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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1919)
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A Conservatory All Abloom Willi New Styles
A Free Cooking School !
Demonstration of The Great Majestic Range
DAILY-MONDAY, SEPT. 29 to OCT. 4-2:00 to 5:00 P. M.
Professor Joseph Becker, known as the world's greatest chef, will give
free lessons on cooking and baking. These demonstrations will show how
to cook economically and tastily, how to save 50 per cent, of your fuel
bill, how a range is made, the oven and top heated, and why experts pro
nounce the Great Majestic the Best Range on Earth.
Every Housewife in Bend and Vicinity Should Attend These Lectures
, cumis i !ftarti i
What Prof. Becker
Dakos all klndst of dalntv
pastries, mixing everything
before your eyes ami ex
plaining each Ingredient as
lio goes along.
Gives lectures anil demon
strations on the art of eco
Answers any questions
concerning cooking, and
gives recipes for tho asking.
Serves all tho dainties
in fact, everything ho bakes
to tho ladles present.
' Whether or not you are thinking of buying a new range, you should at
tend these lectures. Professor Becker is a practical chef of many years' ex
perience and will give you many helpful suggestions for the management
of your kitchen. We extend to the ladies of Bend and vicinity a cordial in
vitation to come and hear this famous chef.
With ecry Ma
jettie Ring; lold
duriaj this demon
ttftxn we'll pre a
Set Tallied it
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It you re not rciJy
to hire Range deliv
rfed at oncc, place
your older during thu
and we willielitrthe
Range and Cooking
Set when wanted.
from Day to Day
J. P. Koyes loft last night for
Portland on business.
Claude Smith of the Liberty the
ntcr is In Portland on business.
The Central Oregon Realty com
pany has purchased tho residenco
of William Carden.
Miss Ida NIswongor left last
night. for Salom, whero she -will
enter the WIllnmcttQ university.
Mrs. C. A. Wnrnor lb away on
hor vacation and will visit with
her parents in Chatfleld, Minnesota.
Mrs. J. K.'Mnoro, who has been
visiting her son, Dr. II. N. Mooro,
dopartcd last night for her homo
in Eugene. - ,
J. Hawkins Napier, of tho firm
of Napier & Young, has moved to
Winter Season Draws Near
and it is high time you were thinking
about that New Suit or Overcoat. You
will save time and money by looking
at our line first. ;
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Young men's Suits latest styles and patterns classy
models at $16.00 to $37.50
Overcoats from $13.50 to $37.50
Men's Heavy Cotton Union Suits, long sleeve, ankle
length, crosed crotch; special ,. $1.95
Men's Wool Mixed Heavy Union Suits; extra
special , $2.95
MEN'S WORK AND DRESS SHOES
All leather, guaranteed, .priced at: $3.45 to $8.95
Heavy Wool Sweater in V-neck and coat style; priced
at $1.95 to $13.95
THE GOLDEN RULE
PERSONAL SERVICE-COURTEOUS TREATMENT
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We won't attempt a do
tailed, description of thu
, clothes wo've gathered hero
for this yearly event as
well try to describe each in
dividual flower in a bed of
blooming gladioli. Your
own eyesboth wide open
are t h a only avenues
through which you can
grasp an idea of what we
have ready to show you.
Fabrics sgft to the feel,
gathered from tho looms
sinni weave oniy uiu uuuu
f!n1nr rni'o mill hnnulifii
soft tones that Jack Frost
knows how to paint into
Fall fnliatro colors that
blend with your likings as y
the instruments ol an or
chestra blond together In
harmony colors and fab
rics that are to be had only
in Socfety Brand Clothes.
Society Brand Salisfciplion for
Mem 1 8 to 80.
Everything to Wear from Head 'to
Foot for Man and Hoy at
LOVEN & CHINLUND
Iliwdsport, OrcKon, and will opon
a. Inw ufllco thoro.
Mm. T. A. McConn unci children
returned yeatorday from n ttvo
weeks' vlalt to 'U. Italnlor und
other connt points.
OeorKO Murphy, formerly In tho
taxi liutilnesn In Uend, returned thin
mornlnK nftor rocolviiiK hln dlH
chnrRi) In Texas from tho motor
traniiport aorvlco, U. 8. army.
1 Charloa J. Ayrcs, who hn heen
worklnK 'With HnnRcr Harrirnan foV-
tho pnot yenr as foroitt guard, hni
received an appointment as rancor,
and will tuko tho placo of John
Christian, rosined, on tho Do-
echutcH national foroHt. Mr. Ayres
took his ranger examination last
Claudo Orahnm of Paisley was
In Hend .over 8unda'.
Loula Peterson of Tumalo was n
Ilcnd visitor Sunday.
C. A. Paul of Prlnovlllo was a
wcok-end visitor In tho city.
It. 8. Hamilton and N O. Jacob
son have returned to Hend from an
auto trip south.
W. h. Stephens, phnrmnclst at
tho MukIII & Krsklno drui; storo,
s on a trip to Philadelphia for
Klro Chlof Tom Carton left Sat
urday evening for Portland on offi
cial business, Intending to bo Rono
for soveral days,
Miss Ilarrlqtt Umbnugh arrived
in tho city yesterday from Seattle
to resumo hor work no Instructor In
tho Dond high school. ,
Clydo M. McICny, K, O. Stadtor,
H. E. Allon and C. P. It. Short
started today on a hunting trip In
tho mountains south of Ilond,
Ashor Ireland, of tho U. 8. for
est service, arrived In Ilond this
morning and will have chargo of
land classification work on the Do
schutes national forest.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II, Allon loft
Sunduy morning for Portland,
whero they win hoar tho uddreau
by President Wilson at tho Audi
torium Monday evening. Whllo in
Portland Mrs. Allen wllj consult an
has been employed by tho Forest
norvlco as flro lookout on tho Now
borry Orator, was in tho city yes
terday. Mm. I, It. llrobort was" appointed
this morning by Mayor J. A. Hastes,
as City danco Inspector.
V. V. ilarpham, xuparvlsor of tho
Ochoco National foroit, nccnmpnnled
by his brother Hvcrutt, until recent
ly of tho 20th Hnglneors, was In
Ilond today. Hverott linrpham was
among tho survivors of tho Tnscauln.
Tho Do Moss company, which
gavo u concert ut tho HuptUt churclt
Inst ulght, will bo heard In a linlf
hour sacred concert at tho cMurcli
Sunday evening, beginning nt 7:30.
llyron Hoyco and family re
turned yesterday from u lliroo
weeks' motor trip lo Hcattlo nnd
other Puget Sound ioln(H.
Mrs. A. M. Prlnglo and yon John
returned this -morning. from n mv
ornl dnyB' visit "with relatives in
W. It. Maker, salesman for tho
Pioneer Oarage, 1pm ve this even
ing for Kugeno.
Miss Uontilo Scrlbnor, of Lnmar,
Colorado, orrivc4 In I.'cnd this morn
ing o bogln tho. fall term Monday
as a member of tho ilond high school
A, L. Clark, of La Pino, was In tho
city yeatorday on hia roturn homo,
after a two weeks' business visit In
Portland. , -t '
John C, Colvnrd, of Frcmon't.'wlio
i4 Striking Assemblage of
Beautiful Suits, Coats
FOR WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN,,
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'No reason this season why every woman
cannot be well dressed, particularly ifnV
apparel is' bought here. ', '.-,
Prices are really very moderate beginning
at $22.50 for a really good suit $17.50 for a
9 jwagger coat and $16.50- for a g6od looking
mi, jr" '.4r S) r- "i.
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