The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, February 14, 1918, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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FEBRUARY
RECORDS
ARE HERE
IIKNI) DUIiliKTIN, IJKNJ), OltKOON, TIIl'ltHDAY, J'HHIUJAItV It, HUH
NEW SPRING GOODS
are on the way from New York
All the little odd lots and Winter Garment! must
he Hold out before the new goods arrive.
Batteen Petticoats, extra quality, black and
colors, sold elsewhere at $1.50 and f OC
$1.75, Our Price l
Black Satleen Bloomers, heavy mercerized Sat
teen ; sizes 4 to l years, C f
qpi.vfai. tJvJC
You'll find at this store something
new every day. Drop in any day
and we will treat you right.
New Silk Petticoats
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COME IN AND
HEAR ALL THE
LATEST RECORDS
VICTROLAS
$20 to $110.00
EASY PAYMENTS
Reed & Horton
'Vlilli t
Limited number of Ladies' Suits and Children's
Coats at Less than Manufacturers' Cost.
The Peoples Store
Cic Store That Sells For Lets
New Silk Flounce Petticoats, wear- 1
Priced at $2.50
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wmliiumluy'ii Dully.)
Hlgurd KollfBoii went to I'rliiuvllln
today.
John .Minder In hero from Portland
. lookltiK over limit.
""" " V, U. Ilayloy, of I'urtluiiil, lit a
vlnttor In town on government lunil
IiiisIimmii.
George S. I'oarco, editor of tliu
Mmlrnii Pioneer, In n business visitor
In town today.
J, I-'. Short nml two noun wero In
yitntitnlny from Opal City, ruturnlni:
homo last night.
YnHtarilny a hoy won horn to Mr.
ami Mm. Joo Petreuovlch. Tho Imhy
In thnlr (IMIi chllil.
Mr. anil Mm. K. V. Houghton, of
Croncftiit, camo through llend today
hnfortt going to Thu DiJIcn to vlilt,
Miss Hollo Green will npcnil thren
week In Tho DnllMi visiting her In
to r. Shu wont north thli morning.
J, 1 1 Ilium, of Heattle, who has born
hnro on business connected with tho
lumber Industry, wont to I'ortlund
today.
J K .Terrell, who him been hnro
from Hiilitin lookliiK for u locution for
ft carpenter shop, returned today, Mo
inuy return In thu spring.
V. O. Htoelo mid family loft thin
morning for l.owlston, Iduho, where
they will Hiittln down on u furm. Thoy
caiiiii hunt two mouths uko from Vir
ginia. Mr. and Mm. Dale llarker and son,
John, tiro on their way to thulr old
homii at Hiiiidon. 'I'liny lived In thin
city eight ynam, comlni; In I'JIZ from
Coon county.
Mm, A. It. Davis, of Prlnnvllln,
roluriKtl homo today after passing
thrno weeks with hor parents, Mr.
and Mm. K. I). Coy hit. Hor small
non wun with hnr.
Tho meeting for tho formation of
u poultry association, planned fy
tonlKht, hu been 'postponed uml will
Imi hold next wciik, Thurnday, Fobru
ary 21, In tho council room.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Mm. M. Taylor Is In Tho Dalle.
F. K. Htudnhukor, of Itudmond, wan
In town today.
Alliort Mohlur and family, of Iti'd-I
mond, spent tho day In town.
Minn Margaret Thomiinou returned
from lluriin yesterday evening.
C'lydo McKay returned thin morn
Iiik from a business trip to Portland.
Mm. M. W. Knlckorliockur wan u
vlnltor In Homl, from Slntom, yester
duy. C. J. Btnuffor rnino In from Btauf
for yesterday and went on to Prlno
vlllo today.
Mm. A, J. RlaiiKhtcr In In Metollus,
whero iilio will ho tho guest of her
sister a week.
Mm. W. C. Illrdnall In liack from
Ilrltlnh Columbia, whuru nho went on
a pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mm. J. M. Ilttdnon arc
moving to Portland. They camo to
Ilenil lout Juno.
Mm. C. L. Warner wan a passen
ger to Thu Dalles today. Shu had
been hero on a vlnlt.
M. K. Martin wan in from Glut yes
turdny arranging for hli public sale,
to bo hold Fobruary 20.
J, l. Turrell, of Portland, and J.
I.. Rchad, of Salom, wore In town yes
turday and havo Kono on to II u run.
Mm. Mabel Kllno and nmall son,
of Iti'dmond, wero in town yesterday
on business, returning houiU' thin
morning.
Mr. and Mm. A. A. (Jllmoro, of
Mllllcan, went to Iika today, taklnic
with them Mm. I.ovo, who will tench
school there, and her son.
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Are You Ready
-FOR SPRING?
It's coming, for the robins tux here ! Spring cleaning is at hand and you
will want your old furniture repaired and .some new pieces to make the house
spie autl .span. Investigate our Easy Payment Plan.
Come In- WE HAVE THE GOODS -See Us First
Minn Inez Anderson, who lion been
staying with hor sister, Mrs. W. C
Dlrdnnll, loft last night for Portland.
She will attend school In that city.
Mrs. I.una Savaco camo In from
Itlloy yenterday and went on to Wa
tn Ic on thn morning train. Sho has
been spending tho winter at the for
ni er placo.
An automobile party composed of
Airy Fos, of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs
Mootn, J. F. Foss and James Foss,
all from Terrebonne, pasBcd yester
day In Ilenil,
II. F. Illfe, who has been hero from
Shclton, North Dakota since Sunday
looking over his property, left for
Portland thin morning. Ho will go
cant again nhorlly.
The Ladles' Aid of the First Scan
dinavian Lutheran church will meet
Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at Mrs. U.
Ferrell's homo at tho corner of Haw
thorne and Harrlman streets.
,,. -W, M. Cayton, of Hedmond, has
Just had a letter from hln son, Itoy,
now somewhere In France, saying
that hu Is welt. He enlisted last
spring with the quartermaster's
corps.
The meeting of the Parcnt-Toach-
jors' association, which was postponed
f.nm Inal h.aaI. ...Ill t. . &.!.. .
v.... ...Hi nt-.R, s in uu iiem tomor
row night In tho high school. All
parents of students are especially In
vited to ottend.
L. L. Orr, of this city has Just re
ceived word from ono of his sons,
Luther, stating that at the time of
writing ho was about to leavo an At
lantic Iiort. Annfhnr inn u-hn Inlnn.l
''ilia navy with his brother last spring.
left a Pacific port In December.
New Silk Waists
QurJ'New Silk Waists are here-the
quality kind
Priced from $3.50 up
95c KNITTING YARNS95e
The bt quality knitting yarn. 4-ox. hank, special at 95c.
Knitting Needle. 14-inch celluloid, each 25c.
Spring Dress Materials
We have received a beautiful collect
ion of new patterns in 36-inch spring
dress materials
Per Yard 75c
g Hurry in today and be fitted to that new pair of
Queen Quality Shoes
STOP AND SHOP AT
Where Everybody 'Craia
The Dining Room
Chairs $2.15 up
Tables $12.00 up
Buffets $22.50 up
SPECIAL!
Sanitary Couches....
$7.50
Davenport $10.50
Dining Suites ..$31.75
and up.
The Bed Room
Bedsteads $8.00 up
Dressers $13.00 up
Chiffon iers..$15.00 up
SPECIAL!
for the kids.
High chairs $2.25
Iron cribs $7.50
Kid's rockers $1.75
SPECIAL!
Ivory Bed Room Suite
5 pieces $59.50
Just what you want.
The Parlor
Axm'ster Rugs $32.50
Brussels Rugs ..$21.00
Grass Rugs . ...$11.00
The'Kitchen
Charter Oak Ranges,
the Old Reliable,
Special, at $69.50
Your Credit Is Good.
SPECIAL!
Library Tables ..$8.00
Chiffoniers $15.00
Linoleum, per yard..
75c and up
SPECIAL!
The "Treasure" Kit
chen Cabinet Re
member the wife !
Only $14.50
(From Monday's Dally.)
h. I). Low siient tho day In Dos
chiitos. Dan IIoIhIiir was In from Matollus
Saturday.
MIim I)aly Cartor Is visiting In
I'rlnavlllo.
J. II. lloyliurn passed tho day In
Tho Hallos.
Goods New and 2nd HandlVe Buy Your Old Furniture
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BRING US
Your
'Pictures
and have
. 'them
FRAMEp.
THE
Standard Furniture
COMPANY
fletf lofljc liberty Theatre. BEN.D, OREGON
WE WILL
Repair
Your
Old
Furniture
SEE US 1
J. HurrliiKton, of Opal Qlty, was In
town ovor night.
Mrs. W. It. Lawson, of Hedmond,
wH'b visiting In town todny.
H. C. Schutnarlior and W. N, Drown
woro In town Saturday from Hed
mond. J. I.. Walton Is hack In llond artor
n aix weeks trip to Portland for his
health.
Mrs. O. A. Thorson. who has bje-i
seriously 111 recently, Is much Im
proved.
Mrs. Carl Johnson Is In Portland,
whom sho will spend u couplo of
months.
Miss Mnbol Grant spent Sunday at
her homo In I.amouta, returning this
morning.
J. W, Scott Is hack on his ranch at
Deschutes after belag hero over the
week-end.
Mrs, Ueorgo Oolilon camo In this
morning from Hedmond to spend tho
day In Ilenil. .
J. 11. lloyliurn Is nwny on n short
trip to Spokano. Ho left on this
morning's train.
M. Wayno Chnso and J. I), dates
woro in from Hedmond today on
school business.
Miss Eleanor Whltmoro, who has
boon passing a week In Portland, ro
turnod this morning.
A. n, Colo, representative of tho
Underwood Typewriter Company, Is
In town for u fow days.
J. II. Harris and A. II. Harris aro
in from Homstod and will work hero
tho romnludor of tho winter.
John Morol! has gono to Portland
to remain thoro pormanontly. Ho
has been In Uend the past six months.
Miss Grace Klggs, of Hedmond,
vlsltod Miss Mary Fryrear In nond
Sunday and returned to her homo this
morning.
Mrs. K. D. Adams camo up Satur
day from HMlmond to visit her bis
ter Mrs. K. H. Kdmonds. Sho went
back this morning.
Julius Opperman and family art'
new arrivals In llond and will make
their homo here. They camo In from
Spokano yestorday.
Xiiw Is tho Time to Ho Carvful.
Avoid Imitations or substitutes,
got the genuine Foloy's Honey and
Tari and you have a cough medicine
you can depend upon. It gives prompt
rellof, clears throat, loosens phlegm, '.
soothes, heals. Checks coughs, colds, I
whooping cough, la grippe, bronchial
coughs. Contains no opiates. Sold
everywhere. Adv.
Who Is Plercy & Sons, Tutnalo?
Adv,9i
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DR. TURNER
Eye Special ist of Portland
will be in Bend again
Tuesday and Wednesday
February 215 and 27, at
Thornsen's Jewelry Store
Consult Him
ARNER
BEND'S ECONOMY CENTER
s
Economize on These
Buy Them Here
11.00 WILL HE GIVl'N to each of kv
crul fchuolboya who will deliver coplr
of tho CurtU jiubllcatlunt to cmtomera.
Only kchoolboyii clean, irentleraanly
ami ambltloiu nml apply. The 11.09
U In addition to liberal cuh proflU and
many other advantage.
Apply ta 1IBNJAMIN GAltSKE.
Chinaware
Crockery
Glassware
Silverware
Tinware
Enameldware
Kitchenware
Cutlery
Remember we Specialize at these
Prices, 5c-10c-15c-25c
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J$3i&ii.-,.""-rT
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