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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1920)
IIENJ) IlUMilOTIN, IiKND, OIHCGON, TIH'HHDAV, MAItfH JW, 10ii0
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FR6M DAY TO DAY
' Arthur Hlrnuy, of Mmlrnii, Ih In
' Mux Wurwollor wn In InMt night
Mnt, 13. J. Callow luft this morn-
'slMB! ',)r Walln Wnllit to visit with
tier daughters, Eunice find Dolores,
ovnr Unufor vacation.
, It, N. lluchwiiltur returned thin
morning from Portland, whoro ho
uncut ed addition spurtllli; jjoods tttoclc
9 1,11 preparation for tho flttliliift noason.
,M. It. Ikvidurtton, service mnmigor
on tho J'nclflc count for thu (lood-
i'flnr Tiro & nuhlinr Co., nrrlved jil
Ilond thlH morning for u brief bust-
I.uthornn Ladles Aid society, will
hnvn an apron ualo to bii huld In I'.
A. Krlcknou's (Irocory ntoro Thursday
ijvoiiIiik nt 7 o'clock, Tim ladles will
County Hchool Hiipiylntondont J.
Alton Thompson returned tto Ilond
last nlghtv from a trip to I .a 1'lnu
'whiiru hu him boon busy for two dtiyM
giving special Instruction to teachers.
V. It. Itllity, of I.n Pint, wan ft bus
iness visitor In thu city lust night.
II. A. Miller lum rolurnud from
n pnitriictrjl trip through the iut.
Mm. Frank Inabult wnii culled to
Hall I.aku City ItiHt night by thu III
nous of n sinter,
Harrison Allen und John It
Lntourotto, Portland attorneys, nro
In llnnd lodny on legal huHlnoui.
Marlon Coyncr and Minn Jutinlu
hpwuIIiik a wouk'a vacation In Iluud.
Q V, It. Short, or Portland, ropro
suntntlvo for thu (loodyonr Tiro A
Iluhbur Co., Iiiuvoh tonight aftar n
wook'fl nlay In thin city,
Calvin Hiultli, hoii of It. M. Smith
of thlrt city, has returned to Ilond
from Corvalllx wlinru ho linn boon at
tending tho, Oregon Agricultural col
logo. All Itoyal Nelghbora who aro In
terested In tlio proKrnm for March
JO aro linked to nicnt nt tlio homo of
Mm. Gibbons, 3C lfnwtliorno, ''tomor
row uftornoon, "
II. W. IIIqKa, travelling pannousor
tiftoiil on thu O.-W. It. & N. and 8.
h Wiggins, travelling freight and
pnsHungor ropriisontntlvo for the Una,
wore- In Ilond today on an odlclul
vlult to thin section.
II. K. JlroOliH Ioiivoh tonight for
Now York to Join Mm. Ilroolis.
Mm, Knti) Wurnor, of Prlnuvlllc
was a vlultor In Iluud Ins) nlKht,
llano Zimmerman Ih spending thu
ilayin.liiidrom his homo at Cres
W. P. Kurtaln, of Tucomn, ban ar
rived In Ilund to tako a poult Ion with
Tlio Iltillotln an llnotypo operator,
Major H. K. Clyno, V. H. army, In
chargo of recruiting work, arrived In
Ilond lust night from bin hoadauur
tuM nt Thn Dalles.
John McLano, for thu pant tbrco
yearn butter mnkor at tlio Central
Oregon Farmers' Creamury In thin
city, will lenvo thu II rut of April for
C. 10, Ktront, of Criiscont, In spend
liiK thn day In Ilond,
W, 0, Hontng, of Hurnmor Lnlcn,
In truiiHfictlng btiMnnwi In' tlio city
A flovon pound daui;htor wan born
hint Jilfilit to Mr, and Mm. H, O,
M, I), i'owitll of I'rlnovlllo ur-
rlvud In Ilund IuhL iillit and In ro-
inn I n I n k uvor today.
County CommlRHlonor C, II. Mil
lor wax In Ilond from Hodmnml ym
torday on oftlclnl IhimIiiohs,
Paul C. aurrlKon, formorly of
Ileud, and II. V. JoluiHon, both of
I'rlnovlllo, nro btmlnouH vlltorH In
thn ujty today,
Thu IiiiIIoh' oIiihh at Iho gymna
sium will moot Monday and Thurn
duy ovoiilnitH for thu rumulndor of
Miirrji Inntoad of on Tucmlnyg and
If. K, Wlcknor, coimtrucllon one
Incur In clmrno of Ouknr Hubcr'ii
rrtad project contracta In Cojitrnl
Oregon, plaiiH to roturn noxl wook.
Mm, Wlcknor will accompany him.
Normin, Htiidontn ut O. A C , nro Kuattlu whero bo lnton,d to locatu.
C. h. Morgan wan In from bin homo
at Croicc,nt today.
Mr, and Mm, If, J. Ovorlurf ro
t ti mod to Ilond thin mornlm: from a
tbrro day trip to Portland,
Mr, and Mm, It. A, Know loft todjy
for CroHcent, whoro Mr. Hnow Is
rntiRcr on tlio Ddnchutc-s national
Tlio youtiR ladles blbla class of tlio
PreNbytorlau church will bold a food
sitlo In thu O'Donnell bnlldliiK Sat
urday, Mnrch 20.
Tlio Mplscopal chtirch choir moots
for rohoiirsiil overy Friday cvonliiK
from 7 until S o'clock at Miss Oono
vlovo Wukii''m homo, GOG Congress
Otbmcr H. Wood and Miss Klslo
nitclRoorgo, both of thin city, woro
miirrlod ' yenlei'dH, afternoon by
County judfto fyiwynr itjufs officotf In
jllio court hoilHo, Mr, and Mm. Wood
will in u ka tholr Jiomo In Hond,
(Jcorgo Tonkll U, H, game, warden,
In lidro from Poudleton' nnd will
Hpeud n faw days In this vicinity. Mr.
Tonkin was formorly district gnmo
wnrdon for tlio ntnla, and conducted
an acllvo campaign agnlnst cumo lnw
violators' In Contrnl Oregon last year.
II, F. Wlcknor, construction ong
Inoor for Oskar HUber, road con
tractor', arrived In DoikI this morning
und Will1 spend suvcral days In tlio
vlclnllybf Ilend going over road
Clmrlcs Parloy, of Lakavlew, wna a
btifljuepsrVlsltor In tlio city today.
August A, Anderoon leaves tomor
row night on a business trip to Port
land, J. C. Houston, of Roberts, arrived
In P.ond?nst night and Is remaining
John K. Latourotto, of Portland,
arrived In Ilond this morning to Join
his law partner, Harrison Allen.
Loon Clifford Adult, of Portland,
was heo yestorduy evening an a
guest of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Man
Ion. Fon 8. Walto, of Portland, former
ly of this city, was In IJend Joday on
his roturn from a trip to Hums. Ho
will probably remain In liend for tlio
noxt two days.
Mrs. Kulph A. Know arrived In
Dend yosterday from Seattle to Join
her husband. They will soon Icavo
for Crescent, whoro Mr. Snow Is
ranger on tlio Deschutes National
William Itclnhart and Victor An
derson, of Ashland arrived In Ucnd
this week and aro making arrange
ments for the. opening of n modern
bakery. Mr, Itclnhart was formorly
located In liend In tlio bakery busi
ness, IJotli men aro experienced
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Hom 4 KvriittltMMri
Now is an unusually desirable time for women to visit this store and to make
purchuscs for Eitstcr. Preparations for this occasion arc admirably complete. The Merchandise The Service
The Store itself is a reflection of the spirit of the season.
An Excellent Showing of
Spring Coats S
A large shipment, just in, places our Coat Section in a most
favorable position to offer, for your choosing, a most compre
hensive selection of fabrics and styles..
forced and 'basket cloth Coats long or short styles, $19.75,
Serge Coats a popular line, $22.50, $27.50, $29.75.
.Polo clofiftAngora cloth, Tinseltone, Velour, etc, Jong and short
'f. , i. .ii. im:j -ii l-ir S11, V,A60K (f COQ K(
StyJOS some 1UU Sim lineu uuiera uuu auu iiuuu,v..u", yv.vv,
$32.50, $33.50, $37.50, $42.50, $45.00, $55.00, $59,00, $65.00.
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T tytmt -PA' C C
Your Easter Clothing is Her.e!.
Do assured, when you buy Kuppenhelmer Clothes, you buy
dignity, character, stylo, quality. There's an uncqualed mark of
distinction In every ult.
Twill soon bo tlmo "for Summor Underwear.. You'll find no
better anywhere than Munslng Wear.
Then, too, 'there's your Easter Shirts In tho newest designs.
See our beautiful SILK HHIItTS. '
The mot select Xockwcar I ntho City at'
Quality Pioneers Since 1911
bakers, They are, now looking for
Tho members and friends of the
Whatsoever club of tho M E church
wero entertained by Mm. E. D. Gllson
and Mrs. E. bt Coyner at the, homo
of Mm. OUson Wednesday nlbgt,
March 17th. Tho meeting was called
to order by tho President, Mm. Nls
woneer and after a short business
session, the rest of the, evening was
given to guessing contests, music
nnit 1-afronhmnnta u-flrfl annroDrtatO
lo the. occasion. Upon tho arrival of
tho guests, each was given an Irish
name nnd throughout tho entire eve
ning an enjoyable tlmo was' had by
Your Easter Hat Need Not Be
Expensive But Must Be Smart.
Tho Hat that arousos admiration Is a Joy
to ovory boholder, as well as to tho owner.
How critical, then, ono should bo In tho
mattor of selocllon. Hero In gathered on
uuthoutlc display, broad In scope and boau
tlful In variety. Htun-
nltiK HatH for young
women tho miss tho
matron. Kor all theso
this storo Is tho Ideal
place for noloctlon. Hats
rniiKo In price fU.75 on
up to 90.OO.
I " d a'iM'feay ' it
L. a - 7'rt Ui " fill w 'rtfrS rf.'i.BLl . .
Kor Kastor wo aro showing an especially
attractlvo stock of Ladles' Mouses good
looklug, scrvlccnblo gurments. ,
Georgette Blouses a full assort
ment of styles and colors long
and short sleeves, $4.95, $5.95
$6.95, $8.45, up to $17.50.
Crepe do Chine Blouses, $-1.45,
Pongee Blouses made with the
convertible collar, $5.95, $6.95.
The Spring Silks Aire More
' Beautiful Than Ever
Bend'B 8111c Storo is ready to sonro you. Hero you will find
tho wanted fabric In tho wanted shades.
Pussywillow Crcpo do Chlno (plain and fancy)
' Fan-tn-sl GeorKetto (plain tnft fancy)
Counter JJrocado Bntlu Khaki Kool Bntlu do I.uxo
IhichcNH Satin lh-lntcil Itndluin Natural PoiiRre
Foulnrtli Shlrtinji Silks Fancy Plnlda anil Stripe
Wash Satins Taffeta Ilriignllno Ie.sallno Poplin
Jap Silks Lliilnj; Satins
When It's Silks, Coats, Hats or Blouses, We Strive to Please.
j ;. The Warner Company I , . I
ffl M. Quality MerltmnJlse at , Popular' Plica g
Spoclal Stock Holders Meeting, at
Arnold school house, S p. m. Satur
day. Morch 27. 1920. To amond
tho by laws in regard to entire con
trol over tho measurement and dis
tribution ot water. Also as to the
using ot water by thoso In nrreara
und the salo, of their wnter or carry
PINE FOKEST IRItlGATlON CO
T, E. TROTTER, Pres.
BtaU ot Ohio, City ot Tolodo, Lucu
County . , . . . .
Frank J. Chanty tn&ke oth that ho 1
senior tirtnr of tha firm of F. J. Chenty
Co., dolnr bualnea In tha City of To
ss -V. UVIIil WMH. .(- ... ..l ... w w
ledo. County and Btate fora. nd that
au nrm win pay ma sum ei una. uun
DRKD DOLLARS for oay caa ot Catarrh
that cannot be cured fay tha UM ot
Swora to before and upacrK)i in
say preirnea, this Ah day of D9ibr.
A. Ql UM.
(Baal) A. W. GIao Notary Pubtle.
HALL'S CATARRH MKDICINK la- tik-,
an taUrsaHy and acta throuah tha UtooX
en th Mucous Surfticaa of tha INrttam.
Orucxtits, He. TcillraenlaU traa...
F. J. Caaaay A Co., Telade. Ohio.
Want to bay hay, uso UulleUa chu
ffflcd ads. ' ' "- .
"O miles to tho Kallon of gasoline Moans economy of oper
ation with maximum ot power.
12,r00 mile to tho wt of tirw Means groator economy
in operation, light weight, flexibility, easo ot operation
and comfort In riding.
no per cent slower yearly doproclntlou Means higher resalo
value, prpnon construction, highest quality ot matorlala,
lowor upkeup and repair bills aud greater comfort and
satisfaction to the owner.
FRANKLIN MOTOR CAR. CO.
THE DALLES, OREGON