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THE BEND BULLETIN, BEND, ORE., WEnXESBAY, DECEMBER- 0, 1010.
If you are to be early, is the time to select
your Christmas Gifts.
We carry the largest stock of
VICTROLAS ?15, $25, $35, 40, $50, $75,
EDISON DIAMOND DISC, $100 AND UP.
EASTMAN KODAKS AND CAMERAS,
$1.00 AND UP.
CUT GLASS, PYRALIN IVORY AR
TICLES, WATTERMAN IDEAL FOUN
Toilet Sets, Brass Novelties,
Ever Ready Flash Lights, 75c and up,
Christmas Seals and Tags,
Dolls, Late Novels, Children's Games
Select that Victrola
REED & HOR TON
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
D. E. Hunter was registered at
the Hotel Portland last week.
Mrs. Q. II. Furst went to Port
P. E. LaFolletlo, of Crescent, was
in 11 end over Sunday.
County Judgo Springer was hero
on business yesterday.
John E. Ryan mado a trip to tho
Crooked river on Tuesday,'
E. 0. Rourk, of Crescent, was In
Vend Saturday on business.
Vernon Harpham returned Sunday
from a business trip to Portland.
Mrs. Prcd N. 'Wallace was up
from Tumnlo Monday shopping.
Coyotes aro reported as numerous
in tho Irrigated section oast of town.
Clnis. W. -Ersklno returned on
Thursday from 'a trip to Portland..
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Lovcrlng aro
Onow In Santa Barbara with Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Dlmlck.
Qeorgo Mlltlcan, of Mllllcan, was
n business visitor lu II end last Mon
day. W. H. Stnnts and family have gono
to Southern California to spend tho
Mrs. W. II. Martin loft last Thurs
day with her son, Harold, who has
J. Win. A. Ilusch, of Port Rock,
was In Demi Sunday and Monday on
D. E. Hunter returned Sunday
from several days business trip to
H. J. Suttong recently sold five
Hereford cows to Mr. Hoecli, of
Powcel Hut to.
13. L. Tono. M. IJalloy and C. P.
Bailey, of Sisters, woro In Bond
Thanksgiving and nttouded tho Dend
Bums football gamo.
Ross Farnham has moved his of
fice, to rooms In tho Central Oregon
V. W. Uurko returned Monday
morning from Seattle, whoro ho spent
Mrs. A M. I.nra has ncccptcd n
position with Larson Co., for tho
next fow weeks.
Francis Lamberty, of Springfield.
Oregon, has accepted a position with
tho Owl Pharmacy.
J. 0. Kllpack, of tho Roys' and
Girls Aid society, of Portland, was
horo on business Monday.
Clarcnco Mannholmcr went to
The Dalles Sunday night on business,
returning Tuosday morning.
Roy Ollson has accepted a position
In tho local postofTlco, his duties tak
ing, effect Tuesday morning.
Born, last Friday to Mr. and Mrs.
Burtoii Oney, at tho Dig River Rau-
ger station, n 10-pound duughtor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Hastings ex
pect to movo Into their now homo in
Uoulovard addition within tho next
Mr.anil' Mrs,U. J, Suttong enter
tained Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. EaHtcs and
MIbs Mary Coloruuli at dinner on
County Commissioner Ovorturf
wont to PrlnovlIIu this morning to
attend thu regular session of tho
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McKeo havo
moved Into their now homu In Park
addition, recently purchased from
J. A. Rrtnkluy ntid , Harold E.
Smith, of tho Deschutes National
forest, aro constructing a telophono
lino in tho Mllllcan valley.
Albert C. Ham and MIks Kathrcn
Knsprovltr, of Iluud, wura married
last Wednesday evening by Justlca
of the Peace James A. Eastcs,
Tho social meeting of tho Parent
Teachers' association, planned to bo
held, this evonlng, ha9 been postponed
until soma' tlmo after tho holidays.
J. P. Kcyes and T. A. McCann went
to Portland last night to attend a
special meeting of tho Western
White Pino Manufacturers' associa
tion. Prcd W. aicn, of Portland, rep
resenting tho Kcelcr Uros., of Den
ver, Colo., was In Uend Saturday In
connection with the salo of tho S tril
lion! bond issue.
John Snther spent several days
in Corvallls lust week. Whllo thero
ho was Initiated as an alumni mem
ber of tho Beta PI chapter of tho
Sigma Chi fraternity.
C. M. Allen, telephone expert, of
the District Forest office, or Port
land, left Sunday night for Portland,
after spending several weeks In Dend
and -vicinity Inspecting the telephone
system of tho Deschutes National
C. L. Simpson, who recently came
to Rend from Eckcrt, Colorado, has
taken tho position of salesman and
Lbuycr for ho Rend Flour Mill Co.
,N. ,A. Soutliwlck, who has moved to
Rcdnlnnd, Is no longer connected
with tho company.
Thu Ladles Aid society of tho
Scandinavian Lutheran church hold
their tuszaar Monday evening, Dec.
11, at 8 p'clock, In their new church
on Wall street. Auction salo and re
freshments served. Everybody welcome.
II. V. Perlngcr, an extensive far
mer, of Whitman county, Washing
ton, and his wlfo spent Sunday In
Rend visiting with Rev. J. S. Por
Ingor nnd wlfo. Mr. Perlngcr paid
Bond many compliments, and propli
ecled u good future for tho town.
The Methodist Ladles Aid will hold
their animal Christmas bazaar Tues
day morning nnd afternoon at E. M.
Thompson's furniture store.
Tho Baptist ladles will meet to
morrow afternoon with Mrs. T. II.
Foley, In a Joint missionary nnd sew
ing session. Everybody is Invited.
Tho Baptist Women's Union will
hold Its Christmas Bazaar next Tues
day morning and afternoon, Dccem
bro 12, lu Louts Bennett's store. Be
sides tho gifts to bo sold, tea, cof
fee and wafers will bo served.
for next seven days
Look ahead for Christmas, for that
Victrola, at Reod & Horton. Adv.
Wattorman Fountain Pens at Reed
& Horton, drugs. Adv.
Bulletin Renders iirc lml ted to Send
in Announcement' to Appear
in Hits Column.
Knights of Pj thins Sntlier's hull,
8:00 p. ni.
Council Meeting, budget matters
Council chamber, O'Kuiie build
ing, 8:00 p. in.
Prnternnl Order of ttisle Suth
ciV hull, N:00 p. ni.
Baptist Women's t'nloii Meeting
nt Mrs. T. 11. I'olej's residence, Si:itO
Ilcbeknli IkmIrc Sathcr's hall,
8:00 p. ni.
Masked OnniUnl Hippodrome,
Skating, O:0O p. ni.
Formal opening Drennt Theatre
O'Kniic building, 7: 15 p. in.
Preaching services In nU churches,
morning und evening.
Order of Eastern Stur Masonic
hull, 8:00 p. ni.
Moose Carnival Hippodrome, nil
11. M. iV IN Union Labor hall,
8:00 p. ni.
Baptist Women's Christinas bn
zunr Louts llonni'tt's store.
Moose Carnival Hippodrome, all
Commercial Club luncheon
Moose Carnival Hippodrome, all
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word.
For sign painting see Edwards.
Dr. Turner, tho well known
cyo specialist, of Portland,
will bo In Bend again Saturday, Dec.
9, nt Thorsen's Jowolry store. Ilcnd
nches relieved, cross-cyos straight
oncd, satisfaction guaranteed. You
could not make a moro appropriate
Christmas present than to havo your
children, father, mother, sister, or
brother's eyes examined by n special
ist of experlcnco and standing, nnd If
noeded, present thorn with an up-to-
dato pair of glasses, which will lib
durablo and lasting, nnd nt tho same
tlmo prescrvo their eyesight, which
is tho most proclous Bcnso they havo.
Dr. Turner mnkes no charge for con
sultation or examination, nnd most
positively will not recommend glasses
whero they aro not needed. You can
The "Spruce-up" Tree
U what we oil aur Chrlatmaa tre IhU Jr.
II nnd. Biiun U aeery man In lawn 10
pre.ent hlmlf with hla "kt apjuaiante"
at IhU frttlic HIM".
yieVK TltKED" A KULL ASSORTMENT
( the Ihlnra 'U U nttdln fram kal la
,h.. nd ja taaUf aelert theia tnm
our Ian tree-rail of "aelf.prewnla" wfclefc
hii been trimmed e.pUlljr far ran.
AI.I. 1IUASCIIES AHK HEAVY with hWr
rfaiherr, bul aur ChrUlmaa prltea '
uallr llhl IhU fear.
A man can never have too many ties, espec
ially when the bright-colored ties are now
so fashionable. See our complete line of
striped, figured and plain ties. We have a
splendid assortment, at all prices.
25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
A. L. FRENCH
I MEN'S FURNISHINGS
"THE STORK THAT SETS TUB PACE."
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In Shop now. We will store your purchases free. II
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1 Bend's Toy Center 1 1
T;he Spirit of Holiday
This store is a-hum with the
Christmas Spirit. At every
turn you will find suggestions
which are useful and attractive
and which will at the same time
appeal to your sense of economy
Early selection of gift mprchandise is ad
visable assurinf you of better selections
and better service.
Your attention is directed to our attractive
Irish Linen, Swiss, Crepe de Chine and Jap
Silk ; prices range from 5c to $1.00 each
LADIES' HAND BAGS
A large selection 50c to $5.50
LADIES' IVORY NOVELTIES
25c to $3.75
Include Powder Boxes, Hair Receivers,
Manicure Articles, Mirrors, Brushes, Trays,
Plain and Fretted for mending or sewing
of split bamboo, wicker, etc.; priced
25c to $2.00
Men's Neckwear 25c, 50c, $1.00
Men's Reefers $1.00, $1.25, $2.50, $3.75
Men's Felt Slippers 75c to $2.50
Ladies' Felt Slippers 75c to $2.50
Men's Bath Robes $3.75 to $8.50
Ladies' Bath Robes $3.50 to $7.00
Children's, Infants' Bath Robes $1.25, $1.75
All Wool Navajo Blanket Robes
$G.OO, $6.75, $8.50
Ladies" Umbrellas $1.15 to $5.00
Dresden Ribbons for Bags, Hair Bows,
etc 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, 50c yard
Ladies Silk Waists an ideal gift
$2.75, $3.50, $3.75, $4.50, $4.75, up to $7.00
It's Better to Shop Early, and Avoid the
Crowds It's Better to Stop and Shop at
order tliom nml lmvn tlioni delivered
at C'hrlHtmnK time, If desired. Com-
milt liltu. Don't forKut tlin iliitu.
Wear Barclay Corsets '
The Kind that Fit
Custom Corset . . $1.00 nnd up
Standard Corset . . $2.00 and up
Call and see samples at the
Next to the
IIOMESEEKERS LAND CO., Minnesota Street
E. A. Sather
Don't be disappointed again this year.
Choose your Christmas Ribbons early before
the color lines are broken.
35c to 40c Ribbons 25c yd.
Wide Hair Ribbons in exceptionally pretty
designs. Dark and light colors. Goood
quality. Grades worth 5J5e to 40c yd. 25c
Now is the time to get your narrow Holly
and Colored Ribbons for finishing Christmas
Turkish Bath Sets
containing 1 bath towel, 1 guest towel,
1 wash rag. Shown ,in blue, pink, and
lavender. Set...- $1.00