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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1919)
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All Wool of Hiiitorlor Quality
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In lUny Drltil.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
(J. W. HuyuoIdH of Hllvor Uko Is
tninnnctlnit uusliioim In Ihn city.
linn Zlminoriimn of Crosoint In
niKtiidlrtR tint day In lluml.
Krank Wlmur cutno In from l'rlno
vlllu thin lutrriilnR.
Miss Dolly Hodge or Prlnovlllo.
wan In Iloiul Innt nlttht vUltlui: with
. County CominlMslonor C. II. Miller
of Hodninnd wan In llond today on
Itnnitor Ilurton Onoy canto In from
I.a Pino today to meet hi father,
O. W. Onoy who arrived huro this
morning from Uklah.
'Charles Thomas of Crescent, who
hint licon In Portland during tho win
tor waN In Ilonil today on his way
Mr. A. K. Kdwarda returned yo
tqrday morning from Portland whom
alio; lyiH hucu YlnlilriK for sovcnil
Mr. and Mm. M. Vaughn.
Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs,
D. V. Btarr, dlwl ynntorday mornltu:
at tho 'homo of tho parents on
Circuit Judpj T. K. J. JJuffy jvIII
arrlvo In Iluuii twnqrmw inorulnsLto
tako up jmnilliiK court matters with
local nttnrnuys. - ' 1
Harvoy Moruland, auditor for tho
Ntato fluh and giuno commission, ar
rived In Horn! thin mornltiK and later
loft to Inspect tho now Tumalo fluh
Itlchard Prultt and Miss Kmina
TlinrnaH of this city wuro married
Hunday at tho llaptlHt church by Itov.
K. il. JohiiHoii. .Mr, and Mrs. Prultt
will mako their homo In lluud.
Tho ladles or tho Methodist Kpls
copal church will hold tholr spring
food Halo on Haiti relay, '.March 20, In
tho building on Oregon street form
nrly occupied by thu People' store.
Tho nalo will begin at 10 o'clock
W. I., llarmau, special agent for
tho Hprlncfluld J'lro Insurance Co.,
wan In Ilund today on IiIh way to
Hllvor I.ako to notllo a $2000 claim
for hay loin. Mr. llarmnn succeeds
Jno Wobor, woll known In Central
Oregon, who died of Influenza In
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
h. A. Hunt of I.owor HrldKQ was
In tho city today on business.
Fred N, Wallaco of Tumalo wan
In llond thin morning.
Miss Noll NowMomu of Prlucvlllo
wan In Dond last night.
W. If. Dolbru&go of Crescent la a
business vlnltor In thu city today.
A. 01. Prltifilo returned thin morn
Ing from a business trip to Portland,
C. If. Clow of I.a Pino arrived In
Ilund lanl night and In romulnlnK over
Ansol iM. Htawnrt nrrlvod In thu
city thin morning from hlit honio at
H. 8. Itoyco of thu Pioneer Unrago
roluruud thin mornlnn from a busi
ness trip to Portland.
A nlno and one-half pound boy
'btjy boy wiih born thin morning to
(From Monday's Dally.)
0 rover 0. CerkliiK of Tumalo wan
In Ilcud Hunday evening.
Jon Kolley of Prlnovlllo wan n
week-end visitor In llund.
N. H. Wells ht Ih today from his
homo at Hampton.
0. W. Cooluy of PaUley In a busi
ness visitor In tho city.
Mr. and Mm. C. H. .Hudson woru
In Prlnovlllo yentorduy.
Mr. and Mm. K. M. Thompson mo
tored to .Itcdmond yesterday.
Tom Crotilu and Ned Angland,
Powell Dutto nhoepmon, are In the
W. (J. Hhrlner left Taturday night
for Portland to visit hln wife, who Is
under medical treatment.
', A marriage llcvuno wan Innuod from
tho county clerk' offlcu Baturday to
Hlchard Prultt aud Minn Htuma
Tliomnn of thin city.
Mm. Mary ICstcM of -Portland,
formerly of Hunt, who ban boon visit
liiK at tho homo or Dr. and Mm. J. II.
Connarn for tho lant few dayn, leaves
tonlcht for her home.
A Message of
men and young men
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You'll find here a Nev', Bigger and Better Men's
Clothing Department ' Ybq heed have no hesi-
tancy in buying your new- suit here. For you are
sure to get
FIRST QUALITY FABRICS
HIGH GRADE TAILORING
VALUE FIRST CLOTHES '
are Good Clothes in every sense of the word. .
Be the first one to get that Suit from
QUALITY PIONEERS SINCE 1911
(From Saturday's Dally.)
William Mackoy or Mllllcan in
spending tho duy In llond.
M. W. Knickerbocker of Gist wan
In Demi today on buHlueim.
Mr. and Mm. C. II. Durham of
Madran are vUKIiik friends In tho
city today. - '
H. h. I.ochrlo of llrothora waaj In
Ilund today layliiK In suppllea for hln
F. L. Shaw enmn In yeaturday from
Portland to attend to buBlnesn mat
torn. Mm. Hhnw will roiniilu In Port
land for tho time being on account
of her health.
Word was received' today by
friends In llond or tho death of Her
bert II. Kdgar, Ilrothere homesteader,
who enlisted In tho army from Tilla
mook. Ifo was killed In action in
Mm. James II. Hall leaves far nor
homo In Hoattlo Sunday morning.
8ho has been visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mm. O. J. 8clk, in Ilcnd for
thu past two weeks. Mm. Solk will
accompany her on her return trip
as far Us Portland.
Friends of Mr. and Mm. Guy H.
Wilson, formerly of Dend, havo re
ceived cards announcing tho birth
or u daughter on March 17. Shu has
been named Mary Patricia. Mr. Wil
son recently mado a short visit to
Dead and at that tlmo said ho ex
pected to return hero this spring.
(From Friday's Dally.)
J. 0. Wilson Is a visitor in tho city
today from Sisters.
Maurlco V, Cash man is In Port
land on business.
D, G. Huntor returned to Dond this
morning alter a visit or moro than
throe months In Los Angeles.
William L. Grajiam or Portland is
In Ilcnd looking after real cstato in
terests. 11. A. Stover will leave tonight to
locato In Seattle. A. M. Prlnglo will
accompany him as far as Portland.
Jay H. Upton is In nend today
from Prlnovlllo on business connect
ed with tho Forbes estate and to tako
caro or other legal matters.
0. W. Shrlncr returned to Bend
this morning from Portland, where
ho was called by tho critical Illness
or his' wUe. Ho reports her condi
tion slightly hanged for tho better.
Robert Junes of tho U. S. navy,
son or Joseph Innes or this city, has
reached Newport News, on board tho
ship Kljndam, after an exciting raco
across tho Atlantic with another or
tho American fleet, a wire received
by thu father states. -
Mm. C. D. Urown, who has been
spending tho last few monthB in
Portland, arrived in Bend last night
to join herhnsband. They are mov
ing to Redmond, where Mr. Brown
has been appointed mannger of tho
new Trl-State Terminal store.
W. A. Zcek and O. II. Mean, form
erly of tho Albina Englno and Ma
chine Works or Portland, arrived in
Bend today, accompanied by their'
families, and will open tho General
Acetylene Welding Works, estab
lishing their plant In the Pioneer
garage. Both Mr. Zcek and Mr.
Mean aro expert mechanics,' with spe
cial experience in this line.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
J. A, Smith of Mllllcan is spending
the day in Bend.
Charles J. Dugan Is spending a
row days in Portland on business.
Mm. M. H. llbrton left this morn
ing on n trip to Mcdford.
A. B. Ciertson or Summer Lake
arrived In Bend last night and Is
remaining over today .
I Next Week's Paper for-the Announcement, II
I Grand Spring Opening II
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HKND'S ECONOMY CENTER
Under muslins !
Snow White, Crisp, Clean, Fresh Merchandise in ajl the
styles that are established favorites. High Quality, Materi
alsDainty Trimmings Fine Needle Work Carefully
Finished. Honest Merchandise Correctly Priced.
Corset Covers Fine nainsook, lace or embroid
ery trim. These values are good '
Skirts Fine camrbic and fine nainsook, with
deep embroidery flounce or with lace and in
sertion trim, good wearing qualities
Night Gowns Fine materials, well made, in a
great variety of styles
Envelope Chemises New, dainty garments,
certain to please 69c-$1.19-$1.29-$U9-$1.59
YOU WILL FIND YHAT YOU WANT
IN UNDERMUSLINS AT WARNER'S
E. O. Stacker will loare Saturday
night for Portland to-pend-a few
days on legal' business,
W. P. Myers will loaro Sunday for
Portland and Oregon city to take
caro of court matters. '
C. P. .Nlswongor left last sight for
Tho Dalles, wbero he was called by
tbo serious illness of his father.
Miss Lucllo Pypcr of Salt Lake
City Is hero visiting her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Krank Inablt.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred lluoy departed
last night for Seattle after spending
several days in Dend visiting with
friends and relatives.
II. II. DeArmoud received, word to
day that he had been appointed the
county chairman of the League to
C. D. Springer of Crescent was in
Dend today returning from Tennes
see, where ho was called "by the boo
ious Ulnes of his father.
Nils Hagcn will go to Portland
Sunday to confer with street railway
officials in regard to his newly pat
ented rail greasing device.
Word has beorl received by Miss
Helen Manny that her Bister, Miss
Catherine Manny, has recovered from
a severe attack of influenza at Hoi
H. J. OVERTURF BUYS
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Announcement was raade today of
the purchase by II. J. Overturt of
four bouses on Jefferson Place, In
Park addition, from D. C. McCuleton.
at a consideration of 116,200.'' Mr.
Overturt'a new property is adjacent
to the McCulston residence, jf
SENT FROM BEND
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
Selectivo sorvico troubles are now
entirely a thing of tho past, declared
County Clerk J. II. Honor. Yester
day evening ho uompletod tho ship
ping of tho alst of tho war board's
Right side; rht ear ores
pad; wattle rtgfctltal !,
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