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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1919)
IIKM) HUIiLKTIN, I1KND, OBEflOX, TIIUItSDAY, NOVKMHKH I0, 1010
You may netfd a few pieces to com
plete your set or to make serving
your turkey dinner easier and
more satisfactory. We may help
you with suggestions.
Put Some New Clothes
on your Thanks
giving Dinner Table
Thtnlcigivintf It the time you want your china
to ihow at iti Lett. See our J. J. Meekin Entf
lilh China priced a $28 to $30 per netvery
attractive pattcroi. Alio a fine Auitrian china,
o hard to get now, at $45 per et.
You may need a Water Set, Jug and six glasses, or a new Carving Set.
Larson & Co. a"
At the Sign of
the Big Clock.
BfifedayjyW;jttj! iTi JBiifti
FROM DAY TO DAY
M. 0. Powell, of Prluovlllo. Iii ovor
nu litmlnuHH today.
John llublgtno, of Iti'ilmoml.'tM n
i Bond vIMtor today.
Kdwurd (loulil of Mlllloau wan
4 lluml vlnltor Saturday.
Mrn. Charles lllniliniin, of HUturn,
wiim In town tlila morning.
Mr. mid MrH. J. M. Jiiiihuoii, of Do-
nohulon, linvu linen In Bond on IjiihI-
Minn Mitrlo I.nrt daughter of Mr.,
nmt Mm. Ceorgu Lenro, 930 Coliim
bin ntreot, etitiirlnlned u niiiitbur of
her llttlo friends thin afternoon, In
lionnr of tliu eighth birthday.
Tim Infant non of Mr. mid Mm.
llunry Cratier wan liaptlited ut tho
liotno of llev. Frcdorlck A. T. Curn-'-lulnnflti,
Thursday afternoon, Nov
ember 13. mid wan tflvon tho name
of Henry Melvlu.
Mr. mill MrH. Ilnrry Toulo, of Port
lnnd, stopped In this city UiIh morn
ing on their way to vIkIi nl tliu Don
utd ranch near Fife,
i J. K. HiikIIii In constructing four
room modern bungalow, on tliu cor
ner of Florida mid Wall. Ho expecln
to occupy tho ronldcncu when com
pleted. Mr. Oeo. McLtun, wifo and daugh
ter. Bessie, loft Bond thin morning
for Hpokntiu. whore Ihoy expect to
mnko tholr homo. Mr. McLInn linn
-boon living on a homestead nvur
Onwcont tho ptiHt your.
- IJ. Pearl who n year ago gold his
Mtitoront In tho Golden Hulu More on
Wall ntreot and linn nlnco been In
IiusIiiosh In 1'orlland, Iiiim returned
to Ilniid for tho winter. Mr. Pearl
In again Identified with tho (loldun
h (linn Hurch, non of Mr. nnd Mm.
F r nk Ilurcli, onturtnliimt tho mnni
born of tho young people's class of
the Christian church, Friday ovonlng
at tho homo of bin pnrontM, 23-t WeHt
Second street. After n nodal ovoii
Inc light rofroHliniontH wcro nerved.
M. A, Palmer, who loft for nouth
nm California tiovernl weeks iiro, lino
rocontly iiudiii-Rouo n novorn opera
tion In n Lon AiiroIoh hospital, ac
cording to nHiHMiigoa'rccolvod hy frl
ijiuIh hero. H In now repotted to ho
doing well. Mr. ralmor Is expect
ed to return to Ilenil In tho nprliiK.
Twonty-olRht momborn of tho Wo
man's KoralKti inlnnlonitry nocloty
0fcnot at tho hopio of 3tra, John Huni-
imr In Kenwood, Thurndny nftor
noon. Tho ntuily for tho year In,
"Tho Crunndo of Coiiipannlon," The
limnou for tho nfturnooii wan road
by Mrn. A. J. Hrlckaon and tho myn
tery hox wan opened hy Mrn. K. W.
(IIInoii. After tho husliifvin mcolliiR
tho hontenn nerved hot rolln, naiad
Tho Ladlrn Aid noclety of tho
Scandinavian Lutheran church nnd
their fiiml I leu -wcro entertained
Thurndny evening nt a houno party
at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrn. P. A.
Krlcknnn on Wall ntrcet. After n
inimical and literary program tho ro
maluder of tho ovenliiR wan npent In
u nodal way. I,li;ht refrenhmentM
wero nerved. On Decumhnr , Mm.
O. Dahl and Mrn. Ceo. Krlcknon will
entertain tho nocloty In tho parlorn
of tho church.
Tho member of tho Iloml local
order of Mooho wero entertained at
a curd party hy tho Indlcn of tho
Mooho Heart I.crIoii, Thurndny oren
Iiik In tho club rooiitn or tho Moonc
temple, Tho flrnt prUo wan awarded
to Mr. Hanco Hiiriiii and Mrn. A.
McLelan whllo tho couoeltlon prize
wiih won by Mr. It. K. Ilolmca nnd
Mrn. J. Newby, Itofrenhmentn worb
nerved by a committee of Indies con-
nlnlliiR of Mrn. O. Curlnog, Mrn. Geo.
T. Kollern. Mrn. It. A. Smith, Mrn.
Geo. I). linker, Mrn. J. Newby, and
Dan llelnliiR In In town from tho
Midway ranch today.
0. Hroitrom of Hlntem was In
Ilend WfdnoMlny nu liunlno.ii.
Mr. and Mm. U M. Ilcchtel, of
Prlnovlllo iiro vlnltorn In the city
Minn Helen Ilonnon of Seattlo In
u Iioiiho uet of 'Mr. and Mrn. E. A.
Adolph NeUon of SlMern npont
Ttiexdny and Wednenday lu Ilend
AiiRiiHt Andernnn, deputy nherlff,
Ih not nt hln office today on ac
count of llliienn.
County 'CammlKHlonor 0, H
Miller In In town ifrom Itedmond
tnduy to attend a incetltiR of tho
Jny H. Upton, who htm been nt
tendliiR tho Hennlon of tho circuit
court hero returned to hln homo In
Prlnovlllo hint nlxtit.
Mr. nnd Mrn, A moo Erlcknou nro
movliiR Into their now homo on
Oeorla nventie today. Mr. Kilck
Hon l bookeeper for Tho Shevlln-
CMrn. h, D. Htulcup of Snlmon
Acren, U. C, arrived lu Ilend Wed-,
neMilay -with the expectation of pur-
chiinliiR u ranch and entering tho
ntock raining bunlnenn.
Mr. nnd Mrn. Henry u, Whltnoll
and family blivo moved to town
from Powell Uutto nnd nro oc
cupying tho liyberg property In
Park addition recently purchnned
ISoforo taking definite ntepn In put
ting into forco tho mall carrier nyn-
tern lu llond tho Pont Olllco Depart
ment ties Iron additional Information
on local conditions, according to W.
0. Ijinlett and J. II. Wnltorman.
brick ninnoun of Spokane, arrived
In Ilend th(n morning to anoint in
tho mnnonary work on the new
Sherlln-Hlxon burner now undor
Mr. nnd Mrn. J. Iluxton Prlco
huvo returned from a honeymoon
trip through . California. Whllo
walling for the completion of their
new bungalow In Park ndltlon they
are vlnltlng in Itedmond.
Dr. II. Daley, John C. Flynn,
David T. Jonea nnd 8. 0. Crcnnlor
of Lnkvelow wero In Ilend yoHtor
duy on their way to tho Interna
tional Mvo Stock exhibition to bo
held In Portland next week.
Tho pinto Rlnns In tho now O'Don
noil block Iiiih been put In nnd work
will noon bo completed on tho Inter
ior llnlnhlng u that tho building may
bo ready for occupancy by tho pont
ofllco on or about December 10.
Tho Pioneer Garage Co. hold open
hoiuo lam night to visitors. Tho
building occupied by tho Pioneer
Oarage linn been remodeled no as to
permit n nhow room In tho front for
ono or more automobiles nnd to al
low for mora olllco room.
Jmnen Lakos and John Nltomls,
of Portland yesterday purchnned the
Silver Orlll from Mrs. Georgia
Klslier and took possession yestcr
dny morning. Mr. Lakos Is an ex-
YOUR DRUG STORE
Take or Send Her a Box
or Sweet's (of Salt Lake) Chocolates
fapWw. Owl Pharmacy
fit- i7 .
I UL.I I T
Mm A I
Whx i , :
The Social Season
fl Milady must be correspondingly
gowned. In our ready-to-wear De
partment we have on display the
daintiest evening apparel ever created.
Shimmering Satin Fluffy Tulle
Bits of Tinsel Ribbon and Orna
ment with Garlands of Flowers
fl They are simply irresistible. One,
often named the Rainbow Division,
combines all the, delicat tints of the
spectrum. All the wanted evening
shades in pink, blue, orchid, amber,
Nile and black. - Priced from
$25 lo $45
Pumps for Evening Wear
In Patent Leather, White and Black Kid.
:a ' r s
$6.50 to $9.75
In both Phoenix and
Holeproof, in plain and drop stitch. Priced from
$1.25 to $3.00
Stop and Shop at
Quality Pioneer lince 1911
perlenced chef, having been with
tho Ilenson HotcVMn Portland for n
number of yenrs.
A Thanksgiving party will be
given In honor of "Uncle" Frank
Nlckle'a at his homo near Tumalo,
Thurndny ovenlng. Tho Bend lodge
No. 139 of tho Masonic order has
been extended an Invitation to at
tend In u body. "Undo Frank"
celebrated his 94th birthday last
Miss "Mnry Cronon, of tho Ore
gon Tuberculosis Society, has re
turned from Hums and will go to
Prlnevlllo to urrango for tho nalo
of Christmas seals for the lied
Cross shortly. Miss Cronen has
previously taken up tho matter
with tho Percy A. Stevens Post of
tho American Legion In Bond.
IWALKER BASIN WORK
FINISHED FOR 1919
Jack Colomau, of La Pine, is
siieudliiR the day in Ilend.
il II I... Tnnn. of Sisters. Is n liusl-
l -. - , . , -- --
liens vlHltor In tho city today.
S. E. West and H. S. Towno, of
Lower Hrldge, arq transacting busi
ness in Ilend today.
II. Somors, of Sliver Lnko, ur
rived in tho city lnst night, nnd
is remaining ovor today.
Word wan received today of tho
death In Snlom, of John V. Todd,
I formerly n stockman In this sec
tion. Mr. Todd was one of tho
oldest members of the Musonlc order
In the stnte.
The Ladies' Aid society of tho
meet ut 7:30 o'clock this evening
IScandlunvIan-Luthornn church, will
Sat the home of Mrs. P. A. Krlcknon.
I A program of music and recitations
will bn given, nnd n cordial iuvlta
Hon Is extended to all.
After a full summer of activity
construction Is now finished on tho
west unit of the Walker Basin Ir
rigation Company project, formerly
tho so-cullcd Morson project, at La
Pino. Already n fow settlers havo
como iu nnd started to clear their
land against next spring's seeding
but no especial activity is expected
by tho management of tho project
until a few month later.
Application has been mado for
patent on 9000 acres of (and iu the
project nnd It is understood that
tho patent is to bo issued. Next
spring it is expected that construc
tion on tho east unit of tho pro
ject will begin.
COURT OPENS BIDS
ON TUMALO BRIDGE
Meeting In special session on .Sat
urday morning tho county court
opened bids for tho construction of
the bridge over the Deschutes at tlis
Awbivy place below Tumalo. The
contract was awarded to It. H. Bay
ley nnd Chauncy Becker, of Tu
malo. the low bidders, whoso figure
was J15SC. Their bid for thograd
Ing was also accepted, the figure
FOREST TO CHOOSE
MAN FOR COURSE
A representative of the Deschutes
National Forest force will likely be
chosen today by Supervisor Norman
Jacobson, to attend tho six weks
course at Marsh Field at Riverside
California, where forest officials will
bo preparedfor the fire prevention,
season of 1920.
Advices were received hero yester
day that tho Forestry department
will train Its men In the use or air
planes, radio, wireless, telephone,
topographic maps and homing
Pat It la Tho Bulletin.
fflagill & Erskiiie
Our PftKiij lion Drpntmrnl u Complete
in Hvciy Detail,
A Cheerful Iteroiniueiidatlon.
i "They should ho In every travel-
I ing man h grip," writes ueo. Jenner,
j-1115 Labor St., Sim Antonio, Tex., of
i Foley Cathartic Tablets. "They are
the best luxutlvo I havo taken and
I cheerfully recommend them to
anyone suffering with constipation
or biliousness." Thoy cleanse buwols,
swooleu stomach, benefit llvor. Sold'
oyery-w horo. Ad v.
Walking Deleijate Not on Wire Then.
When Ben Franklin coaxed electric
ity fi'om tho clouds It probably did not
occur to him that ho wits paving the
way for possible telephone or tele
Four chairs ut your sorvico at the
Metropolitan. No waiting, Adr.
Kiddies' Christmas flints
$1.98 to $3.50
$3.50 to $5.95
- - - $1.50
- - - $4.45
- - - $3.25
Doll Go-Carts, a, very fall line,
prices ranging from, 60c to $5.50 ,
Come in and pick out these toys for Christmas
while the line is complete and let us hold
them for you. i
BEND'S ECONOMY STORE
FAIR VARIETY STORE