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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1917)
lll'.NI) IIIJIXKTI.I, I1KNI), OHKtiON, THt'UHDAV, (HTOIIKH IH, IIM7
You Can Buy Cheaper
Than You Can Bake
UNUSUAL VALUES IN
A Good Prescription can
be Spoiled by bad Drugs
While a common prescription can be
really inereifsed in ellloieney by supe
rior drills when cem pounded by our
expert prescription druggist.
We use Hie highest grade of drills in
all of our prescription work and no
prescription is ever changed by our
department without instructions from
the physician who wrote it.
REED & HORTON
T II Is R IE X A L L S T O R E
V to' " W
LOCAL NIOWS ITKMS
(From WVdnesilny'H Dally.)
Mrs. Tim! llnlco will leuve Hiitunlity
for a visit with frltiulu In Astoria
Tho Imliy hoy liorn to Mr iiml Mm '"-T Compuny.
('. A. Voutlorhi-lt'dlml hint iili;lil Svt Viirk City
K II. Ivoiiiut mill A. J. Monro worn
illicit hunting on .Mr. Moore's homo
I.. II. Ilollltlll, WllO llllN lll'fll ion-
ni-rtml with Tho Hhuvllu-Hlxon I.iiiii-
her Compuny, loft thin morning for
J Mr iiml Mm. Jom-ph Hmix-k have
returned to Culvtir. Thoy vImIIimI
their nun, l.i'o Hmnclc, during thu
limit (iii day.
1 Miss Mu I J ii llolvlo, who spent tho
summer In Heiid. loturned to her
ihomo In I'ortlmiil today.
Mr. mid Mm. (). M. rialbtirg anil
hahy vnniH In from' MotnlliiH thin
I niiirnliii: mid sjioul the dny In town
ki m i
j 'tfMffli''li' '' r WhIIh''" ,,,fl tM morning
ImaEsT C' ''WJtJw '"r xv"'",Ur ('ll' loWM' "' '"' ''"""
WJnlWBSfevMjHJ'' "'Kilt fr,,m Ontario. Canada, has
- - ' . .mMttiw' fc-
T7-, ,w -
- Marguerite Clark
j The Valeitiine Girl
Dulnty, diminutive Marguerite'
will uilil greatly to tlni Kiiiilur.
Ity ln galu-d In "Mlf (It-orgo
Washington" niul ".Snow Wliltu
Wlll'l) till' public view
The Valentino Girl"
A crook pluy that dlfTi'tnt
VICTOR MOORE IN COMEDY
IIHAY Pit TOfJHAPM
COMINfi OCTOMI It li-'M
Mary Pickford in "Tho
Why not be safe and save your money your
time, and at tho same time have the best?
There is no "Had Luck" or possible failure
when you buy your bread and pastries here.
You really will save money.
!r2M!2MliniVc Serve UCHIT LUNCHES
Our Hot Dinner Sandwiches Are Very Popular
THE AMERICAN BAKERY3
PHONE BLACK 411
pitnlml Mr. Htephi'iison to I.a Crosse
anil will atti'inl the wedding. Tliey
will rut urn In four dan.
' "J " JL-bj F B B
mM 'uJb S J J
KVi: HI'IJCIAI.IHT, of Portland
Visits Rend Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or Inquire of
U tiioiiso.v, TiiK .n:vi:i-i:n
kiiiic to I'rliiHVilln. lie 1ll rot urn
In a wttek niul may nuV peuuaiiHiitly.
K A. Kiici, of C'uNtitr uounly, No
hrnwka. who Iiuh Iiomii vIhUIiik Or.
tlray huvoral whoIim, witnt to Port
land tuilay. Mu will vldlt In that
city bnforo IimvIiik for hlit hotnii In
! Mm. J. C. Vamloviirt lull laxt nlulit
for Kiikdiiu to utlnuil thu ntatn con j
Ivfiitlon of thu I'ati'iit-Toacliurn' A-
II. J. Chutiownih, of (Ininilvluw, '
Nuunt thu ilay In town ulti'iulliiK toj
ifKUi luauorn tor inn irrii;auon out
trkt of which hu-lit pruHldnnt.
! Mini, .Miii'Knri't .Mulligan caiiii) In
from her hiiniutimtl up tho Di'Mi-liutix
, rlviT ami wait In town for tiio day on
A. II. Wright, who In coniu'ctt'd
with tho I'ortlnml hranrh of tho for
tHtry aurvlcii, arrlvml In town yon
tiirilay and wont to Davln I.aKit thlit
iii'irtiliiK. Mu wit, look ovor foroHtry
llflon IttMtiu, who put In an np.
pcaranrc too Into to ko out with thu
laitt draft tiutM, In wh'.uh li w.m
iIikIuiIihI, wiim yimttirday irlVHii a pliyii
I Iral iXKiuliiatlou and found duflcluut,
i On thU account hu will not uu Kent
to Aniurlcan l.aku.
II. M. HtKpliniiHiin Inft thin moruliiR
for l.a CroitHo, WaithluKtou, whuru hu
Ih to ho inarrlnd Suturday to .MIhh
Kiiiiua Carldou. Thu youui: uouplu
will inaku tlmlr homo In Doiul. II. C.
Satcrho and J. Iluiidrlckuon uecoin-
(I'rom Tuonday'u Dally.)
T. A. tiloy wiih In Itudiuoud to
day. J. W. Alhln linn boiio to Walla
A. W. Aya I upHiiilItu; Hovoral day
In Portland on InmlniiiM.
It. Wlllliimmni wim on thu train for ft,r hort time
MlnncapolU thlit mornliiK.
W. . Clarno, a xtockmau from
Ilniid, hail roiiu to Illulnck.
Ilurmati von Tlddlitmliir tipont tho
day In Iti'diuoud on IiukIikhh.
J. I.. HarrltiKton thU mornliiK
madu a IiukIuohh trip to Opal City.
It. V, Hart luid Koni) to linker
and will return In about a week.
Dr. M. V. Day In linn ;ono to lono
and will rut urn In about thrco wcekn.
Mrn. Kil. Bantry In In Hpoknno to
npuud four wckn with her dauchtur.
Mm. M. K. PlutiNko Ih In Ilwlmond
attfliidliiK thn Potato Show and vIhU
Mr. and Mm. ( A. Vondvrliclt onr-
ly thlit inoniliiK liwame the parents
of n hahy hoy.
Mm. (). I Kvort. of Addy. Wali
ItiKton, U vlMltlne liar parents here
K It ;
collection of Coats in
styles for all occasions
a variety ample to
afford a satisfactory
choice to women of
diverse tastes and
See them now, while our
assortmen is largest. All
so reasonably priced
$10 to $42.50
The greatest possible value
at every price.
Shall we be mere tender
with our dollars than
with our sons?
Right now is the supreme moment
for you to back the fellows over there
to your limit; they are fighting
your battles for you, help them tie
liver the goods. Every Liberty
liond now helps to end the war that
much sooner, helps to provide food
and comfort for the Sammies. Fig
ure it out for yourself, they are
lighting now for you, stand buck of
them with your dollars, come up to
the test and buy your bond today.
M. Kopiioy In on hl way to Kal
IhjioII, Montana, whore lie wait called
by thu lllni'Mt of hi mother.
Kx-Oounty Surveyor F. A. Itlco and
Mm. Itlfu were In town from Hod-'
niontl yesterday on business. '
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mc.Nctt have1
Kone to Astoria to visit Mrs. McNett's
brother, Professor I. A. HuntliiK.
Theodore Aune, who has been Ber-!
Inusly III with stomach trouble. Is
now well on the road to recovery.
Haymoiid Williamson has gone
jback to Minneapolis after vIsitliiK
his mother. Mrs. Anna Williamson,
, In llcud two months.
I J. 0. Whlttaker, of Hampton, has
purchased the Jou lluchltoltz place
two and one-half miles north of P. lot
llutte, and has moved onto his new
C S. Samuels, general niaiiaRer of'
the Ore;ou Mfe Insurance Company,!
Is In Uend for a day or two with Ash-'
ley Forrost, tho local roprntat!ve. '
Mr. Hamuels will probably leave Wed-
nesiiay mornliiK for Hums and Lake
For today's weather and the colder days to come
you'll need several ofithc.se Union Suits. They're
Carters make-quality all through. Can be had in
ullfcotton wool and cotton- all wool silk and wooj
and we guaranteelhe Rvalues and quality are com
Priced, at $1.50, $1.75, 2.00
$2.50, $2.75, $3.50, $3.75, $4.00
Coopers Kenosha Klosed Kroich Union
Suits for Men
$150 to $5.50 the Suit
Our Blankets and Comfort Stocks are
complete and afford values unequaled
STOP AND SHOP Al
tf THE SiTOKBI THAT SETTS THE PACC
r rm Tr,fTTTf'TrtriiTrrwfi'TMTriririfTr-"- v
With Your Savings
M-'rom Monday's Dally.)
P. It. Catton, of Portland, went to
Charles C. Hales Is in rortland on
a hrlef liuslness trip.
James Austin spoilt tho day
Itedmond on business.
Dan llourlftan and Tom Cronln loft
yesterday for I.akevlew.
W. Hoffman left on this morning's
train for Antloch, Nebraska.
A. C. Malln, of l'rIn;lo Falls, wont
to Mauiilii today on a short trip.
K. !'. Vauchan, state holler In
spector, Is In town for several days.
Mrs. P. I.. Youiir and son returned
from Portland, whero they passed tho
H. W. Harrison has rouo to Mad
ras whore ho Is staying with relatives
Floyd Drown is spondliiK n two
weoks' vacation In Medford' vlsltlni;
(loprKo A. Jones, of Doiul, was roB-
Istorod at Hotel Portland, In Port
Dowey Mattlson, of Mllldale, Ver
mont, is In I Until to visit his sister,
Mrs. A. Joffories.
It. E. Walthor, E, M. Williams and
A. T. Jones, of Seattle, motored In
from The Dalles yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson camo
down this inornliiK from Portland
and will romaln a .fow days,
Homor Abston and M. h. Cla.rU ro
turned to Madras this mornliiK nftor
spondluK tho weok-ond In llond.
Mrs P. O. QallaKhor is horo from
Vuneouvor, WashiiiKton, to visit hor
husband, Conductor Gallaghor,
Honry Smock, ot Culvor, returned
to hla homo this mornliiK nftar pass
ing aovornl dayB In Dond on buslnoss.
II. J., drlcq and Ernest Clom nr
rlvod hero from Spoltano yestorday
and oxpoct to remain hero for somo
C. V. Drown, of Kendrick, Canada,
is in town looking for timber to pur
chase. Ho will remain about two
Duy a Liberty Dond.
Cut This Out It In Worth Money.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with Be to Koloy & Co ,
2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago, III.,
writing your name and address clear-
lv. Ynn will rornlvn In rnlii.n n trlnl
package containing Koley'tf Honey
ami 'tar compound for coughs, colds
and croup; Foloy Kidney Pills and
Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold evor
q HERE'S THE IDEA, the boys
are expecting you to do your bit in
this fight they are doing their part
now your part is to buy a Liberty
ECONOMIZE JBY BUYING
Hurt Sclmffner & Marx $25.00 to $35.00
Suits and Overcoats z. r . ... Jr.
Gordon Ferguson Wool $ g.00 to $12.00
(Iuokinaws - -
Cooper's, Wright' and Royal Mills Wool Union Suits
$2.75, $3.00, $3.50, $4.50
MARTIN & CASHMAN
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Dutchess Pants I