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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1918)
1IHNI BULLETIN, I1KN, 0HKG0N, THURSDAY, APRIL ill, 10l .
BICHLORIDE OF MERCURY
Kills All Diseases
of Seed Potatoes
Get Any Quantity ut
Reed & Horton
THE REXALL STORE
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesday's Dully.)
Mr. (Hid Mn. Tliuinna Wolla loft
at nlKht for Hiioliuiin.
'fl Olaf lliilvorMon In now In HpoVnno,
whoro ho ttxpoctd to remain perma
nently. Olytln M. McKay, W. IllrcUnll, Jay
Upton nml T, (1. Ryan loft thU morn
I Hi; for Klninnth Foil.
13. H. llniwatcr and hla sinter, Mr.
M. 13. Ollc.oii, am hero from northern
Nebraska nml expect to tako up uorno
Mlnit Mllllo MoCloud wan called
iiaKt lait night by Hi" IIIiioiih 6f liar
brother. Hlio In now on her wny to
Mr. and Mm. N. L. Sprlwsor and
daughter aro InuvlriK for Seattle,
whoro Mr. Springer has accepted a
Mm. N. 0. Davs and hor son How
ard left lam night for points In Call
fornla and Arizona to visit relatives
Succcor, to McDRJDE'S. O'K.ne Bid.
U Manufacturers of Fine Confections
Light Home Cooked Lunettes a Specially
Al tho old IiIkIi ikIiooI Thursday
night u mooting will tin hold for nil
who aro ItitoruHtud In tho formation
of a lleiid Imnil, V.vury man who
can.pliy .(tn Inntrumont In urgod to
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
J, J. ailllland passed ho day in
Madras on business. -
V, It, Do,rKtiMH will leave UiIr wook
for Palnskula, Ohio.
Mr. lit B. Htowe l passing a -wook
In Portland on business.
Loo Thomas Ir spending throo dayR
In Sumptor on business, i
Harry llray, who workR at Shnvlln
Illxon camp 0, Is making a short visit
Mr, and Mrs, J. Drown aro visiting
In DoIsd, Idaho, Thoy will bo back
In a fow weeks.
J. P Hollomon, who linn been hero
from Contrails, Washington, on liuut
noss a fow dayR, returned thlR morn
ing. CharlcR W. Ersklno tuft last night
for Vnncouvor to cnllnt In tho ord
nanco department of tho army. Ho
will probably go to Washington,
I). C , Mhortly.
Mrs. M. It. MatthowR wor hero
from Tho Dalles last night to visit
her husband. Hlio was accompanied
by hl brothor and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. It. MatthowR, of flan Francisco.
H. I). Nolson of Fort Smith, Ar
knnsaR, stopped In Hand ovor night
looking ovor tho country. Ho came
hero from Puyallup, Washington,
and Is on tho last lap of a trip -.vest.
Chief or I'ollco Nixon today Issued
70 .notices ordering property owners
to clean up their promises. Ho la
carefully going over tho city and
making efforts to gel rubbish off
of alloys mid yards,
Mr. and Mrs, Harney O'Donnell
aro on tholr ywy to St. Louis on a
p)oAsuro, trip. Mrs. O'Donnell will
b gono flvo Qr six wooks, returning
by way of California. Her husband
pjans to stay only throo weeks.
1A postal was rocelvcd this morn
g from Ilobort Inncs by his parcnta.
T,ho messago on It la brief: "Got
Into New Orleans at 8 o'clock this
morning and' am leaving tonight (or
New York. Am feeling fine and had
a apiendld trip. Somo town this."
Mr, InnoR Is In tho navy and not long
ago waa stationed at Mara Island,
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Good for Twenty Votes if Voted on or Before
April 10, 1918
This Coupon will count Twenty Votes when properly tilled out and sent to
tho Campaign Mnuagor of Tho Ilullutln on or beforo tho expiration dato.
Coupons must bo neatly trimmed and put In packages with number of votes
written on top.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Cy Scott went to Redmond today.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. llrnn drovo to
Prlnevlllo In their car yesterday.
Mrs, M. Nlswongor -went to Tho
Dalles toddy to join hor family.
Huel Shnrman from Portland waa
a passongor In tho stago to Uurns
No aurglcala dressings class will
bo held tomorrow night at Hod Cross
Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Darter woro In
from Tumalo yesterday to attend tho
Miss Allco Crowo has gono to Port
laud to visit. Sho expects to go on
to Hpokano shortly.
Joseph It. Keep of Portland was
horo n fow days on business, leaving
tho city this morning.
Mrs. Isaac Ketch u m and Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Johnson of Prlnovlllo spont
tho wr-ek-ond with Ilend relatives.
Miss Kola Simmons and Mra. J. J.
Woblonberg roturnod this morning
from a Hliort trip to Portland and
Mrs. S. It. Hill, who Is tho mother
of Mra. It. S. Farts, camo In Satur
day night from Portland to visit her
daughter for tho summer.
It, Stllson und son from tho Brom
onton navy yard stopped hero on tholr
way to Hums two days. Thoy went
out this morning -with K. 13, Owsloy.
Foront Supervisor N. O. Jacobflon
and II. N. Whlto of tho Portland of
fice drovo to Prlnovlllo to soo Supor
vlRor V. V, Hiirplmm, of tho Ochoco
Tho Haptlst Ladles' union will give
a silver tea tomorrow nt tho homo of
MrR. W. W. Faulkner. Tho purposo
Ih to rnlMo money for making layettes
for Dolglan babies.
Flvo lioyB carno In yesterday from
PalRloy tc go north to cnllnt In tho
navy. They aro W. L. Morrison,
Km est Drumtn, Itay McKecver, Clur
onco Caylord and Ora Banister.
An exhibition of penmanship Ir on
display In one of tho sldo windows
of Maurice Cuslirnun's store. It Ir
tho work of Miss Theresa Oarsko,
teacher In ono of tho schools at
Mrs. I. I), Thayer, who rocontly
underwent an operation hero, left for
Portland this morning. Hho In going
to remove, hor household goods to
Ilond, havjjjK leased tho Clarlco Brow
llev. II. C. Hartranft went to Red
mond and Terrebonne today on food
administration business. Tomorrow
ho plans to go on to Portland, whoro
ho will remain about a week. Mrs.
Hartranft and hor two children will
visit at Tcrrcbonno during his absence.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
E. W. Wallace went to Hood IMvcr
on this morning's train.
A boy was born Jast night to Mr.
and Mrs. James Do Husk.
J. Edward Larson returned today
from a trip to Tho Dalles.
A. B. Wilson has gono to Boise,
Idaho, to tako n now position.
S. D. Agnow Is passing several
days in Prlnevlllo on business.
John StoiJI and W. It. Wilkinson
camo In from a thrco days' trip to
11. White, from tho district office
of the- forest service- In Portland, Is
In Bend a few days.
.Misses Lucy and Fern Sprlngstubo
returned last night from Portland
and went home to La Pino today.
J. Hrandcau left today tor Lemon,
Sotith, Dakota, whero ho will atop
beforo going on to Hcsperla, Michi
gan. Ho does not expect to return
Why! That's Better Than
The Catalogue Houses'9
Remarked ti well dressed woman visitor from another town. "Never expected to
find such beautiful garments and such low prices." There is a lot cheaper merch
andise on the market than we are handling but there is none better at our price.
A close inspection will convince the most skeptical. Our buying facilities in
Women's Ready -to- Wear
are unsurpassed. Whether you wish to buy or not, pome in. We will be glad
to show you our goods.
The Peoples Store
'. THE STORE, THAT SELLS FOR LESS
IN COURT ROOM
(Continued from Page Ono.)
randh bear Harney boles In the pos
session of Gordon Warner,, who had
boon attempting to conceal thorn by
burying them on tho ranch and in
tho dirt Moor of tho barn. Tho stato's
attornepj aro trying to show that the
defendant sent a warning to his son
by his daughter, Merticc, with whom
ho conversed nt a dance at Roberts
whllo In tho custody of tho sheriff.
Tho woman, It Is alleged, took an
nutomobllo and drovo from thcro to
tho High Desort placo. .
Tho Jury brought In a verdict of
guilty laBt night.
DEAL IS MADE
(Continued from Pago One.)
will bo employed nt tho various mills.
Markot for KtuniuiKt.
Asldo from Us Importance locally
tho now operation will provo of great
valuo to settlors and others owning
umber claims In tho section south
of Ilond by providing a market for
tholr stumppgo considerably in ad
vauco of tholr prosent expectations.
With such claims and other stump
ago available In tho vicinity of tho
mills thoy nro expected to havo tint
bor sufficient for their operation for
Botno years to como.
The company operating tho mills
will bo known as tho I X L Lumber
company, Mr. Steldl being tho preM
clout and Mr. Wilkinson tho secretary
and troaauror. Whllo tho organiza
tion Is bolng complotod H. C. Ellis
occupies tho position of vlco presi
dent. Itoth Men Prominent.
Both Mr. Stcidl and Mr. Wilkinson
havo (beon residents of Bond for
many yours and havo both had much
to do with tho timber development
of this section. Mr. Stoldl took an
active part In timber location work
In tho oarly ,days of Bend and It was
through him that tho Shovlln in
terests mado tholr first purchuso of
tlmbor in this section. Ho was also
conuoctod with ono of tho first saw
mills to oporato hero. Mr. Wilkin
son built tho Pino Troo mill and bus
slnco thon operatod small mills in
different parts of Deschutes county.
DON'T FORGET TO BUY THAT LIBERTY BOND
THIS WOMAN IXIUND ItKLlKK.
Bnckaeho. soro muscles, stiff or
swollen joints, rhoumatlo jialus, ills-
zluessaiul like symptoms nro caused
by dlsordorod kidneys and bladder,
Mrs. Thos. II, Davis. Montgomory, R.
P, D. .3, Ind wrltos: "I doctored
mouths without roller. I commonced
using Foley Kidnoy Pills and got ro
ller. Elg'ht bbttles cured mo," Sold
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
We are demonstrating Vanta Baby Garments this
week in our Infants' Wear Deparrnent. These are
the garments recommended by doctors, nurses nnd
infant welfare experts. The kind that fasten with
out a single pin or button. Each garment fastens
securely with bows ot twistless tape that tie in front,
so baby can be dressed from top to toe without once
turning him over. W
KNITTED VANTA HHIHTS
In cotton and wool and silk and
wool, at. j... -.. ..$1. Its to l.ftQ
CARTER'S "ALMA" VESTS
At ......BOc, 75c, H3c
VANTA "V" HANDS
At flftc, -ISc, o.Tc, 05c
f'ARTKR'S "ALMA" BANDS
INFANTS OUTING FLANNEL
For tho now-born baJir: tics
with tapeii at .'.SRpexSltc
At w -- tit -
Knit Dootces, In pink, bluo or
whlto M. ...
VANTA KNIT NIGIITIK"
At, each. ....... ................. ..i.X?
DRESSES'-Culc Utile dresses icllh yokes of lucks, lace or touches
of hand vork, 65c to $1.75
BABY NOVELTIES FOR GIFTS
Ivory Rattles. Soap Diihes, Trays, Water Bottles, Carriage
Strap. Cottumers, Powder Boxes, etc. All land painted i
dainty pink or blue designs, from 35c to $350.
STOP AND SHOP AT
BEND'S ECONOMY CENTER
Snowy White Undermuslins
at Prices Lower Than Usual
Corset Covers & Brassieres
CORSET COVER, made of Nainsook, ombrldory
nnd ribbon trimmed. A real valuo Oft
xw I ii -l
) BRASSIERE, mado of Cambric, with einbroid-
than usual value, it b Z7C
Mndo of Nnlnook, sll)ovor style,
nil nicely trimmed with embroldory
nnd ribbon. Priced ut
Mado of Soft Nutusook, In several
styles, all nicely trimmed in em
broidery or luco. Priced nt
Yo show u larjfo lino of stylos
mado of Cambria Muslin nnd
Nainsook, well mado, service
ublo .'anmonts, trimmed .'with
deoj) embroldory llouneei
Priced ai 65c-75c
DRAWERS -AND WAIST
Mado of Cambric? with em"
broidery trim, All Oft
sizes , ZVC