of
this week on a trip to Dond.
Dwlght and Alfred Cottlngham
nml Clara Sottlomoyor aro back In
Mary Fryrear has returned to hor
school work after being sick a few
There was a largo attendance at
tho Council Club Friday night.
Thoro will bo a special meeting of
the Council Club next Friday night,
Nov. 24. Mr. Hlanchard, tho county
agriculturalist, will bo with us. Ev
eryone Is Invited to comu and hoar
(Special to Tho Uulletln.)
TUMALO, Ore., Nov. If.. Noll
ltay has Just finished threshing his
i;rop of rye. This rye, which was
rrcommonded by tho Michigan Agri
cultural College, has proved a biic
crss and will no doubt bo planted
oxtonulvoly fiom now on.
Sovernl auto loads from Tumalo
nttended tho big freo daucu and
ripening of the Munz Hardware Htoro
In Hodmond last Saturday night.
Tho Tumalo hall was thrown open
last Tuesday night and a number of
people gathered to await tho election
returns, A short program was pre
pared, as well as a nice lunch.
"Tho Merchunt of Venice Up to
Date," which was given by tho stu
dents of the Tumalo school last Fii
lay, was well rendered and proved
ii mm mi of revenue for tho basket
Somo of tho farmers aio contem
plating buying cattle at the Harris
And Miller auction salo, which is to
bo hold In Hcdmuud next Friday.
Tlio west sldo ladles will hold
(Special to Tho Uulletln.)
CLOVKHDALi:, Nov. 20. Mr.
nml Mrs. Harold Kline, of Mt. Vor
non. Wash., arrived in Cloverdolo
a weok ago Saturday.
Mr. Audrus had tho misfortune to
break his leg between tho kneo mid
nnklo a weok ago Friday, whllo ho
was getting his cattle in from thu
Mr. Noblu, of I'rlnovllle, was a
dinner guest at H. J. Skoltou's Sun
day. Dean Vnn Matro helped Mr. Gottor
dig a well last week,
II. 0. Cllno has been doing somo
carpenter work for Mr. Dalloy the
Mrs. Waltor Grant, ono of thu Sis
tots' school teachers, visited from
Friday until Sunday with Van Ma
tres. Dean Vnn Matro nml Hay Arm
strong went to Hedmond Saturday
after cattle that were bought at tho
Rev. Illulr ami llluckmau hold ser
vices at the Clovordalu school Iioiibu
Wednesday and Thursdoy nights.
Mr. Hesse has contracted with Mr,
Stuldam to dig n well.
A few of tho Clovurdnlu young peo
ple attended thu danco nt Slsturs
(Special to Tho Hullotln.)
LOST CHUIJK, Nov. IB. Mr. nml
Mrs. J, H, Wlogul and son, Howard,
left for Tacoma last Friday, where
they expect to spend tho winter.
ltecco Smith and Kdgar Llvcsy
have returned to the valley, nfter an
absence of sovoral months.
Miss Eva Sturgls, of Suntcx, is a
guest of Mrs. J. H. HnsBler.
C. 0. Ashby. who has boon work
ing at Spraguo, Wash., for sovoral
months past, has returned home.
S. W. Host was a visitor at Huck
Creek tho latter part of Inst week.
Mr. mid Mrs. I'nrrott returned
from Hond Tuesday with a load of
furniture and groceries.
Gus McLouth mndo a trip to Kgll
G. It. Young Is hauling straw from
tho Hall much near tho Gnp.
II, Kinsman hns gotio to Spanaway,
Wash., to spend tho winter.
Mrs. C. C. Rhodes is on the sick
list this weok.
Hen Rhodes enmo In from I'rlno
villa to make final proof on his
(Special to Thu Hullotln.)
POWELL HUTTE, Nov. 20. S. D.
Mustard's sulo on Wednesday was
not very well attended, tho weather
being extremely cold. I'nrt of the
stock only was sold.
J. F. Price nml Earl Saundors went
to Portland tho enily part of the
woek on n business trip. Mr. Rico
returned on tho night train Friday,
but Mr. Saunders preferred tho day
light trip, coming n day or so later.
Tho Cob-web social, given by tho
Shephuid school, was u very pleasant
affair. The box lunches netted tho
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A Few Thoughts for
We have just opened our
with a complete line of
Elgin, Waltham, Hamil
ton and Howard Watches
nt prices never before equaled in
Bend. We lmvc u line selection
of Diamonds on display. All pri
ces and sizes. First class watch
and jewelry repairing. All work
Suits for Every
in grays, blue serges and
brown and mixed patterns
$22.50 . $17.50
$20.00 g $16.00
Dress Shirt specials, fancy pat
terns, sott and laundered rough,
neck band and collar attached.
JUST RECEIVED a new line of OC CA 1 fc 1 Afl
Thanksgiving Neckwear at.. . . Z.JC, JVC 3XIQ. q I .UU
The Golden Rule Store
Formerly H. R.E1NGOLD COMPANY
Corner Wall and Minnesota Sts.
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Rugs and Tapestry
I have just received another
consignment of BRUSSELS
CARPETS, RUGS and TAP
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This is a rare ppportunity to
furnish your office and home in
a most artistic manner.
My present location is Room
3, in the Bend Company build- v
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Come and see my BEAU
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. of . which are from my own
factory and my own designs.
ISAAC E. MEZRAHI
Formerly of Brussels, Belgium
ROOM 3, BEND COMPANY BUILDING
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