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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1919)
for Appendicitis at Ht. Charles hos
pital, Hho Is reported to ho making
Dr. J, 0, Tumor will ho out of
tho city from Juno 22 to 30, Inclu
sive, Adv. 17c
IIHNT) UUMiKTIN, BRND, ORIfOON,
for Little Tots, Young Girls and Grown Women
Made of fine Soft Tnfletit, Georgette Crepe, Voiles, Mulls, Ginghams, in endless
variety of styles and eolors, at extremely low priees.
Dresses for Little Tots .!.. 98c to $6.50
Drosses for Growing Girls $1.38 to $10.50
Dresses for Women and Misses $3.48 to $32.50
SEPARATE SKIRTS-Smart Stylish Skirts for street ond sport wear, of all
whito washable materialssilks, poplins, taffetas and serges. - Priced as low
as ... $3.48.to $19.50
LOVELY BLOUSES of White Voiles- laco trimmed or plain tailored
CREPE De CHINE BLOUSES of high quality Crepe 4e Chine, in white, flesh
and maize, at $3.48
GEORGETTE BLOUSES--A new shipment just in $4.98 to $12.50
Comfortable Summer Corsets
of the well known R & G make
at Very Modest Prices. '
THcic R & G models are wonderfully made Cone t very
light. Tfie figure Joei not feci their weight and yet they (Jive
tnojt atiifactory wear. Say what you will, they are all good
1 model and mads of Batiite. They all represent excellent
value. PRICED $1.25 to $(i.B0.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From WodiiciHlny'M Dully.)
DniiKloH Johimon lit nt I'lno mouii-
tuln today IiihIiiUIiik " Uro lookout
12. JoIiiikoii anil I- II. Huffman of
Imperial nro Imitlmm vlnltont In thu
Mr. nnd Mm. F. II. Mcllroom of
Silver l.ako nro Hiiondlni; it few day
Fred Ollborl arrived In Uund thlo
morulas to atari trulnltiK In nrennrn.
Hon (or IiIh inutoli hero on llio uvpii
Ini; or thu Fourth with Suitor Churlcn
Myron I'owoll, who cnllotcd from
Ilund to ontur tlio'U. S. navy early
In 1917, Iiuh boon dlficharKi'd from
Ilia sorvco tand returned to lionet
Leo II. Martin and his nsslatnnt.
Mr. Italnoy, national tuink oxumtners,
loft Ilond l08t nlRht nffor completing
their work at tho First Natlonnl of
Miss Mary Vryrcnr, doputy In tho
office of J. II. Hanorr county dork,
underwent nn .operation yesterday
Don't Rent That Farm.
WN IT Expert and authentic information proves
manent agriculture and country life is farm tenancy.
I It has resulted in a loss of priceless soil fertility the
creation of an unsettled farm population a drift. from
farm to city and unprofitable methods of farming.
CJ Plan to own your, own farm and discuss your plans,
with us. We will help you with a permanent program.
m' RfcMKMBKn OURS IS ?.
TUB UANKOF HUl'HKIOR HUKVICH
The First National Bank of Bend
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Joo Qllo of Tumulo, was a business
visitor In Ilond today,
Mr, and Mrs, John Murphy arrived
In liond lftHt nlclit from tholr homo
In I'alsloy .
Howard Youn, who enlisted In
thu navy more than two years uko,
roturnod to Ilond last night after
having received his dlschnrge from
tho aviation brunch of tho service.
Miss Dorrls Fouler, Instructor In
thu Iiend schools, will leave tomor
row for her homo In Portland to
spend tho summer.
Miss Klslo Olsln leaves tomorrow
morning for her homo In Mcdford,
Hho docs not contemplate returning
Itov. Win fluid Harper or Milton,
Oregon, ' Is In Iiend today looking
after property Intorosts in this vi
(From Monday's Dally.)
H. 0. Foster, chief of maps and
surveys, of the district forostor's of-
flco In 1'ortlnnd, arrived In liond
today and left this afternoon for
Crano Prnlrlo to gather data for tho
new map of tho Deschutes national
forest, , He will he gone for about
II vd days.
William Spront of tho Doschutos
national forest office roturncd today
from a week's trip to Klk lake.
Italph liartlott left Saturday night
for Portland and will motor back to
Miss i:teanor Whltmore has given
up her position as chief deputy In
thu offlc of County Clerk J. II.
V. H. Lawson of Itedmond was a
week-end visitor In tho city.
George Wood arrived In tho city
last night from his home at Lake
view. A. W. Gownn of Burns was in
Dcnd last night.
K. 0. Hourk of Crescent Is a busi
ness visitor In the city today.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
T. A. McCann returned this morn
ing from a business trip to Portland.
Harry Ilclngold, who has been out
of tho city on a brief business visit
to Portland, returned this morning.
Miss Mabel Lorcnce, of tho high
school faculty, left last night for
her home in Monmouth.
Leo A. Thomas has returned from
a two-day visit in Portland.
Ous Nystrom, who has been serv
ing In thu quartermaster's corps,
stationed at Snn Francisco, was re
cently discharged nhd returned last
nlghj to his homo here.
Miss Dorothy Wright left last
night for Portland.
Charles Avery Is In Iiend today
from his homo In Itedmond.
C. A. Whitley of Sliver Lako is
spending tho day In Ilond.
We ore ready with everything you
need to wear. You'll want some
thins new for the Fourth. Buy it
here and buy it now.
NEW SHOES--of course we have
your style whites, blacks, browns
Oxfords, Pumps, Colonials. Cool
PUMPS at $5.50-0.00-0.50-126.96.36.199
BAREFOOT SANDALS for Children
NEW SUMMER FROCKS of voile,
organdie nnd ginghams 0.75 and up
TUB SKIRTS in all the desired mater
ials, at $1. 95 and up
SMOCKS ' -
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BOYS WASH SUITS-the better kind
for the same money. Fast colors and of
materials that wear, $1.95-2.25-2.50-0.00
ill! i i
CHILDREN'S DRESSES, in ginghams
and voiles, at $1.25 to 50.50
Your sure of getting real value if you
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E. L. Clark arrived lit the city last
night from his home in La Pine, and
Is remaining over today.
Dan Hourlgnn and Tom Cronln,
Powell Ilutte sheepmen, ara business
visitors In the city today.'
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery,
nccompanlcd by their son Illcherd,
arrived in Bend IsbL night by auto
from the Mexican border, and left
this morning- for their homo In
T. M. Talbot of the district for
ester's office In Portland, accom
panied by Dr. John T. Karis, left this
morning for the Mctollus river.
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